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J5L PASO HERALD
FOR fill BUNCH
That's the Game Saturday.
When El Paso, and Albu
querque Shriners Meet.
Albuquerque and El Paso Nobles ot
the Mystic Shrine trill Journey to
Deming, N. 1L, early Saturday morn- i
Ing In Pullman ears, but they expect
to lay aside their luxuries there for
the day, while they demonstrate how
hot the sands of the Luna county
desert are to the feet of a big bunch
of novices from Camp Cody and the
town of Deming. They call It an
emergency pilgrimage on account of
the feast of Jamaz Ul Awwal. fifth
month, 2336 of the 45 llohammedan
tycle. vhich, in plain United States,
means the day that ends the week.
Go By Train and Auto.
One or more Pullman cars will
transport the railroad going El Paso
Shriners to Deming: and many will go
by automobile, bringing the total at-
tendance apoui IBU, uue iu appear
lor Inspection Dy tne provost suara
at Deming's east gate by 10 oclock
Saturday morning, sol J, Berg is talc
ing the reservations of local men
wishing Pullman and railroad tickets,
assisted by John D. Mason.
Patrol Turns Out.
El Paso's contingent will leave Sat
urday morning at 7:30 oclock on the
Southern Pacific its cars being parked
at Deming overnight. The Arab pa
trol, 36 strong, headed by Capt. Ed
P .Lerner, will be a feature in the
big parade in Deming right after
luncheon. The divan of El Maida
shrine, as well as that of the Albu
querque body, will be robed in oriental
costume and ride in .he parade. El
Paso's cars will be the center of Interesting-
stunts, day and night, as
Song as the crowd remains In the city.
There are 35 novices mentioned ready
to take the degree. Potentate Wyatt
"W Evans said Friday morning there
irill be something popping every min
ute in the Luna county capital
Among Those Going.
Amonc those announced Friday
morning as ready to go to Deming are
potentate Evans, R. W. Page, W. A.
Johnston, Hope M. Smith, XV. M. Jes
sen. S. J. Freudenthal. Tom Lea, J. D.
llason. So) Berg, John M- wyau, js.
Y Maxwell W. D. Richmond. C. C
Hill. II L. Burleson, F. E. Justus, Abe
Levy, Haymon Krupp, H. R. McClln-
tocic . McuormicK. jonn w. wray.
Victor Carosso, J. X7. Peak, E. G.
Perry J. J. Raster, S. D. Millar; A. A.
Btoy, I. J. Gilchrist, Crawford Harvie,
T Ml Quebedeaux, Raymond Bell, X7.
E. Orr. sr E Newell. E. G. Perry and
Proclaims Freedom tor Wovlces.
Albuquerque shrine. Ballut Abyad,
has proclaimed freedom from army
work, immediately following the re
view of the 34th army division on
the polo field at Deming, for all the
unhappy novices penned In that reser
vation since last fall, whose cries
.have been heard by Masons and true
"oellevers even unto Santa Fe and Al
buquerque, the headquarters towns of
the Sunshine state. Peter I "William
son, potentate, broadcasted the news.
3The parade, according to program,
"w.ll be pulled off at 1 o'clock p. m.
The business session, followed by the
ceremonial, will open at 2 o'clock.
There will be a dance in the Deming
armory at 8-30 p. m. for the benefit
Si lie Bed Cross.
"Snmem ot Committee People.
Mrs. P. I Williamson and Mrs.
Peter Cameron, of Albuquerque, are
on the Red Cross committee. The
transportation committee is composed
or cnarjes js. lowoer, unaries w. rot
ter and S. II. Bush. Among the aids
to the potentate are Morris A. Nord
haus. Deming: Herbert B. Holt, Las
Cruces; Eugene R. Cosgrove, Silver
City, Charles G. Duncan, Socorro;
Samuel F. Miller, Carrizozo.
At Deming the committee Is com
posed of Mr. Nordhaus, chairman: Ar
thur A. Terake. Gen. F. E. Resche,
Edward A. Foulks. CoL N. P. Hyatt,
Joaj. H M. Nelly and Capt. Gannon.
CoL John Borradaile and Edward D.
Sackett handle the paraphernalia.
Doctors in charge of novices are
James G. Moir. James H. "Wroth, "Wil
liam D. Hoff. a J. Hanks.
