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THE EV ENING STAR.
WASHINGTON. TUVmWAT ..................... IBM E,3O5Y S.NTS.. .... . .......3 -. van KEEInEa viAE has a resier ise Pemeaeu erema.SM in Waabugesen Stee times larger than ahu of ani sefner paper be the ety. Asa fores NEWO paper and Ad. verItNmsN :edsom bas e.. emeaser. The neit national eoanevo. after the pro hibitlo. is that of the "people's," usualiwalled the third party. early in July. A. heretofore biotiated in Tax SnAn, its force in nationl pelities wil depend on the attitude of the silver sae.. The deelination in advance of the honor of leadership by Judge Gresham. follow tUg the death of President Polk of the Farmers' Alliance, marrows the circle and tansfer to other promient aen the opportunities and re possibilitise of the occasion. There are numerous "bghts" of the movement who might be induced to shine on a dark ened nation, and their friends will hardly be unkid enough to put those under a bushel. Among the various suggestono for the presidential nonination have been Senators Stewart, Teller, Peter and Morgan. In this quartet of United tiates Senator. the desired men may yet be found. But if not disposed to ind him there, the third party man may aek: What is the mater with ex-Representatives Warner of Ohio and Weaver of Iowa. whoe "records" are good from a tilver or fat money standpoint? There ij plenty of material in the woods. If the Omaha people will take it out. The Omaha convention being the first regn larly called of its party. if theconferences here tofore of alliance andlabor leaders be excepted, has a new Geld to itself, without precedents and without entanglingalliancee. All it has to do is to frase a platform that the silver and alliance states can agree upon and then piece on it two amn of national prominence. The convention is apt to have a lot of old rubbih at hand, but it can hardly afford to use any of it. It in probable that the most that can be accomplished is to send the election ifto the Hoome of Repre menativep. end that is not a result desired by republican si, er men. because it would be to elect Cleveland. The cholera i apparently making its rounds from the heart of Asia by %!a Caspian sea into RusLia, and it is tlreore to be feared that it may. untlese checked by sanitary precautions, spread over the globe. croweing the Atlantic and putting this country into panic if not actual peril. The leasons of the past thould not be lost upon those charged with responsibility. This awful form of pestilence ba several time. scourged portions of our country when extra ordinary effo rts could have averted the afnio tion. Peculiar vigilance on the part not only of the port authorities on this side, but also on the pan of the consular agents on the other and the vessel owners and their employee. is de manded at this time. And. as nothing in the way of safety should be neglected, the health eeer. should do their full duty, sustained, it is to be de ired. by the public in all laudable eferts to get the streets. alleys, premaise and what not in the best condition and keep them so. In the season now upon no unusual pains mt be taken not only to avoid the perils of etwraordinuary, but also the danger. of ordinary, diease. Forewarned is forearmed. The bal year expiring on Thuruday it will be necessary either to enact the appropriation hilS before that day or provide a temporary measare continuing the present appropriations. The Hoese has ressed all of the appropriation hill., but noe of the bils b become a law, alhough the difereness between the houses on sene a them are eight and may emaily be elesad