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The other great Aaierlcan national
Mmo ! dow on. Till one ha no
Vlth capital of $5.oon,ooo thi hero
business offer fine opening for
Woman never wade around the
cpdge of an argument. She dlvee Id
and then swims oat if he can.
The man who pend hi time think
ing what he would do It he had a mil
linn dollars never gets a million dol
An up-to-date Boston undertaker
ow describes himself as a "morti
cian." Hia Latin la. as bad as his
It was peculiarly appropriate that
aa Inventor of air ships should have
been blown up by an empty whisky
The St Dunstan edition of Dickens,
ISO volumes, at 11.000 a volume, will
hardly become popular In circulating
Dean Tufts of Chicago university
describes flirting as good mental ex
ercise. Then the dean evidently favors
A woman always thinks she could
save a great deal of money if the man
who earns It for hrr spent less.
New York Pres.
An unfortunate woman has gone
rraxy through trying to keep secrets.
There seems to be co danger of an
tpidemic of this sort. ,
The Patagonians object to jbelng
fcotojrraphed. A glance at the pie
jure of one explains why ttey should
sstertain these objections.
Sir Charles Dilke will now be voted
i loveliest man in all England. . lie
baa come out flat-footed for the admis
sion of women to parliament.
That whirring sound that comes
from New Jersey Is simply Harrlman
grinding his tomahawk before once
more taking the trail after "Jim" Hill.
A New York alienist declares that
Hetty Green is Insane. Tut: Tut!
Hetty hasn't been going around vol
untarily to have her taxes raised, has
A Chicago policeman was robbed of
part of his uniform while he was at
tending church.' No policeman has
eever complained of having lost any
thing In a saloon.
The handsome young woman who
allowed a hairdresser's bill for dyeing
her tresses to get Into the court and
the newspaper must have the cour
age cf her convictions.
"Strikes are hell." say EUhop
Spalding. They are; tbey are. Any
good batter who has made three of
them when a home run was needed
will agree with the bishop.
A New Jersey woman who wants a
divorce because her husband smoke
pipe indoors, might have broken
bin of the habit, maybe. If she had
begun smoking cigarettes herself.
If the South Carolina Supreme court
smstalns the decision that a woman
bogged on a railroad train Is entitled
to damages from the company, the
tempting tunnel will have to be abol
ished. A California expert offers to exter
minate the gypsy moth in Massarhu
Bolts for ffiu.noo, by Importing para
aites from Kurope. And then bow
tlue-a he propose to rxtvrminate the
It wcutd t hard to convince a
young lady wlib a pretty new bathing
ault that there was anything Immoral
about tikltig a suu batb on tb sand
In spite of the horrified reclamations
of foreign visitor.
They are now teaching life Insur
ance la some of the college Jut as
If the agent were not already so
good that they "rlle" for so much
that It leaves us all wrong when va
cation time comes.
A French scientist announce that
men may live to be hundred of year
old If tbey will only drink plenty of,
aca water. Unfortunately, however,
be las neglected to explain whether It
ahould be boiled or not.
In an Interview with a correspond
ent, Mr. Andrew Carnegie tell what
be would do If he were a newpaperi
roan. One thing be woulua t do under
those circumstance 1 to five away a
few million every year.
A Connecticut roan has Invented
machine which he claims will enable
blm to fly like a bird. He refuse to
divulge the Idea until the machine Is
completed, but the village undertaker,
a well a hi distant relative, la
A Wisconsin man ran away with an
other man wife a result of the
"harmouy of aoul wrou&bt through
the medium of miuilc." The super
fluous husband probably played the
ante Important musical part that I
started by a fractured strlcg.
JAPS CR0S3CD VALU CATURDAV
AND ATTACKED RUSSIANS.
JAP'S LOSS AB3UT 700, RUSSIAN 800
Jape Captured Twenty-eight Gun and
Many Prisoner Russian Cft
Flank Turned and Front Swept
Away Japanese Now In a Domin
ating Position en Bank of Yalu,
TOKIO. (Special.) A supplemental
report from General Kurokl, covering
Sunday fighting, says:
"The Rusiana made two stands. The
enemy' strength Included all of the
Third division, two regiment of the
Sixth division, one cavalry brigde,
about forty quick-firing guns and eight
"We have taken twenty-eight quick
firing gun, many rifles, much am
munition, more than twenty officers
and many non-commlsioned officers
and men as prisoner.
