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tENINfe PUBLIC' WWmtiVBlA.; THURSDAY,
SEPTEMBER 1, 1921
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10 BOMB ALABAMA
1Y NIGHT AITACKS
Will Bo Carriod Out Undor War
Conditions as Nearly A
SEPT. 15, PROBABLE DATE
The bombing by army aviators of
the old 12.000-ton battleship Alabama,
wMch bos been turned over to the- latin"
itrrl" by tho navy, will ba a scrlcsrof
nljit attacks carried out ns nearly as
noeslblo under war conditions, with tho
ild of aerial flares and star shells that
were such a familiar sight on tho west
ern front In the last war.
rrk. .win Mr according to an an-
nouncoment from Washington, is at
ont planned to mao piaco aoouc
r.rc8.C.i. 'I in nrnlinhlv off ilio Vlrelnlfl
nines, where tho ox-German warships
-''.. i. .1...tn Turin nml Tlllv.
The new "ocrial flares" perfected by
rmv engineers have more than 200,000
fondle power and nrc nttachcU to n silk
Suite enabling them tojfloat for
some time, nnd tho will to srlk, of tho
Parachute reflcefs tho light downward
on tho target, which Is said to be a
liiatcrlal aid to tho attacking airmen.
The flares nro many times larger than
any similar illumlnant used during tho
The Army Air Scrvico bad hoped
to Imvo tho condition of tho Alabama as
nearly like her actual condition for
action as powlble. They wished tho
Navy to fit her with rndlo control llko
the Iowa, put ammunition In her maga
zines nnd steam in her boiler, in fact
to fit her with all tho dangerous po
tcntlalltles of action and battle, except
a crew to man and defend her.
The Navy- Department could not do
this, ns it involved an expense run
ning Into the hundreds of thousands,
the condition of the ship demands n
complete overhaul to fit her for sea nnd
the naval appropriations arc cut to tho
bono for tho most necessary adminis
tration. Tho Alabama is now tied up at tho
Philadelphia yard awaiting instructions
from the army nir scrvico ns to the dis
position of tho ship. Officials hero
have received no information ns to tho
actual timo of tho bombing nnd have
not yet stripped the old battleship of
any of the valuable brass and bronze
fittings and machinery that mny be
worth salvaging before she Is destroyed.
Tacony Police Seize Home-Brew
Police of the Tncony station con
fiscated a quantity of mnsh, n barrel
of home-brew and an alleged still in an
old shed near Crnig street nnd Solly
avenue, Holmesburg, last night. Dan
iel Wilson, colored, or that nddress,
was arrested and after a hearing before
Magistrate Carson In Central Station
today will be turned over to tho prohi
bition enforcement authorities. Cap
tain of Police Kcnncy, who had been
informed of the ttill, headed the raid.
Charges That Qon-ln-Law Is Guilty
John Bart House, of 2M5 North
Ncwkirk street, was committed to Jail
yesterday in default of $800 ball by
Magistrate Clark, of Norrlstown, on a
chargo of bigamy, preferred by bis
mothcr-in-lnw, Mrs. Jano Urannlgan,
of 1120 East Susquehanna avenue, this
Mrs. Urannlgan charges that Rouse,
whoso first wlfo xhc says is living and
not divorced, married her daughter Eliz
abeth Inst April. The llccnso wns ob
tained in Norrlstown nnd the mnrrlngo
ceremony wns conducted by tho Rev.
Harry W. llright, pastor of the Re
formed Church of tlio Ascension, ml
Joining tho Courthouse in Norrlstown.
It is snlil that the first Mrs, Kouso,
has been in the Philadelphia General
Hospital a long time.
COIN 6,000,000 DOLLARS
Philadelphia Mint Devotes .Month
Exclusively to 8llver '"Cartwheels"
During tho month of August coinage
nt tho Philadelphia Mint wns restricted
to silver dollars which totaled 0,000,000
pieces. This is 1,710,000 more pieces
than Vcro coined In any preceding
months this year.
The Philadelphia Mint Is still run
ning exclusively on Rilvcr dollnrs to re
place tho pieces which vcro melted
under the Plttman act nnd to date has
coined in excess of 20.000,000 pieces.
