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amittWuao at the uisk of sobatrlbm ucahi Made by ueistured fetter, rebk. or postal or us m euder, pyabah to ML Laapuaaht 1Ob. hlna Comoany. WrPe'aoa d~eiring In Inoa Pfwpao r garn st tbrlr bore or plane of hoelum am trwi by peta)l oad or throoub bL.ph.ooe No" a1i. kIu Aport amn ed Iarruuhur d.lrler prloutO U. Adyerthswaata. . lawun pructii n tle jurlld be hanude to behove d r s ItFr'tcd eomuiuaicfttlio nut r.aI ebe V Lo postwae is ,acloid. TASK$ OIF sv$IsC31TIOU D1 NUII. paly (pnelndtna NW1"4 1 Itw y .... (lid N Dsily Inulodir !@n~layI air sbwa..... to Daily Ilncu.lina tunday! Wrs months.... 2 10 andey only Itu av.lncnl p r mr. ..... weekly ha Im&l0 only rI ec ar......... loo IWiy bewarrr, p w week. Inee uanusi.. HELENA. 1!N., i.T Lr bl1eetanu. athroal mill always I nlii Iii aIIn 1r hu5I,InewT ou !I* at !eirt fat.,rLO hotels hIthh Aysna. and &I, r'.io.l~ian New York. Ii(.St. !nliafap elUA Ld win an I1'all !an ?Froidoo. Mol)*rmanit. Aut., Loland Ilul4. t pnag?.I)I. Il.. I. A. CampbuIl Is to .auei auithorlurl trrawli log 5ggot r .t this panes linE WLAIIAI9.It !r.portil for Tiu I'Wl'Isp!!C3T daIlly by J3. I. thcrier. U~nited statue)L tror.Y r. w Fat, trtnte ....... ...... d ·:' d 1t,' L,.rI .r, *. 4, t Nin .i.. '.r- w-Ii 5\ Iltlik l (ayl 'TwraL tire 1.). It!:ntluum laa~l*p.`rlr use, L.'sl I.rectat tur UIelouit Fair t"! s1":t war lr. 1iRE DEMOJCRAT'IC NuM1NizNLs. 6TTlT TICKET. For (ontroe'Lan. hAL t. ('UIII4ETr. of !11,tOul&. For Assoc atF JusiLCe. L. A. LU&'1. of l'ogeman. coL'NIY TICKII'. Jor IUbproentativma. A..J. IJAVIISI)N. JA&II.H II. MLLLI'IIY. C. It. NOb"'. t P. It. l19FLrit Nl('UOlA.A II1LGkR, iJo. V. cok'AIk. W. U. IHEL IIT. or tFheriff. ('CIAIILE D. CLTTIS. lor Tresurer, ('LAN.-ht E I'. OARREIT. For Clerk .nd itocordor. CARHLEO H. MCLFYLY. lor County Alt '?DrJ, IL H. I'1l C:dLL For Ameesaot. JA'OBl WIBCII'R. For Auditor. It. k. WILKINSON. lor truorifloudelt of t chool,. MtH. NM"t 1).V1~ IJAKH. lot P'ubllo Adminstrator. W. '. SIIIPMAN. For Coruner. DH;. L'. I. CALMYICUAELL lor surrvyor. JOHN t:. KI:EitL 'IORNSHII' TICKET. lor Jubtkica of the P'eacoe t; H. DAYIA. T11t111%('L OJDONNELL Foet onstabli . W. J. IIHIUX JOH(N QUIRK. UP AND AT THEA. It is les than air weeks until eloe. tion day. The campaign is to be a short one. There is no time to be lost. Dom oerat shbould at once fall into the ranks aid take their accustomed places under the command of their tried and faith tfl loaders, and with the going down of the sun on the sixth day of November tey will have won a magnificent vic tOey, all the more glorious by roasou of the apparent hopelessness of their cause aix mon ths before. Victory should be with the demo oratic party because that party has de served it; it has pro el faithful to the pledges and Ircmises It hae made in every canlpaign for the last thirty years; it has Lben faithfu. to the gIreat maees(s of tIe I:riL in I r slorlty as well iiis o aldver.ity; it has rw.fvr fir. siken ci ,r Li !ra) d thi e t el lejc; th~l temptat, r... ,f sn.< a, l t p,l, r t 1le never ', , it u,, ...la.ce or )t iin: .tt y with Ii:.ul, , 1:, tr'.ts; at all times and u rler ill ii 'i. ,'i.neoe it Im lieon a5 ts . aits iolu' , ihe ;arty in wheitch the power ~f ali 1h plop!, i, reposed, anl in w I., o i kep,,g tio lutero t of all theo people aro /i. ,u! ly guar Ic I. 