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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
Light and Ventilation Features of This Maryland Bungalow
Tha house shown In the accompany'
Iti picture was linllt ut South lliver,
Md., Iiy n ,NVw York tiiaii who has a
farm there and wanted some comfort
able nnd attractive place to llvo In ,
tmring hl stays there. The holir.e cost
about $r.,0lm In ilmt lot-muni, hut wmiM I
lo this neighborhood cost considerably i
more because the price of both himlier i
ana materials In very much less In
M.irylnnil tlmn It is In this neighbor
hood. The plan, b Ayincr Ihntuin I'd.
was arranged ho 1 1 1 t the IIvImk 'com
would have thorough ventilation mid
light on iHitli sides. Kmm one etui of
the living room a passage lends to the
bedrooms, none of which opens directly
from the, living room, thus Insuring
privacy mid oiilet. Knrh of the lied
.rooms also has windows on two sides sti
that hev will he us cool as possible In
summer weather and In spring nnd
On the other end of the living room
are the dining room, kitchen, pnntry and
bedrooms for the. servnnts, the bed
room on the porch being Intended for
Use of the mnn servant, being distinctly
separated from the lu'dmum which
opens from the kitchen which Is in
tended for mnid.
There are two covered plnEnas and
an open terrace, one to be used its a
breakfast porch and one as a general
covered piazza, while the terrace Itself
ta the ral open air sitting room of the
The material was long chestnut
Shingles painted white, both for the
walls nnd roof, and the terraces are of
brick. The living room runs up the
full height of the roof nnd over the bed
rooms nnd the (lining room and kitchen
are attics for storage.
DUCKS OVERRUN STATE.
In I.nnlslsn Hunter Apparent!?
Can't Kill RIM Fast Knnagh.
WABittNOTON. Deo. fi. "Northern sports
men can h.ivo no idea of the iilenstlies
of duck hunting In Louisiana unless they
have visited that State and had actual
experience." remarked .!. A. Dnyrlos.
member of the Louisiana game enmmis
alon. Mr. Dnyrles Is also a member of .
the national game commission nnd Is
much Interested In the movement to tiro.
tect migratory birds from the guns of
"It Isn't often that game hud overrun !
any hunting strtlon," continued .Mr. Day
ties, "but that is Just wlmt Is happening
down In Louisiana. The whole State Is
fairly flooded with wild duck and geese
and the hunting season will ho the i
biggest we have ever known In the State.
The trouble Is we shall not have enough
hunters to Kill the birds. I'lidcr the
lioulslnna law gunnels arc nllunrd to i
hoot only In the morning.
"After 12 o'clock they imit shoulder
their guns and go home, Hut the pres
ence of multitudes of black and tnallaid .
duck has put a new phase on the situa-
tlon. The big (locks of mallards have 1
Invaded the rice fields ami h.txo bem eat
ing up the lice crop to such an extent I
that the State gitne t nintiilMslon has ,
granted live bundled licenses to nee j
growers, extending the time In which
they are permitted to shoot the bltds.
"After the ducks hive finished with a'
rice Held It looks like a cyclone had .
struck It. The damage to the rice eiop.
due to the extraordinary number of mal
lards, has been so great that it thuMtens I
serious lo-s to the gtowrs, hence toe
extension of time In which tlm gunncis ,
may shoot the birds
Chess players of the metropolis and (lis
ti let will be riad to leam that the at
tempt, made by William T l!.m. the
piesldent of the Staten 1st mil flu s club,
to it establish the .Metropolitan l'h ?s
l.engu,.. an oiKan'zatlon whii ll did ex
cellent M'rvice for one year in the -a'in
of lSll4-!'.". was eroivueil Hlth uece". A
was ktatid in Tin: Si v mi VWtlnc.l.i,
nine dull.-, of the in, tiiipolix and dl-tr'i 1
li id sent tin Ir ili'liuatm In aii"er to tin
Invitation sent nui by Mi l:.iu to tin
nieetltiK at the Miinh ittan Ches Cluli mi
Monday een.ng. and aftt i discussing lie
natter hi all dlntlmi the new l,Mgue
was ormi nt z. il fmui.il:. a i mi-tltutinn.
