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THE 6CBANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOBKINU. DECEMBER 12. 1S9B.
NeuJs WEST SIDE EVENTS. . Wuhioftoa Camp, No. 178, P. 0. S. cf A.,Cdcbrate Its Twenty.loorth An. alveraary la Mears' HalL Washington Camp, No. 178, Patriotic Oreder Sons of America, was oriranlzed on December 12, 1872, and the celebra tion of the twenty-fourth anniversary took place last evening in Mears hall. The celebration was In the form of an entertainment given by Charles E. D. W. MOSER. Charter Member of the Camp and Its Treasurer for Over Twenty-Three Years. Douglass, necromancer, and Retieral wonder. Present at he celebration was State Secretary William Weand, who Is making a tour of the state. Mr. Weand did not address the assemblage last evening. The meat of the night's feast was furnished by State President A. J. Col burn, jr., who delivered a speech of extraordinary merit, in fact, many who heard Mr. Colburn last night place his efforts as the best h hns ever given In the recollection of West Kiders. Mr. Colburn was Introduced ly J. Archie Jones, chairman of the evening. The large audience which taxed the stand ing room of the hall at once recognized the eloquent orator and a nice compli mentary salute was given. The speaker did not dwell partlcuarly upon the pe cuniary benefits of the order, he rather advanced the spirit part, the love of country and the fostering, of that love. His words were pertinent and bore up on current topics of interest. He re ferred to the flag tearing down Incident on Jackson street last election day , morning and denounced the action. Cu ba also received attention. Mr. Col- burn's reference to the death of Antonio Maceo, the Cuban leader, was a spon taneous effort and sent a magnetic thrill through the audience. He spoke In part as fololws: O, Freedom, how many have died for thee, and in thy imme how rntiny wrongs have been committed! Are we a nation of patriots? Have we proved ourselves worthy sons of noble sires? As lovers of liberty, as children of freedom, It is only right and proper that our goveranient should make some practical manifesta tion of It by extending a helping hand to A. 3. OOI-IiORN, State President of the Order, Who Paid An Eloquent Tribute to the Cuban Patriots. poor, down trodden, oppressed and perse cuted Cuba to a people who. like our fore, fathers, have grown restless under the brutal, tyrannical, despotic rule of Spain. The oppression has become unbearable, and they are now lighting, suffering, strug gllng, dying for their norm and their firesides, for their manhood and their lib erty. A small colony arrayed against a mighty and a powerful nation! What an heroic, wonderful, self-sacrificing exhi bition of bravery and true courage! It is burning shame that our government, the 'Mother of Republics, has not extend ed Its helping hand. Today certain cen ters of civilization are rejoicing over the death of a brave and heroic patriot. Maceo, the Washington of Cuba, Is dead! O noble son of freedom, may thy spirit live In thy devoted followers until liberty and ' f Sfi I mm Fancy Cloths, Velvets and Plain Broadcloths. Fancy Cloth Jackets and Dressing Gowns. Tricot Cloth, Broadcloth and Fancy Plaid Cloths. Fancy Figured Silk Smoking Jackets. House Coats and In Plain .Mixtures and Fancy Plaids From $5.00 to $15.00 Bath Robes of Turkish Toweling. TJSAMTERS Spare Dealing ClotMon, Hatters aid Furnish;. of tb? Stibtirbs. Independence be won for thy native Island. Thousands of Cuban patriots have die for their country, glad- while dying to see thee victorious. Thousands have blessed thee and hundreds of thousands will continue to bless thee. When Cuba shall be free thy name shall be encircled w(th stars, and the brow and soul of every Cuban will beam as he mentions the name of Maceo! Cuba will yet be free. "For he. who buildetn broad and wise. Nor pauseth In his plan. Will take the stars from out the skies E'er Freedom out of man." Mr. Douglass, the entertainer, gave a varied exhibition of his powers. He showed all sorts ot sleight of hand tricks, palmistry, and rope tying and untying. He changed water to wine and did other miracles. Mr. Douglass is also a