'hoe ,l,,mr:itic party ,o!f lMontana in the valil, iit . I iitr.pIil lwIllers of tIe party twl m,. L:. ~v* ano lit itn:d g.ae3 l for theur I clity t , :iciur:t.e iri+i, pl"1 L ; not i :,-io : tr,.,l ly 11., r,,:11 al it ant ci +.f t. t:I" . I,1 , 'A' iula I i . .t , ,, 1 i t,, . l , r Chll b'..ihd , .i' . . I. m, ' ;l , , ~I ,€I ulim.u. I ~. I I. uI t+++;u t · 1 1!.,1r.. . I. II!t'. *ar. , C ,o I rliý r y r l, t, , L r ,1'' part L,., ý. 'I.I " Uu tI~U +Livi F fe i u. 1i :' n ' +I I r 1 u n t.+ .nu;.:. nL I. - VIA,.' I11( *)IifLLI .IjIII K r tl 1.r L . . "t 1! . , Il I oru nnrm, nI \l ti, v+ L.II I :"IrT iiL.T tr' Ir+, thuir d.Lur i ". 1 , t r..L!I. II r it I" V: II; u" t , ;t I+ `1,*n 'I"I your tI4'I. )I,, ' I it".' Z'u ; Iryt , 'Ii- ' " pr Ft Itl !L ea~~ orni l I' .u'ln.u I tl I ,,ru " I n wi huii, II ruw1 uut 'rt vtho IIL ty tba"IJg r~r3 uri,~ thu tl!.LIl Ilikull1.. \malr, it f dluora- Hl 11 V4311. toNu~r~ 'Xit, " , ,t v l IIL I (JJ ure (ajt uILJf 't, gneº the command, Forward! Our country and demuooracy, the right and ºi it ory l Y4)I 1AXPA1RKIt to 11HNK OFr. It afylbotdy doubts the hliipaaition of tho A uaionda corporation in the m~attor oIf teoiietllthti itsotf at the eq enso of hin tax jay er~i lot him ci all to mu nd it re coot incident in D)er Lodgo county. 'The usual5 n'przieolntont boa~rd hadI l1 od the iibiOrl.ii'ent pjrice for Anuticoinda property for Ihli year, rating it. at th Iii 0 pr. port iou ate val2UO as ot jh(r prop ory * f t io ciunty7. 'liho cor po'ration oInunzgers, always on the alert to snir '00)y for th01012 company Ilnl the lug ý'.j itcd to the npprnistm'int dim boing to t ighI. TIhiore in rt p.' rt 'xi e t tote lito i Hi., c tToroil to t..t' any jiloo f pr poily is t?:o town tat tho. jri' liii lI iru l'. priv ig that the ejni 0t'nItilii wIa nlot htihr tha e thitiai itrlunlwua but thu jiporty icil trot for sIitu' at Itha~t J'rice, of r ri 'u . 'Ito' town:oli 'iij any t', h tho mnat tur tot no theu 11 i.1 of r, ;:xty n t l ,iononu a',i tol r.,nult in'u that ai rndcuiiu i f t tao thirds wiinqa ait' trom th iu ftjlorn iu riiit place,]. upon town flots in .tilaii'Onli ii ) lou ~ i i to t ho to niuYI ito Cor pn an y. 'tho ii i nti atble condil t jion nlu proson! 1 it - rofin Anaconda of a duttiuronot tf fro tivo hundrod to onie thousand per cent in t he a r rijie men t i nino of two lot a lying silo' by side and nilclo ini all r0' sportsexcoel-t that trne oolongs to the toan stto ciijnpay, ahiiie thoi u ther lu' !C1,;8 to on iidnih iial not 1"', ,r the ;'r~otui'i it the tempi mito c 'uiI'aty or thu A i~luci'o It con pany. t |hero ii GOed for retll'tit'n in this umatter. In th. trstt lLaco it is a tling for the general taxpayers of I),er l, dgo county --the business men, farmers and pro;.erty ouuers of coiullllu.ties and lveighboriodas out66.lo of Anaconda to thok about. But in a far greater degree is it a matter for the taxpayers and loyal citizens of Montana to think about. This circumstance---u eroly onei of a series of similar incidents in the history of the great Anaconda corpora tion- shows that its disposition is to gather in the profits while the taxpay ere carry the burdens. Admitting that such is its disposition-a fact which gooe without saying-its field of operation in this line would be enlarged twenty times Ly giving it the state capital, for then the taxpayers of all Montana would be made to pay the millions of debt which the great Anaconda corpo ration woull saddlo upon the state for tl e upbuilaing of its corporation