THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913.
PttOOKLYN TO MAKE
JTmM( of proutt a pa in if t
tuning 0 the tutted operating
mmtrtdt will t held at S o'clock
ftvaifM tn Brooklyn at
n liiiwy a Maale.
fayett arcane urn AsMee alee.
MM T. E C i, RettfeH
aal Iwnt treat.
At both meeting iUnini will be
delivered hi PubMe 8er1oe Commle
sfcmere Milt Mr and Cram; Preeldsnt
Mlbrhel of the Board at Aldermen;
Magistrate Hrlan. Register frirfwgh
fin. Commissioner nf Records O'Con
nor, former Judgs Pslmlerl, Arthur
broth. Bernard Nolan. Walter B
Atternury an1 Charles I. 8 tangle.
that tha t rart ton la wyara have not at 111
overreached tha representatives of tha
itr and pat across tha 10-csnt fara by
oma now trick.
COMMISSIONER REFUSES TO AT
TEND SECRET CON FAD.
Thoar who were present at tha onnfsr
rncs war Mr McAneny, Mora pah Presi
dent Millar of tha Bronx and Commie
alonara Wlllcox, Bust Is. Wllllama in. I
Ofalthle. Commlaalonar Cram would
not at land, although Inrltad hy Chalr
inan Wlllcox, and ha said ha stayed
away aa a protest against tha secrecy
of tha Session
'The mora vtctoua tha subway eon
nacia are In datall tha aoonar tha
public arflt repudiate tham and com
Into It own." declared Commlaalonar
ram ) an Bvanlna; World raportar.
"I aea't go to prtrata meetlags aaa
I akaH aat go to Ola oma," ssntanasS
"I attend aU aaa pahu
I hoi that aa msillng
skomld aa la paaUa. I aaa a rahll ef
a aaa, paid with pabilo fsads fa aaa
aiaatyaa, aa4 X aaa mot paid to da sas
Ua thlag la privet.
"Recites, I hold tkal a Jadfaaaat
ehsaia follow a pakiu hearing east aat
CRAM CALLS TMR SECRET SES
SION A JOKE.
'These aacrct meetings of tha oom
mission ara Hka paaalnc Judgment la
trial before the evidence la hoard. Thar
ara a joko whan conaldarad aa a pub
ic fathering of official, for thay ara
. nothing but prlvata meeting devised to
ilaoalva tha public Into baUavlas thai
thay ara public moaUnca.
"My final raaaoa for not colas to tali
aoorat aaaalon la beeeuss I am oppoaad
to tha aobway oontraota for tha raaaoa
that I favor and hava pledged my vela
for municipal opa ration of subways,
whtcb la bound to coma aoonar or later.
anaVk. tha ultimata eolation of the quae
Hon. Under our paternal ayatam of
ttovernmem those among aa who have
tha kuweet financial estate la tha coun
"uy aanalder Uoae who have the amaller
aetata unfit to Cevera. Whoa we get a
UoyoVOeoraa In tkla eouatry then thoaa
of tha amaller aetata may oom Into
thair own. The., way thlaca ar going
thfkajpUl not have" t
far aBoh a cfiaarplon.
lot hv-to Walt vary long
ta gtva away
ta tha yahU.
IN NO HURRY AT ALL SAYS
Chairman William a WUlcox, Mayor
Uaynev1 chief aide la tka aubway
ojrab, talked to the reportere before
tka aaaetlng. Ha waa vary cordlaL He
blandly to t bam that aa haeta waa
golns td a made
"But" ha aald. "In order to facilitate
ptatteva 1 have aaked tka mam bar a of
th Tranelt Committee of the Board of
BaUatata to oome ever aad meat with
I Oaa of the chief point Commlaalonar
afaltale raleed la the conference In be
half of tha oonjteatfona of th vealay
WarM acalaet the aermlaetaa of the
otty to let J. P. Morgan St Oe. have
ant.an,on worth of inter bo rough bond
hacked by the cny'a credit at the low
price of at 1-1 waa a table bowleg the
prteo at which tha preaent t per oanL
lalerborouch bond, "aerlee A," have
ta enfaeblad ara-xa fwadOy
gjccapta any RggaaafS Nature's
rsaiatant fore is depleted
end Scoff's Emaltion Is
Pissesc. It. highly coDeen
afatttid nouriahment is im
madiately diatributad to a-vary
With Scoff's Emaltion
repair wasta, con-
atructa healthy tiaaue and
active, life gusrsining blood.
