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FJV13NING LEDGER--tJHILAD3J)LPHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBfiB 24, 1914.
iWHATEVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON
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ELLEN ADAIR SEEKS
UNCLE'S HOME, BUT
FINDS HIM GONE
1 A Taxi Ride Through Phil-
adelphia's Slreets Brings !
New Surprises at Every
Turn of Road.
14 i s
I"K nonf 1
Onc on n time t liail the smsltmt
kltttn, nlid Its cjcs were closed, for It
a only four tlaj-s old. A Utile villus
boy pdflled Its eyes rouslily upon ttnd
the kitten died.
I know now how tlint kitten felt be
fore It died It must hnvc thought the
world a cruel plnce, nnd Bifid It was
to leave It My rude awakening hurt mo.
too. For when the lovely lady swept
nwfiy It was the kindest thliitf that she
could do. pool soul! she swept my child
ishness along with her. My eyrs were
opened to a treacherous world, and di-ep
down In in heart two feelings iclBnod
First Was a trembling thankfulness that
ftllf! I1HU KUII1'. J IJt'n tiHHf II H11.1L ll'r-f
tj pity for her pain, that swallowed all ie-
enimcni ana an irnr. i kiujw hvi kui
rows wcic unfathomable. Poor, lotielv
soul In that straiiBe Uiiilei world, driftlns
monu vague shadowv forms wlio
hearts have lonir since dl-d Is there no
resurrection to a higher life? Out In Hi.
sunlit spaces, children's voire will -out
In God's -world are happy Mossed home.
"Too late, too Intel" I still inn hear her
At Icnjfth I rose from mcdltntiiiR there.
and soubIU the railway station once
gain. I hnd escaped the greatest dan-
Ser, and nothing could harm me now. ,
I hailed a taxi to convey me to mv
uncle s house, my shabby trunk was
piled on It, and off we started.
NEW SCE.VKS ALONG THE WAY.
I noticed that the drher was a negro,
and he wore no chauffeur's uniform. I
missed the smart appearance of the Lou- j
don taxis, and the vase of flowcta within. '
This stranse dark chauffeur drove to
fast, and oh! I noticed In alarm that
we were careerlns on the wrong side of
the street! For, as wo drove toward
the west, on thai wide thotoURhfare
called Market street, we kept upon thi
right-hand side, and not the left!
"We certainly will have an accident
quite soon," said J, and sought the
speaking tube. :
I could not find it. and we still swung j
on at lightning speed, still on the right- ;
hand side. This was too much. T could not
stand it any longer, and hung far out '
of the window.
"Please stop!'' I cried to the chauffeur. ,
"You will have nn accident If you don't i
keep to the proper side of the road. '
Please cross over to the left at once." I
The dusky driver duly stopped, and j
hook his puzzled head. " drive all
riyht," said he In a soft, musical voice '
a voice tnat seemed to hold the liquid i
melancholy of old slave days. "We
mus' keep to the right side. It is the
I sank back In my seat amazed. Here j
then the traffic laws must be the opposite ,
of ours In England! Tet I could not
hake off the vague surmise that we I
would shortly collide with something.
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AGAIN RETURNS AS
PET OF FASHION
Latest Favorites Made of
Sheerest Materials dol
lars of Various Designs
Suit Individual Tastes.
MISS EDITH GILLETTE
Daughter of Major Gillette, of the navy yard, is the charming subject of this
beautiful photographic study made by the Evans Studio. She is quite a
young girl, having made her debut only last year.
WOMEN USE FOOD
MONEY FOR DRESSES,
SAYS GROCERS' ORGAN
NATIONAL DISHES AS GOOD
UNDER ANGLICIZED NAMES
Wives Deceive Husbands by
Deferring Bills With
Tradesmen to Buy Pretty
The l.Igli tojt o? living is naught hut a mth,
The iiilcos of foodstuffs are cheap:
'TIr the uie of fo.t muricv io l.u uress with
That makes our piovender so steep.