Send a Patrol.
The Albuquerque patrol includes
Peter Cameron, captain; Porter R.
Beeman. lieutenant; Harry E. "Wal
ters, secretary and treasurer. Charles
M- Barber is on the arrangements
committee. Every Shriner in Luna,
Dona Ana and Gant counties will be
at the ceremonial. If possible.
El Paso Lodge Has Many.
Afternoon and night work three
times a week is the rule In El Paso
loiige 130, A. F. & A. H- This after
noon and tonight. Saturday afternoon
and night, Tuesday and "Wednesday
afternoons and nights degrees will be
conferred. Monday night will be va
cant, some of the members wishing
to attend the Scottish Rite instalatlon.
Chapter Gives Degrees Tuesday.
The most excellent master and royal
arch degrees will be given to three
candidates at Tuesday night's special
convocation of El Paso chapter 157,
Royal Arch Masons. Officers are
making a special effort to get out a
lied Cross fn Commandery.
Conferring the red cross degree will
be the order in El Paso commandery
18. Knights Templars, Thursday night,
after the business is transacted.
Scottish Rite Meets Monday.
Monday night the first formal
meeting of Masons will take place in
the new Scottish Rite auditorium,
SUhi Texas street, when the officers
of lit Franklin lodge of Perfection
That Rookie from the 13th Squad By p. l. Crosby
UM30,-1 WANT Y00 TO 60 Wer StR 1 A 7) Z
M CAPT. WANTS' ? jfl,
tip, mumt w c
" o 0
will be installed.
take place in connection with the reg
The ceremony will1"
ular monthly business session of the
lodge, which Is the business body of
the coordinate degrees of the rite:
Preparations are being made for the
spring reunion of the rite.
Fraternity "Works TonicM.
The first degree in Masonry will be
conferred tonight In Fraternity lodge
1111, A. F. & A. M. Tuesday night
will be the regular communication.
Friday night the second degree will
Shows British Masonry Active.
A clipping from the Times, in the
Isle of Man. England, shbwing that
Masonry in England is still active, in
ssite of the war, was shown this
week by Charles S. "Ward, worthy
patron of El Paso chapter. Order of
Eastern Star. The clipping tells of a
meeting of subscribers to the Heron
and Taubman memorial funds, for the
purpose of relieving aged and "de
cayed" Freemasons and the widows
of Masons and their orphans. The an'
nouncement is made of work In the
first and third degrees in Tynwald
and Arthur Stanley lodges and elec
Odd Fellows Monday Xicht.
El Paso lodge 284, Ode fellows, will
confer the first' degree upon Alonzo
Clark, 34th infantry, Monday night.
The entertainment committee, "W. S.
Doble and E. R. Kline, is preparing
for the evening.
At a meeting of this lodge Monday
night, one candidate was put through
the initiatory degree. This lodge Is
enjoying a series of successful and
well attended meetings.
Boy Sco nt Now Esquire.
Ivor G. Thomas, Boy Scouts execu
tive and chairman of the local branch
of the government committee on pub
lic information, was advanced to the
rank of esquire in El Paso lodge 82,
Knights of Pythias Thursday night
and will be knighted next Thursday
night. Charles B. Jackson was admit
ted a member by transfer from Rock
wall, Tex. Henry S. Reaves, trans
ferred to Fort Worth lodge, and Chas.
R. Russell, formerly an Insurance man
here, transferred to Dallas, his pres
Added to nonor Roll.
The name of "William II. Harvey was
added to the honor roll and service
flag. He Is training In the national
army at Camp Travis, Tex. There are
46 stars on the Pythlans service flag
Uniform Rank to Give Ball.
Saturday night. April 6, El Paso
company No. 1, uniform rank. Knights
of Pythias, will give its first annual
ball at Cotillion hall, and will pre
sent fancy drills.
The Daily Record .'.
ONLY 50 CENTS OF SCHOOL
APPORTIONMENT TO BE PAID
Austin, Tex, March 8. The state
board of education announces that the
state apportionment for the month of
March Is IL Te amount that will be
sent out to the school depositories for
this month Is approximately 11.232,251.
"This makes a payment of 37 on this
year's apportionment," said superin
tendent Doughty. Only 50 cents re
mains yet to be paid to the schools
of the state.
m OUR STOREROOM AT S. E. CORNER OF STAHX0N & TEXAS STS.