No Excisi for IfionDC.
ecssssralng Crime and Their Psnal
. Use In th Various Statsa.
Or any on of tha
:.ta Other Important Hubjecta
isss weaMVB dMtddtUM
asjhracing 21,000 Facts sad Plgurss
sUl far ass, at duty aTevwtaad
t Ska eauetee of tha whole."
a awanaa ta a. So aara that ha
waste ta Sad est what th frtemde
St Ska oak way iiatMiea aaa delay,
gat amnyeaaa ta aaa hla yaaaagatHa
aa a Oaataaaaaaaaar Inaide the eeeret
feat, and than aaaaa aat aa vail
tha wnkUa what thoaa laataa are
unlet ai rm stilt i
W N i
IIIIU ULlaAIV Ull I
CALL ON GAYNOR
Mayor Commends 200 Young
sters for Work of Volun
JOKES ABOUT SUBWAY.
"Arithmetic Might Be Too
Much for Us," Boy's Answer
to Hint of Mayor.
Mayor Oayaor In receiving two hun
dred achool ehllil ren to-day eucceeted
In aa addreae to them that perhape they
might dtepoae of the eubway problom
The children emlled rnd one "kiddle"
poke right out wid aaid. "Mr. Mayor,
parhasa tha arithmetic In the eubway
might be too much for ua."
Reuben g. ftlmone, who hee orgenleed
thirty-three leacuea. oomprlelng pupija
who are pledged to report ordinance
violation and help heap the street
dean, preeeatod tka children to the
Mayor, who received them cordially.
Each oh fid wore a bade Tha Mayor
approach ad one youncater and aaked:
'What la that badce and whoee pie
turee are on lit"
"That la our organisation bidge," aald
tha bright boy. "and tha picture are
thoaa of youraalf, Commieatoaer aV
warde and Mr. Slmona "
"I thought that might be my picture,"
eaewerod tha Mayor, "hut ernoa the
nawepapar have started plotartag ma I
hardly haaw mreelf."
Mr. mrnoaa lost hi eight In the aar
vie of the city aa. a street sweeper.
He Is retained aa a "auperviear." hav
ing devoted himself far years to the
organisation of achool cauldron's laaguaa
In tha utaraet of elean street. He
says clean streets msaa clean homes
and elean character. He told the
Mayor aa. in Introducing his Utile fe
lowsra. Mr. Simons Is kept on tha
city pay roll booauee his work Is con
sidered banefMaL He hi eligible ta
tha pension list for he has been in the
Street Cleaning Department for twenty.
rftvOew THAT CHILDREN
OLVI wURWAY RIDDLE.
In hla ad rasa to the children, the
"You say tbeae children take an in.
to eat ta our city affairs aad want to
help. Suppose I turn tha eubway ael
neas aver to them? De you think they
eeuld manag itr How would that dot
I can't say I wouM be glad ta gat rlgi
ei n, aocauoe i want to Co the heat I
e n with It
"But t underetand you take a great
Interest la keeping th city clean; lan'1
that eoT And that you take a great
Interest in eeelng that tha streets are
clean. And that work alone is very
groat. I take soma Interest In It my
self, when I oaa. Boms part of the
city I ride through In order to see
whether It la growing cleaner or dirtier,
t Intend aoeae time to go up to East
New York and through Browasvllla and
oee II you are fceepi eg the e tree to elean
1 have aaked all tha polios to ho eare
fal about that) ta report all eaaee
where merchants awaap their stores out
Into the street. 1 do not hnow how a
man can be so nasty aa ta 'So a thing
like that and yet same of tham do it
been sold sad ar now. selling. The
It hales Low. High
Juns Iiavwo 10tH 1MV
July sff.OOO 1MH lut
August tT.ttal KM lots
Septaoaber W W M W
Oatober t7.0W lots 1114
November tM,M USH 1M
December ,IM,atO lain 1UB
OLD RON OR NOT At GOOD AS
These bonds are no better than th
proposed new issus of llfti.0U0.000 worth
of laterborough bonds." said Mr. Malt-
"In faot. I should think thst they
are not as good, because the present
laterborough bonds ar aoi backed ay
tha or adit of the slur tar Us neat half
a century, redeemable before that time
at Ut and maturtng at par la Mat, with
Recent votes of Commlaalonar Wlll
cox, Kuetia and Wllllama upon mat
