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CV1.Z.AnM a.m 0...EEACT. L..at.ea.reM emts wat ...,up sbould take 3NOWN's ISON DITTERS. 10 YOU UFFE FROM ICZ EADACRE little l, f ~ ~ aC~e B u L COCPATIO9TR. PMLVE 91h st. mad Fve. 10 Pi Cmi Dzscom, DiAzoND JEWELT. M. W. GA. B. & Co.. WM AND.MILmmmU . T33n0ARnW AT 1437 P=rA. AE.. Cor. 15Tm Sr.. 3M LEAVE TO CAL ATTENTION TO TEE OlT COMPLETE AND COm EMnU 8TOcE or DIAMOND sMW ELi? TNT RATE EE IDiITED. matIne TEN MOlT UNIQUE AND nOWaUMa DEEGNS IN 3N13 PENDANTS. UE00CEES. b.. IN ALL. nATaw~IONS OF nnSOna! AND FANCY 01TOR8. TREIR STOCE NaS -na 1&E WARED W2TE A VIEW TO MEETING TEE MANn OF THE PUWL10 BEN ERArLY AND CONTAINS A GREAT AETanCLnK AT ONCE ATTRACTITE AND INEEPENSIVE. 10 PE. C D.0r F. CA... M.r Hon.. H.. Ruimma D~eesensee---r- M... amams peegle msean the 1..--.m mawy. The woaiistaessse N. mangmi bala. have emi be aEmbiet erM. tescm p..atser a-e ee eeryD Ra-.-a- amather (tuh, ami a MUNWS UOMEOP'ATRIC HOME REMEDT CO. RAN SECURED TEE WmULAS OW TRSE SPECIAL. 30I0. The r semimasme mhakeg mas 3. ASTHMA si,.iee Sueustee. 3. NUO0003S pnemptlyremsei. S. IMPURE MOOD eageesed. ad0.URDA esu eahe lm S. C00DS ewedheimea T. DTISIA caed he ae dag S. ERUMATISM vetteewi he a se becmam -u.aty euS.g 36AN aeest, ae smewsianp -. C&AARE senseed he a very 3L WEAE aml 3EILITATD Imm. Eby e Csu .1s uaeienamma aD same PIANOS: 9 2d EDITION. POLITICS OF THE DAY What iallid and Thousght et lPm" -b" i AA a Eor Elections of the Methodist General Conference. WRECK OF A CIRCUS TRAIN. femKAmIUN," AYS MeKDII.. ame% evense says That the roae--s WiM Be leset-.4. Coumes , Owo, May 17.-Gov. Mclinley anda number of distinguished buekeyes have left fr Ann Arbor. At the close of the no tiona convention of republican students a banquet will be gives at which Gov. Meinley will addro the students. Before leaving here Mclinley mid: "President Harrison will be the nominee of the Minneapolis convention and there is no good remon to doubt his re-ele CnAnmaW cr.&nmsow's vmuw. CEakAo, May 17.-signiafeant expression of opinion on the political situtlion was given ut tsrance here today by Chairman y. S. Clark am of the republican national commit tee. Mr. Clarkson fully restored in health, reached Chicago this morning on hin way to New York from Hot Springs, Ark. To a number of newspaper men and friends who called on him at the Grand Paeine Hotel he said: "The 7,000.000 of republicans who will be represented at Minneapolis have not made up their minds regard ing their candidate. The results of the con ventions held in the different states clearly show tie. There nill be more uninstructed dele gates in the Minneapolis convention than has ever been known in the history of the repub lican party." cLv2LuaWD--uZ.. IST IN OALWONIA. Fnzswo, Co.., May 17.-The democratic state esivention wi be called to order here today. The call under which the convention is assembled provides that the convention shall elect delegates to the national convention, choose presidential electors, elect a new state central committee and divide into district conventions and nominate Congressmen. Is expected that the conven tion will st three days. For in additition to this routine work there are two matters of special interest which are expected to come before the gathering. One is whether delegates to the national convention shall be instructed to vote for Cleveland, and the other is whether the ltform shall contain a plank indorsing the aFrancsco Traffi Association and do elaring in favor of low freight rates and com peting overland railroad. The fight for chairman to a limited extent hinges on these questions The candidates who are being put forward are D. A. Ostrom and B. D. Murphy. The Cleveland forces, who wish to instruct and declare in favor of railroad compe tition, are behind Ostrom, while the Hill men and other conservatives, who think It unwise to instruct and who desire to evade the railroad issue, favor Murphy. POLITICIANS MEET BECRETLY. North Carellna Allianee Men at Raleigh Democratie Cevention. Npaclal Dispatch to The Evsning Star. Banzxoo, N. C., May 17.