bv-laws and idayln;
rules adopted, new
tillleers elet led, Ac
A a matttr of fact it should be men-
tlntiil Htut tKitti.' w'fm f,ft,,- f,,r
tlone.l lliat mini.' weie V 5 ,
the rteltg.iter. fur the (list thing previous
to the openim! .if tin. mei'tlnK the new ly
rlccted scin-tam. : A. Ilaith. d.d was to
Jt.lt .... .......... .1..., . . . . ,
distribute among tlwe present a prlntrd 1
DouKiet cmit.iltiuig tile c-uiis-tttlilloii. rules
aim pl.t -ng lines or me mu .Meiropolit.in
Chen, lei.-m. of u hleli Mr ltnrtli mi i
v.ni.-s I, a.m. ot w nitii .Mr ii irtn was
ecretary. l or nineteen yeai thl otllcer
V.. lit nl'Al, ilftv PnliUli .,r ltn lui.iLlnl In lata ,
possessltin, tlteiiWiy citing a meat ileal of
work and trouble and lUsctl'ilnn in the
bargain, for there tuts very little indeed
which had to be altered to suit the present
.......... . .i..i.i.. t
fcltuatlon or clubland. 1
The most remarkable thing nt Monday's
mretlng wns the enthusiasm shown bv nil I
iiiiwiii.K nits in.' .'in uiii. .1111 n.iit i.y all 1
the delegates as well as the seriousness In '
which mutters were discussed, nil spe-tke-H
expressing great contldence in making tin
lieu oiKiinlratlou a suci'isn, nnd .'.' '. 1 -aates,
even thope from minor uiganUa
tlona, being eager to meet in actual com
bat stronger clubs, although they were
certain of receiving tevero lickings In
these coming contests.
"We enntiot learn anything from In
ferior men , give us the best and we are
ure to learn something," Such and
other similar sentiments were ixpressed
freely at the meeting. It therefore wns
decided unanimously not to sub-divide
the clubs in classes, and to arrange a
tourney In which cneh club will have to
meet every other club on eight boards,
that club to be declared champion which
wins the greatest number of matches,
and In caso of a tie between two or more
clubs to let the (rreatest number of won
games In all the matches played decide
Wlilto there nre nine clubs In the ring
0 far exertions will be made on the
part of the secretary to Induce other
cluba to Join the league. Especially Is
this expected on the part of the students.
Kfforts will be made to form an Inter
collegiate association composed of the
students of Columbia, New Vork Uni
versity, Collepn of tho City of New Tork
and Stevens Institute of Hoboken, and
this Intercollegiate league should be
ready to send a team Into the, field com
posed of the best eljrht players the four
colleges could muster.
In order to Rive the reader n proper
Idea of the scheme a tentative pairing
for a round Is given:
First Hound Manhattan C. r vs nronlt.
lyn C. C, Itlce 1.'. V. x. Prrntrmalvti -, ('..
Hire C r nt Newark rs. Newark V M
C A Hlalen Island C. C, vs. Ksslsrn
Plitrlct Cltih, Queens Oamblt Ass.nlailnn
rs. Intereolleglute Chens Association.
How the two principal clubs might be
Ihetluletl bv tint executive can be ..en
- ., ' ... .. -"
from the nppendetl table:
Manhattan t'heei Club vs. Hrooklyn Cheaa
nh.h at linine
Liun, at nmiie.
Mitnbatlan lies Cltih vs. Proxrmlve
Cress Club. Hi home.
Manhattan Chraa club vs. Newark Chrss
Manhatian t'beai Cluh vs. Brooklyn T M.
C. A Cheaa Club. l boma.
Manhalltn Chess dub va. Stattn Iilani
t)aW'Ss Club, itway
tlanhattan Chen Club vs. Kaatern Dla
ITlfl C'br Club, at home.
ManhalUn rbesa Club v. Qusene O.itriMt
MMhatlan Chraa Club va. Inlrrcilr(tt
AaMauilon, at notnr.
In a similar way all the rest of the j
aba will lie ichetltileii mm or course. If
there aro iru ciuos mny, live win nave' (ni ir 4i. K I-?, il Kir. u k I r, I' Kt'
five nitttches at home and four away, i 'Q.'' ..,u!,'r' Ji,Jv'' K'".'i ' M4,
whllathe remaining cluba will have four UL K'ft )J '5i 'u"!,, JXj g
IMtchM at horn and; five away. 1UJ, i-U7j 12. Hxl', llxll; u. p-jt auu dxiwi:
trier aro leu clubs only, live will have
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The appended Kanie was tdayed by the
ii'erniin champion. I'r. Tarrasch. on .1
recent visit in Sweden
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llullnln ttlirn mu nuv ninm ..r ...
mine lue uf tlunir.
