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Chanter I Marian Tnul U
Ventnor turn their backs upon upper
"" aocieiy in Ktn xork, and
retire to a near-by town. It is a
fad of Marian's and distasteful to
ner companion. Their bouse is twin
to an adjoining one. II Dr Hugh
Larremcre lires next door. Return
loir lata ona event no-, he atnmhlM
into the wrong hoase and comes upon
a vision of loveliness Marian in a
mow white wrapper by a glowing
ii ure. no retreats, alter an
apology, which is received with a
pleasant smile. At his own fireside
be eneounters a nagging, petulant
Marian frequently passed Hugh on
tbe sin after this, and always with a
slight, neighborly nod. Sometimes lie
fancied that ah looked at him with an
awakening interest that could not foil
to pleat him. He began to watch tor
and hope for theM chance meetings.
They were bright spots in long, nnva
tying day aud gradually came to re
sume in hi eyes an importance alnioet
His other neighbors gossiped and won
dered about her, each with hi own the
ory a to her antecedent, former home
and social statu. She was in torn the
audacious young English woman whose
shocking novel bad made tbe critic
howl after the manner of critics; she
wa some relative of the man who had
been murdered, and, like a heroine cf
sensational romance, bad returned to
tbe houie to search for a clew ; it would
be her victory to unearth and bring the
guilty one to a justice too lung delayed;
be was tl nieco or daughter of the
eccentric looking, artificially tinted
woman who lived with her, who wore
white lace petticoats even in rainy
weather; they were both in hiding from
somebody. To these and other specula
tion Hngb lih-tencd. Hi wife chattered
endlemly of her new neighbors end
bad taken to peering from behind the
Some people raved over the younger
one' beauty. Did Hugh think her sc
handsome? Sho didn't. There wa style
to her, to be sure, and a something
"princewy" in her carriage and expres
sion. She mnst be awfully rich, too, to
wear the gown niie did.
Hugh remarked that be thought her
gown simple. Oh, yes, they were sim
ple, bet u man did not kuow the differ
ence bctwucu a giugbuui whan cut "-a
a poem and a silk or velvet that tSjCyt
cont half a lunch. But as to downright
beauty well, rhe was rather good look
ing ye, certainly, but too pale, too
tall and too dark to be called really
beautiful in fact, too much of every
thing that Jenny was not.'
"It's evident that they want to keep
to themselves. Have you noticed?" she
asked one morning at breakfast. "I
think tbey are dreadfully stock up. Per
haps they think themselves better than
the rest of us. The idea! Look at Mrs.
Elliston. She thought it would be only
commonly polite to call, nnd tho serv
ant said they were both out, although
Mrs. ElliMtou said she was rare the
heard somebody tuning' a violin. Of
course she left a card, but tbey haven't
returned the visit"
"1 can fancy a worse fate than being
loft alone," said jjngh dtyly, a mean
ing in bis smile. "I begin to think them
very sensible." '
"Oh, of course yori would. Just shut
yon up in that study of yours, and yon
are glad to mope. Uive me a man who
likes society. " And Jenny gave her head
toe. "I'm glad I'm not queer. "
"Which implies that I am. My dear,
pray consider my feelings. Fancy the
horror of being called different from tbe
other people about here. "
"Oh, you think I don't know what
you mean? You are sneering yes, you
are. i m nos as stupid as you think. "
She sat back and looked at him. He
wasmuiling slightly and provoking ly,
while looking over the morning paper,
not even regarding her to see the effect
of his Word. Here was an excellent
chance to assert her dignity and take
affront She played with her spoon
while she tried to think of something
so sharp ha would be forced to drop bis
air of indifference.
But she could not be in a bad humor
that morning. His peace offering for
their last disagreement, given manlike
for the sake of dispelling an incessant
frown, although be had thought ber un
feeling and unreasonable, was a fan
that aba had longed for ever since ber
eyes noted it gomamerlike beauty in- a
Broadway window. Only that very
morning, while still in ber nightgown,
aha bad taken it out and coqnettisbly
viewed ber eyes" in the mirror above it
lacy edge. No. Remembering the fan,
she decided ft would be bad policy to
get angry then.
For some reason that he could not or
did not try to explain Larremore bad
never said anything to bis wife of his
unceremonious entree into tbe other
bona a fortnight before and the sort
of unspoken friendliness that had sprung
np between him and this beautiful
young woman from nobody knew where.
