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I Tfce Ma?'? ?r?r*?OffleUI Heather
Repart?I?rreaal?c cleudine??
We're Back
On the Job >
ready for big busi
ness with a store
full of
Good Merchandise
at Right Prices
Two Store??Oaie Polky
Monty'i Worth or Money Bac';
D. J. Kaufman
1005-07 Pa. A?e.
616 17th St.
HOME .KIM.
PEKFECT SERVICE
ALL PASTIXT IIAKEU
IX Olla 0\?X ?JVF.X?
Our Specialty
STEAKS AND CHOPS
"MARYLAND LUNCH
812 F ST. N.W.
11?* Store Xocr Phjikian Eecommenda.
IniSSeS Experts
?~f SB years esp?rteles. Sperisi trained it
h .%:,:: a .. ?.*? ?. B|saSj I aasSB,
la* GIBSON Co., 1?., ?17 G St.
?T?
LOANS
HORNING
Diamonds. Watches Jewelry
South End o? Higiya-ay Bridge.
Iluwinca? Transacted K*elu?l?ely
l'here>
Take ear? at 12th Street ?nd
l'r?nijti.inla ?venne, for aaat?
??< of HIiikwBT Bridge. One car
ticket rack way.
3;7' on Savings Accounts
UNION SAVINGS BANK
710 Fourteenth Street N.W.
"Oldest Savings Bank in
Washington."
Qasll. ?! Comprny
Opt?me trtataj and Opticians
?'For Better Vision"
Scfeatlf.?? ! -laminai inn.
913 G St. N. W.
??Hotel Ansonia?
73d St.?Broadway?74th St.
?*?> - NEW YORK CITY.
^ ,*?1T EIPRK?.? STATIOX.
MAGXIFK'EXT FIREPItnor IIO
G??.. COXTAIXIXG 1.4O0 HOOM?.
?. . ; ITKD IX THE VERT CKX?
G??? OF TOWS. COXVEXIEXT
rei ALL SHOPS AXD THEA
1F.H*.
Rooms and Bath,
$2.50 per dajr.
For Two Persons,
$4.00 per day.
Caandin a Mene t I* A ree pi ed at
Tati? Hotel Without DUcoant.
GEORGE W. SWEENEY,
Ut?- or Lafayette Hotel. Ha ?Tato.
W.Y. Also of \ letorla Hotel. !f.T.
ANOVER
CJ-VLXX H. ?t?7MR <?*?,
? SB* IwUJ ? LP KI ?.
*2t? and Arc?
1 en" . t
loeaited. ap
to date aae.
?etri* tar
ais h ?d.
Dollar a Oij
r id Op. S ? .'?
nltb h * ? ?.
Table d'H?te
Dlaaer, 50e.
? lu1? Rreakfast, -??<* snd op.
Muele wirst ?Laae?., Dlaaer .mi
Stepper.
Writ? or Wir? Your Reservatloa.
RESORTS.
M ini I. IXD.
River Springs 5ammer Resoti
Beating, bathing and Ashing, week-end parties
. specialty; sixty sail?* from Washington by
otoseofcil* oxer th* finest roada in Maryland.
f yejp ar* loosing for a place to rest ante or
aaono (or particular*, Phone Leonardtown 25 F.ll
L D. BLAKIsTONE. proprvctor. auS-Tt
). C BUSINESS HOUSES
"ORM W. S. S. SOCIETIES
jve Facilities to Employes for Get
ting Stamps as Part Pay.
Substantial progress is being made
? the formation of war savings so
?ieties In the various business house*
< the city hy the District War Sav
13* Committee. These societies have
?roved unusually successful in many
?wsSafl t?1 the ?ale of such govern
neat securities. The plan generally
ollowed in business houses is for the
mployes who desire membership to
?ata*? the caihler jr disbursing oi
5ccr ox* the amount of stamp? for
rhlch they desire to subscribe each
aay day. and thl? amount Is then In
juded In the pay envelope, in lieu
?t an equal ?urn in cash.
{nourishing ?ocietiea are already ,1
?Deration In the following places
lu?* * Co.. Hecht & Co.. Lanaburgh
t Bro.. Washington Ga? Light Com?
?uiy. Potomac Electric Power Co.