ventriloquist and his double whistling alto and soprano was a very clever piece of lip work. After the entertainment a dance so cial was enjoyed by several hundred young people. Professor Johnson fur nished the music. The committee In charge was J. J. Green, W. H. Coons, K. T. Kid red, L. V. Decker and J. Ar chie Junes. Camp 178 is one of the strongest in the state. It has over 300 members In good standing and the ollicers are: J. Archie Jones, past pres ident: Professor Daniel W. Phillips, president; James Hudson, vice-president; Frank Phillips, master of forms; liert Kinie. conductor; Milton Decker, outer guard; Thomas Sweet, Inner guard. The election of new officers will take place next Thursday evening. D. W. Moser. whose portrait is given in this column, Is one of the charter mem bers of the camp. When It was or ganized in Warnke's hall In 1872 Mr. Moser was elected sentinel and at the end of six months he was elected treas urer, which office he has filled since that time. He has declined the proffer of a re-election this year and it is like ly that. In compliment to his long and faithful service, a reception will be given him In the near future. He Is, also, the oldest member In the camp. CHILD BUKXED TO DEATH. It Is not generally known that the death of Ethel, the 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lawrence, of l'rlceluirg. who formerly resided on the West Side, was the result of burns re ceived while playing near the sitting room stove. Such was the case. Wed nesday afternoon the mother was ab sent from the house and upon return lug she found the child terrildy burned and dying. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from the home of the parents on Lincoln street, Prlce burg. Interment will be made in Wash burn street cemetery. REV. MR. DOTY SPOKE. Rev. F. P. Doty spoke at last even ing's Indoor camp meeting of the Sal vation Army. There was a large at tendance. The affair will be given for two weeks with a different programme for each night. Tomorrow the Army will observe the following: 7 a. m one hour of wrestling; 10.30 a. m., a time of surrender; 3 p. m rolling away th stone, an address by Ensign Mrs. DeGaris; 7.30, Salvation under the trees. This meeting will be addressed by Rev. John Davy. All persons are Invited to the Salvation Army Sylvan scene. PRIMARIES ON DEC. 26 At a meeting of the Republican can didates -for alderman and common council In the Fifth ward held Thurs day night in Fairchild's hotel It was decided to hold the primaries on Sat urday, Dee. 26. between the hours of 4 and 7 at the regular polling places. NOTES AND PERSONALS. English and Culklns' dancing class will not meet tonight owing to the fair at St. David's hall. At the Columbia Hose company's fair Inst night Mrs. S. B. Price, of South Garfield avenue, won a handsome carv ing knife and Miss Rose Yoos, of Washburn street, won a beautiful par lor lamp. Several bags of Hour were chanced off. The Excelsior Hose com pany paid a visit in a body. The fair will be continued this evening when a lurge crowd is' expected. Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears Hall. 113 S. Main avenue. The funeral of Thomas Corcoran took place yesterday afternoon. Interment was In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. Keystone lodge. Loyal Knights of America will assemble in their hall at 1.30 o'clock today to attend the funeral of their late member, David Phillips, in a body. In the absence of Llewellyn Jones, Mrs. D. B. Thomas was accompanist at the Heptasophs entertainment. Choice cut flowers and ftower de signs at Palmer & McDonald's, 6 Spruce. Rev. A. L. Ramer, pastor of St. Murk's Lutheran church. West Side, at a union meeting of the Luther Leagues of the city held Thursday evening at Trinity Lutheran church, on Adams avenue, read his report of the doings of the national convention of Lutheran Leagues, held at Chicago, Never in any past season has our assortment of these garments been so near the point of perfection as now. The styles are superb, the fabrics elegant and the effects most pleasing. No store in the state affords so wide a range for selection as ours. Smoking Jackets which he attended as a representative from the northeastern Pennsylvania division. The latest and best styles. Roberts, 126 North Maine. - I Dr. C. W. Colbora, Deatist. Rooms 144 North Main avenue. West Side Business Directory. HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORI3T.