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I !r"-i3 w ""'" 4-. g T43 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELrHTA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918 v f I i t j v l fr a 16 f i i j lit sprinklers' V FIREMEN EVERY TEN FEET They've raised your insurance rates So you're not getting ns much protection for your money ns you did a year ago. Globe Sprinklers arc still giving the same protection, offsetting the higher insurance rate and pay ing for themselves out of re duced premiums. Telephone for appointment. GLOBE AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CO. ' 203$ VVr.thinjcton Are. DirVlnion S31 AGENT CAN'T BUY : LICENSES TO WED '"No Publicity" Notaries Arouse Ire of Register Shcchan CHARGE BIG FEES "Broker" Agrees to Get Per mit and "Keep Names Out of Newspapers" TROUSERED ELEVATOR GIRLS IN HOSTELRY STILL FEMININE Designer of Walton Operators' Costumes Wanted to Satisfy Fair Sex's Love of Adornment Crowds Look Them Over FOOD PRICES CUT AT CURB MARKET stores nre sixty cent"! a half-bushel basket Here they arc sixty cents for (he-eighth bushel a quarter of a buhel more than vou (ret downtown. Ami these nro much lnrcer and better tomatoes than I hasp been able to get elsewhere " Ilnnkft Much Larger T'enches and pears, like the tomatoes. FREIGHTER WHIPS SUPER SUBMARINE Injured Seaman Brought Here Tells Story of 3-Hour Fight U-BOAT PROBABLY SUNK Italian Steamer Damaged and Five of Crew Received Wounds Fle saHors of an Italian cargo ship were Injured by an explulon Vliat fol- HeRl'tor of Wills James B. Shechan has declared war against certain notaries public who aiUertlse they can obtain marrlaRO llcenieq '"without publlcltv" for clients. Mr. Sheehan. said exorbitant fee nre charged credulous persons for the sen Ice. One of the license brokers this after noon offered to procuro a marriage I license for $8 and guaranteed that the Issuance of the license would not be published Register Sheehan as chief clerk of the Orphan?' Court, has general charge of the Marriage I.lcen-o Bureau Sev- eral weeks ago ho Issued an ordiy for bidding the Issuance of marriage licenses to notaries public on behalf of clients Despite thnt prohibition s-ome ' brokers" nre still advertising that they can se cure the permits "without trouble or publicity." Turn to JJelavvnre County Some of the notaries, alarmed at the Register's declaration against exorbitant fees, hac turned tnelr attention to Delaware County to reap a harvest from the uninformed The attention of the county clerk of Delaware County, at Mcilln, h.is been called to the pi .notice Notaries, It Is said, have no legal right to obtain licenses In Delaware County unless the parties Intend to have the ceremony performed In that county. Mr. Sheehan pointed out that marriage licenses may be obtained without nny Inconvenience at Boom 413, City Hall Tho legal fee Is ?1. But no one, ho said, nllSriTK their entrance Into "man j nlsh" Industry, women still are and nlwnvs will be feminine enough to be attracted most to labors where becom ing costumes can be worn With this belief In mind, Mrs. Charlotte Hale, of Boston, designed the nttractho costumes which were today adopted by the seven elevator girls at the Hotel Walton. There were some people, of course. who really had to go up In those ele vators, but there were dozens of others who rang tho bell Just to see the ' trouser- ctte" girls. Nevertneiess, i;ugene u. Miller, manager, Is delighted with the uniform, which hereafter is to bo a part of the hotel livery. Of n soft, golden brown wool, re sembling serge, the bloomer garb Is de signed strictly for feminine wearers. It Is braided, yes, dui hoi like mens uniforms. "1 tikd to avoid mannlshness In every way," explained Mrs. jiaie. ami ai me same time to design something practical and serviceable. You see ine trousers mTscaFfor only u.s. approved peace with their cloe-flttlng cuffs about the ankle, are long enough to allow the girls to wear Inlf hose The loosely fitting eton Jacket and the V-necked vest nre designed to give nmple room for free movements of the arms and to alMvv the girl to go torsetless If she likes. The