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- tc iiAy, w ''tW'5"tt " . 1 TV m THE REPUBLIC: BVEDNESTXSY. NOVEMBER 12, 1902. I LI - 0 rU LOSL the opportunity of selecting that new Overcoat from the grandest and most elaborate stocks in St. Louis unless you come to Famous. Yon farther lose considerable on the purchase unless it is made here. OUR "REGENT" OVERCOATS AT are the $15 and 916.60 specimens i eisewnerc. way pay mis uiuci- cncer G&r Agist for I BMIJ.DWAT Bonn, Put L Cl.. H. T. I Hi H0R9M Early Spring Flowering Bulbs Should Be Planted Now. HTACTNTHS-SinBle or double flowerlns In assorted colors. 60c dozen: J4.60 100. EARL.T FLOWERING TULIPS All colors, mixed. lie doten; Kc 100. CROCUS All colors, mixed, 10c dozen: 40c 100. Wo have a One stock of all kinds of TREES-SHADE, ORNAMENTAL AND FRUIT, AND NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT THEM. Send for our Special Price List on Trees Ehruba, etc YOUNG'S, I406A Olive St. Mseouri's Greatest Store Ban's Is taxed for room, but relief is soon to be bad In tie completion of the "Annex." Be fore Its opening beautiful fall and winter goods are selling; at unusually moderate price. , TRAIN STRUCK FARM WAGON. One Was Killed Instantly and One Fatally Hurt. REPUBLIC SPECIAL . Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov. 11. News was re ceived here to-night that a train ran down and killed a farmer named Henry Sites ard fatally Injured Tom McCarty, near Dump, Desha County. The accident occurred about o'clock. The men were drl.lns in a wagon from their home at Mills, Ark., and the northbound passenger train ran Into them, killing Sites Instantly and fatally Injuring McCarty. Just, Breathe Hyomei lures a cold in 10 hours and presents Pneumonia. Hyomei is nature mnw!v fnr the mw of coughs, colds, catarrh, asthma and all diseases of the ncse, throat and lungs. No stomach drugging Just rradlcated air that heals the Irritated membrane and cures disease. Complete outfit of pocket inhaler and HyomeL U.ML Extra bottle, of Hyomei. Wc. Druggists or by mall. Holey reloaded If it does not cure. r7"We solicit correspondence from all troubled with throat or lung diseases. An eminent special ist will prescribe free. 'Write us your symptoms; TKi B. T. BootK Co., Ithaca, JIT. Y. SPECIALTIES. Mississippi Valley Tnst Company Issues Its Own Letters of Credit available throughout the world. DEATHS. BOISLINIERE On Tuesday morning. Norem tw It. 1MZ. at her residence. No. JSM Franklin, avenue, Mary A. Rolsllnlere, relict of the late Doctor L. Ch. Bolsllnlere, In the seventy-seventh year of her axe Funeral from St. Alpbonsus Rock) Church at t o'clock Thursday mornlcr. November 13. Friends cf the family lnnted tc attend. Inter ment private. CASTRO FORRERO Monday. November 10. IMS, at f-35 u. m.. Miss Josefln Castro Borrero. beloved sister cf Mrs. Jose M. Trlgo de Claven, Funeral November 12. at : p m.. from resi dence. No. 752 Baard atenue. to Calvary Ceme tery. EDWARDS On Tuesday. November It. 1J02. at la. n, Elijah, beloved husband of Sarah Ed wards (nee Cudmore) and father of Allen, Mat tie. Frances and Elijah Edwards, passed amy. after a lingering- Illness. Funeral villi take place from family residence, So. 12S3 North Garrison avenue, at p. m.. Friday, November 14. Boom HI and ilacon papers piease copi. KOOP Entered into rest on Tuesday. Novem ber 11. 1302. at 930 o'clock a. m . Herman Koor.. our beloved brother; after a lingering illnisa, at the age of Styears. The funeral will take place on Welresdey. No vember 12, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from J C. Pen alec: & Sons undertaking rooms. No IBS North Sixth street, to Calvary Cemetery. Frlendi are Invited to attend. BeCORMACK On Sunday. November . UK, at 11 p. m , Mrs. Margaret McCormack. relict of the late Edward McCormack. In the seventieth year of her age. beloved mother of Mrs. Julia Collins, Mrs. Emma Gibson and Mrs. Annie Reynolds. Funeral Wednesday, November 12, at 1:30 p. m., from the residence of her son-in-law, H. Reynolds, at Brentwood, to the Church of the Holy Redeemer. Webster Groves, thence to Rose Bill Cemetery. Friends Invited to attend. Central Falls. R. L. and Jeffersonvllle, lad., papers please copy. CCONTJHLL-On Tuesday. November 11. 