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( 53 years service to the homefurnisher!)
"NO CASH DOWN!"
"mike your own terms!"
votir of hum#
fumm 1 '*»*• up to 1100 without •
c»*h m tlin* «»f pur
w#> iivlto you, th* M#*tti*
hom*furnl*h#r. to "m*k« jro«f
own tmv-H our *•!! known lib
eral -r«» hi mill fit y%»\ir
Individual
I —conveniently located on the MAIN FLOOK tha appealing ahow
■ In* of trunks, suitcase*. ladies' puises. handbags French Ivory
■ toilet article*, umbrella*.
*9 BI I
>F 7
—an all-fiber. t-ply black »a-
B**r*d trunk: ha* heavy stsel
protected cornera and edg*e,
strong catch'-* an.l lock: Ind*-
atructible—defies th* !•*( * *a*
man
.—l4-tneh ala*. $S1 50 #1 7 4.C
apecial far th* *»k »l ' *^0
—leathrr suitcaa*. haa protected
comrre and two leather atrepe.
lara* and roomy ea»* <Hji>lpped
with ((Hid lock and catch** re a
ular prtc* $* SO: QC
apecfal U r the week .. 99*99
leeeaa at Ptwe St. |0| «• m a. Rlxnlk ai.
a»at«w. Ttmu.
StandardHjESftmutiire Co
WE«TINGHOUSE WANTS a thouaand men who are willing
to be locked up for ten monthe white making a new Implement for
warfare. We gueaa It'a a machine for faatening Brltlah cabinet mln
latara Into their joba.
ODD THAT the fellow who fall* to give flrat I* alwaya de
claring he'd give Me lact dollar.
TO OUR PATRONS
WE ASK YOUR APPROVAL
According to the popular movement for shorter hours,
we, the undersigned, have agreed to close our respective
stores during the months of August and September at 6
o'clock p. m. during the week and at 7 o'clock p. m. on
Saturdays.
You can co-operate with us in this good work by mak
ing your purchases before 7 o'clock, thus making it pos
sible for our employes to spend Saturday nights with
their families and friends. Signed:
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
Cheaaty's
M Prager 6c Company
Lundquist'Lilly
Shafer Brothers
King Brothers
Tailored Ready Co.
Fahey-Brockman
Shaner 6c Wolf
E. N. Brooks 6c Co.
Singerman's, Inc.
Kennedy's, Inc.
L. B. Westerman
The Hub Clothing Co.
Friedman & Wolfson
Hatton-Oliver
Gus Brown
Carl Schermer
W. B. Hutchinson, Nicker son Co.
John Lindh Company
Outlet Clothing Co.
The Wilcox Co.
Sterling Men's Wear Co.
TAILORS
T. J. o*Neil
Stone The Tailor, Inc.
Stone Brothers
J. M. Cunningham
Seren 6c Baldridge
W. H. Butchart
Stetson Tailors
C. Aragona
Butler & Blumenthal
J. B. Tracy
Imperial Tailoring Co.
Oxford Tailoring Co.
Kane The Tailor
S. H. Sacks
your additional
purchases added
to your account I
—If you have an ac
count here your addi
tional purchaaee will
be added without a
flrit payment
- th* nsw Rosalit* tr«»*lin«
baa w*ira butter than l*ath
ar. a* touch >• walrus hid",
mad* In walrus cratn. In t
at ass-
It-Inch sis* r*«ular I*'o. «p*
t-lal for th* w**k . |4.« l
IT-lnch ala*. r*cular IT (0, *p«-
Ctel for thn »»»h 15.43
11-tneh ail*. r*gular |l SO, apr
dal for th* w **k .. .M.4S
a railed showing of sew
Ideas In wardrobe trunks:
—wardroH* trunk* of nany
practical and n«w**t I4*a/v
■*t on* now at th*a* aavlna*
-airan" ala* wardrobe trunk.
r»*ular |!» SO, special for th<
w**k .... air. Hi
full an* wardrch* trunk with
Interior equlpn>»nt. r*irular
I 1T.40. ap?i la! for th* «• • k
at MT.Tg
Pendleton & Holt
Stamm Brothers
Wm. C. Green
McDonald Hat Shop
K. K. Tvete
Bumsidc Hat Co.