stiff collar across the back of the neck and tho brass buttons give the costume just enough of the military air to re mind folk that war has called these women Into service. "I believe pietty costumes will stimu late the recruiting of women Into war Industries more than .in thing," de clared Mrs. Hale "And to my mind thern Is no need for a vvonihn to don clothing that will be detrimental to her looks, to her feelings nnd eventually to hir efficiency These costumes are de signed as safe and sane. There nre no Huffs to catch on tho machinery There are no needless frll's, but they nre Just as attractive as the frills sho Is accus tomed to wear In her home." Manager Miller said If women pages and door attendants were substituted later, they, too, would wear tho new livery lowed a battle off the cvv l.ilglaml can aw fully guainntec that the Issuance coast with a German submarine. One of .of tho license will not be published In the seamen was brought to the I'cnn-Uh" newspapers An act of A-stmbly .requires umi. uit:j mo muuv i.uuxi.. svlvanla Hospital today, after the vessel had safely anchored at an Atlantic port. "Our ship, with Its rich cargo, was saved, and we are certain that (he Ger man submarine wo fought for more than three hours oft the New nngland coast was badly damaged " That was tho proud assertion today of officers nnd members of the crew. Tho ship, attacked oft tho New nng land coast, made a. gallant stand against the U-boat nnd after three hours of desperate fighting mado Its escape) The i The list of llcen'-es Issued each day Is prepared for tho newspapers of this city by a lomt news association which dispatches a copy of the list to each newspiper subscribing for the seivlce Olllcials of the court news association say no one his any legal right to assert that certain names may be deleted from these lists Such assertions, the olllcials say amount to false representation. Krank S lewis, with olTlces In the Commerciil Trust Bul'dlng, is one of the brokers who has been advertising that ho can procure marriage licenses ullbout nubllcllv for his clients Mr. Lewis was nsKeu tins' anernoon Fraternity Spurns Idea of As sisting Peace Move of Ger man Masonry By the United Prcis Washington, Aug 22. American Masonic leaders today spurned tho idea that Masonry In this country will lend itself to what Is be lieved to be a peace propaganda move within the Germanic Masonry. A le- NO SAFETY ANYWHERE WITHIN BOCHE RANGE Former Ledger Employe Writes of Dangers in Bring ing Up Rations i 1 s r f'x 9 I'cncnes ana pears, iiKe me luiimcuer-, CrOWd at Upeiling Ol ljlty S sold for about the same price per basket . .. . I as those In the stores, but the market Jbirst Jbstablisnmcnt ofKind ON COLLEGE AVENUE Housewives Save Money by Curb Market Buying Some of tho prices todnv at the curb market, compared with those quoted In the retail stores: Curb Store market, prices. Oreen peppers (dor) 10c 20c. Peaches Jl-$1 2 1-$1.60 Apples (small sweet) uOc 70c Maiden Blush apples 70c Silfc Tomatoes 60c 60c Brlces for peaches, apples nnd tomatoes nro for five eighth of a bushel, ns ngnlnst half bushel bas kets used In the stores. Danger to which American bovs "over there" nre often exposed, even when not In battle. Is Indicated In a letter from Harrv W Orav, a private In Comrnv H, 103d t'nlted States r.nglneers, to a friend In Phllailclnhli. Before entering tb4 service Gtav was connected with the advertising department of the Ledgers IT. l. 1. .., . ... ,1- .,... ,.. M ,tl.. fr, In n.f1lnv j "l "' "'"' C-IIJ-C VHIII. 1HIIII llll- thought to be backed by the Kaiser, who r?'m11,j"'. clBt cry "centlj-but let wanted American Manns to , be infill-1 .-one' morning about 10 an S O S c til in.