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TB E VENIltGr WO RLD ,
'FUGITIVE HELD AS SLAYER.
T- - '
aught Almost at YeiafAfter roller
timn Wata Malts, " '
Kx Welt JJtli fltrfl, was Identified In I
ifewark, N. J., yesterday at the man ,
(Or whom a bench warrant had been
Hvorn out tor murder In the Ant do .
tree In this city. Ho mi before Judge
.Wadtisrns In Ooneral Beaalona to-day 1
JAccniuinr In llin bailee ItahVrtv anit'l
flk tfanlnii am Ik. .......
ill) ;inni u i ...u vi miiiiu ,
1911. after a shooting affray at No. lit
wtii m Mirrei, ran 40 ino rooi or no.
PIE OF MEATS
NOTICED IT YET?
Ml Went 3th Street, where they threw
lines at me ponce ocer, sunns; mm.
waa convicted of man
tor and la aenrlnjr a ten-yoar
, sentence In Sinn filnp,
- When a distressed,
k raUcvo the indigestion
r. Dissolve easily on
tongue as- pleasant
: to take as candy.
Keep your stomach
sweet, try KimoiJs
! MADE BY SCOTT SOWN
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
Optrt Mtniajf ni StUttJit Ettnlnpt
Jane Specials at Reduced
Prices. Oa Eaiy Terms
m ur but van
jfaalel -Om U Salt gaerv.
150 to $1,100
AH Modal. B.M 1 .a Oar T,
r Worth i.oo Weofcly
)te, Worth ,.u....n..VM Waefcly
MB TVOnn h t.n.f tw nwmr
far. fl lerp
. Sale et
.., . A. M. to a t. M,
Wholesale Cost Falls Off, but
Retailers Stick to War-
K Time Figures.
By P. Q. Foy.
(Sptelal Food Expert of The Evening
With another drop in the prices "f
fraah meata. while the wbolmale
marVet la loaded with obeap peaehea,
aolada, cAbbapea And, In fact, all
klmla of regetable, tho problem or
the high coet of fooda la clearly up
to the proflteorlnir retailer, .who In-
(rtnt on making war-time profit" on
ercrythlrjjr they handle.
BevernJ of the retail butcher when
aaked why they did not lower their
price, to lornr tut the wholeaal'i
market waa o much lower, Jnrar-
laWy replied that really fancy beef
was not plentiful and that wage aro.
JaolDK up inatoad of coming down.'
k ihl 'aeaaon of the year there orii
hot. many tall-fKl cntUo comlnc; In,
but th' market Is liberally supplied
with Rood keif (hat Is acltlnr In Iho
wholesale market at If to ISa per
pound tho Sams' irrade that sold at
21 and Mo tc few months ajro. Tie-
tall butchers are making; the largvftt
profits In meats crer Known at uity
time: It Is this element 'that now re
fuses absolutely to giro the consum
ers the benefit .of tho wholesale
When The Evening- World published
the fair prices on tho meats used by the
Jewish families the women demanded
lower prices of thHr deal of a, and after
considerable demonstration in the Har
lem, and Bronx districts, a boycott Vis
placed on the markets operated " b7'
these unfair profiteering; retailers Md
many of! .therVi were forced to cloj tip.
-Tbeso. lletifertf kosher butchers aro
the tooftt unfair of any cUsitiOf rttall'i1
era, ThcseV dealers are puroKaalnjc
chucks ,and plates In the whoUsale'
market at from 11 to ISa a pound,
and could make a long- profit It, tho
consumers paid them 23 to 27c. a
pound, but Instead thoso retailors
are charging all the way from '22 to
45c. for shoulder and breast meats,
and In some cases it high aft lie,
even to-day some of those dnrf
bought ribs In tho wholesale market I
as low as' 5 nnd Co, ftpbund, the latter'
was not prime 'hoof, but was whole-
ftomo anrt ''fullhln. .hn, AtmA I
fricassee fowls noli In tho wholesale
market at Uic.j biit the retailers-In
many cases charged as high as io-.
when they wodld haye made a fair
profit at JSlo iOc. to tho consumers.
