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j i; HE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER !3, 1920.
' HELP REDGRGSS
N. v. workers Withhold Aid
Until Ireland Gets Some
.NKW STORK, Nov. 13. Tho Central
Federated union Friday voted unani
mouRiv to Ignore an appeal tot aid
from the American Red Croat after
John Sullivan, treasurer, and other
(beakers had urged the delegates to
withhold their support until the or
ganization "docs its lut !y Ir.-lnnd."
A letter from .Miss Elizabeth A.
Qillen, associate director of the Kcd
cross, describing its membership en
rollment campaign and asking the
support of the 850,000 men represent
ed by the union was hissed. Letters
received by delegates from friends in
rrchwid ti lling of conditions there
were read to the delegates who there
upon voted against extending aaslst
anc to the Red Cr
M Y U&COME N tkin-W IDE.
Ernest liohm. secretary of the
uhion, expressed the opinion that k
movement to withhold suwor: of la
bor from the American Red Cross
would become nutlon-vvide and would
continue until the organisation n1
pledical supplies and fond i ) Ireland.
Sullivan stirred the galnering When
"I think It Is the sentiment of this
body as well as the Bftntlmeht gen
erally among tho 30u,w0v or more
union men In this city, that no aid
shall be extended to . ited Cross
until that orgaplsattoh uocn Us dut
by Ireland. We lwv. read reports
of how they huve aided the iii6tre- d
ueople of Armenia, dc3ti:ute people
of Czech -Slovakia and the starving
inhabitants of JugO-SlaVia, but we
have not read a line about iheli .u-1-lng
the wounded und sick In In-laml."
UniUvi Its DISAPPOIN l l
Sullivan declared that .1 survey
made by himself and other labbt' lead
ers among union men hero us regards
i ntiment fbr the organization, u li 9
m to. believe thai the working man
m much disappointed In the Red
"'It appear that the American Red
Cross," he said, bus been blind - to
condition in Ireland. "We have ho
knowledge that (hey have ever sent
one bapdage t tije: country, where
hundreds are being injured (ia.IL; and
other hundreds made destitute and
IH SALE OPENS FOB
GIRL IN LIMOUSINE"
1 ne of the liveliest farces thai bus
been seen in this city in many years
will be presented at ttie Orphcum the
atre Wednesday, November i", when
"The Girl in the UmOuSlne" will be
presented under Tho direction of A- H.
Woods It is regarded as his greatest
farce success The plot is based on
the misadventures ot a young society
man who is waylaid while on his way
to a social function. Hp Is despoiled
of all his clothes hy the robbers, who,
i It Is a very stormy nticlr p n
ebce a spirit of humaneness and de
posit him in a bedroom of the very
bouse in which the party Is to take
place. Thp" confusion and embarass
nient which follow bis discovery can
readily be appreciated) but the amus
ing complications which follow are be
yond the Imagination of any onp.ex-)
ceptlng such two successful play
wrights hs Wilson Colllnson and A 1 1
Hopwood. An unusually fine company
of fun makers will be seen In the
play. Including among others John Ar
thlr. Nancj Fair. William Halllgan.
Marion Ballou, Harr.rtt Parker and
George B. Connor. Seals on sale today.
I QUICK RELIEF FROM
Of' I ! KfJwHrrJ;. I )jv 1 ablets
Thl n thr tefi' erv -f 'h.,,,
oner DT reward5" Drndnref' 0)ht
T.?hlrf'v fhp subflfrtiitr (-r jorupj
Dt Edw-irds B prarftriruj ohvsuciai.
0' I7 year -"id rakXXieJ nl'd tir.v
enemy diaopwered Lb lonniue fat I Mivm
labile whilr trf.Tt.mp D?t'c.pt
dirooif ooDstipsDOo nd ornid Overs
lli (d.w&rdj 'Mep ''ab'el."1 0"C not
QOTlLBifl calomel, bu bealuig, c'''nnr
No ermine w tbr rpvnr ot their
Bftlf Wgaaf-coeted oli vp -colored fa1
'eta. Thf v cause the bowels and llvgj tc
9ct normally ("hev nerer fart t.hpin
fo mmaturel t'on
II von hnv a darl Ivovm '"rjnntb"
bd breath Hull, tireH fet'iop -,ch
beadacbe torrid 'Ive? .-on'iiwtjon
TOUD hnd ou'rk ijf WA olttlsaD' W
pu't born 'jt't mi two of Uf KdwanJfl
OL'vp Tablets si bertLirne
rhoupands lake tiiuc tvy oicht ius
to keep (Ight, Tit thorn. 15c and 30c.
