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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK flERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. . ' - 5 t Two Orchestral Concerts Among the Week's Music AT tho Philharmonic Socloty's ftnal concert of tho season In Carnegie Hall this afternoon a "request" programme, cOnslstlnjr of Tscholkovsky-Wngner -music, will bo ,:vcn. It Is: Wagner, overture, "The 1 iylmr Dutchman"; TBChnikovsky, lympliony, "Puthotlquo"; W.agner, the Wanderer's Hldo, Siegfried's Fire Sa-no and tho Rhino Journey from "Siegfried" and 'Tho Dusk of the Hods," nrranged by Josef, Stransky; W agner, Good Friday Spell from "Par nfal," overture, "Tannhaeuser." . The programme for tho New Sym phony OrchestrnVypalr of concerts on HHXt Tuesday night and Wednesday afternoon In Carnegie Hall, with Leo pold Qodowsky ns soloist and Artur Hod.inzky aa conductor, Is: Weber, overture to "Kuryanthe"; Chopin, Muno concerto, in V minor; Tschni Kovsky, .symphony No. 4, 'In F minor. Miss Huell, pianist, with un or chestra of strings from the Philharmonic Mclety, conducted by W...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

FESTIVAL Damrosch's Undertaking Recalls Those of the Past By W. J. HENDERSON. Ni;V YOUK U soon to plungo Itself Into the sen of n niuslu festival. The first concert of tlio scries will tnko place on April 0, nml no lew nn nutlltorhim thou Iho Seventy-first Iteglment Armory is to he the thentro of fiction. Pouhtlcss disinterested olnervcr will Inquire why this city finds it necessary to Indulge In n festival of music. There Is general Iniprcs Blon that what mllH properly he called n music festival begins hero nhout ho middle of October mid continues until the beginning of liny. In the course of that period we have the precious privilege of hearing more than UOO orchestral concert and next season, thnnks to the gen onrdty of some public spirited citizens, we shall have about twenty-flvo wore. In Hie coming month of April Aeolian Hnll Ik booked for forty 'recitals. The season of opera nl the Metropolitan has yet four weeks of "life. And still we are to have a "festival." What Is a musi...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

SHAKESPEARE AND MISS dEMWE EAGELS Ml 38 PEGGY WOOD IN ' . " ' . ' "fi W. I Hy VrfT !L . ' -lj Jom Barrymore Latest of Shakespearian Recruits By LAWRENCE REAMER. JOHN IUKKYMOItE, who 13 now the most Interesting figure in the I11r.il theatre, has modelled his career ns a Shakespearian nctor, In a measure, on that of K. II. Sothern, since he has awaited tho begin ning of the middle years to make his start. Mr. Barrymore Is less than forty by several years. B. H. Sothern made his first appcaranco ns Hamlet In the (i.irden Theatre In 1900, -and in the score of years that have followed he has extended his repertoire In the Shakespearian repertoire apace with Miss Marlowe's. He has continued, with the exception of his few months lit the Booth Theatre, to play only Shakespeare. Could Miss Mnrlowe and Mr. Sothern have returned to the stage after their official retirement and ironed the same degree of Interest in the works of any other dramatist? Mr. Sothern was about forty when he began his ...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

r ' 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALB, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. nf? WKYJ.J. ANT) MR HYDF" AND "APRIL FOLLY91 AMONG THE "MOVIES" m a Vk.o t -a. ja. a t a r a. . . .a. m. m r -a. a jl . -w - JEKYLL AND MR, irVDE," tho I'aramount- Artcrnft plcturo which will be shown at tho IUvoll this week with John IJarrymoro In tho dual role, was filmed under tho oyoa of L'.oyd On boirno, stopson of Ttobert Loulu StO' venson and his collaborator In sovcral fitorli'8. As tho RtioHt of John S. lion orison, tho dlroctor, ho recounted dur Ins tho jiausca when Clam JJeranger's scenario of tho wtory wasn't being "nhot" how tho Scotch novelist wrote tho tile. "Uobcrt Louis Stovenson," said Mr, ' Osbourne, "was 111 most of his Hfo. About eight years boforo his death ho was desperately 111, confined to his bed nil tho time. Ono flight ho had a dream and tho next, day he was writ' lng feverishly, for three days ho put forth this excruciating effort and in that time thero evolved under his pen tho story of 'Dr. Jek...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

