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IjLju EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1911.
YOUTH WHO NEVER
OR fl'fiV SSUI.EbtN
sLL BIS SHORT LIFE.
LEARNED TQ SMILE !
ENDS UNHAPPY UFEj
Melancholy Since Babyhood '
and for No Apparent
ALL DIVERSIONS FAILED.
Parents Tried to Enliven Him
but He Seemed Proud of
A M'.tln knot of mournw hiid
4141 about a Wtr In the hnus. at No
U Caly.r strssl. rirooklyn, ( l
grasping for "The Boy Who N.ver
Laarnsd u Smile." The body that lay
to h coffin waa that of slstern-yrar-aid
Ixnila Tarantlno, tha pallid, unhappy-looking
youth who, overcome by
what ha deemeg tha absolute futility
of .listener, ahot himself to death In
central Park yssterosy.
Louis Tsrantlno waa a boy wl:n, aa
tha world goes, had everything to lira
Bar. Ha bad youth, health, a comfort
able home and waa seemingly deeply
sorlel In hit work. Ha worked In
tke barber ahop of hla father, Insist
ing on remaining on duly qonstsntly
from the time the ahop opened for bual
naaa In the morning until the laat cus
tomer departed at night. Tat tie waa
Hot once In yeara waa he seen ami I
Mat and he eaianed ever vigilant to re
strain any esnreaalon that mlgM viva
another the Chough t that for a moment
tjouls Tarantlno thought It a pretty
fair old world attar all. One, a few
weeki ago. tha anlioa of a baby
ferothex. Lunten, couldn't eaoap Louis
aa. at laat. thought the family, tha
Stood y hoy waa going tat am tie. The
flicker of a grin appeaxad about hla
Itpa, imt It quickly dlaappaared, and
Louis, displaying the moat Intenae mor
tification, hurried from tha houee,
UNHAPPY PROM BABYHOOD, HE
NIVIR LEARNED TO LAUOH.
"It aa aa we feared," aald (he ooy'a
(talker aadly aa he eased on tha aim
features of hla aon In the cowifortable
Ittle home in Calyer atreet to-day.
"Prom babyhood Loula waa unhappy.
Ha never played with other children,
at always remained by hlmeetf. given
aa tot of fire ha s.amad to have some,,
taint on hla mind, flueh a aerloua as
Teaalon In a mere Infant waa amusing
Id tha reet of tha fanllv. hut aa the
fears want on and hla aat dlepoaltion
it shaerlesanass deapaaed we became
orrled. VTe queaUoned him and uitd
la tain hla confidence. Ha had but one
ready to oar advance. Ha would algh
wearily, eav 'It ta nothing.' and off
. "We came to thla country eight year
Ma. Pour yearn later my wife and the
taMran returned to Italy for a trial t
lasting two yeara We thought the
tange aould make Usui more chocr
fut Jnatead, It aremed to make him
only more gloomy. Two yeara ago I
tea hta In the ahop wtta ana. He br
name a good barber, but atttl he nere.
learned to laugh. Ha liked hla work
and frequently etayed on duly from 7
In tha morning until &a lata aa 9 o'clock
"Whan tMnga were alow In the ahop
ha would alt by tha hour pretending to
rand, hut hla eyas never aaw the paper.
Constantly I tried to cheer ham. We
tried he theatre, varloua a porting
evanta. ex urslons. but all to no pui
poee. Oonatantly, too. I triad to draw
)ikj aaoret from him. Hla one reply waa
"LAST TIME YOU'LL OHINE MY
HOI B,M He TOLD BOOTBLACK,
"lie never complained of not feeling
wall, but he had a rather sickly pallor,
ahinday I noticed that he waa paler
than usual. Ha left the houae, some
thing unusual, and I became alarmed.
Ia did not return that night and yas
trarday w received word ha had killed
hlmeekf. The pistol he used waa a
uaeap one, new. Ha muet have bought
. Ht Manhattan.
"He left no word, out when Tony,
our porter, ehlned Mi ahoea Sunday,
tha boy gave him a big tip aaylng, 'I
ran be generoua thla time because It
la the laat time you will shine my
ahoea.' Tony thought It waa nothing
mora than a Joke."
The elder Tarantlno said he waa
aura that Loino. who waa Just put
abrteen, had had no love affair. He
wa never even friendly with any girl,
a fact was Inclined to woman-hating.
