THE KANSAS CITY JOUBNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1895.
nun W'HHTWMHMIHU.iiiiu i... -jimwi iimmiawn
Jrtcl 'oil Immty llnnnrriM M'i- tlre.tt
romlnrM for Mir Money t Icte-
tM rut llt'tllli-.
r. tioim ieiurtltiR Cliitirmnn Mnrcy K
Bf. mi tn call a fptcinl mcctltiR of tlio
Deri t-'.i'Ic rounl) cummlttce for the pur
pose of mlcptlnB resolutions in favor of tho
fvf tolnftpc of MUef. and nklriK tho
D'tio-tntlc Mat mmmlttee to call n con
vei' mi for in name purpose, are Iiclne
n i. idled ai ! numerously sisnul. Mr.
l?'otwi l. In favftr of the free colnnftc. of
Pin i- (it (lie ratio of 1 to t, and litn th"
f . i uic ji (seined to him IV will rail
a ' m R fit the county committee, lt'i
j v.trrilay that tli menilirrs of tl
i iinmixre art' nrnrl unanKnous In
fa .1 of den silur, and that tlielo no
ti jt hut that It would declare for the
i i'i rnetnl Il ilsj paid tl.nl while he
h J . n informed by a number of persons
Hat 'ii" prtitiotn were being circulated a'
tli. .-K surds and in various parts of the
ci., In1 had not seen any of them, mid
rr 1 did not know tvlio was circulating
them. . , . , ,
The re -cut emphatic declaration of Judfie
Jan Uibon. ft ho Is an o"l Candidate
fc the Democratic nomination for kov
ein r, in Invor of the tree comma' of silver.
Is (..i.isniB the StomMlrottti-Ji'hiison faction
of th" i Ity and nounty Democracy mu.h
tint iM'ies. As Jii'lR" (llliRuli has hereto
fore i.em lined up with the Kraut Is faction,
whl h - openlv antimuiilstlc to free silver,
thti tuiinot qnlti iitm. r;nnd what Kind nf
a. play he Is making in ussumliiK to be Hie
crcut fiee "liver champion In this part oc
Mips., in. Tor -cvera! months past there
hmc i-m runmrn quietly clnulaled that
the Stone-lit own-Jolmion faction was
Kroomnir? JuiU" John V. Wofluid for the
Ktibertmtorial nomination It was Intended
to pom' him at the proper time in the
champion of free (diver, mid. by iiolnB po,
create u boom for him that would earn
the Democratic tnte convention by storm
It Is "aid that Ju.lne (llbson became aware
of this programme, and he resolved to cre
ate consternation In the ranks of Hie htone-Brown-Johnsonttes
by uimotim liu? tinn'olf
as in faor of free roln.iRO of silver before
the time set for bringing Judgn Worfoid to
' In regard to petitions that nro said to be
In circulation asklnc the removal of .Mr
Drown from the chairmanship of the coun
ty committee, .Mr. nrqwiipuys he knows
nothlnB about them. He Is not afraid of
belnc removed, its there are only three or
four members of tho committee antagon
istic to him.
DM4;;i'.m:n;H3rinr:j;f.'r.Hi:i4;Kr HRiA.tiniJHtn:HtrMir4:iiiiiiH:Hr lU4ti(miiHariliH:HUHiBC MiH,ClMlLmg:ilil-H;imi;n,rJ
Suit Dcpnrtmcnt, 3rd l-'loor.
Chti i Hi an
Prllili'il f.ntvii W,.,
& por, wit. i lientlliig
iliT iiiuiiiicii in serpen-
i ii.... t t.. ...ii.
illlU "itllll, VYIIIIl'
frrntimW, with hliifh
i iiuiircs ntui sir tin
ntii siriR' urouti stripes
ti tul Invi'tuleratripi's n cuoil
41.50 wrapper on &ulo at..
r'U f i inu
w i :i",i
12th and Main Streets.
