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THE WASHINGTON HERALD: SATUBDAX JANUARY 4. 0913
A" )) SATURDAY BARGAINSf Jk
T I JMadame M. Isabelle lTJ$ -J25Jl!5 2lH Hllll$,"e lw wl f
f I . 1102 14tk Street N.W. WteT iWuOxjfesOHI IHP Both .tore, open every evening. H j BllvfjU I
,' ' j We give Herald fS,000 contest Tot.,, i -MyZ ) JWW yrj!l!!Z!E!lM-ljS L-------L
Don't fail to call and be fitted
in one of
Famous front-lace Corsrta. The only
front-laced corsets that gives per
fect satisfaction, as It has the latest
patented front pleco attachment.
MATTIE E. POYNTZ,
706 Eleventh Street N. W.
Apt. 64. the Carolina
Tt e, (rive Herald (35,000 contest to tea.
Complete Course in
Cutting Taught by the
Baughman System . .
Designing, dressmaking and ladles'
Patterns cut to fit any figure. 50c
723 11th St. N.W.
A e clve Herald 925,000 content Tote.
Made to special order, redyed, re
paired, and remodeled to the latest
styles at the lowest charges Artis
tic workmanship and absolute re
733 13th St. N.W.
'We fflre Herald $25,000 con (rat Tote-u
THE STOVE AND
Expert stove and furnace repairing
at moderate prices.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
708 G Street S. E.
We Glre V otcs in The HnmU CS.0CO Coctat.
Democratic Women Plan Teas,
Dances, and Receptions for
Week of March 4.
WORKING ON DETAILS
National Wilson and Marshall League
Working to Make Affairs
Many plans to make the part of Dem
ocratic women as brilliant a one In tho
eomlng inaugural exercises as It was con
spicuous In helping throughout the pre
election campaign, are being discussed
ind formulated at a. series of afternoon
teas held in the homes of prominent
Washington uomen associated with the
District section of the Southern Wilson
nnd Marshall League, the latest of which
was held jesterday at the home of Mrs.
(Seorge A. Armes IW9 Woodlej Road.
Several hundred fair Democrats par
ticipated in council at the home of Mrs
Vrmes, president of the District division
of tho Southern League of the Women's
Vatlonal AMlson and Marshall Organiza
tion, jesterda) The efforts of Mrs.
Armes' organization to make the social
features of the Inauguration notable are
The National Hotel
Pennsylvania Avenue Sixth Street.
Including Sunday, we serve a specially
TLi J'U X - I":
95c Crepe 7Cp
Indoor garments of dainty design
and excellent quality materials.
$5.50 China CO 7K
Silk Kimono vd""
25 to 50 Off
A reduction sale of
Interest to those
seeking gifts of
French, German, atid
Japanese lace work
and table covers.
H. A. ARBEELY
1215 G Street N. W.
'We cite Herald S,000 contest votes.
25 Per Cent Off
Tou can save one-fourth If jou
bring this ad. A small deposit re
sen es any article.
813 G St. Northwest.
We give Herald $5,000 contest votes.
Columbia Club (J AA
Saturday Bargain, Quart
Columbia Club Is a rich, smooth
whlske), an Ideal tonic and bever
age Full line wines, liquors, and cigars.
WM. J. DONOVAN,
1528 7lh SI. N.W. N. 2499.
V e ai ve Herald 85.000 contest votes.
finding widespread popularity among
well-known Washington women About
ICO new members were received into the
organization ) esterday.
A medley of gajety. a round of lunch
cons, teas, and dinners, a time of feast
ing and entertainment for tho prominent
men and women who will attend the
President-elect's Induction Into office are
being planned and prepared for by these
Plan Piny and Dance.
The organization Is working In co
operation with the inaugural committee.
It already has more than MO members,
and Its roll is swelling dally. Many
the most prominent members of the
Women's National Democratic League
arc also assisting In the work, and the
District branch, under Mrs. Armes' lead
ership, will, moreover, rccelie much help
In promoting Its plans from the national
organization and the Southern Wilson
and Marshall League, of which Mrs.
Trank L. Woodruff Is the able president.
