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wtwas misspelled "expret" in our
irle. Those to receive the Ja-.(
-is -aadles are Mrs. A. Duplan, 731
_b..- street; Hart Schwarsen
- it Delaronde street, and An
1r Oser. 3122 Magazine street.
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T PRESENT ON PAGE 14
WuES WILL BE AWARDED EACH
THREE SUCCESSFUL CON
Locla Wamts
Young Man Wanted
SRetail Store---A bright young
mo net subject to government draft,
Secure good employment at
se. Address in own hand writing,
w.h reference. Address Business,
ne Herald Office. l-t.
HELP WANTED.
A drl or woman with canning factory
e who can handle female help.
Ilar pesition for one who will work.
",y to Canning Factory. Algiers Herald.
WANT TO BUT
lee Algiers 161 for highest prices on
ape, water tlters, copper, brass, lead, sinc,
o rubber, scrap iron.
ALGIERS SCRAP MATERIAL 00.
921 Patterson St.
lost anmd TFound
,WST--Oarnet poplin dress. Saturday
;t. on 8:40 p. m. trip of Canal Street
RLy. Return to 805 Elmira avenlue
s- receive reward.
Os Friday, April 19th. while attending the
gYsrd funeral-a gold handle. silk umbrel
; eqngraved, Miss M. J,hnson. Reward if
su-ssed to 1017 Thayer St.
& three room and
kitchen single cottage
built two years ago.
Papered inside. This
ouse together with six
Sof ground will he
for
T-rm 1.3 cash balance
ia one and two years.
Apply to
0. V. Cooper
Care The Herald
ui8ld Now in
SevnLarge Lots
of Ground
h nadsd by Brooklyn Ave.,
sadlb Brialier Sits. Five
D''klya Ave., and Railroad
.ee Mock drom street car line. Two
s~ tilLewrene St. SPLEN
SMALL FACTORY OR
SU.DOING PURPOSES.
~L Teseday, April
IS ,1918, at 12 M.
t Isl Estse Eadase, 311 Baronne
- e O(lmss. For measurements, soe
SMOP M. RICAU. Auntieer.
so:; *i* wood steove; one x
*S.. Appiv!t
se ll ls bhae. Address P.Pt
Speet. Apply S Thayer St. 1-t
* Notice
I "eel o ela
---- --s Stiwe
|% • ._____
a. -,lf nos~ts
FRUIT YEGETABLES.
Vegetables, Fruit. Fish, Game. Groceries,
Oysters.
L PETER TALLUTO
Cor. Ali: and Bermuda St Phem AlgIers 431
FR1US MEAT
Central Market, Phone Allgiers 431, corner
Aliz and Bermuda streets. Coiee Beef,
Pork, Veal and Mutton. Fresh meat any time
of day. S CATANESE, Prop.
EL-IO WI-RING.
J CHARLES TOFFIER W. J. TOSTIER'
STAR EILIECTRIIC Co. -
ELECTRIC WORK OUR SPECIALTY
Fans, Bought, Sold and Repaired. All Wek
Premptly Attended to
PPhLee Main 5117 New Oleau
338 N. RAMPART STREET
SOUTHERN LIGHTNING
ROD CO.
Lightning Rods and Ornaments
We contract to construct Lightning Rods subject
to rules of Louisiana Fire Prevention Bureau.
H. J. CONRAD, 819 Iberville St.
JEWELERS.
S My Motte Quick Service Best of Skil
F. E. BOUE
MANUFACTURING JEWELER
Platiata Worker Diamond Setting
and Repaitrng
Old Gold, Silver and Platinum Bought
310 MACHECA BLDG. New Orleans, La.
EXPERT IN DIAMOND SETTING AID
IN PLATINUM WORK
Ao CAOJEI
SN 1NUFACTURING JEWELER
Repairing A Specialty
Main 5383
211 GODCHAUX NEW ORLEANS
BUILDING LOUISIANA
MATTRESSES. FURNITURE.
J. L. WALLACE, Mattress Maker, uphol
sterer, old mirrors resilvered, responsible fur
- niture packer and mover: wagon to hire. 713
't Teche street Phone. Algiers 9127.
MISCEILLANEOUS.
