NEVER LOVED MISS GRAHAM, SAYS STOKES
AVIATOR AT WOOD DROPS INTO OQEAN SURP
WHATHKIt I'alr To-MnIM nnd n t n rln imlrr,
W F.ATIIK.H I-
DITI O M
4r Tn-lh Bad a.taraari CmIh.
PRICE ONE CENT.
COOL BREEZE BREAKS HEAT ; atwood sairswp
ricdoi idv nDODC i n nrnnrre , DROPS INTO SEA
iviltujuih uiwo i u uluiallo
IN LESS THAN ONE HOUR
Eighteen Deaths and Scores of
Prostrations Before Promised
GOOD WEATHER LIKELY
Thunder Storms Possible To
Night, but To-Morrow ill
Be Fair, Is Forecast.
The hot spell which has torture! I
New York' millions for six days broke ;
with a rush of COOl, damp ulr at
few minutes after 1 o'elo 'k this nfter-
noon. rrom dawn until then the ther
mometer had climbed to heights as un
comfortable as that of any day In the
traffic week. The IU1 of those who
ere killed or prostrated hy the heat
grew even more rapidly than It had
eatiMiiif the cumulative strain of
h it t le cool wind came, emailing of
rain, just as lhe Ui'it .t Bureau poo
pie had steadfastly lllalltod t would
come. though they were a, little prema
ture In fixing the time of its arrival
here, for the rest of t ie country the1
prediction wae exactly right,
80 Just after the 1 o'clock Whistle
blew people looked up at tlie sky and
ran to tbg windows and shouted the
gled neWe that the break .-"i came
k: is, napped in the w i'i 1 ana itenn
and smoke streamers which had been
floating lazily as though between, lay en
of rouMed air, wbleked away ewwai 1
MERCURY TUMBLES " DEGREES
IN THIRTY MINUTES.
The thermometer had Itood 11 "s
greea at noon and at 1 O'clock. Then J
there wae an almoit Instantaneous drop 1
Of five degree! at 10 minutes past I
0' lock. At half past 1 o' lock the
Weather Hureau thermometers regli'
tered degrees and the mercury was
(till falling rapidly.
The thermometer dropped Jual 1 le !
g:ee more at 2 o'clock and then si",'
At 3..KI the aky turned I la 1. an ' then
WM another drop, , 1 all the accom-
pantRienti uf the overturn of 1 iundi 1
The cool wave erai brought gboul by
an area of high baron, ,111 pressure
which epreul from tie .Mill:,- Weal
and lake States OUl over New (fork,
I'rr.naylvanl.i an 1 New England. BTVory
spot ekcept New York City and it j
Immediate environs, sot the benefit of I
the change soon after daybreak. In I
the early morning here tip- wind
shifted to the northeast, hut the an !
did not affect the temperature. The
life eavlng flood of 000 air whlah
isme at 1 o'clock was driven Straight
t ut of the eaat.
The number of prostratt n was grei it
er to-day than during the early hours at
any other day of the torrid wave, Poo,
pie at home, at work and on th Itrti IN
eollaperd hy score.
TO THIRD TRACK "L" LINE.
The Public Serv ice Commission to- l.i ,
adopted the following resolution:
"Resolved, That the counsel for the
Commission bo instructed to submit
to the Commission as soon as pos
sible uch forma or otrtlflcatei for
third tracking the Second, Third and
Ninth avenue lines, together ewlth
ueh resolutions in reopeot thereto,
us raa In hi' opinion In n v."
na n h : o ;;-" a iviuum 1
A Qurious Fact
it is trordinrhv
tint tVtKV t.)NU uf (b Iwv.ve
persons wlin lUCCumbdd tu the hell
in New York City last Wednesday
were stricken ind pisse-l away
not on th;' itreel or at work 111 tlie
glare 0 'h ", bill in their
Is youp home comfortably situ,
tid ind irringedf
I33.7S3 World "I" Lei" Adt.
Been Printed During the Firtl
Six Month ul I hii i ear
8,354 More Tlan the Herald.
