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j T6rh-iJ had tyen'paylng Alico a good
tleul of attention, and when I heard on
tho quiot that sho was engaged I thought
I would bo foxy and eond her somo flow-
atrsrwithu congratulatory message.
Jiick Great scheme! How did it
Tom It would havo worked all right
If tho florist hadn't inado rt mistake and
sent her a big pillow with "Wo Mourn
Onr Dors" oh it. Brooklyn Life.
A Thrifty Soul.
.Airs. Cheaply; (returning joyously front
t MBhopping tdur John, givo mo $i,
Mr. Chpaply-r-What for?
Mrs.j Cheaply Oh, I'vo got a lovely-
D.irgaini'-a.tgavo oniy ou cents for a beau
tiful hanging lamp.
Mr. Cheaply But what's tho $4 for?
Mrs. Cheaply Why, I want to pay tho
cabnmu I hircl to bring it homo with
. mo. Chicago Record.
"What is Willio Wibbles doing?" asked
i business. man. "He hasn't moved for
"I usked'him that question. Ho'said
ho was collecting his thoughts."
"Well, ho can sympathize with us. Ho
evidently finds collections pretty slow."
nil of rutting it.
Mr. Famblyman I think, old fellow,
it is time you were beginning to hunt for
Mr,, yerifair To hunt for one? You
mean it is time I gave up avoiding one
and allowed myself to bo captured.
A Knelt of Refuge.
. In Hawaii, one of the Sandwich Is
" lands, there is a spot called tho Rock
of Refuge. If a criminal reaches
this rock before capture hois Bafo so
long as he remains there. Usually
. Jiis family Bupply him with food un
til lie is able to make his escape, but
vt bo is never allowed to return to his
, -own tribe. Hawaii Correspondence.
The .'tllhr - in
de.itroyot w -hj .e-
' thcieby loi.vl'-iiHji e t :
faafer to th" I.i. it i... .. , .-
If people w oiv.d r u .! t . t.
a3 a tjWu houice oi" ".(.. u wl i
time conicy to lu t-kniiK i . k1 u. i
and tusks c'elivesvil up. and u. an t
rivaled .water beav5ii:,r while i
lives, llioy would pi-ouetlju'j. i 1st -n
tof trying to exterminate in::t - Hoi
da Fai mer find Fi uit gi u er
to the ways of Her household."
Yes, Solomon is right; that's what
the good housekeeper everywhere
But her -ways are not always
"eld ways. In fact she has dis-
- carded many unsatisfactory old
ways. For instance, to.-day she
ylthe New Shortening, instead ol
lard. And this is in itself a rea
son why "she looketh well" in
another sense, for she eats no
lard to cause poor digestion and
a worse complexion.
Corroi.ENB is much better
than lard for all cooking pur-
,poses, as every one who has tried
Ht declares. Have you tried ltf
For sale everywhere.
BtrUSC ALE SUBSTITOTtS.
Genuine nude only by
N.K. FAIRBANKS. CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAQO. NEW YORK, BOSTON.
'A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL. FOR A DOSE.
4 moT.rn.nt of (h. bow.l. 'a'thnrluS
to. By, and o! U. OonplMrtw, &"" r
H.k.i u oth.r plU. do. ".tJSft&Ssi W
Sold by Bxukett A Van My 1.
I-.rtJ.lMT JwUr A?K rSnTwM "Uoo
iltini'i Onion UrP, "J " "SlTi ...irwhr-
f 3 i J T
VAiaa' Ji IW
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nrLU-nbc Or- GOuU CLfYTWEA
Two Counterrelt'cnlti anil n
Point a Moral.
Thcro h a gobd deal of counterfeit sil
ver floating about just now, and a preva
lent quarter to catch it lfn in hn ,,.
between Fortieth and Fiftieth.
"I l)ttd no less than font-bad half dol
lars) offered .me in ono day last week,"
laid a'groceryinan on Forty-third street.
Various other tiadesmcn complained of
tho ctro they had to take in order to pre
vent being imposed on.
Two unconscious victims formed a co
incidence recently. A poorly clad but re
sectable looking woman bought a lemon
la a Forty-second street store and pre
sented a quarter, from which she await
ed the change.
