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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1912.
Red Men Elect. F. A. Day of Dts
Moines was reflected great chief of
records yesterday at the big business
session of the order. Other members
of the great council were alio electel
' to office at the meetrng. The result
.of the election Is as follows: Great
prophet, J. F. Kail of Cedar Rapids;
great sachem, C. F. Kuehnle of Pen
Hson; Bfilor sagomore, E. A. Patter
son of Iowa City; Junior 6Bgornore,
Paul Lagorriarciiio of ' lja. er.ijrt;
great chief of records, F. A. Day of
T)ce Moines; great keeper of ram
pum, E. R. Campbell of Fort Dodge.
The delegates of the Daur-Vers cf
Pocohontas and the Improved Order
of It"d M'-n boarded special car? yes
terday afternoon for a trolley ride
through Molii.e und Rock Island. a:id
the urM nal, then going to the Watch
Tower for dinner, which was served
at 6 o'clock. Hon. William A. Meese
of Moline t-pciVe at the banquet. At
the 'lose of the b;iiTi"t th party
took the same cars for the return trip
to Davenport, going to the folis'-um.
where, the grand ball was hld.
To Build Church The building
committee of the Mt. Ida Presbyterian
church. College and Fulton avenues,
has let the coutruct for the new
church to H. V. ("arensen, and work
wl'l b. connntiiced during the present
Walsh Corrpany Incorporates. Ar
ticles of incorporation of the Walsh
company have been filed with County
Recorder Holm. The ocmrmny is in
corporated for a period of 20 years
and will carry on a railroad end gen
eral construction business. The cap
ital stock is $100,011.) divided into
share sof $10 fiearh. The officers a-e
th following: President, Thomas J.
Walnh; first vice president, P. F. Mc
Carthy; second vice president, J. Reed
I.aue; third vice president, O. D.
trench; secretary, James C. Dunne;
treasurer, D. R. Lane; P. T. Walsh,'
chairman of board of directors. j
Stats Masons Here. Three hun
dred visiting Masons from all sec-
i tions of tne state are atrencmg the
I session of the 59th annual convoca-
tion of the Grand Chapter of Iowa,
. Royal Arch Manons, in the New Kim
: t all hotel. Today was held the school
I of instruction and tomorrow the
, grand chapter session proper opens.
! The convention will not end until Fri
day, when the closing ceremonies of
the gathering will be held.
i Uses Knife: 30 Days. For stabbing
, a fellow Mex'caii. Julian Ganzolas was
, sentenced to serve 3o days In the
: county jail. Gonzolas assaulted John
Affenda'l a week ago. ASendall's In
juries were flight, but his assailant
. as sentenced on a charge of assault
Catholics In Session. The biennial j
convention of the Catholic Mutual
Protective association began its three;
ti:y session here yesterday at the Dav-!
enport htrul. J
! Broods Over Accident. After hav-;
' ing a long and bitted struggle againEt ;
adversity in which he became mental-1
ly dera.-iped while seeking to renaiu
his health and property, August Stef
fen. a form r motorman for the Tri
Cny Railway company, ha been made
a ccuuty ward. The board of super-1
visors took action which places Stef-
ff ii in the future care of the couty. !
Over a year ago Steffen ran over and '
, fatally Injured a little girl and con- j
. staat brooding over the unfortunate '
i affair, cancel him to partially lose;
his Mind. He left several months ago !
for the southwest, finally locating in
jl'homix, Ariz., where he remained
j until brought La.k to this city.
zens, many of them leading business!
and professional men, were in attend-j
ance, and the discussion covered the ;
various points of the ordinance, and
the adviBabi'.tty and possibility of j
municipal ownership. C. A. Flcke j
was elected chairman of the meeting
and E. P. Adler secretary.
Crofton Pleads Not Guilty. Wil
liam Crofton, accused of killing Lee
Halligan by fatally stabbing mm In
a saloon brawl two weeks ago. has
entered a plea of not guilty of man
6laughter. Through his attorney, C.