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specialty; MM South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Ch for anything you have to leu. Furniture, Btoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tns stock ot J. C. King. 701 to 7W West Lack awanna avenue. MORGAN'S PHARMACY-101 NORTH avenue Warranted pure drugs and chemicals. Prescriptions carefully pre pared. Fine stationery and blank books. A large stock suitable for Christmas presents. Teachers' Bibles cheaper than ever. Call and examine them. Wood stains, paints, window glass, etc. Clerk at store all hours of night. SOUTH SIDE NEWS. The funeral of Mrs. Ann Gallagher, of Minooka, was held yesterday after noon at 3 o'clock. It was a large one and testified to the esteem in which she was held. Services were conducted at St. Joseph's church by Rev. D. w, McCarthy, and Interment was made in Minooka cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Adam A. Yearing, of South Wyoming avenue, are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a son. A statue of the Blessed Virgin will be unveiled at the Sodality reception in St. John's church tomorrow even ing. The funeral of August Haas will be held from his lato residence on South Washington avenue at ! o'clock this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Shep. Carpenter, of l niondale. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Roche, of Cherry street Arthur Williams, of Stone avenue, is visiting friends In Blnghamton. The Seranton Saengerrunde Is re hearsing for the annual saengerfest of the German singing societies of the state which will take place in Philadel phia in June. They hope to bring home first prize. . Choice cut flowers and (Tower de signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 644 Spruce. Call at the new 3c. store; everything new, at Borcher's, 713 Cedar ave. Y. W, C. A. NOTES. A special meeting for women Sunday afternoon at 3.45 will be held in our association rooms, Wll Cedar avenue. Kvery woman is welcome. There will be special music. Come and bring a friend. Bible class Saturday night at 7.30 o'clock. The Bible class which Is studying the "Life of Christ" will meet Monday night at 7.30 o'clock. All are welcome. Burgess Toy Store. Everything new In toys, 812 Cedar ave. PROVIDENCE. Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey. teacher of elocution, and her pupils gave an enter tainment in the Court Street Methodist Kpiscopal church last evening. The fol lowing programme was rendered: Quar tette, George Thayer, Fred Terwllliger, Sidney Phi-Is und Charles Terwilliyor; recitation, .Miss Uorsey; delsartenn poses, l-one Farnham: recitation, "The Dea con's Confession," Bessie Poner; recltu.U tlon. "Naughty Little Ulrl," Kvangeuno lorsevi pantomime, "Splendor Fulls on Castle Walls,'' Lizzie Krunt and Hazel Hopewell; recitation, "The Revenge of Tarnish," Miss Dorsey; recitation, "Too Late for the Train," Lizzie Krant; recita tion, "iloat at Sea," Susie Uross; recita tion, "The Chariot Race," Miss Dorsey; recitation, "Suppose," Gertie Lehman; recitation, "The Last Hymn," Mabel Mal lery; minuet, "As Grandma Did," Leone Furnham. The North End basket ball team de feated the Company H team last even ing In one of the most hotly contested games of the season by a score of 4 to 2. The game was played In Company H armory and was largely attended. The feature of the game wa the playing of Cambell, Sykes and Rhule, the North End's forwards. Thomas George and Miss Ruth Meredith were married Thursday evening at the home of the bride's parents, on Leggett's street, by the Hev. V. F. Davis, of the Welsh baptist church. A large number of friends and relatives witnessed the cer emony. Mr. and Mrs. George will com mence housekeeping at once on William street. The pulpit of the Welsh Baptist church next Sunday will be occupied by the pas tor. Rev. W. F. Davis, who will preach In Welsh at both sessions. At the Puritan Congregational church tomorrow the