Ha did not even know ber name, and
be felt a disinclination to be enlight
ened. Might not closer acquaintance
be disappointing? He preferred Just her
interested glsnce a she passed him on
the street, ber strange beauty that re
freshed his sight each tine.' tbe flash of
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dned wailing of her violin often coming
to bim late at night when he sat in his
study at work on the book that was the
latest child of bis brain. -
Thin was enough. Her magnetism
touched him only like a breath, yet gave
color to bis life.
But fate, in the person of Mrs. Vent
nor suffering from persistent insomnia,
sent bim a message one day, and leav
ing Jenny on the tiptoe of expectation
be found himself once more in the oth
- It hardly seemed possible that it was
a counterpart of his own as far as archi
tecture was concerned, so cunningly had
all that was ugly been hidden and ev
ery corner and window seat transformed.
He remembered with more than usu
al distaste the pictures of fat Cupids
and one sided goddesses that some for
mer resident of his house had left flar
ing iu loose splashes of color on its
walls and panels, as if to show how
badly a man could paint and yet rejoice
in it He remembered the too bright
rugs, the gaudy bric-a-brac with which
Jenny had crowded their rmall draw
ing room, and every one of tbem "bar
gains." Here was no discord. All was dainty,
delicate, harmonious. His artistic per
ception was delighted.
At the bead of the stairs, where tbe
sunlight made a subdued golden hate,
Marian was standing. She held out her
hand with a frank smile, a critical in
flection in her gaze.
"I'm vety glad you've come," she
Wa he welcome as tbe physician on
ly or as the man? He could not help
"And I am delighted to be of serv
ice," letting his eyes rest earnestly up
She was more lovely even than be
bad thought Still, what did she lack?
Was it not the something which he had
expected would radiate her face when
she spoke and smiled and so complete
its charm? There was a bright surface
lightness about her that vaguely per
plexed him. It was a curious face, that
seemed at first to confide all the secrets
of the soul beyond, but elusive and tan
talising the longer one looked. The deep
eyes moving beneath the dark, thready
laches with a crystalline glory spoke in
one way, the red lips curled by a mer
rv smile in another. She was young,
too, to have such perfect aplomb, so lit
tle entboeiasm. Everyone of her twenty
odd years had been lived twice over, to
judge by these externals. But had they
been sad or glad or bad years? Hugh
could not telL
He did not arrive at these conclusions
at once, but during the hour he passed
near her, when he carefully noted every
movement, every glance and word that
Mrs. Ventnor proved an entertaining
patient Nothing trembled her, she said,
but wakeful nights, and this was not
suiprusing when Hugh learned with
what delicacies she gorged herself at
She thanked heaven that she was not
blase. It was not ennui that kept her
staring at the ceiling when the rest of
the world slept.
"One of De Maupassant's or Belot's,
a bouquet of lilies, an easy chair, a cig
arette, and there I am. Perfectly con
tent!" she exclaimed, with an expan
sive, assuring wave of ber white hands,
laden down with splendid rings.
"You are to be envied perhaps." And
Mrs. Ventnor, for all her sloth and good
nature, was not slow to catch the slight
chill in hi tone a be turned bis eyes
from ber and looked at Marian. -
Ah, his attention now was a differ
ent thing altogether!
"And you?" he asked, with hi en
dearing smile. "Are you so easily sat
isfied?" Her very attitude and expression were
a languid denial. Site had nestled
among the multitudinous pillows of a
gold colored divan, her negligent pose
leaving exposed a quantity of tiny laoe
ruffles and a shapely foot in the most
frivolous of russet slipper.
. "On tbe contrary, "with a slow move
ment of her eyes, "I am the most rest
less, the most discontented, creature in
tbe world. Nothing please me long. "
Her glance sought his with a troubled
question that reminded him of a child
straggling with a problem.
"I wonder why I don't like things.
Dr. Larremore? I am not tired of my
self. I am not unhappy; but, ob, the
world seems to offer so little !"
"Which means that you are begin
ning to weary of your pretty hermitage.
your latest fad, so soon. Ah, didn't I
say you would? Didn't I?" said Mrs.
Ventnor, with a triumphant chuckle.