?vening Star. Washington Time?,
?fcrlter. Bridget * Co.. Xing'? Palace
*. B. Moses. Woolworth?, National
?lectxical & Supply Co.. Owen ftj
io., RauMMph * t'o., and Evans a Co. '
AUGUST MARK
: FOR AIR MAIL
SERVICE HIGH
Eastern Route Operated
Without Miss, Hitch or
Any Serious Delay.
Durirg? the month of August the ?ir
mail service between Washington.
Philadelphia arni New Tork was con
ducted without a miss. hi loh or seri
ous delay of any character.
The operation* for the month were
perhaps the most remarkable In the
history of aviation. There were
twentyeeven flying days, of which
MS legs of the journey had to be per
formed, and In that month there were
but two forced landings, one with r.
delay of seven minutes and the other
delay of less than ten minutes. Om
forced landing was made within four
miles of Belmont Park at the emi of
a journey. It was caused by a break
of the magneto shaft. The oth*-r
forced landing was made on a flight
where fog and haze obscured tlie
ground and for the purpose of picking
j up the course because tho compasa
! failed to work.
Mileage Vears Maxlsansa.
The total possible miles of flight
wus 11.961, of which 11.957 miles were
completed.
During the first ten dar* of the
month the ruutes were flown by
Ueuts. Edgerton, Kilgore. Bonsai.
Webb, Culver and Miller without a
miss, hitch or forced landing. During
the last twenty days of the month
the routes were operated by the
civilian fliers of the Post Office De
partment. The perfect scores were
made by Aviators Max Miller and El
V. Gardner. Aviators Maurice New
ton and Robert Shanks, on the Phila
delphia end of the route, each had
one forced landing, giving them a
score of ?*? per cent.
Nearly Three Ton* Carrtetl.
A total of ?.ST3 pounds of mall was
carried on the trips.
A roost rigid mechanical mainte
nance system on all the ?elds was
maintained, with the result that the
month closed without a single plan?.
of the fifteen being laid up In the
shop for repairs.
Hun Stamp Dooms
Picture of Jesus
Tendon. Sept. 2?The fact that th?"
picture was that of Jesus on the
Sea of Galilee and that It was to
form the center of a memorial to
men of the mercantile marine who
have served in the war, was no
deterrente to townspeople of Goode.
a London .suburb, when they found
the legend, "Berlin Photo Co.," on
the back of the picture. The angry
townspeople were persuaded from
destroying th?? memorial only when
the village vicar promised the
picture would be removed.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
District of Columbia and Men land: lucre?.?
irg clrudmess aiid ?lightly ?.niier Tuesday,
ahi,-*fs by night and probably oo Wednesday,
coc?** Wedaeeday; moderate southeast to sou::?
?-.nd/., becoming variable Wedneaday.
Virginia: Ptrtly cloudy Tuesday, shower? ??
tees* portion: slightly wanner in the interior;
Wednesday (bowers; gentle to moderate east l?
south winds.
GENERAL FORECAST
? belt of low ptesaure now estenda in ere seen;
abape from the Upper Lake Be*don to South
Central Texas, thence Nort-iweatwmrd to South
ern DiTon, with moderately high pressure to
the n-'-rliward. Th?a distribution baa resulted
I in adu;tiona) above? in the Northweetet-n
States aud their extension into the Plau.s.
? State*?, tba Centra] V?llete, and the Northern
and Western I . .?r Lake Region. There wire
' ilso local ahowers in Georgia. Florida, the Ea*:
1 Ktilf States. New Melico, and Arizona. Else
! ?iiere the weather atss fair.
Low tprepcraturea continue tn the Northwest.
! lud it is also cooaideTai>ly cooler in Wyoming.
| Eastern Colorado, Nebraska. Kansas, iowa and
| Southern Minnesota, to the 8o?uthweet moder
< ateiy higii temperature? continue, while east of
the Mmisaippi Kiter and in the extreme West
they hare txen mrderate.
There wilt be ahowrrs Tueaday in tba Lak?
Region, the Ohio Valley, Tennessee, the Esu
Gulf Statee. Georgia, and Florida, continuing
Wednesday in the South and extending Tueaday
night and Wednesday into the remaining At
lantic Ststea, In the Ohio Valley and the Lake
Region the weather will be generally fair Wed
nesday. It will be <Os/i?r Tursdsy in the Up
per Lake and W>?:.r:' l?wer Lake Region, the
Ohio Valley, and" Tenne5a?e, and on Wednesday
over the inter or districts from the Lower Lake
Region eastward.