-u u inu leuiuii "it"""-"""'. . mnie from the mtlrm ivirtv nsklnrr for a detail to bring up the eats The boehe I were shelling the road heavllv Mj corporal nnd three of us went down The Fhlp .bore evidences of the battle. forjONer the telephone if be could obtain a its decks had been swept by shell fire marrlago license for the person calling, and amidships and just above the water, ne assured his questioner that he could. line was a s awning hole, made by one of tho submarine s shells. Shell Shatters Plates. It penetrated the steel plates of the freighter and exploded. The Injured sailor in the hospital Is Bene Albengo, who was making bis first trip to Ame.rlci He received i-everc wounds In his light thigh, but will re co er. Details of the bnttlo between tho big freighter and the submersible were to day glvin to in v ni odklals by the ship's captain and ciew. The infoimatlon will bo foi wauled to commanders of patrol boats in New nngland waters On Tuedav when the freighter was skirting the New Lngl.ind shore, a Ger man suhm.iilnc came to the surface. "It was ,i monster craft for a sub- k ., Ir jnnlication was made before 1 marine," !-.ilcl ono of tho freighter's j 0.cloct jn tle afternoon, ho said, the ofllceis, "and beforo wo could get our I uccllb0 tou'd he delivered to the appli- guns nun action me ucrman commanuer . tallt al 4 o'clock the i-ame day. opened nic. Asked if he could guarantee that tne applicant's name and the name of his i bride-to-be would not be publibhcd In the newspapers, Mr. Lewis said he could. .Ills fee for securing the licence would ' bo $8, ho taid. Would Xttend in i: entiling. I Mr. Lewis was asked it his prospective client should bilng a 'gift" to him to be given to the newspaper men "covci ing" the mairiagc llm-uso huieau. I "No." be lcplled, "I will take care of ever) thing" He said all that would be necessary for his piovpectlve client would be to call with the piospectlve bride at his olllees in the Conimeiclal Trust Building It would not be necessary for the appli cants to visit tho license huieau in per Two Heavy Oun FINED BAKEBS ABE WABNED "His crew operated two guns of heavy nnKVn rnn fnftt ft rl nnd ntin dft AlIP I gunnel's ictuined tho fire and in less . Told Not to Go to Other Shops than thice minutes a genuine sea battle was In progress. "Wo tiled to escape, but It took more than three hours to shake off the fight ing sea-rat. The Ucrman clung hard, hut. fortunately, we escaped him. Moie than 200 shols were fired, and our gun fire was so accurate that he must have been damaged. AVhen the German ceased firing, we. were confident fhat one of our shells had Indicted a death wound, but wo did not stop to investigate, for It does not pay to take chances with Fritz. "During the engagement flying splint ers, bits of Iron and shell fragments: were scattered over tho ship, and many of our crew sustained Injuries." It is believed that the submersible in this battle was the one that had been operating on the Grand Banks. TRUCK WRECKS BUILDING Family Narrowly Escape Death in West Girard Avenue Seveial persons narrowly escaped death today when a motortruck, going at a rapid rate, crashed into the printing establishment and home of. Hdwin 11. Pancoast, 428 West Girard avenue, and wrecked the building. Groping his way through dust and debris. Pancoast ran to'the secoujd floor of the building and carried hra wife and baby to the street. While he was rescuing them, a policeman went to the third floor nnd carried Pancoast'a mother, Mrs. Amelia Pancoast, who was seriously 111. safely from the building. When the crash was inevitable the driver of the truck saved his life by Jumping to the street. The truck belonged to the Llncom Furniture Company. It was going east In Girard avenue below Fifth street. At Lawrence street the driver attempted to make a qulck,turn and the crash followed. for Trade Supplies The fact that certain bakers through out the State who have been ordered to close their establishments for defined periods for violations of the baking regu lations havo purchased bread from other bakers and dlsttlbuted It nmong their own customeis nas led to this state ment by Howard Heinz. Federal food administrator for Pennsylvania: "Wen a baker Is oidcied to close h must discontinue business entirely, both tho baking and distribution of bread and not reopen cither branch of his business "until after the teimlnation of the period for which ho has been closed. "Violation of the order will result In a considerable extension of the period for which the baker has been closed. If not In revocation of his license for