MISS GEORGETTE COHAN HOME WITH FOREIGN AIR AND FAME .fleorirt' M. Cohan's Daughter: Tells of riaylng Peter Pan. MIS GEORGETTE COHAN, laughter of America's own (Jcorgo M.. la ii sort of fcml imp Lmsue of Nations. Sho talks Ji'.-o sin KiigllsH filrl and has tho poise, the prat-oK ami tho tricks of eyo of n French demoiselle, nml yot tho dlrect n -s .mil quickness of mind of her ,Mn iiiin father, which will Insist on birakirs out like tho folds of Old n,.r in a musical comedy finale. i-i Miss Cohun hm-edlty and cn-'ii-onmi nt fo bittle for possession of a pretty and oharmlnir young woman. of her European upbringing, th.i child of tho man who wrote "Over Tii.ri" h-us the Continental stamp, un- mutt.iUiMe evidence) that sho has been "out l here." After leaving this fni.n ry first when sho was 7 years cM she was educated until sho was 13 111 a boarding school in Paris h mire was a chateau occupied by NuHoon. There she grew up Mturai'il in the atmosphero of tho man who is reputed in Broad ...

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

1 S"V w TT" WW i ' Mr I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 10 L EASTER Miss Nancy Lane Definitely Decides on April 20 for Her Marriage to Mr. Philip Kauffman Army and Navy Ball Easter Monday. Vabhinoto.v, D. G. March 27. Washington acoins to 1)0 preparing for n sort of hop, skip nnd Jump over Holy Week Into tho gayetlcs of tha Easter iranon centring InrRely nbout brides nnd dances. Moat of tho Easter wed- flings wero referred to lost week, with tho exception of Mlot Nancy Lane's, and thoro was Ilttlo to bo learned About that becnuBQ rho nnd her mother vers lingering In New York over their trnusscauliiff nnd Mr. J.ano wuh out , West on business. Even .Mr. I'hlllp Kauffman, Miss Lane's fiance, was nwy nnd there wemed to bo no ono In Washington to speak with authority rbout the wedding: In which all Wash ington Id most Interested. However, Mrs. Lane nnd Miss Lnno returned home Saturday night. It appears that Mr. Kauffman nlbo was In New York nnd hnd a very sllsht oper...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

11 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. Notes and Three Books on the Dover Patrol Of all tlio varied elements of the Brit ish Nnvy durlne tlio war there was nono so uniformly nnd continuously jilcturfsn.no as tlio forco that was ofJl t Lilly etjleil the Dover Patrol. It had inoi'1 different klndu of croft (usBcm Uej In It, on, under and over tho vatcr, than nny other unit. It was ie pon. Iblo for protecting tho transport to France of every man, every pound of supplies and every cartridge and ilicll that went to th British Expedi tionary Torre. Under the Admiral In of tho Patrol tho brilliant nt ta.lM on OJiond r.nd Zecbrutrse were jilti.itrtl anil carried out, on were tho tlrHiuo operation." alonff the Helgloji lo.ist. And that most (rullant action In vlildi tin' destroyer llrokc, under Capt Kvant, added two dl.'llnwlahed names t, Until Ins naval annals, was a part of the vcon'.i of this plcturosquo und lustily eff-.tio loree that "enrrted on" four "year!". The story...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

12 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. Ml i r i is IGNA rUSSY-WILLOWS and peepers the sprouting grass and the chirp of the robin the warmth of the sunshine and its glint countryside ever beckoned with such insistent attraction? Yes, we all feel quite as you do! We want to get out and away free from the memories of ice and snow into the soft wind that sweeps the salt meadow or to swing a brassie at a dandelion head! We want to gallop again at dawn, to see the flash of the trout when the stun bends low, to swing into the the front seat and speed to the village as the five-fifteen puffs in. Once more for the feel of tweeds and brogues for the camel's hair coat for the plaids and the pongees for the hat that clings smartly at forty miles an hour! "OU'VE been patient, waiting for this great rc-awakening. But whe seemed relentless, with storm after storm, the season was rushing f heels! len Winter 1 1VI ITHIU Ctl. Palm Beach. Our envoys were busy. It was warm on the Riv...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