Black and While Hat Co.
E. L. Tvete
C. C Filson
J. S. MarcuMon
Young 6c Baile
Hardeman Hat Store
Eastern Outfitting Co.
Westberg & Child*
Pacific Outfitting Co.
Florence Company
Gately's
New York Outfitting Co.
F. C. Kavanaugh
O. G. Thai
A- B. Freyd
SHOES
Eggert Shoe Company
Turrell Shoe Co.
Regal Shoe Company
Plymouth Shoe Co.
Hamilton Shoe Co.
Buck Shoe Co.
Florsheim Shoe Co.
W. Bern hard Shoe Co.
Walkover Boot Shop
Baxter 6c Baxter
Wallin 6c Nordstrom
Smith & Co.
Brown Brothers
Packard Shoe Store
Mod*J Sampls Shoe Co.
Hoyt Shoe Company
G. B. Phillips, Inc.
Phillips Bros.
Heart Sample Shoe Co.
WOMAN SLUGGER
ASSAULTS 12;
OFFER REWARD
After a doran brutal aaaaulta
on woman, probably a ecora of
cseea wh» re woman hava baan
robbad and frightaned by thuga.
and almoat numbariaaa In
atancea of woman being
ahadowed and followad In out
lying dlatrlcta. the city counoll
paaaed a resolution Monday af
ferlng a reward of $',000 for
each arrest and canvictlon of
men guilty of such brvtal at
tacka.
Tha "di«tan bona fide" attacks
la the estimate "f t'apialn of Infec
tives Charter Tennant. from the
actual r««~oril« at the |>olt< n station
It la believed thai there are tnanr
other cases which have not boon
rvrn reportad to fbe pollca, the »lr
tlma dreading possibility of pub
licity.
• Mtvty thr aUrni® arw #ii»ic
gerated," aald Capt. Tannanl, "be
cause women arw tarrorlaad by re
perl* of the woman-alugger being
at large."
The resolution of the cootHrll
atatea that "The recent attacks up
on women have created a condition
of fear atul am let y among women
that fa Intolerable "
Mr* tl M Keefe, too a»e.
wna attacketl by a man Monday
nUht, *ho put bla arm around her
neck and threw her to the ground.
Bhe offered him her valuablea If ha
would not harm her. and when ha
refueod them, ahe acreatned Tha
aaaallant fled down aome atapa
near by. lending to Yealar way
Police officer* were unable to lo
cate him whan they wera aant to
the Vicinity In reepoaae to the
alarm.
U. S, NOT OBUBATED
TO CONQUEST AIMS
IJr 1 rH*4 rr* I «••»«» WIM
WASHINGTON, July 31 T>»
t'nlted flutea la not obligated to
follow Fmrno to her ambition to
regain It *»• of
flriaily elated here today Nor I*
the American relation toward the
aM>« euch that thl» go«»niment
would n« i r»«arily demand freedom
for certain |>arta of Anatrla.
lUlfour. In y«»t*rd*y
that Kngland would fight until
•■"ranee r- K.itised the territory aim
held before Btumarck, apohe only
for Knglind. It w«g dated
Officials would not »ay how
Anx-rlc* atanda on the Alaace-Lor
raine. but they made It plain the
t\ » t» cot ne<-**«arfly going to
roll In the alllea politic* The T'
S will, however, lnalat on raatora
tlon of Belgium.
GUARDS TO REMAIN
nf » B!ie« w I«aw«*i "
OLYMPIA. July s: Natlonnl
l Onard trooja now in federal aerv
, ire and doing cuard duty In tfc«
! at*te will remain, aald a roee»»g»
i received by fk>*. Llater from Bao
retary of War Halier yeeterdar.
