Graduates From Classes of
1870 to 1921 Present at
The "Washington Harvard Club held
Its thirty-ninth annual dinner at the
Racquet Club last night. A large
number of "grads," ranging from '70
to '21, attended the affair.
Declaring that the law profession
was fast losing its traditions by rea
son of the laxity of the bar associa
tions of the various states in requiiv
ing adequate training of those wh*>
were admitted to practice in their
courts. Austin \V. Scott of the
Harvard Law School faculty and dele
gate to the Bar Association's confer
ence, said that in one state there
were no educational requirements and
all that was necessary to enter the
profession was to open an, office. He
urged that every consideration be
given those who were poor and who
wished to enter the legal profession,
in order that they might get proper
preliminary foundation before begin
ning tht study of the law.
I rgi'H More Harvard Clubs.
Mr. Grossman, president of the
Associated Harvard Clubs, declared
his hopes that the prejudices against
Harvard that were abroad, chiefly, he
said, "through the lack of knowledge
of the institution." would be dispelled
through the activities of the club.
Mr. Grossman urged the formation ot*
Harvard clubs throughout America
and in every land where Harvard i
graduates might be found.
Murk Sullivan, newspaper corre
spondent, spoke of the work of the
arms conference and described its
achievements. Chief Justice Walter 1. |
McCoy of the District Supreme Court j
presided in the absence of the presi
dent of the club, Clarence R. Wilson. I
Many at Dinner.
Those present at the dinner were
Truman A. Abbe. Monte Appel, A. M.
Bool. H. Bush Brown, John L. Barr,
Edward W. Bradford, H. Billings, j
Grattori Colvin, W. D. Collins, J. F. j
Couch, Dawrence Curtis, R. W. Chubb, I
H. G. Doyle. Charles Drechsler. J. W.
Davidge, 1^. li. Kdminster. Warren W. j
Foster. W. W. Farnum, George Gibbs. j
jr.; Capt. Waiter Graham, Maj. l-ester I
S. Hill, jr.: John L. Hyde, George!
Haukin. Wirt Howe, Daniel L. Haz- j
ard, Percival Hall, E. A. Harriman, j
-Ralph H. Hallett. Charles V. I ml ay,
Edward W. Kimball, Arthur Veith. j
A. J. Godron Kane, RL E. Kline, Rob
ert E. Kline, jr.
S. V. Ladd. Eliot C. Lovett, Howard
S. LeRoy. Lynch Luquer. Herbert C.
Marshall. B. Fickman Mann. C. E. Mc
Gwire, Dallas D. L. McGrew. Fred
erick Moore, R. Henry Xorweb,
George W. Offutt, jr.; C. X. Osgood.
Edmund Piatt. W. G. Rich, jr.; Mark
A. Smith. Charles H. Stone. Dean Hill
Stanley, William Sabine. Ward Shep
ard. Constant South worth. Charles T.
Tittmann, James S. Taylor. Henry
II. Tryon. Henry K. Urion, William
C. Van Vleck. William li. Yallance,
Charles Warren, William M. Williams.
George T. Weitzel, Mr. Atwater,
Charles S. Goodridge. Nathan W. Mac
Cbesney and K. Siiinzaki.
ADMITS FORGING CHECK.
Private John Burke, Army Medical
Corps, Under Arrest.
John Burke, twenty-seven years old,
priva te in the Medical Corps, U. S. A.,
stationed at Walter Reed Hospital, is
Under arrest in this city, having been
taken into custody by Detectives Lyon
and Stringfellow for the New Bruns
wick, N. J., authorities. It js said he i3
?wanted in the New Jersey city on a
charge of forgery.
Burke, according to the detectives,
admitted obtaining $120 on a gorged
check. He said he was in need of
money at the time he passed the check.
He further stated it was his intention
to make'good the amount of money he
MISSING AUTO FOUND.
Colored Men Deny Taking Car
Owned by E. T. Goodman.
A new coat of a paint of different
color from the original on the auto
mobile of E. T. Goodman, 1518 Allison
street, changed the appearance of the
car, but a secret number disclosed its
identity. Detective Alligood of the
police automobile squad alleges that
he found the car in possession of two
colored men and arrested them on a
charge of grand larceny.
The men registered as Frederick D.