DAIRY AND , FARM PRODUCTS
flutter Is still declining, and con
sumers should not be charged moos
than 6S to Mc. on brut creamery,
and very good tabla butter can be
had for less. The wholesale market
has declined to 7c a pound In the
post two weeks, and the market Is
still going downward.
Hggs are more reasonable In price
since the Evening World exposed the
speculating ring that nm up prices
at the commencement of tho warm
weather, when prices Invariably get
lower. The best candled rgta should
not cost consumers more than 48c.,
but many of tho chain stores aro re
tailing eggs 40 to 47c.
Chccso remains high, duo to specu
lative buying In anticipation of a
heavy foreign demand next win tor.
Old potatoes contlnuo plentiful and
cheap und should not coat the con
sumer over 4 to Sc. a pound.
Ueorgla peaches aro cheaper again
this week and are line and large. A
fair profit should be made at 15 to
20c. a dozen' to tho consumer.
Cantaloupes from California are
getting cheaper and retailing at 3
and 30c. each.
Tho Kvenlng World asked consum
ers to substitute same cheaper meat
TAX BOOST PLANNED
ON LANDLORDS WHO
ITCH NO: MORE
, 1 v
Every ecrema- sunem should know
luit bow .jfreatly Potm is able W
benefit this stubborn' trouble; how
quickly it brings relief, stops itching,
cools, soothes and Voruforti, To
spread l'odam over an angry affected
surface is to feel that here, in reality,
is just Uie healing influence the, skin
demands. Treatment is usually sur.
nriiiocly short, and improvement noticed
every day. I'oilaov la harmless. Use
it for pimples, rahei,end all eruptions)
disorders. , .
Sold everywHtreV'Por free sample;
write to Hmerutbcy' Laboratories, '213
Weit 47th St., New York City.
Hire vour skin to Decome clearer.
healthier by the ilailVad of Poalam
Soap, medicated wiin,.'oslam.--Advt.
Teetk. Treat BUaaiad Ctras
SETS Or TORM
SU iao4 IoroUia Orvwoa.
1 Brlswork. Vltllnc sad lalara
'W KMA., Ollr.r and roroaUta
AfoaTsar Kaaaonmhlu Fricmt
Ba4lr doara Teata and IUau
ar.rullr .ilracUa, TOk tooc.
mrtilr eluid. Brsk.a tola
r.srtd wail mm wail.
2 E. IZStitStJ IN E. 34th St
.B. Om. M Am. I K W, OxUia,
749 Lexington Ave.
5.W. Cor. 59th
SS.m Bewa n SSI.m r
rfotl who tlra-l
i ttf deflcl.
L, StaATlUnl BI CUKIMER
1M ST. L
every Sunday in the' .
W alter saeaUwH tadreaaH . I
r V ijsiafilf aadisnd enrf urance In two weeks'
t ;fa a sisitCses7Fcrdlaad KtefchLU)
All "boat and Ponna" artlol.a
advartlMil In The VTarld or r.port.a
to "fjott and round llnraaa.' Iloam
101, World Uuildlnr. will t Ufted,
for thirty dart. Thu lists can be
SMn at aar tTb World's Oftlcaa,
"Lost and XrvnuuT advartlMmtnta
can b left at aar of Th World'a
Advtrtltlns AstneUa. or can b
t.l.phon.i dlrtctlr to Th. World.
for the high-priced lamb and pork.
and as n result the retail dealers re
port light soles. This win compel
the packers to permit a more liberal
suddIv to come forward, and then
prices will bo lower and consumers
will then learn how tho packers wero
foiled in their efforts to maintain ar
FAIR PRICES IN THE RETAIL
The following list of Tho Evening
World's Kttlr Food Prices should he
a guide to consumers In making their
week end purohuses. Thcso prices
admit of atrencrous'proflt to retailers
who do an economic Slash and carry"
business, but where the retailer ex
tends credit In connection with an
erpanstve delivery system. , the ele
ment -of risk and lAbor., Involved
should bo reckfiried:
ME AT 8.
