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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

V THE SUN 'AND TOW YOftK IIOTAJMD STjyPAY, TE1?KUA31Y 15. 3020, - - " - ... . ' ' ' - 1 1 ' - '" 1 - - ' . In. i.tniii anil PnTifr T AltfTIAM REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL AT AUCTOW REASTjTETA JSlJ!l Xu rlO.NKKU ov CONCKNTIUTKI), I'KllSIHTI'.NT ,xllVI',KTIrilNl.v Real Estate at Public Auction OnitllNATOR or rEC!AIi HAtKS HAYS. SPECIAL SALES DAY Next Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1920 AT NOON, AT EXCHANGE tJALKSItOOM, H VEaET ST., N. T C. ABSOLUTE EXECUTOR'S SALE To Close Estate of MARY W. WRIGHT, Deceased JONATHAN WRIGHT, ESQ., EXECUTOR, 14-16 Vandewater Street, (MET. FRAIfKl'OtVr & r-flAlU, STfl.) riri 1I017 Brick loft building-. Electric freight elevator. In donatotru rrtolbj district. Kicellcnt transit facllltlcr. alio of plot (CxiaSt Jrmr. ' 208 East 52d St. (Hct. Id and 3d Ati.) Four story fireproof storage warehouse. Sire Will".'.; N. E. Cor. Wythe At. & So. lit St. (IB!) Wvthe At.) - -IlltOOKIVN. Four Mory brick tenement with store. Site lO.Sxiii Irrcc. Wilson M. Powell, Esq., Att...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

TOT $m mw YORK JIWAW, SUggAY,BfiIXAEY til, 4PgO CITY REAL MTATE. Borough of Manhattan For Bah. ' 1 Above 1-llh fit. to 50th tit, (Incliiilve), ICait lllver to North silver. CITV R&l ESTATE. CITY RpAL ESTATE CITY B5AL fiSTATP. WOMtl!!' CITY REAL P5TATP, Borough of Manhattan For Sale. Borough of Manhattan For Sale. Borough of Manhattan For Salo. r Above 141b 8. to BOth 8t. lnrlttlve) Above Hth Hf. to r.ntli St. (Iaclulvt), Kwst llher to North Wvtr. Above Hth fit. to 30th St. (Inchmlvc), Knat lltver to North lllver. Boat Jtlvtr o North Hlvor. vmm, wjiiiimnwiPPww . (1 i f The Answer to the Renting Problem Own Your Own Home! If you atg having difficulty getting satisfactory accommodationsif you are tired of paying constantly increasing frigH rents jf yoii are tfiinkipg .about building your pwh home pome out to our plant and see the Long Island Farm House, one of the many beautiful sturdy homes we are building by the time, and money-saving Bossert method of standardized construction. ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

1 SUN' ANB NEW YORK HERATjD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 3020. M 4, THE 1 city real Estate. city real, estate. 1 city real estate. fgarougn of Manhattan For Enw. Boroughof Manhattan For Sale. AtMh t. ntl .t. tn ISnst Ulver.l Above d: St. Stb Ay, fs East Hirer 2 I Colony To establish nn attractive colony of represen tative New York people a syndicate baa pur chased 14 houses in this restricted' residential section, to bo resold for iiriproveil private dwellings. It offers opportunity to obtain a bouse fpr alteration at littlomoro tb'an tjicland'valuc,and al'lerinipi ovcmcnts'have been made it will be one of (be best blocks on the Hast Side. Two have already been sold, and arc being re modelled by "Warren & "Wctmorc, but any pur chaser Is unrestricted as to choice of architect or plans. These houses. 18 ft. to 20 ft. wide and with good rears, range in price from $27fiOO to $30pOQ. Applications made to cither 369 FOR SALE S.E.Cor.5th Ave.& 60thSt. 10 Story Apartment House, Plot 51x125...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

nw I'lwiif' nit'as ."" , D city KBAi jsrm horongli at Mmtnt (p n -MIsosHanoous. FOR SALE BUILDER'S PLOT To Close Estate. BLOCK TOUT WASHINGTON AV.. ICOlIi 81, and Karen Are. Most deslrablo apartment house kite in Washington IicigbtH unc tion; over tl dty lotw, all ex cavated nnd ready for-building, Can bo purchased at very rea sonable figure. Kxecuturn de sirous of disposing of properly. Send for particulars. INVESTOR'S OPPORTUNITY. Modern loft buildlnjr, lower 20'n near 0th av.: 12 story, over 100 ft. front. Will sell at less than $8,000 per front foot. About .$00,000 chhIi Invested will yield over $25,000 per annum now; nearly doublo when rents aro all readjusted in tbrco ycura. Send for details. PLOT, 80x100 FT., WEST30'S, Vicinity Pennsylvania Terminal. Permanent north light; most desirable unrestricted plot in (his section. Now improved with It-story building. Imme diate possession. Price less than ground value; terms. For particulars call or telephone Cort.:iO(iO. FOR SALE WIT...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