Why Should Any One Continue
To Lut in Discomfort?
tiprtghl, 11111, by
(. (Hi. New
bbiy tm to-night and Saturday;
COOler thin irtlrnnna rwl snsaasli.t
moderate north and northeast wum, '
3 A. M 79
5 A. M 7
6 A. M 77
7 A. M 80
8 A. K 81
9 A. M 81
10 A. M 83
11 A. M 85
18 M 87
1 F. M 87
8 F. M 77
3 F. M 77
4 F. M 78
5 F. M 70
BoDr.Nnr.1 ,irs, abhahak, aged
fifty, or No. 339 Saet Seventy.
elrbtta etreeti collapaed and died 1
at hie home.
CaSTZLlo, JULIA, aged elxty-elght,
of No. 346 East FlUy-flfth etreet)
died at home of heat eahauatlon,
COXRIOAN, HEBHARB, aged thlrty-elgl-.t,
of Ninth ..venue and rour
teonth etroet, Brooklyn; proetrated
at home and died. ,
DORXOWSXY, STANISLAUS, aged
' three, of Mo. 501 Morgan avenue.
Brooklyn; died of heat exhauetlon
HAILOfRK, B.ICKARD, aged forty
five, of Washington etreet, 11 'bo
ken; overcome at home and died.
BAST. TROHAS. ased one month, of
No. 31 Boal street, Erooklyn; died
of heat exhauetlon at home.
JONES. LOUISA, ageA thirty-three, of
No. 243 West SUty-Sret etreet;
proetrated at her h cue and died.
MCLOBUGY. EDWARD, aged els
mouths, of No. 346 Front street,
died of heat nxhanetlon at home.
NE WM ,ik. ROSE, aged eighteen
monthe, of No. 33 Lewis street;
died from beat exhauetlon at home.
O'SREA, MAItQARET, aged forty
four, of No. 303 E.-.et Twenty-eighth
etreet; overcome and died at home.
RICE. LAWRENCE, aged Hfty, of No.
48 St. FclU etreet, Brooklyn;
overcome on Liberty etreet, Man
hattan, and died In a faw mlnutee.
KICnT-R. JOHN, osed forty-nine, of
Ho. I f Wyrlio:! avenue. Brooklyn;
ovoto:ho at heme and dlecl.
SCH.'.I..r' H. REDIG, aged eluty-three,
of No. 133 Seventh avenue: over
come at home and died.
SHERMAN, JAMES, aged slxty-ulne,
of No. 292 DeOraw etrset, Brook
lyn; coflapeed at home and died.
SX.O.T7, fi'tNA, aged sixty-four, of Wo.
325 1. .1 One Hundred and Twefth
etreet; overcome at her home and
SMITH, PATRICK, aged thirty-eight.
of No. 222 Eaet Eighty-see mil 1
etre't; collapsed at his home and
i M7TH. ANTHONY, aged twenty-six.
of No. 1112 Fulton etreet, Brook
lyn; coll tpeed and died at home.
WALTERS, Mrs. ERNEST, aged sixty
four, of No. 332 Blooper etreet,
Brooklyn; collapard and died nt
OTTAWA'S ROWING HOPES
Q0NS; LOSE SEMI-FINAL
KPlNliFJV, Rngland, lulv 7. The
i, i pri of the i tta a oi m n of annex
::,k tlx "' rda' Ural Challensa Cup,
, - l ie r
w ere claa
r I n of the scullln? world
1 in-. lay when thu I '.inaili.it.
siramer wcra defeated In the fo.:r;'.i
hcit by II n i' representing Maglalon
'olieu ' i race was iioiiy DoQtMted
,n t In, utily t iver, l ut too superb con
djtlen of the 1 -cils told and they fair!)
I'qwi ' 'h visit ore out of their smte in
the last half mile.
Slid l Iliad by a I'nll.
Joseph i' 'on: nr. eight months oM, .if
So. '"' Third avenue, rolled on the flre
sgcape on t"e third floor this afternoon
and tumbled to lib pavamtnt, He die I
ut Khmer Hospital.
THU "HUli ' OIO'J-VISU CORNEA,
b.o Iwuy, co:-. Barclaj Bt, opp pool
Ofjfis . v 111 sell toda and Saturday
S,5oo Uen'i hi ic gorge Bulls, fast color
guaranteed; also gray, browne, blscka,
fancy Woreti latin lined, all alggg
34 to 41; wort i tlJ in any other store;
our special price to-day and Saturday,
S.tB. Open tialurduy night till It. e
F'Creua(uiool;3 0pea(4l." I
Til Pre.. Ihibllablag
AT ATLANTIC CITY
Birdman Makes Three Futile
Efforts to Continue Flight
LIFE GUARDS AID HIM.