A habit of spending high cost of living
money for personal adornment is tespon
slble for a great deal of domestic quarrel
ing, in the opinion of E. .1. Buckley, editor
of the Grocery World, of Tenth and Arch
streets. Mr. Buckley objects to what he
calls the mania of some women to spend
he ..woilcaiMiri looked nultc different ' for clothing money given them by their
J fronours; they wore no helmets, but a I husbands for household expenses, lie
Wit I 'tjeyncd cap of the tyj
KSf-jwear In England, and ma
me ' ?f
-,U( tfl i, t
""T c tin
ypo our postmen
many of them rode
I thoURht the postmen dUl look stranse
mall carriers, I think, the name is here.
They wore straw liats with wide up-curving
brims, dove-colored, and with suits
of bluish sray.
Wo passed Kreat shops in Market street
I think they're called "department
stores" and Kreat street cars clanged
everywhere. They had no upper deck,
these cars, but all must crowd inside. N'o
one at home sits inside a car in summer
time, unless it rains. They always climb
believes in sivinK the ijrocer his due.
! Philadelphia is singularly free from this
, type of woman, however, according to
' Jtr. Buckley, and wives who are hiding
, blx bills from their husband may breathe
l more easily. Compared to the figures
for other laim- cities Philadelphia hus-
band-deceiving wives are lew.
"This faillns is an unusual phase of
financial iri.-sponsih!lity." Mr. Buckley
said today. "I am In touch with about
7(0 crock's. Stoiies srowlns out of this
fault are frequently told me.
"The v.lfe dislikes to confess to her
husband and will try to set rid of It her
self by whatever surreptitious means she
Chicago Restaurants Avoid Offense
by Making Menus "Neutral."
CHICAGO, Sept. li.-Tho leading hotels
j and lestaurants of this city, In order to
! observe strict neutrality, have eliminated
' from menus French. German and l!us-
slan names of popular dishes. The Ho-
tel La Salle started the movement and
i others followed. The Germans have been
I boycotting French and Russian dishes,
while "goulash" and "Wiener schnitzel"
found no favor with Kngllsh, French and
Under the new rules of civilized eating
as npplled to peaceable Chicago restau
rants where "canapo russe" led off for
luncheon, caviar on toast Is the new appe
tizer. "Wiener schnitzel. Holsteln," has
been given Its passports and veal cutlets
with fried egg and vegetables rushed Into
Itr plate. "Filet mlgnon" Is no more; it
Is plain tenderloin steak. Chicken broth
en gelee Is Just plain chicken broth in
I Jelly. "Itlo de veau aux petlts pols" Is
I nothing more nor less thnn sweetbreads
with new peas. Chicken "sous cloche" Is
the same bird "under glass."
The Blackstone will retain foreign
names because the chef says there aro
certain dishes which cannot be trans
lated but can be devoured.
ENGLISH WOMEN RALLY
TO FLAG AS GUNS ROAR
upon tne roor, to get me Dreezes ami a. i ca use. Sdm,, tlme3 snt. s,t3 away w(!h
view. I thought it must be dreadful, that I jt but more often she falls. Only a few
warm July evening, inside those big trol- cjava aso the wife of a pruftvsional man
ley cars! Although they were so huge came to me and made a pathetic plea
nnd long. I noticed they could turn i that she he given time to pay n grocery
around a sharper corner than car? of bill of W". roi which she li.id received
half their size In England ever could: th money from her husband.
We turned sharply north from Market i "She admitted she had spent It for her
atreet and swung along In quieter streets. personal adornment, although nei hus-
The taxi bumped and bounced upon Its ' band hud fairly well provided for her in
The tailored blqune Is coming In fast
and furiously, but with a difference,
otherwise wp might turn out storeroom
and closet nnd wear the bloutr of sev
eral yeais nuo.
Jn the place of heavy linen and thick
tnadrus, or Btlff tnffrln, we have the
Sheerest of linens nnd batistes nnd sllkn,
such as oiew meteor. Georgette crcpo,
soft talTelan and mitlns and thu still
popular crepe de chine.
It Is hard to foretell .lust how far the
popularity or the "up to thu neck nml
down to the wllst" blouse will go. Tho
open thtoat. oven If It Is only the small
est V, means comfort, nnd many women
will refuse to part with II.
