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THE AEQUO, THUnUDAT, DEOCUDSD 10 1CC3,
8TATK Or ILLINOIS. I
Boom IsLaan Coratr. I
Tn th imilt conrt. Jed out term. 1H7T.
Ury flood vs. Alexander lioodals, la chaa-1
Affidavit of non-residence of Alexander Hoo
Bl. tae above aef enOant, bavin beaa aiedin the
t lcrk' office of tbe cirsalt conrt of taid county, no
tice itberefore berehy siren to tbe said noa refl
dnt defcnftant taat tbe complainant lied nerbill
cf complaint In aa!d eoart.oo tu chancery tide
thereof, on thettta day of November, 189$,
and ttoa tnereuryw a rnrflmor.a letnet ont 01 ail I
mmrt. whtrein raid nit ia now pending, reiorn
able on tbe first ttnndar ia the montb of
Jwnar. next, aa IT Itw rrnn'red. Noi
onlee yoa, tbe raid non-reaidcot defeno-
aat above named ch&il personally bj ecd
appear before said clrca't court, on the Sret day
of the neat term thereof, to be neldea at
hn:k la'and a and for the said county, on the
first Monday In Januirr ne atd plead, answer
or demor to the a'd complainant's Mil of coir -pla'nt,
tbe same and the matters ard thlnjs
therein cnargel ana ttatea win ne taarn aa con
, f esse , aid a dtcree entered against jott accord-
nztths prater or asm kiii.
Giofi.b W. Osxblb. Clerk.
3. M. Bbabdslit, complainant' solicitor.
Kj .e lalauu. Hi.. No , 23, IBM.
ST AT or" ILLIHOIB,
Hrjx IaLaas Ootmt.
Circuit court, September term, A. E
M. at Btoricon ts. Patrick Otegg Bogtess, In
fflrflvit nf thtt rrra-retldence of Patrick
Grrcit Boifcea. the above defendant, that hie
t. !.- nf mirinnen i nnkno:va and that neon dne
arddil gentinqatrycannotbe ascerta:netl, having
1 een fi ed In tho clerk's office of the circuit
o.nn of said coontv, notice ts therefore bere
Ly given to the said non-reeldcnt defendant,
t ,t the complainant filed bis bill of com
plaint in the said court on tbe chancery etde
tbe e of on the 1Mb day of Anzast, A. D. IMS,
atd tast somrons was Issued taeraon out of
..iiMinfi whi.n in pnid euit is now nendtne.
let i'DUle ion the first Monday In tbe month if
Janoary next, ax is by law reuu.rea.
Now, nnl'-aa you, the said -non-rest sent ne
fen. ant atiove named. Patrick UresE Bi
.. .hull ijTK-.r.il'r be and abear before
the sa'd circuit conrt on the first day of the
next t rm thereof, to be boMen at Knelt Island,
n and for said county, on tbe first Monday In
January nexf, and plead, anraer or demur
o the sai l complainant's bill ofcirmplatai, tbe
me an-1 tbe matters therein charged and stated
wiil be taken as confessed and a electee entered
galntt you according to the prayer of taid bill.
Giouel W. Qabtblb, CiezS,
Bo:k Island, m., Sept. 28,1806.
Stubsiox Kabbhall, Complainant's Roluriton
Jackson fc Hunt,
Attorneys at Lw.
O 9 In Hock Island Tfalsonai bank buUding.
0 t waxasi
S-weonay fc Walker,
Attorney and Conned! or at Law
OSes In Bangetcra black.
diaries J. 8eaxle,
Attorney fit Law.
Local bastnes of all kinds prom oily attendm
tn. eute-a Arrnoi or mocb j Diana coani)
t'fflce, ronomoa Mtk.
XScdEniry Sc Monlry(
Attorneys at Law.
Loan stone en gond eecorltj ; make anile:
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mr.e, roawsice n:oca.
Zr. Jolm E. Hawtliorne.
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AN OFFICIAL BURGLAR.
A Government A frent S Expert l"
meats In Safe Cracking.
CALLS ELECTRICITY TO HIS AID.
Mr. Rodman A vera That Burglar 11 ual
Safes ad Vaults Are m Thine of the
Fast Any Strong; Box May B Opened
With. Faae and SUenee.