Wilson, i>520 Center street, and Leroy
Dickinson, 2403 I street. They denied
having stolen the car, the police re
ported, and claimed they obtained it
from an unidentified individual on the
DOING GOOD J
^ I joyride, joyride every day, and
superficial thinkers say I'm wasting
tme and cash; but, oh, the lusting
good I do! If they would hold t^at
fact in view, they'd see their talk
is trash. A thousand men have
better fare because I choo-cheo
everywhere, they bless me as I
pass; and worthy men like Henry
Ford accumulate a humble hoara
because 1 burn the gas. John D.
Is able to upbuild Research Foun
dations, amply filled with scien
tists severe, who find the germ
that causes mumps, and make the
blamed thing bump the bumps, wink
out and disappear. And skilled
.. mechanics in their homes spend
happy evenings reading ponies and
playing dominoes. because my
wagon knows no rest, but journeys
north and east and west, where'er
the long road goes. And towns
like Akron shed the blues, and
figure daily in the news upon
the throbbing wires, because I soak
my Sunday hat and fountain pen
and Maltese cat, to buy some rubber
tires. I burned up all the country
roads, and people look from their
abodes, and say I am a crank; I'm
always wasting gas and oil, when 1
should tackle honest toil, and boost
the savings bank. But, oh, my
friends, the good I do! The world
should bless me as 1 choo and chug
along my way; a hundred industries
succeed because you see my auto
speed the merry livelong day!
(Copyright.) WALT MASON.
Let Gude Furnish the Flowern |
For the wedding or recetion. 1214 F 1
ARREST RESTAURANT MA& j
Six Gallons and 25 Half Pints of 1
Whisky Reported Seized.
Lieut. Davis and Sergt. Carlin of
[ the police special investigations squad
Tuesday night arrested Irwin Eisenberg,
twenty-seven years old, proprietor of
a restaurant at 1125 7th street, on
charges of selling and illegal posses
sion of intoxicants. They reported
the seizure of six gallons and twenty
five one-half pints of whisky and
numerous bottles of extracts.
40,60 & 80c lb.
The Highest Class
at a moderate price,
can be obtained at
E. Morrison Paper Co.
1000 PJ. Ave.
Money Available for Real Estate
Investment* of First-Class Real
Estate Mortgage Loans
Secured lor Depositor
Don't gamble with fate, save -while you
have the opportunity?then you will be
ready for anything that may develop
Cor. 7th and E Sts.
THE GIBSON 00
March Edison Diamond Disc Re
Creations Now on Sale
No. 80692?Price, $1^5
Berceuse?Zoellner String Quartet.
"War Dance?Zoellner String Uuartet.
No. 80689?Price, 91.85
Erminie Airs?No. 1?Mixed Voice*?SVw York I-ight Opera Company.
Erminie A in?No. 2 Mixed Voices?New York Light Opera Company.
Sunshine and Cloud?Contralto aud Baritone?Helen Clark and
Joseph Phillip*. _
Could I See My Boy Again?Contralto?Elizabeth Lennox and Chorus. #?
No. S0702?Price, 91.85
Blue Danube Waltz?Piano?Walter Chapman.
Liebestraum (Dream of Love)?Piano?Walter Chapman.
No. 82247?Price, 92.25
Silvio! a quest'ora (Silvio! At This Hour?)?Soprano and Baritone,
in Italian?Pagliaccj. Claudia Muzio and Mario Lanrenti. /
Zo son l'umile ancella (Of Art I Am Only the Hand Jfaid)?Soprano,
in Italian?Adriana Leeouvreur, Claudia Mtizio.
No. 50870?Price, 91.35
St. Patrick's Day Medley?Violin?Joseph Samuels.
Oh Gee!?Medley of Irish Beels?Accordion?John J. Kimmel.
No. 50871?Price, 91.35
Ambrose and Steve in Court?Vaudeville Sketch?Billy Golden and
Shop Girl?Department Store Scene?Justine Roberts.
No. SOS72?Price, 91-15
Valse Caprice?No. 1?Accordion?P. Froshini.
Perfect Day?Xylophone?Signor Lou Chiha "Friscoe".
No. 80688?Price, 91.85
Leave it With Him?Contralto?Georgia Brevilller.