LOCAL TEMPKBATtRES
Midnight. 92; 2 a. m_. ?9; -4 a. m.. S? Si. t.
57; I a. m . 60; 10 a. ra., G. ; 12 noon. 76. 2 p.
m , 79: 4 p. m . Il;.p, m , tt; 8 p. aa,. 74; 10
p. m , ?9 High,?t. H, lowest, ST.
Relative hu r..dit>?8 a m, 93: t p. ta. -,
8 p. m . 48; rainfall ,8 p. m. to 9 p. m,). Off
j hrura of snnahine, 13.0; pec cent of poaaible aun
' siune, 100.
DEPARTI'RES.
Accumu?ate-l exceaa of temperatura eince Jan
nary 1. I9i?. 104; deficiency of temperature ttr.ee
September 1, 1910. 4 degrees, acmmulited de
flciency of precipiUtion since January 1. '.??**
4 ?2 inches ; denciaocy of precipiUtion since
Septrmter 1. 1918, 0.? inch.
Temperature same date last year?Highest, If,
lowest, (7.
OTHER TEMPERATURES.
Lowest
Highest prerioua- Kaln
yeetrnlaj. night. t-X
Atlantic City. N. J.? ?? ?.
Busto?. Mass. 74 ffl ....
Hiicago. Ill. 68 M I.?
<JleTebnd. Oblo. SO M
Dearer. Colo. 59 M ....
Detroit, Mich. 73 64
UalTeatoo. Tex. 80 BJ ....
lodianapoiia? Ind. 74 90 0.04
Jacksonnlle, Fla. m ' TI ....
Katuaa City. Mo. 81 M 4 to
Los Angeles. C*l. an ? m99m
New Tort, ?. ?. ft, ?*
Phoenix. Ariz. 98 G?
Pitteburgii. l'a. SU SS .. *
Portland. Me. T4 M ..".
Sait Lake City. Utah. M 9? 9.18
St Louis. Mo. 74 a 9.90
San Francaco. Cal. 91 ?9
TODAYS
GARTOONET
?jeCOHMSfttJlit) fou, ]
MO. Il !
TH*-COsj*t*?o?
W-Aiv. s7n?i.oy?r
^?
EVERETT TRUE
? f??tsLieve too AR-e G
th? ????>??1??? or*
Trn-s rnecriN-G:.
BY CONDC
yes, ne.,
S'? This
CH4 ? ftlHA FV ?
CAPITAL YOUNG MAN
IS DEAD OF WOUNDS
Bernard McDonald Officially Listed
by Department.
Bernard McDonald was reported on
last night's casualty ?1st as dead ci
voundi received in action
Ilio t-.ldur .vas r?*?o*lcd mlsatnrr M ?
action soTnc nave ?? o, bot his mother j
declared that ehr. did not believe that ,
her son had ? turned to the front ?
after being taken to a hospital behind j
the lined suffer.ny from ?severe ?
wounds.
In a letter to his mother, written on
July IS. Mr??neld told he.* thit lie
had been wounded, and in a later let
ter stated he expected to return to the
i front within the month. Bot!, of there
letters were written after thi War
Department had declared nini to he
missinp ?? action.
McDonald was born It this city
twenty-one years aeo and was edu
cated in thr? Washington schools. He
has two brothers now In th* service.
i His father, John D. ilcDoraid, of
I 9Z6 Georgia averuc, is a former mem
| ber of the Marine Corps. He haa been ;
[employed for twenty-eight ver-rs In
! the machine shop of the Capital Trac
i tion Company.
BRITISH SUBJECTS
MAY ENTER ARMY
Ne*.v Registrants Granted Chance
to Enlist Now.
British subjects in the United State?,
who must register under the selective ?
service law. still have opportunity to !
volunteer for service In the British j
army. The War Department an
nounced yesterday nt the request of
the British Embassy that such British
subjects as had registered before June ?
30. 191?. may enlist voluntarily in the I
British or Canadian armies up to Sep- j
tembor 2$; those who registered Au
gust 24. up to September 23. and those
who registered on September 12 may
so enlist up to October 12.
