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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 14, 1915.
RUSSIAN EFflCffiNCY GROWS
Czar's Artillery Excellent for B
' fcntirs, but Poor for Often
Ire, Sayi German.
CAPTURED . AMMUNITION USED
(Correspondence of the Associated )
COLOGNE, Feb. 11 Russian artillery
ku prorea aa zoenrat arm la defeaslre
and position flhUns but has totally
failed tn offensive and tnobfls maneuvers,
acoordtas to a- German expert who rivet
hi rlew en tha aubject In tha most re
cent aumbar at th MIHtalr-'Wochenblatt.
Ths caina authority concedes, however,
that tha efflaUacy cf tha Ruaalaa artil
lery bad beea greatly Increased ine tha
Manchurlaa war. Ha also admit that
ia tba German army Ruaalan artillery
had ban underrated, and Indicate that
sow all of Ua week points are thoroughly
Tha Germans think so highly at - the
Russian artillery ammunition that they
are at present modifying soma 1.J00 field
pleocs at the Spandu arseoal so as to
alt them for a large store of captured
ammunition which could not be used with
the present German calibre.
Tha calibre of tha Oennan field un
Is two centimeters less than that of the
Russian, and for this reason the cap
tured ammunition could not be put to use
Immediately. There Is stored In the Ger
man arsenals a large quantity of shells
for tha former German field pieces, which
had a calibre about two centimeters
greater ' than tha Russian guns which
have been captured. By widening tha
rifling of tha Russian pieces tha obsolete
sheila may now be used. Some TOO pieces
taken by the Austro-Hung&riana are be
Ins similarly "adapted.
RHiaa( ' Prefer Defeaslra.
After pointing out that tha Russians
tiara always bad a leaning toward tba
defensive, tba writer In tha Mllitauv
Wochenblatt gives a number of Instances
la tha present war In whioh this was
demonstrated. Tha artillery positions
had bean selected with tha greatest oar
and every possible effort had been made
to protect tha pieces and their crew.
At Ivaagorod It waa Impossible for the
Germans to find tha Russian batteries
without tha most mlnuta Inspection with
' aircraft. .
Am a rule tha Russian emplacements
were well screened with bushes, end,
where those were hard -to find, with sod
and often potato-greens. Wherever pos
sible the Russian would seek the cover
of woods and tree, and often tha bat
teries were hidden la Tillage and tha
Ia placing their artillery tha Russians
usually group tha gun in half-batteries
of four. This permits efficient fire con
trol and gives the observation officer a
far greater' value than be would have if
directing tha fir of single pieces.
Fleldglsases which ware taken from ob
servation officer and others, a well a
a mass of other purely technical evi
dence, oonvtnoed tha writer that tba
equipment 'of tha Ruaalaa artillery re
connaissance Is very intelligently divided
Into , small sectors, each of which con
talned no leas than forty-eight points
(place which, tha ahell Is supposed to
strike);' ' -
Mom Bfr Gaaa.
During the first week of tha war tha
Russians- increased the -number". of their
heavy field howl tiers, until each army
corps bad three batteries of four pieces
each.' Before that these heavy field
bowttser war detailed with tha armies
(a larger unit than tba army oorpa), each
army having from three to four batteries.
After red ting a number of personal
experience which leff ao. doubt a to
tba efficiency of Th' 'Russian artillery
field Intelligence service and fire control
tha officer gives his views of tha value
of tha Russian artillery. In offensive or
"Where unknown terrains and sudden
development require quick orientation
tha Russian artillery baa always failed
completely," says, tha writer. Ta all
such eases tha batteries shot wildly and
without a system by which tha field to
be taken nnder fir waa to be divided.
On could hardly believe that It was tha
same artillery. Even the serving of the
pieces appeared different." -
i Usually the Russians have .little trouble
moving their guns and ammunition wag
ons over the worst of roads, and even
through swamps, attested tha writer.
Thrift of Germans .
Clings Even When
Engaged in Battle
(Correspondenoa of tha Associated Press.)
