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1 NEWTON'S Sermon on Creed'! ''Eight Living Oai Thins SUPREMELY IMPORTANT, However Important May Thinking. bs Bight CREEDS USED AS CLUBS Toe OenerRlly To Convince Ueretlos ot Their Error bjr Ftunnlnj Them." New Yokk, June 1. The Interest felt In the series of discourses on creeds be ing delivered by Kev. R. Heber Newton was attoKU'd yesterday by the presence of a congregation which filled All Souls' church to the limit of its capacity. Mr. Newton's sermon was entitled, "How to Read the Creed," and based on the text: "Undcrstandest thou what thou read est?" Act viii, 30. He said: Let mo try to help you to a recogni tion of the simple principles by which we ure to interpret our form of faith and rend aright our creed. A creed Is to be read a, uiulerUantlinj its true au thority. No eriM rests upon tho au thority of I'hrU himself. Creeds do rest apparently n the authority of the coun cils which iss'.ie them. Hut this is not all that mltfl't be desired. A universal council is nut a r-ynonyra for tho Al mighty. Creeds are not transcripts of some heavenly manuscripts set up from copy and brought down by little angels. Conktant'.iie Indeed commanded ths as sembled bisdiops t receive the decrees of theconm-ilVif Xiw as "diet ites of the Ilolv Snirit." but then Constantino is open to tli suspicion of not, being an expert in "things of the (spirit" ' The story of many of the councils Is a tale of' violent ami acrimonious ots nutes. of metuh . slcal hair splitting and theological jugglery, of political ln trlmie and ecclesiastical mungery, of bitter passions br;a!(!nf forth into words of execration, with analhcmss instead of benedictions, a scene of clenched fists and drawn swords, of sol diers keeping bish.ipi front each other's throats, of bloody aiasscros and stealthy assassinations. The decrees of such councils are plainly not matters of plenary Inspiration by any spirit, whose dominating characteristic Is holiness. One thing is thus made providentially clear, that tho truth of the creed rests not on the aat'iority of tho body setting it forth, but on it own intrinsic truth fulness. Its Interpretation of the Curls' tian consciousness. Its authority will -last so lonir. aud only so long as It eon' tinues to press tho Christian conscious ness and to interpret satisfactorily the nroblainiH of nature and man in the iight of the spirit of Jesus Christ A creed Is read aright as It is contlna ullv carried back to its sources. The Nlceoe creed was an attempt to state lorrlcallv and philosophically the toaclv in an of the new testament It can only continue to stand as IV Is se?n to rest ' vnmiBtakeably on tills foundation. This forces on the church the continual duty .of showing that every affirmation of the creed can not be proven from scripture, and of stretching her authority gener ally whenever there Is any question on this noint The scriptures are not the bed rock of the foundation of the faith. Keason and conscience tested them and stamped them as divine. A creed must be ever brought back to this mint of man for assaying. It must be shown not to have depreciated. No creed can long stand which does not square with fact which does not rest on the granite rook of reason, which does not stand plumb with the line of eternal righteousness. A creed to bo read aright must be read in the light of the lurger life of faith out of which it springs, of which it is a part As you sec the truth in your neighbor's creed you will better see the truth in your own creed. To know the creeds of other religions is to gain many a cluo to the meaning of our Christian creeds. What is the prospect for an intellectual understanding of Its great creeds, If a church practically re issues that edict of the fourth council of Carthaire "No bishop shall read a tJcntile book." A cread Is to be read as dealing with themes transcending all human thought and therefore its afttrmations are not to