Present rnte is from 205.000 to 280,000
dollars per day, nnd in view of tho
weight of tho dollar n benvy tonnngc is
Involved. Tho director of tho Mint has
not consigned nny recent purchnses of
silver to this city, but tho Mint has
enough silver on hnnd to carry it prob
ably to tho end of tho year nt tho
present ratq of production.
Thero ,is no demand for subsidiary
coins nt the present time. In fact there
is a steady flow of silver back to the
Mint from the various Fedcrnl Reserve
banks which have taken over tho func
tions of tho sub-treasuries.
HOLD "FRAT" BANQUET
Phi Sigma Chla' Close Convention
Here Meet In Ohio In 1922
A three-day convention of the Phi
Sigma Chi Fraternity held In tho Add-
Cliia Hotel closed last night with a
anquct. E. J. Cattcll, City Statisti
cian, -was tho principal speaker. The
coastmastcr was Richard Ziun, of this
At a business meeting held earlier
in the day it was decided to hold the
next convention nt Cedar Point, O.
Thu following officers were elected :
President .T. M. P. Cnrr, of Dcnnlbon,
O. ; vico president, Dewey Pcnlcr.
Dover, O. ; treasurer, .7. F. Kiger, Lan
caster, U. ; statistician, Harold Jlur
dock, Philadelphia; historian, Vic La
Duo, Toledo, O. ; editor-in-chief of
Chapter Hull, Ron McOrcudy, East
urange, is. .i.
Leaps Off Brooklyn Bridge to Death
Now York, Sept. 1. A man in
whose coat wore found papers indicat
ing he was Oscar Norlin. of Rnltlmorc.
committed suicide yestcrdny by jumping
irom urooKiyn linage. Harbor police
were unnblo to recover the body.
3 ARE OVERCOME
IN LOCUST ST. FIRE
Dense Smoko Too Much for
Flromen in $S0,000
Three firemen wcro overcome in a
Maze which burned the second nnd third
floors df the garage of the Locust Auto
Supply Company, 1411 Locust street.
Inst night. Automobile accessories
Btorcd in tho basement nro believed to
have been badly damaged by water.
Lors is estimated nt nbout SuO.OOO.
Clouds of smoke from the hullilln?
nttrncted crowds from the ccntrnl sec
tion of tho city and drew guests of
the Rellcvuo-Strntford to their windows
to watch the firemen.
The fire wns discovered by Frnnk
Curler, an employe, who found the
first floor filled with smoke when lie
returned from taking a innchlne to the
The flnmes spread rapidly. Within n
Bhort time after tho alarm tho first
thrco floors of tho bulldlnir were, hiirn.
lng. Tires valued at ."520,000 are be
lieved to have been destroyed.
Tho firemen ovcrcomo are M. A.
Dugnn nnd L. O. Coleman, of Truck
No. 0. nnd John Brown, Negro, Engine
No. 21. Within an hour the firo was
YOU will nnd hero tho largest stock In
this city of Commercial Stationery and
general ofrfco requirements.
Pens, pencils, Inks, mucilage, erasers,
fountain pens, stick files, clips, pins,
Our Fountain Ten Department Is nt your
service for cleaning, repairing and filling
orany Information you desrrc.
WKen you want Commercial Stationery,
vnu want it r (tnt away nnu you n '
everything you want in Block at
WILLIAM MANN COMPANY
529 MARKET STREET
New York Offices: 261 Broadway. Founded in 18ii
check its spread
Protect tho rest of tho
family by using a disin
fectant which is 45
times stronger than tho
U. S. Public Heatth Service
Standard. Use It In the slck
room for washing tho things tha
For personal hygienm
cuts, wounds, douches
Bylphc-Nathol Is Invaluable.
Drug and dept. stores. Four
sites 16c to S1.2S. TheSulpho
Napthol Co., Boston.
Destroy germ life
Harper's Ferry Excursion
RCKNIC POINT Til "KB STATKN
Sunday, Sept. 4
$3.50 Round Trip
I'lm B wnr tax
Get Ticket Early
sPFPlAl TRA1M lave Philadelphia 8:00 A.M.
Or JCA1L, 1 Illl Eastern Standard Time
lictt.rnlnir, Bpeclul Train Mill Leave Harper's Kerry 8:30 I. SI.
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At Philadelphia Nash Motor Co.
Salesrooms: 901 N. Broad St.