ters affecting tha laterborough other
than the aubway contract la highly
Ths first ovtdeaoo of ths action In
concert was a few weeks ago when
there waa aa order bsfors tks Com
mission to compel th Interborough to
properly heat Its oars. The Commis
sion had agrsd not to give tha com
pany an extension of tune to a previous
ordsr whsn tha question cams to a
vols whether the Commteaton should
proced to bring actions against ths
Interborough penalising tha company
as th law provides
THRV RAVR MORR TMNR FOR
Messrs. Wlllcox, Euetle and Wlfaams
voted against bringing action, and
further gave tha aompaay opportunity
"None Better made''
is a broad statement
but It's true! You
can proT it with
let asaaasS lift Kliw tthlXnl'
I 'ii,Mt'-i i
Mayor Gaynor Thanking 200 School Children
g40awl sWSaaaaawaWsatr-n ggV M aaa
gjm LXjR McaT RrRj
BgaeVsaieLi aBel saw 'aaaaS
bw -i .-a r h rj
PI oaah. . aaavTmWaaRaV tRaaBaaRanBRanBi
I RmRT j aaaTsmal M aarla.wBswrt SgRj
L . iaBaaaiaRT Bauar .Jaaaw ar Ss aaBaawearH
a w naRtaaaRane- :tRgLnR . aaa
They ought to be out In tlie woode with
Klpllnge animals, those people. Thay
have no eenee of decency et all. VYr
are trying to stop It.
LITTLE RY LITTLE IS HIS
"Dut you children, as young a you
are, ought to tie taught that you ran
not stop everything In a day. You
have got to be patient all your liven
You have got to do a little to-tay and
a little to-morrow, and a little the next
day, and by the time yuur Ufa le up and
you have to die you will have done u
"And you will often full, llut If you
will gu about the city and note the worst
districts, those that are the dirtiest,
those where the people are dlny enoiis'i
and mean enough lo sweep out Into h
street, and even eome of them throw uui
.lhoh;',rd.1;.h:er:.r.d ,:l simiowEs $421,000. he says.
tne present uen a severe Winter the
company would have furnished oaM
csrs to the public and gut the Issue to
a decision by the Comrnl,.slun pruuably
next n nor. Commissioners Cram and
Maltble were voted down upon this
Another extension of guod fellowship
to tha lme; inirough by the trio was
upon ths quvatluii of allowing tlie com
pany run fewer cars In the nun-rmh
hours and a corresponding leer num
ber of e.ils for the luisseiiKers. Mi.
Kuslls moved that the Commission's
former order b modified so that this
could L done. He had th., votlnu
strength ol WUIfeM and Williams be-
Mnd him, and ngaln Cram and Malthlo
ware voted down.
Commissioner Kustls voted against a
live-cent far to Conay IslandwaltliniiRh
hs lives In the Itronx. It Is understood
that i Mr. WtUlams-formerly employed
in the legal department of the B. R. T.
takes (he game position with respect to
the five-cent fare.
THE CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
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For Their Efforts to Help Keep the City Cleani
(Specially Photographed by a Staff Photographer of The Evening WorKl.) X
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from the stories above their dirt aad
etuff. If you will look about and re
tort thoee things to me. or the Police
Commissioner, why, you would be doing
a (treat service.
"The part of the city that you coma
from I know Is not very clean soma
paita of It, I mean, becauae I go
iiiiiiuxn mere quite in-iuently. We have
part here In Munhattsn that are not
very clean. I expect to go through
particular part In a few dais.
Something big or sutnnth'Dg little) la
iimlng up In this city avkry minute
and the Mayor cannot l everywhere
nt tlie same time, lie hue got to do
Z b;lri'e Don',' JST Tup"" SS
"Go right on, Mra.mor and extend
your OrStnlaatlaa all over the olty.
And now and then I will bs glad to
receive a delegation of yo'ir workers.
1 think 1 will wear your badge myself
mien j so BWI io inspect me streets
thu next time'
AND HASN'T GOT A CENT.
