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IVSNIKjfr WORLD, TUIIDAY, JULY 13, 1315.
COURT OF APPEALS
HENS FINAL PLEA
FOR BECKER'S LIFE
Base Appeal on Lawyer's As
sertion That Condemned
, Man Was "Framed-Up."
CAN TAKE NO ACTION.
Only Thing Judge Can Do Is
t to Lay Facts Before the
Vtterneys Cor Charles Boker are
Mldnr a last effort to-day to fet the
Oeurt of Appeal to take judlolal no-
tie of the statement of Attorney
Harford T. Marshall that "Brldcis'
Webber told Mm that he, Jack Rote
and Harry Vallon had "framed up"
Becker to eave themaelvei. The
Judge are In session at Albany pre
llmlnary to closing for the aummer
vacations, and Martin T. Manton left
for Albany early to-day to make an
effort to have the Court consider Mar
Mr. Marshall submitted the state
ment, by personal messenger to Chief
Judge Bartlctt. Ho received a reply
yesterday, the nature of which ho re
fuad to divulge, but he turned It over
to Mr. Manton to use as he saw (It.
It la not known whether Judgo Bart
lett suggested the presentation of the
statement to the entire Court, but It Is
believed that Is the action decided on
by Becker's lawyers.
If Mr. Manton succeeds In getting
a hearing on the statement It will bo
a very unusual proceeding. The pur
pose for which the session was called
fraa solely to hand down decisions,
but by a personal appeal It Is hoped
the Judges may be Induced to take
cognizance of the statement. It Is
said tho only thing they con do, even
If they decldo to consider the matter,
la to call It to tho attention of Gov.
Whitman with a recommendation as
' what action might be taken bo
. nse of It '
'Mr. Manton was to have visited
Becker with W. Bourko Cockran to
day, but this plan was changed at
tho Inst moment. A conference was
arranged, however, between Becker
and Mr. Cockran. If there,, was any
likelihood of action by the Court of
Appeals It was planned to have Mr.
2 , FOUNDED 1826 4itl OKEELEY 1900 5
Lord & 1 ay lor
EveJ-y UNTRIMMED HAT
Formerly $3.00 to $4.95
Must Go At
MILAN HEMP, LISERE, PLAIN HEMP
Hundreds of Smart Hats, the majority
in black, although there are white, burnt
and colored straws in the collection.
Sailors Tricornes Turbans
and. other leading shapes in" the braids
most in favor this season,
Commencing Wednesday and Continuing Throughout tho Week
Ground Floor Tables
and in the Department Fourth low,
Cockram proceed to ATkaiy after
Ir1ar Becker at 81 ng Ulttg.
la Beokar's talk with Mr. Cockran
to-day he la amid to be planning an
appeal to the public, 'baaed on a
frank statement of all ha knows of
the Rosenthal murder. He will as
sert his Innocence and endeavor to
point out the motive othera would
have for slaying Rosenthal. When
this statement taoa been placed be
fore the publlo there la expected to
follow an attack on the conduct of
the prosecution and on the character
and testimony- of the witnesses
Further appeals to United Btatea
Supreme Court Justices or to other
Federal Judges aro not expected, as
Becker's counsel believe the decision
of Justice Hughes leaves them no
hope of Federal Interference, A con
ference was held on the advisability
of applying for a writ of habeas cor
pus from a Federal Judge and It Is
likely this line of action wilt bo aban
doned. CITY EMPLOYEE ENDS
HIS LIFE WITH RAZOR
Inspector of Masonry Found in
Bathroom of His Harlem
Robert X Dougherty, forty years
old, an Inspector of masonry In the
Department of Publlo Works, was
found dying with his throat and left
wrist cut in the bathroom of his homo
at No. lit West One Hundred and
Twenty-sixth Street at 6 A. M. to-day.
A razor was on the floor. Ho died a
short time after being token to Uie
For the past eight weeks Dougherty
had boarded with Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Murphy at the West One
Hundred and Twenty-sixth Street ad
dress, and no one about tho nlaee had
noticed that he appeared worried or
despondent. lie left no note explain
ing his act. He Is believed to havo
relatives In New Brunswick, N. J.
ASKS $10,000 DAMAGES.
Declares Phone Company' "Climb
Ins; Blocks" Lured Child to Death.