LnlKi,a. btCKET SOCIETIES
........ ...... ....
itj ,xrr lll'lll II -Nlllllhl fur III.
Sll X.VIIIMI. lie. C, -The (illllese L-elllllM
. .,, ,,i,or set. i el Micietlfs !n t ll Known, ami
width would. ,,, ,U. ,.(l.m lMn, KVIMtK l, uk,i,K
US' If lilt in Shanghai in a i.tili. r un.
lilcmaiit w.v. Iletinitlv tbri. In.. I,....,,
wliatinunn.il nii i tli iir.i'nf i.,
, ' , . - ,
111 f"n" '.ises tins due to jiollln.tl
Ieveni;e, ns wlicii thrie niebth at:o a
lonalilo t liliieso Hlreet, the I iidcKow ru.nl.
was shot tle.nl In the piet-ence of a crowd
of pasatisli), ami the assassin not away.
In other Instances it im hi'iHaiitlagii pure
Hlid hlinple. I. ml week a iliac., ill lliti
middle of the iesideiili.il pall of the
Trench I'tuicthHlon, win ie iliei,' Is a coml
tle il of open count rj dotted w lib Chin, ,.
iMinletH, was attacked b a hand uf
ma-ki d liu n and th,. j.i Int Ijml simp
.Many of lln.se criminals aie i-ieb,
soldiers, in. mi whi iloiiinil Chilian dices
when tho attack on tho arMiial failed and
vanished in thn crowd, and limstlgailnn
Indicates that tbeie Im a considerable
number of small nangs bandid togrther
and iifl'illnted lo a parent oiganUatlon,
of which the head, pi.ti lei st ain SihicIiiiw,
A Chinese delectlie sent up fiom here
lo track a eiimlual wns caught by tint
society, and only by nicnl k'liod luck es
caped with hit life. Tliete is It Koo.t
ttalli seiMce from ShaiiKhai to So m-Kow
mid It is easy for a robber to Kit away
ns a simple countryman, when the society
takes cine of him till the hue and try
Another society enjoys the ictutes.jue
name or the Hand of the Thlrt -six, nppar.
enlly beciusf originally had that num
ber of un inherit. Its business is decidedly
sound- iioililiiK more than loliblnu the
baggage of ('hint-so passeiigeik liavellmg
by one of the Iiiiiiunei .tlile bo its ami im-.
lies coming to or going from Shaiighai's
wluirvcs. The band drives n lucmiivo
tiade, and, If icpoit ipeaks true, Hm
head of It Is a most (oiitwaullj ) ie
sis'Ctable compradoic it kind of Chliuse
Theie me other societies, half Milltlcal,
half cilniiiial, Such tun the Hunt; pong
and the Tslng I'ong, the llul and t!u.n
Hinds; and at the trial of tb.it remark
able mini, Tung Kwe-ahlnu who Instt-
Kitltsl the faniouH sung t lilao-Jeii muni
on the eve of the opening of l'i llnnieiit,
and ultimately fwnmt 110111 prison tliir -
Irg the lute iti'eil.ir. a gr- a: dc.1
hfitnl of the K'uoinlnkiiutri'hinrl"il. or
IVoplc's I'lOKiesslve Soeietx, n ihi
iloul.t that tin. term 01 ins soeiity. '
wl'iclt Tun.. Khc h'.-cl- Imil lnnmiis, 111
llutiit-e, pit-oiitnl tho Chinese autliyi iuch
from ever bringing Tunjr to trial.
FOR THE SUBURBAN AND COUNTRY HOME
Itarafy Plant for Winter I'lnvrerlnw.
A number of hardy herbaceous
plants are desirable for the house or
cool greenhouse culture. They come
Into tlower late In the winter, nbout
Krister time, and ns tliey hold their
tlowers a long time arc particularly
valuable for decorative purpose.
I Hot dry looms ore not nt nil cult
able for growing hardy plants In pots.