Duims these periods the registrants
may mply fur exemption If they are
so entitled, to the British Ambassa
dor. After these periods the regi?
tranta. :nless exempted by the British
Ambafsndor. became liable to military
s?rvice under the Aasericm flair and
must seek exemption or deferred clas
sification, if so entitled, from their
local draft boards.
G. U. NAVAL COURSE OPENS.
The new cou; se in navigation at
Georgetown University for nava! of
ficers and enlisted men. under the di
rection of the Xavy Department, will
betrln at 7:30 o'clock tonight on the
Hilltop, it was announced yesterday
by the Rev. John B. Creedon, S. J.,
president of the university.
The course will embrace instruction
in general navigation subjects under
the Rev. Peter Archer, director of the
Georgetown Observatory. Seventy
naval men took this course last year.
Newfoundland, in proportion to pop
ulation, has contributed a larger num
ber *>f seamen than any other coun
try, and haa earned Its title of "The
Jack Tars* Cradle." 9
Y.M.C.A.A1DS MORALE,
PERSHING DECLARES
I
Contributes More Than Any One
Other Factor, Commander Says.
"In my opinion there Is no one fac
tor contributing inoro to the morale
of the American army in France than
the Y. M. C. ?.," declares a state
ment issued from the headquarters of
Gen. ?'ershing at his command.
"When 1 come to the Y. M. C. A. ?
huts and see our men night after j
night and one day after another ?
enjoying the privil?ges created by aj
corps of self-sacrificing Red Triangle j
workers." the statement adds. "I j
know that they are better men and
better fighters for so doing. Give |
me 900 men who have a Y. M. C. ?..
rather than l.flno who have none, and
I ?will have the better fighters every
time.
"I voluntarily make this statement
i because ? appreciate what your ef
forts mean to the morale of our
army."
The statement was received by an
officer at Gen. retching's headquar
ters and forwarded to E. C. Carter,
chief secretory of the Y. M. C. ?..
? in Paris.
HOUSEHOLDS LOOTED
BY WOMEN SERVANTS
Washington Dentist's Office Is Rob
bed of Gold.
An old type of thief Is again wor
ry.no; the polle? department and
persons obliged to hire servants.
Because of the scarcity of serv
ants, householders cannot be a?
particular as to whom they hire, as
they did when labor of all kinds
was plentiful. Quite a few women.
most of thejn colored, make a ??emu
lar business of applying for work a*
ervants. staying Just long- enough
to loot the house.
I The latest victim of this kind of a
thief Is Mrs. Margaret Russell, of
310 G street northeast. A colored
I girl left her employ unnoticed yes
terday and took with her clothing
valued at 1*6.60.
In the past few months several
other householders have been sim
ilarly robbed but the police have ap
prehended the majority of offenders
and heavy prl-on sentences have re
sulted for these women.
Dr. George G Patton, a dentist, at
917 G street northwest was robbed
of $10 worth of gold yesterday.
Five dollars worth of bath towels
and a silver back comb were stolen
from the home of Mrs. C. M- King.
602 Fifth street northwest yesterday
afternoon.
LOCAL MENTION.
Tarn :in? Inmuto*?. -.'?<?: 3 lb?.
pure pepper. $1.00: lard. 33c; com
pound. 2?c: tuna. 10c and 15c; large
cans herrinp. 15c: evap. peaches.
15c: I.op Cabin syrup. 20c; 3 cans
cocoanut, 25c: Gunpowder tea, 69c:
Wonder mixed tea. 50c: Blue Label
coffee. 25c. 1420 Seventh St. N. W.
and all the J. T. D. Pylcs stores.
-??
Motor Restaurants
For Autumn Touring
Week-tad Trankt,
Kit Bat?,
Soit Case?,
?'The day's outing
or the long auto trip
will be enjoyed to
the utmost when
you are equipped
with one of these
convenient Motor
Restaura nts or
Luncheon Cases.
?A variety o? styles
and sizes ? com
pletely fitted with
service for two to
seven persons.
?The latest and
best in Thermos
Bottles and other
Vacuum Vessels at
reasonable prices.
GenenJ Purpose Tranks,
Army Locker Tranks,
Fitted bag* and Cases.
NORWALK High-Pressure Tires and Tubes.
Becker's Leather Goods Co.
1324-1326 F Street
85 CHRISTIAH
SCIENTISTS ON
WELFARE DUTY
Boston Church Seeks to Aid
Soldiers Stationed at
Army Cantonments.