Mrs. Henry D Clayton, wife of Repre
sentative Clayton of Alabama, addressed
the gathering yesterday, and encouraged
them In their undertaking. Among other
things. It Is planned to give a dance and
a pla, entitled "His Secretary," at the
Hotel Willard In the latter part of Feb
ruary Mrs. Burleson, wife of Repre
sentative Burleson of Texas, is the au
thor. A special drill at Fort Mjer has
been arranged for, and will be held some
time during inauguration week. The
crowning eent planned by the organi
zation Is to be a reception given to
President and Mrs. Wilson at the New
Willard on March 6.
Both the dance and banquet will be In
charge of a committee of fifty young
women, drawn from families In military,
naval, and governmental circles, who
will be under the dlrecUon of Mrs. Mor
ris Sheppard. wife of Senator-elect Shep
pard from Texas, and Mrs. L. G Hoff
man, wife of Lieut. Hoffman, and secre
tary to the Admiral of the Nav).
The great amount of work the women
have set themselves to realize their elab
orate Inauguration programme w;lll not
lame a iiuic umner
With a menu that's filled with every deli
eacv of trip season.
$1.00 Per Plate
From 6 to 8.
Besides the attractive dinner you will
enjoy the New Winter Garden and its
handsome appointments, and the splendid
music both orchestral and vocal that is
provided for your entertainment.
- J. D. KYNASTON, Manager.
J1S.50 la a price so low that the shopper
was surprised to find that it could com
mand such splendid tailored garments
for men as those shown by Mr. M. P.
Fltrsimmons, S191-J Ninth Street North
west. Both suits and overcoats are be
ing made for 118.60 and Mr. Fltzslmmons
says he is kept busy turning them out.
He has Just secured an Interest In the
Dldlake Tailoring Company at the ad
dress mentioned and makes his head
The season of candles brings Into spe
cial prominence J. C Buckingham's Sat
urday sale of three pounds of chocolates
and bonbons at J1.00. These confections
are up to the usual Buckingham stand
ard and have no superiors In quality.
A visit to the Jewelry shop of M. Don
zls, S13 O Street Northwest, attracts at
tention to his offer of per cent off
on all goods In the store. Persons who
bring this advertisement will profit
.HttHMimrttHtlKIHli 1 1 Itl 1 HI I I 1 11 1 1 t liHHHHUIIHH II ! S I IMlHj-
I People Who Are Particular About the
I Quality of Their Painting and
I Paperhanging Rely on I
T . . . T
Forty-seven years of experience means that my work combines knowledge and practice in the
f Consult me when jou're ready for jour next painting, interior decorating, or paperhanging.
111 save you time, money, and trouble.
j JOHN R. MAHONEY, 324AFrn4ania
j We give Herald SS5.000 contest votes.
The Man Who Knows.
FAFERHMGER AMI PAINTER
Tou get a square deal when jou
place our order here, rorty-seven
years' of good work. Til save you
324 PA. AVE. S. E.
Phone Lincoln SSJ.
e tire Herald 25,000 contest votes.
alone fall to the share of the District
organization, but will be the result of
the combined efforts of the two national
woman's organizations, whose members
oie working hand in hand for the suc
cess of their plans. Many out-of-town
women will assist as hostesses on the
Officers of the District branch are Mrs
rrank Woodruff, of Jackson, Tenn.,
president. Southern League. Mrs. George
A. Armes. president District branch.
Mrs John Poole, treasurer: Mrs. M
Peerley Buchanan, secretary. The ad-
Isory committee Includes Mrs. Perry Bel
mont. Mrs. H. D Clayton, Mrs. Philander
P. Claxton. Mrs. Hubert S Dent. Jr.
Mrs. Charles A. Douglas, Mrs. Duncan
U. Fletcher. Mrs. William Randolph
Hearst, Mrs Richmond Pearson Hob
son. Mrs. Grace Porter Hopkins, Mrs.
Dudley M. Hughes, Mrs William A.
Jones. Mrs Luke Lea. Mrs. Norman
E. Mack. Mrs. John F. Shafrotb, Mrs.
Morris Sheppard. Mrs. Louis P. Shoe
maker. Mrs. William Robert Smith. Mrs.
Theodore Tiller, Mrs. Benjamin R. Till
man. Mrs. Oscar Underwood, and Mrs
Frank L. Woodruff.
Mrs Armes was assisted yesterday
by Mrs. E. Newman, Mrs. Louis P.