I The temperature should be kept as
lie.uly us possible nt SO degrees nt
night anil t,0 degrees during the day.
The room should lie light or tho plants
kept In a window, given, good ventila
tion and the soli In the pots kept con-
J stnntly damp,
. Tho nstlihe Is one of the best for
house culture. There are severnl va
rieties, bearing flowers of various col
ors Davldli, with deep rose violet;
gnindis, white, and several other va
rieties, with rose, violet rose, salmon
pink. ila r"e nna ,,mk flower". The
astilbe require an nbuitrinnce of water
when gr twiig and when the plants are
In llou'ihiitg givwth the pots may
s'nnd In mn of water
liniits i an be .ibtn.ned of eedsinen
n.iw or mnv be iluu up from the ar
ten and potted in good rich gar
den soli adding n little sand to In
snte good drainage. Moderate sized
root, may be potted whole nnd large
Astilbe, Diclyira and Solomon's Seal for pot culture.
liumps should te divided so there will
be almiit two Inches of soil In the lmts
all around the roots, lf the roots are
purchased select those having a diam
eter of frotn four to six Inchvs, and pot
In llvo anil six Inch pots. Firm the .soil
well and water thoroughly. No. 4
shows a mot properly potted.
A dry, sheltered Snit against a south
i''ence or wall Is the placo to set riots,
cover with a font of dry leaves or
straw, or set them in n cold frame or
i'i a ciiiil, nny cellar where the should
remain fur a few weeks. Take Into a
I'uiii greenhouse or room averaging 4.1
degrees at night and water sparingly
until free indications of growth are
shown. When well rooted nnd the
Ilnwer tenis 1'e1ii to show a somewhat
higher temperature may be given, hut
ti.Aer more than s.i at night. At nn to build nnd desires to cultivate the
average uf .".0 at night and W degrees ' lemalnlng land, (iluseng nnd hydras
higher during the day, from four toltis are two herbs which he iays corn
ton weeks will be required to develop 1 mantl big prices nnd havo ready sale,
the tlowers. ami If the iots nre brought Is there any sjieclflc Information there-
1 v ir?-w ..,1'jvr
Lily of the
in at intervals of a week or two n 1
succession of bloom will be sc-drcd
Dlcentrn or illclytra 1 bleeding heart)
nml pnlygnnatiim or Solomon's s-eal may
also be gtown in pots in the same way,
nil valuable for decorative purposes.
ltutlebeckln und fiiuklas or tiny lilies
can also bo flowered in this manner.
No. 1 shows n root of astilbe, No. 2
11 root of illclytra and No. 5 Solomon's
seal. No. 4 is n pot of nstllbe In
(lower, No. 3 rools properly jiottttl.
No. ti pots of plants in a Cold frame,
I.tly of the valley Is forced by plac
ing the crow ns or dumps of crowns In
puts. Never permit the roots to become
dry ami fio.eii roots should be thawttl
u'lt gradually before bringing them Into
A light sandy soil is best for llllei
of the valley. No. S shows a gitnd
strong clump, No. I Is u plumb crown,
No. 2 Is the same with the root short
ened lo lit the pot. Single crowns are
placed closely In tho pot ns shown In
No. I, tilling out the Imlnnru of the
space until the pot Is full, working
in a Utile sand with the crowns. Strike I
the pot on the bench or floor, nt tho
sanie time sloading the crowns In the
pot with the hand. Sprinkle a little
sand on top of the crowns and repeal
tin- ojn ration. This will firm tho will
about the rools.
Nns. nnd 7 show tho puis In n
cold frame- covered with leaves, or the
pots 111 ly Im placed In a location simi
lar lo that recommended for nstlltui.
A number of plants possess a hnbll
of movement as if slit Inking when
touched. The mimosas me p,iitlculrly
nolctl 111 Ihls respect. Mimosa jui
tllca exhibits tills tra.l In a very marked
degree, A satisfactory theory for this
apparent sensltlvcnes, we liellevo, has.
not .et been established, although the
ii'i.'iilltirl( hns boon much Investigated
and is of unusual Interest to scientists.
i Mimosa putlli a is a tender annual
.iintl the seeds should be sown
early m Hie spring in the hint so
nr hottied nnd Kent In small hoik
11 11... number u iv,...,. ,.