T. Cooper, the defendant waived the
preliminary trial which was to have
teen held in Magistrate Roddewig's
court. The prisoner's bond was fixed
at $2,000 which was secured and his
Wilson Club Elects. The newly or
ganized Wilson and Marshall club held
its first meeting Monday eveniug at
the democratic headquarters in the
MeCuIlough building. Officers were
elected as follows: President, Henry
Vollmer; vice president. E. J. Carroll;
secretary, Charles Tank. It was de
cided to bold the Ollie James meeting
on Oct. 15, at the Burtis.
Sheridan was at Urigbton one sum
mer when Fox. the manager of the
theater, took him all over the building
and explained its beauties. "There.
Mr. Sheridan." s:ild Fox. who com
bined twenty occupations without be
ing clever in one. "I built and painted
all these boxes, and I painted all these
scenes." "Did you?" sp.ld Sheridan,
surveying them rapldiy. "Well. 1
should not, I am sure, have known yon
were a Fox by your brush!"
Franchised Discussed. The propos
ed waterworks franchise ordinance
was the subject of discunsion at a
meeting at the Commercial club Moa
day evening, the attendance being sur
prisingly large. Over a hundred citl-
Liked Them Short.
"Do you think that under any cir
cumstances a minister is justified Id
Bsing another clergyman's sermon?"
"Indeed. Kir! Pieaiio atato ths in
"If Jt was a very short sermon." I
Cleveland Plain Dealer. !
Alcohol In Pe-ru-na
An Unjust Criticism
t to be sick in the same wav acainltieth. As each nint contains sixteen
'u:r:hk.a:&.w'iU:f.' il I he would certainly get Peruna and ounces you were then tak: ic a little
ohol. So you iess than an ounce of alcohol before
pfr&ii'Jp j he would certainly get
WXifHjfiifiifV&i&Jkt? :-'-..,1J$f-'-,;'.' ! take it. alcohol or no ale
If people will persist in such fool j each meal."
f'j':i'j!i-!Ui; (y:':'--: ' -.. lifhness there ought to be a lav.- to. "Yes."
hl.ir'ikitf tfc'r -&. J -:r - . -i ,. I . ,
:'irAuvT?rv- . . : ; j pieveui nieui. i nut you oujecwa to your mot'iers
Mf-f-'ff: :y tf-." ' 1 ventured to interpose a question. ' taking alcohol in the Peruna, and yet
rljP n'jj- "You 8' ,n l-ttr could not cure she was taking far less alcohol than
fl.Wfc ViTm ViT, j hfr . and yet you say Peruna did cure . you were. As I understand it, the
:W:&yCft :v - .'. ' l''-r. What difference does it make dose of Peruna is one tablesnoocful.
rct.jr C 1 .'-rrH 'y" I othT drug that effected the cure?"
Mi'''"A":Urt- fiYr "Wt'"- 1 Uou't know that it m
Jl-;H, : any difference, "out It is deceiving
f '". ! I,'opl to pivo thm hloohol even, ful. while you were taking at least
ffiljZ'&T though it does cure theni," he said. : four teaspooufuls of alcohol in your
iijF&f. l'sV " it!j 1 rf'lll'-'u; ""hy. I cannot exactly j bottle of beer. And yet you objects!
,. : ' A(- ur'', ri5'ani 'hat. Alcohol is a drug, j 'o your mother's taking Peruna on the
l':V' Sf' sV'7i$3$'''0 1 ,'a" Bam" aa Quinine or niorphin. If, ground that the Peruia contains alco
r X'-Tiit''ti' -V-1 l'ohol cures ce rtain diseases where j hoi. In my opinion it was the alcohol
t'V! .'i-Lri,'fc'' "''Jzi? ii f-'-J f 'ach bottle the per cent of alcohol ! aiiment. Peruna contains alcohol. It
e bupposing it to be twenty per cent
:a'.cohol, there would be iu each dose
akes ' one-fiftti' of tablespoonful of alcohol,
g tne , wnicn wouia oe about, ualt a teaspoon
Burned at Silvis. C. E. Fanjoy, llv
ing at Tenth street and First avenue,
Silvis, is at the city hospital suffering
with painful burns he sustained In an
accident while working in the Silvis
railroad shops. He was setting a tire
on a locomotive drive wheel, when in
some manner the gas heating equip
ment be was using exploded. His
right arm and hand were terribly burn
ed and his left arm and face also sus
tained painful burns.