lv till 1 j 1 nt
I CHICHESTER & PlttJi
THE lllAUOMI DR.AND.
t,KJ l.dlrt Alk joyr Oruezl'. I A
fcy f-.M, MilJ wild I'.'ls R.t'.n. V
ffA Xifl Take ma . ihrr vf ,-r '
1" f(r UmgcUU A.k I tt HtVQfflUU'l .H4
K J lit Villi M II RAMI riLJJ, fnt SC.
-rS K DRUGGISTS tVER.'WHFRF
CAMPAIGN FOR MORE
BY THEATRE MANAGER
Tolnllng out that th. bphavior
of many persons In places of pub
lic amussinent is raprohenslble,
H. (3, Skinner, manager of the Al
hgmbra theatre, declares It Is time
there was a crusads for refine
ment and he announces thai be Is
I launching such a campaign in his
'urn snappers, b-.-an throwers,
lourt and boisterous talkers and
Othl r persons who3o ronduct is
offensive are to bo eliminated
trotn his theatre, hf announces,
anD b' will prefer charges against
them for disturbing the poaba
Mr. Skinner makes known his
Intt-ntlons in the following Utter
to The Btand&rd-EXamlner:
"There have been many cam-
; Dairns lor the betterment off SO-
j clely, Tht one most essential a;il
overlooked entirely is a crpeade
for more r fin bHent. The soi-mi-ing
neglect bas permitted rowdy
ism to become so annoying In
public places ,if amusement thai
drastic action must be taken to
"Tlit- Alhambrft theatre has sul
fered In this regara and the man
agement serves notice that tho
annoyance shall be stopped. Wo
shall Cause the arrest i persons
who seem to make a practice of
snapping gum, talking boiaterous
' ly, throwing beans, and other
wise ictlng in a manner offensive
to refined persons.
"To such persona I give notice
thai hereafter you shall not mere
, ly be reprimanded for such of
fenses, but will be taken to the
police station and prosecuted to
the law s limit.
"The Alhumbra takes the lead
for this reformation and Invite
the cooperation of the public In
eliminating the evil.
' To the offenders 1 repeal that
unless you enjoy seeing your name
published in rotuiection with the
commission of offenses, do not
indulge in annojrlng Alh&mbra pa
trons, for no leniency will be
shown you by the management.
(Signed 1 "H E. SKINNER!"
BELGIANS FLOCK TO SEE NEW
PORTRAIT OF MRS. WH1TLOCK
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Tu9S. B1$ANZ WHITLOCK
WAJi N jT )X -ik'lijms are Flocking to view litis portrait of
Mrs. Brand Wliitlbcljc, wile t the l niterl States ambassador to Bci-j
eiitrn. at the BrUsaeln Salon du Printenrps where ii 1ms been bung.!
The picture was painted l y the Belgian artist. Firman Baes;
M'CLATCHY WILL DEFEND
ANTI-ALIEN LAND LAWS
SAX KltANCl8C ), Nov. 13. V. S. '
McClatehv, publlan.-r of Uie Sum
mento Bee. was chosen Friday by the
Japanese Exclusion leugue of Cali
fornia to confer with the housy com
mittee on immigration and natural
isation at Washington next week In
regard to federal immigration legis
lation. Mr. McClatchy was authorized to'
urge on government officials that
nothing which might nullify the
amendment to the California anti
alien land law adopted at the last oleo
llon be included in the new treaty
Uiider discussion betwen the state
department and Ambassador Sfhldo
hara. Appeals to the atates of Washing
ton. Oregon and Texas, which have,
before them anti-allen land laws slml
lar to that of California to Join In a'
campaign for federal legislation will
he made. It wim decided.