"5Ve hare consolidated Trlth the
tmlbfnsr machine dept. of the CI Paso
Piano Co and hare moved Into their
store at 215 Texas St. In the Ramolds
Bid?., "where the two stocks frill be
combined and the business continued
larsrer and better under the name of
rri-State Talking Machine Co J. M.
Spain and W. R, Schutz, Props.
Tri-State Talking Machine Co.
Lee Jones to Julia A. Jones. 34 2-3 feet
oa east side of North Kansas, 173 1-3 feet
north of llontana street. aiH running 120
leet oadc to tne alley, 1300, February z,
Hagns subdivision. Government Hilt
Trowbridge street J. C Sepulveda
Frank Thatcher, west 10 feet lot 24. lot
Zi, and east 5 leet lot :c. block jr. J 10
and considerations; February 2S, 191S.
Bassett addition. "Willow street G. P.
Fena. to O. B. Koland. 17 feet off the
east 12 feet of lots 28 to 2. block 21.
$1600; February 15, 1S18.
Fabens Fabens Townslta and Improve
ment company to E. L. Byrd. lots 8. s,
blade t, J100; February 22. 1918.
Bivera, addition Martinez Investment
company to Juan Rcbalcaba, lots 4, 6,
block C. 8100; February 28. 1918.
Government Hill. Boulevard street
Government Hill company to Robert Lea
Corn, lots 17, 18. block 9, 8CS0; January
Magoffin addition. Park street K. diet
to R. L. Dorbandt. lots IS to 20. block
50, 515.000: February 15. 1918.
San Elizarlo grant Francisco Ylllalobos
to Ines Montoya do Gonzales, the Paula.
Talles property. 850; December 12, 1917.
Bassett's addition. Montana, street T.
R. and H. C Overstreet to R. VT. Fergu
son, lot 20, west one-half lot 21. block 91.
81000; February 22, 1918.
Mary C Newman to "W. It. Tooley et al.
east one-half ot the west one-half of
section 2, block 79, township 1. Texas
Pacific railway survey; 1(0 acres; section
4. block 78. township 1, T. P. survey, 640
acres; section 6. block 78. township 1, T.
P. survey. 640 acres; section 8, block 78,
township 1. T. P. survey. 640 acres. 86240;
February 11. 1918.
Bassett's addition, Magnolia street J.
B. Kads to Mrs. Henry W. Barder, lots 27,
28. block 90. 81600: January 22. 1918.
Togan Heights Logan Heights Invest-
ment company to zs stiles, lots' ze.
28. block 87C 8S7S; Februarx 26. 1918.
Belmont addition J. 8. Crosier to Ar
mlndo Reyes, lot 23, block 27, 21S and
consideration; October 9. 1917.
Mundy Heights. Roosevelt street Pedro
Pinon to Rosendo Ortega, east 2 feet
lot 10. lot 11. and west 6',i lot 12. block
12. 83600: February 16. 1918.
El Paso Heights F.l Paso Heights com
pany to J. W. Olbbs. lots 1-32, block 30:
lOU 7 tO 1Z. OlOCK 2Z: lOtS Zl tO IZ. DIOCK
32: lots 21 to 32. block 24: lots 21 to 26.
block 36: lots 17 to 21. block 39: lots 24
to 27, block 29; lots 17 to 32. block 41:
lots S to 22, block 43; lots 21 to 24, block
73: lots S to 12. block 96; 810 and con
siderations; March 2, 1918.
Alhambra addition. Unitary avenue J.
L. Kale to & L Hlghtower. lots 7. S,
block 1, 81000; December 28, 1917.
Highland Park. Tremont street Burle
son Staten to J. B. McGee. lot S. west
one-half lot 4. block 26, 3650; January 18,
Nation's Acreage addition. Moore street
J. B. Goddard to Earl H. Branca, lots
2, 3. block 22. J200; February 27. 1918.
Campbell's addition. South Oregon
street First National Bank of El Paso to
W. R. Brown, undivided 1-6 Interest In
lots 16 to 20, block 74, 310 and considera
tions; March 4, 1918.
Nation's Acreage addition. Moore street
J. B. Goddard to Ell Shavers, lot 9.
block 24, 3100; December 29. 1917.