Time was n time when n simple fnsh
ion could take the Meld nnd drive out alt
rivals. Hut now almost any woman can
gratify her Individual taste und follow
where her Inclination lends.
,41 . 1.. , .... .... Ii.nln.iri. la I, Aon
I IHr ffCl-lll Il'l.U, l"l llliim III.,-, I.T II.IV
and Is used in the majority of long
sleeved blouses, but It has not altogether
I displaced the inglnh sleeve, and the
kimono sleeve still lins Its uses.
There Is Infinite variety aiming the col
lars of blouses, from the absolutely con
ventional turned-down collar, such as men
wear with soft shirts, to the upstanding,
flaring collar, which leaves tho throat
bare In front.
Yokes nre used extensively, though they
are not nil fashioned alike. The yoke
that Is so shallow in front that It barely
shows is largely used, while the yoke
that reaches the natural yoke length In
front has a smurtness all Its own.
The buttons aro commonly used for a
feature of the blouse nnd nre covered
quite often with the material of the
blouse or they may bo 1lnck velvet or of
almost any ornamental material.
The blouse Illustrated Is of soft taffeta
with hemstitched lapels, fronts, cuffs and
The collar Is perhaps the distinguish
ing feature, faced as it !s with black
satin nnd held in plnce by a narrow strip
of black velvet ribbon.
The flaring points come up very high
nnd turn out and over. This Is either
very becoming or It Is a disaster to at
tempt to wear it, and It Is well to know
which It Is before n blouse of which It
Is a feature Is chosen.
Besides the black of the velvet
.. ...hi Mi fnefpii the tilouse na
as furnish decoration for the cuff, there
is a narrow band of black satin placed
on the centre of the cuff.
The use of black on white and blouses
of delicate color is a style note of the
season that lias distinct ralson el otre
It Is not only nrtistlc. but It Is almost
invariably becoming to any type of face.
EASIEST THING IN WORLD
TO ACHIEVE TANGO FOOT
New Cases of Ultra-modern Pedal
Disorder Continually Reported.
Various persons have been learning of
late that there are diveralonal ns well
as vocational maladies nnd that while
with due discretion It Is quite possible
to -wold "housemaid's knee." "miners
.ihnw." nnrt "writer's cramp." It may lie
!.. niain.it thlnir In the world If
I attempts to keep pace with modern
' clnl requirements, to achieve the tfl
Nev cases of this ultra-modern pedal
rllsnrcler nre continually dchik ii'iii
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TAILORED BLOUSE WITH NOVELTY COLLARS
ENTERTAIN WOMEN'S CLUBS
Bucks County Federation Gttests of
IANGHOIINB, Sept. 21. The Bucks
County Federation of Woman's Clubs was
entertained today by tho Langhorne
Sorosls at their clubhouse, Mrs. Warren
K. Tryson, president of Sororls, Introduc
ing the president of the County Federa
tion, Mrs. Harry James, of Doylestown,
who presided during tho session. Tho
Quakertown Woman's Club; Travelers'
Club, of Bristol: New Century Club, of
Xewtown; Buckingham Chautauqua Vil
lage Improvement Association, of Doyles
ton, nnd Langhorne Sorosls comprise the
The discussions of the day were led
by Mrs. Strawn. of Quakertown, who
spoke on "Good Roads"; Mrs. Meade, of
Buckingham, tnllted on "Consolidation
of Rural Schools," and Miss Anna It. Tax
son "Introduction of Industrial Training
Into the High Schools." Music was fur
nished by the Newtown New Century
Club and I.anghotne Sorosls.
ICHTHYOL PRICE BOUNDS
Asphalttc Material From Austria
Scarce Because of War.
Tho Importation of lchthyol, a peculiar
nsphaltlc material found i in Austria,
which finds application after appropriate
chemical treatment as a very Important
medlcamont, has been, along with many
other products, cut oft by tho war.
Tho raw material comes from a fossll
lfcrous deposit near Seefcld, In the Aus
trian Tyrol. It Is carefully selected and
subjected to dry distillation. This dis
tillate thus obtained Is then sulphonnted
and subsequently neutralized with am
monia. The use of this material has
grcaty Increased In tho last fow years,
and It has proved very beneficial.