Safe cracklrifr has been raado easy. Ev
ery mnnicipality which supplies its own
electric light and every trolley car corn
pany in the land has pat Into the hands
of tbe cracksman means of attack, safe,
silent and certain the electric current.
The day of nitroglycerin, dynamite and
drills of tempered steel ia gone. There
need be no mora wrecking of safes, with
BAMTTEL E0DMAX, JR.
it accompanying noise, nor will tt
again be necessary for the nildnleht work
er to force off Jayer by layer with explosive
and jimmy the iron doors of tbe treasure
chest. Give bim a carbon stick, a buncb
of wire and 30 minutes f roe from interrup
tion and tee board Is his.
Samuel Rodman, Jr., of Chicago, who
has opened a rale and vault of nearly er
err construction extant, has been expert
menting recently with the electric current,
and now, after years spent in showing how
easy it was to get Into the coffers of bank
ing institutions by means of nitroglycerin.
drills, and the like, bo says that those
methods are things of the past. Mr. Rod
man is a graduate of West Point,
The United States government came to
the conclusion some time ago that the
treasury vaults nt Washington were in a
lamentable condition. It was tl"ci(lnd to
have tho matter authoritatively, settled hv
competent and disinterested experts. A
commission was appointed, and Lieutenant
Kodmnn was the expert chosen to con
duct experiments for the commission. A
sample of nearly every known safe was
sent to the commission, and they were all
speedily and quietly opened by the army
officer expert. Housed nitroglycerin when
occasion demanded it, and the noise of the
explosion was not heard 80 feet. When
the high explosive was necessary, Mr.
Rodman bored through tbe containing
walls. In many cases the more frequently
the words "burglar proof" appeared upon
the surface of tho safo the mere cosily was
tbe supposedly strong box opened.
Tbe government never did anything to
Improve the condition of its vaults and
depends now, as it always ha depended,
upon the fidelity of watchmen for the
preservation of its treasures. It is perhapf
just as well for tbe safety of Uncle Sam's
money that this is so, for within the last
few weeks, after a final experiment with
tbe electric current, Lieutenant Rodman,
whom the government cboso as Its expert.
has declared that in the future any large
amonnt of money expended upon tbe eon
structionof vaults and safes will be money
"Safes and vaults," he said, "should be
built hereafter just strongly enough to
withstand a sudden and quick attack. If
they are of temper and thickness to stand
oS the burglars for ten minutes, it should
be all sufficient. Other means of pro tec
tlon than thick walls and time locks must
be bad. Masses of metal which seem to
defy explosions, or which from their posi
tion and surroundings ssem to render an
attack by these methods Impracticable, are
now exposed to tbe new clement of dan
ger, the silent electrio current. Tbe devel
opment in tbe nse of such a method of at
tack presents new problems in thequestlon
of bank security. Ponderous, expensive
constructions must give way to lighter
and cheaper ones, giving sufficient secu
rity against sudden attacks and supple
mented by some satisfactory system of
electric alarm protection. There is a big
field opening just now for some one who
will perfect an alarm system which bur
glars cannot tamper with without bringing
officers to the scene. I suppose it should
take the form of a aeries of wires about the
vaults and safes."
Within a week a workman in Chicago
using a carbon stick melted his way
through five inches nf wrought Iron In less
than 80 minutes. Tbe bole made was big
enough to allow tbe insertion of tbe hand
and arm of a. man of medium size. AU
that is necessary for a burglar to do now
is to connect wires with a terminal where
the main wires of an electric llpht plant
torn under the sidewalk. - At this point
be can get the full current generated at
tbe central station. He can trail these
wire along tbe gutter under cover of
darkness and into tbe building where be
ha a safe to crack. He attaches his car-
bon to tbe wire ana otu-ns nis way to tne
treasure which he covets. Detection, a
tar a tbe act 01 eonnecting wun iiie main
wires la concerned, would not be likely,
for men from the electric llgbt plant are
constantly removing tbe eondnit rnvers
and working under the sidewalk, and the
bank burglar might readily pass a such' a
workman. In tbe smaller cities the trolley
wire can be used in tbe same way and
with tbe same result Tue increase in the
amount of electricity nsed wnnld not be
noticeable enough at the eentral station to
cause comment, Deww mioiiar vanaiions
in consumption are constantly occurring,
When the burglar get bis supply of elee-
tricity from tbe troUey, all that would be
nocwaary for Urn to do to get the circuit
would be to run tae osner wire to a water
Pip. . . !