1901 at 1 JO p.' m , Morris, beloved son of .Mary and b. jate rattles: u umueii, oruiner ex amjwiwa FBrlen. Daniel, James. Michael and Timothy rconneu agea x. yearo auu a. ubj ISO p. m from family residence. No. Mi Maffltt avenue, to visitation uurcu. uicui w .-. . -, , -. ..- .- II.. ,,,lut i- at. cemetery. nia oi ". i4,j ......, ... -tend. Denver, Cola, and Baa Francisco papers please copy. RAINWATER At his home. No a latf" rlaceTat o'clock p. m.. Monday. November 10, &02, Major Charlea C Rainwater. Funeral services will be held at the Lafayette Park Methodist Church, corner of Lafayette and Mississippi avenues. Thursday, November U, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. Friends Invited to attend. WEBSTER-Entered Into rest, Tuesday, stM a. tnT Sophie Webster (nee Dauzhaday), nsloveo wife of Oeorse H. Websur. Jr. Due notice of funeral will he riven. Chicago, I1L. and Toledo. O.. papers please iMMVrt J VICTIM OF CHARIVARI SHOOTS HIS CHUM To Stop the Noise on the Eve of His Marriage James McCracken Wounds Fred Sagor. THINKS BULLETS ARE BLANKS. Ball Passes Through Sager's Arm and the Incident Does Not In terfere With McCraeken's Wedding. Fred Sager of Edw ard lllv Tonnhlp wa wounded late Jlonday night while partici pating In a charitarl by James McCrackcn, the victim of the mock serenade, and the particular chum of the man he shot. The principals live In the neighborhood between Poas and Wanda. When It became known that James McCracken and Mis-, Anna Battels were to be married, the oung men decided upon a noisy demonstra tion. The prospecthe bridegroom learned FREE SAGER OF WANDA. ILL. The young man was shot by James Mc Cracken. his best friend, while assisting In a charivari at McCraeken's home on Men day night. of their plan and decided to forestall an attentions of the kind by going directly from Edwardsvllle to Bond County, where he was to engage In farming. The wedding was set for Tuesday, and, not to be thwarted, the young men assem bled late Monday night, and, armed with plowshares, disks and old pans, proceeded to the residence of John Poas, where Mc Cracken was staying McCracken was annojed. and appeared at the window with a reolver, which he waved In a threatening manner. All of the boys but Sager Bed, but, as he and Mc Cracken were particularly good friends, Sager strolled towards the -window. Mc Cracken. however, could distinguish noth ing in the darkness, and, ra'slng h's gun, fired three times. A cry followed the sec ond shot, and It was found that joung Sager had been struck. He was placed in a buggy and conveyed to the office of Doctor E. . negenbaum. In Edwardsvllle, where it was found that the bullet one of 44 caliber had passed through his right arm. McCracken ex plained that he thought the revolver was loaded merely with blank cartridges. The unhappy incident was not allowed to Interfere with the wedding plans. Mr. Mc Cracken and Miss Bartels bade their friends good-by vesterday morning and drove Into Edwardsvllle, where they were married by County Judge W. P. Early. They departed at once for their new home In Bond Coun ty. McCracken is a nativ e of Bond County, but Sager came from Missouri some vears ago, and his parents still reside In that State. FRANK PECK LAID TO .REST. Funeral Was One of the Largest Ever Seen in Columbia. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Columbia, Mo., Nov. 1L The funral services of Frank W. Peck took place this morning. A large number of relatives and friends of the dead druggist were presmt from St. Louis, Kansas City and Jefferson City. Among them were Mr. and Mr G. W. A. Gordon of Jefferson City, the aged father and mother of Mrs. Peck, on whose grae Mr. Peck committed suicide. The funeral was one of the larcest ever held here. All the members and ex-members of the Columbia School Board, of which the deceased was long an active member, attended in a body, as did other organiza tions with which. Mr. Peck was connected. The Reverend "W. W. Elwang, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, conducted the re ligious services, while, at the written re quest of the deceased, Walter Williams made a brief speech at the grave. J. H. BALDWIN. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Whitehall, lit. Nov. 11 J. H. Baldwin, a well known and prominent resident of this county, died here to-night, ared 79 years He was born In Warren County, Ohio, In 1S23 and was tbe second son of Judge Benjamin Baldwin The de ceased came to tbls courty In 1&. lie was a lifelong Democrat and hod been a reader of The Republic for over fifty years. R. M. FIELD. Boston. Nov. 11. R. M. Fiia. the well-known theatrical manager, who for many years was the head of the Boston Museum, died to-day of Bright a disease. MRS. CHARLES COLLINS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Herrin. I1L, Nov. 1L Mr Charles Collins died here tbls morning after a short nine's. W. W. FELLOWS. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Pana, 111.. Nov. 11. W. W. Fellows, aged 5S years, an Insurance agent, d ed sudlenlr at the Harris House, in Snelbyvitle. jeeterday. Ilia home Is In Chicago, and his wife, who Is an In valid, is In the sanitarium at Battle Creek. Mich. He was a Mason, and that order has charge of the remains. DAVID T. BRIDGES. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Vienna. Ill . Nov. 11 David T. Bridges. Sr . died at his home in this city this morning of pneumonia. He was C4 years old. MRS. JOHN MCMILLAN. REPUBLIC SPECIAL St. Charles. Mo . Nov. 11 Mrs. John McMillan, 'wife of Superintendent McMillan of the Missouri Corncob Pipe Factory, died yesterday morning at the family home at Fourth and like streets, aged 31 years, and was burled at the German Metho dist Cemetery tbls afternoon. CHARLES NEELY. REPUBLIC SPECIAL, Ramsey. Ill . Nov. 11. Charles Neely. who has been troubled with throat affection for a year, died very suddenly this morning, aged 30 jears. MRS. J. V. SM1TIL REPUBLIC SPECIAL Glasgow. Mo , Nov. 1L Mrs. J. V. Smith, widow of the late Thomas P. Smith, died yester day at the home of her brother, John L. Lewis, near this city. She suffered a stroke of paraly sis Saturday, from effects of which she never re covered. She was In the seventy-ninth year of her age and was one of tbe oldest residents of this community. Laifayette Presbytery Meetlnsr. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Marshall, Ma, Nov. 1L A special session of the Lafayette Presbytery was held here to-day to consider the call of the Boone vllle Church to the Reverend Mr. Abbett. who Is nowat Sprtngfleld,Mo. The presbytery What are Humors? They are vitiated or morbid fluids coars Ing tbe veins and affectins the tissue. They are commonly due to defective diges tion bnt are sometimes inherited. How do they manifest themselves ? In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and bolls, and in weakness, languor, general debility. How are they expelled 7 By Hood's Sarsaparilta which also builds up the system that has suffered from them. It is tbe best medicine for all humors. gave hta permission to accept the caU. Among Ine ministers present were Doctor G. S. Levburn. St. Louis: Doctor E. C Gordon. Lexington: W. E Beatty, Hlggins ville; E. F. Abbott. Springfield, and Elder J. W. Jamison, Boonville. GROOVED RAILS APPROVED. B. P. I. Granted Transit Company Permission to Make Change. The Board of Public Improvements at IH meeting jesterday approved tho plans of the St. Louis Transit Company for grooved rails to be laid in sections of the city where the streets have been Improved. It is itated by members of the board that this stjle of rail renders much service in helping to decrease the number of street car accidents. It will maintain an even sur face oxer the street, and, in this manner, will prevent vehicles from being caught In the tracks. Plans for temporarily closing the doorsi and windows of the City Hospital during the winter months were also approved. The Water Commissioner's plans for a ware house to be erected in the city pipe yards were rejected on the ground that they In volved the expenditure of too much money. Plans for the proposed elevators to be erected in the City Hall were referred to the President's department of the board. BURIED UNDER A LUMBER PILE. Robbers Hid CKcar Meyers After Taking His Money. 