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IJTSr1l TJ1 TttmTt vimre TTRTWTJSTiAV flrTntWh o iatfr 1
sent Infernal Maohlnas to Gov
Butohol D H Moffott and
C B Kounzo
1odarvl Polka nt OtvrlvearlnK H Plot
vJKtrtNitrl to JlHtW IMtw of Him
pelf ami Hot n Hmmnl
Denver oct L Owr Henry A Buch
ta fIld H Mtflttt preelilrnt of thn
nrH National bank of onvt and
g irlve B KU lea pre id nt of the
ivianuto National bank received
pough the malls today Infnrftal ma
ntalntng aufficlent dynamite to
reins 4 < x <
have Caused grit destrurtlon of Urea
11 priporty had they been exploded
Fortunately wanting hAd been given
to the recipients of the machine by
ikr ihif of police MKJiael Delaney
wM i t obtalned a confession from
Imp t Big low by whom they were
8111 l confessed alee that he had
ugt d rnal nuuhlue to Lawrencee C
rtipl uid ICdftard Chalk bat these
Tfre i I llseied today The macltlnes
lymlrrl by Mra n Moffatt and
y eIu tiro tuuvrt over to Uv police
r i lit Thi urn sent to Gov
fide I was iichfil I y the guy
IffT Ijlvati jutretaly Alfred C
jjjntKi > nrv who ittnovnl the wrap
per d1 lolling u W x with u Klldlng ov
tf in ui > lclon were aroused and I
t rtiTioil the mutter to Clov lluchtel
wfeo t h11 Informed him that he had
been named by the chief of police to
w on tier lookout for an Internal ma
t hln >
Adjt teen Kelly and ufllcers of the
folf partmenl were called In and
Mil II v wan carefully opened by them
k rr u H manner ore to avoid explosion
g lw ntntll It wee found to oon
till IIM stlfkg of dynamite to which
rn + iitaohtd uav and caps and
nhkh uen iurAud In black powder
Th > 11 < Inn top was lined with sand pa
pa mil tli matches had ben placed
win their head In lIlut with the
sanii < i > fr so that they would have
brtn lighted If the box was opened In
the manner Intendivl thus undoubtedly
latiing un explosion of the dynamlui
Tin other Infernal ntachlnea were ooun
ttrpartft of this olio
Bl < < low who IK 11 yeahof ae ar
rived In Denver several weeks ago and
secured a position a < clerk In the Ken
drick Book tt tituiionrrr tore He said
tie waa the ion of C L Btgelow au
rlnten4ent of nrhools In Bryan O
On 8unday night Blajelow notified
the polke department that he had
overheard two men talking about a
riot to kill Edward Chaae Oov
Buchtel und other prominent cltleens
mid that Mr buss residence wall to
to blow up that night A search In
the Vicinity of the Chase reMdMHie re
tvilted In the dlacovxarr of a laCkan
onthln tag tl ticks of dynamite Bin
awa glory 1na regarded wjth alts
MUI AM be naa Jilaced under arrest
la Jy night Todm ha confessed
tM lie himself plm cd the dynamite
M Mr rhae house where It was
ttml nnd that bot had sent several
itfmml nmihlne by mall Had this
1OItalon not been obtained In time
u > KIM wanting to the men to whom
the riuhlma had been sent those who
OKI1 the ooze containing the dyna
nltv would undoubetedlv have been
Tm iRht In tiie trueD of Chief of
Mil f Avian Iollo Oommliuloner
Hell HI repiiontatlvea of newspapers
and I red Molfnt n neohew of Oavld H
Horu Blselou Iud a confession In
hkh he udmlited sending the Infernal
iuk hliim and explained his motive He
old hat IIP UIH unable to earn enough
al his regular employment to keep
him n Ih and concealed the Idea
I M ain r ii hero of himself with pro
bible flnan < ial rard as a result Ac
+ onllrl le nuulf H npeclal trIo to
Klilnr i in Polo where bn secured the
dj nun 11 and retnnlnic to III illy
Kvndiu prv > > a > cit tbr Infernal mt hine
and tnild tViim Iti a streftoornpr
mull tax He then planted the ex
plofh h H bad left In a lot at the rear
of Kit ml ChnWii rld Ie and fol
lowed Ib s up Immediately by notifying
the p fit < that he had overheard two
men dnr I ssing a plot tn kill the above
mined i < n Shlef Delaney promptly
uhued r tolow under arrest and the
latter tend ns the lIflll respite of his
iwtlon In indlns the lnf > > riuil nii
rklnen roelvnaed fortunately In time
Should be carefully CiUd
