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THE ROCK I SILENT) AKGUS. WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 1, 1911.
Says Rabttit Killed D09. "This Is
the butcher who sold the rabbit that
killed my dog. I want him arrest
ed," excitedly declared a woman as
she wended, her way into the office
of County Attorney Fred Vollmer in
the Lane building. Before the gen
ial county attorney had time to re
ply, the woman again brought hex
vocabulary into olay by exclaiming:
I tell you. sir, I want thle butcher !
arrested under the pure food law. l procured money from a number of
fed one of the rabbits I bought of : friends. He is accused of having
him to my dog and it killed the dog." stolen a meerschaum pipe and a fan
After a time the county attorney cy clock from one ot his friends, a
learned that the woman had bought j number of suitcases from the Hub
two rabbits from a West Davenport ' chathing store and Is suspected of a
butcher. One of these, so she de-! robbery in Rock Iafland of which
clared, she gave to the -dog and the j thefts were committed Monday even
oaniA Bhr,rtiv aftcrwarda riled. ' ing or within the paet few days. It
Whether the woman andiher family
ate th other rabbit without any
ill effects, Mr. Vollmer dad not as
certain. He assured himself that
they were all alive and therefore took
it for granted that if one of the
rabbits was good di-t for a human
being, it should not have been so
harmful to a dumb animal. There
were no arrests.
Candidates for Director. Additional
Interest was given the forthcoming
school convention, the caucuses for
which will be held on Friday even
ing of this week, by the announce
ment yesterday that Attorney J. A.
Hanley at the urgent request of many
of his friends, had derided to enter latter when informed jOf then check,
the race for sehooy rfirertor. Mrs. ! denied she had signet it ami there
Ella fJ. Bushnell-Hamlin, puhlinher fore requested the bank not to honor
of the Trident, some time ago an-jit. Word was thereupon sent to
nounoed her candidacy. Two direc-j Florida that the check was worth
tors for terms of three years each j leas and yoking Newbern 's arrest
are to be e'eeted. Directors Alex j followed. VUon, Grilk & Wilson
Xaeckel and Dr. G. E. Decker, whose! are legal counsel for Mrs. Mewhern.
terms expire, --ire both candi dates for j When questioned they r&ftised to
reelection. Their reelection will j discuss the matter or to shed any
Iherefore be contested by Mr. Han-1 further light on the ynunj; man's
-ley and Mrs. Hamlin. The caucuses escapade. Officials of the Farmers
will be held Fridav evening of this
week and the convention or the fol-! wise reticent. It i understcod, how
Inwing Monday. At the fori hconi- ever, tbat matters have been so far
ing school election Hie nu-sTion of settled sat isfactory to all paj-tiea run
issuing bonds for the erection of a cerned tbat young Newbcin, has been
new school building north of Central ! released from custody,
park will also be voted on. Women ; o
rnuy vote on the bond rropostt inn Obituary Record. Mrs. Gus Reading
but noT nn ,,,f" election of directors. cf S2 1 East Eocutt street, has re-
o (elved word from Chetopa, Kaii ln-
Shields in Trouble Again. Jimmy forming her of the deach of her
Shields, who formerly played with brother, Orvllie S. Fluke, after a
. - .- i short illness with pneumonia. De-
- j coated was born and raised to man-
NO CailSe tO DOUbt hood ia Uavenport. When the war
x w I broke out, he enlisted as a musician
i ;n the 8th Iowa lnfanv.ry and served
A Statement of Facts Backed ! nearly five years. On returning from
by a Strong Guarantee. the war he located at Newton. Kan.,
, . . J I where he accepted a position tn the
e tuaraiiioe juiiueuiiiie auu
.-positive relief to all surfervrs
constipation. in eery caso
our remedy fails lo lo this we will
supply it free. That's a frank state
ment cf facts and we want you to
substantiate them at our ri.sk.