Porterhouse steak, fancy, Uj..37s40o
Portcrhouso steak, medium, lb.36 a 3So
Delmonlco steak, Jb 36a 38c
Blrloln steak, lb... 35 a 37c
Hlrloln. JlatVone, ttr.r.; S437o
mrloln, second cut, ID uao
Round sttoic, first, cut, lb 38a41o
Round Uak, top, lb
Doltom round, best cilt, lb..,. 37 a 39c
Iltb roost, 1st to th rib, lb...38a3flq
Itlt) roast, 7th to 9th rib, lb... 27 30a
Hlb roost, common, lb 25a29o
Chuck steak; lb.... 2?"?5
Koalier aout) meat. lb. & a 40
Kosher shoulder' ateok. lb., w .25 a Z7o
Kosher breast, trimmed, Ib,.,27a30o
JjBg' spring lamb, lb... 42 a 47c
Hindquarters, spring lamb, Ib.41 a 47o
tamb chops, loin,' lb 50aG8o
Lamb chops, rib, lb. 50 a Boo
Ljurib chons. shoulder, lb 45 a 60a
Btew lamb, spring, lb 35a40o
Chucks, snrlnr lamb. Ib 30 a 340
Lit mutton, lb....... ,..30a32q
Mutton chops, lb 3a33o
Mutton, stewing, lb 20 a 25c
Glutton chop's, shoulder, lb.. . .25 a 30o
Lea' of veal, lb...'...; 27a29e
Hump of voal, lb. .27 a28o
Shoulder of veal, lb 18 a 20o
Veil chops, loin. lb. 32 a 34o
Veil Ohops, rib, lb 28a33o
Dreaat pf veal, lb ,....lBaZQo
Pork loins. U... 42 a 43a
Bhoulder of pork, t, , . 32 a 35e
tiams, (roan, ro 1 3aie
Hams, smoked, lb 40a41o
Hacon, strips, lb..... 4Sa48o
uitcon. butts, lb 33 a 35o
Shoulder of pork, boneless, lb., 36 a 36o
White, hennery, doxen Bfla62a
urown, nonnery, dozen ,65a60o
western, lanre. dozen 4U a BOn
Western, mixed,-doson 48 a 47a
Full cream, .fancy, lb 35a36o
Full cream, good, R 33 a 34o
Kim miuc, b , .....Z7a3Zo
Creamery, prints, fancy, lb. . . .66 a 680
Creamery, prints, good, lb...,55aB6c
Creamery, fancy, lb 65 a 660
Creamery, good, lb ...... , 63 a Mo
creamery, fair, lb so a 62c
Turkeys, fancy, lb 65 a 67o
Turkeys, good, Ib 60a62o
capous. piiiiu., urgo, ib.......68a60o
Capons. Phtla-, medium, lb. . . ,56 a 680
Capons, Western, lb 64 a 660
Kowlx I arm. fat. lb 40a 41a
Fowls, medlumlo 39 a 4 Do
Ducks, Long Island, lb 38 a 40o
Biixnon, young, pair S3.7BaM.Z5
BUxhen, old, pair. ....... i.t2.50a 42.78
squabs, id eooafl.uo
Fowls, kosher, Ib 38a40o
Roasters, koshar, lb. ,24 a 25a
Haddocks, lb ,.12a15o
Codfish steak, lb.... 18n20o
Market cod, Ib ,.12a1Sc
Shad roe, lb 40a45o
Buck shad, lb 32 a 35o
Tile, lb 18a20e
Fresh mackerel, lb 18Si20o
Bolmon, lb 45 n Wo
Sea trout, lb., 32a35e
Halibut steak, lb 30a35o
Baa 4ass, lb 1820o
Btrlped bass, lb 30 a 35a
Eels. Ib 30 a 35c
Klngflah, Ib 18a20o
jODaiors, is... 45 a boo
Butterdah. lb..... a. .,20a 22c
-Shrimp, Ib.; t, ,'....25 a 30c
Weakllsh. lb ;.,'.,".18a20o
tp-UM IK 1 0 1K
utftllHl. .w...... .............. AM
JPerch, lb . ;..2025o
YellCfr pike, lb, .29 a30o
Uroojcora; ID...J , 15o
Asparagus, bunch. ?..0 2Sa40o
Celery, stalk.... 10a 16o
LeUucf. hcad 3 a 60
Tomatoes, lb 8a10o
Onions, yellow, lb. SalOo
Onions, rod, lb 6 a 8c
nUtoes, new; lb 6 a 7e
Totatoes, old, lb 3 a 4o
CoiAaxos, now, lb ,,,, 6s10o
Corn, large ears,.,, 4a 60
Cantaloupes, each ,.15a25o
Strawberries, quart 25a35o
PROFITEER IN RENT
Re-A6sessment of Properties
Urged by Commissioner of
There Is no ovor-assessed property
n New York City at the present time,
according to a Ma'tement mnilo to-day
by the office of Commissioner of Ac
counts, David' Jllfsclifleld, to an
Kvenlng World reporter. On tho con
trary, the hundreds of hearings on
rent profiteering hold by tho Com
missioner In the Inst two months, hw.va
shown that a great many properties
aro considerably under-assessed.
