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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
FRENCH & ADAMS
I GEO. W. HICKOX COMPANY
' rni:itT.Ki:i:s axi i.uTNsrn
, I .art y Attendant
fifth uiul Central Thcne 560
rata oi.uim imi L-aotirr jkmkmiy hihii in mcw iuim
TOOK ir WiVt 4SJMM ET AND NEW
KNO IN OI WiTt HH. Ki l l BKPAIB THIN
"Area fr.l " Hi a. tora lite-.. Al JMWl Mar. N. M.
F. H. STRONG
Offlc St rone llloi'k, Sevooil
TItIiOiiim: ortl 75. Rl
SapL Fulrvlew mid Bant
the guests of Mr. and Airs. F. J. Kav
! anay. or .North High street.
Don't iniss wring the exhibit of
Monger UrmhTs fn., Phoenix, Arl-!
zona. Olive oil and olives. Product of
Arizona roll and Mmshino..
. v c. ;I'i'itVa '''i-tafy
r MONEY SAVED
I Oil Homc-ilo t "ill. lies! Ii.'iinl-sci ecru
toll Jnt (ili.it you want for ikiI.Ii
I qualify and quantity. Test weights and
illup 1'kb. $'.0(1 per
We gnnriinliv jon
r.02 South rirsk
)cooc)ooooooooooo iA.IS.fc. A. ILUiN-UI-
504 North First Street.
Open 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
THE MOST POPULAR
IN THE Í-ITY.
LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST
Lady Audley's Secret
The Messenqer's Mistake.
Peck's Bad Boy.
If) (hp rvi'rit that
-..v,. yur meti.tiiK
i.. f HT V I, TKI.I'.i
you Khmil'1 not
II A I'll . Biv-,.I,Ii.-h
t I .-J. Ii. j
liV II lellll
11 In N. il'i.
om.v oxr Movivr; Píe
nme i'i itrouM wt i: in
(íI.v.vim; AT M:;lil.
Silver I ( I I'
I ti- San .1
if in tin- city from 1 lions
i' a i hi t of several ilays.
1 1 1 i
Sil el .1-among
it Chi, ago,
n In the eily
Vano hii'e re-wli'-rc
n e.i ii 1 1 lodge of
Mr. an. I Mr. S T
t nrne.t I ruin I en ei ,
I Mill II delegate to till
I 111, I Fellows
Vernon I.. Sullivan, territorial irri
I nation engineer, arriveil yesieilav
I rom Sania I'e, to rrniiiin until niter
Have your cnrilH prlnled .y The
! Journal l'lililishini; conii.'iny. I'tiHiir
liai'.Herl fni.ililli, all styles, prompt ile
lr. Thomas A. MrCarthv, of the
'...i 1 i ! i i,f ioIoii'1 hut luitrv. Is
elly from Pantn Fe lo remain
Vellll ila s
I ' 1 -i-I mm. assistant cashier of
mcricati N'ational hank of Kl
r.i-o. i- a mcmlier ol the :l I'.nso
hunch of lio. i. tei
I 1 1 . , a ielc:ate f,
mil teiniorai'il a 1
arrive, I will
lacl.. of Silv,
l,' Shi lile 111,1
w in the nly
Lady Jane's Flight
Levitzski's Insurance Policy
AT TEN CENTS
ANYWHERE IN THE HOUSE
; In ri 1 1 . a
I he M . I
Vim l" Wil-
ran h.'.niis ,i i-,
the l'a-s t'lly
I.iii.I uoi-.f in
Mr .iiul Mrs
I . ill t 'lie t n n u o
r t 'its ,
r of New
prtseniini; . K.
:l I'aso. is nnioni;
I now maltim; a
lloví anil Jim
I. as Vc(!.i", are
Suite :t nnil I,
N. V. Armljo.
i t ,
U.,11. Holt, presiilcnt of the Water
''s'rV ití;pi)iiofli ví- th,.JleHlo val
! ley. aírlveiT iesttnlity .from Íjlk Cru
ces to iittenil ttm Irrigation eongrf.-fjn,
Murk 1!.. Thompson, rlifitvrict ittor
n yof liona Ana county, Is in the eity
from l.a Cnice.H to -attend: lhe cont
reí a inr,l to atteii. tQ, other tiltMlnesn.