I.atlles' Percale Wrapper, wnttcnti
pinlt haek, rtilllu rountl yoke,
with belt, in tIticl( mill white
ciTcctv, tiettmlly worth Sl.OO.al
ii ktt:ii n
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY, j
It Will He Celebrated by Her Kamm City i
Suhje ti In pl'iiillil -tjl 1'rep.ir-
Itic fur tin' Kn'iit. '
About ICO Britons, representing, as far as '
pofslble, all of the countries nnd dependen
cies of tho British empire, are to meet to
morrow evetiinc In parlor S of thu .Midland
hotel to arrange for an elaborate celebra
tion of the queen's birthday, on Krlday
evening May 21. The Idea of the celebra
tion originated with British Vice Consul
Philip E. Burrough, who has been working
up the scheme for wcclo past. It will be
the tlrst celebration of the kind ever held
In this city, ant! no pains will be spared to
make It a success. i....
Two thousand handsomely printed Invita
tions will be lfued by Vice Consul Uur
rough. and oery effort will be made to
gather together Englishmen, Scotchmen.
Welshmen. Irishmen. Canadians, and all
others of nnglWh birth or bi ceding. Tho
Auditorium, the Pontes opera house, tho
Academy of Mulc. or some other large
hall will be secured and decorated pro
fuVely with the Hags of Knglan.l. Ireland.
Scot and nnd the Knlted States. There will
he an abundaneo of Powers and an anpni
tirlate musical programme. I-or the latter
the best talent In the city, lnp.tiutnc.nt a!
,,nd vocal, will be obtained. Kngllsh. Irish
Scottih, Welsh and' American Patriotic
nieces will be plaed nnd sung. The n.l-
resf or the evening will be delivered by
Mavor D.tls. During the e.nlng. when
th" exercises are at their height. cab o
gram of congintulatlon will Tie bont le
torla. queen ami t mprcfs. Various com
rnlttecs will be appointed to take charge ot
the work. Krlday will be the Tilth birthday
of the queen. 1'he cablegram or congrat
ulation will be the tlrst hhe has ever te
eelved from Kansas City.
The celebration will undoubtedly he a
success as there are some O.t-JO 1 rltous In
ami about this city. Vice Consul HurrouKh
fs "quite VnthtiMaPtlc over the Prodlect.
Testcrday afternoon he hauled out from
their pace of keeping four or live English
Hags, which will bo used In decorating the
Mr Burrough received notice yesterday
from' Washington that Colonel 5. Hayes
Sadler British consul general at Chicago,
has Ii. n appointed consul general at a -5?ral'0
Cl'iil Colonel Sadler leaves Chl
??co when he ha" been ten y.rjrs. In a
f?w dajB K. L,. Walsh Is now acting con
st. I there ,
.Shelving, --onnters and store fixtures at
Xr) Ddaware street.
us rirrii a.sim:ii-ai:v.
Bpetlal SerOi.'S To-day at the .-Utb nml
I'rntpeit An-iitm tbrltl.ni '. burtb.
The TflffS at the Sixth and rropect
Chrt-t 'in church to-day will bi. of peculiar
Iri-ere.M. thl being the fifth annlvcrsuo
sln"e this congtpgatlon went Into the mw
.-i,reh Iteclnnlng with the Sunday school
this ir.ornli.B special programmes will be
rendered during the day. Ileports fmrn
of the oigi.nlz'd departments of the church ,
work k ung bai 1: to the buBinnlns of the ,
ore inizitlun, will t" made,
spe ii mufcic, uy 10. mi imrui, "'",,"
render. .1 at well of 'he s. ulces. The
chJi-v will be beautifully decorated.
In ir-i evening a programme of special
ln'er m has, bten arranged for tho 1;.--deav
i Sielt-tj. T. legotlors from oiIit
60i let. - wdl be pns-ii by upecial ic-queM.
This church, like many othirs In the ciiy,
la h outgrowth of a ml'-don Siuida
sib -d 'aincd In a hall on Indcpen lencc
avenue some two y 'irs pilor to the or
ganiK.'l.n of the .hunh. Sirce the b?
gln. r . jf the p. orate of Itev. Oeurge
JI Ci.rnbs. two jiars niro last January,
the ihuieh has exp rlenced peculiar pros
Tirrcy The tnembi rshlp has grown from
about 3'VI tn (" .ind Is now one of the
strorg. -t congrc aliens In the city. The
Sin . y school, with an enrollment of
nfaily I''), and a te.ieh,im- and oiftclal foree
of aboii' furty-flw. Is In rxeellent condi
tion This consregmion has lately paid
olt the last of tti lnUbtednes against
the hi.rih, an.ounting to tomothlng over
Agre. ably surprl-'d.