exactly at prtMrtbtd by
your doctor to bring about
At dmtm result We do
t allow substitution our
atllp are Moluteljr pure
asset ttlr cknrgpa alway rea
Hat See
Pwoatelw h
The Home of Pure Drugs
112 114 South Main St
to enable the police to warn the men
wboee live were in diner BlKrlow
has been turned over to the United
State authorities
Bryan 0 Oct 1Kemp BUtelow
Is the eon of A Blgetow teacher of the
Mchuol at Farmers Center seven mlleH
from here Th young man mother
and aeveral brothers and el here reId
In Bryan The famllr bourn a name
nboAo reproach Blffelown parent are
at a lea to account for his action
In Denver and are Inclined to believe
there U a mistake The young man
always appeared levelheaded and ac
cording to his father ii temperate In
his habits
Hpokane Wash Oct 8Lrry Cav
anaugh the murderer of James Cahill
committed Ulrlde In the county jail
1t1 mornlnir It was shaving day
for the prisoners and Cavanaugh ob
taining a razor out his throat dying
almost Instantly Cavanaugh and C
hili quarreled on the night of Kept It
while drinking and Cahlll slapped Cav
anaugh Next day Cavanaugh found
Cahill In a saloon on Riverside avenue i
end deliberately shot him down In spite
of hit pica for merry Cavanaugh ex
plained that hI mother was a sottth
rner and he killed Cahlll for flapping
fltamhnul La Oct Iire Latta
returned today from the nreeldents
amp lie nay that yeateraay colic
wa even more than bargained for and
willie the ant eOect were to put the
woods In good condition they became
en wet the party wa compelled to re
turn to camp The rain continued
throughout the night and It was decld
4d not to venture nut at all today
Vo one ba rig lighted a bear
The proeMaut pats In much of his
hue when not engaged in the hunt In
ending and In conversation with tIll 1iU
doclate and the guides and hunters
who accompany mm Another deer
wag hot yeMardnr
III a vteteBt loflaramallon of tM mu
eoue membrane ef the windpipe which
sometimes eixtand to the larynx and
bronchial tube and Ie one of the mot
dangeroui dlMaeeu of children It almoM
alWav comes on In the night dive fre
quent small dose of Mallard Ilorebouad
Syrup tnd apply Mallard 1I anew IJnl
muit externally to the throat Me Mr and
sue Bold by 2 C W I ling Dept lli
and 1U SOuth Main Street 11
Generally dbUltaltd for year
had sick headaches lacked ambition
waa wornout and all rundown fur
dock Bitters made me a well woman
Mrs Clean Prcltoy lloosup Conn
Cincinnati Oct S Several printing
and publishing firms In Chicago Bt
Louts New York and MasaachuMtta
with national otnoem of the United
T Othetu brought action In the Unit
ed State court today asking that the
International Printing PrmenII and
Assistant Inlon of America be en
joined from violating an agreement of
Jan 4 1907 by demanding an eight
hour day
The hnadqurrttrs of late union are In
Cincinnati The pntlllon aka that the
union be restrained from calling or In
ktltutlng strikes or siding or ululating
In calling any strike against the Ty
potbeta or Its members fin the re
fusal to Institute the eightbom day
before Jan 1 1101 or the ulnw I amp
d unv time that It Ix restrained trust
hulling local nnl nx to institute si lik
from arranging for or juo > > tdiiiK w itli
L JAl X 41 VT A
reOMttdutn vote by ho enbnpftuit
pram nre of the prMnmrn union upon
the ubfrt of inMiroimg strikes
sllalbul tte Typothrlar or m mNr of
the TTpotnetae for rrfunnl to Initltnte
the closed shop or th lilt hour lay
and to enjoin the iinimi frrn eying
tent nv motel a alrik h < 1 < snd to
further the carrying on f inv trlke
agnlriRt the Tpothi > tiie
nr tut > r the
hop of It member
mtaiiNit coMsms lInlmt
Wan Fran cl co vt e Mnx Rttlln
get a stock brok r with nflicea nl DM
Bush street In 11 PUT conimltud
ulclde early tiiU of moon by hoot
tag himself win n solver
Th lat pfr1 Klnn t have seen
Ktllnr ally e tl Haln
thin gtntrnlrt rrn9n r who rllel
at his omce thM niiiniliu The holy
wn II found by Mr rtllltiR < shortly
