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A3 A nl a indlMtlon of the th tread of ryyru r rus rt rtiii
yyru iii > us II thought At the prtent pr MHt elm tlmiv
v w par nt th the hI overture offtrtd by thIra th thIra thlr
Ira lr s Texas Presbytery I Bbyt y to the South Southjv SoutbOrwral Souttstn
stn < > jv Grrul jVMMmbiy at AtlantlIJeurgia Atlanta AtlantaUewrsta AtlantaUtvrjIJI
Uewrsta un Monday It I II th that t th thacieuiLiy tlat tlatIlBJelliLI thfSSetn6ly
acieuiLiy t be e permuted to vet Oil m th thf 1111 1111fI Ilif
f fI tuns II In ng amendment am ndment to th the Conftnkm ConftnkmFaith ConrlonFnlth Confealoc
c PattiAt Faith FaithAt FnlthA
At A < < J dung > mg in Infancy are elect In Inf Inrrh
f rrh Tti r t1 und un > rstnrat regIMrntedh d dmil
1 h mil bt remembered by our reader raritmt
I t tats subject wag w vigorously test trwttJ
tJ ty t y Hpmal B erlll meted K New w York Prwby Prwbyt PrtIlIyttli11
t ttli11 t txn rr to I + rcacheni ren lIel In recent Sunday Sundayjeraujs lundaYsenn Sundssermcne
jeraujs senn ln Thy denounced ai I a lib libel libeln libn l ln
< n the Infinite grace of dad that pat part partf
t the creed of their church which In Intimates Inhmalu Intimatce ¬
timates that babes may mI4 bt dwtlntd dwtlntdto di tni tnit0
to t hell Dr Parkhurst Hated ut tti1 d that It Itvas It11I IIwas
vas 11I in 1 the third ehaptir oht tlr of th the Preiby Preibytc Presbytettn
tc tettn > in i onftstkm of Faith F Uh that per parhaps perhap perhops I
haps the bobcat your boom Is l damned damntdolrenJy damnedalNtlSr damnedalrenly
olrenJy damned b before fore It was born bornuamncl bomuamnd borntlamntl
uamncl from everlasting to evtrltst everleNng evtrltstirtg evrIIlCIIIIr
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The Intructlon mtf auction of this subject will willr
r ii dIl jbt > t b the cause CCUI of much discus dlscusB dlcuIi
B Ii n Presbyterian Ptesht rlan ministers are at r wide wideiy
iy diilfd dh ard in their t vims onc llmlng mlng itWhila it ithi ItWhila
Whila hi many of II them reyu repullntt iinti1 the hor horrible horrble horr4ble ¬
rible doctrine that liP infinitely nf1nlt ly Just Justand ju justand t tand
and nvr m mrfrJ1 r < tful ul God would uld orate rr ate Infants mfinuand Infnl8and Infantsand
and doer them to fferani damnation damnationin
in end endiss sa tnrment and an others doubt Its Itstruh II IItruh Iletruth
truh ihTo are qulf u number who whocbJcU whlbJct whotbjcctto
cbJcU tbjcctto to any mpddl1iB meddli with th the Con Confession Confesslon Confusion ¬
fusion Cf r Faith Fa It h whit n II has 1I < i for no long alime a atime atime
time been received t ai a thc standard of oftust otluLt1I ofrI9btriunlrm
tust rI9btriunlrm uunlrm luLt1I m Arj the most mostIn matthughrftrl
Ih thughrftrl In > jfehifui h ful among thi them m perceive th thi the thedta
i 17 dta Iii red redlt It that muat cne < < no en + n the entire entireument entlroumcnt ntlrolinumt
ument by admitting thut var art of It Itis ItI Itu
is I not only onl false Z lle but abe t < blutely cutely dlaboll dlabollTh dlabollal
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Th The wordius of f th the propusid lrll luslllU11end luslllU11endmen amnd arnendment amndmcnt
men too is faulty and implies an ab abruraity abIIIIUY abrurdtty
ruraity If Infants who die are re ta tagperatcd r rIT re relinrratd
IT pcratcl what about those who lire lireWhat 111What lireVhat
What Is the ac a age at Which a b bubo be b bcome be becomu becomes
come unrcgentrate Doet death It Itsoif II1lf Itsett
soif regeneraln regenerate an Infant U not by bytthftt bywhAt bywhat
whAt j profess > roc ss Is It regenerated The Thedoctrine Thedot Thedottrine
doctrine dot trine held by that church Ii that thatall thataU thatall
all children are born In sin In and Inherit Inherithe Inheritfhe inheritthe
the he depravity d rovlty that oomw oom of th the fallif fall fallif taUit
if that III 9 true in what way WL are they theydelivered cheydelivered theydelivered
delivered from that taint and should shoulda
a Iixlng infant be b regarded ai a worthyi worthy
i f u Is tenth and damnation and andn
n d a al l infant as cleot and recener
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It Is gratifying however to see I thedire the thedlrp thedl
dl dire K ti 1 n inoreaalnfr tn alnPl among the sect sectt sectst ICtllt
t > a cnir osi 0911e ie some of the th vagaries that thatI thattnnn
I tnnn ltn n have Introduced for Christian doc docI
I Th influence of th the Gospel rer re ren reo reof
n f ° 1 to earth t1 rth through the Prophet IrophetJ
J Jr r j1 n Smith Is having Its deafened deeignedCtjrL deafenedc I
CtjrL c 7f on the th religious thought of the theas theI1 theag
as I1 It Js Men In many way a and is laf isv I
v f 0 rklng Ilk like the leaven in the meal mealNearly meaLldrly meatnearly
Nearly seventy years ealll ago the Lord re rev reo reol1led rev
v taled through that Prophet ProphetOut lrophltnut ProphetBut
Out behold Qld I say la unto you fu that little littlechildren littlel1l1df littlechildren
children l1l1df l1 ore redeemed from the founUa founUat touatlaLon
t Lon on of the th world through mine Only
BeRptten BeRpttenWherafar lleg ttn ttnWhereCore tten1Vherefere
Wherafar they tht cannot tin ln for pow power ¬
er r It not h given Blv 1I unto Satan to tempt lit little littie littie ¬
tie ohll children ren until they begin be to to become becomeuncountable IJeeollleMcountAble becomea
uncountable a before me m Doc and Cov Covp eo eoH7 t ov ovp
p 1 1ilavv H7 H7iI H7LIaii