I- LO RS
New Orleans Florist
R. GEORGER
Successor to Schindler & o.. Floral Artist.
Residence Phone Galvez 1807--L; Store Phone,
Hemlock 786-1940. 911 Decatur Street. Our
specialties: Wedding bouquets. funeral de
sitns. floral work, house and church dec
orations.
JEWELRY AND REPAIRING.
F. A. BRUNET
Established 1878
JEWELRY
313 Royal St.
Expert Repairing Done
REPAIRING.
ALL kinds of repairing, Bicycles Watches,
Clocks, Umbrellas, Guns, Locks and Keys.
L Anything else that is broken. Algiers Print
ing House. 813 Teche St. If
Turn Empty Sacks Into Money
Ship to Louisiana Bag Corporation,
New Orleans and receive highest
market price. Phone M. 1390.
PLATING.
BRASS BEDS REFINISHED
NICKEL PLATING
BRASS PLATING
COPPER PLATING
NEW ORLEANS PLATING &
POLISHING WORKS
519 Carondelet Street Main 3498.
Full Paid and In.
stallment Shares
Earn Dividends
from Date of Issua
Pyramid Homestead
A8sln 704 Liverpool a London a Globe
Building Phone Main 5306
EVERTTMING ILCTRICAL.
SElectric Fans, Electric Vibrators. Maud
Lamps sad Electrical Construction. See
our Daylight Lamps.
SrAmDAnD LtacTrIc coNSr. Co., Ic.
W Campi tret hoe I H11
DENTISTS
Pheon Main Ila
RICHARD GC ROOT D. D. .
O~ee 637 CANAL STRhiT Csr. ROYAL
U NEW OIZANA +4.
TIIAI)RS.
" LADIES' TAILOR
SAits made to eonder at reumable pri"es
SAleso remodeliang. Guarantee to make to to
- latest styles.
Best refereases of the city.
M. FOX. 64 & Carrollton Ave
- Pbone WaL 22 Near St. Carles Ave.
? ThLs Cupon Iis worth 2e ln trade on
Sany suLt to be dry or steam cleaned and
MODEN CLEANUESI
. Treadaway, rep.
M1 Opeleom Ave. Cr e .
s . A iP Cor Ltd.A W isM der aJ
ph.o. Hd* 3. MU to ms D tor .
I-t
- Wanted To Purchase
lSHIP YOUR 3ON¶ PE METAL AND
FULL PRICE PAID FOED
- PLATINUM. OLD GOLD
E. 1-1 ST. 13? E 1T,
,- Ha
We pay highest prices for old buildings.
LOUISIANA DEMOLISHING CO., INC.
111 Lafayette St. Phone"'. ]
R. B. BENTON SONS T
Junk. Empty Botles, Demljohn%. of all
such bought and sold.
Phone Main 2200 J1
220-222 S. Liberty St. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WALL PAPER-PAINT
HAVE YOUR WALL PAPERING DONE
BY A PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER.
HUCKtNS.
334 ALIX ST.
Phone. Aalers 211
- FOR
-
Wedding Presents
Sot Frenchman St.. near 3rd District Ferry
WOOD AND COAL
JOHN KAPPLER, Dealer in Coal. Firewood
ar' ce. Express to hire. 447 Elmira Avenue.
Phone Algiers 525-W.
Automobhle Iepairs
AUTO TIRES
REPAIRED
AND VULCANIZING. I
Best and Prompt Work and T
Reasonable Prices. C
A. ROSER, A
813 Baronne Street. Main 1573 _
REASONABLE PROMPT ATTENTION
PRICES TO ALL WORE
IBELL PA NN BgR
FIRST CLASS MACHINISTS
AUTO REPAIRING
Gas & Gasoline Engine Work
1201 Decatur St. New Orleans. La.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS.
Demand the Radium Steam Syste:n
VULCANIZING
"Keep The Tires U' \Vithi Your Car."
Repairing and painting a .pecial:y.
LIBERTY GARAGE & TIRE SERVICE
GEO. DOWNIE, Manager.
1110 St. Peter. Just off Rampart St.
lHemlock 1904.
MAIN 5050
FOR HIRE BY DAY NIGHT
OR TRIP.