Lonla E. Behr to the First National
bank of El Paso, undivided 1-6 Interest in
lots 16 to 20, block 74, Campbell's addi
tion; lots 14 to 16, block 82, Bassett's ad
dition; lots 14 to 16, block 69. East El
Paso addition, 910 and considerations;
February 19. 1918.
Anson Mills map Z. T. White to Sonora
Realty company, part of block 47. and tho
Pierpont two acre tract, 86000; March 4.
R. Noel Longuemare to Z. T. TVhlte,.
part of survey No. 134. patented by John
wmtacer, szvoe: February zs. isis.
Socorro town grant M. O. Stoekland to
Robert Stockland. part ot subdivision sur
vey ito. zo. 81 ana consiaerations
March 1. 1918.
East El Paso. Hueco street AT. C. Mor
gan to Pearl Morgan. lets 3 to 6, block
117, 310 and love and affection; November
Highland Park, Atlanta street Frank
T. Plckrell to Charles w. Harlow, soutn
40 feet of lots 1 to 4. block 9, 310 and
considerations: March 1. 1918. .
Payne's addition. Grama street Richard
ii. i.ewis to susie ivtwia. soutn , v zee:
of lots 13 to 16. Meek K. 810: Jannarj
Kern Plac. Madeline avenue P. E,
Kern to George B. Rjan. jots 39. 30,
block 24. 3190: February 28. 1918.
Lincoln Park Lincoln Park Realty and
Improvement company, to Anthony Moses
lots 30. St. 32. Mock 17. 8i7t; March 6.
French addition Sam Goodman to Mrs.
Raro Ortiz de Martinez, lot 16. block 8,
and equity In lot IS, block 8, 9200; March
Franklin Heights. Missouri street C. B.
Hudspeth to Mrs. A. V. Campbell, west
one-nair lot s, east tnree-iourtns lot 7,
block 38. ilO: December 10. 1917.
Clint J. J. Schairer to J. A. Fields. .26
acre adjoining G. H. S. A. station. 310
February 2. 1918.
Campbell addition. San Jacinto James
J. TVatta to J. S. Morrlsson. 1-6 Interest
lots 16 to 20. Mock 74. 12050; March
Grand View. Mountain avenue Fred S.
Knollenberg to James C White, west
half lot 2. all lot 3. block 18, 9100: Feb
ruary 25. 1918.
J. C Bevelle, 270S East Boulevard, gar
age. 32M. ' '
George Beaudette, Overland and El Paso
reDalrs. 8 478.
W. N. Pence, 1117 Montana, chicken
Dan Law-ton. 224 Gold street, frame
R. B. Matthews. 221 Detroit street.
screen norch. 3200.
H. A. Brockxnoiler. 3208 Manzana street.
frame garage. 980. '
TL Barton. 1M7 Mgsctna, street, re-
Turbevllle and Franfihn. lots 5 and 6,
block G, Alamo nelghts. brick bungalow,
Turbevllle and Franklin, alterations lot
102. block 78. Highland 1'arK. repairs, jsuu.
T. G. Douglas, 1014 Maple avenue, frame
J. H. Wettergreen, Fourth and Park
streets, frame shed. 325.
licensed to Marry.
W. N. Jaquez and Veneranda Aldereto.
Cecil cnamDenam ana iva jieaae.
Ignaclo Rodriguez and Manuela Caste
nada. Allen Lovereheck and I E. Smith.
R. L. Romero and Louise XX Blanehard.
Juan Gutierrez and Alalia uisneros.
Joseph W. Wlnkley and Florence
Harry A. R. Kroger and Hazel A. John
Juan A. Moreno and Victorians, Jlmlner.
Vlctortano Castillo ana caooiges m
Rlcardo Manley and Antonio Romero.
Mllle Godfrey and Laura Smlthson.
'Tonus Safas and Sofia Deigado.
Hal Bogle and Inez Fay.
Tom Leon and Guadalupe Campa.
Jose Sanchez and Rita rranco.
Richard Hetzler and Joseflna Tanez.
Cosme C Cota and Esther Gardes.
Margarito Chavez and Guadalupe Ar-
Albert C. SUnford and Florence Cooper
O. C Armstrong and Charlotte Redding.
Llbrado Martinez ana xazara rerez.