Shoemaker, Mrs. Etna Patterson Grif
fin, Mrs. Elizabeth Young Trego. Miss
Hugh. Miss NeU Fletcher. Mrs. Beyer
ley Buchanan. Mrs. E. J. Lockwood.
Mrs. Dudley Hugh, wife of the Repre
sentative from Georgia; Mrs L. O. Hoff
man. Mrs. Henry D. .Clayton, Mrs.
Steen B. Ayers. wife of the Represen
tathe from New York; Mrs. Grace Por
ter Honklns. and Mrs. M. G Bonham.
Mrs. Steven B. Ayers, wife of the
New York Representative, Is the choice
of all the members of the District or
ganizaUon, who are also members In the
Women's NaUonal DemocraUc League,
for the presidency of this organlxaUon.
to succeed Mrs. Crosby, who, they say,
has shown but little Interest in the or
ganization outside of New zor. jurs.
Ayres Is one of the hardest working
members of both organizations.
The next council and tea .will be held
at the home of Mrs. Louis P. Shoe
maken at 6S25 Georgia Avenue, next
Dolce of Abercorn Dies.
London. Jan. S. The Duke 'of Aber
corn. a member of the privy council and
of the board of the British South Africa
Company, died to-day. In 1M9 the duke
sent a special Invitation to CoL Roose
velt to go to Rhodesia to hunt, but as
the colonel had already made his South
African plans, he bad to refuse the invi
Seven Killed In Explosion.
CaD Town. South Africa. Jan. X Seven
men were kiUed and five others seriously
injured to-day by an explosion In. the
Dcbers dynamite works in tho town of
Somemt West,' twenty-Are "miles west of -
BY THE HERALD SHOPPER
The Joseph Hall Chase Piano Company,
1SCT7 O Street Northwest, announces a
Saturady bargain of the most unusual
character. Mr. Chase quotes the unusual
low price of J1S0 cash for a high-grade
upright piano. The offer Is for one day
only and cannot fall to arouse strongest
The Shopper yesterday again lslted
the new quarters of 8. Applebee,
ladles' and gentlemen's tailor, 1774
Columbia Road Mr. Applebee
until recently located at WO I Street
Northw est. As a special Inducement
Mr. Applebee Is tailoring ladles' Hi
serge suits for J35 and gentlemen's $33
suits and overcoats for .0.
A very Interesting spot Is the Baugh
man College of Designing and Dress
making, located at 73 Eleventh Street
Northwest. Those what would become
proficient In these professions will wel
come the bargain announcement on this
page. A complete course In cutting gar
ments Is offered for tli
G. A. OLIVER
1817 14th St. N. W.
Millinery of exclusive style hats
that represent the latest Ideas of
Europe and America In ladles' head
wear. We give Herald X35.000 contest votes.
G0ETHALS TO KEEP
President Taft Decides Not to Name
Him Civil Governor of
Rather than make tho government of
the Canal Zone a football of politics and
humiliate his friend, Coi. George W.
Goethals. President Taft yesterday defi
nitely announced that he will mako no
attempt to Institute a civil government
at the Panama Canal.
This announcement, in direct line with
the prediction made Thursday in The
Washington Herald, was mado by the
TO YOU WHO ARE SICK
Irft m Mr
rliht t tli.
stut that no
money li asked
or pted. 1
make uus n-
i mtrkabla offer
I ot m, ovn free
will and accord.
1 1 am financially
abl. to do ao.
It li W war
the war I bate
cfaown foe to-
utva, 1 haTS
gthwsM out BJ
Bhkh I can
I best tend help
Vinto till. TCTld
flot ao mocfa aici
'Km- It la for
(iperlallat Clearwater, ,ui to aecrjt or
hdo jinjfccn an renne, aa -jwi
Generous Offer. liif
It is for 100 to cuoose-whetier yonr trouble,
with all ita rain, dancer, fear, and nncartalnt,.
shall contlnue-o- whether It ahall bo taken
STar. But hi the choodus. remember tht
health waa God's moat rredoua lift to too. and
It 1 at much rour duty to Resin and keep It aa
to guard and rented your life
What la m, offer yon ask. Uaten. -In mr
ttilrty ytara' experience In medicine I hara
learned many atrante eblnr. For one thing I'ro
learned that Heart Disease kllla more taoplo
ertrr day than anrthtar else on earth. !' alo
learned that Heart Disease hardly erer eiUU
alone-by itaeU-that other orjana-Stamach.