ilavv iI much more ChristIlk and con conB consistent coneielent
B stent with the recofinlied nlHtl attributes of ofDeity otDeity ofDeity
Deity is that doctrine than th the doubt doubtful doubtNt doubttut ¬
ful theories of Infant regeneration regenerationinvolved regeneatlonwnrOived Bentlonso1td
involved In baby bab baptism and other hu human human human ¬
man man theological Invention la to My noth nothing nolhfnr noththe ¬
the of the blasphemous and revolting revoltingIdea 19101 till 1 1Idel1
Idea of elect Infants and Infant InfanttVe tnfantlAm Infantdair
lAm ratl l1tin l1tinWe m mSVc
tVe c art > c > anxious to see what the Pr Prbyto Prtbyt Prey Preybytes
bytes byt in n asKinbly will JII do with the thetpp tbep thep
tpp p p rp P s t tn on In to reform IU creed creed cr d It the thecm tblo theeverr
cm o everr r Mr Jr it I rtfused It will surely urel create createo
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o c t 1 fof t menacing propoeUkme and andKarl andH andif i
H Karl Q r 1 1 change Is effected It will be betat bea
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0 U tat t nmi dmlmon rton hot It Is tainted with witht withcrrr withcrrr I
t crrr fl 001 d if wrong ron In ens on thing way IRQ be ber
r < r rg tti n n many my In others and U anykow anykowt
t T J r 1 3d a form and DOt Qf God OOlltor nor tO toI tot
1 t r p rJ t j 1 as an anything thlng > but a blind blindi
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i fji ir gtrfng WM put In type typh typeh
> h fo fimJlt nt 1t Lenils hM brought bubtI
1 n that the tMttlolU tiuettton of otIn ofn
1 in n the Ih cr creed td Itai lIa bMn submitted nubmlttedn
t A t mtnutee who will report probably probab ¬
ly n nlt xt Nfur li Hr Meanwiifle the > subject ubjectv
v 0111 iU b boo u > I it i i I among amon the Prvubyterl Prvubyterlin 1IIRbyterlclurv
in clergy Tn I ui u hope fie It fill filliglit sll cause causeLghs I Ight
iglit ght t U IMI Pia n L ante te their theirf darkness darknessMt
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Mt ttRT ST Hlmus N 1lTnu EtTHAfnr j jCt
f Ct nr fh f 10 nyr yT t tia risidnt + Int Kru KruP
P Mr fr Wr + eeli el ltI r J hr h r day said ia4tb 11
tb tv t + li iii < i nut c CI o T t this I hlR country countryi
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tnnrd nlifd I n take VP uprtr VPrh I
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i Hpub pub 0 ht T l1 t to u ask k thll thllii
hI ii i public to i jnLikTil Jn Itnd I t1 > t cease ceasvoi c ceaseortl
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but also ai a ho Ih ua0l
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mutt rtaul rtaulIf rUll 111 neutral III In Inthskind a struggle ot ofU
n1 thskind kin kinIt <
If Mr n Wessels > tvl d II Ucomrtiy COrttttly reported
ho BaU sal at t u public 1 > ubllc m
meeting tin8 ° vv We do don d dnt °
n nt t auk ycu > xm U to fiGht for
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but butalc U t weo we do
ask you tu say la t tv Xna11Ln Kngl Dd < 1 8top And
IU think that If America said the word wordthe wordth Nor Northe
the th war ar would br b slopped If Urepeated he herepeated h hrl
repeated rl > eat4 this Ihl to the secretary of state statethat Na Nathat tlll tlllIhlt
that official would have ha an n opportunity opportunityof opportunlof
of explaining to hum and his bl collecuea collecueatha collunthA collqulthat
tha white hltt there t It mash mu h ympathy aympathyIhh In Inthis Inthis
this country fur the th two republics our ourKuvernmvnt ourIUv u uguvernment
Kuvernmvnt IUv rnmnt la not In the habit uf din dintatlng diptatln dl dlrating
rating tatln the policy of other eountrtesI eountrtesIIlner countries l The Theliner 1helIoH
liner envoy must m t have ha confused contu d Ideas Ideasof 141 ideof
of international proprieties and If the theignorance their theirUnnranre theirlJenoranc
ignorance on such matter mtterJ ii general generalIn genii geniiIn
In the Ih countries they lb represent It Is I no non not i itt
n t yonder n R 1 war ar was precipitated precipitatedhuh precipitatehl
I hl huh + It in all human probability mutt muttn mUltnd mu muI
I n nd j by the annihilation of the thelnllpend ImUpend ImUpendi
I 11 i i ut two t 10 republicsThere republics republicsHurt rpubllcf
Hurt f la fl l Is much of the fighting lIhUn spirit spiritn 1111 1111n
n 1 tiii Ihii < < country at present Hnt Inlllbre and ml there thereInc Is Ismo IIn
mo n talk of th the poMlble nsoeealiy neoessityI of ofI
I i luring for an Hitmcl II ortn r + 11 141rti xirutCKteln I rUICKle gle In eu eupert up upII Upof
II pert irt of the Ifoii 0111 ot + l oIl1trln < trim But while whllnHilH while1hls whi whithis
this Ii I heingrl belnfflilki + Ikr1 ntiout there Is I no nollKio nc1I I Idiepnsltion
diepnsltion < llKio 1I ltl < m on the 11 part of anybodythrow anybody to tothrow tothlow
throw the country Into an Quixotic ad adMnture et etsunture
Mnture 1 Ul In r kh ns where we have no nointerests nnInlerII 1 1interests
interests The United state Stlltellne have kept keptut kIICout ka kaUt
out ut of entanglinj alliance and eann eannenter cannot cannotenter canoolnttor +
enter Into a c4mpHft e4ol1l > Ht thru would hrinu hrinuiithlng hr1I11Ithlnl brl brlrthing
iithlng but the most terrific war warmodern II uf ufmodern f fmoern
modern time t1O For that Is I wiiu wltrrunfifcl a ai IIIunnlet
unfllct i between twn flits rounio rount and andat andatJlrltnln < r riritrdn tcu tculliltaln
lliltaln would t niiin i nn It the Du iher otr r M delgr MKiNK >
KiNK gr es think th y < nn n stump this < < HI 1111try > HIity t ttry