NEW PRIMATE OF SPAIN
CHOSEN BY THE VATICAN
MAI l; 1 1 , Nov 13 Cardinal j:n-'
'rlqUe dc Alvarez y Santos, archbishop
j of Seville, has been chosen primate of,
Spain to succeed the lato Cardinal;
tJulsasola, says the newspaper A. Li. CI
It Is said the decree has Ween sent to
London for the signature of King A1-'
i LONDON, Nov. 13. The Spanish
embiisay Were declines to comment on
Madrid advices that Cardinal BnrlqUS
de AlVarei i Santos h;u been named
primate of Spuln by the Vatican.
! Tbe hoof and mouth disease In tho
Norfolk area ,,r England killed 700u
animals. It l i-stlinated.
NEW YORK CONTRACTORS
rHRtA I ElM OPEN SHOP
XKAV JPORK, Nov 13. Either the!
Amerieun federation o Labor must
remedy labor conditions in New Yont
or the building trades employers will
Inaugurate an "open shop" policy,
Ronald Taylor, preaident of the Bulld
Ir.g Trades Employers' association. In-;
He said unless the demand of 30,000 j
union men for a wage Increase of one
dollar a day is withdrawn, t-he "open
shop" Seems certain. The employers
next Wednesday will vote down the
Increase, he declared.
RELEASED FROM ASYLUM,
PAINTER ENDS HIS LIFE
MOUNT I LKASANT. Iowa, Nov. 13.
Ambrose P. McGulrk, a painter of
Dayenport, Iowa, committed suicide
hrr.- Friday by taking poison. He wa
d.s harged from the state hospital
for the Intsane some weeks ago as
cured and had planned to manufac
ture patented stove pipe which ho had
Invented while u patient in the hos
pital, (iulrk is survived by his wife,
who lives at I iiivenp, ,rt. and a married
daughter residing at South Bend, Ind.
Cotton of good quality Is being
Cr6Wl In the Ilelvrlan Congo.
Rjl Cover with wot balilng SOdaM
L-1' i.fierwurd apply gondy
V V A RO RUB
Oeer t7 Million Jan UtcJ Yearly
mWtmmLiilr v -a, 'i.H.o'viZk.
I I.I M I .I .1SH I.I Til I .It
Ciiritt ii Corner of Jefferson avenue I
I and Twenty-third street. Arthur R.I
' dson jmstor. Sunday school and 131 -
I ble class every Sunday at 10 a m.
J No morning services this Sunday. Eve
ning services every Sunday at S o'clock
'The annual fall bazaar and church
Upper will be held next Wednesday
lafternoon and evening. Bazaar opens
at 2 i. m All of the many articles,
prepared by the Dorcas and Ladli
Aid societies QJt the church will bo
placed on sale A delicious hot sup
per will he served by the ladles at a
nominal price p,-r plate; Serving com
mences at V :p) o'clock" and continues
throughout the evening.
ENSIGN GOSPEL atrSSION 2468 J
Wall avenue. Sunday services: BlMe
study 3 p. m. Preaching and tCStl-
mony meeting R p, m Thomas Hodge
Of the American Tract Society, will
preach and ll. S. Blakeman will lead
the song service, with Miss Frances
Relinga at the organ. Everybody wel
Come. No collection asked. Come I
The mission Is headquarters for thel
prayei league; one enlistment thlsj
week. Time of service -forever. We
muster In but never out; conditions
m vet retreat nor surrender Our Kin;? .
fUrntshea unlfrrm. military eQuipment
and supplies. Join our ranks.
i , HTJR.CH rii CHRIST,
SCIENTIST Corner Monroe avenue
and Twentv-fourth street. Regular
' rv i. . nt 11 o clock Sunday morn-!
iin(. subject: "olortalsand Immortals," I
Sundaj fChool 9:4o a. m. Wsdnesdny
evening testimonial me-tlnp at 8 p rfti
Reading rooms at 612 First National
bpnft building. Rooms open dally from'
12. noon to fi p. m. Except Sunday!
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Corner Twenty-fourth st and Madison
avenue. Rev w i,. Mellinger onstor.
3ibe school nt 10 o'clock under the
supervision of Mrs C H. Carman,
graded school nd classes for all nrrcs.