To Have City Hall. The $10,000 for
feit which the Tri-City Railway com
pany tendered East Moliue last week
for the non-extension of the road to
Geneseo, is to be used for the raising
of a municipal building. At the coun
cil meeting Monday night the matter
was talked over informally, the sense
of the c$nference being that the mon
ey should be used toward the erection
of a new city hall. At present thd
council rents a room for the city clerk
and holds Its meetings there. They
are in favor of saving this rental and
the constructing of the new building
as soon as possible.
Mexican "Corn King'' Here. Mexi
co's corn expert, Seferino Dominguez
of Mexico City, is a Moline visitor. He
has come to this agricultural imple
ment manufacturing center to gather
data which is to be applied toward the
furtherance of the farming industry in
the land to the south of the United
States. During his stay here he will
confer with men who are directors of
affairs in Moline plow factories, and
he intends to use the information gath
ered for a book which he expects to
write and publish upon return to his
native land. i
Swedish M. E. Board Elects. Swed
ish Methodist official hoard met Mon
day evening at the church and made
some plans, beside electing these offi
cers: Treasurer, C. Winkler; financial
secretary, Carl Erickson; recording
secretary, C. I.indnuist. n was decid
ed to hold a series of mission meetings
for two weeks late in October and ear
ly In November in the church. Rev.
Theodore Moberg of Andover and Rev.
A. G. Peterson of Bishop Hill will be
here to assist the local pastor and
Osborne Again Pastor. Rev. J. M.
Osborne was unanimously reelected
pastor for the ensuing year at the an
nual union meeting of the Silvis and
Watertown Baptist churches.
Wife Complains; Relents. After
signing a state warrant charging her
jhusbr.nd with disorderly conduct and
; offering testimony ns star witness In a
(case against him, Mrs. Carl Young
:quist, 302 Fourth avenue, volunteered
, to pay a fine of $100 and costs which
j had been levied against her unfaithful
! spouse by Justice W. K.. Whiteside
Said she, as judgment was passed upon
; the defendant: "How much are the
costs, your honor The reply was,
"$4.0.V Opening her handbag, Mrs.
i Youngquist brought out a large roll of
bills and thereupon announced her In
tention of paying the fine and costs so
home from a visit at Des Moines.
J. Slover of Arkansas has taken a
position In the shops here.
Mrs. R, S. Silvia was paid a visit
by Mrs. Belle Stephens of Geneseo.
Miss Marietta Reimers, who teach
es the fifth grade here, snent last
Saturday with her mother at Grundy
Mrs. T. J. Rumsey is recovering
from an illness.
Mies Alice Brown of Osborne visit
ed relatives here Sunday.
G. Farrow and wife have arrived
home from their western trip.
AT CABY'S CUDE
T A V
Ixndon. Gaby Deslys, the clever
little French dancer who played havoc
with .the heart of young King Manuel
of Portugal, has succeeded admir
ably in startling England with her
new dance at the Pa'.ace theatre and
getting the British censor in hot w-a-ter.
She appeared at the Palace the
atre in a sketch which some of the
critics described as really amazing,
etc., and the Lord Chamberlain was
called upon to stop the performance
at once and was severely taken to
task for licensing the show.
The Lord Chamberlains office ex
plained that while the Deslys sketch
had been submitted and passed. It
could not be held responsible for the
dance, which Gaby had interpolated.
The scenario submitted to the cen
sorship merely referred to "a dance."
The exact character of the dance
could not be judged by seeing it
done, and the Lord Chamberlains of
fice intimated that a qualified official
would attend the Palace theatre and
see for himself.
Meanwhile, however, in deference
to the outcry made in the press, the
manager of the theatre had induced
Gaby to omit from the sketch the
S. B. HARTMAN. M. O.
Having a ilttlt lnuiness In one of
tho federal olt'.i cs f the city, lifter I,
was flr.lKlied 1 fell lii conversation
contained in Peruna. Each patient was undoubtedly the alcohol that cur-
read it. if he pleases. I cannot J c-d her. or at least helped to. The
where there is an ydi-ception." t other ingredients of Peruna might
"Well. I v.oiilJ not take Perunn. " i have assisted, no doubt did. In your
he persisted. "Now, I was sick, I fca'l case u wa8 the 'whol la the beer
a stomach di.--e.ise. A violent pain. that cured "ou of tie stomach difficul-.
that would come on about rt hnnr -r '' Peruna has cured thousands of
two after each meal. It grew worse
nnd worse. I was also constipated.
with the official In charge concerning I consulted several doctors in our ; Pr thought cf it in that way before.