Samuel J. Kelly to-day filed In the
Bronx County Court a $10,000 suit
against the New Tork Telephone Com
pany. alleging tho company was guilty
of neslleence by liavlnr llnrmn'
climbing blocks on a pole down to
within two feet of the sidewalk, which
blocks served "as an enticement and
allure" that caused children to climb
Itobert F. Kellr. his ten-venr-old inn.
was playing In front nf No. SOS Jack
son Avenue, mo uronx. on Oct. 7 last
tua mite oroiner oexan 10 cnniD a
pole, and llobert went after him to pull
mm aown. iiouen cnuicni nis oroiner a
ankle somo ten (eet above the sidewalk,
lost the balance and foil, dying two days
Germany Approve of C. fl. Belanro
of Sarvllle Plant.
WASHING-TON, July 13. Taking
over or tne rsayvme wireless station
by the United States has met with
the satisfaction of Germany and no
complaint will be lodged with the
State Department, It was learned to
day through German Embassy offi
cials. FIFTH AVENUE
9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Closed
rtaj' 1 iT't.Viajjivl.U.1 .'itfu 1' 1 k .
low to Keei
To-Day'. Illustrated Les
ion Prescribes Proper
Summer Wearing Ap
parel and Gives Leg
Which Replace Fat With
Muscle and Give 'Poise. '
Because of her perfect physical
proportion, Pauline Furlong has
Been named the "American
Yenus." Bhe Is the author of
"Beauty Culture at Home," and Is
on authority on all questions
of woman's physical toelUbclng.
Bhe will give a course of lesions
to the women readers of The Eve
ning World this summer on "Uoio
to Hake Yourself Well and Strong
and Preserve Your Figure."
By Pauline Furlong.
What reforms, if any. should you
mako In your wardrobe while you
ore fighting tho battle (or health and
a perfect flguro?
The unhygienic dress of tho mod
ern woman, is a point upon which
the malo physician and physical cut
turo expert always lay great stress.
Tbey affirm that tho loss of tho prim
itive health and strength of tho sav
ago woman is largely duo to civilized
THE ONLY TRUE BEAUTY 18
THAT OF RADIANT HEALTH.
I um tho last ono to deny that
women havo often sacrificed their
hculth on tho altar of fashion and
beauty (so called). There can, of
course, be no true beauty that Is not
based on radiant health. Unques
tionably there are still silly women
who torture their defenseless bodies
and risk Invalidism or oven death by
wearing clo'thlng that Is too tight.
But I believe that the number of
these women la decreasing and that
any woman to-day can follow the
fashions at least approximately
without Interfering with her physi
cal comfort and well-being.
Consldsr the modes of the mo
ment and see if I am net right.
The skirt of to-day Is essentially
hygienic. It Is so short that It
cannot possibly plek up germs
How to Keep Well, Keep Strong and Keep a Perfect
Figure, Told in a Series of III
VHRY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW!
ola in a Series
and dirt from the sidewalk, to be
carried later Into the home, and
it would seem to be designed es
pecially for rainy weather. Its
wearer la not troubled by the
damp, muddy folds of cloth about
Also the skirt of 1915 Is wide
enough so that a woman may
walk In It, climb stairs, step Into
a street car or automobile, with
no danger of tripping and falling.
The excessively narrow skirt was
undoubtedly responsible for a
certain number of sprained and
Thcro has been a alight effort this
spring to rovlvo tho coraot which
pinches In tho waist, but It Is per
fuctly possible, as. I said tho other
day, to purchase I a model which,
when adjusted, will mako tho wear
er's waist measure exactly what It Is
In a stato of nature.
BEST 8UMMER GARB LIGHT IN
WEIGHT AND COLOR.
Then tako U10 matter of millinery.