BERLIN, Jan. 13. That tha German
soldier baa carried with him lata tba war
his well known habits of thrift la shown
by the amount of money that ha I send
ing horn te bis family. A poatofflce of
ficial of Dresden has recently shown In
a public address that the amount of
money sent home by soldiers tot the
Dresdea district ta- November reached
1560,000. Assuming that tha ilka ratio pre
vail for all the rest of Germany he es
timated that tha soldiers sent home 34,
000,000 la November. This sum appears all
the more striking w hen It Is recalled that
the pay of the German private soldier 1
only about 12 rents a day. Tha amounts
sent through the postoffioe are often less
than I2.M and in not a -few case leas
than $L ....
A i socialist paper, commenting upon
, these large savings, remark: "This. largo
sum of 1X000,000 reflects the sobriety of
the German soldier; his Intrinsic decency
and his strength of character; even in
the wildest turmoil of tha bitterest strug
gle of history he doe not forget the good
habits of his home which he formed In
times ef peace. Among the lau
rels that our troops are .wlrnlng before
the enemy it Is also a high title of honor
that they use their petty wages econom
ically and do not forget their families or
to look forward ta times of peace. "
CITIZENS WINT SWIMMING
POOL AT RIVERVEW PARK
decretary E. E. Cloesoa of tba South
east Improvement club, on behalf of the
cltisea la. the vicinity of fUvervlew park
ask the mayor and city council to ap
propriate 15,000 for the establishment of
a swimming and wading pool la River
Superintendent Jf. . B. Hummel of the
park and boulevards already has gone
on record as favoring a program which
will tnclade several swimming and wad
ing pools ta the parka He has said he
will da as much along thla Una a tht
fund will permit. '
A going business eaa be sold quickly
through. TM Dw't "'Business Chaacaa."
'? V yVt
(Owing to the death of her mother, after
a long illness. Mis Rees is unable to con
tribute her regular column this week. b
will later resume her work In charge of
tha musical department of The Bee.)
HE Minneapolis Symphony or
chestra, which will give a con
cert at the Boyd theater ea
next Friday evening. February
It, assisted by Mis France
Nash, pianist, give forty-five
concerts' In Minneapolis during its home
season of twenty-four weeks, besides a
series of eight concerts la St. Paul. The
concert here neat Friday opens Its mid
winter eastern tour and marks the only
occasion on which the entire organiza
tion of eighty-five mea haa appeared la
Mr. Emll Oberhoffer, conductor of the
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra, has ex
cited comment everywhere through the
fact that he not only conducts practically
all of tha standard works from memory,
but even modern works, presented for
the first time this season, have been
conducted without the use of the score.
Mr. Oberhoffer'a uiuually magnetic and
interesting Interpretations are no doubt
due, to some extent, to this fact.
Richard Czerwonky, a great local fa
vorite, still remains as concert master,
and Karl Scheurer, formerly second con
cert master, has been transferred to the
principal viola desk. The present second
concert master is Georgs Klaes, who was
formerly first concert master of the Con
certvereln orchestra of Munich. At tha
head of tho violoncello section Is Corne
lius vaa Vllet, a Dutch 'cellist, who at
tained a world-wide reputation before
Joining the Minneapolis orchestra three
years ago. Tha second 'oelllst is Paulo
Oruppe, widely known as a soloist Henry
J. William, tha orchestra' harpist, i a
renowed virtuoso on this favorite Instru
ment and won several first prises In bis
native country, Wales, the clasaio home
Of harp players.
The program for next Friday evening
Symphony, No. T, A major, Op. S
Poca soetenuto: Vivace, allegretta,
presto, allegro con brio.
Concerto for pianoforte, No. 1. B
minor. Op. 11 Chopin
-. Allegro maestoso; Romaaxa, lar
ghetto; Rondo, vivaoe.
Prelude to Lohengrin.. Wagner
Hungarian Fantasy for pianoforte and
Tone poem, Don Juan, Op. W..R. Strauss
Last week a surprise came to the con
ductor of the Mendelssohn Choir of
Omaha In the form of a brief letter from
Manager Weasels of the Chicago Sym
phony orchestra, a follows:
Mr. Thomas J. Kelly, Omaha Dear Mr
Kelly: We have had such a pressure of
business here with our S100.000 gift and
other things that I have not had time
to answer vour telegram or letters, but
the same will be attended to shortly.
Kind regard. Sincerely yours.