E tin AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 5 EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. Colitirluil. 1910, Nun llrraltt I'urpditHUiii ROTOGRAPHIC SECTION ' 1 " YA M,...nt mutt t.i it j.F I. twit. A 1 111 111 rtf I r'V&- teT-Ul lAivr .. ut uiiini imiu inn iiiiii ut ijiv "-vy; GiJSfJL Geddes to rt'iu'h this country. Tin wife of the ht?rp 5L!S IU!W British AmhasNiulor will he one of the chief XJJ Tj hostesses in Wnshimrton. I'lmtn. Ontnti Xcw. yr J , r .i... p..... ..iwitimnmlw nf .Mrs. Charles K Murnhy, wife of the Tamuianv hoss. Tins was snapped on the hoardwalk at Atlantie Citv. where she und her hiisliand are passing the !,... ..nwi.i ' I'lioto. Ketone View. Keeping the watch 011 the Khine while Gerninny stages revolutions and eoiinter revolutions. Major-den. Henry T. Allen, U. S. A., and (je.n. Gouratid of the French army. I'lioto, Willi' World. : l f I 14 I1IV I I St

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YQRg HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 1 era Young Women of Society Who Are Prominent This Season in the News lAVtf ill C XT' F - V M iss Katheriuo E. Stew iinl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ciiinplii'll Steward. Her enarciiiciit to Hal lett Johnson of Hit' diplo matic service was an nounced recently. Colli rteht. J llll'nwiod & I'mllTWCHXl. -Mr fit t Mrs. Harvey Wallace Shaffer, who was married recently. She was Miss Eva Cochran Stewart, a daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hamilton Stewart. Hnto, fHmpbell Studios. New and interesting camera study )f Miss Harbara H. Loew, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. (ioadhy Loew. She will be married to Main Post, Jr., on May G. 'hoto l.v Hflcn MrTaiil .ind nilza h th Dickson. Miss Aliee nis,,.ow Allen, the debutante daughter "l b ban Allen. I'liotorapb taken just before she sailed for Knropc i-iioto. ('mi.i.i studio. V4 1 A i f SI' Mi Dorothy Miller, damrhter of Mrs. Koswell Miller. Her en WiKomrnt to Wdl.aa, Harohl Stewart of Web...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 1 1 Bust of Thomas R. Marshall, Vice-Pii'snu'iit of the United States, soon to be placed in the Capitol. It is the work of Moses Werner, a Russian sculptor living in New York, anil is on exhibi tion in the Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington. Photo, tntrrnutlonnl. Historic High Bridge over the Harlem River, part of the old Croton water system, which soon may he removed. The "War Depart ment has demanded the elimination of two piers because of the menace to navigation. Historical societies want the city to preserve- the struc ture, in part at least, by substituting one span for the dangerous piers. 'i

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. . i . -i , JTl Pv f Heal champagne was used at tlio recent launching of the Miss Gladys Deacon of Itoston, sister of Princess Radziwill, HPl-W 'flliP OjONv fiZTW tTR superdreadnought Maryland. Left to right : Secretary Daniels, who is much in the public eye in London. Photo, international. WSwW 4jitfPiV xvloi' Mrs. 'ro)'1' ''tH (sP''1M,r. ('ov A. C. Ritchie of Maryland , '"' ' m( n"'('' Photo. International. - ' ' ' - . r it Charming photograph of Mildred Harris, motion picture actress and wife of Charlie Chaplin, film comedian. The couple may separate, according to reports from California. Photo, International. flBS IniiMiil Princess Alfred zu Ho henlohe Schillingfuerst, formerly Miss Catherine Britton, a n American, whose husband, once an Austrian, is officially a Pole now. Copyright. Harris & KwIuk. The Duchess of Marlborough, formerly Miss Consuelo Van- dcrbilt. wllOSe Sllit for n "restitution nf nnninmil fS first step tow...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH ,28, 1920. jW Y-Tvfv" 'V1,1K n hox r'1,r i K(lth Russia, clad in raps and rfJJvS,-) -" v$'1 almost starving. Thouirli her condition was pitiful SsLjJWO v I she was cheerful and did much to relieve her more Latest portrait of Calvin Coolidire, Governor of Massachusetts and a prominent Presidential candi date. Copyright. Underwood & Underwood. One of the few portraits in this country of Olga, former (irand Duchess of Hussia and sister of the late Czar. She was found by the American Kcd Cross living in a box ear in south Russia, clad in raps and almost starving. Though her condition was pitiful she was cheerful and did much to relieve her more unfortunate neighbors. I'hnto from Underwood & Underwood. Mmo Taul Deschanel and her children. This is n recent portrait of the family of tho new President of France and only reached this country last week. Copyright. Kadel & Herbert. . . A