To begin with, thero Is great lati
tude in tho various shapes. Never
theless, tho tendency Is all toward'
the small hat, lightly trimmed. Almost I
any doctor will toll you that the
heavy hat. which weighs two or three
pounds, Is bad for tho hair, bad 'for
tho nerves, and a promoter of head
aches. This summer' any woman who
Is careful of her hoalth will havo lit
tlo dltllculty In finding light-weight
millinery, yet many of tlio small hats,
suoh as tho I'auama shapes, havo
sultlclent brim to protect a dellcato
skin from the too dlroct rays of the
As far as tsxtjre and general
construction goes, it seems per
fectly obvious to me that the
clothes women are wearing this
summer reach a higher level of
hygienic excellence than those
worn by men. Think of the suits
most frequently worn by the lat
terof wool or part wool and of
black or some other sombrs huel
It hss been proved that black and
dark blue clothing cause the body
to feel the heat of the tun to a
much greater degree than does
Many men wear both coats and
vests during the summer, as well
as high, stiff linen collars and
hats of heavy straw. Women, on
the contrary, go about in white or j
light colored gowns, of some thin
cotton or linen stuff. No coat is
worn with these costumes, and
they are frequently elbow-sleeved
and collarless. The air Is allowed
free access to the body, nor Is
there interference with the tat
ter's normal evaporation through
Woman's fondness during tho warm
weather for white shoes Is distinctly
hygienic, since whltu absorbs less of
the sun's heat than any othor color.
Hpeaklng of shoes, I supposo I ought
to mention tho quarrel about high
eels. My personal opinion Is that
a moderately high heel Is not un
healthy, provided It bo attached to a
shoe that fits the foot and provided
the wearer knows how to stand prop
erly, bearing the weight on the balls
of the feet and balancing from them.
8UMMER FURS A 80URCE OF
Of courso the white fur fad Is a
silly one, and Is likely to Induce that
dlsagrcoablo ailment, tho 'summer
cold," because tho skin at tho back
of the neck Is made unduly sensi
tive to every vagrant breeze. But
for the moment, at least, I can think
of no other really unhygienic fashion
for women this season.
Therefore. It seems to me that the
stout woman who wants to reduce
need mako very few changes In her
wardrobe. Above all things, how
ever, she should got rid of any ex
tremely tight clothing she may pos
sessany clothing of this sort, not
merely corsets. I am speaking from
an aesthetic as well as a hyglonlo
point of view,
A discovery I have made about
summer underwear may be In
teresting to my women readers.
I fane many of you have sighed
over the fact that you cannot
afford to wear "cool silk" next to
your skin during the hot months.
At a metier or tsci, couon un
derwear Is oooler than silk. The
latter, beeause of Its olose weave
and Its tendency to remain moist
with the body's perspiration, ae
tually makes the wearer hotter,
after a little, than does a ooarser
and oheaper cotton garment.
Which should be a consolation to
these of us whose pocketbooke
are not too well filled,
MORE LEO. SWINGING EXER
CI8ES WHICH MAKE "POISE."
The exercise which I am pre
scribing to you to. day Is not too
easy, although ycu should have
H",', LCfc SWM6IN4 ji''
tssnBBsaaaaaaaaB JsssWssa' I
beon prepared for It, In a degree, by'
tho leg circling cxcrclso of which
1 toltl you during tho first week and
" Tllrr,T ?T !
urn 1 iimo
yesterday. Both theso
movements tended to mako tho hln
Joint pivot more easily.
j? or jcg swinging you wiu need a
straight backed clialr and a smull
footstool. Assumo tho correct stand
ing position, chest forward, shoulders
buck, ubdomcn In, resting ono hand on
Ilia chalrhack und tho othor on the
hip to helD preserve your bnlancn.
Then swing briskly to and fro tho
log furthest away from tho chair,
kouplng the Instep straight and tho
toe pointed downward as In dancliwr.
Tho footstool will mako this lust
1'or.as long as tho movement Is kopt
up the leg should bo swung without
pause. But It Is never wise to carry
on any oxerclso to the point of ex-
naustion, una on tno nrst few days
that you practise tills one vou mnv
swing each teg only a fow times, I',
of course Is necessary to turn around
when you change logs, so that tho nnn
Inaction may bo always furthest from
At tho end of each series of swine
thcro should be two or threo lontrnr
ones higher kicks, so to spenk us
illustrated in pnotograpn no. 2. At
llrst you probably cannot lift your
leg us high as this, but with practice
you should ho nmo to raise It to tho
level of tho top of tho chulr.