SEVEN PASSENGER
Stearns Eight. 2.00
Cadillac Eight. Per
Willys-Knight. Hour
Jeffery
ESTOPINAL AUTO SERVICE
GARAGE 114 BASIN ST.
Used -
MOSSLER AUTO EXCHANGE
431 SAROONN STREET
MOTOR CAR HABITAT
Safe storage for cars. Eliminates motor
ists' troubles. Autos garaged, washed, pol.
ished, oiled, greased and repaired.
Complete stock of tires and accessories.
t THE GENERAL AUlOMOBILE COMPANY'
E. Jameavile, Pre.
S4s carmelet Strt Phes Main 9a3.
im. LASKA CO.
AITOUOUIS ICYCLES, SUIUES,
6 MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
IUalM. M MaAA A W IALTi
TEXACO OASOLINE AND OIL STATION
L. S. SOULMAY, Mgr.
IMAIN 4651 210 N RAMPART STEET
22.5 . Sp 822 . p
arae 1r.
SPBSONe plelne prtal ** cinvst.
..tn T ..d..... C... um..
d a PoIas B IVaiSTM, or pTs.
P. . HodMala 4D4u or inarmo
Jo. coeenerni preita to iavestors n
4er the Latin Amlea Invetment
Plsa for 1916-1937.
Ms. EATM LAMOI
Graduate Midwife
- 4 Meonree 8t. Phone Ag. ND-W
e meems free Ceadment
SLLEL'S GAS OIL
1]! W . 1 alriue W ss1rte I
- YiL,- PemWE&UlT e
htg 1eA a a 8)eeh
'w em aIs resr a*0 -
Q I U US eh ensne
betMi jns ss
The only exclusive Bicycle dealers
in the South.
TYLANE, CROWN, INDIAN AND
IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES.
JUVENILE BICYCLES $17.00 up.
1l0 Claiborne, corner St. Peter.
Phone Hem. 870
RELIABLE TRUNK FACTORY
Joe. Loreatt, Vrrp.
TRUNKS AND SAMPLE CASES
MADE AND REPAIRED
All Work Nestly Done.
ii2 ROYAL STRIELT
Phoee Hemlock 5
EVE1 ING SCHOOL
THE SCHOOL WHERE YOU CAN GET
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IiQ SHORT
IIAND (PITMAN SYSTEM), TOUCH SYS
TEM TYPEWRITING AND OTHER
COURSES. ALSO DICTATIONS FOR
SPEED. CALL AT 1416 ELYSIAN FIELDS
AVE. TERMS MODERATE.
FLOWERS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
We can promptly fill orders for any
Flowers
We Carry in our Salesroom a Choice
Supply of Cut Flowers
FUNERAL DESIGNS OUR SPECIALTY
The Flower Shop,
Henry Schuermann. Prop.
Main 2021 100 BARONNE ST.
Southern CClo e of
Music
1461-1465 MAGAZINE.
All instruments taught, also Elocu
tion. Expression, Harmony, Languages.
Solfeggio, Vocal Instructions and clas
sical dances.
Southern College of Music G6le Club
S1.00o Per Month $1.00
Ukulele, Mandolin, Guitar, Ukulele
Banjo and Hawaiian Taropatch.
Send" for Catalog.
Citizens Bank
Trust CoImpany
:: of Louisiana ::
620 Gravier street
OLDEST BANK SOUTH
Thrift Stamps and War Savings
Stamps for Sale
Savings Deposits Bear 38% In
terest.
Compounded Semi-Annually.
MONEY TO LOAN.
7 Interest on Mortgages
$50.00 payments on prsinc
pal reduces interest.
No bonus.
Liberty Homestead
730 COMMON
A. COOPZR
EXPERT DIAMOND CUTTER
RE
rXlPET DIAMOND APPRAISER
All kinds of Jewelry reirtla
In CAMP STRET
Seoed Flor.
- Worner's Grocery
. V.SEInRA, Prop.
ALL OOOD THUWQ TO NAT.
S Best Grocery Doew Tow,
eplansade uad O·eies 8ls.
Phoo Hrem. ST7
1 PArTATE T, RA CoARIC
8DCURZD. lPIL & HAYlORD, 4
w~mcvli wmFRL m arrou
ULBI. AB D
sea~ulY
WISH.