Cracksmen nowadays do not appear to
be in the least afraid to handle biga ex
plosives, Tbey do not do It as well per
haps as a person would who had no fear
of Interruption at hi work, but fney do
fluently to avoid rousing people and to war I
able them to set what tney are after. Toe ;
Jobbery of tbe Soraooauk hank at Sora-
Aiiauk. Ills., netted the cracksmen CY.OOO,
and there wns nothing but scrap iron left
be safe, which was one or tba gnaran-
- .Wul..aV avwwatl knMaa llswl fat
SOU auvuiuvdl j uui((iHi lyswa, aiuu.
was a laminated strtrctora, with an outer
door 4 inches thick and a burglar chest
door S inches thick. It hftd all sorts of
modern improvements and looked Ilka a
tonh nnt to crack. Investigation by 1
expert showed that two charge of nitro
glycerin were nssd. One blew open the
outer door, and tbe other demolished the
Inner. Persons sleeping within 40 feat of
tbe safe were not awakened by the eiplo-
Tho Franklin Grove bank of tb town
of the same name in Illinois had within
its walls acoaber absolutely burglar proof
safe. The bank now baa part of tbe sale.
and the burgktrs have $25,000 which It
contained. Nitroglycerin was ill trod need
into tbe joint at the top of the safe door.
Its discbarge removed tbe door bodily,
and, of course, instantaneously. Tbe in
ner chest door wns removed in tbe Brunei
way. From evidence obtained immediate
ly after the robbery tbe bank officials ar
rived at the conclusion that the time occu
pied In committing the burglary could not
have exceeded 1 H hours. People sleeping
in an adjoining building slumbered un
disturbed through the entire nlgbt of tbe
DREAMED OF A GOLD MINE.
Tbea Mrs. Law VTeat to Colorado aad Lo
cated the Mine.
During tho past year, on five-or six suc
cessive occasions, Mrs. George Law of
Kansas City has dreamed of a go hi mine
near Cripple Creek. She went out there
Lq August and located the miue alter slie
liad seen the place In another dreaui. She
Immediately besran proceedings to get con
trol of the property, f-aturdny lier bus
band signed a lease for a section, 800 by
600 feet. The Dreum promises to be one
of the richest mines In the world's great
est mining carcp. The story which began
in a dream is now ending in reality.
Mrs. (Seorge Law is one of the leaders In
Kansas City society, ilt. Law la a prom
inent rail estate nnd l-xin broker and one
of the srdirl men of tho city.
Mrs. Lnw's fir.t cream of gold came to
her lost winter. In bur tluep site saw with
the vividness of mil vision a spot I jet ween
two mountains where ravinos formed
triangle Inclosing a bard bci of an rid.
Mho stood upon this bnnk and scooped up
liantlfuls of it. The sana fciuterwl with
grains of gold.
This vlFion made a deep imrtrcsswn up
on Sirs. Law, thongu sue is a reniist nt
the most jirmiciir.rt U tyi and scolTs at all
such psychological chimeras. A Tew
nights later she agi:in behold tbe same
scene In her oreii:.. It wns oven more
vivid thnn the other. The outlines nf the
ooiintry wero plainly visililo. lhroe more
times, at various Intervals, the same vision
came to her. Each time It was more and
more distinct She le!ield on adjacent
town. She knew perfectly every point la
tho surrounding country. In 0:10 dronm
she. determined to sfctfc a shaft, and did la
ctic one tear en old stump In that bed of
Mrs. Line's intimate friend, Mr. Har
vey It henries, went to. Cripple Creek about
that time. .Mrs. Law had urccd her hus
band ropcatealy to accompany iicr to that
place but lie scoffed at the Idiui. Mrs.
Law had corres-,Kmlcd with Mrs. Hhoedcs,
and wns convinced that she would find bet
mine near t rinulo Creek. It wns in An
gust, after tho liftb dream, turn sho could
wait no lunger. M10 made a visit to Mrs.
On tiic first Saturday In September Mrs.
