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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

mmmm rar- ftp JMgW YdRKf HERALD sWljAY FEBRUARY' IV fcifl). 1 41 r t1 tr They Handle the Davis Car. WITH YODR CAE Yon Should Know How tlio Power fo JPfft io - nr H. cMPFnnn huokaav. tteMrnl Director WMf Side V. Jr, (7. A, iulowolit Srioofe. .Vfw Vorfc City. power to move this old worJdmoy j) your, your strength lllio thla Her cules p'. M ,f 'ou cn,,,t llttrnCM put It to ,vorlc' 'ou'" "cvcr "Iumln0 ihe sk . Which Is only another way )f fnylnc tlwt power undirected Is a tieelMa thine bo with power developed ny your engine. It Is necessary to ,ni ,t to the driving wheels or tho . v.- r., . rar Is tinh's-'N, . . The mechanrfnt' by wlilrh this Is ac omiilifiKd is imhtfpas tlio,trnnml8 c;on. It Imludcj) the clutch, tho'change aid carn-l, universal Joint, drlvo or jioptlli r Miaf t, differential scars ' hnd Intlly the nxlo' to, which, tho drlvo ,-i heels are fastened, each of which has a separate tunptlon and needs a vary jig amount of iittenti&n'.'' It would be lood idta rlglit now to...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

7 THE 31J$ "'M NEW KKSlSUNDAXlffillASr T, IS n V. JOMMOH ATR.R. Npw Executive katonwfoilo Drivers Should Reckon iii Time ns Well ns Distance. v , "Occupant of nutomoWlcs iouW rttkon In time- as well as distance- In croBslne tho tracks of ft railroad at rade," inya It. J. Clancy, assistant to "3 tha general manapcr or the Southern 1 1, Pacinc. jf an approaching passencer train , runnlnsr at maximum pcralwlble speed cn unrestricted track Is a quarter of a tails away. It Is also only eighteen sec-' onia away.' If half a mllo away It is only thirty-six eeeosds away. If la uhlftlnc sears the cnjlno stops or any thins coes wrons and the automobile malls on the track this Is a small margin of time to escape an accident. It re quires a rrclt of but a fraction of n minute for "train to paw and the danger disappear. "Forty-six people wero killed. 173 peo ple were Injured and S3: automobiles were damaged or destroyed at Brade crossings In 1919. Of theso seventy three cars stalled on the crossi...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

xIew motor ybar IS HOW UNDERWAY Old 1910 License Vhks Will l)c legal Until Febru ary 15. While 200,000 or more Green an4 ' Mac! automobile Ilccneo plates made their Initial nppearnnco yeterday an nouncing tlm openly or a new.rnotor vi ntcl ywr In New Yorfc Btate. nn cauJlly large number of car remain to lie registered during tho next few weeks lo corne, extreme weather condition In irany par" of hfl su, Moving io tld uii tens of thousands of ears. In order to aceommodato those who have watted until the last day or so beforo applying for their plates nnd have consequently . ken caught In the maelstrom that haa threatened to swamp the State's uuto mobile bureau this week, Secretary of Ptstt Hugo announced Trlday that -tho Ui'J I'la'cs wou'd be recognlxcd os ltSa! up lo and Including February IS. This will enable a great many com nerrlal cars to continue In use, with, out loss to business or pleasure through he conceited registration, M of Mr. Hugo's offices have been nuppUfd with plat...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

i i mil Jita Took Place jred by Hudson Scene of Major Andre s 'Auto" Capture Revolutionary Landmarks. JJy AI.EXANUKll STODIJAUT. Wherever history vas written bis. or wherever a dent wm mndo In the his torical towns alone the ltudeon Itlver from New York tn Albany, the United . States Tire Company has commemorated S. the event by placing a historical bulletin board as rtear the site as. possible, telling i what happened there and by whom the 1 leading parts of the drama were played. ' Ing before Henry Hudson (snmc 5 times called Hendrlk Hudson), tn his U ,,' effort to find a, passage to India, tailed up the river which now bears his name. If a natural settlement exist .1 Albany Is 'one of the oldest towns In the United J States: probably, next to Jamestown i nd St Auirustlr.c, it Is the oldest settlc went In the Union If tho thirteen Col A on!e only are Included, flfy Incidentally Jameotown can by thrown i v yrtJt becauso that town was deferted in ' F rtLTC mil Alhinv'a let ml nfttlf...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Mil 3 t tin AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 5-PART I EIGHT PAGES r,i NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1920. Copyright. IMP. tV TAf Hun and Sne York Herald. PICTORIAL SECTION Unusual photograph showing the alumnae of the Spence School in costume for the ballet "Coppelia." Performances were given last Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday evening at the Hotel Plaza, the proceeds to go to a home for babies. Copyright. Underwood & Underwood. Hunter College girls of to-day clad in their grandmothers' gowns. They paraded Fifth ave nue to aid the college fund. Ieft to right The Misses Hortense Lion, Elsie Gronan, Mary M. Towers, Helen Luckey and Lillian Nicolaus. . Photo international. Nurses' Emergency Council in session to aid the influenza hght in New York. Included in the picture are Miss Mary Parsons, Miss Elizabeth Greeg, Mrs. Anne A. Stevens, Miss M. L. Daniels, Miss May Tolman, Miss Lillian D. Wald. Miss Mary Arnold and Miss Anne Goodrich. Copyngnt, Underwood A Underwood. o At l...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