"I am Informed that Generals Zar.o
lltch and Castollnskl were wounded.
"Our casutalties number abont 700
and the Russian loss Is more than 800
TOKIO. (Special.) After five day
of fighting, largely with artillery, the
first Japanese army, under General
Kudokl, has forced a crossing of the
YaJu river, and Sunday, with a gallant
Infantry charge, covering a frontage
cf four miles, It drove the Russians
from Chlu Tien Cheng and the heights
on the right bank of the Iho or Alda
river, which enter the Yalu from the
north almost opposite Wiju. The Jap
anese turned the left Tank of the
Ruslan position, and in the battle of
Sunday they swept away the new front
Interposed by the Russian to check
their onward movement.
The present position of the Japanese
Is a dominating one. and they may
force the abandonment of the defenses
erected by the Russians at Antung and
other points lower down the river.
General Kudokl began the move
ment on Tuesday by ordering a de
tachment of the Imperial guards' di
vision to seize the island of Kurlto,
which Is in the Yalu, above Wlju, and
a detachment of the Second division
to seize the island of Klnteito, which
Is situated below Wlju. The detach
ment of the Imperial guards met with
some resistance, but succeeded In
clearing the enemy out and occupied
Kurlto Island. The Russians aban
doned the Island of Kln'.elto when at
tacked by the detachment of the Sec
- The actual looses sustained by the
detachment of the In erial guards are
not know n, as there Is an error In that
part of the message received here re
ferring to the number killed, but nine
of the detachment were severely and
sixteen were slightly wounded. The
defacement of the Second division
which took the island of Klnteito sus
tained no losses.
During these movements on the Is
lands, the Russians opened fire on the
Japanese with eight PI centimeter
guns from a hill behind Chlu Tien
Cheng and two Hotchkiss guns which
were mounted on the bank of the river
at Kosan, where the Russians seemed
to have established their headquarter.
One battery of Japanese artillery
which had taken a position on a hill,
to the east of Wiju, fired three volleys
at Kosan and at noon of Tuesday the
Russian batteries behind Chlu Tien
Cheng shelled Wlju. wounding one
Japanese soldier with shrapnel. On
Wednesday the Russians resumed the
bombardment of Wlju, firing at inter
val throughout the day. The Japanese j
ertlllery did not respond to this tire.
The Russians resumed their bo-n-bardmenl
on Thursday, but It was gen
erally Ineffective. Subsequently, Gen
eral Kukorl ordered two companies of
the Imperial guard to cross the Yalu
and make a reconnaissance along the
left bank of the Ilio for the purpof.e
of discovering the character of the
Rnsalar. fortifications along the heights
on the right bank of the river. The
Japanese force advanced toward Ko
san. and then dispatched a small de
tachment to the village, where a party
lit Russian wa encountered. In the
engagement five Russians were killed.
The Russian shelled the reconnoitr
ing party from an emplacement In the
bill in the southeastern part of Yo
shoko. This fire was without effect
Tba Russian artillery on the hill
behind Chlu Tien Cheng, firing at a
high angle, opened nn Wlju, the ls-
land of Kurlto awl Selkdo. to the
south of Wlju. where tome Japanese
batterle- had taken position. This fir.
leg continued Into Thursday night
and General Kurokl reports that, while
It was Ineffective, It disturbed hi
preparation for an attack. The Rus
sian resumed the shelling of Wlju
Frty, but the Japanese gun did not
The twelfth division of the Japan -
et army wa chosen to make the;
Dldnt Need the Coffin.
MOl'NTAIN VIEW, O. T. (Special.)
Charles Ward, a farmer living north of
here, wa burled beneath ten or
twelve feet of earth In a caveln nn
hi farm Saturday. He wa digging
a well when (re accident h.apjM-ned.
and, although hi friend commenced
digging at once to get hlin out, they
believed him dead. So sure were tbey
that Ward wa dead that hi coffin
bad been or-""4 After taking out
several warnn of earth and tone
It wa dlcnver that he wa prae-
fimt crossing of the Yalu. It began
It preparation cn Friday by driving
the Russian from their position on
the bank of the river opposite But
kochln. which I eight mile alwive
Wlju and lb point selected for the
crossing. Thl division constructed
a pontoon bridge over tho river, and
at 3 o'clock Saturday morning It be
gan crossing.' The entire div'.slon
passed over the river during tho day
and by 6 o'clock Saturday evening
It was In the position assigned to It
for the battle of Sunday.