GIER TUARC STEEL WHEELS
EASTERN RIM & WHEEL CO., Tuarc Distributors
10 S. 18th St. "K Philadelphia
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STORE OPENS DAILY 0 A. MCLOSES AT 5 P. M.
STIIUnSIlAY, BKI'TUMIIKK 1. 1021.
ENTIRE BLOCK- MARKET I I & IS STREETS k
Our 1072d Friday Bargain Sale
Men's Solid Qold Cuff
Buttons K1 AZ
t A AJ
nrr. rfs.OO I'nlr,
Several sizes i
plain Roman tyle.
Cigarette Cases 33c
Ilea;. $1.00 in 4 yd. Vrl. '
Short ends from our regular stock
and accumulations from our recent
sales. Lencths from 'A to 3 'A yards,
Cream White Wool
Itejr. COc d. 1'rl.
Flannel 1 An
Itejr. 20r jd. I'rl
A trood wolirlit
Pencil Tablets iqc
Lisle Stockings KHr
. 1.00 tinlr. 1'rl. WW
and out sizes, with
All first quality.
Men's Genuine Panama
Hats 2 7Z
He. 5.00 end.. Frl. V'VO
Good quality Panama Hats ; also
Leghorn Huts. First Floor
near. I.!SO encli. Frl. -v
Uluo serge tarns with U. S. rlhbon
bands. First Floor
He. $1.00 eiieh. Frl. UW
All laco trimmed. A fine assort
ment, made with collars attached.
Keg. 33c enrli. Frl.
Low nick ; sleeveless
bodice Btyles. Seconds.
band top and
Children's Cotton Ribbed
Keg. 2Sc. Trl. 3 for -,vv
Low neck , sleeveless style.
Bneelnl Frl. I'rlee. dor.
Also composition hook?.
Keir. OBc A K1.2.1 yd. Frl. I'rlee "
30-Inch widths, mostly dark grounds
witn colored dots, in lcngtnH rrom 1 "
to 4 vardi First Floor
Lace Flouncings CJ 3Q
Kpeclnl Frl. I'rlee, d. 1,U
In white or ecru. Mostly short
lengths, from 2 to B yards. 'In 3C-lnch
widths. Values up to $2 00 yd.
Keg. 2(lc racli. Frl.
Waterproof School Bags
Hpecliil Frl. I'rlee, eu.
Strong, well-made bags.
Keg. f 1,35 fftclu Frl.
1800 hcaUtlful scarfs, trimmed '
with fine, heavy quality Imported!
isii met ana cotton uiuny laco n
Hotnn with llnpn centers. Mnny
terns: sizes 18x45 Inches nnd 1!
Inches. First 11
ttmtw Oft- 11.1. ?- wT-
Mercerized Ilslo socks In blnck, vrhtl
nnd cortiovnn Kim quality, aiso
black mercerized socks with maco split
soles IrregUlnrs. First Floor
Men's Union Suits
Hperfnl Frl. I'rlee, eneh v w
Lawrence whlto gnuzo cotton union
suits with short sleoves. and knc
lengths. Seconds of SI. 60 grnde.
Women's Long Silk
Ile. I.2B I'nlr. Frl. 1VR.W
IC-hutton-length Milanese silk gloves
in wnite. Hizes u anil is ',5.
Women's White Sateen
Keg. HI.no rnrli. Friday UtV
Silky ciunllty sateen petticoats fin
ished with rutlled flounces or scalloped
bottoms. Second Floor
House Dresses C1 QE
K A SJ
Iteg. 2.0II eneh
In neat checks and
Keir. 4.00 Fair. Frl.
Pink coutll correts In three styl
one medium bust and two girdle top
models. Good size range.
Keg. S5.00 1'ulr. 1'rl.
Your choice of white
and gray; splendid heavy quality with
soft wool finish nap Pink and blue
borders. SIzo 72x80 Inches
Bed Sets Cft QZ
Ileir.IIIl.80.et. Frl. P0.7J
Consisting of one snowy white satin
finish spread with scalloped edge and
cut corners nnd bolster throw to
match Full size First Floor
Mercerized Table Damask
Keg. 1.25 jd. Frl.