'1 h id a ver severe cold on my lungs
tli tusttd much sortntks nnd (,ae me
ifn. lUrable unt&niness In ngard to the r
Euli. ni Air. T. K. Smith, of Bilh-ilca,
.Ma s "A local druggist called my atten
tion i j Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy, and
on rV reoommmJatlon gae th' remedy
.a c i ( ful trial. The remit surprised mo;
I rt yc-red er'irely In three da&."
The very latest ami best tiyU at
prices tltul von can't buy the material
Xeat riittlc Oinplmm Dress, In pret
ty checks mill pluitls, rnfllo over shoul
der trimmed Willi bralil, larpu
mc'cvcs, food value lit SI. 00,
Sdres '.' to 0 jcnr
Dress, htrse sleeves,
cheap at T.'c, at....
Sles tt to U ycar.
Print Dress, at.
Don't Miss These If
SHU Waist, ilai my
patterns on black
otillar and belt, ex
ra larpc ful1 sleeves,
would be a birffnin
at 45.00, our uie
You Need it
Don't seem pntsllilc tliat any mic else
In town Is netting tlicm from the lean
they'-e yoini; Iiut. H'c c c Ilia right
UitJi the giticeful hinds, and our
prices arc right.
Fancy Fijrured, All Wool Crepnn
sitiri. lianas r.tcetuliy, llrs perfectly,
lull hivi-ep, a cheaii -Kirt
at 10 no, at tliib special
ii i gin ivlli y,
All the luxurlts known to modern travel
car be secared by taking eith. r of the fn.
lowng traln, which leave Union dipot
( cry day In the year: St. Louis lirnii.il
ria m .-es, 10 b in.; "New Yjrk Fit
Mall," 1 p. m.; md St. Iiouls Mm ted night
expre-s, S p. m The "New York Kan M ill"
l.s a n w imin, and is a time sa.-i- maklng
illr' t unnecllons at St l.outs in the tlnet
ur" utitinn in the w rid for all Kastirn
.n.nl Fleinemb.r. there are rn nrl.tlrtnnit
cba . e fur the superior serMec afforded
onl oy the MlriSOI'Itt PACIFIC railway.
ItKCOKK 1K IIIK V.liV Wr.KK.
Hank cleartnfe's the past week. tlOJO.TOS
Receipts of hay the past week, 177 cais.
Receipts of wheat the past week, CI
Receipts of corn the past week, S3
Receipts of oats the past week, 20
Receipts of cattle the past week, 22,003
Receipts of hogs the past week, 50,219
Receipts of sheep the past week, 11,310
Receipts of horses and mules the past
week. G33 head,
The real estate transfers last week
up. unted to $181,388. Of this amount
tl8 .50 was In trustees' deeds.
Last week's building permits were be
low the average In cost of new woik
There were sixty permits, the value of
me improvements agsresatlni; but 37,-
r ftv-two babies were added to the
roll., in the health department office
d'jjine the week ending last nlb'ht, und
tlnrty-two deaths were recorded fur the
The highest temperature last week
was SO deg. on the 3th, and the lowest
42 detf. on the llth. The rainfall was
0 21 Inches. For the corresponding pi
rlod last year the data are: Highest
temperature. 81 deg.; lowest tempera
iiue. IS dvg.j rainfall, 0:S7 laches
100 more of llinvU Splendid $4 no
1 otile M;iris liiit in Ibis
lot will jiu the harp;:
: .-(iii'iiiiiti t ww
Lovely I'i (r tired liriliictntino Shirt,
as 11 ic und pe feet u any
dreiMnakor can make, a
good y..M v.tiud nt v33.00
Wants Will I5e Created by
Sucli Values as These.