A bridge acros the main tream of
the Yalu Just above Wlju was com
pleted at o'clock Saturday night and
the second Japanese division and the
Imperial guard Immediately began
crossing. They advanced and occu
pied the hill back of Kosan, facing
the Russian position on the right bank
of the river. All through Saturday
night regiment after regiment of
Japanese soldier poured acros the
bridge and at a late hour Saturday
night General Kurokl telegraphed to
the general staff of the army:
"I will attack the enemy on May 1
True to hi promise, General Kurokl
t daylight today centered all hi ar
tillery on the Russian position between
Chlu Tien Cheng and Yoshoko. To
this fire the Russian made reply Ith
ail their batteries.
At 7 o'clock in the morning the Rus
sian battery at Yoshoko was silenced
and half an hour later General Ku
rokl ordered hi line, stretching for
fotir miles, to attack. The Japanese
Infantry, on the word of command.
charged across the Iho. wading that
stream breaat deep and began storm
ing the height at fifteen minute
At 9 o'clock they had swept the
Russian line back across the plateau.
PRINCESS RIDES ASTRIDE.
Victoria of Wale Ha Adopted trie
New Style for Horsewomen.
LONDON. (Special.) The youthful
Princes Victoria of Wales is being
taught to ride astride. This fact I
not astonishing, for although the an
cient prejudice in favor of the side
saddle for womjsn Is uncommonly long
In dying, the ride astride tyle has
made a bold bid for opularity la re
cent years. The coluttn of the fash-
Ion papers contain hundreds of adver
tisements setting forth the advan
tages of the new astride skirt, aud
many of tae best known ladles' tailors
have found It necessary to make spe
cial arrangements to cope with the de
mands in this direction.
Princess Victoria' costume tnrludea
a kilted skirt and a double breasted
reeter. When oo horseback no one
would know that she wa following
the new style but for the fact that her
skirt appears cn both tlJvs of the
FOUR MEN DROWNED.
Were Hunting Ducks en a Minnesota
Lake and Boats Capsittd.
Dl'LI'TH, MINN. (Special.) Four
men, empli)es of the Davidson & Me
Rae ranch In Altken county, ere
drown! Sunday in Rice lake, eight
miles southwest of Kimberly. Minn.
Their names were Gilbert Ne and
Christopher Peterson, of Duiuth; Os
car Johnson of Superior and Muken
Overland of Winona. The bodies of
the drowned men had not been re
covered up to a late hour Sunday
Overland and Johnson were In
one-man duck boat and Peterson and
Ness in a two-man durk boat. When
about half a mile from the shore the
former boat capslied. and Ness aad
I'eterson, in trying to rescue the oth
er, ovtrturned their on boat.
Warship to Visit Havana.
HAVANA (Special.) The 1'nltcd
States cruiser Olympla. the battle
ship Ohio and Alabama and tho
cruiser Haltlmore are expected to an
rlvst here from I'ensaeola next week,
on a visit largely Illustrative of the
good ifficlat social relation now ex
Utlng between Cuba and the li.lted
Mate, r-reaiuent raima will give a
dinner and hold a reception in honor
of the officer f the squadron, and a
general reception for the men will be
given at the residence of I'nlted States
Minister Huulre. The fact that fhe
minister' family I In mourning for
hia on precludes the holding of any
Will Reclaim Hug Swamp.
CAIXJARY. N. W. T. (Special.) The
Canadian Pacific Hallway company
thl yer will commence the largest
Irrigation ch:one ever undertaken and
br It will reclaim over 3.0K).ooO acre
of swamp land and make them suit-
able for farm purpones. The company
will commence br dredging the main
canal, which will be twenty miles
long, and will reclaim over J.OoO.OoO
acres of land. The area to be Irri
gated extends from here west to
Ijingdon and to Jumping Der creek.
There will be ten reservoir to b
, deepened from the natural dprslon
Will Buy In England Instead.