Bleached: splendid heay
quality with a permanent satin luster
yurus ivwp, in uetiuiuui jmucrua
Will gle excellent service
Furniture & Bedding Specials
$50.00 3-Pie.ce Fibre-Craft, Summer
Living Room Suits, $19.75
v. t. v VI i i ia
d a 5iN tM;
$150,000 STOCK IN
A SURPRISE SALE
Surprising Values at Surprising Prices
A truly extraordinary opportunity for the general public
j EaxB and e,ectric fixtures nt prices less than heretoforo
paid by builders. This is a reorganization sale involving n
gigantic stock worth $1.10,000. Every article we offer is
r -u y ""to'tlato " construction, design, material and
iintsn. Your opportunity for great savings is truly n won
derful one. The prices of the fev items listed here are fairly
representative of nil our generous reductions. Remember
our name and number WORLD l'J NORTH 9TII.
Keg. 08c enrli, Frl. wr
Of lingerie cloth, laco trimmed.
Life Guard Bathing Suits
Keg. JJ.7S rnch. Frl. Q" s
Cornpleto with whtto $LLo
woolen sIppvpUss shirts, blue flannel
trunks nnd uhlto belt. Third Floor
Children's Bathing Suits
iteg. s.uo enrli. Frl. mm
Sweattr-w.ivo bathing suits I uC
in arlous colors. Suitable for girls
or boys Third Floor
Men's Cotton Bathing
Her. 3.00 curb. Frl. 7 0
ArVrll-made suits of good heavy qual
ity i otton In the Pacific Coast style,
with trunk and trousers knit In one.
Men's Sweater Coats
Keg. 5.00 each. Frl. rt -y p
Well-made sweaters with PO.dU
purp worsted race and merino yarn
back. Shawl collar or V-neck ntyle.
Sizes 36 to 46 Third Floor
Majestic Rib Cord Tires
Speclul Frl. I'rlee, en, C ") A
SIzo 35x5 inches. A high- pOU
grad,. tire Third Floor'
Red Pure Rubber Tubes
Special 1'rl. I'rlee, each
Size 30x3'i inches.
45-inch, quartered oak.
plank top, G-foot extension table floor samples to be closed out at
this amazingly low price.
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How Many Objects in the Picture Start With the Letter "R"?
A The above picture contalna a number of objects beginning with th ! "n t . j . . ..
W, and.jrpa will And all kind, of .thing, whose n.'me? b3n wl"h thrteternT- J"ke.. SSSL"00 "' .?leb"
nwd L him th. nl,lN. .,..M. . m.i.. . ii.V"." .. .Y . ".'. ".r " "ninini u nutlrn. You don't nm
answer having thS larect and nearci't eoreet ll.t of w,'rf. ni7i"".Z,0 It" ' nd Tf .th dpwn. Th.
- """". juk unw; scconu von, second priM, etc.
This mub'nillccnt set of
in bo appreciated only when
Kegular price $50,
SO a WS
A " A?-f .-
snv , "U'tabl. for
.?' Price. $8.50
Extends G in.
for your livinjr room,
$ C.50 Kcgulnrly
al Hk7 $10.00.
wllli oiitllt. tins or rice, in"
dlmneteri 7" derm II" holder.
American Beauty Electric Iron SE. 9 5
HiL f A HKOl'I.AU 0.00 ITl'.M "1
PnV) ranioiin All Over the I'nlteil ritutts MM
gWtk Complete With Cord. r
Above Are Only a Few of Our Manu Hundreds of liarnatna
World Gas & Electric Fixture Co.
tlft N Qlli 0ur " "nd 0n'U Comer Store
V lintel 1 1 OpenEvenlngs During Sale
cnarge for packing out'Of-town orqers, sue
OBSERVE THESK RTTT.FS
1 An penon rwldlns outtldt of 8C ral who
li DJlul employee, or teltUf. of ny eraployee of
the Mlnniaou I'm Co, mi; submit su mnjwer.
It msu nothing to try.
S AU torvrars must b mined br Sept !4th,
S itmn h-ild t. written on one ride of the
piper onl, and nutnbived 1, 2. 3, etc. Write
your fill ntine iul tddrui on etch pue In the
uptr rlrnt hand romor If )ou deelro to write
injUilnr eler, lue a trpirat. ihect.