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. ass sjwa l ' mm HI . a- I Up to the prexent time It haH been nlmoMt Imposylblf to (jet a face pow der to Ktny (in the face lonicer than it tnkeH to put it on. You powder your none nicely, and the firm k'UMt of wind or the first puff of your handkerchief and away noes the powder, leaving your nose Hlilny and conHpicuoiiB. probably Jiwt at the very moment when you would Klve anything to ap pear at your beat. A KpeclallHt ha at lurtt perfected a pure powtter that really HtnK on; that majH on until ou wash It off. It doe not contain white lead or ntarchy rice powder to make It may on. Thin Improved for mula con In Inn a medicinal powder doctors prexenbe to Improve the com plexion. In fart, thlx powder helps to eAa.Smtonacnb Nut a Mrii li ihiI a tile A iiair mli tint iiniiaru a brill tut lustrr tu lli Uullost. moat Ufsles hr. ilnulif ilia soc, doui QuanuV Tic ttend tut caulot eAa.Simonaon 506 5th AVE.. NEW YORK t mmmm I I II I TMBTlinT...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

Stewart & o CorrcctVlpparelfbflVomen&OKissts Fifth Ave. at 37th St. Chic Easter Suits Superbly Tailored in That Most Fatored of Spring Suit Fab rics Nacy Tricotine Very Moderately Priced 67?Winiome new Suit; deftly fashioned in Navy Tricotine. with charming all-over embroidered Jacket in Tuxedo effect, and dainty veatee of fine Silk Crepe. Flowing end sleeves and string belt are additional features. 98.50 673 Very smart strictly tailored Suit, skillfully modeled in Navy Tricotine. and exhibiting extremely modish vertical slot-seams in front and back. Additional charm is lent by the mannish collar and trig narrow belt. 59 . 50 Mall or phone order t ffoen prompt an! catejul attention. ESend for Our New 1 347 Crjiltl F letter Heliir ini Frutt BttftflO.OO THE world brings its choicest wares to Ovington's and the discriminatingpeople of the world come to Ovington's and take them away. OVINGTON'S "The Cift Shot tf Fifth Amue" 314 Fifth Ave. nr. 3 2d St. tlolil Ilr 150 vali M9.7S. ...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

IS THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. ta- 'S tlOTEL ASTOR COFFE J - yl V. ' I .A. . , cups 10 ine pouna more i ' ' .' SW ... ........ .'I. Ii lis ' If II J i tcMsmirftWKf mih v ii i ip i ii i i m i i i in i i 1 1 i i nil m im mm i i 1 1 i mm ni'i i i m 1 1 hi i i 1 1 mi i i i i i mi i "ii Mini . .mww , a j ;..wijhkiwwhh -.i wPmWrwn& . . m ?,xn . (ai; mi. n i m i ii i i m iw imiiiww imw ihh iwi n i i m m nn hi mi i, m i 1 1 ii n iw i i in i mill mi i m i h i ii k ii n i i ! Unloading coffee from steamer at Port of Now York. ' ill' r I i r rm ftta tnw iii huh innjiin The Coffee that is grown on the slopes of the Andes Mountains for the epicures of America Straight to New York by ocean steamers, Hotel Astor Coffee comes to B. Fischer & Co., Inc. ' 3 Here by scientific process, the coffee is carefully roasted. This roasting brings out the true strength and flavor. Then it is packed in moisture proof, air-tight cartons which retain the aromatic oils in the coffe...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

COAAIC SECTION SUNDAY. MAN CI I 28, 1 f 20 0 lAliV!iL vciu IHL-j-JBI .aene jIIII a&outVucvso" Jx..( cHue1m - fcN ERRAND FOR A VV, f - fiSXV " r( MAM ths normin y 1 V AMD THE HAM GAVE " rft ( HIM TNMEKIT-FWE Ml) fbfj lliiiiNKhj. "" . -"'. i;'r " r - t y -s -?--r',r "l SOHE CAM&Y ) GONNA BUY fe rt " m OR SUMPTHlKl' SOME VJHEN 1 , LV-r?Avv I 1 SfWhi YOU j. -i " " VfcUWNIN OVEP ! ' N VMHE.RE HE S HE'S OVER STORt 7" Gotta 2J I U? SMITH ( us all mtm m VGHTy 1 HEY PI UCK You Gotta QUARTER FROM A MAN THIS horning for r -ii ki a. k1 Ek AN1L r CENTS MORTH Z. OF THOSE AN' fSr' f THREE CENTS IGETiT IMhAAN WORTH OF THESE SOME eSeR AN' NAHT SOME.yW 0F THESE g fASTE OF THEM THERE QOiS PLUCO I it these J THERE. ) YOU PUT EM Ti I W"' M OKIE OF THOSE P IKv BAGS A4lTH THEkcc jSPSV RED STRP5 Pl-E A5EJll CC MRS MERRILL ilL, HE GvsES You -r-Vra ( pri HE WE'LL -g) "-r-1! T IT N THE AIMTCK GOMMA 6VJE US SOME rc'Jv---, I WW . - 1 ,. TAKE T WOVAE TO M VA OTHER -A CANT EVEN -HE AMY y K 1 r ill C c HE5...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