Rvxall Orderlies are a gentle, ef
fective, dependable and &afe bowel
regulator, strengtliener and tonic.
that are eaten like laniiv. They re
establish niitures functions In a' Mrs. Arthur lazier went to Rock Is
oulet easy way. They do not caueo j land Thursday to spend a few days,
any inconvenience, grip'ng or nau- Miss Mary McMurray, who has mado
sea. They are so pieasant to take, au extandtd stay in this city, lef:
and work sa easily, that they may Thursday for New York city,
be takwu by any one at any time, j Mrs. Crow of Kansas City, Ma, who
They thoroughly tone up the- whole'ia!i tpent two weeks .with her sister,
system to healthy uctivity. TheylM.rB- Ralph Uolton, returned to her
have a most benehcial action upon :
Rexall Orderues are unsurpass-1
able and ideal for the use or can-1
dren. old folks and delicate persons.
We cannot too highly 1 1 1 ommend !
t Hem lo an sunerers iruiu txuy iuuu
of constiDation and its attendant
evils. That's why we back our faith
in them with our promise of money
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isfaction. Two tlzes: 12 tablets 1 .
member you can obtain Rexall Rem
edies in Rock Inland only at our!
store the Rexall store. Tiie Thomas
How you make it
matter how you like it
no matter what it costs,
you can't beat
ICE CREAM, BREAD,
ROLLS AND CAKES,
DELIVERIES EVER1 DAY
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
tthe Clinton Independent baseball
team and for a time attended school
tn Davenport, is again In trouble
tind at least, a suspect. Shields 1b
the young man whose home Is in
Cttinton and who was sentenced to
a term In the federal penitentiary
At Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., a few
yanrs ago for robbing a poetofflce at
AUbla, Iowa. Through the aid of in
fluential friends President Taft par
doned the young man, and he was
released -from confinement last July
with his term half served. A few
days 1.50 he came to this city and
is understood that SMelds has left
Forged Note to Buy Auto. Milton
Y. Newbero, a young man 25 years
of a?e, son of Mrs. L. Augusta, New
bern. 127 East Sixth street, ap
pears to be a victim of the automo
bile craze which is now swe.eping
over-tihe country. At any rate young
Newbem was arrested several days
ago in Florida, charged with giving
a worthless check of $2,0Q in pay
ment of an automobile. The check
was drawn on Che Farmers and Me
chanics sailings bank of Dawnport
and bore the supposed signatures of
both the son and his mother;. The
& Mechanics savings bank were like- j
,aua 'poetofflce and reined there until
ff"iL tn rherooa. Shortly be-
i.iw.vu - -
. . . j.,4K v.. VioH hnnahr a lining
l I ! U r- urn uraiu no r- - - - - -
I in . Arkansas, where he expected to
live and enjoy a milder climate.
A baby daughter was born Friday
!,. vir .jr.H Mm. Miller.
lOUXe Thui sday
Georae McFarland left Thursday for'
GibgoI) iowa, where he will be em
A. Chapm left Friday tor kock is ;
, cr,nH fw Hav before eoinn !
a. few davs before eoinj
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Mrs. George Gillespie of Rock Island
;ind daughter, Mrs. Kdna Saunders of
Fomeroy, Iowa, have been the guests
McDonald this week, and
tA m w.n iw.
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Mrs. Merrick Ridlell of Rock Island
syent a week with Mr.and Mrs. Charles
Riddell. She returned home Friday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harter and baby
cf Silvis went to New Boston Thurs
day to visit at the home-of Mrs. Har
ter's parents a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Bailey and baby and
Mrs. Mary Ixrier went to Rock Island
Saturday for a short stay.
ra mueuu11 wr.i iu
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taiuraay 10 Bptuu a icw uas wuu
Mrs. 0is Reaber and Miss Madge
Sharp went to Rock Island Saturday
for a short taj
Gorge Guthrie and Karl Reynolds
were Rock Island visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Abercrombie
and daughter Gertrude started Satur
day for New York city; where they
I will s'ay until March 27, and then go
to Boston. Mass.. where they will sins
, in English grand opera.
I The Arbour institute and the Wil
li Ham and Vashtl college basketba'l
teams played basketball in this city
Friday evening. The game was an In
teresting one, the"core being 20 to 21
in favor of Armour institute.