W ind Forces New En.ejander
and Hamilton, His Com
panion, to Quit Trial.
fsneeUI t The Plvcntnc Wfrld.)
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. July 7 Avi
ator. AtWOOd made three sensational i
starts this afternoon In the reumptln
of hie skyline Journey from Boston to
DlirolXrdlni the easterly gale that
was whipping up a high eurf. Atwood,
accotnpanlel b AVtatOr Hamilton as a
paiHniar, toe the air at 3.10. Before
he got clear of the ground his left pro
peller hit and killed a dog. The blade
of the propeller wae splintered andaAt
wood was forced to descend.
Immediately he had made repairs he
went tny again, but the wind slewed
one of his planes and he came down a
The wind wae freshening, but Atwood
declared that he would make the flight
to Washington In spite of It, and at 1.10
he made another rocket-like ascent. He
was lOlni up beaut If ully when a slant
of wind caught the machine and swept
It out toward the ocean. Seeing hie dan
ger, Atwoixl volplaned and ciune down
Just within the edge of the surf. The
lifeguards rushed out and pulled the
two aviators and tlie monoplajie up on
Aft, r linking other atempts to get a
start AtWOOd decided to abandon his
Might for the day.
BBTILIN, July T.-JTour avlor.
Bruno Hue hner. t'ollmueller, Laltech
and Soe41e c mplttad the moat dlfBouit
stage of the Oerman circuit flight lo-
day by crossing the Harz Uounta'na
from Nordhauaefl to Halherstadt, a lle-
tanoe Of about fifty miles. The firs:
three oarrlad passengers. The hhr-cst
point f the mountain lyatem paeead li
s,tU0 feet, hut the elevation was a minor
peril, the greateel danger being from
the Irregular winds around the lco.,. .,
Koenll and Wien -iler collided at the
start and damaged their ma .ones. The,
arranged to make a new start In com
pany with Jaannln and Hamiechke thlt
eien.ig With only the Halberatadt to
lierll" lag to be aocompllahed, Veh
muelh r leads with IiIsj miles covered.
Buechnar has made M miles. Howevc,
If Koenlg completes the fight over the
liar?, he will be In the lead with a to'ul
of 1,011 tulles.
AT NEW YORK.
ii Q (i
1) 2 1 -
HaMerlei 'Hmlbftok And AfchWi Anu-t
ptl rBi'KO -
i 0 0
li 1 0
Batlei.es Stet e AtlJ billion, S all. oil
0 0 0 1 1 "
0 ii 0 0 0
Han Harmon and liresnalian;
Chalmers and DoOlB,
U 1 0
0 0 3 0
Batteries Suggs and Severeld, Pargui
FOB BAGS BEUX.TtJ Ago
BAUBAXjIj, MB VAAB 4.
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
Shooting Show Girls and Hotel Man
Who Tells of Relations With Them
jftiiiflMj!tBBBajSBMeaaaaafl eaaaaaaaaaaBfeaW saaBBm. sea.
A sfl sMXlSsesKsa HaV
"BOAT'S SINKING!" f; B
CAUSES PANIC ON - W
GRAND REPUBLIC fvf
Rockaway Boat Strikes Hidden
Obstruction Near Steeple
chase Park Pier.
The old steamboat Grand Republic
bumped Into s.ime hidden obstruction
about a mile off Steeplechase I'ark on
her way to Hockaway Beach to-day end
some excited young man yelled out.
"The boat's sinking'" The shock of
the bump had been felt In every part
of the uit anl It needed only the wild
yell of the excited young man to start
a panic among the thousand pasecng
ere, the majority of them woman an1
The hump was followed by violent
pitching ami rooking and this serve,! to
Increase the fears of the passengers
Cspt. Carman shouted from the pilot
house that there was no danger and
despatched Mis officers and crew gmbni
the excited women a'-,l children. The
man paesongari joined m the effort to
lulet the screaming women and chil
dren and by the time tlie tirand Ite
puhllc got In to the Ste. pleohiise Park
pier some sort of order had been re
stored. Just what tlie hoat hit her skipper
was unahiu to ascerialn. The bump
checked tlie vessel only a moment, an. I
when she got Into the pier she seemed
to he perfectly sound. Nevertheless
(apt. Carman decided to take no
chances and the passengers were re
queeted to disembark and wait for an
other Rooki way-hound boat.