H waa alwaya wall suppled with
money, often giving hla aurplua to hla
rortfisr. with the weary remark that
i hare waa nothing lie needed It for.
REPORT OF DEATH
OF 1 CARROLL
"Brooklyn Jimmy" Turns His
"Wake" Into a Scene of
BOOM FOR THE BARS.
One Time Champion Fighter
Hurt, but Not "Killed
Dead" by a Fall.
ATTACK ON FRANCE
War Party Would Crush Rus
sia's Ally Unless Mobiliza
tion Is Halted.
LONDON, Dec. 10 The war fever In
Austria la rapidly approaching a crisis
The alttiatlon la conaldered mora dis
quieting than at any time since the
danger arose In the Balkan States' con
flict with Turkey. The war party In
Vienna I so Inflamed Its newapapera
are demanding that unleaa Kuaala
ceaaea to moblllie the Pnwera of the
Triple Alliance ahould fall upon Prance
and crush her before France and Kua
ala can co-operata.
The new Auabian War Minister haa
not yet been announced. The resigna
tions of War Minister Auffenberg and
Chief of Staff "chemua are being cele
brated by the war party as Victoria.
Hen Schemua la aucceeded by Oen. Von
Hotsndorf, a strenuous champion of a
mighty Austria, who waa formerly Chief
of Staff and waa ousted by the late
Count Von Aehrenthal, with whoae
peaceful policy he waa In conflict
Austria haa taken two step which are
regarded aa preparations for war. She
ha concentrated her entire fleet at
Pole, her chief naval atatlon. and haa
negotiated a loan of U0.00a.M0 In gold.
Half thla loan (Mt.OOO.OOO) haa been ob
tained through Kuhn, Loeb A Co. and
tha National City Hank of New York.
Thla I the flrat time Austria haa bor
rowed money In the United Btatea, and
ahe haa put the loan In denomination
of dollar for the firet time. The bonda
carry 14 per .cent Interest, are Issued
at 97 and are redeemable In eighteen
months or two years at par. The price
the New York bankers paid Is not
known. The rest of the loan was laaued
through the Hungarian Credit Hank, In
Austria and Hungary.
ARREST TRIO ON RAMPAGE.
Three barged With Trying
Farts War Into Apartment.
Joseph CUentl, aMegod to be a da
aerter from tha batranrhrp Michigan;
James Smith of No. 2tf Went Thlrty
alxl'h atreet and Charles Kerner of No.
690 West Thirty -ninth atreet wane ar
es ted arly this morning In a hallway of
ha building at No. 411 Wet Virty-fourth
atreet by Hergt. Hod. I of the West
Forty-aeventh street station. According
to th complaint of Jonhort Won maker,
an employe.- of the Hotel Knickerbocker,
who lives ut the West Forty-fourth
street eldroaa, the three men had tried
to force an entrance to hla apartment
at the point of a revolver.
11entt. who had a heavy revolver In
hla poaaeaalon, waa locked up on the
charge of violating the Hullvan law; the
other two were held aa suspicious persons.
"After careful thought T have res-hed
th conclusion that r am not dead. Toil
mar quote me to that effect."
Thla wa the reply of ithe one-time
champion welterweight, "Brooklyn Jlin
y" Carroll, to-day whan naked what he
had to aay about th report that he had
crossed the Dreait Divide. (No, "Brook
lyn Jimmy" I not dead and he haa no
Intention of taking the count yet awhll.
but In tha meantime, however, the fatso
report of hla demise mused hooni days
la Bheepehead Bay that made the old
timer there think that racing had come
Into It own again.
Thla la how It all happened: A few
day ago "Brooklyn Jimmy" decided to
mate a call on hla old friend Joe Burhr.
"f No. o Dooley atreet, flheepshead
Hay. Oolng down on th elevated hf
suffered a fall and waa badly shaken
up. IVm removal to th home of hla
'-lend It waa found that hla condition
waa not particularly erloua, but It was
thought best for him to remain quietly
at th" Burke home.
MIMED FROM Hit OLD HAUNTS
When the former puglUst failed to
appear at any of hla Manhattan haunta
word filtered through the Tenderloin
that "Brooklyn Jimmy" waa no more.