BTAR-TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1917. PAGE 2
GILL TO ARREST
STRIKEBREAKER
FOREMAN HERE
City datactlvaa racalvad
ardara from Mayar QUI Tuaa
day morning to arraat Gang
fortman Wallaca, of th» atraat
car atrtkabraakara' outfit In tha
Gaorgatawn barna for heating
un and naarly killing William
Lavln, a Jrwiah atrlkabraakar,
whan tha lattar rafuaad to go ta
Tacoma to oparata atraat cars
I<*rln »»» m badly injured t hut
ha waa eplrlted out of Ihe barn In
an uni'oitai-loua vendition and litWnu
to a dortor In tlin l.yon building
for treatment Monday. Ha ap
|-ealed lo Mayor tllll for protection
Tun 'day.
!«•»! told tha mayor that the
gang had btwn brought hero on the
pratenna of going to Philadelphia.
They did not know It wa* auch a
bad *trlke, lie »aUI
"If I • ent back to Naw York."
•aid !«vln, "thai would kill ma,
l'*a got t» mora my family out
hara "
Ha la marrtad and haa two chll
Aran
I«vlO derlar«d mutiny had brok
on out anion* the gtrtkabreakora
"I know of 60 of them <hat are
•Irk of the * hole thing." be aald.
"and they want to get out hut
th> y can't, becauae the company
ke«pa guarda around them."
"HtrtkTt ar# arreated when thev
riot." Mayor OUI aald "Thean fel
lo»* can't rAn« In ht-re nud get
a»*y with It when they Imlf kill
the men under tlieiu "
CITY TO RESIST
TRACTION PLAN
TO RRISE FARES
Mayor 011 l too* step# Tu##-
day t# have Corporation Ceun
a#l Caldwell r#al#t b#fora the
atate public aervle# canvrdaalon
th# traction rompany'e ord#r
to atop selling all car tlchata
for a quartar.
Altbo <'aldwell wrote to tb# conn
ell .lulv 14. aaklng for instruction
on whether or not to r»#l*t the
order, he never received an an»wer.
ill# communication ia #tlli In the
handa of Councilman Ijtn#. <»f tbe
Judiciary «immi , i»»
On reoetpt of Mayor Olll'* letter
Tue*day. Caldwell Immediately got
in touch with the public eervlce
rommiaalon. In *e**ion at th# Cham
b«r of Commerce and Commercial
Club, and gained permlaaioo »o pre
aent the city'# ca»e later, altho It
had been aet for today.
A. P. VIOLATIONS
BRING TIGHTER
CENSOR RULE
n> r»ii.ii r™-o twi <"'■
NEW YORK. July ll.—Or**-
tie regulations to prtvent pub
lication of any *ord of Ameri.
can troop landing* or other
United States military prepar
atton tbrmid irt now In affect.
Tha n»w rtgu 1 atlona follow
fallura of the Aaaoclatad Preaa
ta eamply with apaetfe ra
quaata of government
both in England and hare, to
omit reference to an Amtri.
can contingent landing abroad
laat Saturday.
"Repeated and serloue violation*
of the voluntary cenaorahlp have
tieen attempted to be excused on
the ground of misunderstanding or
lark of positive Information." aald
Oeorge Creel, chairman of the rnm
mittee on public Information. laau-i
Ink tlie new r«»f'ilatlon».
"Hale* have been taken to maka
this statement of neceMary secrecy
*0 COTrrlrte and specific aa to leave
no room for botiest ignorance or!
dishonorable evasion "
Secretary Raker declared he*;
henr'llv approved the now rule*,
and Crael'a explanation of why they
are necesaarv Tl>e government ap-j
p»ala again to all preaa aaaorla
tlona and newfjiper* to abide
atrlctly by the regulatlona and "ex
tend* gratitude and high apprecia-
Hon" to the "overwhelming propor
tion of newspapers which have elv
en un»»lfl*h. patriot if adherence to
the voluntary agreement" of the
put.