Rev. Newman Matthews will preach in the evening on "me In ward Convict." In the morning Rev. William Edgar, of the Methodist Eplsco pal church, will preach. Rev. W. O. Watklns, of the North Main Avenue Baptist church, will prench to morrow morning on the theme "Thoughs on the Passing Year;" evening subject, "Religious Cupidity; or Christ Does Not oatisry. a oner song service will pre cede the evening service. Mrs. Thomas Loftus, of Leggett street, is seriously 111, Frank Devers, of West street, has recov ered from his recent illness. Marty, the son of John J. Loftus, assist ant Inside foreman at the Leggett's Creek shaft! Is 111. Hele 8charar, of Parker street, Is HI. John Jervls, of Wayne avenue, has re signed his position with Otto Meyer's, the North Main avenue grocer. John Henry, of Warren street, who has been ill for the past month, is convales cent. Miss Lizzie Gabriel, of Church avenue, has returned from Youngstown, O. The Economy Athletic club will conduct a grand ball Thursday evening, Dec. 24, In Company H armory. The Citizen band lias reorganized and will meet for their first rehearsal Wednes day evening in Harry Richardson's ho tel. Miss Anna Thomas, of Youngstown, O.. Is the guest of Miss Lizzie Gabriel, of Church avenue. Tomorrow morning the Rev. D. M. Kin ter will preach in the Christian church on "Lessons of Oethsemune," and In the evening on "Christian Progress." Rev. William Edgar spent the past week with friends In New York city. GREEN RIDGE. A message received by Green Ridge friends yesterday reported Guard Beane's safe arrival at Grand Forth, N. D. Candidates for common council are al- Ibe BEST Thing or the Season is Coming. O-DON'T MISS ITtO "Clean, Elevating, Entertaining I " SEE WHAT THEY SAY I Office of Supt. of Instruction, Silver Lake Assembly, 220 Avcrill Avenue. Rochester, X. Y., Aug. 80th, 1803. Mr. H. P. Vax Liew, Mv Dear Sir : While I was not privileged, on account of ah aencr, to hear your two illustrated lectures tt our Asmmbly this season, allow me to say I'nct I have heard nothing but words of highest and enthusiastic praise from a people who for wcclm had been f urfeited with the best talent this coun try affords. The best of all is the influence you left for good. Very truly yours, Kev. Ward Platt, Supt. of Instruction. From WaterUnm Daily Standard, Aug. tub.) " Prof. H. P. Van Llew's lecture was given to a crowded house last night. ' Great r 'Hrtt class P ' Excellent t etc. , were heard at the clcsc. liis stereopticon is a powerful machine, and t'.'.c views were fine. lie speaks distinctly, and on a can easily follow and enjoy his lecture from be ginning to end," " That was the best lecture (Slums) 1 ever heard at Round Lake. We will have it repeated In July." JOHSf D. Roorri, Sunt. Kounv Lake Aaa'n. At the Simpson M. E. Church on Monday EvtnMg, Dte. 14. icady appearing. The following have been mentioned (or tne ofhee: T. U. JacKson, J. H. Seward. Arthur Monies, Fred Emory, J. E. Carmalt, G. W. Hornbaker. Attor ney B. F. Killam, A. J. Fowler and Mar tin P. Mulligan. DUNMOKE. The Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Ethan Allan, held a smoker in the Ma sonic hall, last Wednesday evening, when a most enjoyable evening waa spent. The hall was comfortably tilled, each Fores ter having the privilege of inviting a friend. Several speeches were given upon Forestry by Brothers W. Johnson, A. Do re, T. Parsons and M. J. Smyth, the presiding officer. 6ongs were renuered In an excellent manner by Messrs. Keist, Parsons, Webber, Deirks and Lucker, all of which were received with great ap plause. The election of officers will tuKO place at their next court night, Dec. 23. Un account of the attainment of her sixteenth birthday, Miss Ida Powell was tendered an enjoyable surprise party at her home, on Riggs street by a lurge number of her young friends last night. Colonel Ezra H. Ripple will deliver a lecture In St. Mark's church tonight un der the auspices of the Men's Guild. The Dunmore male quartette, assisted by the mixed quartette of St. Mark's, will rea der several spirited war songs. The contract for building the new plant of the Dunmore Electric Light, Heat and Power company has been awarded to Sykes & Sons, contractors. The machin ery is to be furnished by the Seranton Supply and Machinery company. Miss Kate Young, of Elm street, la the guest of relatives In Pittston. John Walker, of Walnut street, had his hand badly smashed while engaged in coupling cars at Gouldsboro. Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas, of Wilkes Barre, have returned home after a short visit with friends In town. DID NOT GET A JUST SHARE. Israel Hittenbcnder Ucgins an Equity Suit Against His Former Partners. Emily Blttenbender and Israel Blt tenbender yesterday through their At torneye Samuel B. Price and Patterson and Wilcox, brought a suit in equity against Israel Blttenbender's former partners, Abram Blttenbender, his brother, and John M. Kemerer, his brother-in-law, to have their dissolu tion of partnership agreement nullified, the plaintiff contending that he did not receivo his Just and proportionate share upon his retirement from the firm, De cember 9, 1805. The plaintiffs allege that the inven tory, upon which the valuo of the stock was estimated was an Inventory taken a long time prior to the date of the agreement of dissolution and that the stock had largely Increased be tween the time the Inventory was mads and tho dissolution agreed upon. It Is nlso alleged that the real estate of the firm was estimated much below Its actual value; that the Franklin avenue property was valued In the es timate at $18,000, while It Is carried on tho Inventory at 140.000, and the Wash ington avenue property was estimated at $8,000. which Its true worth, the plaintiffs hold. Is $20,000. Altogether, the plaintiffs claim, they were defraud ed out of $30,000. SWARTZ DIVORCe CASE Depositions Taken Before Judge Archbnld In Chamber's Yesterday. Depositions In the divorce case of A, B. Swarta against Kva Swartz were taken yesterday before Judge Archbald. Attorney M. J. McAndrew took sten ographic notes. Mr. Swartz testified that they were married about thirteen years ago at Halem, Wayne county, by Rev. J. Un derwood, and that he left his wife and took his child with him about three years ago from the house where they lived on Washington avenue because she neglected to care for their chill dren. He also alleged that she would stay out late nights and would not come home until morning and that upon one of these occasions he left her; that since that time she has led the same kind of a life and that he saw her sev eral times with other men. He wus corroborated by Mrs, Polly Hawk and Mrs. Katherine Bailey. THE WIZARD OF THE NILE. ' Frank Daniels and Company Pro dnced It at the Frothinghnm. "The Wizard of the Nile," Smith & Herberts opera, was produced at the Prothlngham last night before a well pleased audience, by Frank Daniels and his company. As Kibarsh, the Perinn magician, making a profes sional tour of Egypt, Mr. Daniels was really fur.ny. There are a number of good voices in the company and one of them is possessed by Miss Edna Thornton, who essayed the role of Cleopatra In which Dorothy Morton was seen last year. The chorus was large' and well train ed and rendered with spirit the many beautiful choruses In the opera. The staging and costuming of the opera was excellent and left little to be de sired. DEATH OF MRS. WILLIAM KELLY. She Was a Well-Known Resident or Archbald. Mrs. William Kelly, a well-known resident of Archbald, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock after an llmess of one week. She Is survived by the following children: Thomas H. Kelly and Mrs. Eugene Duffy, of Archbald: John Caffrey, of Mayfield; Mrs. Roland and Mary A. Caffrey, of Jermyn. The funeral will take place Monday at 10 a. in. A solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated in St. Thomas church, Archbald, and Interment will be made in Archbald Catholic ceme tery. Mrs. Kelly was a woman of kindly disposition who won the friendship of all with whom she came in contact. Her death has caused sincere regret among those who knew her. Cards engraved at The Tribune office. AMUSEMENTS. THE FROTfllNGflflM. THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Dec. ij, is and 19-8 p. m. Matinee. Saturday. Dec, 19-3.30 p. m STORY OF THEREFORMAIION Illustrated. Musical. Spectacular. 