TOTE OP CREDIT ASKED
BY BO.VAR LAW IS GIVEX
London. Eng. March S. The house
of commons late last night voted
unanimously to the vote ot credit of
600.000.000 moved yesterday bv the
chancelor of the exchequer, Andrew
Bonar Law. This brings the total of
the votes of credit during the war to
THE CONFLICT OF
LOVE AND FAT
The avenge man will Mo.lv' with the
stout elrU bnt he steals glances over her
shoulder at that Miss SlocUr. He would
sooner hold the hands of the latter In a
fatuous silence than re&llT n1oT him-
tell with the other. Such Is the power
ot line. Jut a line from chin to toe. or
nape xo neei mat s aiL
merry marriajro belL
Fat women should not repine but re
fine their own lines bv mean of that
phenomenal the Marmola Tablet No ex
ercising: or aieungr Is necessary. Simply
take one tablet after each meal and at
bedtime, and In a little while the overplus
of fat the coarseness of aspect will dis
appear. The tlffure will become slight
enough to permit of a maidenly contour,
a pure outline, being fashioned with cor
set ana gown. Then victory If not re
Although ilarmola Tablets often take
off uniformly a pound of flabby fat a
day. they are quite harmless (being made
of the famous fashionable srescriDtlon:
oz. Marmola, ox. FL Ex. Cascara Aro
matic, 4V ol Peppermint Water). Conse
quently even timid ones are safe In using
them, for no 111 not even a wrinkle vr
stomach ache will follow their use. seventy-five
cents secures a targe caw at
any druggist's or by mail from the 3Iar
mola Co SCI Woodward av Detroit
Dy NIKS AH
THE little Mexican village of Do
mingo will live in the memory
of the chance visitor as a city of
dogs. The traditionally famous dogs
of Constantinople are completely out
classed by the 3,oes ot Domingo. By
day, the people of Domingo seem to
go about their affairs by suffrance
of the militant canine majority. At
night that suffrance is largely with
drawn. There is some hiterto unexplained
But It rings the jaw 0f nature which seems to decree
that Indolent peoptes shall accumu
late great numbers of 111 tempered
mongrel dogs. Tou can see this law
at work all over -the orient, where
dogs are most numerous in the poor
est cities and bazaars. The other day,
a judge In a southern city had to ad
monish a gang of negro vagabonds
that none of them would be permitted
to keep more than two useless dogs;
rabbit hounds, coon dogs and other
respectable canines being exempted as
necessary laborers in a necessary In
dustry. Everywhere, this tendency of
the lazy man to acquire superfluous
dogs crops out. but It reaches its full
flower in Domingo.
The village is a little cluster of
adobe houses, perched on the batik of
an arroyo one of those de3ert water-
BUY "WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Sf HELP WIN THE WAR
120, $22.50 And $25
NEW SPRING SUITS
MORE EXCITEMENT FOR THE SECOND FLOOR
WE offer for Saturday selling a special rack of regular $20, $22.50
and $25 Spring Suits at a reduction that is very unusual. All se
lected. from our regular stocks. Shown in
WOOL POPLINS, SERGES, BURELLAS, BLACK
S' WHITE CHECKS, ETC.
Plain tailored, pleated, ruffle and flare models in such beautiful Spring
colors as grey, Copenhagen, tan andnaoy. Also black md blacker white
checks. Some very attractive belled models with
pockets. Up to $25 values, SA TURD A Y ONLY. . . .
only. $2 values.
Sattrrday 6:00 To 8:30 P. M.
12.00 SILK 10
WT OMEN'S and Misses' all pure silk
rr ribbed Vests in pink and cream, tape,
band and hand crocheted tops and shoulder
straps. Sues 5 and e c- in
Sale Silk H Q0
satin and crepe
chine camisoles in
pink and -white. All
'with laces and rib
bons. Marvelous Sf
values at ... . Ti
ALL DAY SPECIALS
50c SIZE POPPY QQ
FACE POWDEH OOC
50c SIZE BOTTLES QQ
OF HERPICI DE .OVC
20c SIZE BASS PEARS' -fT
SCENTED SOAP... ...... .IOC
ISC SIZE CANS JAP 4t
ROSE TALCUM .....11C
25C SIZE BOTTLES ' -fQ
PERFUMED AMMONIA .XuC
10c LAMB'S WOOL
POWDER PUFFS -.-...SJC
Sat Night 6 to 8:30
EXTRA 50c Site BotUes of "Hai
ti," the Famons Dry QQ
Cleaner, Special OOC
EXTRA 25c Size BotUes Holmes'
Frostilla, Hand. Lotion, 4 Q
!eBsational Values Ob The J
Specials for Girls
75C RIBBONS 59c A special sale
of dainty Easter Hair Bow and
Sash Ribbons' in pink, blue, white
and darker colors. PTQ
75c values for 11 C
15C MUSLIN WEAR 10c Chil
dren's under. waists and drawers
in sizes 2 to 12 years. Made of
soft sheer muslin. Drawers em
broidery trimmed. 15c values.