» : i
! New Envoy to Japan
Morris, a Phll&delphlan, hm been
nominated for the poet at Toklo left
var-Ant by th« death of the lute
Oeorße W. Guthrie.
WAR TAXES RAISED
lit Culler! I'wu Iwwrl VJp#
WASHINGTON. July 31.—A !
per cent Hiirtjix on rnri>oratlonii, In
rresHe In surtaxeH on Incomex
over *lf»,000 an Increase of )l a
Ksllon In the tax on distilled nplr
ltd and un Inrrrnmi of 50 centH a
barrel on beer were agreed upon
today by the senatn finance com
mittee as amendments to the rev
eaoa UiL
Here They Are! Out of Jail, Bat Ready to Picket Again
Washington'* picketing *uffrHgiitt* am out of jail and bark aj;aln, ready lo take up old dutlra
In front of the White llou*e. Left to right: Mm Ollaon 'iardnar. Mln Minnie Abbot. Ml** J«-*nctt#
KrothLnghaiH, Ml** Mary Ingham, Mm II I! Kinkhead, Mr*. K II If!!!««. Mm U <i. Reyneau. Ml**
Julia llurtbut, Mm John Winter* liraniian. Ml** I»orl* Hlav«.n», Ml** Anne Martin, Ml»* Eleanor Caln&n,
Mr* U. (' Mayo and Mr* J A. 11. Ilopkln*. who la »rartD* tht> apron *!>• mad« In piiaon.
REGULAR COPS
WILL REPLACE
STRIKE GUARDS
Couecll Monday rafuaed to
confirm th# appointment of H
•peclal policemen to guard #*-
prwee wagon# during th# strife#,
and Mayor 011 l Tuaiday morn
ing announced that he Intended
to put ragular policemen on th#
wagona.
"Altho 1 hate Uie right to do *o,
I have no Intention of re-appolnt-
In* the 19 men whom thf council
pefueed to confirm. be<-*u*« Hoi
ton thought they were gunmen, '
aald the mayor.
Ninety four 'property guard*"
for the traction rrmipmay wore con
fined b> council. Councilman
H*«keth alone voting "no"
J I. Htar.nard, reneattlng en
gineer of i'ortland. wrote to coun
cil offering to report on th* s»wer
poaaibllltira oft'edar r!«< r. InHtwn
Cednr fall* and th# Intake at
Im: latere, for |'&0 if Us* data
In the engineer'* office la lntuffl
dent for hi* work, he want* the
city to give him men to make hi*
own renearcb
CHAMBER IS HOST
TO BOY DELEGATES
One hundred and fifty boy# from
every part of the *tat* of Washing
ton will tw tlir gurau of the Cham
her of Comn «-rce and rommerrlal
Club at a luncheon in the Commer
cial Club room* Wednesday They
ar# the delegate* to th# Cong re*a
of Youth. which will convene to
morrow «t Rolling Ray. Frank JUo
ran'a private *chool for toya
Th* boya Were selected from 101
ri!l** and towna of the elate to act
a* delegates to lh« eongrasa Tliev
wilt hear deba'ea and dlacuaalona
on public questions
ALEXANDER HOPE IS
FOUND DEAD AT DESK
Alexander Hope, venman la thn
Fulled States ! oat! it lard aervlce,
died of brurt failure at hla desk.
r«" m federal I'illdtnf. Tuea
day morn In* He «aa 3D year*
old. and had Ue<-n In the aervlra 14
yeara
Aiktiil
U£N fIST
TREATMENT
CARE
MATERJAL
METHODS
Nofa the prominent features of
my highly effk lent aervico.
In nddltlon to thean dlatinrt nd
vantages
MY mit KS ARR TIIK IXIWKST
IN SKATTLK
AND I Rt rrESSI'I'LLT TREAT
pvonnitEA (Rit;o's mreaski
NOWTtERE. EXCEPT IN MY OF
PICES, WILL YOI FIND
THIS COMniNATION
Price and Efficiency
THIRD AND PIKE
Entrance 1501 Third Ave.