Tm SOT 'ATTC) WW' TOW STODAY, FEBnUAllY 1$, Jf?t REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY, mV ESTATE PPT QP CITY? HEAL I8TATE-0VT OF CITY. Ve.rtchei,er--gale) or Ent, Long IslandSnl" Qr Bunt TVastclifliitflr Pole or Beiit, Wpotchetiter Solo or Bent, Wtoh93tor fialo or Iorit. WflshesterSale or Bput, LYNBROOK & EAST ROCKAWAY, lPP can WW 4 atMO-Wotiderfiil bargain. Jgtitt nlot delight efu H riwi" liuiisel.al f'l'W'" liuurpvp. rintiuhiK imrcliea! hot watur.he.ttl (linii I'loo floors! Washington cedar trim, flue IMWW. cement walks and overf illing t make a lovely houic. Tcruis, II Mrt rash. i.0i mortgage. . . . is M-IiMutlfiil roMi'iHv, niirtly furnlflJwI. nine ' 'fiwuh. all modern Improvement!) lovely lit r Icrn fit, Kith, three lull' irnrjcei nousc irrencli Chalet UT"i t'WHIIIII CUtnrr. IHAIIUJ) nm to bullil auolher tmuao: thin property & niFllr worth $13,000 la $I3,M0 una It n rro bargain, . . u noo ;ran1 oov 11I110 room boiiac. ill Improvo ,,,wiiinli. pnniuet floor.! atcam hcatt elec. tricliri...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE Sim "AND NEW TOWC HETTALT), SUNDAY, W,ffRT7A3lY lyTWO. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY, REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. New York Stato Slo or Hont. REAL ESTATEOUT tiF CITY. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. kVVSi Nov Jersey Sole or Hont. New Jerooy SsJo or Ilwit. Now York Stnte-fialo or 3flcnt. "Westchester Sale or Konti , Westchester--Sale or Itent. Westchester Stda or Iteut. Rye amid Vicinity . . For Sate, with Immediate Possession. On the Ridge .Iflno old estate, BO ncriw; wonderful trees; Bpticlou dwell liiff, 10 rooms, R lintlm; two cottages, 7 rooms and 8 rooms ' nn4 untli; thrco enr urnc. Modern Colonial House 15 rooms, 4 baths; four car canine; Gardener's cottage; beautiful trees nnd shrubbery; delightfully Bltuatcd on 15 acres of cholco property. On hills buck of Port Chester. On the Boston Post Road , 14 room dwelling, with D baths, on two acres of ground; two car garuge, with Irving quarters for chauffeur. 70 Acres On...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

wi' i'- 'MU'H' I'lffwiwi'.''fm'ffiTH',. m i""ii,iT:'.?:r.";',".';i.,v- "rv i.'i. i.t ar J.v'i tr--r-. rf-v-rf-a: THE SUN "AND NEW TORE HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1920. L '(f 4 EAl ESTAT60UT OF CITY. New Jersey Sale or Bent. REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. New JerseySale or Kent. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. New Jersey Sale or Bent. MONTCLAIR! MONTCLAIR! ussiiim.. jr toy .funciiARK, avoid nrn rrtoFtTEKnixo and bawjain variety, or which P. MANY. Tllt'S HAVINII YOuilSKLF kTOBrr, THE lSfiVniJ?TlWUI,T tlV A H AHTY PURCHANK, conht iOcted rj:orKHTiia at moil ru es afm. Vi&sat skauuon roil tub .newcomkh nT. IP TOMWi5- I rr" i"r:;v.i wk ai:h sor Hi'KCVi.AronH or opkratons. jmv.vo ubks brokers for a ykars m'e are .v a J'OSITIOS TO AUVtHB i'RIirll OTbiJUilJ VOH&El FOR RENTAL .urn ined t. October 1. handsome apartment. lht SOflf, ttiici, mo patuiooros.-stean beatl per month..... Y-" FOR SALE ?! nnil Residence. It rooms. 3 bathrooms: thorourhlr O.Uvli wpll constructed: situated ronrenipm in n. tho...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