the term ol the war." Girl's Third Suicide Effort Fails Florence Goldberg, nineteen, Dickinson street near Sixteenth, this city, attempt ed suicide for the third time in Camden, swallowing poison In front of the Cam den armory, Haddon avenue She was taken to the 'Cooper Hosjiltal barely in time to save her life. About a month ago sho tried to kill herbelf In the same way at tho same place and ten davs ago made another attempt. The true Free Masons of tho United 1 States do not desire to aid In bringing about any kind of peace except such a one ns shall meet the full approval of the Government ot the United States," said George F. Moore, sovereign grand commander of the supreme council, southern Jurisdiction Scottish Bite Mas ons. Ho added the Americans will not be piopagandlsts It niaj be said that there Is general agreement hero with tho statement of General March that the war will end next seal, provided America puts its whole soul Into tho task and accom plishes the nmbltloUH war power sched ule already projected. GEB1YIANT0WN HOSPITAL AIDED Bequest of $15,000 in Will of Helen M. Hathaway V A bequest of $15,000 to tho German Frnnklin Square. Hospital, Baltimore, and to the M.ujland Society foi the Prevention ot Ciuelt to animals form a Jiart of the will of Helen Maiv Hath away Giatnin, 155 West Walnut lane, Germantnwn The will includes n niimbei of private bV-quests and finally provides that am bulance left from the $8(1,000 estate shall be divided between Johns Hopkins 1'nlvcrsity and .Tnhns Hopkins Hospital Legacies of $500 each .11 e left to the V W. C. A. of Philadelphia and Glen Mills School in the will of Kliznhelh Cuthberl Gillespie, who died in Ken wood S.initaiium. Chestnut Hill. August 1.'. The lomalndei of the $50,000 goes to relatives of the descendant Other wills probated todav were those of Alwlne Lelpe, 1243 Palmer street, which, In pilvntc bequests, disposes of pioperty valued at $4125. William A McCroiy, 1432 North Felton htieet. $2200 ; Zcne Cope, 5035 North Tenth street, $6800, and A. William Glasbinlre, 725 West Girard avenue, $2735 BATH IN B1TTENH0USE SQUABE Tony Sought Rheumatism Cure ami Goes to Jail Tony Boco has the rheumatics. He has 'em bad , Tony also has a sjmpathetle friend, who suggested that the aristocratic waters of the pond in Itlttenhouse Square would cure that rheumatiz "I'll try It." said Tony, and he limped painfully around to tho sacred squaie from his home at 13th and Mar ket streets. Ten minutes later, Guard Conrath, summoned by an astounded woman, hauled Tony out of the pond, dripping as to clothes, but hopeful the 'cure would work. .,,.,.. Tony not having $7 50, Magistrate i-tcvenson sent him to the county prison for ten days. , Tony Is eager to see that sympathetic friend. basket were much larger. Already a number of requests nave been received for the establishment of curl markets at other points In the cltv," said Food Administrator Cooke Tho food administration Is Just as eager to establish them as the people are to have them, and they will be put Into running order Just ns foon as wo find tho desire for thrm is genuine The mar ket will be kept clean nnd In good con-1 dltlon and the produce will be Inspected by tho official food Inspectors so Chat patrons nmv know they are receiving tho best possible." rations were on the far side of a shelled village, about a mile from the trenches We took n small path about thirtv feet from the load We moved as fast as possible and Hopped on our stomachs much faster Just before we reached the rations we had to pass the rond Wc had no sooner got on It than n shill cune whistling aiong. We flopped down quickly and It exploded about .twelve feet frorii us, I could hardly hear for an hour afterward and my mouth was filled with dirt for two hours. We picked our selves up and broke all previous records for the hundred- aril dash. Finally wo got back to the lines with the rations "We have had gas from the bocho for stretches of five hours at a time 'I hat necessitates wearing the gas mask and, believe me, that sure Is mlsei." Gray said the American soldier qulckl adapts himself to conditions and is highly