0car Mcjers of Batesvllle. Ark., reported to the police earlv jesterday morning that while he was on his way to Union Station about 10 o'clock Monday night three : lasked hli;hwamen held him up on Pine street, and after taking J115 from him, burled him under a lumber pile. Mevcrs said he came to St. Louis to con fer with the officials of the Missouri Pa cific Rallroid Companv, for whom he had been working as a civil engineer. He said he left the Equitable building and was walking on Pine street when three masked men Jumped from an alley and covered him with three revolvers. PLANS F0R"THE"FUNERAL OF MAJOR C. C. RAINWATER. MuaunSc sind Military Rites Will Tol- low IlellBlona Services nt I.n- favette Park M. C Church. The funeral of Major Charles C. Rain water will take place to-morrow at 1:30 p m. The Reverend Doctor Charles E. Patti'lo will conduct the services at Lafavctte Park Methodist Episcopal Church. Tha burial will be In Belief ontalne Cemetery. Members of the Rainwater Rifles, Com pany E, First Regiment, and of Anchor Lodge, escorted by Ascalon Commandery, No. IS. will act as guards of honor. Mili tary and Masonic rites will be observed at tbe grae. The members of the Confederate organi zation will attend the funeral but will not inarch In a booy. lhe honorary pallbearers ure C. D Mc Lure, Julius fc. W aim, I. V. .rJtl , David R. rrancis. H. A. Newman. Harvev W. Sal mon, s. M. Kennara, Ell Klotz, L. P. Eiier De. jonn H. Overall. C. T. Miller. Jude Ja cod Klein. Judge Lcroy B. Valnaiu, Gov ernor A. M. Uockery. vVlllIam ji. 'lnomp son. Ben Von Puhl. George F. Durant, JK. W. Crunden. N. C. Nelson, Capialn James Bojce. Colonel Vincent Slarmaauke. Cap tain W. 1. Bull. James Banneiinixii. James A. Carr. George J. Hes, A. v.. FoAie., Ed ward C Itowe, Adolpnus Busch, n rnir Governor VAilliam J. hione. Liniteuant Uj' ernor John A. Lee. I. J. llak.. , Johi ,'. Morrison. L. L. Chaney, Motes Ku,iib and W. C. Townsend. The active pallbearers are Isaac M. M-i-eoii William Reipschlaeger, Klir.ard M. Hvams. Charles H. Hoke. William F. Gouia, Aivin I). Reed. Cnarles JC Witnall, Herman W. Fay. The active pallbearers are all past masters of Anchor Lodge, of which Major Jtiuiwa ter was the first master. The Rainwater RiHe", under command of Captain A. L. Boyle, will assemble at the armory. Nineteenth and Pine --treets, at 12.45 to-morrow. From the armory the com pany will march to the residence. No. II Benton place, and will escort the body from there to the church and cemetery. At tho cemetery the company bugler will sound "taps" over the grave. Ihe members of Anchor Lodge will isst-m-ble at Jefferson and Park avenues a.nl. escorted by Ascalon Commander)', No. io. Knights Templars, will march to the, res idence and with the military escort the body to the cemetery. VERY LOW RATES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. VIA THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY AND IRON MOUN TAIN ROUTE. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY until April 30, 1903, good for return trip until June 1, 1903. Liberal stopover prlv lieges. HOMESEEKBRS EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE the first and third Tuesdays of each month until April 2L 1903. One first class fare, plus COO, for the round trip. Return limit 21 days from date of sale Stopover privileges. SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST TICK ETS ON sale the first and third Tuesdays of each month until April 21, 1303. Fare one-half the one way first-class limited rate, plus t: 00. For maps, folders and literature descriptive of territory, etc., call on or ad dress any agent of the company. H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. Agent, St. Louis. OBJECT TO STATEHOOD BILL Convention Called to Oppose the Present Measure. V REPUBLIC SPECIAL Springfield, 111., Nov. 11. The Capital Stock Committee of the State Board of Equalization will not hear representatives cf corporations after Thursday of next week. This was decided upon at a meeting of the committee this morning. "There Is such an accumulation of work