"Now, look you hero." shouted th
shopman in a threatening, bulldog fash
ion, "mat quarter s lead, and you know
it. Hand up that lemon. You'ioarenr'lar
ild rounder, that's what you are, and
,'ou dare to show your face in a store
liko this! Now shut your mouth and
clear out o' here!" he yelled as tho poor
woman tried to got in her explanation
that sho had been imposed upon herself
ind had no idea tho coin was bad.
Ten minutes later brought in a fash
ionably dressed woman, who bought a
cheap basket of grapes, presenting in ex
change tho massivo, unpopular cart
wheel. Tho 'man jingled it, or rather didn't,
on tno counter, scrutinized it closely.
then pulled 'his countenance into an oz
pressidu of deeply respectful regret.
"I'm very sorry, madam," ho began.
"Oh, isn't it good? I got it from a man
on tho cable car. Never mind the grapes
if it isn't," poured forth the well gowned
woman anxiously, while tho shopman re
mained grave and sympathetic.
"I'm sorry, madam, it isn't. It's not
even a good counterfeit. Too bad you
should have been cheated."
"It really is a shame," he remarked
after she had gone. "I ought to have
had her arrested," was what he said
when the poor woman left. But this was
just his little moral on the subject of
good clothes. New York World.
The regretted death of M. Tschalkow
sky, which was occasioned by an attack
of cholera, deprives music of a master
who had attained in his 50 and odd years
a distinct measure of greatness in his art.
Ho was past 20 years of age before ho re
solved to devoto himself to a musical ca
reer. This was in 1802, when the Con
servatoire of Music was founded at St.
Petersburg. From that date practically
his career as a composer began, although
it was only during the last 15 years that
his nn 'ie has been prominently associat
ed with musical composition throughout
Despito this widespread reputation,
however, ho contrived to instill a pecul
iarly native inspiration into his music.
He had a bold conception of melody
which in his hands was subjected to
luxuriant and massivo change, and into
which he was fond -of, as it were, drop
oing Russian native -phrases, imparting
to it a singularly characteristic quality.
Perhaps his most ambitious operatic ef
fect was "Eugene Onegin," the chief de
fect of which lies in its lamentably weak
Nevertheless it is an opera which is the
true storehouse of melody and most me
lodious modulation. His music is rarely
dull. It is for the most part lit up by a
kind of merry and keen vitality. Indeed
he seldom persuaded himself to becalm,
and his art has consequently a somewhat
restless character. But ho was a man of
great distinction, whose loss it becomes
us to deplore. Pall Mall Budget.
Iluryinc Without Collins.
From the earliest ages to within about
100 years ago it appears to havo been cus
tomary to bury either with or without a
coffin. Tho f ollowing is an extract from
a terrier of lands, fees, etc., belonging to
Caistor vicarago, Lincolnshire, dated
1717: "For every grave in the church
yard and without coffin, 4 pcncei if with
( i BMMni?." Among the vestry
minutes of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, dat
ed MaTch 5, 1504: "Item, that none shall
be buryd within the church unless the
dead corpse be coffined in wood. Tho
late John Bernard Palmer, firsUbbot of
t, Piotorrinns in Enchwd Bindo til
reformation, was buried in the chapter
house at Loughborough without a coffin.
In the days when burial whuouv . u
was general the body was shrouded, tied
at the head and feet, and carried to the
grave in a closed bier, which was gen
erally provided by. the pal -or tb
purpose. westminsygt .-".
On that part of lower Clark street
where tho houses have shriveled I awa
until tbey are riever more than 20 fee
S, where the sidewalks are moldy and
decayed, where flimsy lace curtains bang
fn the windows and where no man looks
Ion in the eye, a coal wagon was seen
fhe other day overloaded an U
UuSSianlonging before theentranc.
and no ran iu . -- . th
. . i L.t'Aa
fastened aoouv " v -n
twine took two of tli
.-.i 4hn n woman wltu
SET trotted' daw. a fairway and
thTred up what was left, even to ne
..Do vou know , said Miss Flypp, "H
.R?J.rtr oncbt to have a motto.
wnausyou--.-- . .
Mine is 'No
the latter. -Brooklyu
The sacred oriflamb.