Pcnma. I me.ition his business to cry about my health. I went to se? There has been so much said about
Well, I declare," he replied, "I nev
shrw thnt the conversation was con- a prominent specialist in New York . alcohol being poisonous that I sup-
ducted with a in in of more tlian or- City, paid cut a great deal of monev, : pose my juind has been prejudiced
ciin.'.ry inf e'ligeniv, b- ing an einptoje hut no help. One time I was having ; against it. I'.ut if as you say there
if the ft vetnTi. nt w'uo h.id p.isaeti a had epe'.l oil the train. The gentl'- ! 1 also alcohol in beer, the same kind
through several cli! service exaraina-' man who occupied the next seat, was ' alcohol as Is used in Peruna, I cau
tions, lie said 'jo :::o, ,i t Knowing a retired phvsician with whom I had l)ot E(e where tha difference is my-
nQftinlor foiitnro whioh had fi.rniiRf'fi
(.. .. . .,.,,JOu, asau.oi. iium eut- ,he indignation of the critics ana
had complained, might avoid serving wheil the j,ord chamberlain's repre-
, a sentence in the county bastile in sentative appeared at the theatre his
i lieu of payment. But as the case was sensibilities remained unshocked.
rougni agamat.the man for his pun
j ishment and not for the injury of his I
; wife, the judge decided to remit tha :
nne and collect the costs. Youngquist
r mi i ii
ur inc. runwi.
v.hoTwn.j; boen acouaintd. He said to me. self.
"I tlnn a great deal ..; tl is ; dtent 'My friends, if you want to get w-ll "Well," I replied, "you have been
mciiicine buslneb.i m::! to be st pi cd. ' I would advise you to take a glass doing exactly what the average man
E.Hri.!!y r: h, remdi. s as IVr:n:i. '
Perun.1. as you ki.nv. In a fl.iu:'at!t
and co:i:,ilns eighteen or twtnty p r
cent of plcohol. P.-op',- tr.u- ft niti -out
k lowing wh;it i- Ih, it d fccli
reir.edics i:i'h? to he prohibit 1 liy
!aw. My own mother tok P n n
ofire. She hud 3 coi . h. night twvd'.i.
as grow it g ei.,a:-:.-f.-d and weak.
Sove'ul doctor? cxan.iii.d her. The
opinion was expre.-.-,d several times
that she wa to'iig in'o corstirr;u
ticn. One tVc-.-g'it it w as' i:iTCj. .2 '
broncl-IM?. .t p.ry rate, her cond
tion w;s q'lite t.rit--;s. She was un
able to got ar.y relief from the doc
tors she consulted. a!-hoi:gh she loo'.t
their medicines fairhfjlly for nearly
a year. Some or. to!d her abo:;t
reruua. and a--l;st my wirfj and
of lairer beer before each meal. I and woman Is doing. You have al
tir'nk that iV. cure you.' Having lowed your mind to become prejudiced
followed the directions of several against Peruna on account of Us con-o-d
physicians without any assist-; taining alcohol. Without stopping to
:.-:i-e, I thought I would try the beer. '0 ':'t0 ,,le matter at all you have
I.i a very short time I found It was ' assurr.ed that there is something terrl
NMpi:;? me. and I got entirely well. disreputable about remedies con
My bowels became regc.lar and I had fining alcohol. The fact Is, however,
ro more pain. No more distress ,nat moEt all fluid medicines, wheth
er prescribed by a doctor or put up
as a patent medicine, contain a cer
tain amount of alcohol. It was alco-
; '' r n-.ea'.s. Now, If my mother had
d sor.:e remedy like that !t would
he nil right. Bu. to persist In usina
! f otr.e Fecret remedy like Peruna, I , no1 ,ilat ufd our mother. It was
th'rk It Is outrageous." alcohol that cured you. In my opln-
Ag.-.in I ventured to ask sone ques- io,1 lcohol in some form or other
tlor.s. I asked: "What do you sup- is making more cures than ail other
'roc.. It v::s In The lager beer that ef- dru8 combined. This is not saying,
feet- d the cure?" however, that Peruna contains only
Why, 1 presume it was the -stimu- aIcono1- tor It does contain eicei;ent
lam it contained. Yes. no doubt it : remedies besides alcohol. But I do
ngi.'.r.st tV -s of cir family, she the stimulant." , contend tiat the alcohol in enraa
began takln? if. At cr.ee she ir.iprov- "You know, of course, that the stim- ie nct only DOt narlErul to those who
ed. and in leM thra six months she uls::t in beer is alcohol, the sntn-j ,ake but " ln tfae doses pre-
apparently was well. We did all we as in wine of whiskey cr at y other
could to discourage her in taking alcoholic drink?"