before 1 oclotk sealed before a desk
on watch woe rrl mIt of the morn
Ingr Me A Lullt hI In the xkull
and a pistol rier b5 raid the story The
dead broker wi > v M wej knoAii nil
the street had hers n heavy dculKi late
ly and In bollerad i0 have been de
spondent over Inawra
Hlrtanond Va Oct sAI the m
ennlal Jlptacopal convention here to
day a rnlMlon aeneton owns hold and
the general subject What I o the Den
nlte ReaponslbUllv of the imrin
Churoh In the par lira i was
cussed by Blshopa flraxc of hanghal
McKIm of Toklo and Brent of the Phil
TO flit IOltl ACJAIN
Ban Francliiro Oct Superior
Jnde Lnwlor today ordered the shertt
to return into Court neut Monday a
panel of too chosen from the body of
the Bounty from which shall bo se
lected a jury for the second trial of
General Counsel Tlrey L Plord of the
United railroads on whore guilt or
Innocence a jury last weeH failed to
agree Judge Lewlor changed from
Monday to nest Thursday the day for
the commencement of the second trial
AJPII loafs 111IOIW
Cincinnati Oct LOn an antlboes
rant platform the newy organised city
party nearly completed Itn ticket this
afternoon only a few minor places re
maining to be filled Prank L Pfaff
prevent vice mayorwho refused a Dem
o < rattc renomination for that place
leads the ticket for mayor
Ban Francisco Ort 1The cruisers
Colorado and Maryland today went to
the More Island navy yard to coal pre
paratory to sailing for Santa Barbara
In a few day they will he joined at
that port by Rear Admiral Dayton
fliigfhlp the Went Virginia and the
cruler Pennitylvanla All then will
nroieed to M n < alena Bay when Rear
Admiral H Inhume nquardon le nov
engaged In targaret pracllie
Tlie 1It I > oc0f
Rev B C Horton sulphur springs
Tex write July Isth int I have used
In my family BallaM Baow Unlnwnt
and Horehound syrup and they have
proved certainly satisfactory Tbe Unl
neat Is the beet we have ever vsed for
heWIICM and pain The cough syrup
hat been our doctor for the lint lrM
yean SON by Z C M I Drug Dept
II and U4 south Main Btreet B
There a Reason
Per our splendid fur value at mall
price You Bet them direct from the
manufacturer Meher the Furrier
Knutsford hotel
COl 1 O IIOVLR flit Al
Korth Yakima Wash Oct tCol
John O Boyle soldier lawyer and
journallat died here today aged tt
year Col Boyle wa born In OhU
and served through the civil war Af
ter the clove of the war he studied law
After being admitted to the bar lie be
came assistant attorneygeneral of
TexaF He went to Seattle from Texas
becoming one of the editors of the lt t
He wee afterwards editor of the Ld
per at Tacoma At the time of kia
death M wan manager of the Daily
Itepubllc of title city
Tacoma Oct 8 Judge Ira A Town
a prominent member Of the Tacoma
bar was stricken with paraty In
lila office yesterday afternoon and is
In a serious condition at his home He
came to Tacoma from Albert Lea
Mlnn In 184 and was one of the
early mayors of Tacoma
bRlllllllnl Yltne < 88 ore to Juror 01 >
fn Vlio Vutwl for Iordo Aoiiilttal
San KrancKo Oct < The Oliver
grand jury met this forenoon and ex
amined three wltmrae with regard to
Juror John Olaen whose vote for the
acquittal of Tlrey U Ford on the char <
of bribery is under liivwtnlgallon A
liramah and William Due hra > tailors
nod J Mlminondu a shot dealer wire
1li jnij will bold an nfterniin M
v n Along the wdnassrs undti IInll
a A
Dr Williams Pink Pills Wit Pre
vont Most Cases anti Have
Gurod Evan Thoio That
Stubbornly Resisted
There are few nera or general JeM
lltr that ooaM Nat havo boon prevented
Tliere la no kldden cau i for Ita pre
wiico nor la U auddrn in its at tack Any
person who to wrer worked or subject
tu any great worry o i excitement or
undergoes aame longcontinued strain
n the body Is BeWv to IxMume delilli
tutol unifies the blood IF kept pure end
rlh Such umiauaj conilltlons call for
more in urishm rat than toe blood can
nupply and palenees hniilachea poor
appetite ear asking clap backache