bo read as exact statements. The themes with which a creed deals are the profoundest problems which can tax a man's mind, the most massive mTsteries which fascinate his intellect tho riddles over which successive gen erations have puzzled themselves wearily. What (hen must be the na ture of all his thoughts upon such high ttaimrs? "Words thrown out at transcendant mveterles." Attempt to express the inexpressible, to define the indefinable, to know the unknowable. The true meaainir of a creed Is to be found not in. what it states, but In what it sug gest. A dictionary will not adequately interpret a creed. A creed is to be read as including tobilosonhy, which can be rightly la terpreted only by the philosophically mUded. 7i language of the Kicene or cod concerning the incarnation Is pure philosophy. We know this from the character of the words employed. The Doitalar prejudice against the doctrine of the Trinity is mainly due to this fafWre to recognize it as philosophy. A creed is to be read as a form of owp) words, which may net only be rettt but sung. A creed dealing with tracendent theme mast not only philosophize it must poetize thus to interpret through the imagination the j mysteries ot the laltn. uoa is aeciarea to be "the Maker ot heaven and earth." Yet the Almighty Is no celestial carpen ter. Creating is not a manufacture, bat a growth. Of Christ it la declared thai "he aseended into .heaven and ait tcth on the right hand of the Father." Thtt moat Illgh has no right hand. The thrbne of Christ is of naught which can liA SUM II. It ta a noetic statement of the truth that Christ la enthroned ln power in the spirit spheres. Pnch metaphors are plainly to be, read not literally but figuratively. A creed is to be read amerenuy oj different minds. A mathematical for mula does not admit of different render ings. A philosophical and poetlo state ment concerning transcendent myster ies not only allows of different mean ings by different minds it necesitates such various renderings. When yon find a creed which has only one mean ing you may be Buro there is'no deep meaning in ft whatsoever. To insist on one and the Banie reading of a creed la possible only in the case of machine men reading a machine creed. A chain gang is not the type of the march of man after the spirit of truth. A creed must be read as having grot lng meanings. The creed which is to make room for a growing man must be roomv. must have large thoughts' to grow np into and elastic words to admit of such expansion. A nxca ana nnai oreed Is a contradiction of terms. It assumes the infallible which Its origin disclaims, and denies Itself as the living growth of the human spirit which is Its only justification. It must be reread with every new knowledge, l tiis noeu not necessitate a change of creeds. iefore a country bov's new trousers are bought his mother lets down the tucks in the old ones. A creod cobbler's work may be dispensed with only by a creed s boinir not a thing to be mended but an orgnnism to grow and by itself putting fort'.t new shoots. A nxea ana una body of divinity is a deal body oi divinity, a theological corpse. A creed is to be read In tho light of its central truth. That heart of the creed is unquestionably a moral truth. In Jesus Christ, God Is seen to oe goou- ness. The- r lecne creou is men a menus an end and that end is character. Right belief U a belief which helps us to right life. Do not let your zeal lor the faith cause you to lose "laltn. Walk in the trust of the heavenly Fa ther which Christ Inspires, follow the life which Christ patterns, become par takers of tho divine nature, goodness, and so shall you know the very heart of your creed. Thus reading your creod from within by its inmost secret you will not read men's lives by their bellels, out ineu beliefs by their lives. However im portant may bo right thinking, one thing supremely Important Is right living. Creeds have been too generally used as clubs to