SHANGHAI (Special ) Two Chi
nese officials, the TaotaU Chang mi
Key, who proposed to visit the t'nlted
State to buy machinery for the gov.
ernment arsenal at Bite Chwan, have
changed their minds, owing to the re
striction enforced' at San Francisco
upon Incoming Chinese), and will now
go to Ktigland to make their pur
When a fellow take his beat girl
out boat lag be doesu't alay bug the
IT IS NOW OPEN
AT NOON, PRESIDENT ROOSE
VILT PRESSED THE BUTTON.
AN ENORMOUS CROWD IN ATTENDANCE
Exercise Were More Serious Than
Resplendent Key Turned Over,
Half a Doxan People Speak, World's
Fair Choru Sung, and Then th
Wheel Did Mov.
ST. UH'IS. (Special.) St Louli
ba prepared for the greatest day In
her history. Saturday, at noon, her
great exposition, upon which the city
ba lavished millions of money, tc
which her people have devoted years
of her best endeavors, and for which
they have labored with infinite pa
tlence and persistence, waa thrown
Open to the world.
All of Friday and all of Friday night
the people have worked with desper
ate energy to accomplish the thousand
and one things that always remain to
be done at the last moment. At the
exposition ground 30,tkM) men worked
all day putting the final touches upon
the grounds, buildings, sidewalks,
cleaning buildings, removing scaffold
ing and arranging exhibit. The work
continued without cessation, until
In the downtown street and resi
dence districts the decorations are pro
fuse aud beautiful. The exercises on
the opening day were more serious
than resplendent. There wa com
paratively little of the glittering
pageant that marked the dedication
exercise a year ago, but the cere
monies preceding the formal opening
were none the les Interesting. At 9
o'clock in the morning all the high
dignitaries of the exposition met at
the Administration building and. bead
ed by a band, marched to the Plara
of St. Louis, In the center of the ex
position grounds. Representative of
foreign government met at the bail of
congress at the same hour and timed
their parade to the plara o so to ar
rive at the same moment the exposi
tion official marched in from the op
posite direction. At the same time,
representative of state and territorial
government entered the plaia from a
third avenue, having previously
formed at the I'nlted State building.
After the gathering w formaily
called to order by President Francis
the Rev. Frank K. Gunsaulus, t.f Chi
cago, delivered the Invocation. At the
conclusion of the prayer Director of
Works Isaac S. Taylor delivered the
keya of the building to President
Francis, who In turn transferred the
building to Frederick J. V. Skiff, the
director of exhibit. The rhimn
Hymn of the West." the word by K.b
mund Clarence Stedman, and muslr
by John Knowle Paine, wa then
sung and addresses made ly the fol
lowing gentlemen: Mayor Wells, ol
St. Louis; Hon. Thomas T. Carter,
president of the national commission:
Senator H. E. Ilurnham. of New
Hampshire. In be half of the I'nlted
States senate; Cunsresmaa James A.
Tawney. of Minnesota, for the national
house of representatives: Cemra!
Albino R. Nuncio, of New York for
the exhibitors. The last speech of the
day was by Secretary of War William
II. Taft and at It conclusion the sig
nal wa given to President Roosevelt
in the White Kouse. the golden key
wa pressed, the cascade sent down
their flood, the thousand of banners
were unfurled and the. great Uxilslana
Purchase Exposition wa open to tlt
CHARLES ROCKER TO HANG.
Convicted of Killing lowan Whose
Widow He Married Later.
ROCK RAPIDS, I.V (Special.) A
Jury Friday found ('herb Kker
guilty of the murder ef Auuust
Schrocder at Ihxm. la. June Jo. i!oo.
and fixed the penalty at death. H-vker
worked for SehrtM'der on a firm.
Rocker gave Schroeder drucsed
Wlilnky and when B'hroeder berjmr
unronsrtoii Rocker beat blm to death
and hanged the body In a barn to sug
gent suicide. Ijiter llorser married
Mr. Srbroeder, who had secured It,
(0 Insurance on her huland' life,
and the couple went to FJKton. S. D
When a child was born linker pror
posed to kill It. and when Mr
Schroeder protested against th sug
gestion Rcker told her that he had
killed Schroe-der. Mr. Schroeder ap
peared a the principal witness. It
wa shown that the second marriage
wa void, as Rocker had a wife, living
from whom he had not been di
Fifty Bodie Recovered.