Oeorxe II. llrowitp, ma nacer of tho
Itancti Supply store (it MhriI.'Í lona, yr-
rlvcil 1n i ho city yestertlay to attend
the Shriners' flnintrs inri also to visit
si:r Tin: 11.1,1 stkatfo mohn.
i(í itNAi. to voris ntii".Ms.
' I'l l' THK.M ON Ol'lt MAII.IXfi LIST,
i I1ITV :.TS WIMj DÍ) IT.
I AIIhh MarKuerlte ('oralis, the little
i dauKhter of .Mr and Mrs. David
iComhs, has returned after spending
! two month" with relatives in l.enven-
tJenernl I!. J. Viljocn, who rendered!
rlWtinKUlshed service in .South Africa
throughout the Koer war, Is In the
city from I .an Cruces as a delegate to
rresirtent Itrent, of the Fidelity ;
Trust company, of Kansas City, is n
guest at the Alvararto, and will he nn
Interesti'd upeotator at the Irrigation :
Mi and Mrs. Fa irwcalhcr, of Kris
no, are iimoiiK the delegates to the
Irrigation congress Mrs. Fniiweath-
it íh the first woman to he, a ipolnted I
a delegate to the cor"rr:s.
M. J Costcllo, of Seattle, Wash., as-j
' i'í.'.ta nt traffic manager of the (ireatj
! Northern railway, is amonii the prom
i Inent men arrlviiiK with the delega-
I'roin the great northwest.
Tim O'l.earv, undei sheriff of Pueb
lo county, is In the city from l'neblo,
Colo ,, to remain until after the fair.,
Mr. O'I.eary was formerly connected
with the Santa Fe secret service. j
Fx-( lovernor I.. Ilradford Prince, 1
accompanied by Mrs. Prince, arrived
yeiterday from Santa Fe. Mr. prince1
1m i'eliedilled to deliver an address he- :
fore the Irrigation coti;rci s.
I .mils (' Hill, of Phoenix, nupervlK-l
IliK ( iiinei r of. the rcclajnat Ion ser
vice, ia anions the prominent men of
this department of ibe (overnment in
the city to attend the coiiKfess.
Or." C. F. Uellwii;, of WahliiRton,
1). IT., an old frleiui of J 11. O'l'.iotly,
whom he has not .seen liu twenty
ynni'H, has arrived in the city to tnlce
examinations before the dental board.
'Mr. Max i!uae, Kciiiiral..immit;r3tioii
ah'.'nt of the Northern Pacific railway,
with headquarters In Chicago. Is oriel
of the flri'at Northern's staff of rep'-
n KBiitiitlvert at the Irrigation con- i
C. W. Aloorelioti'ie, who was ;m-nt
for the tilinta Fe railway here twenty'
years ao. Is In the city from nénver.
.Mr. Moorchotise is now connected I
with a Colorado road in an executive
Colonel Tom C.ahle, of Santa l'e.
eominaniler-ln-chlef of the New Mex
ico standing army of colonels, and the
best colonel of them all. Is showing
bis HinillUK face at frequent intervals
umoiiK the delegates
I.ovtTH of olive oil should be sure
and visit the exhibit of MmiKcr I'.roth
eis Co., in the Arizona section under
the ch.UKe of Secretary Cownill, who
will Rlndly furnish any Information
lion Hubert I'. Fivcin, land com
ml.tloner of New Meylcu, arrived
'rom Santa l'e last niKht and will re-
ol e ot t ne l :po-
Slate National Bank
,lli ptir,.' ,
V 1 piií
This Bank vnhics the
customers and takes
receives from its
them so. Our customers on the other hand appre
ciate the fact that the service extended to them is
coupled with security. Any business arrangement to
be permanent must be mutually satisfactory and
profitable. Therefore, in the selecting of
your bank, have permanency in view
and establish yourself for your
: Villi; lfil ' w..
m vil 'i'..'-'i;Ati,-:' a . ;' ;btt
being with a
soi ml bank
We Carry a Full Line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries j
E. F. SCHEELE .... 1024 North Fourth Street, j
Loudon's Jersey Farm
For PURE ICE CREAM
i niBin here uní II the
grated to ibis country afti r the close
of that event. He Is now located In
j the valley near Carlsbad, with a, num
ber of other .South African;-, who have
assisted materially in the developmi nt
I of that part of New Mexico.