t9 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY, 1. 1920. IIP' ... A' .--V Ski Si1 wit i III II, Niagara ice clad is even more beautiful than in summer. Huge hillocks of ice and snow cover rocks and river, but underneath the torrent rushes on, its roar hushed to a murmur. Photo International. 3L "L r. MR SB ...'TV PI hMMlMM .. . At left In striking con trast to snow covered Niag ara, shown above, -this snapshot at Palm Beach is refreshing. Photograph shows Rodman Wsnnmaker ad of Philadelphia and Mrs. Gurnee Munn of New York. Photo International. I'lnto Inioinat u:i;u, 81 Miss Clara V. Lind quist of L03 Angeles, a recent arrival in New York from the war zone. After serving with the A. E. F. in France she went into Serbia to fight typhus. Hi 1 re1 i 9 Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Thomas and Mrs. Leland Sterry of New York on the sands at Palm Beach, where they will paB the winter season- Photo International. Copyrlpht, Underwomi & UnderwooO. tpn, who is writing a "Life of President o . nt t 1 1. i,...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY, 1. 1920. V "' i-'i v "t; ' TO yil IK Above Little girl pu ji pils of the Chalif Danc - ing School who recently 1 gave a bjnefit to estab E lish a scholarship fund to assist talented chil dren who cannot afford the course. I'hoto. Keystone View. 9. I Miss Celia Claro, oldest daughter of Sam uel L. Claro, one of Chile's delegates to the financial conference in Washington. She and her sister have been much feted by the diplomatic set. Copvrigiit. cimcdrmt. dr.-; J. it Below The Viscoun tess Combermere, who before her marriage in 1913 was Miss Hazel Agnew of London.. Her husband has a notable war record. 1 '' 1 11 hi. Keystone View. St1 One of the fa mous beauties of Chile, a visitor in New York : Mme. Spruillo Br a den, formerly Mile. Ma ria Humerc3 del Solar. I'lmln. Campbell .Html, ox. Mrs. James Wilkinson McCartney, who was Mrs. Edith Hyde Rob bins. She was married recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Newton Hyde, at Duugla...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. l jjjjj j Grace George, John Miltern and Richard Farrell in one of the situations in "The 'Ruined Lady" at the Playhouse. Dorothy Dickson, who will appear in "Lassies," photo graphed in a striking pose. r a