Morning WOrthlp and communion ser
vlce nt 11 o'clock; normnn by the jias
tor: SUbJeot: "The nower of Jesus
to Heal." Christian Bhdeavor at ; :tn
p. m . The pastor will preach a so- c'ai
sermon for the yount' people on 'What
Dor s h Young Man Cot All ynnng
peon le Invited to be present. Rihle
stud'- snd prove- s--r Ice Wednesday
evening, beglnnlne at s o'clock The
Ladles' Aid society will meet on
Thursday afternon. at the home of
.Mrs. John J Rooth. I'lii Twenty-sev-inth
DANISH LUTHERAN I HI lit !l-
Servlfce Will be held In tlr church,
corner Jefferson and Twenty-third
street Sunday afternoon. Nov H, at
3:30 p. m ; J. C. Carlsn. pastor.
mi !? B OF THE GOOD sin p.
flERR Corner of Grant avenue ami
Twenty-fourth street, opposite the
posl office: John W. Hyilpp, rector.
The twenty-fourth Sundaj after Trin
ity. The -hurch school meets nt ! 4 ..
n ni ; W. B. Prout. S'jperlnlendent.
Morning prayei a. ei sermon by the
Rev. Samuel tlnsworth of Rend, NeV,
et 11 a. rn All are cordially welcome.
The vestry will meet on Tuesday at
" 2" p.m . In the Oulld room. The
Women's Qulld will meet on Wednes-
aaj afternon. in the Guild room, with
Mrs. Child and Mrs Parlow hostesses
The Cam d fire Girls will meel ii ho
Oulld hal! Wednesday and Thursday
i venlnga: the juniors on vyedneaday,
and the Seniors cn Tiiur-d.iv
FIRST MITMOIWST ) I'M o'l,
CHURCH T en!; -Court h street
flugh NevPle, rwistiir. Sunday school
10 a. m.; C. M. Wilton, superintend
ent. Servieea, Morning, ll a. m.:
dupjeot: 'Man's Hlirhest Aim" Eve
ning, 7:30 p. m.; subject "The Gos-
1 of Christ Nothing to be Ashamed
rf ' Mldweei- service, Wednesday,
f;80 P ni.. Kpworth league. Sundays
6:30 p. m.
FIRST PRESBYTER1 N CHURI ll
John Edward Carver, pastor Morn
ing worship at 1 I o'clock Rod Cross
Sunday; theme. "The Practice of the
Teaching the Te-U of tho Teachor."
"snnday Mohool at 12 1", m Youni;
Pepple's meeting at ' :3n i rn. Eve
ning worship at 7:30 p m . theme
"The Historic Narrative and Teaching
of the Mayflower Pilgrims" Sunday
night theme: 'The Voyage to America
and the First Experiences In a New
Band." The November supper will be
served In the church Friday night.
November 19. Mrs. Agnes Warner
and Mrs. C. H. Stevens will furnish
ih" sp. clal musical nunihers Sunday
TIM FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Hl"R H Rev Godfrey Mhtthews, j
minister. On Adams hetween Tvv n- I
ty-fourth snd Tvve:it -fifth streets. At
11 a. m. divine worship and sermon, j
Prelude. "Andantlno" IeMalre.
Offertory, ' Cradle smg" BohUbert
Postlude, "Postlnde" Scotson
Clark Miss Ivine Shields
Anthom, "Rock of Ages1 Dudley
BUCK The Quartette.
Sermon "The Aim and Motive of a
! Christian Life "
t 12 1F noon. Sunday school. Dr.
; P. Mills, superintendent Kinder
. gardefl under the directum of Miss
, Mary Parmlev and helper- Men's c lass
... Ir Mills Women's i-Ias.h le idi r,
Mrs My rum Smith
At 7.30 p. m divine worship and
Prelude, "Cradle Song" Hauser.
j Offertory. "Intermezzo" Hullah.
Postlude, "PrieHts March" Oou-
nod Miss Ivlne Shields
Sermon' The Mind of tb Mas
ter.' Strangers nnd visitors are cor
dially Invited to all our services
Till si OND CONGREGATIONAL
H RUR4 II Five Points: Rev Godfrey
'Matthews, minister. At 2:30 p. m..