F. J. WESSELR.
Manager Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
It remained for tha Chicago papers to
bring fuller account of the splendid piece
of lack which bad thus unexpectedly
come to tha famous orchestra, Mr. Kelly,
the conductor of the Mendelssohn Choir
of Omaha, which gives annual spring
concerts, with the lucky orchestra, had
been trying to get soma Information from
Mr. Weasels and from - Mr. . Stock, tha
Chicago conductor, with - regard ta the
musical offering for tht year and tha
above brief letter explained tha delay.
Mr. .Kelly say that be doe rut believe he
would answer letter or telegram or even
tha telephone ' for a week If someone
would give a fond of S100.000 to tha
Mendel eaohn Choir for a series of annual
concerts, aa that amount would make
possible two season annually without
worry for many year to come.
Tho securing of pledges to the eoa-
oert which are to b given by tha Choir
and Chicago Symphony Orchestra in tha
Auditorium April at and 77 I going: along
merrily and the members are meeting
with much approbation on account of tha
transferable nature of the coupon hooka
Soma, people say they do not wish to
make pledges so far ta advance, but thla
objection Is met by tha fast that tha
subscribers la advance are virtually as
sociate members; they are tha people
who make the . con certs possible. ' It
would be quite Impossible to rave tha
concerts at all If the choir had to depend
on tha sale of seats at the last mlnuta.
Times Change and
Learn to Make
'Tha - peasant generation of women are
not taught . by . their mothers to make
their own garments. Tba generation that
went before were adepts with tha needle,
and those that are to come after will be
Jutit aa talented.' said Mma. Lydla
Coate,- who is conducting a sewing and
dressmaking school at tha ' Bran deli
She ta a firm believer In the theory that
women should do women' work. Bh
states that It la mora disgrace In France
or it Germany far a woman to lack ability
ta fashion her.pwa garment that It 1
to be unable to read or write.
In connection with a general revival of
Interest In tba matter of women being
able to sew and make their owa gar
menta. aha referred back to tha beginning
of the present era of machine-made gar
ment end of this manufacturing Industry
whiclt. has .been built up by men. Sb
makes this observation: - "It was but
logical that this Innovation , would meet
with a ready response from tha woman
who bad become tired of applying tha
needle and fashioning her own clothes.
She hardly can- be blamed, for the fa
duties at that time were not such as to
make needlework tha pleasure that It
now Is. So our grandmothers, finding
that It was something new and quite tha
thing to buy ready-made apparel, took
the easiest way and bought everything
that they could buy ready-mad a Their
daughters (tha present generation) wars
not taught the use of the needle, because
It waa believed that just as good or bet
ter garment could be bought than could
be made, for much lea expense, and at a
saving of considerable labor.
"New tha pendulum la swinging the
other way. Tha daughter of the mother
is being taught to make her own clothing,
and she Is anxious to obtain that knowl
edge. The women of the coming genera
tion demand that the articles they wear
fit their own personality, and many of
there believe thar tha only way that they
can get' such aiothee is by making them.
Today the facilities for sewing are so
much better then they ever have been,
alt accessories for the fsshlonlng of cos
tumes are eo hsady, and learning to sew
is such a simple matter that aeedleworic
WILL SING AT BOYD THEATER
Tha schedule of the wohestra is mads up
far In advance so that a tour can ' be
made which will suit all cities participat
ing. Tha orchestra should know nmetv
days, and must know sixty days before
the concert whether tha service of. tha
organisation will, be required; tha Omaha
partnership contract ' depends on the
Omaha people having secured 1.000 pledges
at 13 long enough ahead, lor tha arehsetra
to make its plane; tha first year of the
concerts this amount was pledged" before
the end of tha December prevloua
The people who take pledge are tha
actual and only guarantor of tha spring
concert schema and It takes 1MO-of theft
to make the concerts pay out. - '
The rehearsal are now strictly private
as tha time for tha concerts Is fast ap
proaching, lea weeks from tomorrow. And
these oonoert will be tba last of tha
five-year series ooatraet with tba famous
Me steal Votes. A
A speoiaT pre-Lenten musical Service
will bo given on Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock by the choir of the Chunai of the
Good Shepherd. The program will con
sist of solos, duets and anthems, with a
violin solo by one of the choir boy. The
publlo and all friend of the parish are
cordially Invited to attend. Miss Carol
Marhoff, organist and director.