bee of spirit and a general Hivdnut
feeling which fellow art simply a call
for a blood tonte aM builder
Mm Lena MU Brookof Prairie Hall
Marin county ft after several month
oj miffirlng ftttHly found the right
tonic In Dr IVMtama Pink Pills She I
HiiyaTor mwral fallIn after tile birth of
my baby I MJftjud terribly from a
general breakdown In health I was In
bed for tkra MMtths after that was
able to knMTfnrt of the time I
was etch all oMr being pak w oak and
thin My appetite was gone and my
head achy moet at the time Often
times there nMinad to be a ruah of
blood to my hand and I would faint
away I WU very nervoux and was nut
strong enotsgk to do any work
I As the treatmamt I was taking did
not helD me t bean In take Dr Wil
liams Pink Pllla which a friend said
had helped her After taking a few
boxes t began te pt well rapidly 1
continued wing them for a tlow and
am now All welt and strung as ever
Dr William Pink Pill have cured
anaemia aftereect of the grip and
4 ver rljunMitlem Indignation and
nervousnes dlavlneea neuralgia St
Vltu dance and am of the greatest
value even In partial paralysis and lo
comotor ataxia
Dr William Pink Pill are sold by
all druggists or will be cent postpaid
on roHpl of price SO cents per box
nix boxes Km by the Dr Wllllairui
MMlclnn ompany Bchnectady N Y
poetia are Bam Lak formerly man
aging editor of the Nan Prnuclsco Call
Luther Brown law partner in Loa An
gels of Barl Rogers and several
chauffeur and private detective It
Is understood that In addition to the
Pnrd verdict matter the grand Jury
will pursue Its Investigation Into the
alleged kidnaping Of Fremont Older
managing editor of tke Bulletin for
which Luther Brown and Atty R Por
ter Ashe have already been Indicted
Butte Mont Oct wDr Bllllnga th
aperlall of Chicago who arrived to
day to consult with local physicians
regarding the Iftneaa of John D Ryan
managing director of the Amalgamated
oompuny announced thi evening that
the patlonfa condition wits not such ai
to cause alarm
Mr Ryan la Improving slowly while
his condition la serious It is believed
be will rally Dr Billing will leave
for Chicago tomorrow
L K Rltter hu begun suit in e
district court against Erse Thompson
and James D Murdoch eektey lit
secure judgment for tlt46 50 au
to be due on a contract for the Ttittt
son Mtlydoch building
The Thorough Workmanship
And perfect nt of our fur gamnnUi
la a feature you will anpreclate Me
hell the Furrier Knutaford hotel
Nnvagnxlone nernlH llnllium Ilurio
Y HubHttlmt Would Itvitnur
Into the records of the civil division
of the city court have been tbnwt I
about M puaallng a comblaattoR of
names a II ever is brought toweliter in
one action at law The cauee of the
trouble it It may be termed such and
he sleek of the court believe It may
Is a suit filled 1 > > the Kavagaaionx
Ofollrle Italian Klorlo k Rubattlno
against A Kffrro
The HUH rka the recovery of 1710
aid to be the value of a ticket Bold
by Ferro to Flllippo Cocclmlgilo of
Iulvuno entitling him to trun > orta
tina by water aol rail from the land
of garlic nut irondoln to the land of
llbritj and fair i runilce It is alleged
ihit J frrn newler td ti how the
n < iilhlii rIn in 1 jiulgmiMit In aitiixl
inaly asked
Salt Lake Wonmn Sits It Ltd of
Bdw rd tit OtIr1I
+ wr +
Women aVA IHl aWW W Ml tltwdeltl et the
UrfaaVa Viet flBsM Whitt
tt CariaftMt In Baptember Mr
Samuel MawliBiaM of Bait Lake eat at
thn ten at KUkf war < < at a break
fast given Ml the open air at the
ttavoy hotel Mra Townnend mother
of Mr whouM > nit opposite ta
U and on hla right eat Mia Math
lids Nowhove The dinner was giv
en by Admiral Mr John Fisher
The Patio edition of the New York
Herald deaoribe Ike dinner at length
In special correapondenoe from Carte
bad an follows
Cnrlabad Baturday The moat
glorious weather still prevail and
today the bt lies been quite tropical
An H result all the drosses of the
llght < i > t and daintiest description
concealed so long during the cold