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. B American Woman Suffrage j A y'ssjjjliijjjj la James H. Cotton L 1 JBBKr wl WKKBBUm((! JjjjffBHH Toronto, Canada, who k 1 HBBm I HHHIhhHA. tBt BmHH has developed a new ')'MBiaflHHHr 0r I HHHHRHhF JHM JtflHf form of BhHHH BHHk "PB ' Nfjtjjlm II I "b f "t " " -TJYin ..mi J... lr 1 'VBlBlBlBlBBtfHiaBIBlBlaBlBlBBBP'' XV. A I HHHBI. HT .ST atBBIMHKB f I i 7 'ii biiii aoes nor matte ine wr- . x 'kihv -v i laiaiaiaiaiaviiBHmK . -:hw mjniMaiiiMRjBiaiaiaiai f i (f Copyright, Underwood & (JjL -- KHtwmmam HRD U- Underwood. 1 ' 1 f mBKVfl JpjjlKaiWaLLLLrLLLw George D, Smith, just back from a book hunt ing expedition in England. He was so success ful that he returned with $500,000 worth. The gem was a "Venus and Adonis," which cost $75, 000 (shown in his hand), and which goes into the Huntington collection. Photo International. franklin Simon a Co. Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.. New York 40 This is an excellent chambray dress for the girl wh...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY, 1. 1920, Are you satisfied with th spring on your bedf Don your mittttai alio or lot lit ahape by spreading? You can prevent this by uln th famous ENGLANDER WIT-EDGE SPRING th only spring equipped with tha turntd-up tides which hold all th bidding firmly In plaeaj It retains It umlon and original elaitleitr after a llfe.tlmt of war. Tht Bed Spring art finished in Frinch arty Kuttprool Enamel. Absolutely sanitary. wl A AMI r Wra for IthittfHd Bockktortt Kt Undtt Produdtonl fir Slp and Rttl. ENGLANDER SPRING BED CO. "ProUuellont vSttip arid 9(ealm NEW YORK BROOKLYN CHICAGO Sold tnrywrutt by FurmtunDttlui 6, Department Stoitt kw""11 PRODUCTIONS FOR B While the Music Festival is in progress why not avail yourself of an unusual opportunity? The A B. Chase Piano Co., Inc., extends a cor dial invitation to you to visit the company's booth or to come as their guests to their executive of fices at any time. You will be highly interested in seeing a smal...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEERUARY, 1. 1920. P -FrlBlaaaaaaaWBaPP" K )aHaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWa7 -i iBmBBKKBBBKBKaKtBmi L. Mrs. Robert Living ston Gerry, promi nent member of the committee having charge of the an nual Charity Bull. The great feature of society's year promises to be more brilliant than ever this season. Photo. P. & M. Stuarts. Mrs. Frank-Spencer Witherbee. who is much interested in the success of the annual Charity Ball to be held pext Tuesday. Photo, Helen McCaul and Elizabeth Dlekcon. Cant you just See a Grand in that hopeless corner ? Moderately Your living-room problem rfLaLannnV Priced solved. The distinction and . elegance that only a Grand I can bestow upon a small home and the Harrington Small Grand possesses as rare a tone as many far more expensive pianos. Yours upon easy terms. HARDMAN, PECK & CO fUVSDEU l$43 433 FIFTH AVENUE NtW YORK CIT "SI FUTBUSH AVENUE BROOKLYN Rtprettnled in all Cititt HARRINGT SMALL GRAND r A speclnllgt has perfected a pure ft...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY i, 1920 ' r m an i i i m i i ri I Mbiu'IWBBBBbHbHBwBBHBI sawaaaaWsaBB b S?1J!:k'B W Mmfi iJflaaMaaattlaaa 1 I notably becoming modd fash- I Distinction lurks in every line I Crepe. RealFiUt 'forms acoy LLl aflj toned o ineaf quality Georgette 0 tit Boh 0 Georgette Crepe. H uwufcoat etfeet in ronf ami cdg- pSf VH Crepe adonwd Jt'ifi real Filet pfl Real Filet Lace is combined with H ing of Filet Lace finishes the hand- fl Lace, land-drain it'orfc and tint H AanrMraini u-orfc. H'Arte or Ffei dmum collar and cuffs. White or BH " cltS" 0 tiny (uefts run parallel with Lace a&rns the front and sleeves. H H, S"&K I hand Jraum work in the front. The finish u U t to tohtm- iH u'orfc. maeAinff and fwejet B pa Lafe at0 (f7 tte furn-bacft a -toweled fftrdfe. H Chauffeurs' Outfits Specially Priced Jt Staff, Overcoat and Cap to Match With good fabrics scarcer than ever, there is but one road to satisfac tion in Motor Apparel, and that it Quality. In on...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

tin AND NEW YORK HERALD Mi SECTON 5 PART 2 FOUR PAGES , NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Copyright, IKK. I,y Itw Pun I'liiilinu unit 'lung Jnri,i(.n i. PICTORIAL SECTION ' " Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas, a youthful matron who will have k&t JmKmUIKKKEl. y&r?Z , I an important role in "The Importance of Being Earnest." ifjiHfillHHrHHHK YtTft" a comedy Oscar Wilde. Pimto. Cliarlotn KUrt lu Miss Alice Davison, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1' Davison, did much to make the midwinter ball for the benefit of the Union Settlement a success. I "In. lo. Cimplx-ll Studio,. Miss Hope Williams, popular in the younger set. who is appearing in "What Next?" at the Princess Theatre, played by a well selected cast of society amateurs. moto. cmmibill studios. n