OnJr mrnli found In the Kntlleh dictionary
will M rounud. Do not iue oWtw wordi Vin
elUicr the alntulir er plural but wtiere the plural
Is UKd ! suiitilar cannot l counted, and Tlce
5. Worda of the same epelllni can he need only
on", arm tnnudi uted to deAiaate dlfferant ob
cw. In oWon can be namnreoly oste. How
trer, any part of Uie objoct may aleo t namd
6. r)o not uie romiaund words, oe any word
forme.1 ty the combination of two or more win
Plete Hncllsti woriU, wtisre eacti word In lu.lt
Is a separata object.
T The answer harlni the larirat and narit
correct list of names of Tltlble odimu shown In
Uie picture Uiit besln with the letter ,U" will b
awarded flrsl prlte. etc Keatncaa, tjl, or hand
wriunj hare no beartnj upon dvlrtlns Uie wlnnera
I. undldates mil co-operate In aruwerlns U.e
puulf, but only one prize wiu be awarded to any
one bousohold, nor will prliea be awarded to mere
uian one of any group ouuide of Uie family where
two or more bare been norkln toatther
9 In the tunt of Uee. Uie full amount of Uie
pnre IU be paid rial trios cuaueunL
10 Three well-known boelncu raeu rutins no
connccUon with the MlnnesoU Ten Co , will judxe
the answers submitted and award the prtset They
will use Webster's New InuimaUonal dlnlonary
at their reference, l'artlctpanu tirea to acwpt
Uie dec Hon of the rudsea as final and coucluUie
The followliis men bars atreed to set as ludiea of
tills unique competition:
w: L' .Utn. Cuhler Prduc ichan(e
Bank, at. Paul.
o.",..a,.8ll"'Uer,,d' Tteaaurer Orere Ati, Aieney,
St. Paul w"
Wm. lleckroth. Kamier, Hudson Road. St Paul.
II. All aniwera will recede the same consider
ation resarrileai of whether or not an order for a
Minnesota Fountain Pen has been sent In.
12. The announcement of Uie prtie winners and
the correct list of words will U printed at Uie
close of Uie contest and a copy mailed on or
herore OcL 23th to each person purcsiaalnr a itln.
ossou J'ountalu Pen.
COSTS? NOTHTNn TO TI?V
rfn1ii!l'HtaI?..ru.,if' .'.V" ' Pirt 0( ' Publicity plan to set mora weocle ae.
quslnted wlUi the SllnneaoU Fountain Pen. Itiousindi of folk. YnP l.ifl
ioodTint.'!? i."' $ST " ,d"xi1 'twaehV.. youi ry or tlrl wtll nitaf
fiSiiT w?i8.fni nr. n.ot "' Ulcm Mtnnesou You and th. whnl!
The Easy Writing Fountain Pen
i soa. uut you do not nsed to buy a pen In order to win a prlz. uu
HERE IS HOW TO WIN
Word, h.0.!..1lral,7 ?' o"'l. d see who can Cnd Ul. most -II"
UlTlHen Jo,rr2m S.' fP.rn,d.f.0.u '"" "' l"'4 Minnesota Vow.
w. r m.tfU. .'." I1?. " h lou would like to win more than ISO 00
erllneiSn1l.,S'00"'!,f.WI.,pc,,l """ du,ln " bl toosSr an"sd.
If your ift Si f.n.'.0.;."'i'U,',r who purcliues a Mlnnewla Kounuln Pi
"toltVt,$$'uXu'i u " u,luston?I.,;
Mail Your List nnd Rcmiltance Early
betU w.',"1.!! JISL1,rt ' """ W"J' nJ remltunrs for the p th,
iXi.l rf,fenk"nd"'1 "'i " Poetomc. money order bank draft MniJ!
w"d tofauiSi T.T",a,ii "Joi MD', "'"". ' best and".sfe.ris
otrcel L.' "ifltl ,m"' A". V6"' ProfPll Hd. sn1 milled by Insured
$65.00 Oak Buffets,
Plank ton with larcp cnnhnnrds.
drawers for silver and linnn. As
Be Sure to State Style of Pen Wanted
IIIURAUTrr w- ... .t. .. .. . .
-r..,.,., , ... luiiiuin uie uinneeoia youniam
ran to be rerfecUy aaUsfactory If you are not sstls
?K,..w.?,.n " '"'.'t'."' .wl" " I" one that
U sauafactory. lUiely no money refunded afur
r. HM.U... . NIIHIUUWU.