I A ' . JiXi
-il. Vsi. n
Ladies' Gown, made of fine. Cam-
hric. extra iunt?th, trimiii-l
with II s. rullhi. would ho
U'ood value at frl.-'a, at. . ... .,,
Ladies' Drawers, mado of
mils in, finished witli tucks
and embroidery, regular Sue
values at ,
qunl i t y
trim in e d,
never e s
p e e t fin
less than 81,
in our bar
OH -. v fl iff XX a3 n R ? W K? TA.f
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR OUR PATRONS, OUR MOTTO. AND
WEEK AFIER WEEK WE ARE GIVING SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL PROOFS
OF OUR CLAIM. THOUSANDS CAME LAsT WEEK LOOKED WITH AD
MIRATION UPON THE CHOI E, FRESH STYLES AND GREW ENTHUSI
ASTIC OVER THE MARVELOUS BARGAINS THEY FOUND SO BOUNTI
FULLY DISPLAYED. WE INTEND THIS WEEK TO BE A STILL GREATER
WEEK, AND WE OFFER VALUES GREATER AND BETTER AND
CHOICER. THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE ESTABLISHMENT. COME EARLY
AND COME OFTEN.
A bargain like this doesn't come
every day I
2fi nnd 23 inch
and other new
handles value $2,
lu this sale
20 inch "Royal"
every ono puar
anb'cdi v e r y
wood and horn handles,
wortli S'J SO, in this sale .
.Vein Cmlircllav for Indlet, with pat
ent leather cave, only to be found here.
Fnst blaclt Sateen Shirts, ons ruffle,
garments that you can t match
elsewhere under 75c, go in our
a i ii iijv,
Fast black Sa'.een Skirts,
sweep, finished with double
ruffle, splendid S125 value,
Fancy striped ind plaid Ribbons,
newest, choicest tyle, actual
4Uc value, to be cosed at, per
It was never so cheap before, nor
as cheap now elsewhere as here.
Ladles' bleach Lisle Hose, worth 3.1c,
Ladles' black Cotton Hoso, worth 2.1c,
Ladies' tan Cotton Ilose. worth 3.1c.
Misses' black Cotton Hose, worth 2.1c,
Boys' black Cotton Hose, worth ISc.
A Grand Line of
Better anil better vnliic for the con
turner einy day. T'iIi week tre'd ojTrr
tome tpcctal t'it(iif that will make silk
buying n!mnt as cheap as colloin.
ilnt iott'll have to be prompt, for lots
24 Inch Silk Crepons In blnck, cream,
pink, ky, niiilzf.rose, cardinal; nnn '!
KOfUs that wottlil be cheap al "liU1
SUc; prico this ueclt...... ... , , WUU
Wlillo Ilubiitals you'll be mora than
surprised at the values these prices
20 inch Hnbtltnl nt 24c
27 inch Hnbtltnl at.... 43c
3(5 inch Habutai at.. ....59c
Match them? Yes, butatone-fotirtu
I'lnld Knt Kl, n new lot, Jtt9t such
vnlues as have been shown you
elsewhoro at fiOcj here this
week for. ....,,,,.
1 j8ctAwW tT Wrf l
Itlnck .Inpanese Sillt,3G lnchcsl
lilc, a retfulur Si quality; on I
sale this celt at.
Striped Wash Silks tho 3.1c
kind a limited lot to close, will
l'lnid TniTetas,20 inches wide.
that were bought to sell for 75c;'
to be offered this week nt. .
Here's Where You Can Save.
TastlJlack Cambrics at A
Fast lllack I'ercalincs at.
!-. D1nnl. Cn,.. .. 1 . ..!.!..
All silk, all colors, nil patterns: just
the thing lor the slnrt waists
now so popular; qualities
never under 15c, at
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Wc have just twenty-nine Ivijh "rade Novelty Dress Patterns this season's
most desirable styles worth from $25 to $50 We will give you choice of the lot at K
the regular selling price thrpw in the findings and make it up to order in either of Ii
our Dress Making Departments and cianfe yo7i nothing for the making, thus giving
you a high grade dress all complete lor :he price of the pattern. Hairc.oth, siik fac
ings and trimm ngs not included.
.TV ViUf,'ia;ilJB.'8Ji'J ?l 'LU.
Here are two
'hat have no
equal in Kansas
I.nnsr or short
wa sled Summer
perfect fit ting-, graceful and
serviceable, worth ouc, to lo
in our .sale at
heap at T5
Corsets that are
:, we'll sell for. ...