,,:',n,' ,"l"','l"ll ctitei mining I.,
'llMtlrt 11, Mm least lunch of llielr leaves
cmislng them tu fold together ami lo
droop; some Urn after the irritating
cause censes the lenves again become
erect, TCven water fnlllng on tho leaves
when sprinkling them causes them to
droop. The plants adapt themselves
to nny good light soil. If wanted for
the house In winter It Is better to keep
the plants growing In pots during the
summer, plunging tlte pots to the rim,
removing them to tho house in tho
Although only one branch or n portion
of the plant mny bo touched the Irri
tation Is perceived apparently by the
whole plant nnd is manifested through
out every pnrt.
A few of the plants will please the
children and surprise nnd entertain
The Garden Wall neantlfal.
In an abrupt change of grade retain
ing walls urn sometimes required to
support the earth of the higher eleva
tion. A dry laid wnll, properly con
structed, will b durable and by the
usn of nlplne plants can be made beau
tiful. Dry laid walls used for supporting
hanks of earth nre sometimes more
rervleenbla than walls laid In mortar.
Thn dry laid wall permits the, purplus
water to flow freely from the higher
ground, while, a wall laid In mortar or
cement holds tho water buck and the
pressure during continued wet weather
is sometimes sufficient to wnsh the
wall out In places or It works down
below the wall, passing under It, rising
to tho surface at the lower level, re
sulting flnnlly in undermining the whole
Dry laid walls are const ructetl In
nliout tho caiiio manner as those built
with cement, the stones Inid to rest
firmly, one upon the other, without
any binding mntcrlnl. The Interstices
nre filled with earth and In this hardy
plants nre Introduced, resulting in a riot
of beauty thut will add greatly to the
charm of the garden.
A Duttiieftg county jihyslclan has
nlsuit nn acre of land In the village
where he resides, on which ho Intends
uMA 1 iti jV
valley in pots.
on, he asks, readily available 10 him
through Tin: Si'snxv .Si'.s's Uaiilciilng
Cultivated ginseng is a drug In the
market, but not In the sviisn in which
the doctor Is accustomed to use thai
descriptive word. Tho cultivated gin
seng Is not in demand and tho mar
ket. In New Vork at least, Is glutted
with It. Dealotn do not want it mid
It cannot bo sold In nny quantity at
favorable prices here.
lljdrastls Is an herb with very val
uable medicinal properties, growing In
rich woodland throughout New Yoik
State. It will nn doubt do well when
cultivated, but this Is for the doctor
tu try on a small scale. He can then
attempt to market his crop, olferlng It
to the w holcsiilii druggists anil drug
grinders in New York city, and in ihls
way learn the prices paid ami whether
tho cultivated root will sell us well as
the wild nnd make his calt'tilatluns ac
cordingly, I'Vw failures occur whero jieoplo nro
satlslled to begin In 11 small way in
gardening, Tho losses as u ru0 ivsult
from too little experience and loo great
Itcgin to spray fruit trees against
the attacks of all sculo insects.
If not already, attended to cut down
mid burn the matured growth of ns
1 1.1 1, lcus, remove the weeds and lightly
piitit Into the soil with 11 ftuk the nner
parts of the mnniiiv with which thn
bed should be coveted, The bed will
then bo In shape for winter,
All jjnrilen rubbish such as cabbage
and cauliflower Mump, beet, turnip
tops, &t, .should bo gathered lip und
burned, as otherwise they will harbor
Insects and disease. The ashes from
the lire may be spread over tho garden
ami will act as n frrtlllr.nr.
Moles in Inwns aro mtrueird by tho
grubs and Insects that breed In Die
flesh manure applied Im- ferllllzlnir
purpusts. I'so die prepared mid ground
... , , 1
" :- znz
niiiuin! 111.- A hetvy coating of wood
, shc,t may be Used to ,liK antaire ,.11 tin.
1 lawn and ns soon as the frost Is out
give a good soaking with lime water.
made with unslaked lima to kill the
worms und Insects In the noli.