Robert Morris Guthrie, little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bceler Guthrie, died ia
this city Friday. He had been ill with
pneamonla for about five weeks.
Attorney W. J. Graham returned Fri
day from Springfield, where he has
been meeting with the commissioner
of Bay island 'drainage district, who
appeared in committee before tte
Htate legislature with regard to the re
pealing of the law under which the
Bay Island drainage district commls
sioners of Mercer county are suing the
commissioners of Union district No. 1
of Rock Island county.
The first Aledo booster sales day was
a decided success and attracted a large
number of people who came in from
the country and on the new electric
road. The pair of rubber boots offered
by "Will Hall to the farmer who would
drive up to his store with the greatest
number of children in his wagon, was
j glven tQ Ivan Crawford wno nafl 73
children in his hayrack when he drove
up to the store. John Berg offered a
pair of shoes to each baby of three
months of age or nnder which would
be presented at his shoe store, and 19
pairs of shoes were claimed.
The George Washington banquet
given by the dormitory management
Wednesday at 6 p. m. to the members
of the William and Vashtl college fac
ulty, the board of college trustees and
their wives, and the boys of the dormi
tory and their lady friends, was one of
the moet pleasant social events of the
year. The rooms were appropriately
decorated and a six-course dinner was
served. Owing to the illness of Judge
Henry E. Burgess, Dean W. R. Wood
manste acted as toastmaster. After
the hanquet they went to the lobby,
where a fine literary and musical pro
gram was rendered.
Dr. I,. T. Outten is recovering
from a severe attack of grip.
Little Oscar Whitniarsh Is very
ill at the home of Ms grandparents.
Mrs. Matthew Murrin was hostess
to the Holy Name society last Wed
nesday evening at a Washington
luncheon. Red, white and blue were
the colors used in the decorations.
Flags were given as souvenirs and
games and contests? urnished the di
versions. Father Clark of Davenport
was the guest of honor and Messrs.
Hughes and Phelps end Mesdames
Phelps and Yokes won the prizes.
Supper was served by the hostess.
Miss Faye Hall, who resides on
Eighth street, has been In Wisconsin
attending a funeral.
A beautiful dance was given by
the local baseball nine last Thurs
Mrs. It. McGowen and daughter,
Dorothy, are visiting in Kansas and
expect to remain there several
Mis. 1-eRoy Smith has arrived
home from a brief visit with her
brother, Clyde Brown of Galesburg.
George Newton and son, Louis,
purchased Roy Adams' residence on
Cedar Hapide. Ioa.
Matthew GUlipsle U visiting art.
Hip ort1 Wa T G
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith enter
tained a number of relatives and
friends at their home last Tuesday
afternoon It being their 25th wed
ding anniversary. A eupper was
served and the ho6t and hostess re
ceived some fine presents.
O. Decker of East Moline has re
turned to his work in the Rock Is
land railroad here having just re
covered from an illness.
Roy Adams has purchased the ho
tel recently operated by Mr. Peter.
j The infirmary committee of Rock
I Island county, Rock Island, III., re-
Quests bids on the following described
1st. Steel tower and wooden tank.
beams and of proper construction and
strength to support a tank of 25,000
in regard to tower but tank to be of
20,000 gallon capacity.
3rd. One sixteen (16) horse pow-
igine with 20 to 24 inch stroke numD-
4th. lighting plant: One 5 K. W.
110 volt generator with switchboard
and storage battery.
Above goods to be delivered, erect
ed and In working order at the county
infirmary near Coal Valley, 111., by
July 1, 1911.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for $500 and must be
in the hands of Infirmary Superinten
dent Frank B. Wylie, Coal Valley, 111
not later than 6:00 p. m
All bids are subject to rejection If
not satisfactory to committee.
(Signed) PAUL "WADS WORTH,
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the world for sores, ulcers, eczema,
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eye. f.f-ains, swellings, bruises, cold
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tents at ail druggists.
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Dr. Betchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usnaly relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon the
system Is remarkable and effective.