convince Heretics oi their error by stunning them. We may not now think of erasing the creed from the church wall. Let it stand there tho form of miul words which we have received from our fathers. Let It stand over tho altar as the pattern and stand ing of the church's thinking, after which each of us is to oonform his own thinking as best he can. It wu i a lay man, according to the ecclesiastical historian, Socrates, who rose in the council of Nice and silenced the con troversal discussions of the bishops by reminding them that "Christ came not to teach dialectics b it to inculcate faith and good works." BASE BALL. Result of Satnrclvy's l eague and Assocla tlon Oamoa. MATIOHAL LIAUf a At New York- " New York.... 00000000 us 11 Cleveland. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 Beoona uamo n New York 0 0 0 I 0 t 0 0 9 0 - U Cleveland. wuuivvwv v- At Brooklyn n h Brooklyn. I 0 Pittsburg 0 0 u a v v 0 0 0 0 0-4 4 0-0 8 h n 0-1 4 -7 10 B H 0- S 8 1- t n r 0-7 13 0-8 a n ti w 0- 11 18 B H 1- 3 T -4 8 B H 0-8 1 t 0-S 0-8 8 B B 8-18 18 0-8 7 a 0-17 88 0-8 4 R H Beoonausme ....... Brooklyn 0 9 0 o 0 0 1 Pittsburg..... 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 At Boston ........ Boston OIOIOOPP Cincinnati.... 0 1 0 0 0 V 0 0 Hecond uame ....... Boston. I 0 0 I I o 1 o Cincinnati.... 10000000 At PbUadeipnis ... Philadelphia. 0 0 ) 1 1 0 0 1 Chicago 0 1 0 1 4 4 0 1 Heoona unme ...... Chicago M.iou Philadelphia., suiuuuvu AMSRICAU ASSOCIATION. At Cincinnati . . . Cincinnati... 1 1 ( 0 0 0 0 Baltimore.... flOOSJOO Heoond Uame .... Cincinnati.... OOlOOSOl Baltimore.... uuuuiieu At Hi. wmis- .... BU Louis.... 1 I i 0 f 1 4 1 Athletics.... 00000030 Hecond name . . . St Louis.... 4I6S00 10 Athletics.... 0 1 u U U I V At Columbus Columbus .... 0 t 04 0-4 10 a a 8-8 10 0- 1 8 a a 1- 4 T 7 t Boston I 0 Hecond Game- Columbus .... S 0 Boston V v A. Louisville Louisville.... 0 1 Washington., s u SDltDAT OAHKS, At St. LouU Rt. loula 4 Athletic 0 At Columbus- a a 0-8 18 8 0-8 8 3 a a a 0-8 10 0-8 8 4 BBS -8 8 3 0-8 IS 4 Columbus .... 1 Boston s At Louisville Louisville.... 8 Washington.. 1 Standing of the Clnba. BATTOHAL LIAOUS, CUIBS W. U Pet. - CMJBS W. L. Pot Chicago.... 11 .MS New York.. 18 18.(16 Pltuburg.. IS 14 A'3 Phils 17 18 . 1 Boston..".. 17 18.6.11 Brooklyn.... 18 80.876 Cleveland.. 18 18 .In Cincinnati.. 18 81.381 AMIIIICAB ASSOCIATIOR. Ci.cbs W. L. Pot Clubs VY. L. Pet Boston 87 14 .oM Athletics.... 18 88 .4118 Baltimore. 98 14.841 Columbus... 18 84 .4 skl-ouis. .. 87 17.814 Louisville.. 18 ) .4tf Cincinnati.. 81 84 .407 Washington 10 87 .868 Soldiers' and Bailors' Monument. Watertowh, N. y., June LOcn. Iloward, commander of the department of the Atlantic United States army, has Issued an order directing; the Elev enth reo-lment stationed a. Madison barracks, Hackett's Harbor, to partici pate next Wednesday in the parade and ceremonies attending- the unveiling' of the monument erected by Mr. Ueorge Cooke In the Public square of this city to the soldiers and sailor of Jefferson tounty. The memorial cost $1,000. Onn. Henrv VV. filocum and Boa. J. W , Hosted will deliver addresses and all tbe O. A. B. posts in the county will attend. Heavy Hall sad Rata Storm. Kansas Cur, Ma, June t A heavy hall and rain storm passed to the north and west of this city yesterflay after noon at I o'clock, doing ftest damage to the growing grain. he hall beat down the standing wheat. Thousands of dollars' svorth of damage has been . done. A rain storm which almost i amounted to waterspout followed, washing out many bridge. BERING SEA BILL. ! Lord William Henry Smith's,' Iron Olad Dooumenti , HOW BRITISH SUBJECTS Will fie Prohibited From Oatohing Seals for a Time. ' SUBSTANCE OF THE BILL Introduced la the Kngllsh Room or Com mons Whloh Applies to the Waters of Bering lea. London, June 1. The text of the Ber ing sea bill introduced In the house of commons Friday by William Henry Smith, the first lord of the