summer in trunk and cheat have sud
denly sprung into daylight
On account of the exceptional heat
prevailing today Admiral Sir John
Fisher decided at the last moment to
give his breakfast party In honor of
icing Edward Instead of In the big
dining hall and his derision proved
to be very wtoe for It wa detlghttul
ly cool In the shade of the treee
King Edward who arrived at
about 1 oclock was awaited and es
ctrtcd into the garden by his hoat The
SaO band played better than ever
and King Edward seemed well pleas
ed with the choice of strain from
The Many Widow and the Will
The other guest ware lord Chief
Justice OBrien IIr Hamucl New
houae who sat on the Mi side of
the king and wire a charming toilet
of white embroidered chiffon and hat
adorned with scarlet recta Mine Ma
bible Newhouae seated on thi right
side In a white dresa of embroidered
iruelln and hat with pink room Mrs
Townsend exactly opposite the king
and wearing a handsome dree of
white cloth handpalntcd with vio
let flower and a large violet hat
and on her left Admiral Sir John
Platter The other guests were the
Duque de Alba Marques do Villa
Mela Mr Stanley Clark and Major
Ponsonby King Edward wore a light
gray euit and soft buttonholeand a
white tower in hie buttonhole and
seemed to be In the best of pints
An amusing Incident occurred du
I brwkfast A lady ostensibly walk
ed pal the table with her husband and
waa ao busy gHatng at the king that
aha marched straight Into a tree and
embraced It much to her own discom
fort and the awoaemept of toll who I wit
Aeeed It
< be menu printed on picturesque
carts was M follows
Tntltea de riviere a la savoy
tnagoah de Wattenae ala Beroy
1otames de terre nature
lei do run JIanovrlenne
Aubergine ParManne
Cmuvftttes Yroa Bayaldl
Mousse de petit poly
Crew PfcvoiiU
PerdreattK de Scheme ear canape
Volaflhw de Btyrle a la brooks
stale Carhdwdotoe
SovMU Princess Baa
Compote varies
Oateau Opera
Cafe lure
After the breshfast wan over King
Edward drove Into town with Mrs
Newbouae and did some shopping on
the Alta MTeae lie inspected the
famous collection of fur at GruB
baum and made several purchase In
the meantime the rest of the break
fast party druv < In carriage to the
Aberg where King Edward also Boon
arrived und the Oraiul Duke Michael
Alexandrovli and his nUtir the Octal
DuehlM 1 Iti Alexajidrovnu with her
husband tli Duke Pierre of olden
burg were tleo i resent tu take tea with
the king Ihp Savoy band provided
i xrelent inniU and after lttlnir there
ocr in hour Ivlna Edward drove d > > wn
iiftaln to tin savoy Hotel with Admiral
Sir John ° MHI iKtsitng Hlong tho
inniful Ellrltic and Ksterliisy
Especially adapted through y ars of cxotritn
to tllll n Mrt M mphy d men and boy
Tuition h la aMttton to anneal T at C A < iua Re4uotlon on mixes plats
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At I oclock the king got Into his I
automobile to return to Martenbad with I
Blr Stanley Clark and Maj Poneonby
Bofore he departed he poke to Herr
Aullch the proprietor of the Hotel Ba
voy and praise the breakfast and ex
oellpnt arrangvmenu which had In
nvery way met with his entire satis
faction The visit had been kept ao
quiet that both on coming and leaving
the hotel there was nobody landing
Ihemere meehanlOft raBroaJa la
borer rely on Dr Thomas Beleotrto
OIL Takes the sting out of cuts burs
er braless nt onoa Pain cannot stay
where I la need
ClntrcJi TrtMiMM Decline to Dlvhlo
t lleutNntw WhrtlUlHH the aectlln
The trustees of the African Method
ist church In this city have issued the
following notice
The trustee board of the A M X
church ef this city have received and I
accepted the resignation of their min
ister Rev J C Bell and wish It made
known to the general public that he 1s
no longer authorised by them to solicit
funds for the Indebetedneaa of this
new church recently erected on tttxtb
South street
And thereby hung a tale The Af
rican Methodist church to In debt