Marian gave an impatient sigh and
leaned forward, ber bands clasping ber
"Yes. I confess it I am not exactly
tired of this place yet, but I feel that I
will be soon. Where I expected near
and perfect freedom I have only bore
dom. Tbe one thing that never fails me
is my fiddle, but one cannot fiddle it
A sturdy impatience swept through
Larremore as be listened. He fancied
himself, with ber wealth and independ
ence, able to follow the now unatisoed
ambition that, owing to the limitation
of bis life, sometime torn him with
impotent frenry. And this girl did not
know what to do with her idle days I
Was tbe mentally maimed or only Tain,
fcdolest and selfish? She eeesed to ea-
!3tva4 th,?f thopghta fmaj fci- atten
tive, puzzle case,' and a Taint color
crept into her cheek, a gleam of defiance
into her eyes.
n "You are rich, are you notr be
asked brusquely. --..
. "She has three times mora money
than aba requires to be extravagant
with. 8 he spends aa much in a month
on' toilet waters and flowers as would
rapport a mechanic's family in com
fort," asserted Mrs. Ventnor.
The words hurt bim. He thought of
wretched women and little children who
looked at bim with hollow eyes during
hit visits to the poor. He thought of
tbe curse life was to some, and the cry
for bread to which he had so often lis-
tened with aching heart came surging
to his ears, a wild denunciation against
the wanton heedlessness that could so
shut out the cry of the despairing.
. Her beauty no longer softened bim.
He felt it would not be impossible to
"Have you no talent to cultivate?"
be asked her.
"There hands can't do anything but
play the fiddle. Bnt I have not patience
enough to make myself a complete mis
tress of it."
"Yon might travel." And his flexible
voice, that had so many shades of tone,
told her be was beginning to disapprove
"Travel!" she echoed lightly, bent
on provoking him and letting her lids
fall with a Fancy affectation of weari
ness. "I have traveled. When you have
done much of that, one place is as dull
aa atintlipi The hrir-lr inrl mnrtar tf i
ies are cinch alike, and a life beyond
tne paie or civilization is not to my
taste, which is, alas, so thoroughly arti
ficial." "Then why not lose yourself in a life
of pleasure? Selfish, of course, bnt ab
sorbing. Frankly, you have made a mis
take in seeking monotony here. If your
mind aud heart are utterly empty, they
will feed upon themselves. "
A little maid entered with tea and
set it out on a low Turkish table beside
"That's right, Dr. Larremore," said
Mrs. Ventnor a she held out her hand
to receive ti epp from Marian. "Give it
to her KnniMilv Kpnri ho, Ku.L-
Hugh was amazed at the spasm of
potuinu: paiu that marred the soft beau
ty of the girl's face.
"If I die from rtieer vacuity, I'll nev
er no mat, she said in a fierce, low
tone. "You'll have some to.
you?" sho added formally, then sprang
up, nun going to tne window let in a
flood of sunshine.
"Mercy, my complexion! But there
you have no pity." And with a re
signed air Mrs. Ventnor grasped a hand
Hugh rose to go. As be did jfo Mari
an luruca anu looked appealiugly at
"We have kept you too long?" she
asKca. "xoutniukuie a butterfly; you
think me a Useless enmberer of tbe
earth. I don't blame you. Yet since so
ciety does not saitify me I am nwt quite
hopeless, am I? Perhaps yon are a little
curious abuut us. We lived among a lit
erary and artistic set in New York,
many of them boliemiaiis of the most
pronounced type. I was on of them,
beeauce I, too, Mas a dabb(er in the
art. I accomplished nothing. The loose
ends of half a dozen of my good for
nothing aims are scattered through tbi
house. Enough of that. Regard me,
ploare, as an interesting failure. "
She looked frankly into hi eyes and
held out her hand.
"I like you, Dr. Larremore. You cure
diseases of tho body. Cure my mental
ailment, whatever it is. Shall I diag
nose my own case for you, as I under
Her face, now gay and slightly muti
nous, won him again. If she was heart
less, she wa at least original.
"Let me hear it, by all means," he
"It is that I have no reverence for
anything, bo love for any one. Home
tie were broken lung ago. Nobody is
necessary to mn. I miss nothing, I prize
nothing. Now, if yOU could only give
me a purpose. Ob, if you only could !'