Harry Wheeler Powell, a Teacher
Living at the Apthorpe, Files
Petition in Bankruptcy.
Harry W heeler Powell, who resides In
Ihe Ap honic Appartmenta at Seventy
clxhth itrset und Uroadway. one of the
largest ul most exrlualve In the city,
(lied a petition In th Federal District
Court to-day asking to Iw declared a
fotUStSry bankrupt He guve his lia-
' '"lv " ttll.oun with asset. Of thla
uniuunt J4l.: at Is In sscutad mort
tagos and I1U.SUU.3& for Judgemenla on
mortage euured agalnal him. outside
of tSOu worth of clothing, the petitioner
snye he has no property. Me eaya he is
The law firm of Ooldamlth, Cohen,
Hole ft Wills, of No. 4b Wall street are
attorneys for the bankrupt, but this
morning rates to xlve any explana
tion uf Mr Powell's heavy real estate
The haatlatl creditors are Theodore
Kllean of No. 421 Woat One-htmired and
Forty-fourth alreet, William Kllean of
No. Hi) Foil Ta i nt v -third street, Jacob
D. Ilutler of the not 'mm Hotel, Litch
field Springs, the German! I.lfe Insur
ance Company, the German Hank, Emll
Bntidy, Lorenzo and Ida Twllllger, Al
fred Hoote and William M. Seymour.
i ciiAHLKSTttN. S C, Jan. :9 The
entries for to-murrow are ua follows
I ToTi i II - 7 ltu '"'m - Coaur
' Aw., 1(7; I'oMy Worth. Ifil; Prlar Jtn
C I nUf SACI I'urn. Wtl; this vsar-elri Ul
H llBPRJ m id"": furt?ot .- Wlalrrsri I),
,1 HSj. h.m Tknss, luS; (xlffTuu. low- B H
Vn. . :. ..n"-'sr. lie): Ihutiw. 11, ttwi
I saw. jsi rioss riu. nw; h ,., wuso. us
. HMll Ml -n,u SUM
. 31 TlllltK Bti'.K -l'iua aon: a shw sj
. ..i.i.i.l, sehlni: si. furluisjs --i.atitrals S4
i Wsodei. lot); Il tun. li)f. spathends !MI -i
- mi., k f. un- Mr m.u. in ..... ... EXi
llls.s (Uilef. IUI. Mir Ul.lsr 1UU HiiImsi, ua-
rMI'IITH ltl: -Piina lie three, Mr aids
i.ii.i n iii, . it ..... ,
rir.ii r. , iiiw aww umi lesr-.isis snn
IHSMIS I ' i to snd a hslf furlona..- Msr-
in, lo!l Waoa, HO; Tint ikruk, 111; linni-
s. ill, Sates, no. t- , ... . in : -i
Umnil, III: Un- 110; tht'Orii. Ill, II u
SIXTH It 40U -PUM fnur 'ssr nM slid
spfVsrd; sslllug: snd s lug furt.earv - 1 .1 -irr,
Its); !! IU7. Iwlils S)l.ll. HU: Slll.l'.
til; 'Mun Am.. IdQi Pa I.. In7 Masrtsnlll,
I'll I atari, HI. "Hal tn II. HHI; ...s ,.e
4,v"i'-' .:. . sa. et ins vomit, itsu fast.
. "M gga-rT' aaRanaRanaRr
McMurray finds, Is unsatisfactory, nnt
becauae of Individual fault, but be
cauae of tha fault of their auperlors.
"In the first place," aays the Profes
sor, "teachers srs hampered by lack of
authority either to punish unusually
troubleoome children adequately or to
have them punlelied. In the aecond
place, tliey do not feel free. They are
given no authoritative voice In helping
to select the curriculum that they must
present ur In dividing the time among
several studies, or In choosing tha
taxthouk that thay must use, or often
even In determining the methods they
are to follow.
"In the third place, there Is lament
I r , "V
j P"-mjln authority over them,
th PrlaaipaHTrsgpeclal supervisors
I "Our findings further convince us tht
I the learners, as a rule, are console-
,lous .nd nnersetlc: also. that. In ra-
apect to thslr profession,
statu- and depressed.