From the sworn testimony of ten
ants and' the admissions of landlords
at the Commissioner's hearings, It
has been shown that extortionate
rents hava made a fictitious and
speculative market In real estate, and
this has determined the Commis
sioner's office to recommend to the
Tax Hoard a reassessment In nccord
anco with proposed and admitted In
creases In rents.
The Commissioner's office Is also
closely watching tho "professional
tax reducers," usually lawyers of
quostlonabln character, self-appointed
to Induce the deputies to reduce as
sessments on properties; whose owners
aro willing to pay thcso Intermediaries
for their work If It is successful.
In many of the hearings the fact
has been brought out that owners
who claim their properties aro over-
assessed becaune they bought them at
figures far below the assessments
really bought the properties at fore
closure proceedings brought by
Vathnn Hlrsoh. Chairman of the
Mayor's Committee on llent Profit
eering, has sent a letter to uov.
Smith asking that the housing
problem be considered at tho spe
cial session of tho Leglslnturo colled
June l( to consider the. Woman Suf
"The problem Is, Indeed, a serious
te, and tho situation will become
much raoro acute this fall, ' Mr.
:Mr.' Illrsch sald-'snA State Recon
struction Commission, which has
'seen at work t,no months, has col
lected a mass or testimony iroru
which It should easily bo tosnlhle to
fonnulata remedial legislation.
A letter received to-day by the
commltteefroBt a Brooklyn tenant
described 1he landlord as a pro
nounced profOeilTInn, whe, being
asked why he.' sought to get tho ten
ant out or his building, answered
"There does not exist tlio s.imo feel
lug nit before ArncrifA entered the
This tenant, a Worn aft1, declares that
after being told of an Increase to
take effect next October, she 1ms now
been notified by a City Marshal to
vacate uy July 1 or 7c iiispoiiaeaucu
A resident of Washington Heights,
In a letter to the committee, says
thero In no shorlnuo of apartments In
that section, thcrn being four or live
vacancies in single blocks, duo to the
A, Philadelphia man hns asked the
Commltteo tojook Into tho enso of a
fatherless girl living on West 107th
Street, whoso rent lion been Increased
mora than 33 per cent., and who han
been served with a notice toniilt on
July 1, though her leaso colls for four
SIX PRINCETON STUDENTS
HURT IN AUTO COLLISION
Five of the Seven Negroes In Car
They Smashed Are Also
T1U3NTON. N. J.. Sunt 11. Six
Princeton students were Injured, three
sovtrely, early to-day, when an automo
bile In which they were riding was
struck head on by another car. occu
pied by seven negroes, six men and
one woman. Eleven of the Injured were
removed to McKlnley lloapltal here.
Tho moat severely Inlurrd ntuJenti
are Alexander A. Itoblnson of Peekaklll.
owner cd driver of the car: Qeorgn A.
jierry or isw rone I'lty and William
McTce of Brooklyn.
The muuents less acrlously Injured aro
Kdwnrd Heart f of Cluvelsnd. Ilobert
If. Man.ifleld of New York City and
William Vnn Hchrelh-r of Pittsburgh.
Ill, He Shunts Himself.
Elek Lewis, thirty-seven years old, of
No. 411 East 120th Street, committed
sulculo by ftnonung nimseir inro-JKn tne
left breast with a revolver In his home
TO-uay. lie nau wen nuuenng irujn
DEFENSE GETS SETBACK
AT LUMBER MEN'S -TRIAL
DOCTORS TO AID FLYING.
,ourt Admits Little as .Evidence
'Over. Strenudus Objections.