MADRID (Special. I The caving
In of a coal mine at Toclna. Seville.
burled many miner. Fifty bodle have
been recovered. Ten of the miner
were rescued, but all of them are badly
Nearly all commuters imagine badet
It a suburb of beaven.
Judge and Sheriff Indicted.
EDWAKD8V1LLE, ILL. (SpeciaL)
The Madison county grand Jury la e
Ion here baa Indicted Judge Alexan
der W. llobe. presiding In the city
court at Alton, for misconduct In of
flee. Three Indictment were also re
turned agalntt Sheriff Q. Frank
Crowe, of Madison county. The
charge In the Indictment against
Sheriff Crow grow out of the cltUeu
raid on the Madison pool room la
winter. It I alleged the sheriff ueg
lected to rv warraatt oa attach.
SHE SAYS THEY ARC IMMORAL.
Missionary Accuse U. S. Consular
Officer In Liberia.
WASHINGTON. (Spviial) Charge
t gross Immorality on the part t
consular official located In Liberia
were made by Mis A. A. Klulti, one
of the speaker at Thursday' etiuu
of the Florence Crlttenton mlsslou, In
a talk on "Preventive and Rescue
Work for Girl In Africa." Ml Klelu
has been In Liberia a a missionary t(
the Ltitheran church, stationed at
Muhlenberg, thirty-five mile from the
capital, but almost Infinitely removed,
ahe explained, from the civilisation ot
that city. She aaid foreign consuls,
when on their way to the Interior on
business, frequently stopped at ber
mission station, where, (he said, they
would speak lightly of their licentious
excesses. Native women, she said,
were regarded by these consuls as
legitimate prey, criminal assault was
common, and In many instances, un
concealed. Mis Klein declared the natlvee, at
least In the vicinity where ahe wa
stationed, uphold a high standard ot
moral. Adultery Is punished by aton
ing to death, and the Dative live close
ly according to the Mosaic laws. The
conditions she described, she said, had
PTeatly impeded the work of the mis
sionaries. Mis Klein specifically ex
empted Rev. Ernest I.yong, the l'nitd
State Consul at Monrovia, the capital,
from the charge made against the
other consular official and paid a
blgh tribute to him.
Mrs. Ellon Spencer Mussey. of
Washington, D. C, dicused "State
Law Pertaining to Adultery and Il
legitimacy." One great defect In the
laws of many state, she said, I that
an Illegitimate child cannot Inherit
from It father, even if the father ha
acknowledged hi paternity. She
strongly commended the establish-'
ment of Juvenile court. Mr. Kate V.
Harrett said that In New Jersey and
Pennsylvania young girl are carefully
protected by the law governing crim
inal seduction, and In their administra
tion, but. In the South, she said, U is
almost Impossible to secure conviction
under the law. '
There were a number of other a1
dresse during the day and a discus
sion of what can be done for the work
ing girl at the St. Limit exposition.
II. II. Hart of Chicago talked on the
duty of the community to Illegitimate
children, and Dr. J. (I. Keilogg and Ir.
and Mr. Paulson, of Rattle Creek.
Mich., discussed the relation of health
to moral regeneration.
Stick to It.
0 prim little postage stamp, "bolJing
In manner so winning and ntle.
That yuu're "stuck oo" your task 1!
And yet. you're not two-cent Iraental.
1 have noted with pride that through
thick and through thin
You cling to the thing till you do Ik
ind hatever your aim you are cer
tain to w in
Itccause yua seem bound to stick
Sometime when I f-ei Just like shirk
ing a task.
Or "rhucklng" the work I'm pursu
ing. I recall your stick to-lt tiveoes and 1
"Would a postage stamp do as I'm
Then I turn to whatever my hands are
And with fortified purpoe renew It.
And the end soon encompass, for
which I set out.
If only, like you, I stick to II.
The sage declare that true genius. o
1 simply the will to "keep at It."
A "won't give up" purpose I never
No matter what foe may roml ct It.
And most of mankind's vaunt-d prog
res I made,
O stamp? If the world only knew H.
1 1 y noting the wU.bou width you bat
In sticking adhesively to It.