optimistic, legardless of sur roundings. A mattress, he said, was ,1 real luxury. But thero's lots ot fun to bo had when the situation Is not serious, he writes, and "leave It to the Amerl r.in bovs to get It." Don t forget to send ino tne i.ecigcrs, Gray requested, 'as I want to Know what's going on In tne goou mi ll. S A." ROOFING . MATEBIALS I D. BEBOEB CO.. SO N. D STBEET Main 40O0 Market 654 TROY TRAILERS INCREASE MOTORTRUCK EFFICIENCY Troy Trailer Co.' 5 N. 21st St. rit ""H Adding Machines One-Hand Control This feature of tho INTER NATIONAL ADDING MACHINE is not possessed by other makes. Requires only right hand to operate. GiuntainPensh TTEDlbVbURtiAND I ALL MAKES REPAKSD I tfG.Nichol.yW I Cfor Weterman 6 Peng I D SOUTH IOThstJ WARNER TRAILERS Two qnd Four Wheel Type Vl Ton to 7. Ton Capacity IMMEDIATE DELIVER JOHN W. ADAMS, Di.tributor ' 1427 Melon-Street Not only baskets, tnit children's wag ons, baby carriages, flour sacks, auto mobiles, suitcases, and when all these failed, aprons and hats were brought Into use by the thousands of household ers who today patronized rhlladclphla'j first official "curb market" on College avenue west of Bldge avenue. Big, luscious tomatoes; apples of many varieties; pi.ulies, pears, white potatoes, peppers, lettuce, cucumbers, sweet corn, eggpl int. beets, parsnips cantaloupes nnd pirsle all fresh and tempting were Included In the array. Long bcfoic 7 o'clock the funnels' wagons, full of vigf tables and fruits had innged themselves about the curb, and nlmost that earlv the patrons began to fllo itcross tho squaie with Inskets and bags Before 1 o'clock the supplies of sweetcorn and green vegetables were ex hausted, though the fruits, tomatoes and cantaloupes weic birtcred throughout moU of the da Market Ih .Sucre- In the opinion of the fond inspectors nnd members of the local food adminis tration, the first curb market to be es tabllshed In a oltj of tho first class Is a decided success Both men and women came from all Fectlons. some out of eiirlnsltv. ntlicis keeking hirgalns and all of them, c-pec Lilly those who came cailv, stopped to bu KstahllMicd under the co-operative di rection of the fedeinl food administration and cltv authoilties to eliminate the middle nun and thus give the consumers vegetables and fiuits freh .'-om the countrv at lower prices tint, the corner grocer charges, the market today proved Its worth A prettv joung matron exhibited a heaping basket of bright red apples as she explained she had paid only 50 cents for them "Downtown I have bad to pav 70 to 75 cents fur niH'es such as these," she said. "Ves, 1 tlllnk things are cheaper here And best lot all, they nre fresh and firm You .don t have to wotry about how long they have stood In the basket 01 shop .lust look In there" nnd sin? pointed to her neighbor s basket heaped with glossy green pcppcis. "Aren't they fine? .She pild ten cents a dozen for them, and ou pay at least twice that downtown Tomatoes at the RIGHT OF WAY LEASED Puhlic Service Railways Co. Takes Over Gloucester Franchise To facilitate the transportation of employes In the Pusey and Jones Shlp 5 aril, Gloucester, and the New York Shipbuilding Company nrd, Camden, the Kmergency Fleet Hallway Company, a subt'dlary of the Lmergcnc Fleet Corporation, has leased Its holdings, con sisting of a right of way In Gloucester, to the Public Service Hnllwas Com pany. The Public Service Company win con struct a trollev line to connect w Ith Its existing life In Gloucester. The Junc tion will be made at Broadway and Warren street The lease Is for the duration of the war and six months after. The Public Service Companv has the right to pur chase the leased property after the war. PRIESTS GO TO CAMP Will Go Into Training in South for Work as Chaplains Flvo priests left yesterday for south ern camps to take the course of train ing required in order Jo gain a chap plaln's commission in the arm Those who went vesterdny wero the ltes Josenh A Haves. St Ldward the Con- fessoi ; Ldwaid Lyng, St. Francis of Asslsi ; John Lorenz, All-Saints, Brldes burs: John Campbell, Corpus Chrlstl, nnd John Fcahy, Holy Infancj, South Bethlehem. All hut tho last-named