In the excitement many children had
strayed from their mothers and ph k
pockrts iiad managed to steal about
a score of pockethooks.
7 COOKS FOrTpASSENGERS.
I lnr MIm nm poll.. trrtV Willi
s I ii 1 1 r Mhfn I tint.
Th itMmthlp kflnnMpollt nf t t At-
Uuttlfl Tr.in port lln nrclvtMl hn to
0$f from London Wrtth WO m .in in-
-'nKirn. Tit lr 'lii'i.on kvppard "ii the
l':i-pnfr lint an Mm. J Blf n4
At pver', u)ea tty 'Ifiwn to they
Rpr rat'rc'! to hy sevt n OOkl arnl
Ightoon Ht-'v i ')
The MtrwftulM wr not ovorwofkodi
riTi'i boini now eomplomtnt, h rod bo
canw of the httike of th union hajiei,
are of the opinion that n lOOOling tlfi
In notblng but mil long swing f Joy.
The M In no poll I wan dolA) mU three,
dftyi t hfr london dook hwoouoo nftti
strike, hut AHod h"t i OW Mid hoi OfN
cerm hellove trial the tr- lb I if Oiulod
as far as that mtlp in ooncornod.
Clssieai Part, ,trstsa,,i ii i -n .
Ithu ftigltaiueili Uedlsoii N -rf,, k
.iml-i. Coloa, snsl iee.
IN"' MIN' i STU MSIIICS
Id K TO D4V
M iTsns. Ht L s ., -i . Hurdeeui.
llne;,ii. IseeeiinnlU, eeeiltiol, Turiu Idsad,
TuMinU" le. I'sirs. BulU, Usteceieo,
sin Qioieaal, M 04,
Hulbilnr lurklsh Itaths.
sfWin a lib prtvuie rums, 11
IN SAFE AND SANE
So Alderman Diemer Tells the
Brooklyn Aldermen at Bor
ouh fall Meeting.
Aldermnn D'emer at a meeting of the
Brooklyn Alderman to llaouat the scan
dal over the failure of the city RMWOfkl
lwi on the night of the Tourth of
July and the graft charges following It
put the hlume flatly on the shoulders of
Alderman Samuel Marx of Harlem. Sev
enteen out nt the twenty-four Brooklyn
Aldermen attended the meeting. Mac i
was called on by C, P. Bant, Vice -President
or the Board of Alderman, to tes
tify to his oxperlen with the flraworka.
Alderman I'lemer was one of the sith
ommittee on fireworks of the Mayor's
"safe and s.uie" oolabratlon commit
tee, with Aldermen Walsh and Mais
If gt disclaimed any reipontlblllty for the
contracts, all iouh he and Walsh signed
them and Mai x did not.
"Marx was the whole show," he said
"He told us lie would attend to the
contra ts and finally turned up wit i
eUhty-four of them with various com
panics wo,i,.j, m. auintc'l us to sign He
said that he had personally seen to it
tnat lha eontraeti were all right and the
pOOPte Were trustworthy, He bad asked
for nlds from sixteen firms and tiad
received answers from fourteen and
had selected the best four.
"I didn't Ilk the way the thing had
been done and 1 said so Marx Insisted
that Mr. Itchier approved nts action and
on that ass ii an I rOlUOtAnUy put my
name on the eoglfgolg.'1
OTHER FIRMS SAID "$120" SHOW
WAS WORTH $97.50.
Alderman Hern said that he heard on
June 110 ghoul the contracts and went
to No 4a Day street, the oBlo! of the
United Kin-works Company, to ask mmm
questions. Ho was told there Hat Au
brey Love and J, J. Cox and the Fire
wutks Company merely aad a letter
box there. Th.s maue lutre suspicious
and hi, went to several Artwork! places
In prowway, a. iwed ttiem the prj
grammel of the display which had been
' iConunuad on a.wnd Page.)
MARX WHOLE SHOW GATES IMPROVED
Circulation Books Open to
Magnate Making Normal
Gain, Although Recovery Is
Slower Than Expected.
!ARIH. July 7 -"Mr. Oetev eondl
tlnn shows a normal, although alow.