and still other b4s are in eondition for Gety paenge. While *hA Senate is further behind hem Usual, due probably to the happen ingof the two, ati..m conveen... in June, " bey for a to eatch up, having a knaek of deing its ani t eeiently in committee. The Emns hweebed a quorum to An its rnmain ig work nd bee decided to realist absetee. To obviAte the humiliatss of temporary pro Wion for carrying on thegoverment, the next two days should be utrined to the fur extent possible, * a i The Young Man's Chrliti Amnoeiion cele bated its fortieth auniversary SOakdy in this efty. This body of wearken in the tagne of good morale and lay Chritianfty have contrib ated very much, incidentaly, to the innocent lversion. the ednctiomal tedeny and the anacuter improvement of the generation. They deserve the eongrauaia- they have reeived 4n this occeon. 'In four es where policemen complained that they had been assaulted the Police Court jury found that the charges woul not etand. There are two deductions pos"ible; one, that the police do not receive adequete protection from the courw. and the other that they tome time. hue an unhappy faculty of getting On the wrong aide of a quarrel. An e'*menit of the southern induetrial dia tion. not to ibe l', t eight of is the fafire of ral. reed nsnaget nn to pay. Eleven comspaniee with a mileane of m er a thousand msile.sof empljeted rsA have in les than two yea,. gone into the receivers' hande. Either the besine. i,~ over kne or mismaaged or there i semethting raduicily wrong with the Ananil or economical '*ystens down there. With good moe and mannfactures and mioning looking up, trna.ortationu is a necessary problem is Clsveland has 4charged so many kinds. of naei duty and~ Stevenson baa cut of so may head.' thet it looks, like a case of Pooh lish ad the Lor I High Ex~ecutioner. The preachers msay not be able t> amuzzle Ta"umany, but Tammany ought not to be able threugh the coarts to mune thepahea The seal ehowa in the indletinent et R1ev. Mr. ltion is rot to be commnended. That maae glad jury has not been so zealous in other maern brought to its attention, where real e~ese wee ecommitted. Ninhite a does not thaw the anxiety te get beak to his nadive land that might have been ospeeted. He i probably one of 'those mnodest people who de net reaie the ow. The rah feer permits is eRl Jlouthsef Jul wse weeld indiate that there are flely-maue abn for Ire inuaneeempanie. The United tbae navy i coming out-ere the days. The amn taday at Norbik of thi hatiship Ta ~is anshe~ e.ent of whiey as ueB-eegolated Amerieaas are ped. Adlni Stevesm' repuiasrmmmae * hi penin1 enpeeted to o~set amy semmene that aa be it at Mr. Caeead.u.a.1 I I F&errWlam bees rekained Remdin myrthng epeteerly doelh far .... u.e hitstbe hpedtaashe knomt mely neu~ a Mr. Gsve~maugpet h hade e pelitieal deetiny, the "maof eminy" -rinak shes sessive $smea inmmed g a The dramme fares aseho-ase eepes bEr. amt eto rsk I dtame see. ~I - amagi b wene . Mr hi e ihi a g- eas MMwa -ei semiI toea mq.. g end b g eg 4 emen dgesmsqhsh ..aaan... OUT IN1G SHaOES= whetheor you wo. thoem for ka* saou ves .mme or the deoe emew dons at the em = met u be" ,eesy evertbthtg I. that am In dvaleb qu~ats . . .t o for-am low ', It will pow yee to Tii s tM week. as our maetmas t In o ta bet ee and polem tm may 13sOOM froaslt m Rusi So 2M's .00oa. . Baca -d. mue.r Iae ad Oufselis AT $4.00 ae's aM" le=ter e2.O lauher mLaed AT $1.85 Lm.dh s Gsnu3Ga e..t . S~hs AT $1.00 Mrilds 6 to 1m Gast chowclate color Te AT 75c sawme T. out m fra.. .n asmewed s& Ca. .um ee ..hso..AT $2.00 Rm GOAT S.0... .. Ofa.d Te. with Um. bed at .ra heeL. x........d to................