I . .
I Captain Fred Fornoff, of the New
j Mexico mounted police, accompanied
i by UaiiKer.i Kenl, Lewis. Mver and
Territorial Oniric Warden C.riffin, ar
I rived In the city yesterday from work
i in tne field, and mounted police camp
i has been established on the Foraker
innch north of the city. It is under-'
stood this Is not for the protection of)
the United Slatea marshal, but men ly 1 5 EVENT Y
Hint tne captain anil hla men will he
sure of quarters during the exposition.
They will remain for ten days or two
EL PASO HERE WITH
rector of the Chamber of Commerce,
! Is in charge of the Kl I'as.i del, nation,
i lie did most of the rust ling of inem-
hers of the trip and to him is due n
: K'ood deal of credit for the lare ci'ouil
s In attendance. Felix Martinez, a Cor
, rncr New Mexico citizens, is iluor h mi
ni- for the l".l f'os.ians. J. A Smith,
who is postmaster at Kl Paso bet w, en
the times he runs the republican par
ty, the Kl Paso dairy and a few uihei
thinss, and an irrifcationNt in practice
I as well as theory, tor be has a (arm
i below Kl Taso that rivals even the
I (larden of Kden. accordins to his own
Hlory, is one ol the ins ones with
The others in the Kl Pan: party are
A. Courohesne, a capitalist and oxe n
sive property owner; Mayor Joseph IV
Sweeney, Couniy JihIk- -V. S. .1 Kylai ,
pri sident of the Chamber of Corn
City Collector l.onis K. Ib-hr. Iii iri. t
ludiíe .lames K. Harper. Kd. :.. -Move,
the ( h.un'i-r of "iuii
Xi'iT, n. Al. I'.i he and
lirectors in the Chamber
; Will I.-. Hace, assistant
Pas. i w .!(! i omji.-:n ;
litcheon. Kl V nn New s;
r, l'urii;t;ire dialer 1 1 n 1
r S. T. Turner, pt-.-si.
Valley Hank and
. II. rassetl. hanker
rnerce; 10. 1-;.
tí. .). I.arkin, i
John 11. .Met
T. II. Sjirim;
ex -a ldenr.a n ;
di nt Kin ( ranil
Trust company ; '
THE EL PASO CITY BUNCh
and extensive propio iy owner; Van C
Wilson, merchandise Vrokt r; J. F.
J'rlmm, American Nailoniil baúl;; V.
V.. .Martin, superintendent union de-
i pot; H. Austin, real estate dealer; II.
I n. Stevens, real estáte; W. W. ose.
capitalist: C. W. Moss. trnveliliK lili.iv.
H. I., lierhranili. rial estate; V.'. I..
Toolcy, cashier National Uank oí
ICommt-ree; 11. S. l'mtcr, general su-
perintenderit Kl Faso street ear and
electric light company: A. N. Hrown, ,
general frelhl as, Tit. I-:. '. & S. W. ;
railroad; V. P.. Stile, ffeiier.il iii-;s, n-i
SIKII I.I) SIIOHT OX
This week, let us supply you
Ka;;l,. Ilraod, 15c can.
Hawk eye. large cans, lilo.
Carnation, large cans, inc.
Note tin se prices, you are
likely pa yin; more.
I'i;i:sil Aunt , Jemima Pan
cake Ffotif, '
2 ks. for 2ÓC.
DO.MKH II. WARD, Mgr.
Kir. Iaibk' Ave.
212 S. Second St.
'ition Mr. Krvien
Iitkc from New Alex
Col. H. 1.' I.oveland, railroad com
missioner of the state of California,
and Frank J. Situs, president of the
Merchants' exehnnn- of San Francis- '
co, arrived yesterday from the (olden
Gate cLty vund ..a. Hill . remain here
throughout the eotiKTess. Itoth Bentle
men are delegates to the coiifrrHS.
They are abo members of the execu
tive commltttee of the Trans-Allssla-Nlppi
contrer-s, which convenes next
ween in MU j-ranetsco nnn PXpect iotoliriíit ald n (tlnel.
mret it mirnber rtf prominent eastern I With their veil
Long List of Prominent Men
Who Are Letting People
Know They Are Here,
Seventy Mrohfr, the Kl Paso delega-1
tion to the Irrigation congress, arrived
per ni nt. and C.arnett Kinu,
aent. same road; Charles
real estat. Z. T, Willie, capu
lí. Heed, district eimineer.