Almost Immediately following the be
ginning of tho war Its price doubled,
going to more than 60 cents an ounce.
Already, however, a firm In St. Louis has
a material on the market which hoa been
favorably recommended ns an efficient
substitute closely resembling lchthyol itself.
LEPER'S WIFE PROVES
HER DEVOTION BY
LIVING WITH HIM
Mrs. Norman Obtains Per
mission of the Wilkes
Barre Authorities and Will
Rejoin Stricken Husband.
WILKES BAimE, Pa., Sept. 24,-Mrs,
Joseph Norman haa persuaded tha city
health authorities to permit hor to o
horn and lira with her husband, who
Is atrloken with lproy. Sh said sha
would rather risk becoming a victim o(
tho dread dlsoaoo than leava him alone to
Norman cama to Hits country from
Syria several yeara ago and recently left
Wilkes Barro for Philadelphia In search
of work. There ho becama III. Not know.
Ing tho nature of his dlaoase, he appalled
tho physicians of a hospital when ha
walked Into tho out-patients' room and
asked for a remedy for a skin rash.
Ho wu sent back here by tho Phila
delphia authorities nnd confined to his
own home, his wife being forbidden to
Tho wtfo obeyed tho order at first, but
her Iov for the stricken man was too
stronjr and she pleadod to be permitted
to return to his side. At first the health
officials were obdurate, fearing she would
leave tho house and spread tho Infec
tion, but Mrs. Norman finally carrlod he
point. She pointed out that there wao no one
to wait on her husband and no one to
give hlrn the llttlo attentions he needed.
Sho would do all in her power to alleviate
his sufferings, she said, and keep his
path to the grave from bclnff wholly
AN IMMOVABLE BEABON
"Top, I've made up my mind to get
rid of that auto I bought from Pete Has-
klns. Guess I'll let It go for ?C0 Jest ni
"What you want to do that fer?"
" 'Cause it won't move."-Clcveland
I l26ChesfcntLt St7
Everything For House Cleaning.
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way, for the road seemed strangely rough
and uneven. ve rattld r!.rht across a
railroad crossing, too: I saw tne tail-end
of a great goods train Just pa.-sed. It
seemed so odd to see those railway lines
crossing a trarfic-lndf n .-i:eet. "I hope
I get to Uncle's safe:" thougnt I.
It was now just alter 7 o'clock, and
darkness seemed to fall so surtdenl.'. . It
seemed to me that in a few short min
utes after daylight It was dark: At homi
we have n Ions, long twilight, and on
July evenings daylight I'ngers on till 10
I saw the oddest things on that long
ta.tl ride they seemed jo strange at first
to me, an Kngllsh girl, but now Pie
grown accustomed to them ail. We
passed street after street of red-brick
houses, with five or six steps leading
down to the pavement Smartlv gowned,
white clad sirH sat out on thete sleps
Tlth well-dressed youths; whole families
sat there and faced publicity. They even
went further, for I saw many little en
campments right out upon the nave.
ment's edge. The father would sit upon j l"ssn" of the two
a campstool there, reading the evnln- .
paper and peacefully smoking, not the
pipe of peace, but (in big blark risa-.
while the mother at and rhatted with ' -
her friends who might pas by upon the I Token He Lost Years Ago Found on
I thoucht th rrntrrf. f 1...1. ..... 1 Constellation.
nren playing In the streets were iust th I .'"sephus IXiniels. Secretary
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this dhection. She said she dreaded hor
husband learning of her deception, as it
would blast hn. confidence In htr."
Editor Buckley said that In his opinion
It was not because of any Inclination
toward dishonesty that the offending ,
wife practiced this deception.
"I am sure that most of these women
belkvo thy aro struggling hard to make
both ends meet." was his assertion.
"Tho trouble is that they have neior
been taught to systematize. Fairly
large sums of money are handed them
by their husbands ami without reallz-
i Ing that the grower's bill is a moral as
I well as a financial obligation, the temp
1 tatlon to dress beyond their means is
j jielded to.
"And the temptation invariably I
! fine clothes."