treasury, is in substance as follows: Her majesty, the queen, my By sn order la council prohibit the oteta:n;of se us pi Brit- Inn amps durlni Ina. durinff A Dfl rlod to be limited by the order fn oounoll. While the ora.tr in eounou under this sot Is In force, no person belonging to s Drill. h ship shall kill take, or bunt, or at tempt to kill, take, or hunt any seal within tbe Bering sen during tbo .i rl d stated In theorder In council. No Hrltlxh h P or any equipment or orew thereof shall be employed In such kill ing, taking, or bunting. If there be any eon trsvoollon of this act, any person committing, procuring, aiding, or abutting suob oontraven Hon sUtli be guilty of a mHaem-enor within the maiming of the merchant snipping aet, and the ship e.,u pim-nt and everything on board hall be forleited to h' r majesty as if the of tonne had been committed under loctloo 10$ of aid act. and sections 1J3 and I'M ihill apply at If they were herein enacted aid In terms mad applicable to an oHense and forfeiture under thla uL Any commissioned ofBoer on the naval list shall bnve power during tneperlot limited by the order in oouuoil to stop and examine any DrltlKh ship in the tiering sua, and to detain her or any portion of her equipment or any of her craw if In his judgment the ship Is being or preparinii to bo used or employed in oontraven lion of this section. If a British ship Is found within the Hering e'a. having on board fishing or (hooting Irnplenv.-nls or sealskin or bodies of seals, it shall lie with the owner or master of such ship to prove that the ship was not used or employed in uontravautton of luls eel This act hall apply to the animal known as the fur seal and to any marine animal specified In that half by the order in council under this act, and the expression " eal' In this act shall be construed accordingly. Tho expression "Baring ses" la this set means the seas known as Bering sea within the limit! devrlbed In the order In council under this act. Tneexpressidn "equipment' In this sot In cludes any boat tacsle. Ushlng. or shooting In struments or other tiling belonging to s ship. in nrrW that. ih above nrorislons mav be oarrted into effect It ha'.l be lawful for any oemmlssioned officer on full pay In the military or naval service of her matesty. or any British officer of customs or Brlilsh consular officer, to selte and detain any ship which has wholly, or as to any share thero'.n. oeoome auDieci hi iur- fslture a a tlon before tsiture a aforesaid, and bring her for adlcdlca- the high court ol auunrany in w iland or Ireland, or before any court having ad- miMitv iiiriuilnilnn within her maieatv'a domin ions, aud such court may thereupon make such order It may think 01 and award tbe officers bringing In the same for adjudication sucb por tion of the proo.-ols of tbe sale of any forfeited ship or share as It may think OL Nosuoh officer is to be responsible either olvllly ororlmlnally to any person whomsoever respecting tho sUure or detection of any ship selied or detained by him In pursuance of the .revisions herein oontalned-desptie the feat hat such ship is not brought In for adjudica tion, or if brought In Is deolured not to be liable to forfeiture, if It la shown to the satisfaction of the Judge or oourt before whom any trial re lating to such ship or seizure or detention Is held, thallher- weie reasonable grounds for such seiiuro or detention. But If no such grounds are shown such Jude or court may award payment of costs or damages to any party aggriuted, aud may make suck order In the premises as tbe Judge or the court thinks fit Every offense by thli act deolarrd to be s mis demeanor will be punishable by a line or by lav Drlsonment with or without hard labor. The bill then quotes various sectlona of the merchant shipping; act as to be applied by the new order. It la ex pected that the bill will be passed this week, and that afterwards the council will fix the period over which it la to xtend. IRISH-AMERICANS (at Aside Their Dlrr.r.noes and Agree to a Hlg Demonstration for farnell. Chicago, June 1. Chicago Irish- Americans, Irrespective of party oa faction, s.'t -iside their differences last night and t'lincd out in large numbers to hear W. II. Kedmond. M P., plead the ease of ParnclL The meeting took dace at the Grand Pacific. Col. I). 