"The kmdergarte.i and primary parts
cf the systsm fall to harmonise. In
deed they are so unlike In controlling
purposes, curriculum, methods u? p e
sentlng the same attitude of the teach
ers toward pupils, and even In the ap
pearance of the rooms, that the primary'
sclioo! not only albnndona Important
lines of Influence begun In the kinder
garten, but tends to nullify them. Such
s dualism In the theory end practice of
educating children within a single sys
tem Is most wasteful
"The authority of the class room
teacher should be more definitely fixed.
If obedience Is to be one of her (hlsi
principal virtues, then everyone con
cerned should understand that fact On
the other hand, If a good degree of
freedom on her (his) part Is recognised
to be necessary, as a condition of de
veloping eelf-expresslon and self-reliance
among pupils, and of securing ths
teacher's own growth, then a well-developed
plan by which freedom Is guar
anteed should be put Into print. Such
a plan might do much to allay present
discontent among th teachers At any
rata, the task rests upon the higher
a. hool authorities to discover the rea
son and the remedy, for the preaent dis
satisfaction among the teachers. There
U no doubt about Its ealatence."
How to Stop a Cough
iistlHg till) ttotksr Skosld Km
Every mother should watch over the
health of her family as jealously as
she guards her family morals. At ths
first symptom of a cough or cold,
shako together in a largs bottle a couple
of ounces of glycerine, halt aa nunc
of Virgin Oil of Pine and about half a
pint ol pur whlskay.
Giva the patient a teat poo niul of
this simple and harmless remedy every
four hours. The first dose almost in
variably brings Instant relief, and the
I cola is generally rxpeiiea irom ine
system inside ol twenty-tour hours.
A supply ol this medicine snouia al
ways be kept in the medicine cabinet
': to prsvent th development of serious
.' a . I .... . L I .1 I i.i I ..
infections of the tbrosi snd broachlals
You probably have the glycerine and
whiskey in the house already, and you
tun get the Virgiu Oil of Pine at any
drug store. To insure freshness and
purity insist on having the half-ounce
vials wliiclt come in sealed wooden
i a i toiis beuriug the label of
The lstsggi CsMmical Co., Clnofanati
y SPANKING NEEDED
! IN CITY SCHOOLS,
! PROFESSOR SAYS
(Continued from First Page.)
fc t, ,
nagW ' - .-Rafl snanaananana
SHERIFF ON STAND,
Inspector Faurot Admits Hyde,
Cummins and Reichmann
Aren't in Gallery
Sheriff Julius Harhurger waa called
to the witness stand before the Police
nvestlgatlng Committee of the Board of
Aldermen to-day. The Sheriff was
called after Inspeotor Faurot had pasted
the buck up to htm as being to blame
In any case where the department had
failed to get tha photographs and Ber
tlllon measurements nf prominent per
sons recently convicted.
Inspector Faurot, former head nf the
Police Identification Bureau, and now
chief of detectives, blamed the Mher.ff
for failure to photograiph Dleut. Becker,
Rankers Rrlchman and Oummlns, form
er C-hamberlaln Hyde and other persons
recently convicted, as 'has been reported
to the Poller Investigation Comnvfttes
of the oBard of 'AMermen. Inspects
Kaurot said prisoners were brought to
Police Headquarter to be photographed
only hy the courtesy of the Sheriff.
"They oome up In van loads." .he sai l,
The following testimonial
clearly shows the wonderful
efficacy of Hood's Sarsaparilla :
"When my daughter, now grown up,
was only three mouths old she had a
swelling in her neck which the doctors
pronounced scrofula. She was failing in
health. 1 read of a cure by Hood's Sar
saparilla. and thought that if this medi
cine would cure on it would cure an
other, and a ve it a trial. When our little
girl had taken two bottles the wss en
tirely cured." Mrs. C. E. Stewart.
Get Hood's to-day in usual liquid
form or tablets called Sana tabs.