Law drove into tho old part c f (. ripple
Creek on a stage. It Imre n-.it the f iintcst
resemblance to the town of her dreams.
and Mrs. Law was in despair. That night
tue sixth dream came to hur, nrl agln
tho town's outlines were strua,(ly Im
pressed upon her. Sunday she went to
Mrs. Kuoades' homo up on t:io hill. From
her front porch she gazod out upon new
Cripple Creek. It was the city of bar
Wild with excitement, early Monday
morning Mrs. Law, Mrs. Rhondes and
two coiuiiaclnns started In a light wagon
to search for the triangle- nnd the bed of
sand. As if guided by a spirit, scorning
roads and directions, tbe party went
straight across the hills. Tiny reached
the summit of Grnurc mountain and went
on down toward the ravino which separat
ed it from Beacon hill. Scraiiihling down
tbe hill, far in advance of her companions,
Mto. CIXIK.E LAW.
Mr. Law fnund the snlcb, the ravine, the
trianrNt, the bed of nnd. even the awnp.
si shi had drtnmed of them often. Ml
Law rushed to tbe triangle, drove her
stake and claimed tbe mining- riata.
"Nearby were some placer miners. They
sr. Id thnt aoM was In that vicinity. A
diviniuc rod with which a anarch for ws
ur waa bciua pursued turned aa tbo party
walked over the cmnmL It tnrood apila
at the mwrliy n.lm-s, where g"!d was
known to be. It proved that Mrs. Law'
, amons wore true.
A shirt tin ago friend of the Iaw la
Crippla Creek went over the ground cIMm
. i.f t.:e Dr.-am aBj pu-kott np a number of
' bitJ of pnriihvry we whl -to rrnwd out
fmtn the snrf.vca. Thry were rrnshed and
' aaanvml, and tlie nfli--lnl certlflnta. lw In
' Mrs. Iiw's rr-1!u, shows the snrfare
ore to run ." i t.i tha tnn. This H asld
I tn b one ( tlie rVhrat snrfa-e assays ever
made In tbe (YintiVi Creek dirrtrt. The
! rrrciSrate of this fnrt was sen to Mrs.
; Uv, and tiie i.eit day Mr. Uw went
) frwiI.Wi Crwk In a f.rw days he tnle
J slirti-.l. A emnpuny has htn f
,work t!s claim, lita oncers are all
wute im claiiu. lha oncers
Cmaatlaa la rraaea.
I'pwnrd of 4.no eoepses were ewflaateei
CLOTHING AN ARMY.'
tXvss las Islanrs.
It the British government ta.
t$C,000 annually for clothing furnished
it army all ever the world. Each of
tbe foreign pcasessioue. however, baa to
pay back to a certain extent tbe amount
which the uniforms of tbe troop sta
tioned or aont there baa coat, and this
en tails no end of complicated bookkeep
India, for instance, par for thexloth-
ing of it own troops, and also for tbe
uniform of tbe men which England
ends there. The latter item is about
18:5,000 annually. On tbe other band,
when a regiment come borne from In
dia, that country ha to be paid back
tbe full ralue of the clothe they wear.
Tbe government sells old and worn-
out article to tbe secondhand dealers.
who, by tbe war, usually accumulate
fortunes in a snort time. Tbe value of
castoff clothe so disposed of ia about
140,000 yearly. Tbe crap remaining
after tbe uniform have been cut out
also bring a matter of $30,000 annual
ly. In all the authorities receive back
about 11,500,000, thus reducing tbe to
tal cost of clothing tho army to let than
15,000,000 a year.
Tbe best quality of everything, ia used
in tbe manufacture of uniforms. In
fact, it is said they are too Rood for du
rable wear. A bnge factory in Pimlico,
London, make a large share of tbe fur
nishings, but vast quantities of foot and
head gear are bought ready made. Boots
and leggings, for example, cost fl.lGu,-
000 and headdresses 1200,000.
The thousand cf mile of flannel.
linen, calico, cloth, velvet, etc. the
million of button, tbe ton of cotton
wool, tbe billions of yard of sewing
cotton, that are made into smart tunic.
tidy trousers and warm shirts cost 2,-
435,000. Tbe wage paid for making
these up are over (6,000 a week. Some
of the salaries paid for this branch are
excellent for England. Tbe inspector of
clothing receives f 0,000 and bis assist
ants f il,750 apiece, and so on down tbe
Bat all this vast expense ia probably
much less than tbe annual outlay that
France or (ermany makes for keeping
it soldiers smart in appearance in times
of peace. In Uennauy, for example, ev
ery man in tbe army is said to have
four complete suits of military clothing.
ew 1 ork Journal.