will begin training tomorrow at Camp Zailnry Tajlm, near Louisville Father Feahy will go to the nvlatlon field at Fair field, O Auto Collision Fatal to Man Charles Stumm, twcntv-nlne jears old, 2036 Latimer street, died early to day In Cooper Hospital of Injuries which he received In an automobile collision Stumm, who was driver of a truck of the Crane Ice Cream Company, collided with another truck at Broadwav and Ferrv- avenue. Camden, and was thrown out and his skull fractured. He leaves a widow and five children BaileyBanks andBiddleCo. Watches Dependable Timepieces Gold or Silver Wrist Watches Designed to be worn by Airmen Doctors Nurses Motor Truck Express ,- cr-v SMM4BI& jT gHiP BV "ftOTOR'TRlJGK- SAVES TI Mfc Notice of Removal Laurents formerly 1308 Chestnut St. are now located in their New and Larger Quarters 914 Chestnut Street Opening Hour. 10 A. M. OBERHOLTZER PHILA. and NEW YORK EXPRESS CO., INC. 1611-29 N. REFSB ST.. 1'IIIT.ADFI PniA 1KS.B8 W. 15TII ST.. NKW YORK rhtla. rhnnrti Kens. 344 1 I'nrk 1B4S t. Y, rhonec Farratut 3100-3707 DAILY SERVICE $n I.2.3J4 & 5 Tons lippiNCOTT Motor Cq MOTORTRUCKS 2120 Market St Guaranty INTERNAL GEAR -DRIVE UNIT Lippincott Motor Cq MOTOR TRUCKS ZISO MARKET STREET Finances 'Arranged In any amount on additional bulldlnga for rrponlblo manufacturing concerns anyn-liera In metropolitan 1'lilladelphla vicinity. .Communicate promptly. a 2:0. LKDOEH office: meats WHOLESALE Rump Roait American Steak Chuck Roast Rib Roast 20 Rump Steak Sirloin Steak Round Steak 30 Headquarters for Fish and Sea Food umwniH I II A WOT 10: South " LEAVES l-llir. I)KI.I-III FOB New York I Dallv 1 I". M Hnlllmnre I D.illv ., P M Wilmington I Dally 5AM -htor I Dallv fl A M Harttmr I Hun Weil Frl .BAM TaMcm I Men Wed . Trl n A M Allntnwn, I Mon Weft . Trl S. A M PMhlehr ni I Mon . Wed , Krl ,0AM RF.TURNS TO nlll.A. FROM New York 1 Dally : 1. St. llaltlmorn I Dally 5 P. M. VVIImlnnon I Dally 12 Noon l-henter I Dally 3 P. M Beading I Mon Wed Frl 6 P M. Faalon I Mon VVVd Frl .IP M. Allenlown I Mon. Wed Frl. 1 P M. Ilrthlchem I Mon Wed . Frl . I P M. SPECIAL KEDUCEI) HATES ON FULL TRUCK LOADS FOR BALANCE OF SUMMER Shipment transferred at New Tork for Boston, Bridgeport, New Haven and other New Knrland points. Motor Trucks for rent lor all kinds ot haulins, lo cludinc coal, sand, erael and general merchandise. Be&itt-RGtchGrTraTiSiTKrtationG). Foplar 6400 Opcrntlnc Over 60 Five-Ton White Trucks Write or phone (or new Kate Cards rark 9 m ;DALSIMER STANDARD SHOESI m WOMEN'S MEN'S r Cfa&J)0Al4L SXMWS Women's SfL? Men's The Season's Newest and Best Styles This is today's cost of manufacture, if we were to duplicate the style and splendid quality of these models -PLEASE NOTE- Three Days More! for this End-of-the-Season Reduction Sale of Z"' PERRY SUITS for Spring and Summer Wear (formerly $20 to $45) $40 and $45 Suits! Bin Original Value $35 Suits Big Original Value $28 and $30 Suits l Big Original Value $25 Suits Big Original Value $20 Suits Big Original Value NOW $32.00 and, $35.00 now $28.00 $22.00 and $24.00 NOW -I now j $19.00 now j$ 16.50 In the Interest of Conservation, wc will w Onhl ONE OF THESE SUITS to a CUSTOMER! fl When you can't find the Suit you want elsewhere, come out to this Perry Reduction Sale. We had the goods this season, had them right, and had them at reg ular prices that made them re markable values. We can't re place them to sell at the prices they were all season, and yet we are reducing them and letting . you in on tne saving. Fine selections and extra big sizes! :r Big Values in Tropical-Weight Suits! Palm Beach Suits $7.50, $9, $13.50, $15 Mostly large sizes at $7.50 & $9 ' , "Breezweve" Suits $10 and $12 Mohair Suits, $12 to $25 ' 10 o'clock is our opening hour Closed all day Saturday as usual .v SlaUimet The Big Shoe Store 1204-06-08 Market Street Extra Special! $6.50 and $7.50 Striped Worsted and Striped Flannel Outing Trousers, Now $5 and $6 Closed Daily at S P. M. Saturdays at One P. M, During August PERRY & C6. "N. Bl 6th. & Chestnut ?., 1 if,, 11 v'Ci rrisFiATm HHBir MHdKriMdH JHBSlR1-,;l',-lJLcZii 1 " .! 6"L'"'"" ' '.!?!5BllB- ' SSfiiaaHBB aHJL.J iVik'