on hand," said Chairman Barnes, "that it will be impossible for us to give any time to hearings after Thursday of next week. Until that time we will be glad to listen to anybody who has any views to present. After next week, however, we must give our entire attention to the work that is before us In order that it may be completed in time to be reported to the various counties of the State, so they will not be delayed In extending their totals." The Capital Stock and Railroad commit tees were In session all morning. The work of the Railroad Committee Is In such shape that it can be closed up In a very short time. The Capital Stock Committee Is sim ply covered up with work, and It Is not thought that it will be able to make a final report before the middle of December. $18 To Xew Orleans and Return f 18, Via Mobile and Ohio Railroad. Tickets on sale November 11. 12. 16. 17 and IS at 518 Olive street and Union Station. GENERAL WEYLER'S FUTURE. Sagasta May Drop Him Out of War Department. Madrid, Nov. 11 King Alfonso has in trusted Minister Sagasta with the recon struction of the Cabinet and given him a. free hand In the matter. It Is believed that General Weyler will not be retained In the War Office. Senor Sagasta is endeavoring to embody In the new Cabinet a more dem ocratic element than that which was found In the previous Cabinet. In an Interview to-day General Weyler said: "I am at the disposition of Senor Sagasta: I shall not form any- obstacle it any solution can be found." a 18 To Sew Orleans and Return S 18, Via Sloblle and Ohio Railroad. Tickets on sale November 11, 12. 16, 17 and 18 at 518 Olive street and Union Station. ASSESSING THE CORPORATIONS. The Illinois Board Finds Itself Swamped With Work. REPUBLIC SPEC1AU Oklahoma City. Ok.. Nov. U. The Execu tive Committee of the Single Statehood Organization of Oklahoma and the Indian Territory, In session here, last night decided to issue a call for a single-statehood con vention, composed of 1,000 delegates from each Territory, to meet In Claremore, I. T December 3. At that time a committee trill be chosen to go to Washington to work for the defeat of the statehood bill now before Congress. Two Little Lives Crashed Oat. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Evansville. Ind.. Nov. lL-As a result of being mangled Sunday by a- freight car. lr?.alSLS?,'e S y..eara o"3- ed to-day. His . .., nuw niu uuri at me stunt-; i S f yc?erday. The parent ol tba ! DOTS Witnessed th rlnnlsTo oltr WATCHES FOR PERFECT What a man needs is a reliable watch one he can depend upon one that's always accurately correct. Unless a watch is perfectly made it can't be accurate. We sell perfect watches in silver, gold and gold filled cases, "at reasonable prices," but every one bears our guarantee. HESS and CULBERTSON, COR. SIXTH AND LOCUST. RELIABLE RESIDENCE ssSSS TELEPHONE DOES A. MUCH HI JH II CALL MAIN 2090 FOR RATES. -illk On THURSDAY, NOV. 20th, the WABASH LINE Will inaugurate a Personally Conducted Tourist Sleeping Car Line between St. Louis and PORTLAND, ORE. LEAVIN6 ST. LOUIS EVERY THURSDAY AT 9 A. M. Only Tourist Car Line Between the Points Named TICKET OFFICE, N. E. COR. EI8HTH AND OLIVE. Sunday Excursions. V 9k SWINbrltLU, ILL. Ollu And Return. Proportionate Rates to Intermediate Points. SUNDAY, NOV. 16th, VIA CHICAGO & ALTON RY. Tickets good tolng on train leaving St. IouU 8-04 a. m Sunday. Nomber 16th, and rurnln on train lfaving dprinjfleid at 7 p m. tune day. Ticket Offices. Gth and Ollre and Union Station. HOTELS. When Ton Stop In St. Loals Next, Stop at The New St, James Hotel And.that nill atop ou from further worrying regarding a stopping place. This house has un dergone a most wonderrul transformation. Com pletely made o er. fc.ver thing new. and in modern and up-to-date conveniences make It com tollable and pleasaut. Itatts are. Nccnday d n ner Wc. tickets at office; American U a dav &n up; European St a day and up Take the Market t. cars to and from Union station Tnls house Is on Walnut and Broadway, at. Ixula. Write lor particulars. P. SHORT. Proprietor and Manager. SENATORS ON STATEHOOD BILL. Declare That Politics Will Not In fluence Their