Not in all Kansas City can this offer
in neat figures tnd
shape, e s t ra tig
tf, sleovis. rnllnr mrl
5S We u iV s bound in
ft V white, actual S1.25
Tt' vaiue, lor
Last lot of 50 doen went in a day.
lpi 1 I -
N.-i .'!' M
Ladies' Very Best Grade Print Shirt
Waist, soft bosom, laundered collar
and culls, pink, blua und
hluck stripes, also flgured,
beht ever otl'jreil. nt
Juii'( cwnefar Iiesc Tuesday,
uorett oeit, stilt Uo,o Support-
era, mi c-uiuia, u special uar
Ladiei' hew Spring
Values this we:k that should
crowd the departnent daily.
Low neck, sleeveles Vests, - "
satin ribbon trimmed, for. ...QOC
White Lisle Vests, lav neck, sleeve
less, silk tape, fancy crochet .
work, 35c; for . 3 C
Extra grade White islo Vests, very
pretty, all silk finish, 'ootl 50j nr
values, for. Os9C
The "Xpi'essaire"Ves is the most com
fortable for Miminur.war, made with
an absurhent shield udcr the
arm, wliileonly, nt .3i
At Almost 50c on the Dollar.
One lot Jap Fans, all colors
Ono lot Jap Fans, all colors,
Velveteens, all colors, excel
lent quality for facing;, at... .
Tempting Offers in
Ono lot Dotted Swisses,
would be cheap at 20c; will go
Ono lot Dotted Dimities. Hew roods
just in, quality that sells ev
erywhere for 35c; our sale
Have you seen .
those nobby suits, trousers
and overcoats at Nicoll the
They arc as nobby as can be
3,000 strong, nnd wonder
fully cheap considering the
good tailoring they get
$15 to $50 for suits and from
$5 to $10 less than before
the new tariff.
You don't find me going to
exclusive tailor on B
street, for my clothes here
after. No, indeed; Nicoll catches me
with cash and leaves $10 to
$15 in my pocket;
Trousers to order, $4 to $14.
Corner 9th and ftfiain
Colored Dotted Swisses,
Handsome Dimities with
colored dots, good 50c values,
25 pieces India Linon, qual
ity that would bo cheap at 30c;
at this week's sale only
They are being recfnlred tho coun
try over as tho be, cheapest and
most reliable. A corplete model, all
put together with thi pattern bo that
a beginner can do allhcr cutting and
litung a good Wilii(that you'll ap
preciate at a glance: We are Kansas
City agents for thesoopulnr and most
economical of all pajr pattorus. New
models and patternsmonthly. Fash
ion sheets Free.
on kiiconi ri.oon.
A Belt Eagain.
We have sole bargains, but
none to beat this
llladt, navy bluoind cream Holts,
with black, gilt r silver (
buckle, at IOC
A glance at thcic prices and a glance
in me value lltcy represent will con
vince you that this is a sale you can't
atfoid to miss.
Men's Halbriggan Underwear, all
sizes, tho regular 50c grade ut. . . .39c
Jlen's Jean Drawers, cut extra large
and with double seat 50c pair
Serlvcn's Elastic Seam Drawers,
ncrc's a "run" on them just now and
our price ivlll always be the lowest.
Men's Night Robes, worth 75c,
That's tho story about this excellent
bargain in uight shirts.
New Cambric Night Robes, irith
handsome hllk trimming, now pink
and blue mottled night robes for men,
good SI. 50 values at ,, SJ.QO
Men's Ilnlf Hosa Ilerrasdorf black, 2
thread, value 15c, at Qc pair
The Biggest Values in
And the choicest assortment In
Kansas City to pick them from.
Dimities as Dainty ns eyes fl
ever beheld, good 10c values, M0
Duck Suitings that will nnsh
and hoid their colors well, values
cheap at 15c, for
Silk Striped Challies, with prettiest
floral effects on light nnd dark f& "
regular 40c values,
French Organdies, dreams of fabrics,
with most delightful colorings ftj'
and patterns; values bold ev- "P
ery where for '10c, at filuu
Printed I'iques. captivating In color
and patterns, cheap at 20c; ,
Anderson's real Scotch Gingham,
best colors, best patterns, sold ,.
every where, at 25e; our price. . . . OC
Zephyr Ginghams that soma hnusns
nre going wild over at 18c, wo . . ,
offer for B9in
The Steady Growth
I of the business of the itoie England Mutual
I Life Insurance Co U line to tbe fact that
jsowelltto Its policies plnane, that every
man on KettlnR one tells his friends of lis
good tenures. Does business utidrr Mas
Michusetts laws Policies non-forfeltable.