-A conference of alliance men called by State President Butler met here today. Besides the delegates to that conference several hundred prominent alliance men of state and national reputation are pree entineluding President Polk.whowill remain un til the adjournment of the democratic state con vention, which meets tomorrow. The Butler conference is a secret meeting and no oficial = of the proceedings can be made. It is to make certain demands of the democratic convention. It was mid this morning that nearly all the conferees are third party men, and will be extreme in their action. The News and Obserer today advises democrats not to let the omfereaoe inmunnce action in the con vention. The demoeratie convention will be the ever held-9M delegates. Trains are o - day with politicians The fght for goerno wi be between Holt, Sanderlin -and Julin 7. Carr. The latter has been gaining ground during the last few weeks and it is extremely probable he will be nominated. Many Holt and Sander Un men are for Carr as second choice, and if a break comes in the ranks of either of them noth ing could preveit his nomination. There is strong sentiment that he is the most available man at the present crisis. Carr is making no active canvass but many delegates have been Instructed for hilm and he will accept the nomi Ination. Cougrememan Alexander will also be placed in nomination, but he will bably withdraw. Elisa Carr, ex-president of state alniance, will be named for treasurer Chairman State Cosittee Chambers Smith leading for aticr any g-eal A CULVERT GAYE WAT. E s u hwne Killed by thae Wieek et a Circus Train. kvcnxaox, KAS., May 17.-The frst section of Ring Bhen Brothers' circus train, east hound on the Central Branch road, was ditched one mile east of Coneordia at 245 o'clock this morning. Four showmsen were killed and five were badly in jared. The aIdent occurred while the train was crossing a small culvert. The engine passed over In safety, but the structure gaeway with the first car. Several cars were fldup in the steams. About twenty head ostock were drwwned. Two deed bodies have bees taken froms the wreek. A wree crew left Atchison for the scene et te tand Assistant Chief Burgeon Farrar left shortly afterwardona special train. The reseat heavy rains aused the culvert to ILYNCUJNOU IN THU UOUTE. The Kethediat Cefessemes Appeals to Oa gruea to Supprss the Practise. Oisa, Nan., May 17.-Bishop Bowman pre elded today. Eack bishop has presided one day now. The eamanitte em temposal eco-omy re-1 ported that say shange in the manner of elect ng edtorsam is inadvisable and recone ==na hhtn e made. A ted. The committee em the state of church cndemme the southr ostrages and de--a thai Cengses tabe sitable actie. to these acte. Dr. Peliof1ev York ath a---- theJim Crew ear and de the of eciseed and white During the las year8 llerwerelyaehed, seves burned alive, esfed alive and ese die -T- bengordered was adpe ia uising vete .witheat Aisseul.Theuv 31 havn arIved. 4 erder of the day, the esetiema eesm, wa mbss op, a-os em tan aa24wesas 3raa..ae.. were thea ea~ed har. Semfed Bunt and Beomer Matem wee -a..ted gM agemte of the New ths bek osmeis an e sp were eleted. Cramel ow. EleiC sm to ha eetved ~c~W. P. Ibtes sied NV; Inviste A.Belt, 4. and the hal anos sea U as - edsed. Ihe -----e e thumeb mstgeoss ee t bandts tebue andthpse -so be give, t s - is ee eml eis -ese em es hae bar auser m he mLeete um tie d te mine as e~~Staebastastep paNe Wese I&s rasem age ?.esa U-s mea - eQ se n6ie Mgan i~ AND" Ofsaf R W m 4s." s., .ma 0. 0. m.. Cj C. ...... .... -tairor:.. ..... WehMag 2n 80eek na0gem. iIonal Bak, 1 Nain a , at =01p. C adpo fOSL R.,fat A - ee S d Treat Co. 9 at 114 ; 1 as 14er. ove n ad,-U. 6. 