Girl on Witness Stand.
Form 4eletr at Atlantic, City for
ATLANTIC C1TT, K. J.. June 13.
Physicians outlined plans to aid flyers
at a meeting here to-day. The first
society In tho United States to lay down
United States DUtrlct Attorney Hen- scUntlflc and accurato tests to de
ri Ward Ueor, as a witness to-day In termlnc the abilities of an airman
the trial of fifteen members of Jthn 'organized and elected" officers. Col.
ConstKlao- Lumber and Supply Cot, In John O. 3tcReynolds of Dallas, Tex.,
the Fedcrnl Court,, Brooklyn succeeded was eteoted president of the newly
In having Introduced as evidence a let- formed Air Service Medical Ataoclation.
tr wrltteh tn the defendant comptnya' u s ,,lnnned to popularize fling and
ofllce Judge Thomas recently ruled t it expected thousands will becomo
out papers seized by Qovemmcnt oviators. he said. Tests will be made
agents. In the action against the fifteen 0 determine, the special work for which
aeicnuTuus, uccauae mry were iii' jyniix Mcn u ntted, the height to whlcn ne
obtnlncd, mnv nafelv ascend and other details.
jonn j. vurtin, lor uie aetenae. re
quested Mr. Beer to take the stand In
the fight to bar the letter, and the
prosecuting attorney, under questioning,
proved the latter was In his possession
at the time of tho arrest of C. N, Davis,
with whose nanin It was signed, and
was not among the papers to which
the court had obected. Thereupon
JikIhu Thomna overruled Curtln's objec- 1
tlon. Hear said he expected to offer
Miss. Minnie Thonson, a stenographer.
was questioned regarding activities of
the defendants, by whom sho was em
soft and smooth. Its ,od1hing, ami-
Cadum Ointment makes Dimple
dry up and fall off, leaving the tpn
septic and healing powers stop 'the
itehincr at once. Cadiirn Ointment l
also good for rash, blotches, scaly
skin, eruptions, sotes, burns, chafjngs,
ringworm, Kabs, itch, insect bites etc.
C.dum Olntnient la a Frtnth fteparatlonl
mzdt in Amttica from the original formula'
SJARS AND STRIPES' QUITS.
Official SriTiitr of A, 15. V,
tlraelied 02(1,000 Circulation.
1 'Alt 18, June 13. The Stars and
Stripes, official newspaper of the A. 12.
F., suspends publication with to-day's
Issue. The newspaper waa established
Feb. 8. HIS. with a circulation of 30.000,
and reached a high mark in circulation
a year later, with Sit.OOO. The organ-
liars of the paper were Major Guy T.
Vlaknlakkl. Major Mark S. Watson
Lieut. Stephen T. Kilrly and Llcuti'Mll-
ton S. Ayers. '
v Old Faces
Folks like to trade in a store having a friendly
atmosphere, where they can meet the same '
We try to avoid changes, but in a large insti
tution like ours in which opportunities for pro
motion constantly arise, many changes are
ftoxoia Stored THJSJSAEE
And the Wedding Bells
The telephone rang insistently.
"That you, Doris?" came Kitty's
voice, as Doris lilted the receiver.
"Can you run over for a minute?
I've some wonderful news for you.
Clare and Elliott ore going to be
married Saturday and Clare wants,
us to be the brfdemaids. They're
colng to have as big a wedding as
they can arrange by Saturday. Brine
your whito satin dress over with
you I'm going to wear mine."
"Of course, Clare can't afford to
give us our bridesmaid dresses,"
said Kitty a few minutes later when
they were comfortably seated. "I
guess we'll both have to wear our
white satin dresses I'm glad we had
them made alike. I do wish they
were orchid Clare always wanted
her attendants to be in orchid. Be
sides, only the bride should be in
white, I think."
'"I have an idea, Kitty," exclaimed
Doris. "We'll Ttntcx them! The
Tintex orchid ia awfully pretty and
you know Tintex is ao easy to use.
All you do is dissolve a teaspoonful
of it in a gallon of lukewarm water
and dip the things up and down
until you get the shade you want."
No sooner had they decided on
their plan of action than a box of
orchid Tintex waa purcnasetfeand
the proceedings started. They de
cided to dip their white georgette
hats, white silk stockings and satia
slippers to match their gowns.