town. But woul-I it have enough power to do this? Yes. If it can muster the power to capture the state capital in the faco of all the facts against such a result, depend upon it the Anaconda company %ill show ;seelf possessed of sufficient power to do anything it wants to in Montana. Let the voters bear this in mind during the next six weeks, or they may comn to a real:.ition of the truth only after it is to,) late. TIHE ANALOULNA CAMht'AIGN. The supreme myotery to oal Montan ioas intereste, in piblio atTairs is, what does Marcus Daly and the Anaconda company want with the capital? and it is a rare instance that a number of men get together wdnout there is a discus sion of the engrossing subject. It is obvious thait tho mere possibility of money mnk.!g by real estate specu lators curs relatively but a small figure, and behind it all are projects of magni tude justifying the enormous exponse of the campaign. Counting the indirect as well as direct d;sbursements on account of the fight the Anaconda company must be in tho hole at least a million of dollars. For years they hnve beeon shaping matters toward the ono end, and ex.venditures for many I;urpoeae were moade much larger by reason of the influences ex pected to be derived. Their newspaper hle been run at a large and regular an nual loss. heir pay ru,.l have been swelled in numbers for nmr than two year:; solely f, r the effect ou the labor vojte. 'lllousnnrhi La.o won panitl out f, r entcrt.,rie t e ,iit :o:.l irvese of tlh0o Slho could 1rid their c;s, ani. b for, Nirvrber ott.er I,, tIr, is of thousnndl tll be expended in t ru.:ar way%:v. li;'t httle w. i Ih u",il t r 'sltribut tm of titerrture or irguar ..t, i, tho whole plan ,f caupa'gt i i ,I , orI on the pow,'r of Inuacy aroii the irt.ilu entel to b sc,\rt.:il by I br:Ib ]€,aI",.r un,| AI t. . tt L 1 InPomm a ,.r,.. 'aoi1'r., sn'! u z I zrifwiilliurs. .1,-t bfore tho roe't.,:i evory rpouahlo .lBn that car, b' 1 lrI, .11 b..i i lt V it n ,: Tr tl:e ot r , tlh' ir piy rTlli atnd L4 : al t, s. ., eo t . iIq r.v'r. 'I liii A. f,:ow a '.u'r ,ir"!,rg; aiu l n , n- I :,0 l.< 'l t .,,b pr a', t 'r . 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Ir t i I I .... iniitil. t1. .iy rt tLO Ut1441.,I' in.it,1. u1 ift iIkulu .bt, uv: Ii.L" b uWLI c.ui ty, cliy nG ujul l; n I l rv1, unid wr.rl did not know himu ma oe of thIir nunrh~r, sndli hea.id to js somaC s e rangi of nillrllsllius ,uti tail la wlth strangors Loltlto he c nuld 1et Loao the racka. I'opuhlita who builov I n tree * Ilur and Ir itT ritorm will vote to de.. font boutI of tlloterrat lusssurea it tboy %otv' for It ?b Smith, for they will ,role to dluet Ilnrttuen, anti the repiubllohe party Is unrltonlel l opposed to free silver and tuarulY rstofrti. I;,i 'u .'. fuirnishes tho republioan c'iidaidilui! o for u'ozugrese and the deo crniti ruthiiduute for supreme court jus. t It; 1 tu'len n hllo liii pl llst andidate for cf iigten or l Iani therelublican candldate for juistuict; \I'autoilui the t ewooratie ruintduinto for eongreas and tho populist cauud dote t utfr juiutio. tXhu'a a bog? 1.11 e ilI1~u't monil(O~ of the Anaconda Stiii;ul,.l I u'~ 'triusy ou tho worki of the luin:,uir it .u n,?.'e uriiivttleii was manat I ii jru'uuu.v1. XX it at fuI~rlus molder of t)loutllt tho r to giving us! Wa it it>'iitut unl iiiutt of t ho auconuo tail or of r .u i vr t' Yvolnnll ilint ,nii'ud lbo pain? Tit ýI, Aoulu Ia'yclu'no 1uliiye haivoc iltll fue.uur'iit t htiikeru. And they nuoT ailelu turd it ivous ci'uul iuiaZ! flow will Choiy e'ver explain it to Blub? I'ullinman UollrtLORd -.lAnraceMo Bothtt, \nor. 