$1.25 ,.....D..Uto.................A1.15 cha- Me. s.. .smtol" ..........$1.00 UMM'sas. 5.................850. Imf.t. ... 2ta .......................60c. WarT. CANVAS L"w SRO Fr .....er,.y . $&S ao.w ............. . .. $2.50 smo... ..... ................... $2.00 0 qua.............$1.50 Reuxua-Sou., CANV. Tiz.. With WetIled leather bor .o!es. The . mens Ceades make, block. white at ta. 6M's 1.25 quality at............$1.00 1.5.'. a.,..r chd's.................750. WIL HAMX & CO... aR.UA=r SHOE ROUSE., m AND M 7T= ST., -314 AND 10 PA. AVE. 51 PA. AV S. . it Gu. E o. iDUCRMxmT. R'erY p6781cif Advi.yo ho fm P col bt the advite ho not essy to follow. The bare way to to make your ho at m Echo. The te tmperature i. always at a -otA that keeps the or thvworatiag. It 18 Waimbsto.~a'%0.est subrbmid hoe advantages that Make it the moet doijghtful summer room as m wlU the 1s1 diable pDace at pemaet abode that could be o@sed. Itanatgal beauty Is uasurpaosed, ad X ho provided ulgh everythig that pertain. to --*- e.tarmemt. The lover f aquatic portts sads a 4et et twosty-ive boats waittug for him. The bkeretMptmaodiP~13bubhiuggfoend an wedy far bis 5e. Ateio~es an fepremeuted by the bae .. ro..d. .m . e.o.t.. ......ts have ad. mvidsm to the wetteaso-= i. the greet amphithem. ter. Thesaogat GiO..Echo are buit m the moat approved gg135pjgW ot moie hecture. They are Mquippl with every esoemmiemhe-ot and cold bh... .o wat..h o.owe. efg mya c Mwer. g. eli3eriefthg at maRl expern and arm withi. dIMr saech to the Cits by the electrie raiway. The went f tm .ttga to lNttnmawthan nominal and fth opportity 13 purchme is a remarkabl ue.. ratU November theacitaes wil be rented at fot eS.. i.ho . perm.t. Af.t..trm~swmbe reded ae-&.lf. The eIaeI roane from 2,..7 to 2.9. Terms. S6cdmu helsaminon to S3 porsmth. A.A.y to I. I. ALTZLRT. am ..m b.d A3. 1t on PA.&VXN.W. $1.19 WMl bar m* of Our Lasift Weis"a mmade of Im. quel Sty010 in Nvy MIND ad blark polka aPOtM. deOf CWl s ..dr1..W.Ow . fr..2..1" been the wtes $1.19 $3.76 SA$.98 5oc. l'..'C8amir."W w'. 2O.".s" ' 0a,-, H i i il .a.m 12. - ' ' n..a....W.. Che. see.4)0.ar elce *..0." S NA. Koeeaar....& 90aa.A.. Nawemaee .W. a Gama 8e.. cam *rframaga m ee as Te ec0m . o* -e cam C a C ai wawa AB9 aS3. 3.Bm a am aM * .. . iea. 0* e~ Pusek ~h h pme-.a m * elae uns,~a a eM em.. emma you A"a SALE If ot, why . o. We m..ed ow b.as .e-k of DRy GOODS.NOTIONS, 6e.. pren e to EEIL IMO. AT COST. and Ia many bmmnosn as thom setf. It tu't often you have an oportuaity to bur oede *t01 at WHOLESALE wmIE, but that's ea what we're ding to e letter. To ilktbuate whatiou'fleare by shoewf hse we quote: naORST= AND WAISTS. All ow 0s arlie an now...... .........40 All ow 75e. Come aesaww..........................We All om 91 Carom ae now. .... ............e All our 910 Comet maow......................L Them. intlade all me peplag rnakes, sck s Thameem's,*. 3 G.." 'f. bB.,"Warne. &c. BOI, Ladaes' Pervale Webb we am......... 75e. IadieF Irish Lawn Waistae now............. g1 Lade.i' ain. Waites e now.................... 75 abe. Boys' Clico "d OUMting Wale now..,........Sl8 50c. By' Pereslo Waist are a.................... W 76e. Boys' trench lorale Watst no.............. e WRAPS LESS TRAN COT. 4.00 All-wool Cloth Blasers now ................ 0.2 95.808tormserge asennoww.................... *.gs 97.50 ladiem' Reefer Jackets now.................W.00 410 .adim e eefer Jackets now....... ........ 7.00 012 Ladles' Reefer Jackets now .................. 4900 PARASOLS LESS THAN COT. 42.00 Tafeta Bilk Parasols now ................... 50 42.50 Striped Silk Parasols now .................. 