He was " a stranger, and she was ask
ing bim to help her. How Hugh's heart
warmed at the thought ! Then the sym
pathy he had felt with her must be re
Fhe felt his hand close more surely
on bers, and be spoke from hi heart
"Put yourself where the humanity
that lie dormant in you may be quick
ened. Siend . some of your money on
charity !". bo said, bis fino eyes light
ing. "If you only knew what life really
means ! Tbe 'old pain of earth' is terri
bly real. You are free to do a you
please.. . You are wealthy. You have run
tbegainutof fashionable pleasure. Noth
ing tempts you., Try to see how it
feel to live a little fur other. " I don't
want to preach, and I'm not advising
aelf immolation, you understand. My
own life means too mnch to me to be
lieve in that. ' But since yo have no
aim" he paused, and the magnetism of
his glance thrilled ber with a new en
thusiasm "see, if only for a new sen
sation, bow it feels to ease one life of
pain. Tbe days won't seem ao long, I
promise, nor life so useless then." j
wnen ne nao reacnea tne door ne:
tarred suddenly, witb hi bcyirh nsile. j
"You hare nt told dm rem mbu " i
Til be glad to bring my wife to asa
you, if yon like."
"Yes. bring ber." the said absently,
and then added, with a soft assurance,
"We are to be friends. Dr. Larremore.
The words followed bim through the
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MATRIMONY IN EGYPT.
The Cwtma Wtalte
A you look out of your hotel window
In Cairo, you will aee a native musician
sauntering by, twanging tbe lute of the
country; then a sound like tbe tinkling
of baby cymbals interim you that the
sberbetly is going his round, with his
huge glass jar slung at bis aide, from
which be dispenses (to the unwary)
tweet, sticky drink of licorice juke or
orange simp in the brass saucers which
ha perpetually clinks in bis band. Lata
at night the sounds of eastern life in
vade your pillow. Tbe distant throbbing
of tbe naggarah tells you that a wedding
procession is making its tour, and if you
have the curiosity to get up and sally
out you will be rewarded by one of the
characteristic sight of Cairo, in which
old and new are oddly blended. Prob
ably a circumcision, is combined with
the wedding to save expense, and the
procession will be beaded by tbe bar
ber's sign, a wooden frame raised aloft,
followed by two or three gorgeously ca
parisoned camels regular stage proper
ties hired out for such occasions carry
ing drummers, and leading the way for
a series of carriages crammed with little
boys, each holding a neat white hand
kerchief to his mouth to keep out the
devil and the evil eye. Then comes a
closed carriage covered all over with a
big cashmere shawl, held down firmly
at the side by brothers and other rela
tion of tbe imprisoned bride ; then more
carriages and a general crowd of sym
pathisers. More rarely the bride is borne
in a cashmere covered litter swung be
tween two camels, fore and aft; the
bind camel must tuck hi bead under
the litter, and is probably quite as un
comforteble as the bride, who run a
fair chance of seasickness in her rolling
In the old days the bride walked
through tbe streets under a canopy car
ried by her friends, bnt this is now
quite out of fashion, and European car
riages are rapidly ousting even the
camel litters. But the cashmere shawl
and the veil will not soon be abandoned.
The Egyptian woman is, at least in
public generally modest She detects a
stranger's glance with magical rapidity,
even when to all appearance looking the
other way, and forthwith tbe veil is
pulled closer over her mouth and nose.
When she meets you face to face, she
does not drop her big eyes in the absurd
fashion of western modesty. Sho calmly
turns them away from you. It is mnch
more cutting really. Saturday Be-
GOVERNOR TOM JOHNSON.
A Stubborn Patriot to Whoaa This Coaa
try owe a Great Debt.