Land Where the Roaes Never Fade?Baritone?Robert E. Clark.
No. 80691?.Price, 91.85
Love Me Or Not?Tenor?Paul Reimers.
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton?Contralto?Christine Miller.
No. 80693?Price, 91-85
La Gifana?Violin?J. Piastro Borissoff.
Mazurka de Concert?Violin?J. Piastro Borissoff.
No. 82248?Price, 92.25
Clan* of the Forge?Bass-Baritone?Arthur Middleton.
Voice of the Mountain Land?Bass-Baritone?Arthur Middleton.
No. 82249?Price, 92.25
'Tis No?t True?Baritone?Mario Lanrenti.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE RE-CREATIONS
No. 80675?Price, 91.85
Jnst For To-Day?No. 11, Lesson Sermon, "Substance"?Abbott
Baritone?Robert C. Dyrenforth. t
Consider the Lilies?No. 12. Lesson Sermon, "Matter"?Topllff?Baritone
?Robert C. Dyrenforth.
No. 80676?.Price, 91.85
Snough to Know?No. 13, Lesson Sermon, "Reality"?Rose?Baritone
?Robert C. Dyrenforth.
Lord Is My Shepherd-No. 14. Lesson Sermon, "Unreality"?Liddle
?Baritone?Robert C. Dyrenforth.
N o. 73003?Price, 91.85
Dta zerbrochene Ringlein (The Little Broken Bin?)?Glnck?Baritone
Eduard Mittelstadt. j
Moss i denn sum Stadtle hinaus! (Must I Then Leave My Little
Town?)?Old Folk Song?Baritone?Eduard Mitflestadt.
THE GIBSON CO., Inc.
917-919 G St. N.W. '
By POP MOMAND
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES?Looks Like Pa Is Right
well th' e/?>ls are wear. in7
shorter skirts, shorter
hatr; marriages last
shorter, An" eve.n a GLASS
of soda 13 "shorter- .
gal, it looks
to he like
?<52z' 15 Gonna *
be TH' shortest
"year in history^
aloysius r n^einis,
Don't be foolish! '
WHY should IT be
th' botcher g>ve3
vou -short weight
AM' most wmtec.s
short change you
ftM I R.K5HT?
POLICE HALT ELOPERS.
Would-Be Husband Decides Uot to
Await Arrival of Girl's Father.
Marriage of Miss A. Louise Frank
lin, resident of a suburb of Rich
mond, Va.., and John G. I'erov. twen
ty-two years old. a resident of Rich
mond, was frustrated by parents of
the would-be bride, assisted by the
local police, the latter taking charge
of Miss Franklin when the couple ap
peared and applied at the courthouse
for ;i marriage license.
"I'm eighteen years old and my own
boss." declared Miss Franklin, when
she reached police headquarters, "and
I'm going to get married."
"Don't you go home without me,"
she said to the disappointed prospec
Peroe was told he would not be ar
rested and it was^uggested he might
remain at headquarters to await the
arrival of Miss Franklin's parents.
He said he fully appreciated the
feelings of Mr. Franklin and thought
it would be best for him to keep out
Parents of Miss Franklin had sent
GAHKICK?-Galsworthy's "The Skin
Game," performance at S:15 p.m. t
NATIONAL ? "The White-headed
Boy." at 8:15 p.m.
KKITirs ? Singer's Midgets and
vaudeville, at 2:15, 5 and 8:15 p m.
B13 LA SCO ? Dolly Connolby and
vaudeville, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
tiAYETY?"Keep Smiling," at 2:15
and 8.15 p.m.
CAPITOL?Monte Carlo Girls, at
2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
STH A \ D ? Grace Cameron and
vaudeville, at 12 noon, 2:45, 6:30 and
RIALTO?Betty Compson, in "The
Law and the Woman," at 11:30 a.m.,
1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
PALACE?William S. Hart in
"White Oak." at 10:50 a.m., 12:30,
2:15, 4:15, 5:55, 7:55 and 10 p.m.
a message here asking that the mar
riage of their daughter be prevented,
giving her age as seventeen. They
arrived on the first train and took
charge of their daughter.
Let Our Film
Develop Your Films and Print
M. A. LEESE j
Edison Mazda Lampg
The Gibson Co.. Inc.
917-919 G St. N.W.