try until untllllublll publli + plnilln plnl iniin + n Is I turned In Insar Insarn nan nann aJ1 aJ1In
< In > n that queeti qutln > n itiy II are mistaken mistakenThe mltnkelThe
The > United 8tain Ita I ciinnot Interffio In Inany InIIny i iany
any way wa nt thin dnitv tlna What a good goodvord 1rOdword g gword + +
word spoken at 8 t the t h proper time latermay later latermay III r rInay
may accoraplliti > i Is n I different qus qustlatt qu quI quenett
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A oASIiLI CASK t IX OIIIOetGO OIIIOetGOThis OIllOAao OIllOAaoThis
This city cJtrII la not th the only oat on wher < t th thpolice IhlpoliN h hpolice >
police at times take It upon up n themie themieto themIto them Iva Ivato I
to make law and 114 t tJ > execute them at atth litthe a athe
th the same me time timeThe tlmI1Ie timeThe
The story is I KM t1 ul alout > out a young Ihl rhlsago Ihleago hi hicago
ihut ihutcity Ihutcity thatcity
sago woman whu nnc W arrested In
city and detained at the siutlon for sir sirdays K Kday 1 1daya
day There Will no charge against h hr hrnlr > r rHr rHer
Hr family were In ignorance of herwhereabouts her herwhereabouts herhrubou
whereabouts hrubou and supposed she IIh hud hudbeen ludn hadbeen
been n murdered I For or a whole week she shewag sh shWh shewas
wag thus kept a prisoner without the thelightest th thesilgbtet
lightest juitlflcatlon In either law Jawor Jaworcommon or orcommon orcommon
common sn snThe IInThe esnee esneeThe
The suppoOtlon was that the girl girlknew gtrtkn girlknow
diamond robbery rob robbery robberr ¬
knew kn w something about a
bery but there wall no reasonable reasonableground r reasonableground onable onablegnluntl
ground for the suspicion nor was any anyInformation an anIIltormation anyinformation
Information exit extorted rted from the girl durlag dur during duroInr ¬
lag her Incarceration It Ii I Mid Id the fa father tnther faher ¬
ther of the young younlladY lady proposes to make makeIt
It interesting for the police And hi hiwill h hm hewill
will m have the th public with him In hIs le legal Iegal legal ¬
gal fight for the th people understand understandi
i hat the first duty of a II servant Of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law Ii to keep that law inviolate inviolateAmerican InviolateAmrlcan inviolateAmerican
American traveler nbroad may have havenoticed haeMtl haveaetiOed
noticed Mtl ed the arbitrary power exercised exercisedby < l lbr
by the police otllccrs o cwrs of semibarbarous semibarbarouscountries Bemlbarbarouscountrl semibcrbarousauntrIee
countries Out the tyranny exercised exercisedbv
bv Ic a Turkish officer U l not any IIn more In Intolerable Inultlrable Inulurable
tolerable than that of an American AmericaniCi AlI1erlcllnlclnl1nlt Americanlieehtanit
iCi + lclnl1nlt hianlf th thelulllr the Utter exceeds his hi pow powm lJowlrR
lrR m delegated t to him by th the peoplerhere people peopleThtire peopleTh
Thtire Th re are riajhtp tjlh In this country that thatare thatNC thatire
are Motel NC because surrounded by the theglory theClot theIory
glory of tli life law of liberty A police policeman poUceman policenan ¬
man hat ha no more right to profane that thatsanctity thatn thatisnotfty
sanctity n tIt than has the evildoer against againstwhom agl1lnstwhom againsteham
whom toelety nees MeAl protectionJIIS5l01d1t1 protection protectionSIISSIONAUY protection3USSnOS1LY
JIIS5l01d1t1 SIISSIONAUY MUTJIODS MUTJIODSA 3I1f11019 3I1f11019A
A oontrlbutor to th chI May Chautau Chautauqunn CbautauqUAn Chautnuluan
qunn Mr Hugh Cork tells about an aneffort anertort anfrock
effort that has ha been made In Ii1me i 1lml > m ofhe of ofthe litthe
the larger eltlas elU to reach the population populationthat popu1atlonthallloe
that thallloe low not attend churches by me means meansof n nor
of it houMtohouee hOI honee tohou to houle visit visitsIn visitIn vIltaIn
In Philadelphia Phlla IJlhls for Instance this thiswork thiswork thisMork
work was carried on by the 8un Sunday lUblInkhool Sundayichoel < la laSchool >
School astfMmtloti all O tlOR The city w was di divlded divided dlrlded
vided luto eighteen dlxtricta ts subdivided subdividedInto subdly ldt I ITito
nub nubdistricts subitstricts ub ubdlatrletl
Into on one hundred and thirtyseven
districts none of whi whloh < h were law lawthan IHjIttban + t tban
than from four to nix Ix bl bio blwks + ka square Ur4 ex except I Ie extept ¬
cept e pt on the outskirts of the Ih city where wherethe hcrn hcrnthe hrth
the th territory was practically country couniiyFor count countryor r y yFor
For or each of these the one hundred d and Dili thirlyseven Dilityceven thlrty
tyceven ty ven subdlttrlcts a person was WA r > TV TVcarefully rvarefdlly p
carefully cBo loosen n to prepare the uik uikfor WI v lk lkor k kCor
for or th t tjte t visitation day and to direct dlre th thvisitor t the therisilora h hvtlto
visitor The churches were argue i ito 1 lto 1to
to furnish visitor by weekly letters tn tnpaatora1 tntlUtori toputonf
paatora1 Sunday school superintendent superintendentand I Iand
and the preeldeoU of th the young peoples peopleaBocietlea pt11JlletoelltlU peoplessocletle
Bocietlea and the general public wan wanprepared WaRllpared wasprepared
prepared for the work by items pub published pubIllbed pubtilted ¬
tilted In the dally papers papersWhen PlPfnWhea papersWhen
When their work was wa ended it was wasfound wastound wasround
found tha 2831N aI visits had been mall madtby mallby madeoy
by oy 4Mt Workers The report shows shoWlthat shownhat showsthat