Report. REPUBIJC SFBOAI Kansas City. Mo.. Nov. 11 According to United States Senators Albert J. Bavercdge or Indiana and W. P. Dillingham of Ver mont, members of the Senate Subco-nmlt-tee on Territories, the closeness of the re cent election in Oklahoma will have no ef fect whatever on 'he question of admit ting that territory to the Union as a State. "Will the fact that the Oklahoma electian was very close haze an effect upon the Oklahoma situation In regard to State hood?" Senator Beeredge was asked in Vancao rlv thfa mnrnllKT. "No. sir: none whatever." he returned I with force. The Senator then declined to discus the Territorial situation further. "There is no reason why the outcome of the Oklahoma election should have any ef fect upon the question of admitting that Territory as a State," said Senator Dllllng liam "Will political conditions enter the scope of jour investigations 7' was asked. "No. Our trip will not be a political one. We wnnt to gain information about Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma In the way of fltne-a for Statehood before report ing on Statehood bills providing for their admission as States." 18 To Xnr Orleansi aad Return f 18, Via Mobile and Ohio Railroad. Tickets on sale November 11. 12. 16, 17 and IS at 518 Olive street and Union station. Illinois National Guard. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield. 111., Nov. 11. Orders affecting the Illinois National Guards were Issued to day by Adjutant General Smith an follows: An election is ordered in Company F. Second Infantrj. at 30 p. m . Tue.3ay. December S. lJi -tor Captain and First and Second Lieuten ants. Major Thomas J. McConlogne. Beeoad In fantry, will preside. Upon th tecommendatlon or the Tegumental commander the following; appointment Is hereby made: Edward H. Titus, to l Battalion Adju tant. Second Intantn. 1 !ihar!. l?Iank Urn Lieutenant, from November U. 1J0.2. The following; named enlisted men are dis charged from tr-e military service of the state: OPPOSED . WdW!MHmtfi tPHrk?sv SERVICE COSTS LITTLE STILL ANOTHER NEW LINE. RECEIVERS' SALE OF THE PROPERTY OP WESTERN DAIRY COMPANY. Pursuant to an order of sale made by the Cir cuit Court. City of St. txmls. the undersigned, receivers of the Western Dairy Company, will, en Saturday, the f 5th Day of Not ember, A. D. 1902 At the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of that day, on the premises Jso. 1912 Franklin avenue, in the City of St. Liouls. sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, all of th goods and chattels of eald corporation, consisting of store and office fix tures, horses, wagons and harness. Ice cream and milk cans, freezers. Ice boxes, cabinets, electric motor, and all of tho other goods, chattels and Implements used by the raid corporation In tte business, together with the good will of the busi ness pnd the milk routes. Tho said 'property will first be sold In detail, ai.d Immediately after the sale In detail has been closed, it will be offered In bulk, and If a greater sum Is realized out of the sate In bulk than out of the detail sale the bulk nale will be submitted to the court for Its approval. The partiee bidding for the property In detail will be required to make reasonable deposits on bidding off the several article-!, and will be re quired to pay the whole purchase price us soon as their bills are ready. If the amount realized from the sale In bulk exceeds the amount of the detail sale then the deposits will be refunded to the several bidders A deposit of one thousand ($1,000) dollars will be required from any one to whom the said prop erty may be struck off in bulk. A detailed list of the property to be sold may be Inspected at the office of the company. No. 1912 Franklin avenue, on and after Thursday, Nov. 13th. 1902 WILLIAM D. BKCKMAN and THEODORE E. MERTENS. Receivers. H. I. SUTTON, Auctioneer. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS TABLES.... SI Down, $1 Per Week. COUPON CLIPPING nfest FREE GIFTS. ST. IO0IS H0DSE rURMSHIH C0. D Cot This Out. We request that you call er write far Beek let containing Rules e! 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