GRIMALDI & CU.. dealers In sar, game,
turtles, etc.. orders received day and might.
French Fish Mkt. 13. al
MODERN CLEANERi it
B. Tredaway, Prop. ti
441 Opelousas Ave. (or. Nunez St.
HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE.
a
SCHIRO HORSE EXCHANGE
When you are in the market for mules or
horses at reasonable prices, see
LUCAS J. ScTIIRO.
41I Pena Street. Main 260L
Satisfaction guaranteed.
A. Go. lANQUE
MANUFACTURER of hares.. addlery and col
lars, horse hat, bonnets, pads and boots. All R
kinds of strap work. Full line of oils. greases. 1
auto and stable supplies. First class workmanship. t
Prompt attention to all orders.
2434 Iberville St. Galvez
Near Rocheblave. 1254
MULES, MARES AND HORSES
M GLASER'S
HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE
921 to 929 Perdido E.S. Cobb. Auctioneer
Phone Main 505 Phone Main 4958
MULES--MUIES
FOR SALE AND FOR HIRE
We at all time carry a good supply of stock to
r select from. Private Sales Every Day. Auction
Sales Every Wednesday and Saturday. If you e
have any stock to dispose of let us handle them
for you: or if you want to buy, see us before pur -
chasing elsewhere.
s SCHMIDT'S
HORSE and MULE EXCHANGE
Choice Lot of Animals
Always On Hand
Marets
Mules
214 David Street Galvez 1069
SOe N C. DAVYd
HARNESS AND SADDLERY COMPANY, Ltd,
Manufseturers of
Cllanrs, Harness, Saddles and Automobile Straps
All Leather Goods Repelring
Promptly Attended To.
Harness Made to Order andCanrefully Fitted
at the Lowest ProAs.
143-145 MAiAZIME STIEET Maile 313
Albesrt Bolinfger
Dealer In
Horses and Mules
Phone
Hem. 9114
P. O. Address
ARABI, LA.
Freom CaNsgatmety Releived weekly
A fresh Car load of Holsteins
and Guernseys just arrived. Cet
cows that will mLake you money.
Werts t DouglaBs
Crescent City Stock Yards
IROOFPERS AND SLATE DeALERS
DEMAND THE FULL NAME
YOU WILL HAVE THE ORICINAL
ALIHrT sReIs LATE an Fid M u., le.
e1.8111 N.1 Rampat itr e
MAIN 1212 NO BRANCH YARDS
ROYAL HAT CLEANING
AND PRESSING SHOP
SPAToOTC L AT us BILP
Have Your Old Hat Made New
We clean all kliads of hats.
Satisfaction s uaranteed.
Hats made to order, y200.
We call and deOiver.L
128 Royal St. Main 519
Il- RPOER OL
CUTS, SORES, BURNS
MING OF NORANG OYRLS
ROYAL 8 HA LENN
ENJOYABLE I),IAY.
On Sunday last. a jolly crowd met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.ang
in Annunciation St.. and boarded a
truck and proceeded to ('ity I'ark.
where a most enjoyable tiil ' was
spent under the giant oaks. tCant.
of all kinds were played.
A tasty luncheon was preparedtI'
and enjoyed and other refreshments
were served throughout the day.
Those participating were .li,'
Margaret Noonan. Ora and 1 eogia
Buhler, iltlda. t'lenientine. and Ot -,
tavia Lang. Melvina Mantell. Iren,
and Helen Inuning. Olivia \iebl,it.
Ruth Mlatulich. Julia and Ellen'
.1 un-ter and Mline Olsen. lii-s,- ii
Ernest Fourcade. Louis Vinot. Thos. I
and A.\drew Noonan. ('harles 'allp
sen. Hlenry Kaul. Sam Tranchina.
('has. Lang. Rudolph Vogt. Emmett
tIhbert, Earl Harding. and Harold
Smith. The chaperones were Mrs
('. J. Lang. Mr. and Mrs. P. Brot
meyer, and Mrs. W. Fink.
SA.R(;EANT IM)NNFIR WILL BEI
HONOREI).
Friday night at the Knights of
P Columbus Hall Mr. Mike I)onner will
r be given a reception by his friends
in honor of his promotion to sar
geant and his visit home an fur
lough. Sargeant Donner joined I
the colors some months ago and he
has been at Camp Beauregard in
training. His many friends feel
proud of the fact that he has demon
.strated his ability to command men
and his early promotion means other
good things for him later on.