Wcb an ""Cer mounted on
bv. was a red k wnn .. three
..-. - ., inn three
THE WORK OF A MIGHTY BUST.
Nearly 800,000 Tons of Itoek Loos.n.d oy
a Single Explosion.
For many years a huee mass of iw.V
technically known as a "dike " n mivr
from previous workers, has hnunivi
over one of tho Great Dlnerwio quarries,
iue property oi air. Assehton Smith,
and has been n growing menace to the
Eafety of men employed in the galleries
below, which, in a series of terraces, rise
almost from the edgo of the hko far up
tho steep breast of tho mountain. The
Hon. W. W. Vivian, who manages the
quarriei for Mr. Assehton Smith, de
cided to remove the dike, and during the
last throe months preparations for its
destruction have been in active progress.
From three longitudinal tunnels in the
solid rock 10 ohambers, each 11 feet by
4 feet, were made and charced with eel-
atin dynamite. Each bag of this ex
plosive was placed in position by Mr.
Vivian himself. Etrythine havincbeen
satisfactorily arranged, Mrs. Assehton
Smith was requested to fire the 20 min
utes' time fuse Teadlng to the massif
somo 2i tons of gelatin dynamite Safely
packed in the entrails of the rocki a re
quest to which she readily acceded. The
hour was fixed for 1 o'clock on Satur
day, and shortly before the time thou
sands of people from Llanberis 'and ad
jacent ullages Bangor, Carnarvon and
other towns took up advantageous posi
tions in the neighborhood.
Punctually at the appointed time'Mra.
Assehton Smith fired the time fuse, and
at 1 :02 o'clock the earth for a mile round
was shaken as if by an earthquake. At
the next instant the face of the tremen
dous dike, which towered gloomily up
ward and on cither side of which tho
rain covered rock glistened in a passing
burst of sunshine, began to quiver omi
nously, and the loose earth in its crevices
clattered down its smooth face like an
avalancho. Next from different parts of
the rock came sputtering bursts of smoke,
aud then enormousblocks dotached them
selves from the mountainous mass of rock,
toppled slowlyforward and finally crash
ed into the abyss below with deafening
uproar, which, mingling with the thun
ders of tho exploding dynamite, now
freed from its rocky prison, reverberated
grandly among the mountains that tow
ered ruggedly into tho cloud darkened
sky. Again and again was the downfall
of the huge'maBses of rock repeated till
180,000 tons lay like "tumbled fragment
of the hills" far below. A dense white
smoke, the deadly afterdamp, clung for
awhile around tho scene of tho explosion,
and, when cleared away, in the place of
tho dike there was a gioat gap, in whiob
glistened hero and there pinnaales of
splintered rocks. London Tefegraph.
An Interettlns liU
There is a wholly unintentional flavor
of romance in a new publication of tho
federal government. It is a little yel
low backed volume purporting to indi
cate the principal exports to the United
States from cities and countries where
consuls of this government reside. The
odd, the unexpected and the incongruous
constantly comooutin theselists. From
Turin, according to this record, We ob
tain gunstocksj from Naples, cuttlefish
bones; from Portugal, argols and anti
mony from Moscow, horses' manes;
from Riga, objects of divine service;
from Barcelona, cream of tartar, lico
rice, glycerin, jackasses and oil paint
ings; from Tuxpain, Mexico, vanilla,
chiches, honey, oedar, sarsaparilla and
deerskins; from Colombia, skins, hides,
divi diyi, bones and bananas; from
Bathurst, British Africa, ostrich eggs
and everlasting flowers; from Sierra
Leone, ginger, palm oil and monkeys;
from New Zealand, kauri gum, gold
and sausage casings, and from Samoa,
wreckage, copra and curios. New York
Ton of robllo Document.
There are botween 700,000 and 1,000,
000 publio documents piled up in the
vaults of the capitol. They have been
accumulating there ever since the gov
ernment began to be so prodigal with
cood white paper, printers' ink and fast
D . rt .- .1 .).. .n .i.A.tk.911
pressworK. bobjo ui iuhuo m "
a volume. A man who makes a specialty
in dealing in government publications
has offered that. Most of them are not
worth 25 cents. Mr. Richardson of
Tennessee has undertaken to got the
whole accumulation cleared out. He
proposes to have these books distributed
to libraries and institutions of various
kinds. He also proposes to regulate fu
ture printing so that only those public
documents for which there iaamand
shall be printed and so that such shall
be distributed promptly. Meanwhile,
as ho carries the load of 700,000 accumn
lated volumes, he grows more and more
round shoulderod.-Washington Corre
Wool-I don't think it quite sf for
yott to play the clarinet.