States reclamation service;
lb ma, Rcneral aueiu Alevi an
railroad; J. Al. Nealon. aspistant
irict attorney; líen F. Jenkiu-.
sealer of weights and measuris: J
Pick, wholesale rocer, i;,,ya! .P
I.e.lV . II.
Wednesday, TliurMlay. l-'riday.
Ib'mii- Tricks, l iuler False Colors,
Noblici-s' Dream, a Vellisl Itcauty,
Ave., AlbuipH nju.
Watch ln-M c, r Miinn
Ir K. IC.
,- ! mann
With so many events ni tísica!
otherwise, tfoina on in the city during
Irrisation congress week, any attrec
tion must come up to a high .-tandani
of excellence to insure liberal patron
ago. The Woman's club Is to be con
gratulated on offering such an attrac
tion in the form ot the Uruno Idis k-
ncert Thursday night, ncto
Ihe Klks' theater. The plo
me of rare artistic excellence
Stoveis. Tinware, En;5meleJ Ironware; lion Pipe, Pumps,
Valva-:, riüings, Belting, Mine and Mill Supplies, etc.
WAGONS, IMPLhMENTS AND FARM MACHINERY.
Mall orders solicited. Albuquerque, N, M,
I lb Ancil .Martin, brotbi r ln-law of
Will C Haines, and a promim-nt phy-
sl 'lan of l'hoeni, Al l'... is in the i it.
for the congreis, and will leave In r
: ror a trip to the Cltv of .l vl. o. Me
P. accompanied by his v. I '"
! Charles I". Kim,'., son of Mr. and
i Airs. '. W. K in!, of Gilo Noith Fourth
street, arrived with the New .Mexico
Mllitnrv institute cadets Horn
well yesterday. Mr Kunz is a m
her of the faculty of the institute.
rv. ii. oiiii u'-, ,ir,i in i"i io ' the
J impany at catliip. arrived yes. i
terd.iv to attend the Shriller .' cere-j
menial and baiupiet and aim lo re-J
new o, a,iiiaintances. Mr. Ililleite!
was forineiiv ai-eiu for the company j
at inslow and also at Ash Fork. ,
Hoy II. llannon, formerly with the j
Itorders undertaking parlors, but now j
connected with the Harvey eating syi- I
li'iu, has returned from Ij; Vegas, i
where he whs day clerk at the Caste- j I nirelle lhinillurc Co. lias liadl
nada, and has accepted a similar po. i- all (ho business lliey could attend to
tion with the Alvarado hotel here ! for the at two ceks and liaM put
,n f.ti ..irn nlln null tvlll hni'A t.v.i
i itero, accompanied !,,, s,,.,M.n (eomnicnoliiR Men
Mia. S. C. Noland, m,.l ue hoix" to Im nbk to
handle nil the buniiesH thai romes its
man. farmer; ii. A. Tern
V . if. inter, attorney;
I Clementt'. countrv ci:'-'iilat
In Albuipn'ripie yesterday morning nnj Herald; W P Ala.-hefio
a special train of three Pullman!, one ', agent, Santa Fe r .Uread;
j Coles, real estate. A It. ',,
i resenting County Tr, asur, t
men in , ihutiieroii' who arc dele-I Dam Ham Dam
gates to the San l ranclsco meet arulj What dam? The Knule Dan)
accompany them to the coast ) Who ravs so'.' Fl Peso
nnri iney soon toon tne town ny storm OH
email, i , p
C. K. Kc'.
. ly; F. Alderetc. su
i itation. city of Kl
ker. Kl Iim IP i .
1 collector of com om.
ii 1 1 1
and no vi itor in the city should miss
event Those who will appear are
Air. Ibe, kmann. a perfect master of
the violin. Mrs. C A. Frank, the gift
ed supra no, and Miss Lillian Klwood.
contrail", both artists of great talent.
.Mrs. Mabel Stevens lllmoi', the well
known pianist, a.s accompanist, round.,
out a program of unusual merit
Tickets .ne on sale nt Alatson's for
J! 00 an 1 7.i cenis.