I IIHLER B.tACK FROM SPAIN.
N. A. Buhler, one of our young
citizens who went to sea a few
months ago. has just returned from
France. Italy and Spain where he
has been on one of the vessels sail
ing out of this port. Mr. Buhl-r
° states that during his time at sea
it was his lot to witness the tor
- pedoing of one of the ships of the
fleet. Mr. Buhler will leave short
ly again for other ports.
RFA ITA.L.
MISS H.%G(ERTY PIAYS AT
Miss Mayme Iraggerty was one of
the pupils of New.comb School of
Music who gave a recital yesttrday.
Miss llaggerty opened the prograc
with Schumann's Sonata in F-.ah.trp
c :,inor. Besides this she played Sga-r
lati's Nocturne in D)-flat major, Op. 31.:
;,nd three of I)r. Ferrata's conlpesi
Rotary Tooth Brushes.
Inventors steinl to Ie pying a great
deal of :ttention to rotary tooth brush
es lately. Many Itents have been
granted on devices of this kind. snia('
I of which are distinctly inlg nious. Some I
of these devices depend for the ro-I
tary movement upon the tig;i.tening and
loosening of the grip ,n a pair of han
dles, and it appe:ars that tihe polishing
Slmember is excepltionally well suited tc
reach tooth surfaces that are well-nigh
inaccessible with present tooth brushes.
Furthermore, there ippears to be less
danger of injuring the gums with the
rotary type of toothbrush, for the rea
son that few people take the trouble to
use the flat brush properly.
Pleased With His Story.
In a letter written to WV. D. How
ells by Mark Twain in 1880, when he
was writing "The Prince and the Pau
per," he says he takes so much pleas
ure in his story that he is in no hurry
,. to get it done and off his hands. He
adds: "Imagine this fact-I have even
fascinated Mrs. Clemens with this yarn
for youth. My stuff generally gets con
siderable damning with faint praise
out of her, but this time it is all the
other way. She is become the horse
leech's daughter and my mill doesn't
grind fast enough to suit her. This
is no mean trulamph, my dear sir."
Three Kinds of Sweet Odors
Sweet odors are of three kinds-the
floral, the aromal and the balsamic.
The first group includes all those de.
rived from sweet-smelling flowers and
plants; the second, those derived from
musks and resains; the third, those de
rived from leaves and gums. The oht
to, or essential oil of perfume, is ob.
Stained In three several ways-distil
lation maceration and eulourage.
Henmstitching
- CENTS-6-CENTS
·Btte. Ce*ver im Sheet Netice
Best workmanship and good service.
Stamping for Embroiderise
of all kinds.
STAR EMBROIDERY WORKS,
3*6 Bemme Mals 647
San 15 to 5S%---Iy esu Tim hni
The World's Greatest
SCut Rate Tire House
O 0 Ssalse i abt s Wh, Ues sad
r y 7a.tOy Omlaml t Ohi ru C
sad UATIUALCTIOl
I TIRES I TUBIES
313 -11 .3 I9.2 8.3 I
30-3 - I3.25 11.25 15 25
3lsu3 11.. 10 Il 1.75 170 1
als4 165 M as as
3 . 11 1175 1 * 3.3
35m4 - !1 I3.3 3.70 OS
33.5 1 21 35 4.5 140
NaI< ~ as as 4.15 4.3
33s 215 aU 5* 4.1
535 1.3 MiS 5.86 52
Fiell, Thrs~hbbt~er
HIS BATTLE;
By LILLIAN H. CROWLEY.
t(LpCragiht, I!l, , by ti..' .1~1TLure Newspa
per Syndicate.)
"Harry, weren't you a little hard on
the boy? Perhaps he couldn't help It.
There may have been a reason for his
delay."
"What excuse could he have? Mes
senger boys are always late; looking
in the windows somsewhere. I suppose, ri
instead of getting here with my suit."
"Dear, you are unreasonable because
you are anxious to be on time with
'Elizabeth. You will have to learn to
control your temper or it may get you
into serious trouble. The poor boy was
breathless and tried to explain but you
wouldn't listen. Can't you see, dear,
that the world will not come to an end
because things turn out a little dif
ferently than you planned?"