The Minn eaota
eornes In two styles,
ladles' and cenUe
raeu's. In loUi Uie
IJ 00 and 13 00
slrei The peni
pictured here are
our rite dollar
ladles' and nulli.
men's pen The
plcuires shown are
ins actual alte. In
tr d e r I n i sUte
hsUier you wish
fine, medlua er
MINNESOTA PEN CO.
215 West Fourth St. Dept. 175 St. Paul, Minn.
If no If one IS 00
pens are pen Is
1st Prize..$20.00 $300.00
2nd Prize. 10.00 150.00
3rd Prize 5.00 75.00
ith Prize. C.00 50.00
5th Prize C.00 30.00
6th Prizo. 3.00 20.00
7th Prize. 3.00 . 15.00
8th Prize. 3.00 10.00
9th Prize 2.00 10.00
10th to 15th 2.00 10.00
Extra funis Pltturas Free ss
If one 13 oa
at 50c on
1000 Brass Costumers
All finishes: some
with three legs,
Framed Mirrors $14 75
Kev:. K'.'!5 to S2.0 en. Il. V I " U
in toiifd, jiolyhroinc anil other An
IsIihs. Mud0 with Hhaperl topi, noma
al Kourtli Kloor
Revolving- Desk Chairs
perlnl Krl. I'rlrr, en.
Maliojrany flnlah arm
rhalrH for offloo lir- I'jurth Floor
Chiffoniers. . . .
Chiffoniers. . . .
Chiffoniers. . . .
Bureaus to match,
oaT, panel back,
slip seat, French
I . f IS
New Royal Sewing ,
Machines CiC ftft
Heir. K40.SO. r,. PtO.UU
hi-tlrauer tnorlel nutomntlr drop
'h ad. r"ompfti in ovrrj wrij- f'lub
i-'tin 13 wnen orclerltiB Jl 23 weekly.
Liberal allow ,mcr on Ar.ur old machine
when taKcn in ixchnngo
All-Fiber Rugs $1 C 7C
Rear. XSt.nn rnrli. I'rl. P - -
Size 1vl2 feet tlest quality rutrs. In
an unlinilioij selection of patterns and
r"lors I'ourth Floor
Rubber Stair Treads
specinl Trl. Price, t g(
SIzo 61? lnc-he In neat molded
nattirn" .ood nualltv ruhh.r
Heavy Rubber Door Mats
lierf. M.. e li'li. rrl.
S17.0 1. 11 in. heo
$20.00 Bed, $6.95
All Our Discarded Sample
Mattresses and Pillows
Will He Plrtced on Sale Today
at Just One-Half Price
All perfect some very slightly
soiled none huve ever been out of
Only one or two of n kind. Shop
early, ns wo ennnot huve enough
10 mst long.
JXm 1 l I t -- I j
Heavy Rush Rugs
ze Sxl(J ft in BoofJ a)! 1 Jyjy
. r.inr iriinlmi, ,iij, can he lined on
ipoth HidPK Fourth Floor
Rug Borders AQn
Itetr. POr jnl. Krl. XV
.4-111 I. wMtis. in hlRhlv polished
'"""""n enei-is innirni ruiintlty.
HniiB tne.ihur. rn.'iitH Fourth Floor
Jute Velvet Carpet
Heir, fi.-l!, ,,. irl. CI 1 C
-T ir. hen wide itine.it sj) 1 . 1 sj
"' ' ""-'"I l""' niH Kiurth Floor
Sample whiti. enmi i i L. cIh ui '
forniflr prke I. niltid ut f-j
With 2-IthI. ront niious p.ih', imi
ten I-nuh tillers in h..ll( , fot
'lood i'ni.s, tV llUnt ojn,trUl.t,(,n
125 Sample Brass Beds
To Be Sold
I'lHows 59C up to $350
$5.50 up t0 $20
I l - .v. xxjtaI
ML- -fifi i
in ei : !. f
r- e r . . i j- .
1 . .1. s-
Itenr. SJr mill 33o n und . l
' in. lUC 14C
TIlRh - Krn.le h.-drootn ilenlRtia In
m.ulriis H.illn nfnl mneltv Htrlpes n.
.wr (luntz unci i-retonne alnoTnuvalty
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