When your hlu Joints Iiave becomo
supple and your leg muscles well do-
veiopea ana cnnironeu, tnrust th
chair asldo and take the exorcise with
your hands on your hips. It will
greatly increaso your poise, ana rrom
tho very beginning It will tend to re
duce your hips and tho upper part o(
your legs by substituting musclo far
fat. Breathe deeply and smoothly
during the exorcise. You should with
practice reach the point where you
aro ablo to perform It sixteen times
In succession witn each leg.
Readers of Hit Furlong's ar
ticles who are keeping measure
ment charts or otherwise follow
ing her lessons are Inflfed fo wife
to her, in care of The Evening
World, asking any questions per
tinent to the lessons or requesting
information that will aid them In
following her rules for diet and
Letters from Evening World
Readers Following Mia
K. M. It. asks: Will you 'please
publish the diet for obesity?
Tho diet was printed In The Eve
ning World June 29 and July 3.
M. F. writes: How can I reduce an
obese abdomen without starving my
selfT Follow the diet published and prac
tice tho bending and swaying exer
cises. Always eat u little less than
MRS, C. N. P. asks: Will lemon
and water reduce me?
No liquids will reduce you, so take
' as little as possible The lemon water
Is given to quencn tne tnirst.
MRS. H. W. P. writes: It seems
I can think of nothing to eat that doss
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wmmwjm wiw .1 1 .wtw'- I SsSBB.
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eep a Perfect
not make mo stout. Can you holp
Kat sparingly of the diet given and
yoU wl" BUroly welK,,t-
E. IC. It. nsks: How can I reduce
my leg from the knee to ankle?
Italso on the toes fifty times a day.
;Keop nanus on hips moanwhiie.
MBS. If. niKUL. asks: Will salt
water baths reduce mo? I go In the
ocean every clov
I lutrdly think the cold baths will
take off flesh, but tho excrcles will
B. K. asks: What special exercise
will reduce n very heavy bust and
Apply Turkish towels wrung out of
not water to open tne pores ana men
rub with alcohol gently. liaising the
arniM above tho houd with wand will
ROW IN JERSEY SCHOOL.
Vim I'rralilrnt Itrstajn to Keep
Voir, and Then I.rnrn llr' Wriins,
(Rporlll in Tht Kifnlnf World.)
HACKKNHACK. N. J., July 13. Tho
meeting nf the Hnckensack Board nf
Kducntlon ended abruptly at midnight
HiIh morning, when Vice President
James W. Lovelnnd, who was In ' le
chnlr, resigned that office and refused
to preside further. This was the cul
mination of a series nf resolutions
offered by l'nul I'rntt, Intended to cur
tall tho authority of Br. W. 13. Stark,
supervlalng principal. Mr. I'ratt ex
plained that "Dr. Stark has been asked
to reiflgn, hut refuacs, nnd four of v.s
Intend to hamper his Influenco In every
The vote on all the reaolutlons was
four to three In fiivnr, liecatlau Vice
Trealdent Lovcland did not know ho
cnuld vote und cause a tie. "I realgn
becauao I don't caro to loan my vote
on this Important matter," he re
marked. The rules wero read to him
ufter he left the chair and ho was
further choKrlned. ....
Pr. Htark'a opponents Insist he Is
moro of a statistician than a super
visor. CHINESE GIRL A BRIDE.
Travelled Across Continent
Marry Sryr York C'lilnrun.
The marriage of Ie Chow, twenty
nine, and Ix'e Vok, twenty, was the cul
mination of a Chinese romance begun
over four years KO In Kan Franclaco,
Chnw, who la a merchant at No. 13 Mott
Street, and Uvea at No.' 33 Mott Street,
came to New York three years ago,
but not, however, until he had a
promise from the little Chlneao girl
that alio would coma hero when hi
sent for her and become his wife.
l.ee Yok lived at No. 140 Waverly
Place, San Francisco, whero alio was
u belle among her countrymen. Bhe
rnme to New York three months nxo.
The marriage, performed at No, 33 Mott
Street ai noon yeaicruny y hot.
To. head of a Chinese Christian
mission In Chinatown, was a quiet
one, the usual eianorate uninese cele
bration being contrary to Chow's re
Farmer Charged Willi Treason
VANCOUVER. II, C, July 13 Two
farmers, ICrnest Namel and David Kit
zcl, havo been arrested here on a
chartro of hlsh treason. They are Ger
man born, but havo lived In Canada for
more tnnn tnirty years,
It la alleeed that In Anrll thev as
sisted two Hermans named Keppel and
L' a ..r. r l. In mmnmrtn IpAm 11-I.ImV. rn1ti mtil
acrosa the boundary Into the United !