'Ibe e are two towns in the Unote I States which Dnar Onspioooslly the same relation to thir a s:ter communities as to borne by IAuscondla t t th other towns of Montana. ()ne of those is 1'ulhan, Illinoll; the other is hlourestead, Pannosylvanas. Lat ru luck at the capltal quastlon from the standpo:t of of mparison and illustra tion. Sopl use thbrt the Pollmancompany wbuld say to tht reop;e of Illipols: "Give us the oapital of your state:"--wht would the in tolligent 1t ople of Illinois say in reply? If the ('nrue.le company should demand of the people of 'ennsylvania that they surrender their capital to Homestead, wbat would the vouter of 1enesylvania say to Mr. Carnegie? Every man in Montana knows that both Hlomestead and Ha'llman would be driven from the field with derisionl that neither proposition would be entertalaed for a moment, and that any man who advocated such a movr would be considered a labeli diced representative of the company or a St subject for the lunatic asylum. Tblh statement of the ose will not faid dealal even among the most persistent advocates of Anaconda's claims, and yet these same advocates insist that the people of Montana must do the very thin which they admit would be stupidity or Imbecility on the part of the people of Illlnol or Pennsyl vania. lheys Don't All Wer the allSer. l.olt ('orrosipondones of lnder. The iLlbnne woull make t appea. to all that this little burg were all for Ano onds, but this is not so. There are here many noble men that would blush with shame to be seen followlng the footsteps of the paid gang that were sent here to howl for Ans conda on Tuesday last. S.ob a diograceful seone as was witnessed on the streets of Belt the morninl after their night of debauchery by someo of the paid talnot (save the mark) from Great Falls will always be remnembered here with di~aust. One man w.lking the streets in hie stocking feet, without a hat, looking for Plummer, the leud agent (not the road agent), and another so full of balloon juice that be was "out of sight" anod out of his mind. 'The Standnrd mses sore complaint that the lButte & Boston conmpels their employee to work for Hlelene. Let the Standard pub lish a few facts of what the Anaconda com pany is doing hero. No men can get work from the C stner Coal company who will not vote for Anaconda and use his best efforts for it. Men who pat in bids for some stonework, lower by 10 per cent tllni the lowest, we a to'd that they coal. not have the contaoet becaous they would not wear the "copper collar," but wanted to use the rights of free men and rote for Helons. fI Fitnre of the Two Candidates. Ibioukb ln:an. Uwlena will salwas be a prominent clty. Its location end rrtoonflhlatip are suth a to warrant it. Not so with Anaconda. firer Is c('znpatat.1.ly nothing t'Ititary that would oc tinue to keep liet up whon the atno tors cloqe down, as they nrc liable tI do at nnj tiue. One 0f the onco fain tbinRs in tihe world is the lenItb of time a mining ramp will lIVe. Ixnmples are not wentirg of towns as nmbitions as Anaconda whlch bid liii to live as long or long r, In e few yea a Ibecilnri alnmost entireuly do uirto'. lmngiine. if you pleaso. stately capital butldlugo rat re eztinl a hundred thoi5nnd doillt 5 eltted In Aunaondi; sueisters aim'ed; citizens rennoved, save state ~flicia~s; K'sa5 g owin on the iticetal with the stillness of a "deserted vlllage" only broken by the plaintive notes if the in',urnin d,.v x'a. theo nactinnql jingle of i si litsry rovrlt ll. Won ii it be good Losi. !,s ceenao ti.. s!rt a cipjtal lout in in voovtnit each ga ,.t urncertalntieA as does ar )li 1J , ar ll. ' n r.. Sa t "1 11 .. . - , 1 . Ir , , ,I 1 , L 'r t y I... a . , S .1 -> t r 1.i a l',': d' 111, i.. i 1 tI ',, ' -, eI ' ,ci ir .