1! lrJsijBjisi"s,'j V"c' !'VfS,i lyrrv'pv Yjj-. id THE SUN rAND NEW YORK HEJlLT), SUNDAY, FEBKARY lSt 1020. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT. Factory Property In Brooklyn Manufacturing District FOR SALE i POSSESSION MARCH 1, 1920 38-56 Ross Street 330 Ft. Frontago 47-55 Rodney Street 07 Ft. Frontago .ulwW! Convenient Shipping Facilities Land Area, 41,710 Square Fee! BUILDINGS No. 1 5-story and basement brick; 9&'x45'x76'. No. 2 5-story and basement brick; 99'x41'x75'. No. 3- 3-story brick; 99'x44'x33'. No. 41 -story steel; 60'x28'xl6'. 1 No. 5 -5-story and basement; steel, concrete and brick; 100'x 65x73'. No. 6 2-story steel, concrete and brick; 67'x31'x27'. No. 7 -2-story brick and concrete; 25x9'x29 No. 8 Wooden stable, 92'xl5'xl0'. No. 9 Concrete; 7'xl8'x6'9". Total floor space, 114,974 square feet (Total cubic content, 1,363,377 cubic feet EQUIPMENT The buildings are equipped with steam beat,e!ectrlc light, electric power, 2...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

tin AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 5. EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1920. I'oimrigkt, itHl, Sun Herald Corporation. PICTORIAL SECTION lli;. ,1 I. .ill mmMHm-imwTT mwmw - mum th tors escaped uninjured from this compIetev,; jfllKMk " ' sv $SjXwA Above Mile. Yolanda lillHVPIBSilillHHi wreck of a United States mail airplane Jr JhHiPHr!. V Avezzana. daughter of jflHHjHM' "'"'iB Swarthmore. Pa. When the engine mffifflM JIBSBPIS liBi ' x VlFa the tal'an Ambassador BPCy filD dead. M. C. Hoag, the pilot, could only land (fjy('S' KmT B W V at Washington, is one of IHHPP!1P 'PMH in the woods. Copyright. yUngCr ; " HBBaBaL "aaaBBBBBIlv a ' ''aaaa'B flGkjflHf Winrl ch;.IH traffic' II II 'l , 'I Philadelphia device that might well be 1 ' Army flame throwers didn't work out as snow removers adopted here. The humanitarian inven- Palatial winter home of John H. Hanan at Miami. Fla.. where luxuriant semi-tropical " New York's recent storm, but the trial did gain publicity tton is attached t...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUN Y. FEBRUARY 15. 1920. STARS AMONG THE SEASON'S AMUSEMENT MAKERS tin, mm .V i Y Above Leirore Ulric. the Be Iasco star, who is drawing ca pacity bouses in "The Son Daughter," a p ay of new China by George Scar borough and David Belasco at the Belasco Theatre. s mSt iT in'iiWiTlliHI Sara and Nellie Kerins, two of the daintily costumed members of the "Frivolities of 1520" company, at the Forty-fourth Street Theatre. In circf "Happy Davs.r the great Hio podrome produc tion, gains much of its popularity from the appear ance of Adele Hart. Leah Baird, Artco star, who has gone to Miami to film "Cynthia by the Minute." 1 - t; Viiiiitu iS'itih'ir' 'I,. v 3 Mr. and Mrs. Burton Green and the Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Green in their Mount Vernon home. On Broadway Mrs. Green is Irene Franklin "Red Head." Andreas Pavley, one of the lead ing dancers with the Chicago Opera Company, as he appears in "Prince Igor." Tbe Master Demon in the ballet "Bou dour. present...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. A Berlin Mob Raging Against Workmen's U-i Council S&J- flit "' ' t f : ; m wmmmmmmmimimm " . till J"I I aBVWWHHOTBHlB This multitude gathered in front of the Reichstag to make a demonstration. Riots naturally followed and machine guns were Used to restore order. Copyright, Underwood & Underwood. IT a w ..... . .Im This German, wounded in street rioting, is being borne to a hospital. Copyright, I'nitorwood CndcrwiKKl. Berlin's police with rifles and machine guns guarding the Reichstag door. Ciiyrilit. I'mliTwood & I'ndorwood. At left The new "Sure-, ty" police on guard at the Reichstag during riots. Copyrisht. rmkvwwxl &