States and to atrmany, I
100 Nannies Ate Way Out of
Barn and Scattered Over
OWNER IS IN A CELL.
olicc Use Lassoes and Corral
Invading Army to Save
Precious Gardens. j
This was the battle cry of Mounted
Policeman James Doody, ex-cowboy,
as he rode his fiery steed up and
down and across tho placid confines
of dravesend to-day, twirling his
lasso above his head and ever and
anon lassoing n, goat. Other mounted
policemen assisted him In lnasotng
and otherwise overcoming goats, but
none of them could xlp out "Kl-ya"
with the penetrating efficiency of
James Doody, he having acquired aald
efficiency on the boundleaa plains In
tho Southwestern part of our well
It fell to tho lot to-day of James
Doody and his associate centaurs of
the Hheepshcud Day Pollco Precinci
to mingle in tho greatest round-up of
goats In the history of Brooklyn. But
to get down to the action In the taio
wo must go back to James Murdock
of West Fifth Htreot and Avenue U.
James Murdock has been for along
tlmo addicted to the nablt of rearing
goats. Tlmo nnd ngaln his neighbors
complained of the near-fragrance and
plaintive sounds emanating from a
barn on Murdoek'a plnco and tlmo
nnd ngaln Jte was fined a small sum
In Coney Island Police Court. But ho
persisted In his favorite Industry un
Ul yesterday, when he was fined 100
In Coney Island Pollco Court, with
the alternative of spending 40 days
Murdock elected to go to Jolt and ho
went, leaving 63 goats of Indiscriminate
ages and amiability locked up In his
barn, practlcolly without any guardi
anship or protection whatsoever. He
hod lived alone and none of his neigh
bors thought it necessary to Inves
tigate the pleadings of the goats which
resounded throughout Qruvesend tho
wholo night long.
With the coming of daylight the
goats, having devoured all the In
terior fittings or tne nam, simpiy
walked right out through tho wall on
ono side and permeated the entire
neighborhood In every way posslblo
for a goat to permeate. Aged billy
goats with long whiskers and culo
little gootlets and nannygoats that
would havo been sedate had they not
been so hungry glimpsed tho lawns
and gnrdnn plots of dravesend and
went to them.
With ba-a-a-s ond bleats or joy
tho goats proceeded 'on .their work of
devastation. Tho resident! were pow
erless. Many who sought to prevent
tho Invasion of their premises were
butted all over the place. Finally, In
answer to numerous appeals, Ltout
McCarthy ocnt out six mounted po
licemen under tho leadership of ex-
Cowboy Doody to round up the in
vadcrs. At noon there wore forty-two goats
in tho barn of tho Bheopsheod Bay
station, and Doody, with his "Kl-ya"
and his no less valorous but less
vocal assistants, wero scattering out
toward Hheepshead Hay, Flatbush,
Densonhurst and Hay Bldge In search
of tho most nlmblo and adventurous
of tho flock. Home of tho goats that
ventured Into tho Italian district
along New Utrecht Avenur will novcr
bo scon again, but the rest will all be
assembled before night.
Lieut. McCarthy la open to sugges
tions as to methods of chaperoning
fifty or upward assorted boatu.
Heavers Dam I.vkr Intel.
AI.IJANV, July 13. neavera have
dammed tho Inlet of Hpectaclo Lake In
the Adlrondacka, causing the water to
fall more than two foot. Tho conaer
vatton Commission here to-day permit
ted complainants to destroy tho dam
nn,i rlinr tho channel. Camps und
lodlten about tho lako beionKlng to
wealthy summorera wero uffocled by
the waters low luvei.
shew Htl Has isw.-
1 an nagaiia, twenty-two. s.stjisr v
girl, was sleeping near the WhuJewipj
me seond floor or her home, at.
271 West Thlrtyelghth Street, eartr
to-day Whan alia hm.X r .1.