01.7 38.50 Changeahle Silk Parasols now............. 2.25 94.50 Bilk Parseole, with ram. now .............3.25 S5O Fine Silk Parasls now ...................... 0L7 98c. Gloria Umbrellas now...........................87c 41.50 Silk Glrias Umbrellas now .................1.25 .00 Silk Gloria Umbrellas now.................61 Come In and be convinced that weredoing all we advertise. We'll admit rallis goods at cost Is a bold move. but we must make roomfor improvements. Ths sale is striatly for cash, and all good charged will beat regular prices. Jomox & Lu~mcu 3.2 713 Mae"t Wpace. Zuz~ i.Rzwwww2 3LT U. RASO. W1 Suppose Arms which have been In husineshere - for years and years are suddenly confronted by r a rivalfrm. Suppose a few weeks later the old fi- Arms commance doubling their adverltsing. W8 herald reduction ales., rebuilding sales. tock SW takins. waiting malee ad success sales, be. U- Does it not show that thenewer Arm is giving the Si better article or selling at a lower price? To SW answer the above all you will have to do Is to Or note the dot on which the or CANNON BALL Cl'THING CO. WF (7th and D sts.) fr Commenced baines=. mesare the adverihe 92r and price of clothing demese at that time and fr compare it with the present time. Yoo will Si quickly noticesa change ham taken place. The W8 reason in obvious. We re manufacturers and 4W selling a SURPLUS or OVERSTOCK of clothing, Or We put the prices down ao low competition was W8 impossible. The result is our store it crowded Or daily and somebody is loag trade. As a conse or quence prices ar cuteand every efort made to Or stem the tide or to hold the trade; but it will O not avaiL No one. escept a large manufacturer,. Or can compete with us. We sell at LESS THAN Or COST and must sell quickly. We need money 3f more than we do the goods. Just read these 38W prices and then come and look at the goods: W8 175 Boys' ilk Luster Alpaca Coats, $1.21 W 200 Men's Fine Light Cooimmee Suite, east 9r regular 910.75. $7. Ur 183 Men's Yine Custom-made Suits, diffeent Or shades and styles, cost to manufactare fram $10 W to 924. 012 to 1., W8 40W Men's Black Alpacs Coats. 50W. Si 350 MenI zOe-na Quality Cost, 91.50. fr 275 Men's Fine Black Alpaca Coats and Veast, ?W worth &.50. 95; extra em up to48 included. W 150 Men's Lomg Alpes Costs, clerical style. or 91.5. or- 3 Men's Moheir Coats eand Vets. different r shad^es. S3 t- 120 Men's Mohair Coats and Vests, Ane qual Or ity end shawl collars. 9.50. W, 30 Men's Neat Pn-heek Coats, diferent f a- - W 190 Mons Flanne Coats and Vemts of fancy 3V stripes. 91.25. IV We have Men's Pin. Suits, from 40 to 50 ise, 38. tailor mae in esehe and cutaways. 912.80 to W 917. com ereheap at 918 to PS. W We have Men's Wine White FWle'net Suits for W We have Men's line Striped Wiennel Suite. 38 lawn-tenn style (easte and pat). 97.50. Wr We een still furnish Men's Omes Coats for 1ke. G- 500 atipedt Ima Coats and Vests hla Bogs. 99 0.75 Sein-led Tailar-mmie Satin, and hum 38 drede of other beelatne. 38Ou 0em--e--- ase Whingtantans. W ONE PRICE ONLY. and that each. To. de er not have topsy for ether peoples bed dsbts. WF CANNON BALL CLOT'HING 00.. (BoteeabPaseris'sod stand). 38W it BAEER & NELSON. Managera. I~AA ES00R Andtheving..upplies..we.ny greatly,.--ce. ,We & Butohsr Resors ae the bramd we make a epeclalty et and reoomamead. Ever see who shaves hano r has heard of Wed. & Butcher Rsees. They have a wortd-wide reputeato.. We carry a fl liUne, which 0. efer at 36 ye enat al.....* V e pe. 78.Wade & Butcher Bamr..................3. 91 We & Butcher Be=r.................00 91.25 Wads & Butcher Ea=r.................... 0.51 91.50 Wae6 Butcher Bamor.......... . *1.