CHARLES ILEELD CO.
Wholesalers of Everything
First and Tijeras
Mrr. Manuel It
by her riaughier.
1 1 returned from Kansas City, where
Airs. Noland underwent a difficult
surgical operation in St. Margaret's
hotptU). As a rijult of the operation
Krt NolABd l much Improved In
14iM Mari Wlnchack. of Kiuu
City, fvrwarlf a r ildcnt of thl city,
I Mr vliltlBf Mra. Charlas Ooodman. ,
Cj 1(1 Wfct Coapar avanu. Mia i
lcheli tt daughter of Mr and 1
Mr Charle Wincheck Mr Win-!
hca u for some time general f ore-
mn In the Santa Fe chops t-.r
w wum, inousiriai ageni -r(OF posTOFTICE.
the EaiiU Yt at Lo Ancla, is In thj
ctty to attend the congren. Mr. uaum :
wit (ar some time a dispatcher In the1
local Sant.i Fe offices anJ later cgent
for the comrat.y at llolnrook Mr.
Iujn lb accompanied by J. H llay
den. who is Industrial .-gent f-r the
K.int.i Vc will-, bend lU.irtcri In Pau
( all or telephone in your ,,r
tiiir price ure always reason
t iinb or paynients
ocb poijcy is qncM ralks
AVD 6MA1X PROFITS. LET 19
SHOW YOU THAT WE CAN SAVf
iOO MONET ON TOUR GBOGEH
ICS. P. O. PRATT CO, 114 f
par.ulel the principal streets of the
"ity, headed by n. thirty plec Mexi
Follov.'lns big streamer carried by
three men with the sine word "Kl
Paso" on it in hig letters, the Texnns
j marched to the Klks' rluh, where they
I have ne.idiiiarter:i during their siay in
the city. They .soon made their pres.
I ence felt and Kl 1'aso badges w, re
! everywhere in evidence.
I The Kl Pasoans are not after the
I next congresa. hut they are deeply in
j teresl.'d in seeing the Klephant Untie
dam completed at Kngle, N. M., and
they want to show their interest in
Irrigation matters generally. Kl Faso
entertained the Irr.g.ninn congress o
few years ago and Kl Pasoans have Ier
bad a warm spot in their heart.- for
it since that time and always attend
Its sessions in large numbers and w ith
plenty of music. They also have sev
eral other thing this limo besides
imi-ic and the.se they are distributing
from the headnuarters. "Shorty"
Oerome, the "prlso barber of Kl
Paso" and the original candy boy por
ter on all Kl Pn so cAamber of com
merce excurtiona, ia chief dispenser
of the good cheer.
The SI Paso delegation rprnta
the chamber of commarc af thtt city
.1. A I.
at F.l Pa-
.Martin, news iditor Kl Paso
I V. W. Freeman, i . pr. si ntias
i company tnili; AI i '. ilu.n
! estate; C. K. Keicgg. tai mo
I Smith, farmer mil county
, .'ioner; Joe lrb, o!l. nsyistant
j clerk; W. K. K dill, erg. ci-n
laciiirer; i-jnicorne .,iams
Itosenhaum grain elevator;
.Mueller. I- 'ii 1 estate. W. F. l'.,y
estate; . F. Purges, r.rn
attorney; J. tl Co,,ns, p:', n;
Col. c. 1'. Munt. stockman.
F.rown, gen, ral g nt, Santa I
road; C,uy Miirtha, J. A. I : , , r ,
W. Heckwitli. F. 11. N ilte,
Snurid.-rs. ti. W. (irnyson, I ; ,
lo-k. Chas. K. Alii hai l. T !:. C
V. K. le.
:. A. Kimh.il!.
I' gation h.:. :
, ' Sonie Hay W hen Dreams Come
True." "Down Where the Suwanee
Klver I-'lows," "Iliggest and Best
show. (iniliiiious show fisim 2 to S
p. in.: 7 lo ni:50 p. m. ,
Hubbs Laundry Co.
"Our Work is Best"
yile. 1 .';i
W0LKING & SON
i-riiiol,.r iiidiuills, riinii. Tankt.
anil siihsinienuvs. -,. rilng and
i:-p:lriiir. Irlluig a SiMH-iialt-.