Peruna. but she p rsisted. It fliia:iy "Yes, 1 have heard 3ay 'hct beer
came out In the magazines that Pe- contr.ins ahout five per cert of alco-
runa contained alcohol. Then we hoi."
' Knew at oncp wtat 11 ' lUt brn--- ' That is correct." I rer.lied. -You ! Social Nu.-vln,
fired my mother, it was fnply the took a bottle of Cer before each meal. ' making inquiries for the oMUme Pe-
contaiuea. we cia you? : H.na tv c,h .,m .. tv,;-
e'-' i mula is now put out under the name
'In doing so you were drinking a ; of KA-TAR-NO, manufactured by
five per cent EO.ution of alco-' KA-TAR-NO company, Columbus,
Cihio. Write them and they will be
ploas.-d to send you a free booklet.
Many Students Enrolled. One hun
dred students were enrolled Monday
' night at the opening of the public
'night school for foieigners in the Irv
i ing building and a successful year is
! certain. C. H. Krone, superintendent
'employed by the board of education,
feels confident that this number will
jbe doubled and that the school will
soon he taxed to capacity.
Cheated by Peddler. Complaint of
! short measure on potatoes w as filed
j with Commissioner E. L. Eastman yes
jterday by a housewife living on Nine-
teenth avenue. She alleges that she
has bee-a defrauded out of three bush
els of potatoes by a local peddler, but
' was unaUe to give a sufficient des'crip
1 tion of the man to Identify him from
i among the many vegetable venders In
, the city. In the complaint she states
I that, though the regular bushel basket
! measure with the city seal had been
! used, she found on investigation that
I the peddler had placed only seven
! bushels of potatoes in her cellar In
stead of ten bushels which she had
ordered and paid for.
scribed cn the bottle it will do a great
deal of good and there is not the
slightest danger of forming a drug
Peruna is for sale at ail drug stores.
' , SILVIS I
Curious Traits of One ef the Savage
Tribes of Siberia.
Concerning oue of the obscure races
of northwestern Siberia a traveler
writes: "A few of the traits of these
curious people tpny prove of Interest
as they show that environment Is the
strongest factor In determining charac
ter. Their intense superstition Is ac
counted for by innate fear of all things
they cannot understand. Their shy
ness, dislike of strangers and drend of
their lamas and chiefs are sgaln the
result of superstition and seclusion.
Sadness and melancholia are stamped
on their faces, as Is natural to a peo
ple who are in constaut fesr of the
genii of the mountains, rivers and
forests. whoie whole time Is taken up
with propitiating the gods lest evil be
"The Urlankhal Is a product of the
forest as the Arab Is of the desert
The one Is the antithesis of the other.
Environment has molded the character
of each to his surroundings. The fear
less believer In one God. the nomad of
the sunlit desert compares strikingly
with the superstitious Inhabitants of
dark, damp forests, fearsome of evil
spirit and cringing under their witcb
"All through life the forest dweller
Is In fear of offending the deities, and
st death bis corpse Is carried oat and
placed on some lone hilltop, where the
wild beasts are expected to devour it
If the man has led a good life, bat
bad Criankfcai have not that doubtful
honor bestowed upon them." Chicago
m m i?
An invitation is extended
to every electric light user
to call and see the
in Electric Lamps and Appliances
TT'may seem odd to mention styles'
when referring to electrical goods, but never
theless the motifs, designs and character of
Electric Lamps and Appliances are constantly changing.