He had raaohed the estreme age of
forty-six years, ao the report waa not
questioned. Immediately there waa an
eaodua of Manhattan aportlng man In
tern on "waking" their departed friend.
Singly, by twos, threes and fours they
Journeyed to the Bay. many for the
first time sines the curtain rang down
on the pontes two years ago. In the
van was Jimmy Waltely. Close behind
him came .lank MoAullffe, lightweight
champion about the time Carrcll held
the welterweight title and long a cloec
buddy of "Brooklyn Jimmy." Former
Sheriff Tom Foley was among tha early
anivala, as was Bill Cleary, Jack
Bheedy. Eddie White, Jimmy Keller and
many other figure of th (Porting
world. Billy and Mike Ryan arrived
and brother John cried because be wss
sick and couldn't go too.
All wore funereal expressions, many
regulation funeral clothe and om
their floral tributes with them, not
wishing to chance loss In transit by any
other means. They crowded the tiny
parlor of the Uurke home until II
actually became necessary to call In an
undertaker- to provide camp stools for
ths throng of mournsrs. They sat In a
death-like stillness that was only broken
by fragmentary comments on the va
rious good qualities of thslr departed
friend. Then all of a sudden "Brooklyn
Jimmy," learning that his wak waa
In progress downadalr. brok It all up
by sending down word that he would
not be able to All the role of corpse, a
he had not yet mastered th part.
Jama Dillon, tha old-time trainer,
dashed to th bedside of his friend
nnd when lie MM t: at "Bl ol(!) n
Jlmmi" !! Indf l i Ive he lust rial- I
ut. illy cried and lt ll g nt :hnt.
TELEGRAMS FROM ALL OVER !
THE COUNTRY RECEIVED. j
Meantlma from til parts ,r the coun
try leltflrami wnta pouring In A com-
mlltee gg ,i;iiolnted fi rply to all'
these) rgprvaa a of eympath and In j
form the ngf1 that ' the report of
Mr, Carroll' I death lM greatly exag-
geiated," and nheri this was llnlshe.l ,
there was adjournment to varlout I
Sheepnhead Ilay establish metrtl wnere f
iliy giH.Us Is no; the . o.nmodltv th.it !" .
for sale. The litir! .wlrrs of the Oaborn
Hons... Frank No-t.and's, ;iark' and I
DpOlsy'l repot ! that "the huslneaa done i
while the Carroll mourners were at fie I
Bay RMldg them think they were bagft
In the raelng days.
Before the mournera were back In the
city they nil heard "Kroiklyn Jimmy"
tell nbout Johnny Stack. Jimmy had it
all figured mil that he had been picked
AS Stack's lOglaa! successor. It irems
that yeara ngo in t'oney Island there
lived an old character, Johnny Kt' k,
who hart bggfl a fighter and who waa
well known among the sporting m"n of
the city. Il used to sj.end his time
sunning Mmielf on the poch of Mur-rav'-i
Hotel. Kvery llrtle while the re
port would go forth that old Johnny
Stack hart cashed In. The fraternity
would k 10 the Island en msaae, learn
It was all n hoax and eelehraite with a
monster chowder. Kventually fltack did
die and aa the hunch In New York
learned of It a Mgger crowd thtin ever
Hocked to the .stand. The hntela and
bars dirt sue h a liuslnesa that It was
nleven days hefore they would hear of
the old fellow being burled. '"Brooklyn
Jlrrvmy" wondora If some one haa been
Irving lo make him the official Johnny
s .i- k of Sheepshend Bar.
SISTER FINDS YOUTH DEAD
BY OAS IN HARLEM HOME.
Pulmottr Fails to Revive Him,
Thotiqh It Is Ued for
Miss Agnes D'Apcy waa awakened In
her home on tho ground floor of No.