Mrs. Frank D. Copper waa heard In
song recital at Florence Baaler-Paimer's
monthly studio recital, Thursday eve
ning, February 11- Mrs. Copper wa as
listed by Mr. George Compton, tenor,
also a pupil of Mrs. Palmer's, and by
Miss R adman, violinist, a pupil ef Fran..
Tba special feature for Tuesday1 eve
ning at the Boyd will by Mrs. Lena Ells
worth Dale, soprano, In the recitative
and aria, "One Fine Day" from "Madame
Butterfly." Other engagement for so
ciety' nights at the Boyd Include Emily
Cleva, violinist; Hasel Silver, soprano,
and a second engagement of Henry Co'
violm choir. '
Pupil of Mis Alice V. Davla aadi
Cecil W. Berrymaa were heard by inter
ested friends la a piano recital Saturday
evening in tba Wead studio. Mies Altos
McKensle assisted la soprano solos.
Pupils of Rosa Rocca Transchel gave a
recital ef piano musto at her home, M
Bancroft street, Saturday afternoon,
February 4. William Rocca assisted with
a violin solo. Refreshments were served.
The following took part. Myrtle Wests,
pher, Clara . Harte, Gertrude Harte,
Dwight Beard, Robert Burkley, William
Rocca, Kva Nialsoa, William Wallace,
Frank' Mach presents rVlna CarnaL
Goldle Chrlatensen. Edith Frleden, Wini
fred Lethrop, Helen Possner, Goldle
Vred, Alvtn Helgren, Phillip Krasna.
Edwin Ketskee, Lester Meyers, Alex
ander Rohrbough. Morris Franklin and
Joe Stern in .an Informal violin recital at
his studio on Thursday evening, Feb
ruary u. neien BoneiiDerg ana IjOUIbo
Emmet. DU nils of Miss IfeleK Mnikin.
end Dr. N. C. Christeneen. pupil of James
B. Carnal, will assist.
Their Own Clothes
now really Is a pleasure rather than a
Mma. Coate adds that today woman
can buy patterns ef the latast garments
for a few cents. Sb Indorses tha sewing
courses of tba publlo schools aad predluts
that a aaw era C bom ewwne Is dawn
ing. COLLIER JASON SAILS
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
MARHiniXA Feb. 15. Via PaHaV
Thai t'nlted SteU collier 'Jason, which
brought t Europe a cargo of toys as
Christmas gifts for war orpnans, aalled
today for Baa Francisco with the French
exhibit for the Faaama-Paolfle exposition.
The Exploits of Elaine
(Continued from Pace Tea.)
ft oar escape. Blaine bad sunk bark Into
the chair aa the telephone rang. Clutch
ing I land answered tha telephona
A moment later. In uncontrollable fury
be hurled the Instrument to tha roar.
"Hera we've got to act quickly that
devil baa escaped again," ha hissed. -We
must -get her away. Ton keep her here.
I'll be back right away with a car."
He dashed madly from tho church, pull,
lag Off his mask as be gamed the street
Kennedy had forced ' tha crook ahead
of ns Into tha car which was waiting, aad
I followed, taking tha wheel this tuna
"WhfciU. . way, now qulrkl" demaaded
Craig. 'Aiia' if you get me In wrong-I've
got that tub yet you remember."
Our crook started off with a whole
buret of directions that rivaled the motor
guide "through the town, following trol
ley tracks. Jog right. Jog left Under the
railroad brkVe. leaving trolley tracks; at
tha oemeteiv turn left, stopping at the
old atone church."
-la this It?" asked Craig Incredulously.
"Tea-as I Uve," swore the crook In a
He had gone to piece. Kennedy Jumped
from the machlna
Her, take this gun. Walter." he said
to me. Don't take your eyes off the fel
lowkeep J)1m covered.
Craig walked around the church, out ot
tght, until he eame to a small vestry
window and looked In.
There was Elaine, sitting In a chair,
and near her stood an .elderly man In
clerical garb, which to Craig trained
eye was quite evidently a disguise.