Bowcla. Kidneys. Llrer. Luxe. c. are atom
always aScted. ton. VVJ,yf Think for ininnta
and yoall anawer tho aneatlon yourself. It s
became tho Heart Is the MTU. orjan of tho
body-becarae it toreros all toe other orzana,
supDlie BV EltY orjan-erery Dene, musda. and
tissue with Mood and LIFE and power to dj
Stop tho Heart', beat and flea in suites w
f TT JjfW
;; mKk&sgr jM
i ! ytfMJKs$igl WSsJ
A well appointed corset shop Is always
attractive to women shoppers, and The
Herald Shopper Is no exception. Mattla
E. Foyntz, expert corsetiere. In tho Car
olina. 706 Eleventh Street Northwest. Is
specializing on the famous lime. Pfella
front-Uce corset, and her prices are sur
prisingly little wi
The arrival of fur time Invests with
pointed significance the special prices
for remodeling furs quoted by Mrae. h
V. Kurtz, whose shop, at 1715 Seventh
Street Northwest, Is well and favorably
known. Mme. KurU Is remodeling furs
from CUI up.
A Islt to the Hat Shop of Christine,
Importer. MS-W7 Eleventh Street North
west, rewarded the Shopper with a view
of some of the handsomest millinery
shown this season The $10 trimmed
hats, offered at 13.50. and the CO hats,
at J10, are two Saturday bargains of
TIIK MN OR HI)V "WHO OKT
You know stlc We have It. Do
you want stjlc See us to-day. It
will pay us both.
Gleaning, Pressing, Remodeling
At Reasonable Prices.
1774 Columbia Road.
Phone Columbia MSI
Wc give Herald S35.000 contest votes.
President, following a conference with
Senator Brandegee of Connecticut, chair
man of the Senate Committee on Inter
Senator Brandegee Informed the Presi
dent that the Democrats In the Senate
would oppose the confirmation of CoL
Goethals. and that they had strength
enough to hold up the nomination unUl
after March 4.
The definite decision that no action
will be taken by President Taft In con
nection with formally establishing a civil
government In the Canal Zone brings up
the question of what will happen to
MaJ W. V. Judon. Engineer Commis
sioner of the District. MaJ Judson was
to have gone to Panama as vice gov
ernor under Col Goethals or to some
other poslUon of Importance v.nder Goe
thals. The tentative plan had been to transfer
MaJ Chester Harding, now an assistant
engineer on the canal, and who previ
stanlly. Tou know that And let tho Heart art
weak or wrona" in any way and tho whole ajatean
the whole body from Brain to tiniest blood
Teasel, snffrra. too.
Ilut you say "1 hateul any Heart trouble.
My Heart la all right ' Ah! Hut lota of peoplo
think and say the self-same thing- Why. only
last week I hsd a pitiful, tear stained letter
from a little 11 year-old cut out In Minnesota
teLtns; me bow her mother fell dead the week
before yo. fell dead before her with the llttla
baby In her arms. o the woman thought
1IEK Heart waa all rlsht. She would not be
liero me eten refused to take tho treatment or
herd the warning and the crad adtfca that I
had aent ber free.
Six reopla la erery ten hare Heart trouble,
though many ot tlicra do not know It. 30000
Tktima die of it In Imertra erery year And so
I aay unless you are sure, unless you KNOW,
foe gocdnea sake don't take any mora chances
Just stop a bit right hero and find out for a cer
tainty where you stand.
HEART DISEASE SYMPTOMS
Are Terr plain when ence they are known and
understood. The great trouble la that most to
ple don't knov what the symptoms are don t
know what they mean when they hare them.
Another thing a great many people are misled
and decdred Into thinking their trouble la some
thing else. Thousands perhaps you among them
are to-day doctoring tha Stomach. Kklneys,
TJrer Ncrret. or Sexual Organa for some 8U1
ltlSED trouble, when a3 the time It's the
Heart cauitng It alL In other words, you, may
ha treating the symptoms and not the disease
Following are tha most common 'signs the
really sure symraomn ot Heart Disease. 4Jo orer
these CAKEFULLY. on. by one. and sea if any
are your symptoms. That vrill tell the
yon tire casllyt
Do yon hate hemlneheaf
Does yonr Heart flulterf
Dors It cvrr skip beats t
Does) yonr Heart palpltatef
Do yon nfart in yonr adrepf
Arc xon short of brenthf
"Do yon eel Teak" and run dovnaf
A. Undersold, M.G.
Applications strictly scientific and
Booms 413-414 Xenois Bldg.