That afternoon, two delighted girls
inspected their "wedding finery."
tier," said Kitty as she held up her
'If all the thlnos had been bounht
new they couldn't, have been pret-
satin frock, now an exaulsitc laven
der. "Everything matches so per
fectly. The best part of it Is that it
only cost, us 10. Let's get some
other colors Tintex comes in ten of
the smartest: shades!"
Ilave.yoU Wed Tintex T Ait.
JL - -J
Taetad aad appravaa by tha Oaftd House
kaaplng laatltuta and backad or tha aaal
t tha Naw Tark TrUuna Instltuts.
To the woman who has to do
things around her house, the
Duplex Firelen Stove is a boon.
It saves many hours in hot kit
chens, many dollars' in fuel; and
insures a superbly cooked dinner
The Best at Lowest Price
Dikes, roasts, boils and .stews
perfectly. Made of steel, lined
with pure aluminum throughout,
and has a complete equipment
of Wear-Ever Aluminum Uten
sils. Sold by all department aad
Write Jot Fret Booklet.
.THE DURHAM MFG. CO., 108 Chambers Street, N. Y
$1,000,000.00 Sale of Choicest Standard Brands
IMPORTED ND, DOMESTIC WINES
'ALL WITH ORIftlNAI. HFIAtA IK OIUGINAT. CA5J91 " '
. locluJM la Tula OlfinUc Stock An Bach llraada Aa;
ifeMkkd-ih-Bond Old Taylor, Overholt. Old Jordan, Sunny Brook, Hermitate and Old Crow
tthUkeyi; Dewar'i, Uther'f, Johnnie Walker, llais & Hair. Kins William and Ktaf Ceore
Scotch Whiikeyi; Old Buihmilk Jameaon'a and Uurke'i lriih Whitkeyi; Cordon'a, FrelcTa
and Burnett Gins; Henneucy, Maitell and Otard Cognacs: Vermouthi, Appetnen, Cock
tails. Kummelt, Ruma, Bitters, Crape Brandies, Fruit Brandies, Cranes of all kinds; Maras
chino, Anisette and other Standard Cordials: Ports, Sherries, Clarets, White Wines, Angelica,
, Tokay, Muscatel. Marsala.
k . from the best known shippers, both imported and from California.
'Ruadrvti of othrr brands tno numarona to tneatloii are rrjMataI la thta million doDar atork,
Jht MOST REMARKABLE and Feriulpa THE 1AST Sale of I j'Kind Ever Held in the
' UNITED STATES.
STOCK. UP WHILE YOU HAVE THE CHANCE I
BUY AS MUCH AS YOU CAN AFFORD TO CARRYk
SALE. STARTS MONDAY. JUNE 16. 10JO A. M.
AT 539-541 BROADWAY. NEAR SPRING ST.
CHAS. SHONGOOD, Auctioneei
ou EtktblUoa Tumla;. Wrdnndajr. Tbutadar, KrMar a'rvl 'Satoidai. CaUioatx Hail .4
tte of Cbarca on ApsUcauoa tn AnctlonotTj r t
'O MORE time lost wait
ing for irons on the stove
to get hot. The electric
never goes near the stove. In
lets than five minutes it is hot
enough to use and you can keep
it constantly at just the. right
heat by merely turning the cur
rent on and off. No more time
lost walking back and forth to the
stove to reheat irons that have
5,000 .United SpecUUlV be
sold this summer while they hut
at a great reduction in price.
This iron embodies all the latest
improvements. You can tilt it
up on end when not using or rest
it on the reversible stand which
comes with it, together with a plug
and six feet of cord, and we guar
antee it for one year.
95c puts the United Special on
your ironiag-board, the balance '
payable $1.00 per month for four
ffis with your lighting bill.
Or pay for it at once
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ii o u r
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$100 WORTH OF FURNITURE $1 WEEKLY
Tha Old'Rcliable House ol W HAL EN BROTHERS carrits the b'ncst stock o( teedium
apd high trade tootls and lives the eavest and best terms cl any, house In tha trade.
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Newest Fabrics and WoriWS."1'
Handaomely Trimmed and Tailored.
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Summer Suits 91
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