4 ragae , 116% bid. l1ITI asked. V. L. asespng 16 bid011 1 1a asked.kts= 1559, grd, bid, - aed. e-year a, 10% gold, 1el0l bid, - sed. 3.yea fr d. ft im gold, I I- asked. Water stocks, s currency, 01, bhid, - asked. . -year funa, ft, gownld is 4 bid, - aked. Water W curncy dl getown ro.$ Convetile"sM 1 1 bid, - asked. rmey, 1134 bid, 11- asked.A eia town Ralroad 10.40 102 bid- aked WM hn torn and Georgetow aTros Convertible .0, 14@ bid. 150 asked. Washington Market Co1sanyot. 10,110 bld,-aked. WashingtonMKet-10Y 20ja IMP. ft015 bids - ased American Securot"ym Trust as, 10 A. .10 lid, - asked. American S rity adTrut Its1INS. F. A A. 10 bi d- asked . Amrican Security and Trust Ga. 1906, A. ?0., 100 bid, - asked. Washgto n Laght nft r lot e r 1 b 11 abd.- e Wahntn RaIt n ety d I O Ia.oni bd-H aslla C o n a y , Be i A , 1 5c b i - a s k e d . s s in g, b2d 10 k Bak of thepi Wasid id, - ke. Citzen' , 1 bid, to ba, 0 OT er b 1 ae Cap IM, rI ' 1 bcid, o dRa.lroadn 101 bid. - asked. Caio, and=North-0 street Railroad 1st b ortgage id bids as ked Metroan, oa Cov ble 0e111 bid, asked. US Ec gtric ad o vt"ble ., 115 bid. 118 Cke. Anaosila RaTl rOadf 100 bid, - asked. Masonic Hall Amlola tins n . 10 - bids - asked. National Balk StOcka-Bank of Washington, bid. 425 asked. Bank of the Republic. M6 bid - asked. Metropolitan, 90 bid, - asked. Central M bi, - asked. Farmer. and Mechanics, I bid. - asked. CtozenR, ITO bid, 1T5 asked. bd, lunib*a 170 bid, 175 asked. Capital 12S bid, - asked. Wept End, 104 bid, 109 asked. h1rade-ra' 119 bid, 13 asked. Lincoln, 101, bid, 101% askd Ohio, 140 bid, - asked. Second r 11 bid, - nated. Railroad Stocks-Wshagto and Georgetown, 115 bid, - aked. Metropolitan. 94 bid, Pb5 asked Columbia, 00 bid, y6 aked. Capitol and North 0 Steet, 8 bid, 45 asked. Ekington and Sold~ers' cs 40 bid. 4a asted Georgetown and Tealay o w:- bids askd. Rck CrOee, 10 bid, - Insurac Stocks-Plremetru, 4? bid, 46 asked. MRankIn,6 50 bid. - aSed Metropolitan. U1 bid, - aWkd National Tnion, 11 bid, - aked AT lington, 170 bid, - asked. Corcorant, 5734 bid, - asked. Columbia, aT bid, 11 asked. Potomac, 80 bId, - asked. RIgy 734 bid, - sated. Peopleps, - bid, OX asket Lncolnn bid, 8aked; Cm Jercial, 5 bid, 53 y ked. German-A mrican, bid, 105 asked. Title Insurance Stocks-Real Estate ItI,0 bid, asked. Columbia Title, % bid asked. Gas and Electric Light Stocks-Washlngton Gas, "bid,.63 asked. Georgetown Gas, 45 bid. - as - , rElectric Lght, IN bid. 142 asked. Telephone Stoc -Che sea1 e an frei all. bid, 5 asked. American, t. ro s o bid.y asked. hmlseaeu Stocks-Washington Market, is bid - asked. Grt Falls T e, 111 bid, - asked. Bull RUn Panorama, 18 bids - asked. Pnatic Gun Carriage,.3 bid. %asked. Lincoln Ball. 73 bids toastk, 4y CityXarlck, 90 bid, sted. Nor. A Wash., D. C, Steamboat Co, 1 bid, - ased Interocea Building, bid . @asked. SafT Deposit and Trst Oempan eak-Na oal wae Deposit, Savings and Trust Company, ie b"dt - asked. Washington Sa.e Deposit, 166 bid, - aske. Washington Lsa and Trust, i1eg bid, 1o ped. American Security and Trust, 114M bi 115 asked Baltimore Markets. BALTIMORE, MAY I.-FICUT ateady-receita 15a barrel;i pents, dae1 o barrels; ales, 1,d 0 barel. I Wheat easy-No. in red pot, h4 ; May, 34X June, *mn% July, 11ea5 steamer No. fro, tha0o1r3 bush els; stock, 56tb 6 bushels; sale 111,00 bushels Southern wheat eay-ault w0a agnberry, dor6. Cora stro ng-ied s t 5an 58; May, 5 June, 4 ard%; fy, 4th eaer mired 5ad - receip , ro bushels; shipment, 0 buols; stock 161,861 buahels; ages, 6600 bush e hL Southern con asy-whiea, 51an ; yellow, WaMg Oats barely steady-No. white western, 873M asked; No. 2. mixed western, 84)j asked-re cepts bushels; stock, N045 bushels. Rye mied-No. 16 Us-recelpts 2.05T bushels; stock, 8% . bushels. Bay quiet and