11th and 0 Sts. K. W.
We give Herald S5.000 contest vote.
M. P. FITZSIMMONS
SUITS AND jRlfinjn
That fit. wear, and satisfy.
All garments are made In this city.
Didlake Tailoring Co.,
919 9th Street N.W.
nectrr Herald f3.O00 contest votes.
Removal Sale prices In fine qual
ity imported hair goods.
Switches. IS per cent off.
Pompadours, 15 per cent off.
H. M. LUTHER
204-212 Keneis Building
t r give Herald g5,000 contest votes.
Get Acquainted With
When you get cheap photos you
get Just what you pay for. My
prices for high-grade work will
pleaac you Special price from De
cember I to December 7. regular J10
Scherer Art Folder for SS
Studio open 9 a. m to S p. m.
SCHERER PHOTO STIIIO,
1207 F St. M. W.
Ac glr Herald 3,000 contest votes.
ously has, as an Assistant Engineer
Commissioner of tho District, to take the
place at present held b MaJ. Judson.
This still may be done. MaJ Judson go
ing to the Isthmus In an engineer ca
pacity , bat It Is understood that CoL
Goethals Is highly pleased with the work
of MaJ Harding on the canal, and he
mav bs allowed to remain there. Final
action is up to President Taft.
G. GrotTtnor Dawe, in Lecture Before
Y.M.C.A, Give Way to
Education Is the thing that Is going
to bring about a big reduction In the
hobo population, according to G. Gros
venor Dawe, editorial chief of the Cham
ber of Commerce of the United States.
Mr. Dawe last night delivered the first
of a series of addresses on "The Ele
ments of the Nation's Business" before
the T. M. C. A.
Mr. Dawo told his audience that his
philosophy can find no place In the gen
eral scheme -for knights of the road,
or Idlers of the city streets. -Both are
parasites, he said, who prey on the in
dustrious. Next to water and work hoboes are
commonly reputed to fear mental effort
"It seems to me." said Mr. Dawe,
Do yon bare nnmb or diary spells?
Do you have weak, sinking spells f
Arc yon nerrona and irritable f
Do your fret, legs, or ankle swellf
Does yonr stomach have an "all
gone" feellnsrt ...
Do yon have pain In Tlcart, aide,
or nndrr ahonldrr bladef
Of course, no case baa all aoma of the eery
worst only a few. Therelore. If yon and that
eren one or two of them are YOCB symptoms.
you should act at once, for yon may be In grata
danger. Tou know Heart Disease don't wait.
It comes like a thief, detelops quickly and striae
without waning I
AND HERE IS MY OFFER
If you hste OVB of these symptoms; If yea
hara reason to think that you hara area tha
slightest Heart trouble or weakness, write ma
now 1 will help you.
Or. agam. if you hare known for aoma time
that you hare Heart trouble eren though your
rssa Is chronic; deep-seated, and haa resisted
treatment; eren though you may hate been told
that jou cannot be cured I urge you all tha
more strongly to write at once-It Is l Jnst such
stubborn ' incurable" caws we base made tha
most remarkab ccrea.
The rery day I bear from yoa I win send you.
by mall postpak' and securely sealed
FILL FREE TREATMERT
for your case, a letter ot sdil-j explaining your
rasa fully. Also a Medical Bock that In plain
words and with cear ilcturea telle all about
your trouble, explains about your Ueart-what tt
doet-how it works, and the relation to all tha
rest of your body. The book la Tamable; do not
low alght ot this part cf my nffermany people
among them serrral physkisna. say it a the
twt book of Ita kind eier written.
Remember it is all FrtEE-The Book-The
Letter of Adrlce-The Full Course of Treatment.
There are no "strings" to this offer. .Nrtthtr Is
It a C. O D. scheme or anything cf the kind.