Not Open Sunday* Main 5769
Soattla, Wash ,
MONEY LEFT WITH THIS ASSOCIATION
ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 6 W LL SHARE
IN EARNINGS FROM AUGUST 1
Not one of our 16,000 Satisfied Savers ever has
been or ever will be called upon to pay any fees,
fines, forfeitures of any description. For 28 years we
have never paid less than *
jg Ofo ON SAVINGS
Compounded Scai-Anmta'ly
Washington Savings and Loan Association
810 SECOND AVE.
Assets 90,300,000 Established 28 Years
ANARCHISTS TRY TO
Kill ELIHII ROOT

Continued From P«fe 1
Siberia, according to trav#l#r*
from Rua#la, arriving her# to
day.
Ftrldgea ahead of Root** train
with »»t afire Juat a» Root waa en
trrlnK Hlberia The train wa«
mopped before It reached the
burning #tructure# and waa de
la) ed for SO houra * hlle the bridge*
vere being repaired I"hen •• Root
waa about to atari araln. Vlatka
atatlon and atorehouae wer# aet
afire and the bla«« apread lo th#
railroad ooache* there
Three train# wern burned and
the Root train waa threa'ened, but
the American ml**lon escaped
Mra, Clregr.ry Maaon, of New
York, derlured that afW th* ater<»
h-jua# and coachea caught flrn.
Mating car# were j uahed down the
track to th# windward of the Root
train. »o that the bre<**«* < arrled
the flame* directly a<»ir.st the
train th# American nuaalon occu
pied
The coolneaa of the engineer of
Raot* train aaved the mi*»lon A#
th# biasing cara approached, he
backed hla car# rapidly away out
of danger. Mrs Ur#>gorv aald Root
r#maliiod perfectly calm during th#
fire.
Whlla »n route thni lluaala. th#
Americana saw Ocrman prisoner#
freely fraternU!ng with Ru**lan
•oldlera and workmen aud Joining
In their *pecchmaking.
GEN.. LIGGETT SEES
RESERVE OFFICERS
PAN" KRANCIBCO. July 31 - MaJ
Oen. Hunter Liggett, commanding
the Western army department, will
review the atudent officer* of th#
Preeldlo training camp today. Hla
will be one of tb« closing feature*
of the camp The routine instruc
tion 1* practically complete.
CONVICT CORNERED
Br I ,u~l r,™, l«w»t Wire
PCTAI.I'MA, Cat. July 31 —That
Carl Otto, escaped convict, aur
rounded by 100 n.»n In a gulch out
aide of IV'aiutna after having stab
bed Policeman Oust Jemeti here
laat night, will n-.er be taken Alive,
waa tho belief expreaaed by the
aherlff today. He believe Otto will
fight until he ta killed or ela« wIU
end hla own life
Otto escaped from San Quentln
a week ajro Jewett wtii recover.
BEAT LIFE OUT OF
IMLF-BREEO INDIAN
EVERETT. .Inly 31 Four Indian
half breeds beat Bob Sllester to
death hern today with flub* and
burled hi* body In aand. They
believed SUeater was possessed of
•rll aplrlta They *er» arrested
by the sheriff
RELEASE FOUR SLACKFRB
Four men Arreated for being
slackers lait Thursday bv the fed
eral authorltlna were re'eaaed yea
terday Joseph Springer, undar
age, lien Harratj: ajid Harry Apple
bftum had registered A. Merkte
was released on condition that ho
register.
Rirrricn
A fellow IrrssH* of n>hts(
Ana be baa a dnnAy bltei
He tbea beraaie excited,
Wblfb aa>« hla nth a frlabt.
nia wife's balr waa the fWb tine
And be rolled It round bts wrist.
Ite lira' en <rlsdls( rltwrr
While bis wife tried ta realst.
And nbea sbe dtd arenas bin
lie tsuabed till be did err.