It removes a ocrTe the cause and the
dose greatly benefits. 76c and 11 00.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
Ave., Rock Iiland and Gust Scheme!,
20 W. Second St., Davenport.
Permit for Bridge, Word ha been
received that the United States sen
ate passed the special bill granting
the privilege to the Tri-City Rail
way & Light company permission to
construct a bridge from the Illinois
shore to Campbell's island at a point
below the present dam over which !
A 1 i A T 1. 1 I
me Bircvi cm now passes. wee
the proposition passed he house.
This means that the street car com
pany will probably build a wagon
and street car bridge across the
south channel of the river within the
next two years.
Be si" Paving Soon, Monday morn
ing the Gust Ed Construction com
pany will place 100 men and 15
teams at work on the 122,000 Third
avenue paving contract. The work
will be rushed to completion and it
is expected tbat the paving can be
turned over to the city about May
J, it the weather remains moderate
as at present. The paving to be laid
will be on Third avenue from Twenty-second
street east to Twenty-fifth
street and from Third avenue north
to the city park on Twentieth street.
This will make a total of five blocks.
Regains Consciousness. J. S. Hill,
who was so seriously hurt In a fall
at the Root & VanDerroort plant
has regained consciousness, but be Is
still delirious. He is In the city
hospital and a special nurse. Miss M.
E. Heinke of Chicago, is assisting
in his care. B. B, Hill of Chariton
Iowa, his son, and two daughters
Miss Florence Hill of Detroit, and
Mrs. J. P. Young of Chicago, are
here. At times the Injured man
recognizes the members of his
Works 24 Hours a Day. Operation
of their plant 24 hour a day, with
out a break even during dinner and
supper hours, has been inaugurat
ed by the Root & VanDervoort En
rineerlng company. A night shift
was. started at work Monday even
Ing and the force will be Increased
from day to day as mechanics are
available. The overtime schedule of
operation will continue for several
weeks. The concern is already three
i months behind' on orders, so large
is the volume of this season's bus
In ess. New Potter and Johnson's
automatic machinery now in transit,
valued at from $20,000 to $25,000,
will be set up in the factory immed
iately on arrival, thus increasing out
New Piano Player. Robert J. Ben
nett, president of the Bennett Organ
company, explains that the invention
he has sold to the Artlsta Piano
Player company of Milan, is in real
ity an Improved piano player. The
letters patent just Issued to Mr. Ben
nett and assigned by him to tbe Ar
tista company are simply a subdi
vision of a series that will be com
posed of 10 or 15 sets. Mr. Bennett
filed bis specifications and models
Oct. 27, 1909, and the pending pat
ents have since been the subjects of
dissection by the patent lawyers. The
heavy artillery is now in action, bow
ever, and Mr. Bennett expects tbat
the many patents, covering the var
ious parts of tbe improved player,
will be issued In rapid succession at
a not far distant date. "
Obituary Record. Angle, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thomas of
1547 Twenty-6eventb avenue, died
yesterday of pneumonia. She leaves
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
mwnniUJc oniv i
lAWiUUil J OVDU1 A
EVEN IF HE IS A
W TS ar to be a 'ero for shil
H lings a day." said a London po
tt llceman the other day. He was
being questioned In bis turn off
duty regarding the reoent battle In
Houndsdltch. in which two men. armed
with repeating- pistols of up to date
type, stood off for ten hours 1,(00
"bobbies," besides a large number of
h- its J .v-v
8CENE IN RECENT BATTUE WITH
soldiers. The policeman was unusual
ly communicative. Generally he and
his comrades will not discuss police
affairs with outsiders.
It may be hard, as the policeman
said, to measure up the standard of a
hero when one la underpaid for pro
fessional heroism, but all, save a neg
ligible minority, of the men on the Lon -don
force and very probably on tbe
police forces of all other cities attain
the required height Since the an
archist affair in Houndsdltch some cf
the unthinking- folk of London have
been Jeering at their policemen as
"Oundsdltch "eroes." but the mockery
Is undeserved. Individually the Lon
don policeman Is about as plucky a
man as can well be round outside of a
few bodies of men selected especially
for then- da-rtar.