In a storied burial ground in Fred
derick, "in his narrow bed," sleeps one
whose name never fails to stir the heart
of the old Marylander with lively emo
tions of admiration and affection Gov
ernor Tom Johnson, that audacious and
stubborn patriot of whom John Adams
said that be was one of four citizens of
Maryland and Virginia "without whom
there would have been no Revolution,"
although, in affected scorn of bim, a
British officer, writing to bis people at
borne, had assured them, "There is no
need to be alarmed by all this noise in
tbe colonies, which is mainly made by
a boy named Tom Johnson. ' '
"That pestilent rebel" of tbe British
war office was the trusty, loving friend
of Washington, whom he nominated to
be commander in chief of all the armies
of tbe United colonies; member of the
first congress and of the convention
which adopted the constitution of the
United States ; first governor of Mary
land, and an associate justice of the
supreme court, and he wa twice urged
to accept the portfolio of secretary of
Mate. He was in his day the first citi
zen of Maryland, and in all the colonies
the Revolution disclosed no wiser,
stronger, sweeter character than his
who joined the fortitude of the warrior
with the foresight of the statesman in
the temperament of an eager, dauntless
boy. John Williamson Palmer in Cen
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A new argument against college ath
letic baa been invented tbe deplorable
effect which they have on "good Eng
lish" by. grafting upon it "the coarse
language of sports. " The plea, say the
New York Times, is truly amusing.
What on earth is "good English" any
how? So far as we Vnow, there is no
English better than English, and no
writer thereof has ever hesitated to use
new word from any source, provided
thev expressed an idea mora clearly, nr
even more picturesquely, than did tboae
wnicn lormea tne vocabulary of hi
grandfather. Shakespeare is full of tbe
"language of sports," ranging from fal
conry to pugilism, and if be lived today
it is absolutely certain that he would
clean word from tbe football flaMa
and that college professor would de
nounce mm lor it Heaily great men are
like tbe common people, in that they
never make a fetich of thm narta f
speech, never imagine tbat dictionaries
or grammar settle anything, and never
make the mistake of confoundina- a liva
tongue with dead one.
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"I kBOW it Bnt I can't tall fa
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. Tnonaa Houjuax. AdnlnWtrau.
a m i
Brteteof KHzabfUi Wlrlf. derraard.
naaaaetelgpod beTina keen appointed edmtp.
viator of the eeUta efllixit-MkWIrlf. lueof
" e a uxineia wirtr. late of
taa coantyof Hoc lalaad. otaio of niinoia.de
ceeaed. hereby atone notice tat k. arfii -
before tbe coenty coart of Bock Ulead coaa
a tbe oMee of the clerk eaid rxun. in
the city of Bock leiaad. at lue May term on tne
rat bland., in M. . i.i..-
Petaoaa hertn claim, eyaet eaid ee.
ne naMaedaad teeaeetedtoatteoa forthe
"ri""" or win; tea faate edjaeled.
All paieoM Indebted to said eetate art rea ant
el to Bl.l MMll.t. . .L- .
mriiieu mi um anaer-
OMeatnl SMhdaTOf PVnraary. A. It. lm .
Haaat Wiaiu. Adatiaiatrator.
Sale of Boal Eatnto.
8TATB Or 1LLIHOIS, I
Boon laL&sm oonarr. f
vj..nnnwviwiH necrae or tne coati .9
mart of Rook hlaed connty. Illinoia, nude o
tbe petition of tbe anderetaned, Uaaaab Joba
eon. anaiintotratrlK of tbe eetale ef AnOrrv
?"b. eepDaaro, lor leee to eell teal eetate
"---". toe reoreare lena. A. II,
IS, of raid coart. kH:-oe the l day of
i" it-"- enau on tae inb
dy of bUrrh. neat, at the boar of t o'clock p
at., eell at peblic eaia at UM eoatt dunr of the
2?,'!. -A?..'" ,b leland. In
id county, the teal eetate deeorlhed an followa.
t-eit: Lot anniber eleyoa (ill ia blork aumber
toe city of Hock lelaed. la tbe manly of Rock
leiaad. lad elate of I lliaoia. eelJrt l a tenrt
i he i of S re hnndrrd and eixieca aad thirty
r bundredib. rl 15) doll.ra in favor ( tbe
ouiieiea. uoaa m he
Inin AanciatioB, on tbe fdUovinK terata. la-wu :
ca.b in hand.
uatcd thia 15U day of Fehreary, A. !., Ihk.
AdminHdratrls of the estate of Andrew Jobaeoa.
ottea as raMlenUaa.
8TAT1 OF TLLlMOtS,
Boca Iauan Oottary. f
la the circelt coert, eTay tora, ISPS.
Jamee th-Mlaer Heart Uiraeleor, dr. Sac A
Barclay. John H Ormtlaer. Hoben tirawleer.
JfH "a blanUe Wataon, l-briiue
ASidavit of noa reaidenc of 8ne A Birrlae.