" " - - ( PAGE TWO. THE SUN A TO NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1020 S I bmbj Yd. )s n I M I I I'VE fled saviaIq CP I i 1 , gg g 1' ' Ua I n I a I bps JTj r fifiS t? as1 MllKPl r oi ; J I " I " I fHSSfl f 1 J -Alo i caaI't veiay weLL f '(5? 1 A a PSI&Jfs SoGRV 1 CAVT FILL zzfiil IT CAJrLo YoU wtM MY fet) jMfa. U I S9B) rn rrn ( BRr s8 3 .LSR

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

u 1 HOPE i I FIND ANOTHER (50USHfV(C,VvE HIM A SHRVE- AMD R SHAMPOO, oveie, rt The BUBBLE, FACT ofcV ! x . ' h'm i unrtnpp voho RDRpiLP 1 mail tec 3 THAT OLD T&RMP 15 ?i li LL '1 "J YOU LOOK LIKE A BRIGHT VouNG- CAWHV DO NT OU JOIN THE BOLSHIVJKI CATS ANp RULE WORLiJ, OWN All THE MILK ROUTES RND RLL THE n)ouse traps 1 oust think of the possibilities if vve all. istick to&ether: '.V " ( (Copyrighted, 1B20, AND BRING ME Y 50ME SOAP AND v5TL A . r) , by The Sun-Herld Corporation.) ' " THE SUN AND NEW VOHK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1020. 5r; aw AHEM! v I, AHA ft SOAP ( FLOPSRV RMD QUJNiNE DID IT-WHV ( I lm BLL RlGHt, VOU COroF) ' lMifM RloNg With pie f3 mmrf u, WE'LL TRLk J R UPiP. OA P 4fS All These R.ps NEET1 IS A GOOU J3HTH AiNfl A CLERR. CONSCIENCE ! Too Bop WE HAVE Tr i t CLEANER' (" Or 5 WA?M PAGE THREE. ,.e-' Dowrs With The king-! Down With bubble WITH , I EVERYTHIIW JOifN THE pl BOLSHIVIK.1 . CRT FPIRLTV1. m am 4 ImSr rfh&KSt? ..aid Y.WA OUST iNh&ifE HOW IT WOULj...

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUX AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUXDAY, MARCH 28, 1020. PAGE rout. S 3m( : l I us as 4 THIS IS PERCY, A MECHANICAL MAN I INVENTED SOME AEONS AGO -WAS RATHER GOOD AT THAT SORT OF THING-ARCHIMEDES OF cuatnKP vSaZ. AMP ntr MV DLIDILS f PDPVlOUR IMCAnNATmtsl fP ' ' ' , fc COURSE.) I'VE PUSHED PERCYS "GOOD THINS BUTTON SO THAT H HE WILL jfrUVAYS HAND YOU THE CHECK jyT) J?? -i - - - , 45 IT WEHE ALWAYS I GET THE CHECK! I WISH THAT I O WHAT WERE YOU IN VOUR PREVIOUS ! LIVPS, SIR ? Ps REALLY LIVED IN THOSE GOOD OLD TIMES SEFORE CABARETS AND THINGS THEM GIVE THEM TO ME, MV BENEFACTOR . I WANT TO GO WHERE THERE APE NO DINNER CHECKS w s I L- . S I 1 I I I 111 L. I PROBARLV W Wrrm TT H In U . " II I 1 S. ' k " " ' I ' ' -1 rVT " " I DINNER CHECKS I rfTTS h' AaJ, r- i i rrs: 1 i tfr 'H I I 'vv.v i ' . . I sL. fill II III I I I I M Jk II II II T -fc I i I I I Z, 4 . li til : ' . .- Z vl r,K - j.."" " ' f " - -" ' " " ' I . 1 , '""' " ' ' -" ' i ' r s i-. -. ' r-r'tV- : , I ? .'-.-K.- ? don't you pav...

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