I'riipiiKiitliiir Kverarreen Tree anal
All of tho cedars, cypreaaes. Arbor
vltir, yews, box nnd aomo of tho Juni
pers, spruces nnd firs will root readily
from cuttings ttindo late In October or
early In November after tho wood has
hardened "und before there hns been
hard, freezing weather, Muho tho cut
tings nbout live lnchca long from the
tips of tho branches', uslns; only the
ripened wood, using a sharp, clean cut
ting knife. Out olT the follago from the
baso of 4ah cutting for about half Its
length nnd nip off the tops of the cut
tings to mako them stocky. Set the
cuttings in n flat filled with (rood,
sharp sand. Nurserymen sot the cut
tings nhout two Inches deep and as
closely together as possible, In row
thrro Inches apart, packing the sand
dimly about tho cuttings nnd keeping;
it constantly moist. When filled with
cuttings placo the flat under the
benches in a greenhouse or In a cool
cellar where ll will receive somn light
nnd will not freeze. A vegetable cellar
is likely to bo Just the place It tnkea
a long time on woody stock for a callus
to develop and It Is from this that the
roots finally grow. The cuttings can
remain In the flat In tho cellar until
! next spring, so long as the sand It
kept moist, when undor ordinary clr
1 cumstnnces they wilt be ready to set
out In a carefully prepared bed In the
garden. An even temperature la the
main point to attain, as a sudden
change from cold to heat often proves
disastrous, especially Just at the time
the roots are about to form.
Privet may bo rooted In this manner,
but the harder wooded evergreens such
as hemlocks and some of the spruces
do not fiot well from cuttings, nor do
the pines and some of the firs. Varie
gated varieties of plants are always
more difficult to root than the ordl
Clnh Itoot of 7t)bare Easily Con
trolled. Club root, a destructive disease of
cabbage, occurs also on cauliflower,
No. 1. Evergreen cutting. Nn. 2. callus
formed at base of cutting. No. 3. Roots
growing from callus.
turnips, rutabagas, radlshe nnd weed
of the mustard family such as white
mustard, charlock, shcpheid's put si
black liiiistaid, nml hedge mustard.
Cr.iwers nic familiar with the ye
lowWh, withered appearance uf tab
Kigtss alTectcd with this disease, anil
know how rarely Mich plants ptinline
111.11 ki'lnble bends. The fools nl' the
dis used plants are greatly culm-god, un
malfutmeil nnd fall to perform then
A parasitic organism called a sllnv
mold Is responsible for the diseased
condition of the plant. This micro
scopic purnsite gains entrance to tin
plant tlutuiRh loot haliii or tliiougb
injured parts uf the root. 1. jeeils
oil the (el ctinlent, mid the irri
tat Ion that it pin-tikes muses 1I11
cells to incn are greatly 111 number nml
In size. The parasite later transfi-im
to 11 mass of spotes, which me ii'le.ised
Into the soil on the decay uf tho af
fected root. The organism is repoitnl
as lieim,' able to live in the soil for 11
period of ut least seven years and t..
iittack siisci jitlbl,. plants nt any tune
during that period.
Tho New- York Slule College of Ag
riculture announces that In order to
control this tliscasi. It h neiess.tiy to
lime the land heavily In advance of
planting. Land t.t he uod for cabbages
next ear should bo lltned tills f.t.l
with one and one half to two tons of
quicklime per note. The best results
nro obtained when the liming is done
eighteen months In advance of plain -Inr
Uroiind limestone or air slaked
llllie mnv then be used.
It Is especially necessary to keep
the seed bed fr...' from tho parasite,
limits from infested soli should never
In keeping: tho farm freo from this
pirnslle ilie following suggcllon
should be ohsorxod: Destroy affected
rools ns far ns possible. Doll nlYivtcd
roots before feeding them to stock.
j Avoltl applications of manure in the
tall preceding 11 crop of oablmgo.
Avoid transfers or infested noil. Drain
tint hi nil thoroughly. Culllvnte clean,
destroying nil cruciferous weeds (cru
tifcroiiK woods nro such plants as men.
tionetl in the llrst paragraph), Hotuto
ctiips, Set healthy plants. Apply limn
to soil ns Indicated above.
LWCT Cald1'e,l Tanks Towers
pressure. In any
'ClULi guntiiy, in iiiuso and
... ....nuiir iiicin tvire
frntn frrrrlnir. Tanks
m fiirnlilifd of Cyprers
hire it hi, Tubular ui
anirlti uluinns smd fr
lUiibirau-il i-auiiiiituii niul
asit fur re fc it n iv x nrar
job. Una tit Hum mi
I elber llnmnoerlag
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