Christian Science camp welfare
work Is now being carried on In forty
five army and navy camp? m the
United Stale? under direction of the
Christian Science war relief ?nd cam?
welfare committee of th? First
Church of Christ, Scientist. In Bos
ton. There are at present about
seventy men and fifteen women en
Kageel !n this work, the women serv
ing mainly as welfare room atten
dants.
Conducted at first Independently,
tb? camp welfare work has been
merged with the war relief work
which the Christian scientists were
doing In foreign countries before the
United .States entered the war. For
both these purposes ?bout ?1.000,000
have been raised.
The aim of the Christian Science
camp workers Is to be a? helpful
si possible to all the men In the
camps, whether or not they are
Christian Scientists, and particularly
to gl\e assistance which may not be |
available at the timo or place
through any of the other camp wel
fare agencies. A feature of this
phase of the work Is an arrangement'
for keeping Boldfers and sailor? In
close touch with their relatives.
Keep ihalna !"!?"
Co-operating with the committee In
Boston there Is a Christian Science
camp welfare committee In each
State. The committee In the home
State of a soldier or eailor co
operates by mall ?nd telegr?ph ?rlth
? the committee of the State In which
h? la camped or ?tatloned to form a
direct and conatant link between the
soldier or sailor and hi? relatives.
Thereby the relative* are quickly
made acquainted with need? of their
boy In the service, and he I? provided
with an avenue of quick communica
tion with his home.
This Unking of horn? and camp,
combined with the personal attention
of the Christian Science worker? In
the camps, has frequently been the
means of changing a soldier's outlook
from one of gloom to one of Joy, and
not Infrequently It has proved to be
the mean? of relieving relative? of
financial embarrassment, the commit
tee tn the home State m.'.klng loans
for use by the relative? until their
boy In camp should be prepared to
forward money to them.
The net result, for which the Chris
tian Science committees and camp
workers have received many com
mendations, has been a noticeable
raising of the morale of many men In j
the service md the development of a
better feeling at home regarding the ?
participation of their boys In the :
service.
< nmp Morale Better.
The camp worker? say there Is an
increased willingn??* among the com
manding officer? ?nd surgeons to Al
low Christian Science treatment for
those men who ask for it. and many
Christian Science healing? have been
recorded. Recently, two requests for
Christian Science services In hospital
wards were received by camp workers
from medical nurses who had ob
tlan Selene? treatment
In or near numerous camps the
Christian Science committees^ have
erected substantial buildings, with
quiet places for reading and writing,
and other buildings are In course of
construction. A light touring car has
Christian Science camp workers at
each camp to be used wherever and I
I whenever possible In assisting the i
' men.
Yanks Falling for
Four o'Clock Tea
London. Sept. 5.?Tea. the national
beverage of England. Is making a hit
with the Yaunks now here. As a re
suit the Indian Tea Association has
donated a thousand chests to the ?
United State? Red Cros.
a a >?
Sept. Records
?pv
,#
Now On Sale
Thrt store is noted for its
excellent service
SEPTEMBER SPECIALS
18482
18486
fO.er Tker* (Flr?t Verse In Raallafc. ?ee*?d
I Vrrsr In Krrark)?l.nrlr. Cara?..
fTkere's ? l.uanp ef Sucar D.stb la Dixie?~
A Vnrlo. Harris. L
si.rr )>o?.k lini ??lllllr Marrar.
?hen ?Ifisadrr Take? III? lisstus. lie.? t.
Kraarr?Mnrlon Harria.
" Im O.an? l'In Mj Merini ?? ti,. Girl I I ??? ,'
(trainai?Peerleaa iiu.-n. -
$2.00
85c
8Sc
85c
roti H.er I Hate <? G?t t> la tke Mas-ala?;?
18489 i Artkar Field?,
? ?-tu* (_0|ij Fraaekr?Art a ai it.'.is
You're welcome to come in any time and we will
gladly play any selections you'd like to hear.
If you haven't a Victrola in your home, come in and
get acquainted with this wonderful instrument.
Cohen & Hughes
INC.
1221 F Street N. W.
/?
3% Time Deposits
When you have more money lying icHe
than you need and are waiting for a good
investment, our Certificates of Deposit are
just what you need.