% Wadeb&Butcher asor.................,..... L 19 38 Wade & Dubcher Emr...................... L.3 All but the che-e* aoSeS hollew -e e a RAZOR Setnors. Of Dhe. we 0mwr the ... eseek astn asUa pietst esehlannodereeega. 0-ea Terrev Shueet e led at Qtem Ms, ' The celshea hesseted ees at d8e. Ommbbbd-nstrega, with reel staes ems. Swini Stpess, with pistom etwel et aD hindem else.tesl Mase Shoeig Mugse. sp~ a, ee.s the bikte ii the Sant vately Saales, wems& za0LSwww Pausarir ?aAsa as; xW. N O. A 0...O Em. F..a We ~e.....ees., s.a ...aet 4. 0WoWAD Axg Lnime. - .-I- *i as . w um um2 AND V sm. I.W A DLr..wI r PaMMET PLACE 16 Ova LUmm. Rom. do iMbe slw to "s1 .aesihmi am pim el1g eme aot to heoesoet t wwkte eft me MANY toe.nb. aetmAh astmashoe we gew for Or pose m to o sa r 18d 20%Oet bhne Img. Ometes -insess ased w . PeBIP ewred dgm. 54eUees dretv e vd ft.u Cftft*i A akmwde ft. dmtom reVsueee le Affs. In ers.a, wer im ad ett 61. dtsamese V he ossn at .edssew (IMS&ShM oe................1h st.I ben d1Ier.) -i--..at..r--...U a.... U.......e ..-- .-.0. u,, ....e MAgeedA% sr&ot Aftoooom Rew4M. L~d mees era Asats SLft.Asisee. m Ats" Puse Jedeea. AtanMte t. 5earAer. Pot a r..". e mw a -... (DGsep tet soe *sg bee.n.--...3mkst. Nt.) Foum Or JUL. DzcOik-um . HEADUARTEES JAnu.E L aNT. Th..mn s.m whh tode. sm . tAll 01.90 *1.80 UP. UP. .2.2b Perhad ror.e" wwsoe. OL25 TO TO O6.0A 4 oS tO 1M0 W.00A T. Ifth husw s aSu. Ms. 1L0 AIuh RotA Mat, he. *1.50. Fod Inet or BJauenes Dpawheet. CM now .....................3st aand 2 anneaa.) SormoTIN GooDS DAR~xniT. DO YOU PLAY TENNIS' DO YOU PLAT BASE SA. - DO YOU GO fISEING? V you partipats In any or au of thee sports the folowing will Intewent yOa: OUR TENNIS SACETS save a1 bass rsduced. If youa ain mese oC a new racket take advantage of is unueual reduction sale. The proper kid for CRILDREN. MATEUES, PSOF588ONALS An. br., and at prims never namea for the sme gede "Wlndeor." "clvlm." "N'Hmard"and "Athleti. . . "larvard"(witheorkhan dle) "fltamdard." "Aehby. $1.60 1 "150 to" and " St. Gorge." *Longwood,'' "s.vard W6.00 special." *aeino sad $101 Amabn Spe-d al .2 tit." "Amerfican Tate.Jr.." 82.0 "Pulsm." "Nonparil." V.50 "Furakhn." "Earvard spoedal" (with cork handle). "Chbanion"asnd"leesa.9 25 " SEAR'S5PECIAL,"stok 1.25 "ua.aean " "Ainerican Tate"(expertstrIng). "Blo he. am aoSdaL" "Iw." .45 "Amerian Tat (MIaCIh stag).and "E.akmm.. Sme, TENNISE SHOE. BoyV canvae Tens Sboee-rubbsr mole-black. SA:. white or cked. sises l c. too. -e. or o w an . B tter quaty n s =mage Stess.6to 0. . BASE BALL GOODS. 31.00.......Iage Bal....... . (*13.00 dos.) YNo....Sgajdings Wagon Tongue Bate....75o. (66.30 dose.) 10 to ......Other Bat.....10 t75. Also full lines of Catehera' and Basemen4a Gboves. Mars. Chest Protectors, Sweaters. Bat Bess. he. Uniker asthed; lowest priesa. Caln tar sa and ml."ate 1I53ING TACELE. Bade iit maoket.. in. 6i1. ..Ua~ tislad 1.30. EAMEOCKS. 7510. to 3....Vuesm Gres wa.-mooke..,Me. to W 68.55.. ...Xeulian Grass w-imnh.....A1 (with fatage.) 61 ArwmBs -Amn-with I . 327 Arreweep E--m-o-k with 62.75 ADI polw. -pene anddee AND (Rasmnt............1th t. building) S,.0mu. REDUCTION IN F13 HANDIZ---.I WEEE LADIEW VERY FINE WERE Y5s. At40ei EENSTITOEED 750. NOW EANnrEEOnEstrs. with NOW Me, h.a~a.b~uera bstama. s.. ames 1. S.melatt.edsat. baee Ison1. the enamti.. T'he taewing ltese omly: A. D. 3.1F,3E An sma"-es value at 73e.. Seers pene. U-t Sea .t. . tar 3. T5. UNEE.0,E ch..