For sbe nn« rnlhrr nervous
And pari of her balr was aby.
And wblle aeme men an fishing
We bnow j»« nil! ear* u«rr
II" eseb K 41.1. aI!T, COAT,
IIHKS* Bad U AISr
At tbe KI.Oni:M E I TaTAIIIS
•TOIUB.
amiiMi aid ritioir
SENATE FIGHT
OVER BOOZE IS
ON WEDNESDAY
Br l ull*' rnai I Win
WASHINGTON, July Sic-
Dry a My It will pssa Wats
•ay It won't. That waa the alt
uatlon today In the prohibition
fight when defcate wae resum
ed In the ornate. The eenata
hae agreed to vote en the con
stitutional amendment tomor
row. Hows* leaders on both
•Idee are preparing for a big
fight If the senate paeeee the
amendment.
Kaprenent-atl ve Webb, leading
democratic dry, said tba amend
men? would carry In the houae.
Tl* IHtitrlrt of Ctoiumbla dry bill
'ailed by one vote to get a two
third* majority, tint new memlaera
have arrived attire thai, and their
vot»*H arc «ry. Webb aald.
Hepri entatlve Randall, Callfor
nla, agreed with Webb the amend
nient will pans th«'hou*e
Kfti>re>eniaMvrai t»ngworth, Ohln,
•ml Meeker, Missouri. jrt'cdk"trd de
feat of lin* aina-ndment. l>oneworth
belletM It wiU go over until next
MMloo.
TACOMA WILL
GET NEW SHIP
BUILDING PLANT
Bf l'ro*« I Ma# (
TACOMA. Jutl Jl -With con
timet* to build 40 w«oden vessels for
the French government, fJie Fotrnda
tlon <"V>, of Near York, will eatabllah
another *blprard in Tacoma to fllJ
the order. If the city can provide
satisfactory tide flat transportation
facilities.
DEWEY LOSE* BLADE
The itßaraar Admiral Dew*-,
*hiln p'tlllng nw»r from her ;.ier
In Han lYanciaco. struck a pile and
lost one of her propeller bUdes. The
I-aeeengera were tranar'a-rrav* aboard
the Qu»en. Thf Queen arrived bar*
Sunday morning
81NALOA BEINO REPAIRED
The Norwegian freighter Slnatoa,
*Mi"h went anhore near '"ip* Ttlaa
ce laat June. !« extorted t» be la
commlfelon again within two week*,
!■ the Matetrent laaued veoterday br
R S Hoyt. local manager for the C.
Henry Smith Co.
CANT GET SCOWS
»f ' »ll»4 frw t Ml»< win
nKI.IJNOHAM, July St— Salmon
cannerlee here are hitting difficulty
In getting acowa fo handle the btg-
F*"t and flrat catch of i* keye* thte
epajnn On* cannery on Lumml la
land caught 76,000 In one trop, while
*1* otlier nannerlee handled more
than 310.000 flah.
IOWA SUFFERING
*»j trsood Mir*
r>ES MOIMCS. la.. July 31 —
Pome relief, but not much. *ald the
weather man here today, announc
ing the average temperature In
lowa as Kg degree* at 10 a. m To
day'* maximum will be around 100,
ho aaid.
How Bidge Is Built
This section of h troop brldgo
across a narrow valley illustrates
the principle of concentrating
weight on loaning supports at the
onrta. The eupporta are held firm
ly together by heavy rope. Thla la
the work of army engineers and
tkiUed woodsmen.
NOTICt TO BTAR »UB
BCPH:E«B
On »nd •ftar A>iit"*t Int.