3% on the money from the day of de
posit till the time you set for withdrawal
?3, 6 or 12 months. Interest may be com
pounded then if you wish.
Convenient?Available?Safe !
The Washington Loan and Trust
Company,
t??
JOIIX II. ?.?????. I'rrsld.Bt
F Street.
620 17th Street.
(Opposite M.tte, War and \ns y HI??.*
ores till s p. m. today.
t#* . ?r >
Docs the Work of
Five Women in One-fifth the Time!
will be tagged out, ?hile you, with
?And when the dav's work is done the five women will be tags?
HOOVER ELKCR?C SUCTION SWEEPER, will not feel tit? kafl ?carica, .-inoincr i,
the Hoover would have every particle of .dust safely stored in the container; while that v.
was "swept up" by the other five women would be i'loating about everywhere.
caricd. Another thing,
h.ch
Only a Hoover docs the cleaning work of | The Hoover has a patented Bcating-Sweep
five people. For no other device shakes and
beats rugs as they lie undisturbed upon the
floors. No other picks up even the srubborn
cst-clinging lint, threads and hairs. Only The
Hoover straightens nap and comjJetery _-._.
?Tightens carpetings without injury to wtti?e. | dislodged dirt.
ing Brush. Your rugs receive over 1,000 gentle
j shakings a minute. In that way all buried
grit is vibrated out. No clinging dirt ia left
I behind. Suction dusllessly carries away the
Absolutely there's no other to compare with The Hoot er. Let cs
demonstrate. Come in 4 fi?es?one for eTery purse.
$47.50 r
?
Complete Set of Additional Attachments if Desired, $8.50.
EASY TERMS IF YOU WISH
-
l?scie
0.0 30^"
When Answering Advertisements Please Mention The Herald J
Draft Men,
Attention!
To men of re?;i?tretion
afe Wlrele?? telegraphy
I? by far the ?ureat and
quickest w?y te b? Ir.
ducted Into th? servi?.
wltb better rank ?ad pay
than trench duty offer?;
thousands of R??.o oper
ator? ??? now urgently
needed for ?ervica on lend
and on ?aa la th? Kaaral
Reserves. Pianai Corp?.
l-?nd ?nd Fl> ing Arntlcr,
T?nk ?errice ?nd-~ Mer
cian nt Marine
Our condensed I weeks'
coarse for draft mea will
prepare beginner? for en
trane? to any of the??
branche? No previ ou? ex
perience or knowledge
nrcesMry New claaaes
now forming to start
Tuesday. Sept Ird Both
dey and night session?.
Beet equipped R ? d 1 o
School in the East. Es
tablished In Washington
over 4 year?, witk MO
gradu?t?? now ?erv.ng
Uncle Sam, many with
commissions ?nd other?
with non - commission?.
We assist student? who
finish our course to gat
into the ?ervice. Cans or
phon? at once for full
information. NATIONAL
RADIO SCHOOL. 14th and
U atreet? northwest.
i
AMUSEMENTS.
Lait Washington Skoanag
? III
Hifb-Clax? Presentation
GARDEN
TOD a ? A\D TOUORROW
D. W. Griffiri,-, Tnmmpk
GREAT
LOVE
Exartlr ?a It ?kattered All
Recard? ?t tfce strand
1? a. aa. ?a ? p. se, C t. II p. ??.
10c--15c
"A,i; STRAMD *,!?*
TOUsl AMI TOMORROW
MAE MURRAY
HER LIFE IBCND
-M \T WIRK
I
TV.! YXJ t?.?,???
L ?*,??.'* IF Basra. :?se ?? tc
l?# SHUdERT ,?.. Thar?, and
fjsa ATTslssCTeOlt? aM. Ska ?a ?1 ja.
ST-"? -\*"t.'t'.
*,.i.i^.irrai
M?Hrfrr.kinc.ls M.aal?! l.Irla-??
w'Sk "*' ??"- H8SBAHD
SHUBERT-BELASCO
? M E A TE?
t???G.??t, ??a??sa? ?. turn.
Mat. Wed. 1.??Bas? t. IIJA
WM. COLLIER
?\ *?????\G. BIT LIE*."
A K*w r>rff by Aarat If? ff ma ?v.
IEXT WEE!-'THE WALK 0FF$
natio ? a Lrei^Mr^-r.,.
Henry Miller?Ruth Chatteten
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