that Of the families visited i4M were wereto WINto wereto
to Catholic SIMl lOt to Methodist 81071 81071to i07 i07Lo
to Presbyterian 30111 to KptsoopuU KptsoopuUana FJpaOOJaana
ana iTm 7 to Baptist S5tt to Jew Jewt2ZJ J JUSS Jewsa771
t2ZJ to Reformed and so on down un unut umJI unUI >
UI we find thirtyone Atheist Ath ten tenMormons tenlortnOnl tenMotmons
Mormons and on one Mohammedan Mohammedanwhile tohamlttttknwbUe
while lUll had no preference and andMM and41N
MM refused CUltc1 Information InformationThe
The Idea seem me to lure ha n been by thU thUmeans thbmean thlSareas
means to reach some of th the million millions
In s this country who refuse reru to Identifyhemllves Identify IdentifythentMlv Idlntltytbem
tbem thentMlv lVII with the Sunday g wheats ohoollnnd hoes and andthe andhe
the church and It to believed the re recult Towt
cult was to arouse an Interest in the thework thecork
work of the UI eburehesGreat churehM churehMGreat
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Great anxiety baa bn felt lately Intl In Inclerical Inclerlllal inieridat
clerical circle about the agnation evi evident eldnt osltent ¬
dent In some of the ohurchee Iurche Th Thmissionary Tht Thtmlulona1 Thenluknary
missionary work of l u the > 4 Mormon El Elders Rtd1II il illen
ders len has often of tell bn pointed to a as a apattern apattern aattern
pattern worthy of Imitation and It Itmay Itmay itnay
may be nrct pJMt aMtl hst lt t this th houseto housetobbuse houtobou house to tobuse
bbuse bou visit Ia t It f an t9rtmnt rttnenl IMRt to ascer uolrsin ascertain alOlrtaUI ¬
sin what eater her ejinroh can do by bysurh bylurh byuch
surh syttematle work But our ProtM ProtMtant Prol Prollant Protaant
ant friends s should uM not b be too sanguine sanguineoce nlulnef
< f llQOOMtI oce attending that work Cot Cort >
p H t mtho48 mdl auv rt no doubt of gnat gnatimportance greatmrtance reat reat1I11rlaftce
importance littt b It t II still more mo impcrt impcrtIK
lit to have a etnulM nuln message to deny dellvto
> to the tb world Without that what whats
< > s a houeete houfletobouM heuse canvas can amount amountAnd amountAnd amountAnd
And It is In this respect that thatii thatteslantlsm
ii J > t Itltantlm < < antlim Is weak The canvassers canvassersVi
Vi t no other message than have thenpnnts the themnntB theIIlnnlB
mnntB of the pulpits Why should shouldeffect Ihouhlj shouldeffect
j effect of If a private visit lllt be different differentrrom dlrtrenlrrom differentroot
rrom root that of a pvMlo discourse when whenthe whenhe
the 1 he novelty Is I worn oft oftIn oln olnIn offIn
In a New w York dispatch It U stated statedhat atatedIhat statedat
hat at the Christian Citizenship League Leaguerecently LeagueGently I IrNelltl
recently tnt to a number of represenitive represen representative ¬ I Itillve
tative men the question llul lIlIn whether the th thehurch j jhurch tIurch
hurch l III Christian Among the rebe re I Ijes
jes Jib be reetrtved was W one 011 from Dr usher usherewton j jNewton j
Newton ewton of All Souls ° church He re replied reo reollod relied ¬
plied lied an emphatic oono no lie explained explainedhi
hi hll is belief that th tM teachings of the thechurches thechurcht thehurches
churches are ar for the tb most part tar farfrom tartrom tarrom
from rom following those of the Nazarene Naiareneand NaarenAnd
and nd the ecclesiastic organizations
I Iwhich
generally all are re planned d upon p n ft policy policywhich potlcwhich c
which la the very antithesis l of a true trueChurch trulChurch lru lruChurch
Church In his hi own wordsCommerclaltsm words wordsCommercialism WOTf WOTfCommerclnllim
Commercialism dominates dominatesIsatlon the organ orlnIsaUln organieatlon
Isatlon and nd conventionality tyrannize tyrannisesth
th the pulpit The law of the I h market marketrut marktrllltur makeruttier
rllltur rut tier than the law l w of th the Mount MountHniited II IIb I Iacept
acept Hniited d by b th the h Church in lirg uu uu1rut our ourJrjtintanl ourIroJt
Jrjtintanl IroJt + tanl church churches hes are tmnpucel lUIl1I ti for forthe 11rIht fa fatho
the mart ruo 1 part of n constituency ilrawn ilrawnfrom + Irllwnfrom Irawtfrom
from the welltodo classes and they theysee th thIHJlhlnr the theeon
see nothing essentially unsound or un unethical unethlclli onethical ¬
ethical In the he economic system lItpm of the theday tll tllday thday
day The pulpit therefore Is liraId liraIdCrte rarely rarelyfree rare rarefree
free to deliver It its soul If It ha hu one oneupon 0 0UIn oneupn
upon th the burning quwtlon of our gen generation teaeratlun Q Qtr ¬
eration tr lIon Blind lenders b aders of th I h < blind blindboth blindboth blindboth
both seem em harming hapt nln to fall Into the theditch Iheditch th thditch
ditch which lien II before our civi cIvilization civilisationAnother cIvilizationAnoth Izatlon IzatlonAnother
Another clergyman Rev R v W D Bliss nilsof Blissof lII lIIof
of Brooklyn Is quoted uoh1 as having said saidIn saltin ahlIn
In a public lecture that the modescburohes modern modernchurches modlrnchuroh
churches are not ChrlHtlan Chrl tan and thatthe that thatthe thatthl
the uiklnK wo + kinK P pinpli + + p1r ar > leaving them thembcnune thembIIU thembecause
because bIIU tliy tll + y are renal ars arsIt ii iiIf
It thnv thrJ In arty II II truth IfU th In these t h view Jewl of ofthe otthe ii iithe
the modern hurchlllolld churche nnd w who ho with his hiseyes hi hieyes hieyes
eyes open to facts can deny It ItTthusc ItTthusclntetrlted those thoseInteresiPd thoHIntneI1