Albucucrcjue, New Mexico.
TF.I 1185 707 N. FJfiDTH
r.'M'u-nr. id and I
The Fl Pa-o d.
He was ihe
, n I other sp
I a bricht
.-red by the Kl Pasoans
ctHtor.s, hut merely turn
in 1; in the face and wnlk-
J. A. Smith f,,r tie, committ
rientlap ; W. I !. Austin for
; mittee m order ,,f husmo
, F. Hurge.s f.-.r the eommittef
II n Mop. o: L:is Cruce..
resent Xi ,v .Mexico i n th ,
on credent!.-. Is.
i i,: r, p.
I". Wl.OI I'll AXD PARTY
IIII'K 1 1 IK Till: tXINiillISs
Ki.es p.andnlph. president of all th
H.-irriman lines in Arizona and Al""
ico, i ame in vestordav morning in hi
private car, tlio .Use co, from Tuce--
lb- was acconioanied by W. It-
tin, sup, rinti-ndi nt of the union depot
at Fl Paso and ri mained here during"
the dav meetinir the delegates ana
joyiii" the busy scenes on the
, T A lhu.pici line. .
unt iVTi'iirsT ANY
Every ptron should know that goo
IASO MAX MA K ICS
A DARIXG RKsCVEl
Norman M. Walker, of the El Pi 1 hith i. i,..iki. if h. ktdneyi r
out tne mamoera nav proiua jrom wn ""nomg the con- derar.ged. Foley's KUney Remeoj
tsm ana ii are
FVI r.yONT IS TAIKPiO A BO IT
U It I l.T UOKK. IK YOU HAT. ,
several cttle In Tsm and
delegates to the coavsntlon. Mayor
Bwaaney. for lastanc. rfprastnt
Brenham, Texa. slthaufH he had tht
aripotntrr.ent of ten dciaffttct himself
He named El Tasoans as Ms de!
C-iptaln and Mr- K F. Hujac. ot
Carlsbad, have arrived in the city lo
attend the i'omtre. i'apiain HuJ.ic I
s veil ran of the Horr ir and vml-
ot til v FN V8 Y'Oms. I0 so , aates and accepted tha honors from
VOW. IMPERIAL. LACXDRY. RACK t another mayor. O. A. Martla. who tsland a a
actlnr as secretary of tha El Pirn del. n Kl
' egation during- the temporary illness
: of Secretary Cha. A. Kinne, of th
a El Pasi Chamber of Commerce. Is a
delecate front r.lp i'prlnffs. Texas.
a Many othr KT Pasians hav. been
a likewise h mured so ihut the , ltga-
i tion has plenty of ots and rerre-
seuts cviry pe -ti-'n of the I.otio Sur
a : The Kl Pasoans w ill remain in
a , their own tram while thev are in th
a city and will not return hom till -t-K.-d on
Saturday night J. A Ilarp.r. a di- r'f"ilar ,rk:
Ilitt-lilii; gost liave Iveen ar
rang ixl Just oui-ldc iIm cvk--lilon
ground.-s near the south
east -iTier, for the tsxitrnlenrt
of persons dUtlng prlvaio trams.
Xo onf ntxl hr atraid to drive
out. as a reliable man will take
care to pre rnt -H- pilfering.
rescued a Mexican In
certain death beneath an eastbound
West Central avenue car at the corner
of Third street yesterday morni-.g.
Th ti tt.is following the delee
tlcr. from Fl Pao as it marched down
West Central avenue to the Elkj' clab
car came up from the went
Pasoans divided to let it r,...
The toy was In the center and be-1
comliij- coníufed. tai td to rut first
me north eni thm to C-,
tripp.n and falling uh
not ten feet jivji .
I'-t'O ir. n.i
th.- boy .,. h
the v I.' ...
cure kidney and bladder ue
every form, and will build HP
i-.rengthea tha organ to they
rer.'orm their function properly- W
dsr.g-er of Brlghfa d!ease or dit-
tes :f Foiiy Kidney Remedy " '
en in tlrr.e. J. H. O'Rielly Co.
t UO. AJbnqt
Window frntnc. II.TJ.
i i I
fallen lad fr..m th,
ll v n b. i,i,. the
1 III. Ill
car tra. K
(ill! f.USTS NEVrtt CKl'"ir'
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