Isn't a Home
Worth Saving For?
Perhaps you own your home now.
Lucky man?lucky family?to be
free from Rent Day!
Why not start NOW?This Week
?TODAY?to own your own home.
One Dollar will give you the start?
we'll add 3% Interest?and before
you realize it?you'll be well on your
way to the Blessed Fireside of Home
SAVINGS AND T5 A KTV
WASHINGTON'S LARGEST SAVINGS BANK
Corner* of 9th and G Streets
UNDES UNITED STATES . TREASURY SUPERVISION
Going ! Going !! Going !!
New Spring Strap Pumps
That Were $5.95 and $7.50
Strap and Buckle Effects
Also Tan Brogue Oxfords
SATURDAY ends this sale. If you want to share
in one of the best offerings we have been able to
make for some time, don't delay. High-grade
???1 Brooklyn made Slippers?Right out of our regu
lar spring stocks; But next week they go back to their
Regular Prices?$5.95 and $7.50.
New Silk Sports Hose
Stockings, in the new sports
shades ? Beige, Nude, Ooze,
Castor,, Crepe Gray, also Tan
and Black. Special value at?
Special Film Features
14tl? and Col. Rd.
MATS. 2 P.M. DAILY; 3 !\M. SUNDAY.
TODAY?ANITA STEWART, in "THE IN
VISII'.LE FEAR." And COMEDY, "A
SLICK DETECT IVE."
TOMORROW?PAT o'MALLEY. in "THE
'J'EN DOLLAR 1SA1SE." And BOBBY
VERNON, in "FRESH FROM THE
?45 Pa. Are. S.E.
MATS. 2 P.M. DAILY; 3 P.M. SUNDAY.
TO DA Y?K ATI! E R i N E MACDON ALI>. in
"THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR " And HARRY
PoLLARO, in "STAGE STRUCK." SPE
CIAL AT b AND U:30 P.M.. HARVEY
CASTELL'S NOVELTY ORCHESTRA.
TOMORROW?PETTY COMPSON and LON
CHANEY. in "FOR THOSE WE UJVE."
And COMEDY, "JU RIED ALIVE."
OLYMPir 14#h and v st9
ULftUlI 1L TOM MOORE, in "BEAT
ING THE GAME." Comedy. "INDIGO
624 II St. N.E.
MATINEE SATURDAY. 2:30.
TODAY?JACK HOLT, in "THE CALL OF
THE NORTH." And JAMES AUBREY, in
TOMORROW? KATHERINE MACDON ALD.
in "THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR." And JOE
ROCK, ill '.'THE FAST MALE." __
(>n.A ve. & iinebec St.
MATINEE SATURDAY, U::iO.
TODAY?ANITA STEWART, in "PLAY
THINGS OF DESTINY." And JOE ROCK,
in "THE FAST MALE."
TOMORROW?CONSTANCE BIN NET, in
"FIRST LOVE." And BUSTER K EA
TON. in "THE BOAT."
D. VV. GRIFFITH'S
"WAY DOWN EAST"
f IRFRTY North Capitol and P St?.
LIDLUl I LAST DAY?WALLACE
RE ID. GLORIA SWANSON and ELLIOTT
DEXTER, in "DON'T TELL EVERY
THING." .Tames Oliver Curwood's strange
case of "Princess Khan.*'
| YD IP 14th and Irvine Stn. >.W.
Jul iOM MIX. in "THE ROUGH DIA
MOND." Also Mutt and J?ff Comedy
and Fox News. ?
HOMF 12ao'c street S.E.
IlUiViL FRANK MAYO, in
PRINCESS 1,1,1 H st
CoRINNE GRIFFITH, in
? WlKconwIn Ave.
y-STAR CAST, in
"THE PRINCESS OF NEW YORK."
RF^FNT ,8th nnd Yon Street*
ALUU11 ROBERT WARWICK, in
'?FRIDAY. THE 13th.**
RAPHAEL ?V."tsi'a'v- n w
HIPPODROME 0th & ^'Y'.Ave.N.W.
XlirrUl/IVUiTi?i0pen i0:30 a.m.Dally
CONWAY TEA RLE. in
NEW STANTON ^
K A TH E RIN E M A'.'DO N A LD.