InteresiPd In home mlfii mIIMIn < lons cannot nnnotpect et etpect expoet
pect too much from a change of methods methodl meth methods ¬
ods The fault Is I In the substance The TheMurmon The1G
1 Mormon 1G + rmon RIders have ha a message m to toOliver toIoIIpr todeliver
Oliver from God la I man That fact factn fact factri
n > t their mode of presenting It ItII I th threal the theretl
real 11 mret of the th success which I is a ainyatery a11I amystery
mystery 11I ry to dome of the clergymen clergymenTI1K clt clergymenTI11C > rYlnen rYlnenTim
Tim lMUAX 1 fJM FAM1XI6 FAM1XI6The l uwm uwmThe
The situation In India la I In some someplaces IOmebfYC someplaces
places beyond bfYC < l 1 description cholera haw havIng bavInK hawlug
those of ta famine tamine talnine ¬
InK added n I tlw < w horrors to
mine and nd the tl plague A correspondent correspondentof
of the lon Ionolloll > iu rl Standard gives the fol folluu folluwllll following
of what bat b be aw IIWat sawat awat
luu luwllll iiiK xrai < < ralIIi 10 I account
at Ahtmda AhmdatJ d In British territory territoryIn
In an open space In this bungalow bungalowT bUIlJ ClW ClWwr
wt wr T r rented upward of tOO being old oldan oldan oldand
an and young famine peraonlfled The Thenmf Thesmell
smell nmf n that arose from their filthy rage ragewub ralllWII ragewoe
woe WII sickening and had attracted myriode myri myriads rI rIndll ¬
ads or me i hat settled on tome of ofth ott ofthem
th t hm < m Some of the men m n especially especiallythe peetUyt
the t hI old once cm were mere bony lion frame frameeworks frameworks CralllWrkR
works A KIM suckling IUckll l twochndren twochndrenwas two children childrenwax
wax WR ghastly a to look tt The little OHM OHMMth 0 0willi oneswith
with hollow temples sunken eyes and andcheeks ulllI1tekll andcheeks
cheeks the iiiipe I1II of their necks ec JI falling fallingin
in under ihuii which mined td to over overbalance overbalanCe overbalance
balance their emaciated bodice and andwi aDdwl andwisplike
wi wisplike plike arm and l Ia gL war more mordreadful moredTladlul moredreadful
dreadful lUll A man frth tefthot b f akin akinRthe akinthe alongthe
the squat squatting tins row rowwlth with i body r that ottet ottetmust O Omut otteemust
must have been stalwart WM w lt ltwith leftwith ft ftwith
with only sklncorcnd akln eoetad bones to show showthe Ihowth showthe
the th breadth of hi his shoulders and th thxtrongth the theIIlr thestrength
strength IIlr rth he ha hid < l known HI ys were werehut wenhut wereshut
hut und he at lintly rocWng him himlelf himsett nlmself
self Many lan of the ueople lJotOIlI were suffering sufferingfrom utt trerlngfrorn rlng rlngfrom
from disease dl Number had fvh teveeheavy fvhheavy Ce1havy
heavy upon them the artm rUn oontaglon oontaglondue
due to 0 famine Those Tbo who could work workand workal1d workand
and they Ihe were few were Mat at on to towhere towhere towhere
where the tank were being be dug ag The Thother Theothlr Theothers
other were also gtvn a meal and andpassed ondpassed alldpald
passed on to th the poorhouse poorhouseTh
Th correspondent add that It 1 la wr wrtain oertaln artale
tale that In om some of th the remoter dl dltrict dltrlct ditrieti
trict thing thin are a far won than at t the theplace theplce theplace
place mentioned In some of the scat scattered eoattered scattired ¬
tered village vllla < JII on the borders of Sind Slndand Sindand Sindend
and Itajputana numerous death have haveoccurred hueoceurred haveoccurred
occurred The cattle ar are dead In tho thopart thopart those thoseparts
part there being neither fodder not notwater nOtwaer nowater
water for them When the sufferings sufferingsIn IU < < lrln lrlnIn
In the populous and much frequented frequentedillKtrlctB freqUDttc1IRtrlct frequenteddistricts
districts IRtrlct are as a reported N Qrted abov abode It Is Iseasy IsIIIIY ist
easy t to Imagine what they Ihe mat be In 1noutoftheway Inoutoftheway Inouofthwa
outoftheway places placeaIt
It Is reported that the amount of ofrelief otrelld ofrelief
relief now allowed suffering Individuals Individualsla
la about three cents a day tla for men and andlet anddeem
deem let 1 proportionately for women writn and andchildren andchildren nd ndchildren
children This probably I is enough topostpone to topostpone t tpOltJ10nt
postpone th the final separation l Df II as soul souland lIOulnl soullad
and nl body for week though If It CWlnDcJc CWlnDcJcbe can tun tunb
b be enough to actually llv live on ev even evenIn evenIn n nIn
In India where whe living Is cheap Io Ioslbly 101atbl Poesibty
slbly atbl it will keep the tb flame at life lifenickering lU lUunUl llteflickering
flickering until tho harvest It three threecents threcent thrcentl
cent a day can do d thai much for a ahuman ahuman ahuman
human being beln a dollar given glv n to th t till 1 In Indian Inlian Inthan ¬
than relief fund I Is well spent Th extreme ex extreme IXtrlUle ¬
treme distress of tbe country should shouldnot
not be permitted to last long With the theentire thtIltlre theentire
entire Christian world orld enjoying un unprecedented IInprecedenled onprecedented ¬
precedented prosperity and having lnJr miln mil miliinift IIIIIlInll
n iinift + ns to spend on ntriTajtOM c for the thediHtructlon tbe1Mtruction thedeetructlon
diHtructlon of lifewily life lifeAVIIV liCeWHY
WHY KXJI 1 ISNGIuND GIu XU ltICJOlOIS ltICJOlOISAs KIWO10IIS KIWO10IISAs
As the detail of th the IlrltUh victory victoryut vtetorlit
ut Maf Matching eking become known it appear appeari apleerlthat p llUl llUlI