Special, the (
$3.00 EASTER DRESSES $1.95
Girls' white lawn and organdie
dresses in sizes G to 14 years. AH
beautifully trimmed. &-i QpT
$3.00 values, Special. . .71. J V
1X77 OMEN'S two-clasp French
" Lambskin in all white and
white with black embroidered backs:
$130 values. Special $1.00
n HILDREN'S medium weight 2x2
double thread ribbed school ho
siery with double soles, heels and
toes. Sizes 6 to 9J$. 20c values.
25c SUMMER &
COTTON VESTS.! VC
TS7T OMEN'S fine light weight
sleeveless cotton Vests with
well taped neck and shoulder straps.
Sizes up to 9. 25c values. Spe
OA DOZEN Novelty Lace and Net
J-' Jabots in cream and whits
imitation fillet lace, Venise and. Val
lace. 95c values. Special.... 49c
SILK HOSE .
vyr OMEN'S fine sheer black silk
Vv Hosiery, with double silk lisle
soles, heels and toes. Deep garter
tops. $1.00 values. Special. . 79c
$2.00 SPRING 1
D OYAL Worcester and "Betty"
k makes. Shown in white batiste
and coutiL Back lace models with
low bust and long hips. $2.00 val
ues, Special 1.39
Big Specials Saturday
CHILDREN'S DRESSES 98c Fresh
new gingham and Madras dresses for
children. Plaids and white. $1.25
and $1.50 values, AQ
$355 PETTICOATS $2.98 Taffetas
and Jersey top styles in all colors,
including black. Ruffle
flounces. $3.D5 values
f 2.95 House Z 1 A Q
Blue Chambray and gingham
House Dresses and Maids' Uni
forms in all sizes. Shown in Co
penhagen blue onlv. New waist
line effect. $2.95 " G.4 AQ
9SS3 COATS FOR $458 Wool Chin
chillas in white. Also flannel plaids
trimmed with white. All sizes for
women and misses.
$858 DRESSES $558 All silk taf
feta, satin and poplin dresses for wo
men and blisses. New light shades.
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF MOTH PROOF BAGS, 50c TO $1.50
"Little PlazaPhone 4580"
leeOurSat. Herald Ady. for an Important Announcement
courses that are dry for 50 weeks
in the year, and a raging torrent for
the other two. The people are a
kindly lot. given to cigarettes, con
versation and the singing of long
ballads with KTiltar acconiDaniment:
but the dogs are not In the least soft
ened Dy any of these elevating influences.
They are a rack of the most non
descript Varieties. Including every
size. age. color and facial angle that
ever howled at a moon, but the cre-
ailing type Is something that an-
prozimates the coyote ot the neigh-1
boring ranges. By day. they lie in
every shaded corner of the walled
areas, across every doorstep, behind
every discarded box and barrel. They
confine their activities for the moat
part to low growls at every disturb
ance, with an occasional snap at t!'e
alikle of a passerby.
II a single dog musters energv
enough to get up and bark, all his
brethren join him at om'e. r he de
fides to base something, the p i. k
at his n !! looking Hki- a sun- ..u'"
rf Kipiug i Jur-sle V' im Bv
nis&t. the w.ld an "nal la the b at s
comes to the surface, and they wan
der to and fro In a restless mass, j
howling and quarreling. Any human '
who walks about the village at night
carries a long club, and usually gets '
occasion to use it.
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trlil attorn, In tir,nl,Hn. ihir:
U! caes of du" tti-fi, 1 mar-c,! i-nu
mil It 1- Nr dut ti trj jrel nrrjig
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