Thle was the statement to day of In
Doyen, who le attending John W
dates at the Hotel Meurlce Or Ioyen
says there is no occasion for alarm, sl-
I though he admitted that he had ex
pe' tod a more rapid recovery of tils
patient from the several operations tie
has undsrgone for throat trouble.
Intimate friends who eee John W
I Qatea dally say that the condition of
the American financier Is much lm
proved. According to those persons, ha
is sitting up In ins room a: lha note
during lb" day ,nd three days agi
diove through tlie Hols le Hologll,
Mi Hales s piiysl lan tnlnka lis oai
i ttavel after ten days, and plans have
'already been male for hi return to
America at thu end of the present
Announcement of the receipt nf re
assuring cat lee in. in the improve. I phys-
leal condition or John tV, Qatta, in in
pgrll Iron tiiroat, I ver and kidney
tpoublaa, was mid, tms morning at
his New ork gnVaS, No. 1 llattery
Plgoa, similar raporl were given out
from the unices of Harry S Rlaok, a
dose peraonal ttrlsnd of the elk man.
at No. in Broadway, lui Mrs. Chart eg
q. Oataa, wife of t ia son or the Banna
ciei. did nut share In lbs optlm sm.
I am very mUOh afraid that my
fatber-ln-hsW is In a moat dangerous
condition," said Mrs Charles 0 Hates
wlicn seuti at nor home, No. t;7 MadNon
avenue, tu-dal. "While i an lying
a. a i from my hlMDsjAUi 1 am li . Bsoply
inletested in the (IMM family aftai's,
I particularly l ie elder lr tt au
has always been most kind an i nskl-
era e to me.
"for year Mr ristcs lias been sjf-
faring from kidney and llvaa oompialnt,
and 1 greatly tear tnat lis will not live
until Ida sou reaobai bll side. My bus
ICon tin ued on Hecond Page.)
SAYS DOCTOR: NO
CAUSE FOR ALARM
" 1 !
CHORUS GIRL GOT $230
FROM STOKES WHEN HE
HEARD SHE DRANK ACID
Ethel Conrad Collected Money for
Lillian Graham, Whom He
Considered "a Thoroughly
YOUNG SHOOTERS WON'T
TELL THEIR STORY YET.
Hotel Man Tells Also of Visit Miss
Graham Made Him Alone
at His Farm.
Those who for two days ha J packed the Centre Street Court in the
hope of hearing the show girls, Lillian ( irahain and Ethel Conrad, tell
how and why they shot W. h". D. Stokes, millionaire owner of the Ansonla
Hotel, in hoth of his elderly les on June 17 at their apartment, suffered
i severe disappointment this afternoon when the lawyers for the younf
women announced that he would not put his clients on the stand at all.
The preliminary trial, as conducted lawyer when the task- of Indexing and
' efore Magistrate Treschl, had alreadv recording hid been performed by Msgs.
ibiindmtly aatlsned tlie counsel for the tints Present's clerk.
'efense. They had kept Stokes hlmseir
i the stand under asARllna n and
ross-eiamlnatlon for many hours, and
i hey had drawn from Mm a pretty clear
Idas) of the facts upon which the pr .se
utlnn must ultimately rely to secure
lie conviction of the girls upon the
barge of attamptsd murder.
Ho when Htokos rlna.lv got tnrougn
with hie slory Ihey el ibly offered tea- the sublect of Mr. Stokes's acquaintance
nmony to show how Htokes's letters to with Miss Conrad, and right there It SB
Miss Orsham came to get back, after veloped that Miss Conrad, by Btokoa'a
hr arroet. Into the hands of Stokes a way of telling, had a gift of lmaglaa
laVyarn, and from there Into the Uls- Hon when it came to describing her own
irlct-Attorney's nWce. history that made the famous story tail
In this connection the attorneys for lug lady of the Thousand and One Arab
th girls dwelt rather strongly upon the bin Nights Entertainment seem In eom
mference thai isi'taln of the letters con- I part son a mere beginner,
rilnlug presumably ardent language, "When did you Hrst meet Ethel Can
iad been destroyed before the s.ieif rsd"" asked Mr Mo.ie
nas flnsllv turned over to Mr. lii
man's orhVe Just before Magistrate
Treschl adjourned for tlie day Lawyer
,..ore. representing the young women,
said he would rest big case lO-moTTO'
irnlng after calling a negro elevator
attendant to contradict Htokes's version
of his call at the rooms of the two girls
lust before they shot him up.