ROY STEWART and SELECTED CAST, In
"HER SOCIAL VALUE."
in "BUCKING THE LINE.*
LEADER Wh St# nt K
LLnDLIX C<INSTANCE TALMADGE, in
"THE PERFECT WOMAN." Added At
traction, MACK SENNE'PT COMEDY.
TPITYTflN Capitol & d Stn. x.w.
I AUA I i/il TH EDA BARA, in "CAR
MEN." ALSO LATEST NEWS AND COM'
EDY. EXTRA?AMATEURS TONIGHT AT
riDpI F 2!or. Pn. Ave. Ph. W. 953
tll\VLL KATHERINE MACDONALI).
"THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR." TWO-REEL
COMEDY. "A NATION'S DREAM."
!?th and I) SN, X.W.
TODAY AND ALL WEEK,
TOM-MIX in "SKY HIGH"
A FAST MOVING PLAY.
FMPIRF 1111 11 street K?
C,lU IUL WILLIAM FAIRBANKS, in
"A WESTERN ADVENTURER."
CT ITC 14th Street and R. i. Are.
LLllL JACKIE COOGAN, in
PAROI INA 1,fh & x* c- Aw SE-!
tniVV/Lhl/i LAST DAY?WALLACE:
RK1D. GLORIA SWANSON and ELLIOTT!
DEXTER, in "DON'T TELL EVERY
I CAPITOL K"
Two Shows Daily, 2:15 and 8:16
This Week, TOM SULLYIAN'S
MONTE CARLO GIRLS
' Wresn.ng TEurs. Night?Joe Tumor vs.
! Char':* Metros. Amateurs' Night Friday.
9th and D Streets X.W.
TODAY AND ALIi WEEK
Tom Mix in "Sky High"
A FAST-MOVINCS PLAY.
M a VCTVBirletgiit and V?udev:U?
VjH ? t I ? 2:15?Twice Daily?8:15
"KEEP SMILING" j
?With BERT LAHR j
NEXT WEEH?"TOWN SCANDALS." !
Samson and Delilah
Washington Opera Company
MONDAY EVENING. FEB. 27, 8:15.
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL.
Transferred from National Theater, Friday.
ALL SEATS HONORED.
Sent Snle Still?Box Office National
A Great Deal
WHEN you think of a
luscious, thick, tender,
juicy steak do you see
visions of two and
three dollars flap-flap
ping their wings? At
least two dollars if you
cook it dt home?and
that won't cover pota
toes, nice brown pota
toes, bread, butter and
coffee. ?JA WALLIS
Special Steak with all
the tenderness of a
lover's look, plus
French Fried potatoes
and WALLIS coffee of
excellence, are yours,
served tastefully, for
? ? Restaurant"
12th and G Sts. N.W.
Oil of Cloves
Hoxzema, the Penetrating,
Greaseless Oil of Cloves Cream
P LOEW'S mam
Program Changes Sun. nnd Thurs.
IX "WHITE OAK"
A Paramount Picture
OF THE APOCALYPSE"
FIRST TIME SHOWN
AT POPULAR PRICES
Rex Ingram's noted Metro
screen production .of the
world-famous Ibanez novel,
AND ALICE TERRY
Sat. at 2
Tonight at 8:15
CH.VRI.ES DI I.I.INGHAM Present.
Monday Vigkl'x Tickets Will He I'ltd
Tonight. Benefit G. U. HonpltrJ.
Starting; Sunday?Seat. Selling
With Ann Pennlnurfon?100 Others
Direction Messrs. Lee
& J. J. Shubert. at
8:20. 50c to <2.60.
Mat. Sat.. $1.50.
S2?kSyy THE skin game
With Jane Grey and the Famous Lon
Next Week, Com. Monday
Mats. Tbura. A Sat.
Erea, Eicept Sat, Wle t. HM.
Sat. Mat. 0<ie to S3..VI.
Tknra. Mat. SOr to I2M
Bat. Klskt. H)C ta $n.0?.
THE PLAY THAT MADE NEW Y0*K
LfU'OM rOH TWO I0UD TEABS
SHU BERT Vaudeville
Opposite Lafayette Park and White House
2:15 ft 8:15 p. ra.: Sunday, 3 ft 8:16 p. m.