' Sunday school for the community.
I Pr J. M Elliott. superintendent.
Classes for nil grades and afres and a ;
welcome for all.
I ll I S l V 1TION MtMV 15 1
Twenty-fifth street Services Sundav : ,
Proclamation foe Observance
of Thanksgiving Issued at
WASHINGTON, Nov 13. I'resldent
Wilson issued bis Thanl sglvlnu proc
lamation Friday, Faying that "III
plant security and peace Our virtu
ous and self-reliant people face the
future," and setting aside Thursday,
Noveniher 21 for the usual ohsirv
ance The text follows
CAUSE l R Til INItFULNESS.
' The season approaches when It
bahoovCl us to turn from the dls
traetlons ami pre-occupatlons of our
dally life, that we may contemplate
the mercies which have been ouch
safed to us and render heartfelt and
unfeigned thanks unto God for His
'This is an old observance of the
American people, deepl) Imbedded In
our thoughts and ha hit The hurdens
and the stresses of life have their
"We have abundant cause for
thanksgiving. The lesions of toe war
are rapidly healing. The great army
of free men. which America sent to
the defense of liberty, returning to the
grateful emhrace of the nation, has
res Jni' d the os- ful pui y ilts of peace,
us simply and promptly ;.s it rushed
to arms in Obedience to the country's
call. The equal justice of our lavs
has received steady vindication In the
support of a law ahtdjng people
against various and sinister attacks
which have reflected only the baser
igltatlons of war, now happily passing.
Vl.l. I I'll itiVVI K
"In plenty, security and peace, our
virtuous and seir-rollant people face
the future. Its duties and its Oppo'rtuni
; ties May we have vision to dls
I our duties; the strength, both of hand
and resolve, to discharge them, and
the soundness of heart to realize that
I the truest opportunities are those of
"In a spirit, then, of devotion and
! stewardship we should give thanks
I in our hearts and dedicate ours 'Ives
to the services of God's merciful and
loving purposes to IF... children.
"Wherefore. I. Woodrow Wilson.
! president of the l ntted States of
America, do hereby designate Thurs
day, the twenty-fifth day of Novem
ber next, as a day of thanksgiving
I and prayer, and I call upon my coun-
trymeh to cense from their ordinary
j tasks and avocations upon that day,
giving it up to the remembrance of
God and His blesslrgs and their dutl
I ful and grateful neknowl edgement "
SOCIETY OPPOS IG 7!iSH
ROSToN. Nov. 13 The Loyal Coal-
Ition announced laot night that It
I had taken s: pa to call the attention
i of the authorities to a message re
ceived at its offices signed by 'Patrick
J. O'Rrlen." threatening violence "un
I less you keep quiet aboui b.is:ness
I that does not concern you s.u h as
'Ireland and all Irish questions" The
letter, as made public by the coalition
asserted that unless the warnings
wire heeded "you will get the same
thing that the Amalgamated Irish So
cleties of America Is going to give the
rest of von."
' You will get all that Is coming to
you unless you, shut up." the letter
added "Take It or leave It."
The Loyal COalltlOn with headquar
ters herv, has conducted a campaign
of publicity against Interference in
Irish affhlra hy Irish sympathizurs
In this country
CREW CF NAVY SEAPLANE
! BELIEVED LOST ON LAKE
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 13. All hopes
of finding the crew of the missing
naval seaplane from the Great Lakes
naval training station wis ahnndoned
by searchers along the west coast of
Searchers said that there was no
hope that any of the crew of three
were alive If they had remained on the
lake. The weather bas been bitterly
cold ever since they were last seen
off Ccntervllle Wednesday.
JEWS LEAVING TURKEY
TO SETTLE IN PALESTINE
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. 13. J
i (Jewls-h Telegraphic Agency Scenes
j of wildest enthusiasm accompanied
the hoisting of the Jewish flug below
the British flag on the mast of tho
steamer Mahmoudl. which sailed lor
Jaffa with 660 Jewish emigrants who!
are to settle In Palestine.
Cheese, as old as 100 years, can be I
found In many Swiss houses
Sunday school 2.30 p. m Lender, Mrs.