i hat IIn t the I he revcne oC th the Deere it t that tbatplace tllatHace thatplace
place are equal eI1 1 to to It n net t won than thannny tbanan thanany
any an of th the previous fllattr met with withA
A great number of Uora oWI were cap captured captured caplured ¬
tured and anwup otlieri Won the thegrandson chegrndon thegrandson
grandson of PrssMsnt Ivruger 1 niaer < < The Themoral TIltmoral Themoral
moral ipiptesia1 Imt 111 refilon 1 up UHn n th tM burgher burgherby
by this sever dsfct d dlte fat t seems u to b be very verydemorallelnp vtryc1llflO1A1f11ni verydemorahaing
demorallelnp They art fleeing panic panictrlcken panIcatJ1ck panicitrfctea
atJ1ck trlcken twin Cten Pretoria and nd It 1 It a aqutetton aquMl6n atiueetfan
qutetton whether tees U the ey ar are willing to torally torally torally
rally fer Qnothtr stand standMafeMng stand11Rftldlilg standMafeking
MafeMng It I net a place of much muchtraUgto muehatratllllO muchstrnbitlio
traUgto Important It t wa the Ant flritt IIrltto Antto
t to b be It Inctosjad by 1 Y the Invading Boer BoerWhen Doerehen IloetsWhen
When hen th ttwatter the latter had to withdraw from fromLadysitlMh tromLadam11 fromLadysnltth
LadysitlMh and Klmberley th the contest contestfor CODttlttor contestfor
for Mafeklng M Cklnr became on oat of honor Iwmorrather bOllorraChtr honorrather
rather than of material advantage advantageTh
Th The bflctng army arm mad many man a aanlts u umalts 1 1alt
malts alt torn of them wall ell planned and andvery aDdery andvery
very ery violent But the British re reTh reoIIIItH t tslated
IIIItH IIIItHTlItre slatedThere
Th There r WM more Joy In England overLb over overth ortM
th tM victory at Mafeklng than over any anyof uroC anyrf
of the other triumphs recorded Prob Probably Probahlr Proby ¬
ably one little drcunutance may ma ac account account account ¬
count for this thl Th The town WM relievedtlmat relieved relievedalmwt nlv14almt
almwt on th the exact date 4 set t for that thatevent t1lat8Int thatevent
event by Lord Robert RoIMr1I That 181 181to psejes psejesto rtes rtesto
to Ineplr p perfect rfet oonAdenoe In him hintIt himIt himIt
It Indicate that he knows exactlyshat exactly exactlywhat tnctlwhat
what h he la doing and Dd that he h ia caJcu caJcuiating caJcula calcutiling
tiling la ling every 11 detail tall of the campalgnWith campaign campaignwith camJIRl1IIwltb
with mathematical precision This Thiselv ThlgIve Thislives
gIve lives ground for th tI the expectation that thattbe tbattbe thathe
tbe he final outcome of th the war will 11 V 1ft the thecomplete theeolllplet thewmpiete
complete triumph of the British arms armsin arlnllIn armsn
in n South Africa AfricaOn AfrlCLOne AfricaOns
On Ons of the late report from th the be beleaguered belearulrecl beeagtred ¬
leaguered place gave a total of Ml Mlkilled 111tilled It Itkilled
killed wounded died of ttckne sickness ckn and andmiaalng aodmIIaInc andntnhlg
miaalng counting from the Uth of Oc October Octoller Ccober ¬
tober the beginning of the siege until untilthe untilthe untilhe
the he end IIn of February Of these tOS OS be belonged beIoared beonged ¬
longed to the fighting force and 144 1trere 144were Hew
were w noncombatants Of the latteriti latter
1 11 iti were natives Sevcn of the white whitenoncombatants whitnoneombatantl whitetoncombatant
noncombatants killed and wounded woundedwere woulldlltfr
were fr ere women and fhlldr hlldrn > n This tells tellsfairly tcllstatrl tellsatrly
fairly tatrl well the story of the siege Ie that thatlaated thai1utlld thatsated
sated over seven month monl N How In Insignificant Inllrt1lfteanl InIgnldeant
significant are theae figure to statistics statisticsfrom Itatltlr1Ifrom eutfstiarout
from rout some other Investments of cities citiesfamous dlplamoul citlramous
famous amous In ancient history And yet yetlte > ct cttile ptIiII
tile lte Interest of the world orld ha hall lately
been centered In that little village llIa ron eonntithing rontalnlng un untala
tithing tala about MM LP till Inhabitants lahabUaDIIIIIht a amighty amighty
mighty empire I II shouting for Joy be because becau because ¬
cause cau a I handful of its sons on and nd daughlets daugh daughter dauhtera ¬
lets ar are no longer threatened by b ene cnetities enemies ne nemin ¬
min Surerly the world orld Is growing ten tender t tender n nder ¬
der and gentle It il actuated by a aspirit aplrlC aspirit
spirit different from that which pre re
vailed all Jt ft t time n when > u u a ai1le alK al ottt otttmeant ofttn ofttnmeant ofIJnIneant
meant untold < suff ll ulTdlnll ring cannlbalUm cannlbalUmnnd canntbatlaand
and wholesale hol88l massiiTe massiiTeCritics maIIIreeCritics musecreeCritics
Critics of the th situation continue to towarn towarn I Iwarn
warn the public lIu IIlIc that the retreat from fromtbe Cromtbe trot trotthe
tbe Orange Free state doe dfJ not noesairily n nsarily MOIl MOIlsarlly
airily man that th the Boera ar are allotto about aboutto
to give up the defense They Tht think thinkthat thinkthat thin thinthat
that perhaps soma Ifl1e of the heaviest htavllllt1htlD heaviestfighting leavlelAghtlng
fighting 1htlD Is still to be done Thi may maypossibly IDa IDapOlllbly mapossibly
possibly be correct If so Lord Rob Robert Robert Rotiris ¬
ert will soon know 1Ie H Is advatelnrapidly advancing advancingrapidly advanelnlrrapidly
rapidly and If the Boer ar are to make makea makelut maka
a last stand somewhere the fact should shouldsoon lhoul4600n ahoulsoon
soon be apparent In the meantime meantimeIt
It appears bat the Free Fr itater tte u uleaving are areleaving areItnvln