Sfaat Wheats At Ow rolled.
So many bicyclists have been observed
encoring from clogged rbains that a
word of advice may with propriety be
repeated: Oil tbe chain nothing is
more necessary, hot lie sure not to bare
it wet. Lacb link should be thoroughly
luLrirnttd, and then the chain should be
rubbed dry. No amonnt of rnbbing, it
fjirmld be remembered, can remove the
oil from the parts between tbe links,
where it is needed, nnd not a particle of
oil is rcouired on the exterior surface.
Tbe drier that is the better. Tho oil.
if exposed, pick up si:d holds dust and
atlus greatly to the friction. The same
adriee applies to all oiling. If so much
is put in the bearings that atone over-
firms and it is not wiped off, dust will
gather at tbe spot, and even in tbe best
made bearing some of it will almost
certainly work into tbe balls and make
trouble. And even if it dors not get so
far tbe bunches of dust so accumulated
detract from the appearance of an other
wise well groomed machine and rend or
the cleaning after a run twice as diffi
cult as it need be. The fact is that more
wheels are overoiled than nnderoiletL
'Carrying a canary," as the "wheel
roeu" call ruliug with a dry
that scrcerhea, is not half so common
a dost buried bearing. Of course, of the
two, the latter is preferable, hut no rid
er need have cither. New York Pott
The collar band on the new gown
are one of tho special point of decora
tion, and frill of anmo sort are invaria
bly set in on tho edge to stand np
around the neck, commencins; a little
distance apart on either side cf the
front. They are made of knife plaited
ilk, ribbon, lace or chin on, and one
very effecti vo trimming ia lace in van-
dyke points, outlined with a tiny roc be
of colored ribbon and Fathered into the
neck. Plain velvet collars, with plait
ing of ribbon act in fan shape at tbe
back, are very pretty, and collars made
of bias folds of light velvet satin.
with narrow, black, pearl edged ribbon
edging each fold, are another fancy.
fte-e York Sun.
The Toronto Mall ks, "Did tbe twe-
bistorio man eat pier If be did, be did
not eat it all. Ton can find rrrhiftorio
pin at almost any railroad restaurant
i alls Ufa.
G. Caillouctte, drurrUt. Beavers-
vine, UL. says: -To lr. Kind's New
iiiseovery I owe nay life, vl a Ukea
with la trrippe aad tried all tb pby.
slcisns for miles about, but of no
avail, aad was srirea np and to'.d I
eoold not live. Having Dr. Kief's
New Discovery ia toy atom. 1 sent
for a bottle aad beirsn its use, and
from the first do be;a to get bet
ter, and after ustnj; three bottle wa
np and about again. It Is worth its
m - m a aat - a
reient ia poia. aiwiwptvnr
or bonae without it." Get a free
trial at Hart Ullemeyer a drug
al rwal SHast
Dr. Wrtiaros'Iadlaa file 0ntmeat
rill cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
aad itrhing pilce. It absorb tb
tunvr allay itching at one,
net a a p-a'Uc. rives instant re-
relief. Dr. William' Indian lil
I Ointment U prepared only for rrila
and itehlae of tbe pnvata parte, aad
nothinp ele. Every bog i gnaraa-
aed. Hold ey drngzist. seat by
mall for 50 " and ft v box-
VTiixiaks M'r'a Co.. Prop.. Clev
land. Ohio. For sal by ail dratj-
A ZOOLOGICAL DIVERSION.
Tlaat t ar4 to ttaur Ctovse-
Trtc aa Visitors,
Tbe elephant at the Jardia de
Flaule at rati Used to play Li visit
or a trick which could not bavs been
tbtc,ht of Nit by an animal cf much
intelligtuoe. liis bcuae opened npon aa
inrkTe called tbe LlA Hants' park.
containing a pond, ia which be would
lay biuself under (be wattr, roocealing
every part of bim t xcrpt tbe very rod
of his truiA a mere speck that would
hardly be notired by a stranger to tU
A crowd would assemble around tbe
inrlusore, and, not seeing bim in it.
would watch in expectation that be
would aonu issue from tbe bouse. But
wbiie thy were gazing about a copious
sprinkling t water would fall cpon
them, and ladies and geutlcatM-n, with
their fine bonnets and coau, world run
for shelter under tbe trees, looking up
at tbe clear sky and wouaering whence
sucb shower could come.