I ask for no mooey-1 eeod yen no medicine.
expeetlra Jon to rr later. Yoa bind yourself
In t way. It is nothing bnt-a, genuine, rener-
on. honest, free oSrr ia tha Hex. I am maunc
(lis amine offer in soma of tha fceaf la pets In
3-lb. Box Chocolates
I. C. Buckingham,
1217 Pen n. Ave.
We glTe Herald 15.000 contest Tote.
Such a low price should cause
many women to have their old fura
remodeled Instead of buying new
Also expert Ladles' Tailor and
Millinery on the premiss.
MADAME E. V. KURTZ
1715 Seventh Street N. W.
W e give Herald 95400 contest Tote.
The Hair-dressing Shop
On the HilL
MAY H. ROWE
3014 14th Street N. W.
More and more particular women
are learning of the excellent hair
dressing and manicuring service I
o give Herald $25,000 contest votes.
$11 Ready M jCA
Trimmed Hats.. dv.OU
j:0 Ready-trimmed Hats. J10 00.
Two wonderful Saturday bargains
In beautiful winter millinery. All
thats stylish In fancy feathers and
trimmings at special reduced prices.
THE HAT SHOP
809-807 11th St. N. W.
e give Herald SSSWO contest vote.
"that when educaUon In the nation's
life becomes more efficient, we shall bo
ablo to turn out the more efficient indi
vidual who will not" become a hobo. I
also think that a better and more Just
sjstem of taxation which wUl prevent
the accumulation and passing on of
tremendous fortunes, ultimately will do
away with the idler."
Assistant Secretary W. M. Hays, of
the Department of Agriculture, presided
at the meeting. The assembly hall was
crowded, many government offlclala be
ing In the audience.
Italy Orders United Staten Coal.
Cardiff. Wales. Jan. 1 Italian rail
roads, which heretofore have purchased
all their coal from Wales, have Just
placed an order for 200.MO tons in
America. A similar order was placed In
America a few days ago by the Egyptian
rallwajs, which have also In the past re
ceived the bulk of their coal from the
Yorkshire mines. The high price of
coaL due to the strike. Is given aa the
reason for the defection of foreign or
ders. Slrmn.lilp Company Falls.
San Francisco. Jan. 3. The California
Atlantic Steamship Company, organized
two years ago to compete with the Pa
cific Mall Steamship Company, a sub
sidiary of the Southern Pacific in the
Panama trade, has failed for J300.0OV
A. S Chevbrough and Harry S. Bates,
backers of the company, to-day admitted
I Make the Fairest
That I Know.
America beside The Washington Herald, bs
esnse It seems to me to bo the best way to
cnucy get adrlca and telpthla certain effectlra
treatment tnto tha hands of erery sufferer
To the skeptical tha doubters the rmbeuerars
to Uks who think Heart trouble can't ba
cured to those who forget that edence la ad
Tsndnc 1 aay for your own good-yea. In simple
fairness to yourself: Dont glee up-dont fall to
get our adtlco and test our methoda and treat
ment. It haa reached-I don t mean Jnat tem
porarilr. but lastingly reached-thouaanda of
taso. many ot which had been bettered hopeless.
I am rartlcularly anxtoua to bear from those
who aren't Quite sun Just what their trouble la
from those woo are doctoring tha Stomal.
Llrer. KUney. Nerren, c, but get little or no
better In nine out of ten such eases the real
trouble Is with the Heart. Anyway, yoa will get
the truth here you will then know what to do.
The free course of treatment that wa eeod win
strengthen and regulate tha Heart. It will tone
up tha Stomach. Kidneys, and liter. It will
ghe strength and til all ty to tha Nerrrs and
Nerre Centers and build up tha whole system.
Kemember. we make a specialty of treating
Heart Diseases and the ether troubles that ao
often go with it. .... ,,
This Is our Ufa wcrk-and all our knowledge
and experience thus gained la your gladly and
freely Just for tha askmg .......,
And so I say agam. If you do need this help
you'd better send right now. for. of course, i
cannot coctinoo to make this offer Indefinitely.
FREE TREATMENT CIIPtR
1C19 Masonic Bldg., HsJIowell, Mr.
I hate read your offer In Tha Washh-gtnn
Herald. Please send In plain, sealed package.
by maU. the Full Free Treatment, tha Book
and Letter prcanbed. It is agreed and under
stood I am to pay you nothing for all this,
cither now or later. t
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