leaving the Transvaaller Tran8lIRlleralhiJt atfdtniU ad that th thtruggle the theIlrulflie thstruggle
struggle now I Is carried on mainly by bythe II IIUle bthe
the latter latterAt
At last China see IU danger In the theBoxer theBoxer th thBoxer
Boxer outrage out It the Chine ChineKovernmeat Chingornmet Chinesgovernmelt
Kovernmeat cannot stop th these other othernation othernl1lun othenaliuns
nation will try at It ItIt UIt It ItIt
It Is reported relltrt from from Ilavana m Havana that slice anaol woe woeI
l is In th the pwtoltlc there That was to tobe tobe t tbe
be expected after It had been In thpossession th thpoeslon tltt tlttponelon
possession of thieve thieveThe tbl thievesThe vea veaThe
The organisation of th tM tin Mnlnwt Mnlnwtat tin t t tat
at Pltuburu has been dfrr4 lAtk lAtkof I IRsiof k kof
of gold leS on time th part of the ptemoter ptemoterseems promoters promoterseem
seems eem ml to b lit the UI cau cause of delayThe delay delayThe delayTlae
The American Amet1eanbrldtytmt brl4tn bridf tr t hu hutltet hutlteted tot sleeted toted ¬
ed its it offlcw oI eera Th cart xt pn to toplete opjn opjnplete ogltplate
plete the combine Is I abftttt reedy Ja > n U Uway fhh fhhway e ewar
way of cuna turning < < over twntglx brklg lIrkl lIrklbulldl brktgebuilding brklgbuilding
building bulldl plant to th the conolIdtloB conolIdtloBTh
The Th BIB bestsdaatng < IAOIhr f dng On n nIt1ttf nIt1ttftoo IIr may b btoo btoo
too few to alter o ter much t Ch ralantn tM to hli hliadrajw blladtUOt iii iiitdraaos
adrajw bat btiM the Ut Practical pPlotktAlannlbl annlhltellen annlhltellenof UolI UolIot
of part of Cot Kthun8 fore r reports rtpOrftc1omoJalfrhGw reportsalbolally portdofflclally
offlclally omoJalfrhGw thdiw thm to 0 b be stilt able to toraafc totapkl ti tilike
raafc like trap tralf if they th y only had the m mn mnto metto n nto
to work with wMltOrat wWtOrt4t withGrant
Grant Britain Ja sattoJled tlll1 cJ with with Prsl Prsldent Prelldent Presllent
dent MeKlnJeys refusal to take Uk any anyfurthir an anfurther andether
further action In the tb DrIUh IJrltlhUor ILoer r war warVet warYet warr
Vet r et President Krug r laid a little whiletgo While Whileago whileago
ago that OrllaJns greed is I nev never r lilt sntl liltla8ell eatailed
l la8ell ailed But h bt may say it was not the thtf theNed thlgreed
f Ned this tImeThe time timeTh LimeThe
The Boer p pease ao envoys envo taw the lrltlllent Presllint Preil Preildent
dent today and learned that he had haddone htddone hatlone
done all he felt that he could do In the theway theway thiray
way of securing peace in South ACn ACnIC Africa AfricaIf
If the th gentlemen wish to continue their theirlabor Ihelrlabo theltabors
labor with a 1 proipect of suocaw suocees11153 suocees11153should thy thyshould th thhould
should now call 11 on Lord Salisbury SalisburyTh SallburTh
Th The ChIcago city y council wants atreelwises street streetnole stt et etnots
wises stopped tof1lln in the town Th The memo members memoI mumits ¬
bers I its rs of that municipal body need con conversion conInion conenfon ¬
version to the t benefit of advwtlilng advwtlilngHow
How Ho will III business go on when the thehucksters thehuckstr thltuckstue
hucksters and peddler have to use us u deaf deafand deafand deertad
and dumb language instead of their theirmellifluous theirmelllluoue theirfwnlfluous
mellifluous she shoutings shoutingsTh shollllnll11The utingsI utingsIThe
Th The U S Supreme court has reversed reversedthe re reversedhe Istd Istdthe
the decision of the Utah Supreme court courtIn courtn
In n the cai ease of D P Tarpey va A Mad MadBen Madsen MasiIan
Ben The suit Involved title to a tract tractof tractof tractif
of land claimed by b the Central PacIAo PacIAoRailroad 1acllonUroad Pacldctaliroad
Railroad under It Its land grant and by byMr bylr byItr
Mr lr MadMn by virtue of prior occu ocoupftncy occufAncy occutansy
fAncy In the present case CIII th the decision decisionmay decllonmar decisionnay
may work a hardship but people will willnow willnow willlow
now know what the rule Is to toNo be beNow beNow
Now No the San Francisco Fr nclOO board oftealth of ofhealth orhealth
health I Is In font for It Th rhe State board boardsays bOardthe hoardrays
says there the I la nojiubonlc no uboDJc plague In Call California Callrnla Callbrnta ¬
fornia rnla The municipal m nlclpal board has de declared d doJand dodared ¬
dared there I IIlMn TftDn n follows tolloh6 the charge chargethat obar obarUtat chumsbat
that th the municipal board worked up u the theoriginal theotIglnllJ thei
original i bubonic There plliguo u guo scare re for polltl polltloal polltltai
tai 1 retiMM There Is I no knowing tochat to towhat towhat
what extent acme politicians would woo 111 go goIn goIb gou
In u carrying rlng out schemis for their own ownuppOMd ownIUPJIOHd ownnapposed
uppOMd advantage no matter what whatth whatUtI whalbe
th UtI effect on the publicThe public publicThe pubtloThl
The Kania I n City Clt Star remark that thatIt thatt
It t seem Impossible for Eastern news newspaper newspapera newstapera ¬
paper to write about Kansas Kan without withoutsome wlthouCIOml withouttome
some misrepresentation Thus the theAmerican theAmerican thetmerian
American Press association is I selling Ung alags a apage apall
page plate with the story of convention conventionhall
hall and the Democratic national I conention con convention conventlon ¬
vention + which I II a Straight account accountexcept accounteIellt accountrzeept
except for such Cake a u a yarn about abouthosts abouthost abouttosts