Judged by American standards tbe
London pollcemaji Is underpaid. Upon
Joining the force the recruit receives
only $330 a year, ud It Is only after a
beside her parents, two sisters and
Americans Active at Shanghai.
Only 940 Americans reside at Shang
hai, but they are energetic factors In
the foreign settlement, numbering IS,
R3B. The natives number 488,006.
The Bridsh total 4.4U5, Japanese
3,361 and Portuguese 1.195.
L- SPEAKS. -
Call me not with scornful numbers.
Snapped out In disdainful accents.
Pray, be courteous to me!
Would you like to sit here with a
Telephone strapped on your head,
AU day long to answer summons?
Wouldn't you wish that you were
When I ssy th line la busy.
Honestly sometimes It la.
Why do you get so Indignant
When you hear the buzzer's whtzT
And wrong numbers naturally
Sometimes I am at a loss;
But, In fact. I ff ve them mostly
' To subscribers who are cross.
Be polite; It will not hurt you
Even though I'm In a box
I am human, although hidden.
And am sensitive to knocks.
Be polite: do unto others
As you'd have them do to you.
It's a food rule to of.sf-rve. and
You'll get better service too.
Are you frequently hoarse? Do
yen have that annoying tickling in
your throat? Does your cough tn
noy yoa at Eight and do you raise
mncoas In the morning? Do you
want relief ? If so, take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and you will be
pleased. Sold by, all druggists.
and one half (154)
considerable term 'of-aervfr that hJs
pay la advanced to tnHnlmuln'
- year. That 1 for tbftaf
whose rank is the laweeMjiP l .
j .x , .i.a- WW Tork
policemen receive food pay
frm $900 a year to $1,400. Te mino
ofneere of the Lcndon fore are also
paid much less than their American
TYPICAL LONDON "BOBBY."
brethren, and It Is enly when the very
highest offices are reached tbat tbe
salaries paid are comparable with the
It Is not easy for a man to enroll
himself among London's 18,000 de
fenders of tbe peaoe. Conformation
to high physlca.1 and xnonU standards
ts required, and a man's reourd roast
be clear. Discharged soldiers are pre
ferred, and many of the men eome
from that elaas. Only a small portion
of London's polioernen are Londoners,
as It has be&n found that life In the
great city la not oonduclve to the de
f sit , tV"-- . - JX A'
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When you need a specialist you ought to ro to a reliable one Our office
ha bn p-rnmnnt)y located Id Iavnport 14 yturn. No oUir spec!.IU'
ever rrm;ilri"-'J anywhere near thut long. Many have oome and tt"f. Oat of
fice has remained here permanently bwiu our treatments !; bu th
roost micrmi'.fuL our Diirs cli"tn. and we have re
" A rn A T T TT Bronchitis. Astl.n;, Heart Ileaee, I'.heuinatlsm. Neural
UnliUlll gla, Jr.dlf-st)oo. cold hmids and fwet. all fin down, gus In
ttorr.ac;-., choking sensations. "hortna of brea')., pain around heart, week
Sart, c'uich. pain In chest, chronle U.roat and Ijng trouble, dlzKii.ess. eonati
pation. heajiche, backache, pvir a-ppeilte, heart, liver, kljnejr. blood and akin
OloeaseM, and all chronic dlae&i of men, women and cl.lidran.
VTTT3TTiTTCI TAT,TTT TrpTT Is one of the sreeteyt rurses of mankind:
rljly UU3 Illiiilml I It mak nr.t-n old before their tin e Itl
the ntii-o of many a man'M failure. It sp tt e vitality ani inii ti l,l-,od.
you can be rude strong. You ran be a su ". Thouen) of men h
taken our successful treatroents. It does not k?p you from work. A dollar
sent in rititnlng your health and vls;or vlil pay you back a hundred times
Kervous dehliity is caused by hard work, worry loss of s.eep, dlsnlpal Ion, s
ceise.' of ail klr.da, errors of you'h. shock and illness. Com to the oWce ut
once If y J aro Hufrerlni? fr'm nrvou dehliity, brwkeche, all run down,
sieeplemr e.f. poor memory. !',st if vig'ir, bashful, blues, nervous f-nrs, wk
kidneys, v.e.ikness. snun fcoclety. ro amb'tlon, palpitation of lh- l.eart. cn t
sleep lack t confidence, poor blood, blood polion. stoir ach, blood, kidney. bl.