M Kaet "ne Il'Jfldrerl and Fourteenth
street enrlv to-dav bv a smell of ras
She found lying hcalde the range In the
kitchen her hroUier Vincent, twenty
three yeara old, unconscious snd with
a rubber tube In hla mouth. She aroused
her parents and Policeman Wltiman waa
culled from the street. lis telephoned
for an ambulance and then attempted to
make young D'Aroy breathe by moving
I Dr. O'lirlen came with an ambulance
! from Harlem Hospital, but could not
restore D'Arcy to consciousness snd
; Fsthnr Flood, pastor of th Church of
I the Holy Rosary, administered th last
i Dr. O'Brien sent to the gas company
at One Hundred and Eleventh street
and First uvenu for a pulmoter and
for two hours worked without avsll
over D'Arcy. Until two weeks sgo ths
youth wss a mechanic for one of th
Taction companies. He seemed deapond-
nt on account of being out of work,
his family told the police. That none
of hi relatives might suffer by gsa,
lie opened windows In the rooms where
I they were steeping and ahut himself
In the kitchen. .
Tatrlrk llnan't Written to nia.
ALBANY. Iiec. Ifl.-Althnegh scores of
lettere concerning the pardon of Albert
T. Patrick have been received by Oov.
IHx, not a word has reached the Kxm-u-ilv
Chamber from Iatilck himself. Tiia
Governor raid to-day he rtkl not expect Ing friends In Hlghbrldge laat night and
to near rrom the man be set free. he was alone in tne nouse.
Psaad Father Aephjrxtated.
Charles Oreen Jr. of No. 00 West
Flfty-eecond strsst found his father
dead from gas ssphyxlatlon when he re
turned to hla home early this morning.
He wss slxty-flve yeara old and a sta
tionary engineer, but had been out of
work and despondent, tills wife was vlsrtt
Now rvady in our stores, in largest
variety, all the fine Holiday packings
from the most excellent tobacco of
this year's crop. We are largest im
porters from Cuba, and cigars we
sell are the choicest products of the
Independent Factories of Havana.
The Famous Hoyo de Monterrey
FERNANDEZ (iARCIA POR LARRANAGA
ROMEO Y JULIETA
EL REY DEL MUNDO
Regular Sizes and Holiday Specials.
Your Early Personal Selection Invited.
PARK & TILFORD
5th Ave. & 26th St and Eight Branch Stores.
lO & IS WEST STREET, N.Y.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Necessitate, pi OQ1MP fM TT Entirc
Immanrli.ft MIKjAk 1 V- V Vs el Crt-r
MAN AND WIFE DIE SKATING.
redse Thro. ah Mwgl le at Wight
While llaelealag Ha.
HI liHoN Wis., Iec. 10,-The bodies
if A. U Ttleolh snd his wife, who Isft
hsr Wtr Hunday night for their home
A Lakeland and were to crags tli It.
tjroix River on ekate. were found Ule
lat night by searchers who had ooverod
tk river for many miles up and down
osrenm. They were m the -hannel of
tag river and the woman's body wss
laaperi In her huslutml's arms. A alrsnd
sf the woman's hair froxen to the Ice
leapt the bodUa fiutn being lost.
Mr and lira. Tllseth akated to tlvid
snn Hunday night to visit Mrs. Tllsotlr'a
lahrents. They left litrre for honir about
ejo'ctock. When they failed to reach
Lakeland the next morning, a sa-ai-ch-lf
party was organized. Mr. Tllseth
mU passenger agent for the Ml. Caul
sWtroid ut LskeJmtl.
Caalra la Paris f
fARIH, Dec. 10. riprlano Caslro. the
tsgfisi 1 dictator of Vsnexusls, Is to
mgntlng a new revolution In hla native
kipd. tha Temp aaya. and has arrived
Mrg, but Is la hiding.
Welcome Chrigtmgg Present
This Piano only $116.50. Order
this piano tleliveroil to your
home only a small sum down
New 88 Player-Pianos $265 up
86-Note Player-Pianoa to Rent
Vie want only 3 minutes' heart-to-heart
talk willi you, to lay a splrmliil proposi
tion before you. VY- can save you money
r-cc ua In tore buyiuR rlscwherr.
Illuttrated Catalogue Frem
OI'KN t il MM. .
THE SCHUBERT PUNO CO.
West SM IL New Ydr
& $20 Megaaline & Lingerie
Odd Coat (Value to $20)
$19.80 Velvet Dresses V
$18.50 Chiffon Evening Dresses
(Made Over Silk)
$20 Serge & Whipcord Dresses . .