More Ccnacience Money,
Ml'SKOGKK. I. T (Special) D
pot Aunt Htcnnetf. of the Choctaw
railway company, atatiiun-d at Ander
son. I. T., I In receipt nf a letter from
a woman In Kvirette, Wash., who Is
apparently conscience stric ken by ra
on of the fact that In 19" J she beat
the compauy by carrying "excess" bag
gage. She say she bad 2:0 pound ol
"excess." and now she want to pay
for ber transgre-sslon. Thl sudden
resolution she attribute to the fart
that she ba been attending a carno
meetlng. More Boer fcr Msslco.
CHlHl'AHl'A. MEXICO (Special )
It 1 stated by one of the Doer agent
In tbl city that 500 IWr families are
expected to arrive ber non to estab
lish a colony near Mesqult. The col
ony established near here about a year
ago I flourishing.
BRIE FbTt iTc FN E W S.
Falrmount college, at Wlrhita, I to
have a new U'O.OnO men' dormitory. 2
The member of the Isthmian canal
commission have returned to Wash
ington from a tour of Inspection of the
recently acquired canal property on
the Isthmus and will meet ber next
Robert Mann Wood, of Jollet. was
unanimously elected Illinois depart
ment eommaader of the O. A. R.
The ladle of the Q, A. R. elected
Mr. John I). MrClure, of Peoria, at
X Ray Reveal Pearl.
V. Dubois, In a paper before tba
Academy of Science, Part, show a
that It It possible, by means of th
Roentgen rsys, to rxam'.ne tha living
ovsler without In any way Injuring It,
and to ascertain whether or not It
contain a pearl. If It contains only
a tiny pearl the oyster 1 returned,
and I allowed to live until the disease
ba developed a large pearl.
The World Fair.
In making your arrangement for
the World Fair at St. Loul thla
summer, If you consider convenience
and savin of lime, you will take the
Wabash Railroad as It runs by and
stop at Its Station at the entrance of
the Fair Grounds; thus saving sev
eral mile run and return, and the In
evitable Jam at he big Union Station.
By ail means consider the advantages
of the Wabash.
To be a successful bookkeeper it le
necessary to first be a successful book
Ask Tenr Psejer roe aUecl rt-KaM
A powder. It revs the feet. Cures Corns.
Sweating Keel aod Ingrowing Najls. Alien
Foot-Ease makes new of tight rhoeseuy. At
all Drugipsts and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cept do substitute. Sample mailed Fein.
Addles Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
The average young girl prefer
quantity to quality In the mattea of
Insist en Getting It
loca grocer say thev don't keep D
flano Htarcb berwuM tbey hew a sto la
baad of IS ew brands, wbk-k tber know
cwanot be eokl to a eontomar wbo bae one
jaed the 10 o. pkg. iMOaoc blare b for
-The manicure girl has no use for
the finger of scorn.
'The letter ol Miss Merkky,'
whose picture Is printed above,
proves beyond question that
thousands of cases ol inflamma
tion ot the ovaries and womb
are annually cured by the use ot
Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vejctab'e
TtAB Mas. rnnrrtAxu Gradual
lota of strength aud nerve forr told
mi something waa radically s
with me. 1 baJ severe shooting pain
through the pelvic er?at. cramp I1
rxtrvme irritation compelled nx to
ecrk medical ait I r. The doetor uid
that I b4 ovarian trouble and ulcera
tion, and adriM-ei an operation. t
atronglv obWtcd to thla and decided,
to try l.yilli l' I'tnkh&tit'a Vc-ere-table
Compound. 1 mua found O.at
my Judgment waa correct, and that all
the good, things aaid a Unit thi m-)l-ciue
were true, and day by day 1 frit
lea pain and increased appetite. The
ulecrittlnn anon heeled, and the other
complication dlsa'.icaml. and la
eleven week I wa once more trotig
aad vigorous and perfectly well.
" Vy heartiest tUauka arts aeat to
yov for the grvat good von have dona
me." Sincerely vours, Mia MisiiiMT
Mraat.iT, m third et, Milwaukee,
Wla. ISOOO futtr If ftt rf Om totter
irft fHmimnm mmt ee cema
us. yoi DtAits rot Tilt
MADt f AMOUi tY A DIPUTATKON
tAUNDtNG OYW MOSt THAN
i 4 . ivur a u.Fviuti. j'
B-s.. I U W C w O sarmt nit end ,
VYV halt r me of IS best ..-A
I V V snaUnoJa tn bW r yello.
It'll fre all birvit of v.t we ri. " '
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