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

COMIC THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, Xfl20. SECTION l r AkJ'T HUR.Q.Y AWS A FAVTPO MOM I THE r"OFEEES A I So HOT I CAN HARDUS HOLD VAJ CIK AC (1 IL I Tm VIV VI X yf Xjn K. I If I If I Jti rvy i v' i -vi vi v l! 1 " .A I THr'-jftw.r t,v1 iWW Ill IIMiHH I MINI WW! III I - . " ' o I'&F TV-4E VAOW.5 I DOT IN mi . 1 I T 5EF VO-r-YOKKONM it. MHS CoN"TCHft ieU SO OP. NAMMaA'J lou CooLDHTHEUUl FRESH ONCET IN you KU5T THtf VvW MOTHER. IS. A VAJ ene ' Km vjuv-W mbT Sno JUMP up WHEW FIRST f I THUUCHT JUH9ED OP MOW &UT slUVAPt V ASLEEP INSTEAD W2T HES MOM! - Boovs Oxo 0O KMOVJ A Ik- y ' ?lCl J 7 NMHRE THERE I MS PEtfCUG3 V Icakif. V HANEM'T VCT 2 Mill ( HE'S ) -ff UTE ?Ott SCHOOL ( OBBEVi ; MS HIST W. 1 M'U ET A V V DOMTKHOVJ A SCOUDNM' PROM, ' , 5i V VJHERETHftTVS If-- THE TEACHES. ' ll 0UO on LTE.THV5 MORNVMto BECAUSE HE HftD AM ftvWFUW STOMACH PLnt w . HESTER ! ') a n Fh4E TO ) UooV46 V For ouR A ' EXCEPT l-W ,

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1,- 1920. ' "''-tx- S-bL j Railway of Shelbyville, N. C. S, i i i Ihnto Underwood & Underwood. Iv " Ttw Winner and runner-up In women's championship tournament at Mnehurst, N. C, held under auspiccs-of the Winter Golf League of Advertising Interests. . l1luto ,nternationai.

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

PAGE TTVO. I ALWAYS SAID oUre Gov would LAaId A J00D Job, 'PAW" ! BET lE DoaVT HoLD IT Lol? AT-THAY-! BY "HAP" HADLEY t imtil... I i i PARDOAj ME, SIR. . BUT I JUST, Noticed THe Iame oA Your qr?ip: are, You by aaw cHaaJqe THE ?oa1 op "governor MUcfaiAls" ? wHy-er-A-A-aH-Ao - YezzaH ! WELLwELlweLL ! so YoU'RE H'S BoY ? YoUr pATH er amo i were OLC'SCHOOL CHUMS" TOCqETHER! SCHOOL 0 IMPS' ! . ! CH JUMP iaI my CAfc AMD TAKE A LITTLE SPlAl WITH ME ! I . caVt 00 Too mUcH Fore THe soa! of YoUr FATHER ! THAT'S A FUMy WAY oF pUTTlAT it BUT im. with YoU,.OLD op YES YoUR FATHER AlOl WERE GREAT PALS- He weMt (Afro POLITICS -AaId I MADE 'A , MiLUoJ i4 aiL I ..ollyee ! ALWAYS DID wat To CASf Y, optics OSAREAL , "XuLLyUAUiRE 7 V A AlOWMR. MUGGiaIS? ME ORivE YoU OUT To f. MY MAA4SIOAJ fOR. diaWer - i woaI't Take "Ao' poR AAl ANSWER, Ao cHaaIce of me articuutiaJ' THE ADVERB 'Ao" A TH'S CASE ! i waIt YoU To Meet Y daughter. MAY BELLE" ' YoU CAAj SAY AAV-BELLE IF YoU waMt To bUt,obaby I'LL SAY SHE IS A...

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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN, SUNUAX, MSHKUAKI 1, 1XJZM. UNUSUAL FLOODS IN FRANCE AND ON THE RHINE DO MUCH DAMAGE 'V " r r HMMK IMIi'fr. r ' 7 J-..i.-.A-..A. ' 1WBHC 7 lap wij-- . I J; Great automobile park of the American army near Coblenz inundated over night by a AvVy Jf r rT sudden rise in the Rhine. Thousands of cars of all types were wholly or partly submerged jt Jf JKF XVnvrT) , . . before they could be hauled to higher ground. iii.tto intfrnatinnni. J JK YX( v T th ftOy At left Latest photograph of the Baroness de Cartier de Marchienne, wife of the Belgian Minister to the United States. She was formerly Mrs. Hamilton Wilkes Cary, prominent in American society. (0yriKht. Harris & Ewinr-r. Below Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen and Lady Cunliffe-Owen, recent arrivals from Europe. It is the fortv-sixth trip the British tobacco manu facturer has made to this country. CopyriRhr, Keystone View. H'1A Jl A n Above The fu force of the flood had not been reached in Paris when this photograph was taken, though t...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