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

Mr. rl Krt. Davii 2. dffcccs r,f 2t. Lwm, xrscai Ta rtar t at Palm Beach, are 's.'yv.vkVij txthxzi&Atic ibcat tie btlkmz zs4 rsrtKt txivi iktxt dxiYj ptese. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK m .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK. VTT ' ' jj jsHHaflprafsBSBBBBBBBBssBBBBBBBY KflMHHHHvBHl7& v . irfLjflHPMNM Li rariaRy x bk.v hhk-"" . ..bih- !imiv Ais .ssssssssi fWiAT? A prodigy in mathematics whoC BHMHgBBBBfcjjy 1 1 "WT I y(yjFi may rival the famous Sidis hoy4VyvvJBBx ' "B N. cme day. He is Jeremiah Kuntz Ov , .il AlOi of Philadelphia. 8 years old. and Bssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss -A, Miss E. B. Johnson of New York on wa - was 3 years old. Cwrt-r'ii. LHTtr s-rriw. "r ' "B' Wazcfen tie fcatfrim fxca tfce bxsch ciain lft to rifet, Oicar SEarer aad A. J. Y cri. Lafy Tberp- Mrt Scerwoi Ycri. iitre is a woman who has invaded the banking busi ness with wonderful suc-cesv-Mrs. Key Cammaek, assistant secr...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

A specialist has perfected a pure faro miv(1t guaranteed linnnlesH to tin- most dclicatf Uaby skin. It beauti fit's Hiiiidi'rfiill.v, lx-causc it hrlis lu i li-nr anl lightm the nkin and pro- ti' t the complexion from blemishes. Am) it really stays on better than any otlic r fao? powder. Of course, every one knows the famous La-may 1'owder (French, I'oiidre L'Amc). This is the "ider that does not contain starchy ri'-e powder or dangerous white lead to make it adhere. Five thousand dol lars reward will I given any chem BUNION ELIEF OES MAde of sautt lttXJ&r Protect to -rwalUrJc- i'VEN 'aM WOMEN DmTEDJTATESjHOEfrLEAlHEB Nfl UU-trh itirf ft dr & fit wi uui iiuLru fA ?itt1YTlAtl 306 SA AVE.. NEW YORK. Graduation Rings. & Pins PRIZES FOIt SPOUTS, .Vliool & Fraternity riim. BlnxH Jewelry. National InMgnU Mfj. Co. ISO Nawau St., N. Y. I jftHijuflfe ist who finds that 'ji-may contains any whiti- lead or riif iowder. All dealers citrr.v the large sixty-rent box, and many denh...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

' f I r KB3 r-v- ,S'1"f February Sale of Ovington Lamps and Shades Clever little lamps in polychrome and parchment shade for the co'rnerthat needs a little lighting all at Febru ary prices. WITH the distinction and quality of these lamps and shades in mind, it seems incongruous to urge their purchase because of their price. But the fact that they have been reduced in price by 10 per cent to 50 per cent does not lessen their distinction or reduce their quality one whit! Table lamps andfloorlamps, formal lamps and quaint lamps, lamps of every size and almost every purpose, you will find many styles and shapes, but after all only one kind good lamps. Figure lamps in quaint Japanese design are just one of the many novelties that February Bale holds forth to you. Electric candles fit gracefully into the scheme of things when the can dles are as good-looking as those in the February sale. Lamps which will grace any table, are found in great profusion in the February Ovington's lamp sale. ...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