Wool-Suppose by "fdU2
fcnnld swallow mm of the mwicJ-
Kw York Herald.
v'm- -: .wwa.
ERIE KDJCAL CO.
r i , ,
Itojul I'resenoo of Mind.
Au historian of William IV of Eng
land related that he seemed In a mnman.
'tary dilemma one day when at table
with several officers he ordered one of
the waiters to "take away that marine
were, pointing to an empty bottle.
"Your majesty," inquired a colonel of
I marines, "do you compare an empty bot
tle to a momber of our branch of the
ica, iujuiru me monarcn, as vr a
sudden thought had struck Mm; "I monn
to say it has ilono its dnrv nnra nri &
ready to do it again." Youth's Compan
A DUncreeaule Term.
I wbnt the other day to see the" man
Who is slowly starving to death in this
land of plenty. He is meeting this hor
rlbleiate as nn alternative of taking de
leterious matter into his system and dy
ing as it were by poison.
"I can't help it," ho said. "There is
absolutely nothing that can be eaten
with safety. I'vo just given up boiled
"Boiled milk?" I replied. "Why, I al
ways thought that was the most harm
less food which could possibly bo ob
tained." "I thought so, too, until recently, but
now n noted medical authority says that
"when water and milk are boiled their
most valuable nutritive pioperties nro
"Of courso j on are afraid to eat meat
"All rank poisons, sir full of perni
cious bacilli. I couldn't think df eating
'How about bread and butter?"
"Well, there is liable to bo a fungous
growth in bread cry detrimental to the
health, and if the baking powder used in
it happens to contain alum, as is usually
tno case, tno matter is inacio lnnnueiy
worso. Au for butter, not long ago I
read in ft medical journal that there may
be "more bacilli in a piece of butter than
there are inhabitants in Europe."
"But if you ate toast, would not tho
effect Jof tho fungus and alum bo neutral
ized?" "Possibly, but I can't eat it dry, and if
I spread butter nn it I run into another
danger, for while raw butter is full of
microbes melted butter Is a deadly poi
son in tho system. No, there id nothing
that is safe to eat or drink, nnd I can do
That seems to bo tho only alternative.
Blie Knew It Already.
Thcro is an old lady living in a Somer
setshire village who makes f rantio efforts
to keep abreast of tho times. Circum
scribed, however, in her social spnero
and with limited opportunities of devel
opment, it is difficult, and she is com
pelled sometimes to resort to ner imag
ination, tho result being occasionally of
a (somewhat surprising and amusing de
scription. Vain is the effort to tell her anything
she does not already know or startlo her
Last winter she went to tho church
"sociable.'' nnd as she entered tho room
oneof tho young ladicssaid, "Good even
ing, nuntio. 1 am very glad you came.
We aro going to have a tableau this even-
"Yes, I know, l know," repneu tno oiu
lady; "you needn't toll mo that. Why,
I smelt 'em cooking when I first came in
at the door." London Exchange.
Xr. J. If. BUUwan
" I am Truly Thankful
For Ilood's Birsaparllla. In the war I eoa.
rUd. inH " and ferer and Kue,
rUI p.U"l-S Uom width I Ua suffered
r'becao taking :
irmifVMvM wr v"r,-
!n""".iiii . work In a montni. ana
"n in belter heldtt than nr lime atnMU,.
Munautture Standard Prewed nriek.
umi Hrttk In all Fatt.rna for KronU
.-.nnnlr thabrieJc (ortbe New Hlem City
.SSS'f.rtrSllthYfln. build Pfaerecl4
yard. ' VtoHtatlArr, aim. or
vmnamlia la Paper.