Klalne happened Just then to glance at
tha window and her eyes grew wide with
astonishment at tha sight of Craig.
Be made a hasty motion to her to make
a dash for the door. She nodded quietly.
With a glance at bar guardian h sud
denly made a rush.
, He Was at her in a moment, pouncing
en hetv catlike.
Kennedy had seised aa Iron bar that
lay beside tha window where soma work
men bad been repairing tha stons pave
ment, and with a blow shattered tha glass
and tha sash.
At the sund of tha smashing glass tht
crook .tamed and with a mighty effort
threw 71 sine aatde, drawing hi revolver.
A be raised 'It, Elaine sprang at htm
and frantically seised hi wrist.
- Utterly merciless, tha man brought tha
butt of the gun, down with full force oa
Elaine's bead. Only her bat and hair
saved ben bat sb' sank unconscious.
Then he aimed at, Craig aad fired twice.
On shot graaed Craig1 hat, but the
other ..struck, blm la the shoulder and
With a desperate effort he pulled him
self together aad leaped forward again.
Closing with the follow and wrenching the
gun from him before he could fire again.
Juajt then the man broke away and made
a dasb for the door leading back into the
church Itself, with Kennedy after him.
At tha foot -of a flight of stairs hs turned
long enough to strike at Craig's head.
Kennedy warded off tha blow aa best
ba could, then, ' still undaunted, started up
the etairt after the fellow.
.Up he went, Into, the choir loft and then
Into the belfry Itself. There they came to
theer band-toand "struggle. Ke-anedy
tripped ea loose board, and wou'.d have
fallen backward If b had not been able
to recover btmself just to time, Tht
crook, desperate, leaped for the ladder
leading further-ma lata tha steeple.-
"Elaine had rocoVereeT consciousness al
most Immediately, and, bearing the cocn
trtetioevUrred aad started to rise to look
Trota the church she could bear sounds
of ths struggle. Sht paused Just long
enough to seise the crook's revoVver lyinr
oa the floor.
She hurried Into tba church and up into
the belfry, thence up the ladder, whence
ths sounds came.'
The crook by this time bad gained the
outside of the steeple through an open
ing. Kennedy -was in oloee pursuit
On top of tba steeple was a great gllde.l
erom. considerably , larger than a man.
A ths crook clambered outside, be scaled
tha steeple. Using a lightning rod and
some projecting points to pull himself up,
Kennedy followed unhesitatingly.
Thar they were, struggling la deadly
eombat clinging to the gilded cross.
Ths first I knew ot It was a borrinad
gasp from my own crook. . I looked up
carefully, fearing It was a stall to gat
ma off my guard. There were Kennedy
and the other crook, struggling, swaying
back and forta, between uie ana aeain.
I looked at my man. What should I do?
Should I leave blm aad ge to Craig T If 1
did, might be not pick ua both off from
a safe vantage point, by aome sharp
shooting skWT .
There was nothing I could do.
Kennedy wag dinging to a lightning
rod on tha cross. .
I gasped as Craig reeled back. Bat be
managed to eaten noia ci me roa iur
tber down and cling to It
The crsok seemed to exult diabolically.
Holding with both bands to tha cross he
let him eel ( out to his full length and
stamped . on Kennedy' fingers, trying
every way to dislodge blm. It was all
Kennedy could do to keep his hold.
I cried out la agony at the sight for
. Your. Gray Hair
Iiook year younjrer! . L'sa . Grand
mother rrelpa of Bago Tea aad
Hulphur and nobody will know.
Tb use of Sag and. Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to it natural
color date hack to grandmother's time
Bh used it to keep her hair beautifully
dark, glossy and abundant Whenever
her hair fell out or took oa that dull,
faded or streaked appear an oa, this sim
ple mixture was applied with wonderful
But brewing at horn Is rousay and out
of-date. Nowaday by asking at any drug
store for a M cent botUe of "Wysth'a
agt and Sulphur Compound" yoa will
gat thla famous eld recipe which eaa be
depeaded upon - ta restore natural color
aad beauty to tha hair, arvt Is apleadld
for dandruff, dry, . feverish, itchy scalp
and falling hair.
watl'knowa downtown Aragglst says
H darkens the hair so aaturaly and even
ly that aabody can tall It has beaa ap
plied. Toa simply damps a sponge or
soft brash with It and draw this through
your hair, taking one strand at a time.