$30 Fur Trimmed Dresses
$45 Charmeuse & Meteor Evening
$20 Fancy Velvet Dresses
$25 Charmeuse Dresses j-
$25 Brocaded Dresses )
$25 Satin Lined Scarf Coats
$30 Eponge & Velvet Dresses
$20 Chinchilla Coats (Velvet
$50 Charmeuse Dresses
$29.50 Broadcloth Coats
$100 Imported Costumes
$29.50 Plaid Back Coats, black
$45 Silver Fox Plush Coats
$2.00 & $2.50 Odd Waists
$4 Lace Trimmed Waists
$S Chiffon & Mesgaline Waists
$9 Brocade, Charmeuse, Crepe
da China Chiffon Waists
$30 Natural Raccoon Sets 1 2.50
XXX Russian Pony Skin Coats
(Full Length) 28.75
Hudson Dyed Seal Coats (Full
Length, Richly Trimmed) 48.75
Russian Pony Coats (Raccoon A
Civet Trimmed 51.50
Persian Lamb Coats (Full
Caracul Coats (Solid Skins), Full
$200 French Mole Coats 97.50
$50 Alaska Sable Sets (Skunk).. 23.50
$50 Pointed Fox Sets (Sitka)... 24.50
$50 French Mole Sets 1 9.75
$40 Black or Red Fox Sets 1 8.50
$30 White Fox Sats (Iceland).. 9.75
$125 Cross Fox Sets 50.00
Civet Cat Sets 27.50, 35. 0
Eastern Mink Sets .... 67.50, 97.50
$25 & $30 Custom Tailored Suits 750
$30 Custom Tailored Suits 9.75
$35 Wide Wale Chevron Suits. 12.50
$35 & $40 Trimmed Suits 15.00
$45 Fancy Trimmed Suits 20.00
$50 Fancy Trimmed Suits 2950
$85 Fur Trimmed Velvet Suits ... 4 5.00
$4 Taffeta Mescaline Petticoats 1.50
Baby's Ring Gives Point to a
Christmas Jewelry Lesson
All rtie Christmas Jfwelry to which we call at
tention to-day is interesting, and ncrthing more so
than the haby ring, which, as you see, wc sell at
trifling prices. But they are made with the same
care that is put into all Lambert jewelry. Encircling
dimpled fingers, these baby rings, by their beauty an.)
fine workmanship, sustain a reputation that was well
established before the mothers of the pre?cnt-nay
babies were born.
If we take all this trouble to make baby rings
perfect, need baby's relatives hesi'ate to come to
Lambert's for ALL THEIR CHRISTMAS JEWELRY.
Diamond J welry, Solid Old Jewelry, Guaranteed
Watches from the foremost manufacturers in America
and Silverware in a thousand artistic form5.
They don't hesitate. They know that for buvinsr the best, Guaranteed Diamond and
Gold Jewelry at Rock bottom prices, there is only one Lamberts.
We import direct and mount all our diamonds. We buy them in quantities ror spot rain.
We handle only diamonds of fine quality. We guarantee whatever we say about tnem.
tu mi v m
flollil I -M
itjlld's rial. Mt
with gsriMl ssd
Fancy Stone Rings Two Stone and
1 hree stone
The rings shown
above are hand made,
of tolkt 14-karat
gold. Fifth and
eighth cuts shown
above have 3 fine
small diamonds Im
bedded oo each side.
-"' . T . art rBV . Ts-fc E5-3sfeJ. I 1 n ft? 4t
rin,a'sst i'ih 6BsPkM. H .i.S'.
"rtM. ui 1 snfd"'
" '''' IfciA "aril ' I u l . i
$1.50 $2.00 kAi,Vhn?oMr
Immense assortment of
children's solid gold rings,
from 75 cents ur- wjth
small diamond. 93.75 no
Kings above are
hami" n ?.de 14
karat g.iM or 18
karat ..old and
Wonderful World of La Vallieres
uHf?nf ,f,.Ct0ry,0' "Uf o" and having placed large orders with other first class factories, we are able to keep up
with the Uiristmas demand for Lsvall eres of solid to d ,i ni,i,. , ': . " .w.. - ni.-tnr, mm nttfttmZ
represent the daintiness, brightness and fanciful originality of tlieSP ornaments. And for equally hit;h class gold and
diamond Jewelry we doubt if such enticing prices ever were offered.