.... n.u,.arwra. HmI In tiundfea of
100 pot cut, tor wile at Ma ffl l
TUB OuiATixe.-nw b9 DAII.Y
K, Only W cm nwttb. Ky-maJl
ct a eaontb,
. What Is tho condition of your? Is Jyour Unlr dry, 5
linrsh. hrlttln? Dnni it tanllf Yh .ro w tt'J. 1
lifeless appearance? Docs it) fall but when combed orK
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Docsyobr scateltch?
Is it dry or In a Itcatcd Condition ? If tticie are dome o g
ti whit Ton nerd. IU prodootlon N not an aoeldeat. bit tfce remit of idtnllrta
ntenrch. Knoirledn of the dtiuf of tlie hair and aoalp led ( the dlaeor
error how to trenttham. Mfiknolninl,f oont&lBBBnithftpmlncral.tAniiJ ft
the follicles, tt ttoptuutng
.. tv Keen the icalp clean, beatthr, and free from trrllatlnc rncUona. It i
the ujo of hJri iH Seap ItdeKrorsjxirafUta (wnu, wAWttiJ oa i
wm unny in. nnir.
If ytmr dranut cwoq tupelr TOO fead dtreet to w, and re will forward
prepaid, on receipt ot price. Orowr, L00 pr bot Ue 1 1 f or J.oa 8op, Wc
THE SKOOKUIt ttbOT HAIR OROVER CO., ,
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Oor, 30th and Cbemeketa Eiret,
Geo. Fendrich, .,
Best meat anl treo delivery.
136 btate Streot.
iox coats nnd loose snclc shaped even
ing wraps of only medium length are
shown nt the best importing houses,
formed of ermino fur, with pointed col
laretto and hugo sleevoa mado of black,
dark green or dark brown volvot.
For theater uses are pretty velvet capes
with capo collars and a straight stand
ing modici collar lined with ostrich
feathers. The capo itself is lined with
somo pretty contrasting color and tho
smart littlo'bonnet on suito matches tills
lining in hue.
Velvet costumes of golden brown,
Russian greon, dark wino color and
plum color or dahlia aro mado with
sovon gored skirts, and long York coat
with immense alcoves, the only trim
ming being a very showy Louis XTV
cravat of creamy voniso point laco.
Many of tho black velvet skirts this
season aro cut in circular shape and
trimmed with satin or raoiro bands,
edged with a tiny roll of black astra
khan. Tho small Spanish jackot is mado
wholly of tho fur, with largo sleeves of
the velvet. Tho collar and girdlo aro of
jet. Now York Post.
jUUUOUuUOU UUUUU ywuvl .UjUJUjU
llnalnntlv remoVcaand forever dcttroy) ob
tlMLInnahla balr. wheilicr unoil tbe band
.. , .,- ., . - ---- - j,.,., .
moo arms or uock, wnuonv uiscomruviuu
or injury u mo moai aunciue bkid. h
was for rlfty yenri tbo aovret ormu'aci
Kramnua WlUnn. acknowlodirod by rhyal
olium an I bo h)Kbel nulbority aud tbe
clallattbat ever lived. JJurlug hla prlvaU
iihmi eminoniatrinnioioKiniaiKi nairepe
practlo'i ol (v llfe-llme omoug i lie nooini)
nd arlnlocracy of Kurope ho preeerlbj-d
ihlu rH.lna. I'rlo. II hv in ill. ae'Urely
iackrd Correeponilenreconndential, Hole
geniB lor Ainerutn au iriwa
Tilt SK00KUM ROOT HAI1 GROWER rO.
Silent It. 671-oulh Klllh Avenue Now YnrK
POO'nnr, irim . uin .. -
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE HoTWr
Do yoa wear them? When next In need try pV,,
est in tn wunu.
IfTottWMt n DRE83 8H0t mid In the UUrt
ifylei, don't pij 6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 ef
$S Sbo. Tbey (It oqml to cuiiam mid and Imx tnd
weir at well, If yen villi to economize In your footwear,
de to by turehiilns W. L. DougUt 8hoi. Name and
price ttrnped on the tottsm, look for It when you boy
W. I" DOBCILAfl, Brockton, Mass. 6old by
fKUFKtiSIONAL AND BD8INESaOABD8,
P. II I'AK0r
rx'AllOV 4 BINGHAM. Attorneys at lw.