2iK) local participants from various churches. Benefit for purpoie of establishing Young Men's Patriotic Reading Rooms Reserved Seats, 75;, goc; admission, ajc. Reserved seats on sale at bot office on and after Tuesday, Dec. 15. DAVIS THEATER Monday, Tmsday and Wednesday, December 14, 19, 16. SAM TTjACK'S EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY Presenting the Great Big Production 40 PEOPLE 40 COUNT THEM. Admission 10,- 29 or 30 Cents. Two- performances dally. Doors open at LK and T. Curtain rises at Ltt and 111. Needful Holiday MARVELOUSLY LOW PRICES. For Choice Goods, Most Appropriate for Holiday Presents. Dress Suit Gases. Canvas covered, leather frame, always sold for $3.;o 000000000 ooockc Gloria Silk Cane style, close rolling, way, leather covers. Regular OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Gent's Mackintoshes. Oi..i:i. 1 i j vjiyii&u uox coais, aouoie-Dreasiea, in aarK and UglitA colors, velvet collars, guaranteed waterproof. Usual price $60 000000000.000000000.0000000000000000000000000000000000 Silk Handkerchiefs. Extra wide hem, fast colored border, in choice designs, fill! C17P PVi lriri1 fVnt- nm.o.. Luuk u 3uiu uuuci vjv- v ooooooooo'ooooooooo 00000000000000000 In Dresden, Onyx, Silver, Pearl and Horn Handles. Exquisite designs and rich col orings. All marked at extra low prices. Notice. The following is a list of display cards kept In stock at this office and for sale at ten cents each: Rooms for rent. For sale. This property for sa!e. Furnished rooms. House for rent. House to let. etc. To Cure n Cold in One Day. Take laxative Bromo Qu'.nine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure. 25 cents. The King of Pills U Beecham's.- BEECHAM'S. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. TktfM imilt ' Itn Tirf vujfra, flfUtWi Of Startling Revelations BY FLASHLIGHT. Laughter and Tear Chase Each Other. A RARE TREAT. "Has my unqualified endorsement. I was his pastor." Chancellor Day, Syracuse University. 175 engagement filled ft present year. JO consecu tive nights in one trip. PROF. H. P. VAN LIEW, Pd. M., OP NEW YORK CITY, will give his famous Stereopticon Enter tainment on the "Slums of Hew York by Flashllipit ' AT THE Simpson fl. E. Church On Monday Evening, Dec. 14, ACADEMY OF MUSIC. x BURfJUNDER A MISHLER, Lessees H. R. LONG, Manager. Week Commencing Monday, Dec. 14. tfcranton's Favorite Actor, Management Geo H. Brennan. PLAYS TO BB PRODUCED: Monday and Tuesday Evenings, Wednesday Matinee, The Man-o'-Wars Man Wednesday Gvoning. Dr. Jekyll and Hr. Hyde Thursday Eveuiug, Fire Patrol Friday Evening, Slaves of Sin Saturday Matineo, Fire Patrol Saturday Evening, Snares of New. Ydrk PRICES - Galler", loc; Balcony, aoc; Or chestra and Orchestra Circle 30c; Parlor Chairs, goc BLANK BOOKS Of all kinds, manufactured at lae? utile at The Trlbane Oflee. I I TIMELY OPPORTUNITIES FOR corners, brass trimmed, steel Umbrellas. steel rod, guaranteed in everw price $2.50 -1. .... Special Fine Exhibit UMBRE Mmm ) 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch I, 1896, Total Product. of WlUi The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels, Largest Run on Record. Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from th Pacific Coast to St. John's. New Foundland, and in England, Ireland and Scotland very largely, and ia recognized aa the best flour in tb world. MEGARiJEL WHOLESALE AGENTS. HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH THI Removable, Self-Sharpjiiin; Nevarslip T03 Cares. BITTENBENDER I CO. GENERAL AGENTS, And a full line of iron and steel Blacksmiths' and Wag- onmakers' supplies. SCRANTON, PA. THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO SCRANTON AND WILKES-CARRE, PA, Manufacturers of Locomotives. Stationary Engines, Boilers, KOISTINQ AKO PUSJCING MACHINERY. Oeaeral Office: SCRANTON, PA. EVERY WOMAN BMMtlmM needi a rallable, nontbly, remitting medicine. Only hiraleaa j thaurettdrup should be ami. If you want the baamet Dr. PecS's Pennyroyal Pills Tber are prnmpt, tafe ai! certain Is reaall. The cnilce (Dr. Ftal'i) inn Urnmt noiat, 6eatasywbrs,fl.M. AdUnu I SAi. Ussieura G., UertliBd, O. ' For ! by JOHN H. 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