WILL WE po TOPRY,Mfc ) CRLICO? 1 ' , HOW PRE YOU G-RRfSnFRTHER. Jorv BUT I CBrtT TOP BUT I'M G-oinlG- To R PiriK.' TEB i , . II I II II Will 111 mills, l i , . -, I fcV well i'M pretty b . MOUiriG- MY (QtiitwL, PIPE PMD r VlM-ml L&S I page Timurc. LETi" G-0 RfND VISIT THE IrtDuSTRIOUS I RlHTS THEY RRE THE RERL WORKERS I OP THE WORLft ! j jfi ' THIS 15 fH H HOME. OF Thf RfNT i frm ily. "There i , , S -n i i j"i rvl m C 1 OF THEM! "7 D'D. nn Mi(i''"' , . jcd LIKE A LITTLE if HILL1- Jthu MUST )I3L n i RINT HULL .A. iW ii. mN,iiM.iii ... I'' l ',0-.J.i,T '''HFaasiMBiB ;; IS cK)J GOOD MORrllfN3 reppy prif! HOW RRt RLu THE FOLW? s ri WELL WERE RLL PRETTY "BUSY EL)"f . COMIE OfS IP)! HELLO HELLO ttR.CRUCO Tfi pRRcficirto p y LITTLE ORIZr L f i i i I, Well, joHHV RtST RRE YOU BUSY 1 V&rt . '-Ji IT kEEPJ ME BUSY GoirSG- To The movies! 2T RrlD THEY CRLL .THEM iripUSTRlOUS RPT i ' 1 JEWELL "fiMES li U cxJtr WHRf HR5" BECOME OF THE REAL OLP FRSHlOtSEp. HRVE. CHRfSGEp A - - - - . ii , rJ...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Lamps & Shades of Charm & Quality at February Prices Prices are reduced by 10 to 50 for the February lamp sale 4- f Table lamps of many sizes and shapes, ant) uf great distinction are here at Ovinj;ton's. Wrought iron tamps in many sizes and forms, with plain or hand painted paich- ment shades are shown subject to the usual discounts. i YOU may search thecity for lamps and shades of the distinction and quality of these, and you will find their counterparts only in the best of homes and in a very few specialists' studios. These lamps were never priced, as lamps sometimes are, at absurdly high prices, for the principle of good mer chandise at fair prices is maintained all the year round at Ovington's. February brings price reductions But during February, even these fair prices have been reduced and the entire stock of lamps and shades is now on sale at 10 to 50 less than their former prices. Thereare hundreds of lamps all sizes and many shape...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

BY WARfcY CORNELb GREENING- HE CAM DO ALL POSSIBLE AMD M05T IMP0551BLF THINGS TROUBLE THAN A GAR "3 EL OF MONKEYS BUT YOU OUGHT TO MAKE A GOOD CHUCK EP.-OUT IN CASE ANY BILL COLLECTORS OR HISTORY OP THE WAR AGENTS OR PEOPLE YOU WROTH INSULTING- LETTERS TO COME IN I PUSH YOUR r.HlinCD.rtllT flllTTrW- ? r: w f j I aul sax IF ANYOCOY TRIES TO BUTT IN, THROW THEM OUT ON THEIR EAR -I FEEL SAFE FOR THE IRST TIME SINCE THE GIG- WIND I imB GOSH, FORGOT MY BANK '-C wSlvP BOOK - I'LL BE POR GHTT N G- Wz-:: Wmm iVt MARRiao nsvt- but 'k' hey, Percy, ts ME! f.PODCER 1 I'M NO INSURANCE ? ' I i I zm ' ; - J I V ' .i-3-" ' 0J -'l WELL, WHAT DO g-g I UL ' 0" 7. ; YOU KNOW ABOUT J" ' P '" ' '' THAT? IF THERE IS jfppfS I ' Wrif ff ' ;" V- SUCH A THING- AS TOO j fjyfc ?- &s'. . r -3B ' GREAT EFFECICNCY, , ! s ' I'll 5EE FOR MYSELF THAT WONDERFUL NEW ASSISTANT HE HAS - HE C ANY PUT ANYTHING: OVER. ON WE.' BLOND DOLL I BET P.PO AN I DREAMING? CAN THIS 0E TRUE-? WIFlE J O, VIOLENT " . , "? ll L ' EH ?...

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