( , t.Lau , i 1 i g t : , let I ra a 'i" l n t l l 'i thi n llf , i 1 i fl 1',l Il it r al ' II. , r ll f l" . i * ' i. a.fO Il Iv ,t '. It, I l ri t '.. ali , It 1 ! r, r t iF t , i ,ar i, q l1 ly I i l, I , a1 (ih all I, n i . t is cll . ' ih : ' i 1 1 at 1. I ) , tl l ca ',f i ,+ th + ,'). It* ,,,',f '' fore dli ' is OIu :t I I '. i I t ir ' ' c., ht . Iz I Li i. ' i tt ati 't r. 4 i t i I ly I '' ,i;a, o I , )f i I e'o n, to , It i',1 t11, l t zid' a tarl w o ar ',l , ' , d n n^ e. ', 1 ;( f to ht4rne b''y M n, t unl n aIw'W'II rs thaltl ¶ ,ri 41 l'y list. Iia , I _ . , l h.u l in ' I a Fia iteli .o 't it l In t I'" t0e t, sn 1g.. varioj lJnterste e01101tly Ue e nw aret whebe would t be? To ush nab question is to answer it--elena. Amaseada eooad not be oonsldered for a maomolt nder snob a propelitnlem. The Why should yel favor her for the eesptalt Ananda yWeolda't It ina IS. Ilumbndman. Ilppoe a competent and entllely un biased party wesL invited from a relab bo ing slate to ee4rs, view the ground. and ebooe suob a location for tboe capital as would best socommodate all portions of the state, can there be a shadow of a doubt that lHelens woelJ be seleoted? None whatever. One tebrilbed Ansconlda Mappoler., Marr.ville Moutaainerr. Thb Anaconda Stlndard is the only news rapor in bontalna that bonestly supports Anaconda for the olta'. ho far as we have been able to learn the btandard hns acco:,ted no bribe thon far. All honor to the Ptandard. I aty'e Iasudl.a Willt Try It, ANLarway. (roat falls Leader. 'h opeople of Ilililllr and Yellowstone valley generally are not to be pu:brhased. Thy will iive a good majority for Helena. Iractly Curreet. ;reat Falls Leaden The further north the capital comes the better for northern hMontan r. MORGAN'S PLACE, 209 NORTH RODNEY. (;crman Prunes, box...... .75 (crmnan Prunes, crate..... L.oo I I ungarian Prunes, baskct.. .25 Fancy Muscat Grapes, bkt. .25 Fancy Damask Grapes, bkt .25 4o0-lb box Crab Apples.... I.50 50o lbs Siberian Crabs, small 1.25 Utah Canteloups, lb....... .o Fancy Washington Apples, 61bs.................. .25 Utah Peaches, 4 lbs....... .25 Norway Herrings, 6 for... .25 Fancy Mackerel, each...... .05 4 lbs. Fancy Jersey Sweets. .25 3 lb pks Washing Powder .25 Cottolene, 5--lb pails....... 50 Hloney, per cake.......... .20 Sardines, box........... .05 Amole Toilet Soap, box... .25 Now, Then! We are fixed to supply your needs in the line of TINWARE AND GRANITEWARE The prices that we sell goods at make the poor happy. Try us on this line. TOMATOES. 