ImniediaU ly afterward, however, they
would see tb elephant nsing alow ly
from Li barn, evincing, a it seemed.
an awkward joy at the trick that be
bad played. In tbe course of time bis
amusement became generally known.
and tbe moment tbe water began to rise
from hi trunk tbe rpcctatrrr would
take flight, at which be arpearrd ex
ceedingly dt ligbtrd, getting np as fast
a be cm:ld to see the t'ustlo be bad
caused. Pi:tsbnrg Dispatch.
Tho Erie nnal. in ICew York, wa
the first arti Octal waterway begun ia
this country. Ground wa broken for
this enterprise July 4, 1817.
In all state of tbe Union. exrrpHng
California, a bnsbrt of rye is 56 pounds,
In that tate It ia 54 pound
A W0MAYS STORY.
t ttala Be a latvrrat to Every
SFomen who reason wrll know that
no male physician can uudcrslacdiagly
treat th complaint known a female
disease,- fur no man ever expericuoed
This, Lyd'u E. riaLhara tatigM tliem
twenty years a;
when she dis
covered in bt-r
tba only uo
for all those
liar to tlio
a fatal faith H
their physician, abd not till they eaa
suffer no longer, will they think aad
act for themselves.
The following tertlmony I straight
to the point, and rrprrnt th ex
perience cf hundred of thousaad of
oow grateful wrnnej: 44 Fir fix rears
I wan a great tuff-irr from those la
tern a 1 weak to- tw prevalent atnrr.g
ourarx. Alter havi it roc-rived treat
ment from four physicians of our city.
and Cnling no relief whatever, I con
cluded to try Ilnkhsm's Veevtablc
Compound, and it ha proved a brwsa to
m. It can trrly nc called a haviour
cf VCotnrn. Mas. P. A. lUtiLaJa,
Is tba nmlt af do
a)d m cihaauc
It caa bti cun.4 KT a
plraMnt rim. 4. maica
l applies Strvctlv tail
th, aastrila DeiM
qalcklr ahmt- H
givss rsiK a. jca-
opens and cluaan is
Na-at pa.aaaNS. Allay.
r la at1 lanaaiMUtw,
Haala ta Srra.rTa
acta Ut Maataaa testa
OaM. Stoanma tin
th iaalai Maateaiv
it 1 M. mm eaaWL
IhwrM sa4 frns rrlaaf at . lrio a orals
at uracewta or ay saau.
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JL Ar BSatt. ", T uaiaiaav mm fmm r.
VriT7 rsMiiili i .tai-aaaamji
Ladles who value
a ! tua il Mtil aaii at w pinsi-s
! It avmlaBss a aatt aad tiaatinil
Or. Kay3 Renovfcior,
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aassaataaaaaav aaSai a i ia ij. iaa aasaa aias iaaa I a, af.a sasahae kara,
Real Cetotc t
Buy, Sell and Uanage
(rropcrty. Collect Rent.
The old fire and dme
xs any rclUlie company
f onr ratronegw ta atelMtfJtL
OAs) 1STC. Second Aw.
Harper Hone Block
ySKASE8 of Eye, Ear.
Hose, Throat, Laajra,
Stomach, Skia ul Bleod.
Bop tor cured without
BOOU8 SI u ST, aaoMaans
Building, corner Scoond
and llaia itreeU, Dsveaport.
t e- . to 1 S m. and I ts
p. m. Evening, Wad nee
day aad Saturdays, 1 to f p.
am. ataadaya, S to I p. am.
; Happy Days
vtt4jaf IsTsji nH44')i mMmmr&Kfi0fStiiCT Ittt)
mni of kiwt .rtgwifwX ralha- end MtrcYe
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tV ata HLf. Balat aaS Otte Jtjea, drag
rsta, Knck laranS
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In Bandung It well enouga rra-
la r raoe during lbb&.