Still asleep, the girl arose and bacbejl
through the open window, fatlHuTV
Jhe' courtyard below. She wtiruM
wh.ym .uii-nni irom POSSISSS '
fracture of the skull. " '
wrapping m inroMf i
Going Deaf? t
SOUF F1CTS ILUIHT I MM ITft
..w w fivww tin .i
Wren, the first cut-rato druf tAkif H
nun upeaca me outer aruggisis me.
vuaiuiuvii last Ml '.41
cut-rato drug store sold inferior a'M
drugs, and warned them agahMt fil
dealing with auch. The people Nil
found that the drugs wero Jaat mi"'M
good In tho cut-rato drug stores as nf
In the drug store that charged ,f
hlffh nrlr.M. It Vli tint 1nn Snn '
tho cut-rate stores were doll Use M
bulk of the basinets. The cut-rats) 'CT
IU .win .uiu uu KMII fiamf-
and advertised. The other slrisSr
tores charged high prices and dtit
When I placed my fees low
advertised the fact it becasae
custom of othor doctors to say alLtkei"
itiiiati 4Kltssaa 4tiM MtitM sVauI smssI
-4 VBt-S tUIW(S WUIU WS. V SsaaVf
practice and warn people agalaat Bo'
Ins; treated by me. The people qtsMkly ?
found that my results were at Se4
as the other specialists ant that wsf i
fees were about ono-thtrd what Ska-high-priced
specialists charged. ' ; C4-
-m. ..... .... i... t
uu i v uuiiivvt u . fwi aw
smalt profit on my practice. I smy
perfectly satisfied with this ssmMI
profit at this time, when every dsMOtti
mint be made to serve the puriei(v
that two dollars served before tMV
treat war began.
Ut arwetalrjr ll rmlaa etofsait aaatfflf. H
ur tbreat. otafafH stxTWfS elau lse
thirty jtara In prattle aae sttalr as t Ism
wit M oo uu,
without enttln swir
Watiai la ta arasirlia taeaa taponai
that w.r emted bv aahtr ta atrmla i
IramrUat ta mr authol of
ra la ta tsa of Mr. Alias.
Cloed Nostrils, Dr.pkif
n l n t - tilff
! inruau ucmimcm
mA Head Noises.
tm s1te miAm ski UA SVtl fwtTaarl AM
Ntw Yort. flrfo hs first ronnjtM Mt
I lot to l coiila not bmth tbrsmfi
ut t.l 1 cmiki 0ntr to little wh
tor mj cioffnl ivoatriu vnmu
to 1 lot mr mom of snwl
f clotfM ivoatrlU ironkl wtht
Mntff OT swOMU. A 101 91
lot OT Oil I I J I
favilw-J snd f
sk Into m ihnxL 11
feilaarf sin4 for tsa 1MM I h4tfl iMltsl flail
tutfl.rwkM in mr bf1. tt w, t-K
hstfl rwtjsM In my bf1. MU tt wa tmuw
hrd work lor to oadmUwl iitvU
Alha, h rrportJ. thl Mi
sottrtti sr fit anil etwn. that h ran sUtnj
i. thai ha fan sWtnjrVfti-,) (I
at lrt lb tua i ke-eaa . '
ml wasina. ut m oti
trant a! hl han Th
Kj. aona. Th nolsr ha
etu wU ad bit sail! is xtumiaf.
t will b tUaM to hat ou ti'lt m effMS,
trill coat jou aothiat for an tianlaatles; " ' .
Candler Building 220 Wst42d St.; hi
X ttm doors, wtst of DroaT. . ,. . r fM
l to II I. 1
9 A. M
V, H. nuPtUT IP J t l W 1 mwisi.j'
on ntir aummtr atoex to uitn
oulck cltaranc txfor nlaretns oor
aliowrooma. .... -
I.ana Urant la originator anl
largast manufaeturar of. modlaa
matarnltr apparal. aclantltleallr de- 1
lantd to automatically create sttatt
balanc for th flamr tbrousm
chansln proportion, allowing far
ntcaitirr azpanslon without', re
moval of anr fastanlnta, and differ
In no war from prtvalllaa; ntodaa.
rwea. . Coats. Suit. ffaJt
urct.. iM oryuii as that.
Whither Away,? '
To the Mountilns or the Seuhori, i J
By uto, train or shlpi JS
Me quHiioni to oe inswerca
When you tike your Summer's trie
To snswer them correctly
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