Special Itr WedaesR-ay, 29th
1 it! IT AND NIT Bl TTKRt'l PH The
But i aafl
crutre. insalfl uuuall. sn-
ll. I,, the i.ddltl n f frull. and
auiai satfn finish flavored eeveriassi
nri ii ten -w
HOI.ANHKn t'HKWINO KISSRS--rrast
Mew Orleaae Molssaea palled to neaoer
essslsisaer. skstr flaveeed aad made
ASKED WHY ROGUES
PENNY A POIND PROFIT PLIS PARCEL POST
Aa el Ik alieve specials will be dellveeed bw rareel Poet wlihln M miles of
Row York br addlas- the fellawu arouaau i eetsr ssessge ua t aadr sad eea-
s'lbT'lsex ,N 4-lb. box .If T-lb. boa Jh
a-lb. boa II B-lb. Cos U -" oe '' IS
liatee eatside rto-nille limit a aonlWalioa. ' If slrstred. parka a
for liar addltieaai. Postal Ni.te or C'urraarr must aceetnaaar erd
rark Raw. (ortlandt aad ISSth street stares even every evealag untu it o'clock.
All ear stares open Saturday evealas a til II e'eleek.
M BARCLAY STREET
Oat. West Broadway
2 CORTLARDT ST.
Gar. Chotxk StowR)
Park Kow & Nassau St..
At City Hall Pirk
The specifies weight ta aaeh
'and I can t sty whether we miss any
nt them or n7)t. Sometimes there ur
fifty there 11 a day."
Io rou set the pictures of men con
victed and released on suspended sen
tences?" asked Chief Counsel wicaner.
"No, sir they ar no longer In the cus
tody of tha Sheriff."
"Would you Ilka to have these pic
ture?" BECKER'S PICTURE IS IN POLICE
CHIEF CLERK'S OFFICE.
"Tae. for tha good of the community."
'ftaa the lpartmeiit a plotur of
forxr I, lent. Backer?"
"Tea, sir, In the chief clerk's office."
The witness sskl ths pictures In fha
chief clerk'e office ware of all the mem
bers of the Department. Mr. Buckner
aaked If the Rogues' Gallery rule hadn't
been repealed by Commissioner Waldo,
hut the witness ssld he didn't know.
Mr. Buckner wsnted to know If the
Department nad pictures of Daniel
i vitality. Montgomery, recently convict
ed of bar wrecking. Kugene Clement!,
convicted of manslaughter In tha second
degree, and several other recently con
victed man. Ha couldn't recall and was
aaked to telephone and find out If any
Of these was there. ,
Mr. Huclener first sskad th wltneea
atimit a re-ett conference by him. Com
missioner Waldo and Deputy Commis
sioner Iiougherty at Headquarters while
Harold 8. Darning, associate counsel lor
the Our ran committee, wa waiting to
see the Commissioner.
"DtdaTt Mr. Darning wait an hour for
an audience with the Commlealoner,
only to have It denied to him when you
refused to answer a question he ashed
you?" ssketl Mr. Huekn
Tti witness didn't' know anything of
this, ha said.
"Tour failure to answer questions
Mr. Doming has asked you are ra
epunathle for yuur bslng he" on sub
poena." explained the examiner
When he was on the stand last wee.
Inspector Kau rot was aaked the num
ber nf pictures in the Rogue (lallery
destroyed by order of Commissioner
Waldo last January. He gave It aa
Aside from that, since Commissioner
Waldo took ofOne, he said, only :.
picture had Immii destroyel at the re
quest of the psople themselves.
Haatpatk araed aa Proaeeotur.
TR8NTQN, Jsn . The nomlnstlon
of Hubert S. Hudspeth. Democratic Na
tional Committeeman from New Jersey,
to be Prsecutor of Hud- n. County, the
most populous In the ftste. was sent to
the Senate by the Governor. Mr. Hud
speth Is a close friend of the (lofflrnor
and succeeds Pierre P. Clarven. Republi
can. HER MB 51 TLB HIT.
(Pro) tlie Houston Post.)
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My ambition and energy seemed to be
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1. 1 til IS. un Jan. 27. Wliilani H.
Funeral from his lele roeldsnre. 4 2 t'nlon
v., llarlnrs Hirbor. 8. I.. thnc ta tl,
Clsmsni's Uhurch. Canlral a... Mannris
Harbor. Thuradar. Jan. SO. at 1 u a. m..
whr a hlsb mas of requlam will b of
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MMil IMESS..-JANK R. M'HI INKSB. ba
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May MuUulneas Inaa Otlsus). at bsr
raaldanca. 1A2 4 Hoe sv.
runerai notic nrftr.
A seven-t Wtrld
Want Works a I tie
weeK. Older one
to-ihyanft prop r.
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