lowergo to choice timothy, 14.50015.50. Grain freights dull. Cotton omlns-midd, 73. Provisions steady, 4julL Buter rm ye. Eggs steady - IL .offee sirvio cargoes. fair, 16g; No., .r. .. Sugar steady- urnlated, 4016a. Copper firm reined, 11M. Whsysteady-LUal. 2L Panuts Wayln, unchsng ade ei.aa~. dintIL MOW, a 1 o'-Virgo ten-arlims ble do. threes, 72X&l9; Npriher Contral stoa ater, Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Sats, 105% bid; do. third incomengs $Ma%; Consolidated as stock, 54H'.i ad , M . (ep r stg CHICAGO theay ric n Whet-sy, .V; July, G. . Con-May, ; ry, a. P-May. 211j; Jul . Prk-Jul]. l. L .-ly, Winsted and . W we th A MDIJSTXIRU FUNRAIL. IRoalprcsv SethIee Over the peans of he sTe elof theylateWpa.,wo frm te cuA t 1 o'clock eeysm nteeie toay.e marked with the enaee dae opirhend bydeth pet..w.s..ed a.bl ieU e aear andrdM frm ,htr to 1. wh a th secs cmmned cotnuu lineo view ofte eo e ,ast,"a wnma bot h setwere ae.ube.,o loral- tiu es, Incledin a rke olmn fsa e the~c anoed o th curos Q and crw from the Sna col to whh s he hd md at ad FourtaStret an h anwead n OMf so e yasme an aypi ate on Ih e sayeswere icheofe. .3.. THE NEW NAVY. R iemti sft ahdorl"Apl He Minl Enough Ships An Pro vided For. THE SUNDRY CIVIL BILL. Its Consideration Further Con tinued In the House. After to roetine morning buIns.. Mr. mar an introdned a joint resolution to authorise the Washington Seheutan Vereain to erect at I* own expense a eoloeal bist of Baron von Sl ben, a gensel of the sovelumonary army, in es of the public parks or reservations of Washg ten city, to be selected by the 881= o W Me superintendent of public b a utsen Vr After sieraa...s I was read three times and passed. MoRa aMcan sEs. Mr. Chandler introduced a bill to authorize the registration of certain steamships as vassels of the United States, and it was referred to the committee on commerce. Mr. Vest referred to Mr. Sherman's utatemsnt ome dav ago that the treasury was confronted with a defic I, and suggested that the warning would have been more appriate and of in Initely more Utility if it bad een given to the last Congress. I wasnowverymuchlike locking the stable door after the home wasn stolen. TUM WAVAL ArPmOPa:ArrOS 3L. The naval appropriation bill was taken up the pending question being the provision for an increase of the navy. The House bill pro vides for one armored cruiser of about 8,000 tons displacement. to cost (ex elusive of armament) not les than 3,5i0,0, and the Senate amendment provides (in addi tion) for one sea-ecng coastAline battle ship of sbout 9,000 tons liement, to cost not over I,000,000; also for one harbor-defense double turret ship of the monitor type with a displace ment of about 7,500 tons, to cost not over 0,000,000, four light-draft gunboat and i torpedo boats. RU FAVORs TUE MNAoASa. Mr. Higgins made a speech favoring the in eresse of the navy,even if It involved an increase of the national debt. Mr. Vilas desired to state the reasons which would govern his judgment in the vote he .felt disposed to give. It was during the administration of President case land, he said, and under the skillful manage ment of Secretary Whitne7 that the new navy of the United States came into being practically. He made a recapitulation of the present ships of the navy and suggested the question whether those and the vesels under construction did not present a sufficiently strong naval force. Mr. Hale remarked that in order to have a naval force sufficient to compete with that of England It was only necessary to be able to cope with that small portion of her navy that could be seat against this country. When that point was reached his ad would be that the country was suE y protected, and that mnyenough had been spent an the navy Mr. Va said that the idea of Engnd's going to war with the United States in age of civilisation and good sense