I Grocers having customers of this kind
to deal with aro advised by Kdltor
Buckley to tend their hills directly to
1 the huibarid
"The housewife may not like this."
he said, "but her resentment is the
Labor Unselfishly to Alleviate Suf
fering on Field and at Home.
In this great war the calm resource
fulness of the English woman in every
part of the I'nlted Kingdom Is truly nm, as these things become fastilonnblc,
&IMVIIU1U. 'Wt unci nuauiKC 111 it 1 1 SSIH3I1
considerations on her part is a leading
feature everywhere. From llttlo Princess
Mary down to the humblest scullery
wench, f.vcry woman Is working hard
to alleviate the hardships of the sol
diers and the country.
The Navy league announces that thou
sand upon thousands of British women
of cveiy tank and age. from duchesses
to washerwomen, have placed their serv
ices at the disposal of the navy as
nures. and If not required immediately
In a nursing capacity will
In any other wa they may be wanted.
Thousands more have offered their
i-ervlces to the Red Cross Society, of
which Princess Mary Is a member.
When the Women's Emergency Corps,
which was origina::y instituted nnd or
ganized by the two famoU3 English
actrfisxo.o. Miss I)or!ma Moore and .Miss
Lena Ashwell, called for volunteers, the
women of England responded enthusi
astically to tho call, and outside tlve
Adelphl was a tremendous o,ueue, all
waiting till the doors should open and
their task bo given them.
Tnat fcewltchlngly beautiful English
gir'. Milllcent. Duchess of Sutherland, is
at the head of the French Bed cross
wctk in tirusseis, ana. arrayeu In a
I lust ns a few yearn ago every common
v'hentl cold" was sublimated by the vic
tim Into a case of tho "grip," it Is alto
gether probable that thousands of corns,
bunions, stone bruises, fallen nrches,
, ankle sprains and enlarged and rheu
matic toe joints will be reported proudly
as "tango foot," To such hatmlcss and
' srlf--;ratifvlng euphemisms Is mankind
led by human vanity nnd the craving for
thoroughly "up-to-date" processes. Nev
ertheless, in spite of all the Inevitable
. reversions, cxaggeratons and amiable
go to work i pxnitntlons, there is a genuine and very
definite pedal condition Known as me
"tango foot." nnd it Is well that every
body should bo nppilsed .f Its exact
It is. of course, produced by the condi
tions of modem dancing, not only the
tango, but the maxlxe nnd the hesitation
waltz and possibly In a moderate degree
th' one-step. But such a thing, naturally,
cannot bo regarded with complete re
spect unless it Is equipped with nn im
posing descriptive vocabulary. Fortu
nately the Scientific American enlightens
the world a to the exact nature of "tan
go foot." The nwcil dancer is hereby in
formed that bis or her teinslehorean ac
tivities nre nulte likely to result In a
,n aimin on the tibialis antlcus.
simple white sown and a close-fitting I ,1,. ,viniir nronrius lialluris nnd the ex-
wliit cap. Is superintending the arrange- , tensor longus illsitoium. which produces
tenosynovitis in tins museie group,
SOLDIER GETS OLD RING BACK
Naw, vouches for this story, which Is
Siven herewith as It was prepared by
one of Mr. Daniels aides:
When it was announced recentlv that
the historic sailing ship Constellation
was 10 be overhauled, preparatory to
1 taking pait in th. celebration at Bal
timore of the centennial anniversary of
. 1.1.A 2,.... C.nnnn-laJ Tt .-' . U Cnn-
a trine over four miles. "Two dollars, I relary of the Navy received a letter from
please," eald the driver, as he carried ' Mrs. Bosa Keriney Winston, of Windsor,
"""'. merriest utile things. I hbed
me curious style in which their hair
was cropped, all round the back right
close up to their little eats.
A DREART DILEMMA.