1917. tb<- jirl"- of TJi» Ht«r, da
i ||v«ri"l t'T «*»rrl»r within tin
<ity limit* of H«»ttl®, will t>«
' SO*' [/»r month
Honest, Painless
Dentistry
PYORRHEA
DANGERS
INVESTIGATE—
It Concern* You
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Kr*aa I'rtrrkn Kalvr Taar
Btao4
iMMIItau Ikr
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Hfanirk ImIIIIU ml !»•
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ku Ik* krVMul aala«a »»«
maal (kit Ik* »»•"
(rMln M«4|lm u< Mhlw
ik« rituai.m •» D*aiai
»"»«»•
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tlTMlarli IHI((s' I >!«»••• i I*
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or TIHIR* AJU>I »l» «h*
iMlt. mmmmtmm ■ I*" •' "'Ji
M rnl af all taaCk aarrtf
Ur»4 lr«a all caaaaa.
rroKiuiat hiohtk*!
MAS f UVKI
Pra««t>a Ahraalarla la a
i mmmmm aaarra fa* mmny a#
•ka fallawtß* aynHMf «la
#a>M. aal kr a**aa«arr lataa
llaaa atorttM — 7 Uaaai
IHITI*. aa4 Otfcar Br*
Traaklaa.
•kla Plata* aa. latlallat
Rrnkiau aal "IMia.
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tlaaa.
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llmiil aad Bailml ll
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(allratltla ul Uatl IIMH.
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larlUlH DrartOa. latfalgU,
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eal I.FMiaallM.
hwaaaala aad Lug la
tartlm.
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et P>anlii Atvaalarta asek
ataly. I kara mall kaadrada
a( lamtlsattaee to Mae Uta
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llna» af rrarrkm Irr tka
w* at aa latalllaeat raaraa at
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e*Hea at tkeraast aperattoaa
ef laafraaifatatlaa fallawrd
kr a nana at karate aallH
aet treaherata aad kr aasa
aaataa (%• raaa aad aaft tl»-
•wa nrmi<iG crai witk
til H O la aa aaara a(f>rtlaa—
will aa aaare laaalll raw
taatk aad fae. aalaaa a a ear
laet parr Jala af tka klddaaa tar
tar laall * a r-f laptalla), wklak
era keaeatk tke isiu, aNat
laa te tk» rmmtm of tka teetk.
era H»an4 tkaa yaw sees
fia*er, aaaaad fraaa ■ ap Ila tar.
*aa ka earad ky rskktoa tka
ftacee aad leavtaa tka agita
ta* Ha rave flasar.
n*r T» mm MOOT or
tkk rnnnu xm. tt'a
a kad dtaaaa*. aad to maat
aaara piepaa. aklllfal traat
aaeat wtll akaak tke laraada
at tkte «c*r.r.PlW<J LIKE A
•miicr ii tm Niacrr* dia
eaae, kat ga fa a»a af tapa
tattaa aaad akin, fa axpaa la.
wka kaaw WHAT TO DO aad
BOW TO DO IT.
i am a irenturr n
rrtinaA rmumnT
I kava. to mtw aaaaattp aa a
•lata Deasaf Baard fas—kiia
naahaed mm* paaaad ea tka
aaaltria-atlaaa af k aad red* of
aaatlata wka keva saadaatad
t»»a aeDagae aad deal red ta
praaftoe. I Bay a* If was wall
aaaltfled fa naaatoa fkaaa ap
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rira tw fXAimwc to BR
aw Bxnmr niAoxom-
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pearta* tap alala aaek aad
•very day la ar aafftoa wttk.
eaek aad »t«t patlaat I warT
*•». I raa aaavtaee yea.
roitm BTB abovt
PTtmuißA
Wr adrlaa aaal a eat raa a
eeat. I'll aalaaaa raa ta aay
attire. OH fleat-kaad tofar
•eetlea. aad wkea raa pay
rear aaaarr ka aara yea trl
what TBB PAT rw aad
wat T>r ntrnc tbb
aiub fwrmti.
I teadat raa tar ekflled eer
vteea, atvtosr te raa e kick
arder ef Deatal Wttk at
riu«-R« TOC CAW AFTOHD
TO PAT.
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I aee Waraaala, aUa bt
•wa Falataaa Metkad ef Ei
fvaetlaaa Teetk.
raaaalaattoa aad Kattaaate
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