SEASONS GREATEST HOLIDAY BILL
FRANK Wi STAFFORD
"RIP VAN WINKLE'S DREAM'*
The Psychic ?wonder Who Knows Everything
The musical comedy star in Songs ft Stories
Callakan Jc Bliss Regal & Moore
With PERCY WENRICH
The Popular Contralto and Musical
The Lunatic Bakers?The McCorrr.ackn?
Horton ft LaTrifka?Shubert News Weekly
25 Cents 50 Cents
Best seats is the house (except en Satur
day. Sunday and holidays), NIGHTS, 2Se
NEXT WEEK?Mr. L^e Shubert presents
JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, beading a
VE PLAY LO ZWS
Popular Musical Comedy Star
Original "Dolly Dimples Girl"
OTHER ALL-STAR ACTS
A Shirley Mason. "Little Afiet
THE ARISTOCRAT OF
PA R AUGUST PRETESTS
11 a.m.?Last 3 Daya?11 p.m.
THE LAW AND
EXCLl SIVE FOX NEWS
VIOL1Y SOI O
r NEXT WEEK .-??
f.V A PAP.AMOVST PICTURE
OF FASHIOX TRIMMED
B. F KFITH'S A
The Worid-Famous Lilliputian Wonders
See Street Parade 5 P.M. Today
Starting From Theater
See the Lion and Doc Caped Together
in the Lobby. 11 to 12:15 Daily
SYLVIA CLARKE; J??
Leo Donnelly With Killieent Hanley
in "lis and Tisn't." Toto. the Cele
brated Tumbling Clown. Seeznan ft
Grace. Millicent Mower.
MR. PEMBERTON. FORMER PARTNER TO
Mae Murray, Gertrude Hoffman: lessons In lat
est ballroom dances. 1S30 Biltmore st. Col. 2002.
DAVISON'S 1329 M n.w.*?
The weapon's new dances?latest steps.
Teach yon to dance correctly In a few leasons.
Strictly private. Any hour. Separate studios.
Class Sat. eve. Instructions and dancing, 8 to 12.
Private classes instructed form your own class,
6 Dupont circle iDupont Smdio). Ph.Fr.l435-W?
Ballroom and fancy dancing.
Children's classes in fancy dances.
Ballroom dancing, classes every Wednesday
Week Nights, 8:30 to 12
Not a "Dance Hall"
A PERFECT PLACE TO
MATCHLESS MUSIC VAST FLOOR
POPULAR PRICES STRICT CENSOR
At 719 Oth st. n.w., Fr. 6506. will teach 70S
to dance in a few lessons, snd produce re?
salts. Private lessons, any time. Clasee*
Tuesday and Friday; hours, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Special rates to ladies. _ ?
JOE BROWN 1
BALLROOM AND STAGE DANCING
1168 N.Y. Ave. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. FR. >781
PROFESSOR AND MRS. ACHER'S STUDIO*
1127 loth st. n.w. Class Monday and Friday
8 to 11 p.m. Private lessons by appointment J
Phone North 67brt. Establ ished 19QO. 26*
GLOVER'S; 613 22nd?PRIVATE <J?S80N^
any time. 75c. Course, six lessons, $3.00. Clasi
Tiies.. Fri. Ballroom for rent. $7. W. 11?. j
f WART TO DUNCE ?
You can learn. Our method is Very Easy
and It i/only a matter of beginning. We
can teach yon in a few lessons. Private
course lessons, with individual instruction,
half hour. $1. You need not have an ap
pointment. Open 10 a. m. to 18 p. m.
RIGHTWAY SCHOOL OP DAJfCDfO
1218 Ifew York Awe. If. W.
Tax 10 Years America's 7s
Jack tlottmnn and Lillian Hoskint,
Formerly Mrs. H. L Holt
1141 Conn. are. Ball routs and all beaacbee ??
?tare dancing correctly tauaht. Clssesa fof
child rep and edaltn Fr. IMW
WEDNESDAY EVENING DANCINO CLASS.
Latest steps. Miller"*. 1226 Conn. srs.
TOE DAM INC CLAM. *
Wanted: 10 young ladle* join the aper.nl
Toe Dancing Ballet risen Information. eet
Frank 1415 W , Dnpont Mudiu. 6 I?up*nt c r.
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