I 11000 on the 17000 edlfloe recently T
ectcd and It Is found pretty hard work
raising the need d rasb At a meeting
th < > Pastor Rev tell proposed to go on
the Bulli Itatlon MUT path hiiiiself pro
vided that he be gn IK to ill per
tent of all IIIt he i null rollei1 Blla
fompeniutlon fm i ItiiHtrtal KvrMtu
Is J610 per sir anal household ejr
IH > DB S tin hrttt ii INK a somewhat
OaHtli prii mltl i ami his dark
thought ttil a o r D Miich Wo they hold
a npvrlttl tm i t IL Mm ln night when
the pastor scheme wee promptlr
voted down and the
resignation heaf e 1
fered In conxequence was a II prowtttn j
acc ptMl Presiding Rider Ohriag
Hubbard of Denver has been nettled
to nominate a successor to Rev BU l
Bilious Feel heavy after dtentrT
Tongue nested Bitter taste Com 4x
Ion sallow Liver needs waking up
toaD Ragulel cure bllloua attacks r
H cents at any drug store ji
The Inimitable Distinction
Of MeheeyB fun to eveirwbare reel
alaed Mehaay the Furrier Knota
ford hotel
Bent of rank Imitation BuUv
Nut Bread Look for our blue 1IttJIb
every IL loaf It to Nor genuine wUhItIt i
Call for A full Ninon by iTuvonllo Court tr
HaMlla In 1Ipnlnltusnis
The call for volunteers for the aW ef I
the Juvenile court baa brought teeth I
its first fruits The following Bret 1
lion officers wore appointed netatttjAjr i
to act under the direction of the semi t
but without pay C E Marka W
Boating B C YpVh J
Cannon Lycurgu Wilson Israndll
Burt William Newell William ilrtr I
Joseph J Pen ton < arlea Cottrett Jr i
H ur < ll J Holm Qoorge o Terry ears I
Prank Roderbnrg
These officer will act on i es 1
Inufht to their attention by the sours
niiT ittTwins living near thin The an t
treniiut 01 tin curfew law trill be
thlr < > hlef duty
t e
p G 4 cr I l i i 1
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t eFr a rla ill
m i vr inen t
w a d v1 w 7 r O v t1 w j I
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Airs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women
C 0 All sick women err imiUil to write Mrs Pinkliim Lynn Mass l 1
c e e ERS for nKitv Slit is the Ail < o Pink ham who has htin advising hick I a
1 Jr Amen free of charge for more than twenty years and before that she j
5 assisted her inothoMnhiw Lydia Ii Pinkltam in advising Thus she I
1 ISe is especially well qualified to give advice to sick women Write todrty I 1
l dont wait until too late I
t h
Mr Pinklmin nnvor violates tic oonflileiieo him Ptitriutwl to bar Anti t
although Mil IK couMunll rtnvlvliiK t + MUin < inluU from uiuima vho have i f
4 tiuflii iMinotUtoil lij her atlvko unit nlliine never in all liar exj > orl < i4W lute
a e piiulliiliuil htich it Ict4T Itlioiit thc full coiiMoiit nnil ufttm by MII < UHI ru > i
t0 uost of the wrHcr Nfltlirr line alai cIr dlio Ml nf licr < M ullil iilHl IftUra
a In nny other wuy iv rj nile of Ito liiuulmlH of tln > u HiuU of ItcI4lNi written
I A to liar by conllillni uomcu she Ins tilily under lick und ky In lIu font
punlubuntturj ntlquntlaaa niwiiUsr tJtl 141 ultlIdt16 for wtuuIs
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Firat that alniont CM n ijvriiin m inr J > sltltnit JI tfunttud iiix wnrfn Ix tuiM Jlwery lxi uuv uf IIIglll of hUili llIpllllUlt ac Bit Ltclie Irrrguiati
> Lisa lalda06llMnU Pain in Ilri r nlr lua int1 x iiMilmtih Inzrim h lat1 NUn iUHMihlM
i tkidind that ItftUtt K Ii ikluiinN qllalk < 4iiiMiuu < l mul < diin mUv < rooM and hula Imnovvrediw luuniixai nf Jw U1g Lhaiiiujy other owe Iurklluw
I It rerulavU tn njrtlioni arks tentoren womens lumlUi and in miiuiiiili dujiiiic tb inixl of cluih If lt
t K Tlilnl tin great volume of uiwoli lUd uiui grMtofiil tcHiiii migldl nIt at th4t Ilnkhrun lAt > rHU > rjr at I > mi Mewl many of uhkfc Btu fnnn wile In time beiuff JIIIWMbed bripectAl psrnihektn
f4 it J a e give aUoluU fuliinv of Ilia Jowtr of Lydia K linhtmnrai Kiiattn fVuniMiiind outer Ua lllntiuu of vrnnu
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