'Oba M Orawlner, Robert Ommlaer, Mary tin
atn, Mamie WaUon. CbrMiae Uartnrr. tbe
aboee drfeadante. balnf been Sled ia the
clerk'aeflleeortaeclrealt coart of eaid enanty.
notice la therefore hereby elvea to the eaid aoo
reaideat derendanu that the complainaal died hie
bill of complaint ia eaid coart, oa tbe chancer
aide thereof, on the ITib daycf Janaary. IK, aad
that thereeuoa a eammone leeerd oel of eaid
oert, wberela eaid aolt U bow prnoina. reiarna
ble on the tret Monday la tbe month of May,
next, aa ia by law requited. Now, anlm yoa,
the eaid non-reeideM defendant above named,
ball peraonally be and appear brfora tbe paid
circait coart oa the arat oar of ibeneat term
thereof, to be buidcB at Rock leiaad la aad
for the eaid county, on tbe I rat Monday ia
May, aexl, and plead, anewer or demer lo the
eaid comleiaaet e bill of complalat, I be name
aad tbe maUeie aad thinaa tbereie charted
aad elated will be taken a confenrd. and a
decree entered acainet yoa accordua to the
prayer of eaid bill.
i.KOKUf W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Book blaad. ill, Keu. iu, lsw.
Sti'bubok A Mr-hll,
RotbBO af rnMlcntlem.
PTATB OP ILLINOIS, l
Boca launoOoonTT. I
la Uie Circuit court. May term, ifpj. In cbaa
r.ry. V "-'- 'iv.Hip.iutu neieey ney-
aoaa.JobB U Beyaoh Ben Beyaeld. Khtba V
Bernolda Jr. Lncy M Cbaaaon. AmaadaO Bey-
; - , executor enaer
the )(lart will aad lc lament of Mlidia F Bey
AflldaTit of BoB-raaidene of the defrnd
ante. Be leer Beynoida. Joba B SeyaoMa. Bra
eynoMa. Rliaba P Hyaolde,Jr. and Kliefea P
Beynoida. it, executor aedar the hmt will aad
lZJ 1 HdTeTlmTleaded
SUV? boT" "TTi Betendanu, Lao. a! C'ban
tir,"?!0 aoraoid. hariac beea Sled
in the dork'a ofnoa of tbe clrrult conrt of eeld
connty. antic ia therefore hereby r yea to the eatd
noa-reaident defeadaam that tfe otrmBialnant
?hnfg7 'ba 7m day f reitre-
out ofeaid eourt. wberela eel anit I. no. Ted
!"Lf,tun,,.w atat day of tbe etit Par
"" '"TlT,wtt: the foarthdayof May
.... .uoTe aani.n. ii'-'
a!u!.r?7SLf?J?-U. )r-ol-a. Hen Veyn-lrt-.
----- mra aimna r Kernoia..
executor asdor the leat will ud iMtu.,-ct .4
"..r "folda. br. ball permaaliy br .d
w - - an cuxeu ooen. on mr i -t.
Sf P'.'he neat term thereof, to be b.!do at
Bock telna ft mJk m .1 . ......
foarU day ta May. next, and pit art. 'iw.
or demar to the paid complainant bill f
complaint, fne Mat and tbe matter and thinre '
mZmZjk .nTT mz. .TT teee win ue vtmrm -
log to the prayer of eaid bill.
VBOB'-S w. M .nuii viera.
Bock Island, DllDoi. Peb.. lA
(MBoaaa A I.Tia,
III Ha A Fcwtcb,
llaa A Brrotin.
' Cumpiaiaant' eoliaiora.
BwaOy. Oetckly and Petneneeniy m
. . CstApnarxD Caauaa Ksor
ananuit. t CfO Bey
mm d bi " nei
Tutaoaa. Aleobol or
of yeeufal lodinetioa ct erer indeleeeee abx.
riiilini CnornJejoti. Uabttal, 1 aedar ha
Miami Itiirir- liorbnunged'tBS Bret a. Week
Meaaory. Hann Dowa Paiaa.
tiyateria. Jtocternal amliilj . .Ppore
Lorn of Power aod ImyiilBaif.waanVat
ajay ma to imaiafieeM aa ana Inaaaity.
Poajneely eeeianaeed. Prme aide n boat a