was simply pre posterous. The characterization might be too strong, but the continge was (at least) al almost an impossib one. He did not treat as a very serious one the objeton Made by M. Gormnan lst; Friday that the cern sation of the building of war ships would cri pie the great steel rolling industries of t country. That obection would be growing stronger every year. In the present condition of the treasury could Congress (Mr. Vilas asked) Justify great additions to the appropria tions? He thought not. If the Senator from Nary lend were present he would ask him how could the democratic partygo before the people of the country N it yielded on that matter and added unnscrilyto the public burden. But he appealed to all Senatoya. It was hot (at least it ought not to be) a party guestion. A Senators were Interested alike it. If the total annual appropria tions for the year were paid equally by the states in proportion to their population, Wisconsin would have -to PAY S13^k'00 Illinois P0,000000 and ,000,000. The amount of annad appropriations now imposed upon Ewro'u.W o t rtr b.' the conr Aih not Imprpoely, be de scribed as It threatened not merel the fort of the labi Chases of the country, but It threatened something more. It threatened the security of the country in some degree. He thought that the Senate should measure the an posed necessity for an increase of navy with temperance, with calm business d et,andhe was unable to think that the to should go farther under the present cir cumstances than the House bill provided. He should be glad to -e even that provision withdrawn unless there appeared to be a greater necessity for it than he had ye er ugetd TEE HOUSE. Even the prospect of a silver skirmish, If not a battle, today did not have the effect of bring tng a large attendanc to the House this morn lng, and there were not 100 member. present when the hour of noon arrived. EU. WitLKa's osa3mro. The journal having been read Mr. Walker (Mass.) objected to its approval. He did so for the rsason that the resolution to expunge cer tain remarks of his from the record was a gpecial order for yesterday, but was not called up. He wished to have the matter dipsdof and not left hanging over his head durngthe remainder of the sinto be aeted upon pos . M 4 sun.) moved that the journal an~eov d on this motion demanded the prvous question. As the republicns= did not voeand the democrats could not muster a genrem the yea and bays were ordered. an omiusoo wrrunswux Usfore the conelasion of the roll call, how svar, Mr. Walber withdrew his objection, the saeas fare.s it had proceeded was eliminated borm the record and the junlwas approved. Mr. Wae(Ga edbto Mr. Holmann's th.t ....-......iteesbedispese a3nseAU onana. Mr. Noeman (lnd.) wished to proeed with the sundry civil bill, but he was stopped by Mr. Waase'. demand for the "regular order," which thaeas stated to be the Walker expunging Mr. Holusa dsired to raise the question of "Maman theSpeaker decided that that esodrd Mr. Walker hiisfakdta the cen--imme of the rselution be post p-e, but Mr. Waton wa adeamant and re -ee his desmand. boems mnose did the reso lullo. blosk the trashk Imtri as hamaed into te reend hems et A e -m-s en rutes b -eue made by a.ames(ih) usa mesr m. s. The BEare them waul Intoe...a.eg f whe (Mr. Inster et Geergia ta As ehei)e Mme.. Crywiva h mIU.m amsber er eset het -r--suaB Sie hasess the apgmeegm. at Me by tbe er n A bodl UM Aft"Md lb 11fOMM MM Xa Va, m dogs t so i ane b n. e WIN Of 60 bte OSM 3 s X. Lee to to eaWs et MOA, pe. tes aing %e th m ~ eseb Tim o hlb as M M obj C*0 in umiem b lb e .....e I.5.... te..V.. ea f o et seme - -te .'a -'.""b and V a= waofV te aim ans ~ eater ot bhat Mrs Io . I fe The b e e ah set t Asa prhoul gtAy it as p ft pve FiftLhui eLWsaL tAols SOe mm at ob United Sbkae. out teaty a s emu have M Ow of mee e oWe W . M o loaly ~ ietbchd It deovd ups lb aT i wood ta ns h, b&K UM a wr ta es fad to value of p s. InpurmugAthi In 100100t1110l 69 ONt inin wat ot of the aor lota d ont and elicited lb fppaer f lab they iehugh had e ano us it, but lbS wibe hos, wai te2a t oly daile gdet in lb fra which mubemly ene te o em Castli.e L e, and i-ses for wed iomu jthe be due eNaMrgy 0m I"eynd the The fding o hat h e by lb out des ln l Cman t Ofen o sn of b e of fete and eb hem I ra nomh IMight, is hthought, And it Aef e PRO"e BTILL ANIMOVS vOR 3LA133. ert the And itee. Rim a" No a-= ae Me Would Asoq Th it-Harrjem fols bae" boom holding mor ecosfworee for lb p -1peme of deter mining what sort of pound the are eal on. With ain their bopes pand it Maine they an m ie very ma ens by as doub an whi h he keps "thEL Tey have redoubled l Hfor within the pst tmo days get em e Presiom of Opinion or Iediation of Fuedow from him, but they have failed to got syhiag from hia toe r - to die.m a eb Ject of him emailbey beyond lb Point of dclah thA be des net Want the nominatios, a=d so Msmot of VMS sun has been aulost to Se from himea de. laratiou ae to whether or not he would accept the nomination te oeatonesoug to eetd it Ton chim. They fee that ha eafn rdAy doline & sei mntion, oming to him e a ommeand for his service to the W.Y, Yet there is enlasia doubt in their am to eniesa west a of uneasinees.* Itason non the ue a g nal tha thy cannot afford much furthir eay. hdey hove made e or two break so Wa, e sum other c n d e na t f b u t in th is e y f e d l b & a n dg e of scattering their forces, end they always com back to heme lb em tme up= bM they can unite. it iP eec that thee wr be another serious cfesomee as oon os lead. Clarkso, Wua and plan t tog.r, eMd that a Anlappea mil be to lb gSOOtOIY Of State. lb &ngr they am is that if thy nomnae mane Mn be delme Hrisn noination would lbse se a A story WheekU oigh bhe ansa.=..y.. deiaod e of ter e 0ad-m in the party. Jerry Simpeong wo as06 hou, lose tol o opif adbt lb democrats would nomiak e MEr. Cieebad, has. begun to saked Ha as to a ora& re ouhr epetae an.td It ha beg t o=4. Iury e aat abouthe dels grt Pe a y thd third Party i ame much in confutsio over their nomdnatIon 08 are lbe other twojaries. but dta loos l f Weaver g rowa. as ta te re epublicas nma e it bethe worst po"blti "|" for lbe dem... and the third party. DISTRIct NC R R A friendsat t Boma, Stebme to be Es"er lun ThiscCity. eb Senate tis afternoe. pae lb Smb Joint reaolution offered by Senator Oherma auoWrizi.g th Washingto Scueto Ve.eas to erect, a saim own M ene on a suitable pedelmel, a eoe.l bud of Baron von Steuben. , aCoema in lb, revolutionary Wrmy, in ome of the Pubws park or reservatons in thin ety, lW ato to be a eleed by the Secret&*~ of War, the eperin tendent at publie builing and grande MAd a persontobe eeete by. SbmoenVeg eLy The bud in question is lb moe wh-,c- for so long stood in frent at the meviiest in the schueten Pack. it was pai fo by Germaa-Aznerlcan reeldenl Gofrl and was held in hus by lb Bcuewe Vomt NOW that the park abeen ow ld to a myNdee the ammova of lb but is aemay. vwnscuwm or "M eM Goom Senator Wilson today, frm lb coemee e"m the judicary, mAe -ol eor em l ei Sa Mseman i an meeem a aMUsssshwissmm e es.---B -aVIr anae a. s1 m. I. 114111110 .aim esseT am sm emaams ase NNW mmes m 11111106 Ust evesisf do 3.sam Am- at elas aeeetasum*t ooneresta n %e Chmb Uietnd,m esnr - ad isss. In as samm 49 wr baid Emsesem, sef. aalmer Psi&& lb kdnsadma Dr. Wedfs, uom&a shr olom to On owso OL W4as hgan fth to stakse" so easwl ItSIMt It i sat 1 f I mgy 1100d e m sn almba e se aghe in em messi af ban Us Oissem ibst tn a ma et aisiod eIe am.. ir. Wa it eaiemed he - . ikp pe;.o..is:ea y;':am -- . X. - w o ea bdde pdwis mmnbar, ea a towebm Mr. Soun..d am OMa Wasi.6ges Is e heme ot Oey d. 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