0r and skin dlaeaaes, sediment lr water eczema, easily tired, etc V'srlcocei
Is a frequent cauae of d jollne in men. Why treat so long with others r,n
our treatment takes asjc a abort time. Names In private cases kept confiden
tial. rA2rrwATioT nns. houm is h in m a e a p Tuesday
' gna fiat ar day eveotags, 7 to 9 p. xn. aoaday taorci&s, it to A a ,
Chicago Medical Institute
124 W. Third Street
velopment of the required rhyskjue. ;
The metropolitan police dlstrlot em-i
braces an aroa nearly TSO square mll'i '
In extent, the greatest la the world. In- ,
habited by a population verging en
In one Important respect the London 1
policeman h differed hitherto from
the policeman of almost every other'
large city. That Is In the matter eft
his arming. Ills only weapon of de-
fene and offense has been a short'
staff or truncheon, which has afforded f
r little proteettoa when It came to
orlmlnallr lt"1,?vor r?',
,.., j , oroposed that he be
armed" with the rivor- to lv Jlm i
at least an even cbance tvc---- , i
one of the forwlgn criminals w . T !
made their obnoxious presence ft "
London In recent years. The naUv
criminal or misdemeanant has a well j
grounded respect for the London po- ,
llceman and seldom ventures on vlo
lenoe when disturbed In his occupation I
of breaking the law. bat the results of I
Great Britain's hospitality In the mat-
ter of harboring the offscourings of
other countries are being felt In Lon
don. The question of arming the London j
policeman with the revolver has
amused great interest tn Great rirltaln.
The arguments In favor of the ehariee
are obvious. The other side of tke rase
was presented thus by one of Lon
don's leading newspapers:
"We wroto of the Houndsdltch po- '
nee murders fslz pollcetnen were shot,
some fatally, la a battle with foreign
bunrlars: Desperate crime uf this
kind Is little known In Iudi't. and
our polloe are not arral with revolv
ers with which they can return fire. It
may become a question whether the
man on night duty should not be so
armed.' Nevertheless we are sorry to
see the proposal piade In some quarter
that the police as a whole should be
armed with revolver. That would be'
a serious blunder. In undertaking
dangerous duty, such as the arrest of
known burglars, the police should cer
tainly be placed on an equality with '
their possible aasttllajits. To pass from
this lo general arming Is a step that
requires most earnest confederation.
We possess the most efficient police
force In Europe, and Its power springs
largely from the fact that It Is not
armed as other police are. An armed
polloe produoee an armed crtmtnsl
clasn, benldea ereatlna; do little danger
to ordinary eltisens."
That London's "bobbies" saeeeed
well In handling the "ordinary cltU'-n"
ts well evlitcnced by tbe fact that in
London the proportion of arrests t
population Is only about one-half of
that In New York and other tela;
American otttea. The thing- about the
I n don (41ce which Impresses Ameri
can visitors to London most Is the
courtesy and cavhabesa with whtah tbe
men go a boii t their duties. Kext to
that trait, probably. In atranspmea t
the American. Is the poHoem&n'g will -Ing-neas
to accept small tips for snja'I
uvx vices rendered.
fused to taJc-i miy cuko unless we thuusM ttmre was
a chance to bnnt or cure. Too get i.ot only the
benefit of Mi large esj'Tlenre. tut he has also
atud.ed rnetno-ls and lr-trnnti recommended by
leading physicians of Eir'p Bankers, huxlnens
men and graur.il put puis toat:fy to hla rei. ability.
No names ever used without consent of patlen'
Bpoclfel medical treatrn-nts, also aclwritino ln trlo
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