Hardly a day passes without some new electrical
device being brought to our attention.
In order to offer our customers the best and latest
in electrical goods, we are 'always testing and examining some
new lamp, toaster or other electrical device.
Here are but a few of the many new
Things Electrical now on display :
Sewing Machine Motors
Whmn next you arm in Chicago,
b mar to vilit Electric Shop.
p Michigan and Jackson Blvds. yi
Wb UcJuokln Advertlitng Agency, Chluco
the French" word" cloii. for nail. Cloves
are very heavily charged with a pun
gent, acrid, volatile oil. as much as 20
per cent sometimes being extmcted.
This oil Is valuable for flavoring and
scenting purposes and has a limited
field In medicine, but the habit of "eat
ing cloves," In which young folks and
too often old ones Indulge. Is very rep
rehensible, as the oil is a powerful
drug, becoming In many cases an In
There are one or two place names In
England which for eccentricity It
would be hard to beat, even In Canada.
Cornwall boasts of a village called
Drunkards All and of a tithing called
London Apprentice. The name of an
other Cornish village Grombla
sounds worse when spoken than It
looks In print The same may be said
of the neighboring village of 8t Eval,
which is always pronounced "Ban
deval." Bishop Phil potts asked a can
didate for ordination where he came
.was the reply.
-xtear me," remarked the bishop"; "l
know that Oornlshuien venerate St
Tudy. St. Cuby, St Uny and other
saints unknown to the calendar, but I
was not aware they had canonized
him!" London Chronicle.
"A new milkman left our milk to
day," announced Dorothy.
"Did be have whlnkers7' asked her
mother, thinking perhaps It was the
"No," said the fonr-year-old; "he
tfldfl't have whiskers, but be had the
toot." Harper's Weekly. .
Innocent Youug Wife The doctor
aid you were to have a little animal
food today, John, so I've chopped yon
op a bit of nice clover buy and scalded
It to muke it go down sof terl London
It ts more heroic to live on one's
grief then to die on It
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and through three generations Beecham's Pills are uni
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of .disorders of the organs of digestion and elimination ever
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1? - ..,avLafcivu.
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MJFT Rv FEE ONLY ONE DOLLAR g
U J 1 INCLI1DINR MFmr.INt
M.'ouoi mat reruua
had the laugh cn mother. We have '
not ceased to make fuu of her yet'
about her being cured with a dilution pint of
of alcohol. She seems to be embar- hoi."
lased ty our tea?;n her. but is very "Yes, I suppcee so."
stubborn. She says that if she ere4 "Five per cent would be oteHwe--. ui,exU,feug.
Emil Klebe, wife and little daugh-
j ter drove to Coal Valley Saturday to
j visit relatives over Sunday,
j John Clark was badly bruised in a
runaway when Johnson brothers'
I team, hitched to their grocery wagon, !
I ran away Friday morning. No ser
; iocs damage was done.
TS -I u 1 Enn AanartAil TV A n
. ... ,. 0 : .. ' 1 These Cower buds are gathered when
for a visit at Spnnefie.d. ... . . t. .
tc-- , . ' ' they have become of a bright red and
... ouaii .nil vu 11 u 1:1 i j u 1:1 a or.ej
I visit at Chicago.
T , r . - . :
The Oil In Cloves.
Cloves are simply the dried flower
buds of a beautiful evergreen tree
: growing naturally on the Spice islands.
are Just on the (olpt of opening The
1 ... . ' name comes irom me resemblance or
Tr-- .t4 x ty aa returned t
Before you pay big fes to others lnventlifitte our areat
success and low prices. For 17 years the bent and
cheapest. Our fee for medical treatment is only one
dollar Including medicine. In Catarrh. Rheumatism and
many Heart. Stomach and Lung Troubles Also Ner
vous Debility, Weakness, Lni-s of VIor, all run dvn.
Varicose Veins, Kidney, Bladder, Blood and Hi; In I;1--ease
at very low rates. Call at office once. You cau
return home same day.
and children should take oar
treatment for lune. heart. Et.-.rT.ai-h
rheumatic and : ervdus di.ieai. 17 ynars In Davmport.
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