Br morning tho gray hair disappears.
and after aaether application or two It I
becomes ' beautifully dark, glossy aad
abundant Advertisement ' i
he had dislodged on of Craig's baada
The other could not hold mark longer,
lie waa about to fall.
Just then I saw a face at tha little
window opening out from the ladder te
the outside of tha steeple a womaa'a
fare, tense with horror.
It waa Elaine!
Quickly a hand followed, and la It was
Just aa the crook waa about to dislodge
Kennedy's other hand I saw a flash and
puff of smoke, and a second later beard
a report and another and another.
Tba ereok who bad taken refuge seemed
to starrer back, wildly, taking a couple
of steps In the thia air.
Kennedy regained his hold. 1
With a sickening thud the body of the
crook landed oa the ground around tba
corner of tha church from me.
"Come you!" I ground cut, covering my
own crook with the pistol, "and If you
attempt a getaway I'll kill you, tool"
He followed, trembling, annerved.
Wa bent ever the man. It seemed that
every bone In bis body must be broken.
He groaned, and before 1 could even at
tempt anything for him, was dead.
As Kennedy let himself slowly and pain
fuly down the lightning rod. Elaine seised
him, and, wtth all her strength, pulled
him through the window.
He was quite weak now from lose ef
"Are yea all right" aha gasped, aa
they reached the foot of the ladder In the
Craig looked down at bla torn and
soiled clothes. Then, In spite ' of the
smarting pain cf hla wound a, ha smiled,
"Thank Heaven I she murmured fer
vently, trying to atauaob the flow ef
Craig gased at her eagerly. The great
look of relief la her face seemed ta tak
away all the pain from hi owa face. In
It plaee came a look ef iroader and
He could not resist
"This time It was you saved me! be
Involuntarily hi arm sought hers and
he held her a moment looking deep Into
her wonderful eye
Then their faces came slowly together
In their first kiss.
(Continued Next Sunday.)
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and gives quick results. It Is easily made
at home dissolve 1 ounce almosolo ia
4 pint of cold water, thsa add 1 tea
spoonfuls ef glyoerlne. Tou will find this
a splendid eleaning preparation as well.
But it Is sura to overcome your wrinkles
It you are faithful about using It.
Victoria: The article you refer to I
never, recommend for shampooing. I al
Write PATtiE EXCHANGE, Inc.
1312 Farnom Street
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souvenir. Among the
prettiest of the series.
Graceful and delicate
in detail, but massive
in its dignified beauty
a new State Spoon
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Clip tins Coupon NOV
provide apse for surra
for each spoon if roa waat
Initial plainly bar.
The Home Beauty Parlor
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ways use eaatHrax. whioh Is maV tor
washing- the hair only and ia not a make,
shltt. Tha cost Is about tmee cents a
shampoo. To prepare It dissolve on tea. '
sptoaaul of cantnros In a cup of' hot
at once dissolve all dandruff and exreas ,
oil, leaving the scalp aweet and clean,
tn hair eo bright and fluffy, that you
will enjoy doing It up, and Its sttmulat
Ing el fact will soon b noticeable by the
imnunr of new feaira wroduoed. t '
Anxious Y.s, I know of a lotion that
wtil answer all the purposes of powder,'
and at ths same time prove o greet .
beneilt to. the skin. It Is a follow:
Dissolve 4 ounce spurmax (oa seia at'
ay drug store) ia either H pint hot
water or witch hasel and add t ieaapooa
futs glycerine. The beauty of this lotion
la that only one appllcatloa a day ta
necessary, and you ned us It only spar
iagly at that. Hub gently oa tha faca,
heck aad arms until It vanishes. Tula
iniinn ha a. rwiitlar war of sinkinsT Into
the skin snd seeming to become aa actual
rert of It The result Is that the com-.
Lt 1 . nil nllV. MlMilV. fl ShlllV
appearance, and tones up wonderfully to
youth iML ruddy tints.
Hetty Dean's Beauty Book, UUrer
Usameat & II havjaAalik
16th and Dlnnoy
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