Mrs. Dangerfleld looked at her son
with some misgivings. She realized
more and more that he was giving
way to a hasty temper that was natu
ral to him and that he had no thought
of curbing it.
Harry took the box of clothes up.
stairs and after a hasty dressing, hu-.
rled out of the house and down the
street to the home of his fiancee,
Elizabeth Boothby, several blocks
away.
As he neared his destination, he
saw a young man run down the steps
of the house, jump into his automobile
and drive away in the opposite direc
tion. lie recognized him as Harold
Young. one of his own friends and a
popular young man of their set, and
a pang of jealous anger shot through
him.
He mounted the steps with all the
rage of the previous hour returned.
When Harry entered the living-room
he saw Elizabeth bending over a
basket of pink roses. She looked up
at him andi smiled.
"Didn't I see Harold Young just
leave here?" he demanded.
"Yes." said the astonished girl.
"And he brought these flowers,
didn't he?"
"Yes." again answered the now
frightened and bewildered girl, "but-'
"Then this is what I shall do with
''them."
' arry took the basket, threw all the
lovely roses on the floor, and stamped
ltheir beauty to nothingness. Then.
!turning on his heel without one look
'at Elizabeth, he left the house and
,went home.
Weeks passed and Harry nursed hid
anger and jealousy with stubbornness
SHe did not go anywhere that he might
;mI eet Elizabeth. Every one was a
Sbusy with war and Red Cross work
1that he was not missed as he other
wise would have been.
One day while Harry was sitting IM
Is office miserably unhappy in Ms
onging for the girl who was to have
n his wife, the door opened and I
Fwalked Louise Spencer. Louise was an
intimate friend of Elizabeth. Harn'
was pleased and Aurprised as he areas
to receive his visitor.
"Harry," began Louise at once, ".
;came to see if you would help us wic.
(he flowers?"
"The flowers," exclaimed he, "whal
,owers?"
"Why didn't you know that iain'.
.eth is the president of the AngelM
Flower Mission and I am the seer
tary?
"No. Tell me about It, please."
"I supposed Elizabeth had told 7y
!ll about it. We were elected to aod
'some time ago. We collect Sowe
from our friends and take them to th':
lck people on our list. Harold TYol)i
has driven his machine en most oef i
errands for us, but he sails for ?r·a6
iezt week and we need yo, Bart~y."
"Does Ellzabeth know yo were i
lag to ask met"
"No, she doeen~t. I only thaogtr
Ct this morning. I have bem so ugas
by Harold's goig away. Tonlght
engagement is to be announced ad
am telllng you now so that you wi$:
understand. You will help us, we
you. Harry?
"With all my heart ad soul.l,
Shelp. You can depend ea ms dbr a
nliht for saythlng."
After she left, Harry walked p oan
dowa the length of the reoo ma
tlma. Twee he took down the s,
eeiver ot th tslplhome eaMy tS put M
back agatin.
His mother's words came bac to
him, "You will have to lear to ar,,
trol your temper or it may get .t
Into serious trouble." IYes, bt tat
the whole trouble. He bhad been Ma"
Ibasty with Ulhabeth as be hl bea;l
with te mengaer boy.
Seinsng Mis hat, e et tM ple de
letters o Mhs desk and went to see
her,
He found her at homo, loeMnig
but as beautiful as ever, sad she
bendlng over a large basket at CI.
that had been sent la for the Ualesi.
late etr face am a a eek t
Sprie ad jo, wrhi 0 qi ickly
-prse Then looknlg cahat a
coldly at him, iMe waited for Mm
He went over to her ad ,
hand. He bent his head even
Stanty and sad:
"Dearest, can yoa em glorgie
beastly tamper? I wag jealam of
ld bease I tbought he b .te .
lowers for you. I have t
the trth I a a s apy ad a
I erseful ad It you foraive me I
eo to try with all the strerath I
e naevtr to let my temper gat
r ea mi r Da. le t e, wo't
15 try me eawln ad let me hp w I&
lowers as Harold has done?
For sazwer two son arms iie*
about his neck
n IFOOD
:IWLL VIN
, ~wb*

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