sign, in plat
inum La Val
liere, 12 se
Lambert made plati
num La Vailicre a-d
chain, set with 5 dia
monds and pearl drop,
SoMd gold neck chains 2.50 up
Splendor of Gold Lockets
Other La Vallieres in
iolld gold. 12.50 up
with diamond S10.00
you Mt eves on so manv Christmas Lcckeu anri rk... t rw ,. xr ire exhibitinc to
. , . , , , . , . , - . . u.l.llll. VI JUMU VJV . V. J . . "
acugniea Duyers mu giaa Christmas season. Striped effects in some of them almost give the sense of colors, al
though in fact the only color Is the rich hue of solid gold. We present a few contrast'xe styles to your notice, inviu
Ins ensvlsl -t antl.in sVn m. I aa ..IIJ i J i ...i n .
twmtm sn.icir.iwii iv mis; tow nriCCS. men 3 KNIQ IUTII UOld Witch (hain? ()(ilO UD
Man's solid 14-karat
gold locket, railed
horse head, rose fin
Solid 14-kargt gold
man's locket, t dia
mond, satin finish,
other side plain for
monogram . . . f iso.oo
. . i m gassS . nai a. ' ' i ti
Is -Karat cold
charm, with 2 flashing !n.-krt nnfni snrl h
dlaffonds, th. attari ... k Solid goft! Knights ol
B. P. O. E. raiseti. th. p ace for photographs; , , r,
motto enamelled and v f r. v . Columbus emblem.
the elk's head boldly engine lined; polisned; chlrm, emmeiitd. p0.
carved. Prtosonjy fll.OOUhed f00
Christmas Watches Sure to Please
A Chrlstmss watch be it, by all meanil In an open-face or huntUig-caae of solid
I4.ksrat gold or (guaranteed) gold-filled or sterling silver. Perhaps a prarn polished case
on which we will engrave a monogram without charge; or one engine-turned with a
striking striped effect, or engraved with leaf and blossom!
Work! from the Elgin. Waltham. Hamilton. Longlnai and Howard factories
whose names remove doubts of the reliability, there is any doubt after having talked
with any of the experts at Lamberts, and then those very works are regulated by our own
watchmakers before we will put them on sale.
Ladies' solid 14 - karat
gold, open face, on the
riglit. plain polished case;
Waltham. Elgin or Lam
bert works. 15.00.
Solid 14-karat Gold Hunt
ing Case, engine turned,
girlng striped effect; Wal
tham, Elgin or Lambc-t
works. $16.50; engraved
case, $18.00. j
Plain polished solid 14
karat Gold Hunting Case,
...i,;,.u w. .nffrsve snv
- on niii.il " -- j
Engine turned, open face, Sterling inonogram as shown in
Silver Watch, for a man; fine full picture without charge;
Jewelled; Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton Waltham, Elgin or Lam-
or Lambert works. $17.60. bert works, aasj
Richly engraven, solid
karat Gold Hunting Cass
Watch; Waltham, Elgin or
Lambert works, 820.00
Solid M-linri.. Hold, rlchlg
ensrav...d huntflu ..is- l
rin diamond; IValtham.
i'i'1.1' Jr U,nert orlm,
917.60. 1'lnlri nn'l-lii'd
ase. with llamonil, sasoe
Chains to Guard Christmas Watches
Sneaking of watches narurallv sugges chains, of which Lamberts furnish a wide range of style, having in mind that
esPand ftrSes my Xse chVns". olid gold, wh goW soldered links. Others of equally fas,,,onablc sty
tastes ana purses vary, innc cii.u" - , ; , au on ...
from $.00 up. Men's solid 14-karat gold vest chains, $9 00 H
Solid Gold Watch Chain, curb links, I Globe Link. Solid Gold Watch Chain. I L'a !r...KW,h..PnCIIfc
1 .inn, iiicu Mur, srt W
plain oval suae, I diamond, goo w, j fancy oval slide, wltn 4 pearls, auo.uu smuu.
'it'i l pearl.
All solitaire diamond rings
exchangeable at full pur
chase price at any time
within a year of buying.
Wedding, rings, seamless
solid gold, every shape and
style. Pictures and ring
size card mailed free.
Christmas catalog of 64
pages with photographic
pictures mailed free to any
address on request.
THIRD AVENUE, Cor. 58th Street
ear an ansa
sat ana xt sut, sac. is. oo wom wm nn on by tthois,
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