~ White b.. Ms dena estmpr meet amt a Ti.. Uuuw..5. Va.... IL u. am "A rga )_ =_a "Won OUT. FPERRY:S. bt VNme. Tevay ye es aseg aim remLrre-toeeu ye wse me DOMEWT30 WADE GOODS a aeame prise31IDO0D PEI. Don's get th18Mameh Rane me fmey ealee-for he set. h n we kat misa. d-ewa-4 ee.w eaffes bee W"seh f e "&. Althiarh it is but a fe amt* ena a v ]a tha ans of fg WASE BTW M lameetn -In eomt. Wrt eWteg yer~ iban to. EV badba bef a" - nw-tay-ed steo-rameny good W.E, -end asb-ame- faatteras" theywe sn Inte. tWe. Ta is the hin lO a soaat we ae tvig one lot at PINALE CLOTS-M&ek navy blue mad tn grounds, neatly and newly agurad. They ae M incas wide ad wa 11156. Now 10c. A'YAD. O.. l.t-..ni ag. o...teo-.fetNEINTED POIGRES-white and list grh mes. head e.. pSa...ne. Inchea wide.--Otd Now 12I' A YAD. A lot of BSANTUNG PONGEE&-ebrped and geured, on red, gray. black and navyblase grounds-30 imchee wide-na-hed lMks Ifa ak Now 15C. A YmD. NAVY BLUM and BLACK SATEES with wdle .d narrow srea a. ls. .ad .an plksdt In..wide Now 12k A YAD 24a-nh BA&.W-WOOL CRALLIU-gtiely Agured on white grounds Now 18c. A Yna 274ch LOTUS' CLOTHS-maely eni .tripesadceA. Now 12k. A Ym. 274ch TOIL DU NORD GINGHAM stripes, cheeks and plais-new cne 'Now 12k A YAD. W0-inch LONDON SHIRTING-WaM and Wrapper pattrn-tripes and iguses Now 12k. A YAD. 274nch OUTING CHOTUS-eze new do i6v-4n yet only Now 122. A YAD. 30 and 3M-inch CRPE and CHEESE CL'OTHS--a harrony of color and pattersa that is refreahinely unique Now 12k. A Y. PLAIN and FANCf BED -TICKING-4a at"M old kinds-the bet NO' 12k To 350. AYAW. BLEACHED and BROWN SHIRTINGS. SEEETINGH and DILLINGS-et our usual sal, of pricee. You can count on quaity. for that Is he- d eiking elas. We @hall be very much surprisa4-4h0 bawv counted without our hoat-If we have thes Pine apple Clothe and Printed Pongeas hee lowg to talk about. now that we have "wing-d" the price. W4 went them to go as quickly as possble. Yet we wan you all to abare in the beneats much a male as th offe. Th.k twiesbeforoyouay--.. Pmar.. "NINTH AND Tm AvEU.. W-inshe- 18(0 Telephone950 A PIGY T G To WEAR A TIINE m.C.o. ATI. n E r-uuolsE Coiiaszr. A 140i New York eve., ONLY AGENTS FOR WASHINGTON Under LIense froa the Elckuetrosbatca Cosmpey. This hras--nt is attraeting general notice by the cars which it has effected not only in this ettybut In various section. of the country. and the prophaer anade for it by many of its eded* era that it utRi eventually be adopted as a sad ard teaetieant for all disase by the general puhte -aem upon the eve of being filmes. NICEXOND. VA., January IL Im. you Pkelectrop .* - ieamy oeyon Itae o ~~srtetet tienes befoe hyaee reundt e we n ~er~. By ddbem reoredhebest and niewet are buns dotlar ste'f~av. en l~a""eni**M1S wt-?t polse. I feel tra grateful for the good thi treat """erely" ""'TEoS".OO WmuA CoNSINATON LIE T~a 20 Pum CEmO FIN CHIN AT WLR(aNTN & EDMON.TON'.. $50 D.E SET. FoE. $40. - V.w ut....emt live ...nty l.. These earn hae. the fuB emstmmite pbyeae., auG wealt make. a agne W.MAI.. & FE..... 1305 PC. Ava N.W. .. INS TO 041 ANEXIAL CSse WE SIAtE. TAKS ous inEMI DOWN To .AMKU- UALL M AM orUTra. to mrv ua me SOTM TOA ATY S 00LOO EALLU AC AT 5 #OmLN. 'WON'T "a m m BY aMO r" 10 TOM tM &000MM IUU.!I Sa.. A.-C...m. T. B....I. B.. - s - aee-. ar te * *q "a M"SAM b"teae au *Mr., Uf ewnWI sea a ns. m The OE 5aLE "M s aep. haph eis. Sma a wheneaie anot --h t we wasm eW ee. wMMe.. CILDREWS a"e INFANTS' ~~~I' ma n&%hi S" eamer trs e the M.* LDZW mm. msm fta maft qmanIsm *.een sea es sete. Coamat ww emes U tg hese se te a e te teem. meat lase .he s" f OD owte their bemrt est. A aetg et tabs--doam the eatr e the Depsu. mb-aE b StL Bob you eehin-4t yoedlv-the saib aM the belase. Wen gum" em Afm.. 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