GIRLS WILL BE HELD FOR THE
This means, probably, that Magistrate
Fresehl will hold the pravmera for
I he tlrand Jury under their present
bonds, leaving the defense free to plan
Its own flght In ltd own time without
disclosing tlie line of camp.il' n to the
Mr Stokes seemed all confidence
. isn lie mountOd lha witness chair this
forenoon. He swept the oloaa ptmke
pad sweatv audi) nee with a calm, DOOl
oya, He started off well, too, with bis
i gg gggmlngHfin. out before long lie
developed a faulty memory ragardlni
ertaln phases Of hie testimony and be
wail to flounder badly
The crowd l.itened with eagi rness as
bo traced bid actual' tai.ee wltn Mi,
c, uiad when she came to him In the
guise r a good Samaritan, earing for
MIns Uiabain, wtio had--o at sa . s she
said Just attempted sulclds, and heark
en. ,1 with an even deeper Interest to
bis admlaaiona concerning gilH
tirabam's v. sit alono to his ..lock farm
down In Kentucky.
New York's most famous llttginl
wore hla outfit Of ycatei,la tie water
i.elon shaped helmet, the Uird llyron
turn down collar and the null fighter I
rod e Ktie.
It i ii rt W. Mo ire of counsel for the
dcfc .se, let) off by causing Mr Siokes
tu Identify nine of hi letters to M s'
UrahaUl, which liad been iniroduced In
avldonog yesierday. After Mr. Stokes
bad admit lad mat all of them were in
his handwriting they were tiled for the
STOKE8 ADMITS HE MAY HAVE
WRITTEN 20 NOTES.
"Are these nine lettere all that you
ever wrote Miss UrahamT" asked tba
PRIOfc ONE OENT.
.No," ssld Mr. Stokee.
"How many In all did you write hetnT'
"I couldn't say."
"As many as eighteen or twentyT"-
"Have you any Idea what bee a ma of
I those rsmalning letters?"
Here Mr Mnore suddenly swltche
"It was on May HI," said Mr. Stokes,
"nt about II o'clock In the morning. I
was in mv office on thrf sixteenth
of the Ansonla. when my brother
some one wished to see me. and he
ushered fn a young woman who we
apparently In a high state of ecclte-
merit. She told me her nsme was Bthel
Conrad, and said she had Just had an
WlUl scare. I inquired how the sw-
rui scare or a total stranger could pos
sibly concern me.
ETHEL CONRAD'S STORY ABOUT
"To this she replied substantially aa
" A faw nlgnts ago, Mr. Stokes, 1
met a MISS Ul an liraham. She was In
-"" " ! ivlng no money and no
clothes, and 1 befriended her and took
lo my Hut to stay. Thle morning
I left the apartment and started for
mj work ,t the office of the Delineator,
I reuieuii ei ,-, w lien I was on my wpy
lowntown thai l had torgotten my
driw: :. p. u lis. and I went back.
'1 found on the ta,blelnthe receptgtn
room a bundle of lettere, some v rliten
1 ' -'lid some lr- ,,l.ic: ul, n. and S
farewell statement wni.h Mu, Urabnnj
bad praparad for ths press, i wot)
alarmed and called her name. I got no
answer and I run Into the bedroom.
Sue was on trie Red, nearly dead)
,lie had IWgltOWOd oarbollo a.ud and bar
face was badly jurued. I called a pby-sb-lan
lr. Kornaxu l think his naroo la
..iid he pumped her out and saved feer
Hut now I am worried almoet to
deatll mvs,.lf. I have decided, on rend
ing the letters ehe left behind, that Mint
Graham la not of good eharaotar, and aa
tamo I) i pen working girl wlthnoth-
Ing Ok apt m.v good name, 1 am greatly
tressed. Ye' I cannot bear to turn
her out. Hestdes, 1 have lost my day's
work, and as I only get l,.j0 a week 1
need every cent I make.
1 do not think the doctor will ckargs
anything for hie services, but be ees
Miss Uraham should have carstul nurs
ing for tbg peal Uvea waakav a sngajp
it r. f
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