C.'irsh surrender vatuu Indorsed ou overv
CIIAS. D. MII.Ii, General Ast.,
Now England Life Hulldlng.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
ladies' Silk Mitts,
win go at, por
Fast Ulack Ilerlin
Law trlmmrd, bawd lulntei, slU, SI :'&, 00.
Hi! s an.i t3,nn
G A UATIN BlCVES.
Wblie Knt clove . i .Hid 10 outtou lefg h,
tiVS. i.S .iliJ . S.'.SD
Whl r Silk Mitts, 12 aud 10 bmion lent'lh tl e
b5o auj ni.ijs
GRAOUATI N HO IEHY,
White LI Ie. praln ordrnjiilica. ao
While Lisle, with lace Irsnt 7J5i
White Slllt itlth l.ii frill t . 1I..M1 mS'-MMI
U'bltelmu rid ijHlm, 75i grdn.
Wbl'e Llile t'nlon hujti, b neck, slei
I'rotiy Unl.b u
Bargains by the Score in Our
Yard wide llleached Muslins
Hope, at Qq
Illackstone at Q Jq
Trult of the Loom at 7 C
Lonsdale at 7 C
By the Yard, Piece or Case.
Challies, dark and light colored
grounds, with patterns worthy of
any priced chullio, at... , 4C
Standard Ginghams in neat
apron ehccks.ucuml OJc vulues.for 4C
...15c to 60c
...25c to 50c
.15c to 35c
GRADUATION VtOOL GOODS.
All wool Albatross 40c
All wool Cashmeres 35c and 50c
All wool Figured llatiste 50c
Mlk Stripe Challies .eoc
21 inch Jnpnnese Cropes ?o
Si inch Silk Crepes , Xg
24 inch Ilrocado Pongees 7Ro
SI Inch China Silk 5fJc
30 inch nabutal Silks
Over 2()0 Teeth Extracted Daily. XO
PAIN OK DA.NGER. Artificial Teeth
warranted to Fit Perfectly. Decayed
nml ueUiiiRr teeth, if worth it, Ailed uud
725 MASW STREET
ALTMAN, KAULBACH& CO., Props.
!7 inch Habutai Silks
Ill' 'I' mil i in I IIP Ii"iiii I III! i ii
iaa3aaini,n,ws. i'?iaiiHjaama,i usHaaaaasaciiiauffiHiHE:.' wmmmzmmiBms&r
To tub Editor: I have an absolute tmedy for Consumption and all Throatnd Lung
Troubles. Bv its timely use thousands of hoiiless cases have been already oermanelv cured.
So proof-positive am 1 of its power that I consider it my duty tend two bottles free to those of youruers who
have Consumption or any Lung Trouble if they will write me heir express and post-office addiess.
EjtaljJUhcit IS70. 6inl;r, T. ASI.OC.T'31, M.U., 1SS I'eurl Street, N4 York.
The fcdi'-.irial and Business uanagemest oi tnis raper uuaratee the Genuineness of tbe aboe l'roposm.
K$k A ijr "I ML.
WHITE and YELLOW PINE,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS and BLINDS.
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scalei Etc,
Beutiuut Cermc l'uil ml Wade Su., Kkiuu Cli tf
10 West Ninth St., Kansas City.AIo.
Leadlnc and Successful SpecUllst la Ulooi
Nervous nd Urlmry Disease..
M.lHOli". I11.lt11.11v, with Its mm
glnoinjr yinptomi, cured.
I'J.'.I.'. .''.' Al'' ' v PTiuanentlr reitoral
M.'.U i,.l.!! tured 'orlltn ltbout mercury.
UJtl.NAltV iilniMKi cured qutclfir aal
tborouirbly. ' 4
, .'.,.,;: ALTJ OT,,"'"- J'AU. consult Dr. H.
J. Wblttler and rece va thn nmiM .,iirL.T
1 hyalcUn ot exiwrlence, until and Intiwrlty No
1 promUea made tbm cannot bo (ullllled.
I .1lt:iilt:i.Nhi turuUbed at small coat, an
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