It lofrasl,2 and S. U'Arcy iiuuoing. m
Mite street. Special altntlon given to iiusl.
nesi In tbe supreme and circuit courU of ibe
rnlLMUN KOHU, Attorney at law, ftein,
T Orrgoa, UIMoe up slalrs In 1'atton block
, gon. Ofllce over liusb'a bank
J.BIIAW.M W.IIUNT MAWIIU
I. Aiiorners ni ,w. v..... v ... ,
rOHN A. OAIK1N, Attorney at law, room
I iaiidi, Uusb bank budding, halem.Or.
OONHAM IIOI.MBM. Attorney; at law
13 bffloK In Hush block, between BlaUand
oiirt, on qoinmercUl street.
iWlec lonsruadiai d pmniptiv rrtnlliea,
Mmpby block, i or utu an
.trevia Malum, Orrg'm.
WO.KNIOHTON-Arebllwt and JUpeHn.
tendeot. Otnce, rooini i ud "
Dit a daVH Lai Hist Graduate of New
Kxk. iIvm ipSeufaWratloa to tbe db.
eeaowomen aud ehlldr.o. noije, tiroal.
lung, kidneys, sklu dlu and surgery.
MfflTVtrUildenee.IolKUte streot. Oouu'l-
.i,w. r.miiLntJ. in bodVUiS P w. 7-l-om
. omm'relai street.
rvK.T O HMITH. lnUt. W 8UW street
D ai4taToiiio Klnlsbed denial opera,
ittsTivery dMcrlptlon, Woleas opera-
SONS OK VTBIlAljHnpl
,rW)Dol VUrarfs, U..A
Ur Camp No,
nu a Wed-
7lMkalnxt VCIocaeiine V"';
visiting DIl"n :,-"
Stow rf&ixrA u. v.
oooUds fc&4 rerrpthlnf .Tonlo.
r Mir, i
cum dandruff and gretn i
nrm AVee, Kew-Terk, N, Y.
Bri and le-
Only 3 cent a day delivered at
1 1 wsm k M.
E. O. Bloolc
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
Has tbe beet facilities lor movlne and raU-iDg-
bouses, jjeave order at Uray Bros., Oi
address Balem, Ore goo.
From Terminal or Interior Points Its
li tbo Una to take
To all Points East and Sbutb,
It Is the dining car rente, ltrnni through
VOTtlbula traluti; every day In, tbe year w
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No obange of curs.)
Composed ofdlnlngcara unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room steepera
Of latest equip meai
Heat tbnt can be constructed and In whiob
accommodations are both tree and lur
nlsbed for holders of drst and eeo&dlM
ELEGANT DAY COAUHE8.
Aoontlnnort Use oouue sting with all
lines. aOordlng dlrsot and uninterrupted
fullman all ep rewwyatlons can be se
cured In advt&co UiroagU any agent of
Throutrh ttoketa to and from all point
In America, Kngland and Kurop cam be
P'lrclmxci at auy ticket ottloe of Ibis com.
V:tll Information concerning. ratesntlms
of tralus.routOT nndotlier detAlls furnished
ou amplication to any acenlor
A. J). OHATtLTON.
A.u.llant (leneral FtMftn.tr Agent. No,
121 First slrott, oor. Wasblogtea: 1'orU
Shaw & Dovymno, Agents,
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
1 DAYS to
Bours u,ckcr Vay' and Ksn'
Through Pullman andTourl". Slee pert, Ffee
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Cm.
for rates aud general Information call on
or d drees,
Wi H, HDKUBURT, Asst, n V, A
94 Wasklngtrtn Ml.. VtitM
Tho Oregon Land Co.,
At Salem, I engaged In aeljlat fruit lands
.. ..... iniiv nr 'mrtrtwin. trhtra more
mitt U now (rowing lbu In ir ;.rrt f tbe
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers aod Eiliiliers,
Cabinet work and ra(tla(r.
Court fl, Opposite Oji.ra Hudse,
On Xctev System.
inerMiem Ught and rowr To
eein upttiio Lave tqnipptd their
andHienuwhble io olltr lhe xubllek be
i est man any ylem ana t. a rate tow
tban any city on tbe couau
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