At length the taxi drew up at m
uncle's house, after we hscl difven lust
ments. assisted b English nurses and
English doctors. Her Grace has ntver
looked more gracious or more lovely
than in this noble role of ministering I
to th sick and djing. I
l.adv Sarah Wilson who understands
trio horrors ano; hardships of war most
I tnoroughlv. having experienced them all
I during the Boer War, Is a ptominent
; worker for the soldiers, ft will he re- ,
I rriembereU that she was shut up In
Mafeklng during the famous siege, then
captured by the Boers, finally being f.x
hanged some time after for General
A spirit of utter self-renunciation Is
actuating the women of England during 1
this terrible war, and all honor and
praise Is due to them for their untir- 1
ing efforts In the cause of alleviating
the sufferings of the sick and wounded. 1
my trunk up to the door. Two dollars I
Why, that taxi ride at home would have 1
cost but 70 cents! I raid him while ,
he rang1 the doorbell.
It was a two.storled, red brick house n
a long line of others, with flvo steps
leading down to the pavement. I
The driver rang and rang, and rang '
again. No answer came! He could '
N C . which stated that her father. Doc
tor Konney, had served on the Constel
lation during and after the Civil War
and In the course of his service had lost
a ring given to him by her mother. He
had alwas said that the ring would
never be found until the ship was over
hauled at tha navy yard. She requested
that a watch be kept in casn the ring
with particularly disastrous effects upon
th" tibialis nntlcu'.
This Fpems portentous enough to
frighten oien the most stubborn of the
tai:n-mhiiiar. Pi'l ''t i's effect ns a
deterrent m.ty be ilnuhted In spile uf
this torsfou' n of excellent word?
file popular ciy Tot some time to coin"
will probably he "On with the dance'"
MAHKKT FOIl YOU
alt no longer, so mounted his car and
.rove off. A little boy who had been
intently watching me now spoke. In
the great dread that now enveloped me,
I yet could note the odd twang In his
speech. "If ou are wanting the gen
tleman In that house, he went off to Eu
rope just a week ago," said he. "I heard
that house Is to be shut up for the next
three months "
Three months! And here was I, Ellen
Adair, with but Vi In the world, and not
one single friend in the length or
breadth of America, left solitary upon
should t e discovered
1 The commandant of the Norfolk Navy
' Yaid was notified aceordinglv and has
I Just forwarded to tho Navy Department
' the ring, which has been recovered after
thes many years. It was found under
I the Iron covering plates of the anchor
bits on the gun deck forward and has
! bten sent to Mrs. Winston.
AN A.GKICULTUEAL MYSTERY
"My boy Josh has been talkln" to me
about scientific farmln'," said Mr. c'orn-
"He seems to have interested ou"
. What Id like to find oat now is
CHEKIANG SCHOOLS GROW
A report on education in Chekiang
shows an extraordinary growth In the
number of schools and students since tho
revolution of 1911. At then end of the
Ching dynasty there were 1910 schools
In this province, with 76.111 rtudents,
which required an annual expenditure
of JSJ2.W0. In December last there was
a total of G619 schools enrolling 273,701
students, nearly four times more than
before the revolution The Increase of
expenditure, however, lias been only 03.-
how a man that knows as little aiviut 1 r.nn This raniH nm...... 1. -.,o,i...i i
ty 10 nm encouragement ana efforts of
fa,Tnui' as I do ever managed to make .
ifce place rjay, Washington Star,
1 the fprmer tutuh of Chekiang, Chu-jul.
MERELY A GPOME
There once was a spilghtly joung gnome
Who strayed one fine day far from ghome,
But he met a large gnat,
And a gcat. grat and ghat,
And no longer he cares now to groam!
New York Evening Post.
Our aptcla! nervira will sate ou romlnr
to marri At) itrncr t teiepnune or man
for anything In th" marl. el rerrlt personal
! attantton. I'oEial urdi furnNheil on request j
I noth 'pi"n. I
1 No rharg for tlil t pe ial rvlc. I
READING TERMINAL MARKET
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T" 'SHF! -i
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MISS B. CHERTAK
Millinery Importer 1229 Walnut Street
Announces a showing of French Pat
terned Hats, also a large selection of
carefully designed models from her
own workrooms. Your inspection is
September 24th, 25th and 26th
His wife snubbed
by her neighbors
His daughter horned aside from at church
He himself blackballed at the club
A man in a small city tracked down the
cause. He was square, clean and likable; well
known, with a charming wife and daughter,
plenty of money, and yet why wouldn't
folks have anything to do with him and his?
The man tells the story himself see page 13
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