W Hrooks Holiness meeting 3:30 p
ni. Subject "The Christians Busi
ness," hy Capt R. Henderson. Young
People's meeting at 6.46 p m. Topic
Ictorlous Cripples" and also special
speakers. Salvation nice tin gat 8 p.
m- Special music and singing. Topic
"Peace, and How the World Only Can
Get It," by Captain R. Henderson
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -2309
Grmt avenue. Just north of postofflce.
Sunday school at 0 45 a. in J. Kay
Ward, superintendent. Breaching at
11 o'clock by Dr L. N. Hurnes of the
Home Missionary Society The B V
meets at 6:30 p ttX. with Charlotti
Skeen 'us president. PreathlnK at 7:30
p m by Dr. Alderman of Salt Lake
Special music by choir at each serv
ice Prayer service and Bible BtUd)
on Wednesday evening at 7: 30. led by
W. H. Louney. Everyone liA'lted to
' 0RPKEUM s"1r""'JS 1 "
Come Early and Got a Rir.rr-; Scat
Maok Scnnctt Comedy, . . First Niorbt Star.d," and Universal
In preceding comedy successes. Con-1
stance Taincdee has been guilty of
many endearing but naughty pranks.
The Inimitable star has officiated us
an expert In affairs of the heart
searched for a sinner with amusing
consequences, and eveiu defied con
vention by accepting the 'hospitality of
five nice old "daddies." for a week,
without a Chaperon,. But in her latest
First N.itloral aftraCUoh, "Good Ref
erences," which will be shown at the
Orphcum theatre for three days, com
mencing Sunday. Connie nearly over
steps the border of playfulness, when
she sets fire to Bridget Mulligan's!
boarding house commonly known as)
"lOl It Mi:iI INI". ijS O K."
! Mrs Chns. Rule. New Dlgglns. Wis ..
writes- "Your medicine is O. K. l'
think Foley's Honey .. nd Tar la thel
best for coughs. I think your medi
cine is all ou say It Is I know I
would never be without it. You may:
use my name." Foley's Honey and Tat
acts quickly, checks coughs, colds arid '
croup, cuts the phlegm, opens air pas
sives and allays Irritation. It stops'
sleep-disturbing Coughing at night.
Children like It. Contains no opiates
Sold everywhere, Adv.
It is estimated that there are from,
15.000 to 30,000 dogs in Demascus.
WORLD'S PAW AND
;Just one trial convinces you Sloan's
Liniment helps drive away
TITHY endure pain when you know
j Tv Sloan's Liniment .w ill relieve 11
promptly7 It couldn't remain the
World s Liniment for 29 years If
wasn't highly beneficial in relieving
rheumatic aches, stiff Joints, sore mus
i cles, IqmbagO, lame back, neuralgia.
I strains, bruises and the results of ex-1
posure to bad weather.
Penetrates without rubbing, leaving
no stained skin, clogged pores, inussf
ncss. A pain and ache liniment that
.stands alon."- in doing what it Is nieanl
; to do Get a bottle today ;md keep It
handy All druggists Three sizes
1 35c. 70c, $1.40. The largest Is most
i Linimentc) ;
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Freed From I
EcS tome Cleared His
'The people who have seen in
buffer torture? from neuralgia brought ILtt
on by an dp-set stomach now see me IHLal
perfectly lonnd and well absolutely iLH
to Katonic " writes R- Long. i
Proiit by Mr. Long's experience. v L '
keep your stomach In he althy condi- I
tlon, fr li and col, end Avoid the B
ailments that come from nn acid con- SLH
dition Batdnic brings relief by tak- KaH
in up and carrying out tho excess K9g!
acidity and gases does it qnickly. LaH
Take an Eatonic after eating snd pee IS
how wonderfully it helps' you. Big LmH
I v t i ri tie with your drug
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Indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
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Theae urc Jiirjt examples of what mv I
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you moTi proof r.t my expense " ml H
DR R. NEWMAN, Licensed Phys.cian '
236 Fifth Avenue, New Yor!, Desk H-57Q
Wll&srk 'ou arc "ido awalce a
,r ,IC'1 an owl" at night, and
can't ' keep your eyes open" in the day
time you certainly need
Self poison- Bcecham's
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