hosts of prairie schooner coming comln to totown totown toown
town and a picture of a tent markedhotel marked markedhotel markedbotel
hotel where for a rude cot and nd meals mealsserved roeallerd mealmerved
served on bare board th the price for forfirstclass torIIlIItclul forhitclass
firstclass hotel accommodations will be becharged becbarred behargad
charged The Star I Ia Justly indignant indignantat
at it such misrepresentation In Utah we weare were wefro
are re accustomed to It In all the eastern easternliterature eaternlIlerlure easternIterature
literature about Utah much of which whichowe whichtwes hlebow
ow owe its It I existence to very 1 reverend reverendpens revereadptf1I reverendlieu
pens lieu th the truth Is I the tit exception xc Uon Rxagoration Kxag Kxaggeratlon Kxarration
oration ration vilification and falsehood are arethe prethe arehe
the rulettU91U rule ruleCI03ISO nalCLOSIU
It TUIi
CI03ISO IN J Y OK II l TIIH IIOHUS IIOHUSBoston JltHmso ltllElt9Boston
Boston o lon Traneerint TraneerintIf rlpt rlptIt
It a frontal check 1 Ia Imposed Impc > > ed on Lord LordRobert LordRoberti Lordboberls
Robert he ha men enough to turn his hisenemy hisenemy htasemy
enemy out of It any aD position chosen by bya b ba
a flanking movement Inu ment Th The Boer force forcemu forotlmut forcesoust
mu oust t b 1M concentrated even en If only to todelay todeia toelay
delay deia his hi advance To scatter themall the themall tbetmaU
mall force they have in raiding parties pftrtiwi pirtt pirttIa
i Ia I to expose each of these t1a to be cut oft oftIn orID offa
In a detail Nor can they tbe affect th the main mainIssue main1lu mainasues
Issue asues of the th campaign Th fl 441 of ofthe otthe ofhe
the he remaining South African Itlgubllcppear Rifrablic Rifrablicappear ntttublicappear
appear to be number though they theymay lb lbmy theynay
may not be so few at some Britishoptimists lJrlU1Ioptlmllt British llrltidtpi
optimists pi mists believe believeSpringfield bellt bellt8prlnltlel4 believeSpringfleld <
Springfield lUptibllcan lUptibllcanPresent nrMtbUcanPrelenu ItsjbllanPresent
Present signs are that th tM Bofr Bofrpropose BotlllfOpoae Borsrepose
propose to offer only oGl ft nominal resist resistance resistflee 1111 1111anCt ¬
ance flee to the th British advance until theivadlag tile tilemvadln th thinvading
invading army ha bu reached a inrfnt inrfntmuch Il8IntlIIuch irolntmuch
much nearer nllt < r Itr KroonAMd tnptad Th The farther farthernorth rthernorth teenierorth
north Roberts roe th the lender I Jen nsr er will be lieJail beh behi
hi Jail h communication atrf lid th the weakerwill weaker weakerwill weakersill
will sill b be his hi available a Ill liable farce fore for aUul aUulfighting aetnalghting 1 1fthUnr
fighting on the front Ha II use of the invaus Inva Invasion IR IRIon ¬
Ion us The proper Strategy tQ1 fer the theBoer tileotn theoen
Boer otn seems to eonttat In low retreat retreathe retr NttoThe U UThe
The he Influence Innlll ll of PreaMeat IM Ihtiel4at Steyn how however howner hewvet ¬
ever vet will probably pruba t1 aompl a deter determined deterIDIfId determined ¬
mined stand In front of Kroonitad Kroonitadwhich ItrooniCAdwblch ICrmonstadhlch
which hlch 9teyn teyn hold at a the Free F Slat Slatcapital S Statempltal te tecaPItI
capital
Bt Paul aul Pioneer Plonr Pre PreWe PreWe Press PressWe
We should < l soon bagto to hear from fromBuller fromBlllIer fromuller
Buller who If h be ia engaged M he heundoubtedly heln hetAoubtedly
undoubtedly ln oubtedl is la deTeloplag say aD planCOOperation plan planof
of cooperation with llobert may maymove ma mamove mayove
move ove from Ladytmtth either Into the theFre CheFree theroe
Free roe State by a read r ad running at eastrough flUtthrollb atthrough
through Rlenen paw t Ie Harrtamlth Harrtamlthor
or he may marobthward march Northward by the therailroad therailroad thellroad
railroad running runnln by the way of Majiiba MajiibaHill 11111 11111Hili
Hill III to rmorio In ail I probability It ItI ItIII itby
I III by the latter NUt he will endeavor endeavorto endeavorbreak
to break through > the tb perilous ring of ofmountain otmountaIn ofountain
mountain J paean u xr Hi Into to the Transvaal TranavaalUullers TranulHull TransvaalrIIiYs
Uullers Hull moxtmanta whatever form formthey rormth
they th r may Inll take are 1 going to count far farn foran lotImtnrtnt
an n Importnnt factor factor1n In the tll contest of ofthe otth ofe
the th e Trannvml Tran vllI1 al
N u Yk k Mall and lid lidIrd Itxpreeu ItxpreeuIurd Kxpr KxprLord
Lord hobvrts tvrt continues pushing the
nor line II et farther and farther ralblng back backwithout baek1Iolthoul backwithout
without seilius reaistance Indeed ID eed it itso ItI Itserma
so I serma I m mil a U though the Boer no rs weN sw swthoroughly 11IIthorourhl sothoroughly
thoroughly dmorallard a II to b be unable unableto
to offer n determined d < l1nlnfld battle fr I1Mhlrl M Mhcre nowhere
where has the steady progress af f 0 the theFnllilsh theFnaush e eHnniltih
Hnniltih arm army > been b 1 delayed since the thegeneral tbei
general i nrlll nunemtnt WAS begun With IUt
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Anticipating a heavy patronage At Greet Ma
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tr c 1 QOIdt ot the Very Ver Lltt 81les and nt Qualities with Vhlob to we mid IAr e orda Id ry for Nu N jJ
+ t OUTII ouahlyn tIJI to t date Our SUPply our o r ro eve M I
i TJ uPlcUlUon of the Annul May Sal gale wlh yth rcct
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