30-pound box of the finest To matoes ever in the city for 50c. 10 lbs ior 250. Walker Bros. BROADWAY GROCERY. Telophone 50. We delier all over the oit. MNG'S OPER Hous_ J. L, MING, MANAGER. "Well, I'll Be Darned " NIGHT, SEPT.29 THE ECOENTRIO COMEDIAN Ezra Kendall. /N THE "ROnERT J. " OF FARCE COMEDIES "A PAIR 0F KIDS" A. p' ad , Mr. Kendall diring the past ten y5arn In all tIh astern citiesx A pabl,,e I 'u:mily ('. mn any inr ludin, the VI"p - uler little JENNIE DTNN. ar. *on P.leoat I.,. kwoodl'a Drug toro Fnrday morning t'.ual pri-on. YOUR TIME V Yl a y I ) 1 Zi i ' iid - n ch e ap . I k n ca Ft 1r ;n lo ,t i Iaanuhd t that~ I v'niI~i : Il ,r thri neoxt ().O ,y4 1c: lera; Ltuiiatu.;t ;licuLp,3 thau yuu ciii; Luy thoali at wholesale. A. U(ýi 14 1:IG, 1 S.1 MAIN S'i'. The Old International, ti I . TI:1 W i. I. II I .Is \ 'r;,en ',l l mid i tlBr Int",rtlutiy fl a 11ol ' ii * r h aaa,,.,.. baa' .. c Ito Am n a llra sat .1. Pn~ttisnn piaet unalar thin za~lfmnadutn ut !lul r'tn I u'uirr. Pt te trotn 111.X5 it tny Up Alule Me.ite It ing ra, a rludr lto :alnaanSiornettt o ( I ri 'l t-&t'tunt, I I.·l.aor,· Mutant rtte aned Elca;.lit Mint'ral Batll; in Connection ONLY 14 CITIES-ý In thea Ifiuitd Hialne in ha70 lO had f iauu tloU US uttr IalUd. . but Lu 1HA). tw,,aty-04.. t. andIt 'lii. Na ,,'t$nLWILica La :.L b th b hel Iz.. e .tu Mlannmwllu Yd MI. &AIl 50 a Iw bv fllbe of tausu. RHA! HA! HA! The fun has begun. As usual we are at the front and ready for - business. You never hear a mer chant kick when his business is in creasing. You never hear us kick. With the business growing every day it is pretty safe to bet that the public knows where to buy their E goods. Errors have occurred in our announcements, through no fault of ours, but no one can say that we did _ not live up to the announcement, even if we lost money by it. WE DO AS WE AGREEI And when we tell you you can - buy a better Overcoat of us for $6.00 3 than you can get at any other Cloth ing store in the city, we are ready to prove it. Of course we have better 3 ones. Our $8.00 Overcoat is better, but about the same as you pay $10.00 or $12.00 for of other dealers. You try on one of our $12.00 or S$1 overcoats and your friends will declare it was made from your measure. We excel in e Fit, Fllli Price E NOTICE OUR ALL WOOL SUITS 3 For $Io.oo, $12.oo and $z5.oo. When you see 3 them you will laugh at the cheap affairs offered by 2 competitors, for which they ask much more money. One word about Men's Shoes E5- A pair of $5.oo Shoes for $2.5o A pair of $4.00 Shoes for $2.oo A pair of $3.50 Shoes for $1.75 23 A pair of $3.00 Shoes for $1.50 A pair of $2.50 Shoes for $1.25 TRUNKS-We have some that we will sell cheap. SEAMLESS HALF SOX-Worth 25 cents, yours for zo cents a pair. -" The Finest in the Land. . PORTAGE UNDERWEAR. 3 Watch Us for Style, Fit, Finish and Price. The 3 Plymouth SClothing House. 3 LEVY & ELIAS, PROPRIETORS. OPPOSITE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. di 10- 111111111111111111111f SWflND OARLSO '8 FOR ALL MONTANA PAPERS ARK ROAD IIY TIm Morinana Press Clipping Bureau, ( IIA. I). UI:BINY1LLI'. MA.9AUIM.$ FOR WHOM? '`'r'ý "" bisr., ,rofh...iinl mluau w.u wrhut I. gt news. r.hat s I..Id uof th.ir. or gtng. yubllo 'i onlnoo tupllr bIn'i.e. that want wilest ýM of gnu'truolhiun. wufloe touts.. that west .di.m*U o THIS PAPER " ý" " vavt*Ing ALPIoR M ad 6I M erohants I rx bsmlr, t oo Yr r I o 4 I ·le. *II ubes. c nott ee eineat1w m med. Ir e l PARISIAN DYE WORKS C. I(IMBOUD, PROP'HiLTTit French I:.aDIug and .lyvl.i. rrFeunijný b Ir·ahl pro,,c.:.f lu. w,,l'.. 'alrvt.a Iul Ilk dn..ae... genI isvua .ii'rl ::., ki aoI es., lt.,vire. trfn. I'N . curtain.. .1i antd wii,,Ia iundarwwur awt nu~af ati ifactioa iai an ,I(1 1 I( , rmrn I SI rC I. 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