COMIC SECTION AND THE NEW YORK HERALD mm, ', Vff ir r j j f i SM ANTED TO SIT IN Tttfc SHOVW THE CUSTOMERS W 3,. au 6 WE YOU Elvl A SiCKEL F YOU P&OMVSE WOT TO ; 6UY Of That CHEAP CANDY 1 VMOSi'T MtTH VT POP-1 T SOMETIMES I DON'T LIKE. CANDY HE'S SMART HUH1. JUST S f MX POP NtLLOMTMES MOREW' 1 'MB KIM v Ht MON' IWN n up so bnv o TO THE DOCTORS OME OP THOSE MTH THE Bl RED STRIPES - WOT THAT ONJE 1 THE Bl SVIWNN ONE OS1 THE. OTHfcK m ' r iff i 7 lilt SCKx T &uy one i nii rr r 1 1 ii'. w - i ONE Y liljw that's 7 that MuenjAVf M ;5T W , SEE WHERE J.. -, A ftU- . fe JUD i SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1920. COI'TIXIUHTED S3& T TUB SOW-II Wl.VU fcoiUIKUTtO!!. 18 16 I I -3 T - V iWMWhf: DONMANNA RUIN YAH STOM ftCH wv poptole Wl ALL ABOUT f you re craw TJkJ everybody eats ,1 vWAKl ) ? t88H PEPPERMINT STICKS! 1 !" f WMSJ V k 'ef THEY DONT pUlM l! 0Ot4't MY J THAT PEPPERMINT STICVC HE HftO 010 Uook Sooo AUU RlHT A4 D0Ni IT SMEXU ooo OH BorJ j IE JUST OME W OKIE MOUU0 HURT i A FELLER? I DoM...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

PAGE TWO. i ' i " ' ' " i PUT oA THese pJias 'AJO VE WILL 8E BEADY T START o e o s O 1 n O o . o o 5 "o"""o O o oU0 O . S o- iViIii 2o I . v a . . rf a I M A l - . j s ,,HB, TttVfflVHEBE 1. Sfflll sirs ME ( I WPS a I I- -J ( IffaAM -L,V6 LVM LJift 48H w i rr- i i z GEEW1Z, WHY CMT I QE A ?&EAT EXPLORER 012 sotTHi' Like TESE GIRDS' o I READ ABOUT f VoJ CAL MY BoY, YOU CAf- euy WILL qbLLYCfEE, "pi2of;' we MUST BE qoMA Go TO A.CoLD CoulTreY I 'i 1 I M I. "PROFESSOR FUTHeAO. AM?OI(r oA THE greatest expe6iTioaever ATTEMPTED W THE HlSTotSY op TdE world aaJd i Weed a UkfeLY YoiWff MA1 AS MY ASSISTANT YES, WE ARE 0l4A .illioa! miles, fur ther, thaw TCP PoLE-ToTHEPooLop THE 6WII2LI ICE." "Pool of THE SWIRL ING ICE" 7 SoUlDS GooO- HOPE it . I WOfclte t3ETTEI3l THE "moHkeY laWd PItoCESS ! CfEE. I'M ETTiAtq CbLo ! 1 SJ f II lill f (ll-VS . $ I il)J IAJl'1-HV V J ARE YoJ STILL o CHILLY? CrtlLLV ? olo. IM Alnr ruil I V I'M. JUST MTCHALLY . I H A I .- All THAT'S ALL 1 OUlJ SHAKIM So 015 YOU'LL...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

p1' ''vy'wi)i'ii,iyy 'rowi it r i PAGE FOUR. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY Iff, 1020. HE CAM DO ALL P055IBLE AMD M05T IMPOSSIBLE THINGS BY HARRY CORNELL GREENING- YES, OUT WHO WILL. I V NESTLE WITH? A , PHYSICAL INSTRUCTOR WOULD COST TOO MUCH F AND, BESIDES, I'D NEED A NEW ONE EVERY U DAY . AH; WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THAT J BEFORE? ' , ., n TFML WRESTLING ' REDUCES I 1 WEIGHT I'LL RING UP PETER AND HAVE HIM SEND UP PERCY THE MECHANICAL MAN AND WRESTLE AN HOUR EACH DAY WITH HIM "AND BY EASTER t'LL SffOW THIS CHEAP APARTMENT SOMETHING REAL. CLASSY IN FIGURES I , . , . GO TO IT, PERCY' :r J THIS HAS MASSAGE IV AND STARVING BEAT fi, FORTY WAYS ! via I -w NOW IVE GOT YOU! lL BET IVE LOST TEN POUNDS ALREADY - YOU CANV' BREAK THIS HOLT ! I n DIRECT L.Y UNDERNEATH I " AS YET THE SIMPLE COTTAGE OP OUR DARLING HEROINE WAS UNTOUCHED THOUGH THE CRASH OF HUN' SHELLS COULD BE HEARD WRECKING CHURCHES AND ORPHAN ASYLU M5.WHEN WOULD HER TURN COME? WOULD SHE BE NEXT? WAS THE HORRIBLE HUN SHELL THAT WOULD MANGLE HER...

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