0. S. Burke presided. When Mr. Redmond arose he was B-reeted with ringing cheers. For over an hour the eloquent young Irish envoy dwelt on the details of the Irish dim- culty. When he declared that "all that was manly, Independent and truly na tional In Irish public life had declared for ParrjeU," the enthusiasm of the meeting seemed to know no bounds. MaJ. W. C. MoClure delivered stir ring speech and moved that arrange ments be made for a big I'arnell dem onstration. The motion was passed with a hurrah and a committee on or ganization appointed. Fatal Accident to an Old Soldier. Cuicaoo, Juno 1. David Leonard, a O. A. R. veteran and janitor of the county building, met with a fatal acci dent Saturday night and now lies dying at the county hospital. He marched In the memorial day parade and when he returned to the county buildlng'at night he observed the flng still floating from the top of the building, lie went up to take It in and on his way down fell from the top floor to the basement ten feet from the bottom he struck an electric light wire which nearly cut his skull ln two No Cans of Action, Utica, N. Y., June t Tho jury in the libel suit of Myron VanAuken vs. E. P. Bailey tit Co., (the Utica Observer), whloh was on trial ln this city all last week, retired at 4:0 p. m. Kriduy and Bcmalnod out all nlgliL At the opening of oourt Saturday morning a verdict of bo cause of action was rendered. This Is a great victory for the pcojilo over the "gang" and of the freedom of the press in discussion of the merits of the candi dates for political office. MaJ. Cobra's FaoeraL SJSJ Nrw Yohk, June t The funeral services over the remains of MaJ. David M. Cohen, of the United States marine corps, were held at bis late residence la Harlem yesterday. Maj. Cohen was born ln Richmond, Va., In 1827 and graduated at the Norfolk naval acad emy. He was made major at the begin ning of the lato war. , Wall-Known Klrctrlrlan Dies. Knu.AnEl.rniA, June 1. David Brooks, the electrician and inventer oi electrU-al appliances, died at his home in Uermantown, Saturday night, aged 74 Be Careful 1 No matter what disease you ii'uy Imve. lie sure that the' medicine you liike is re- hnlile, Such a medicine you will always tiud Sulphur Bitters. They nre nut a client) rum drink, lu re mule of the cuoM'sl roots. and lieriw to be loiind in the vegetable kingdom. Dully Aruus. 28 THE GREAT German Remedy. E3 n TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. I TrTrnwToTIuIyi I nillousKH!llrlenenl I onSlILI'llL'KllmtKf it will cure you. Sl.OuO will be paid for scase whore Six HUB 1IITTKH9 win lot assist or cure. It lu vou mialcr Willi never fulls. thnttlrodandallgone Cleanse Hie vitiated feeling; II so, use -tUl.l'lUTR IttTTEiis; lood when vou sec us hnnurlUcs burst t will cure you ng tnrougn me saiu n i'lniDlcs, Blotches. Olicrulivcawlioan1 sadloscly conQnoil in Qthe mills and work MAhons: clerks.whodc nil 8orc. Rely on SULPHUR JflTTEBa, nil health Will lot I loot procure siifllclcni, nw. I exercise, ana uu win' III ure confined Indoors, Bui.eniiR lirn'KBS lllhould use Pixrinni MltlTTHKH. Tlll'VWlll will cure Liver Com nlnlnt. Don't lie ills Sl'nA, t..in Itf, arpjiK Hm I otiragcui it wtu cure Mrtlrklv. von. TfTuilIo Unt wlhl bULI'lll'K lUlTKK In suffer from Klieum kvlll build you up ami itlum, use s Ixittle of Mine you strung auu iieolthy. SULI-IICR BITTKBS It never fulls to cure m liuu l uu wiuiuui ui will mnke your blood (Uhntt . Trv It mre. rich and stronsr.uJ will not regret It iiiml your Oesh nam. 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IP YOUR STOREKEEPER DOES NOT KEEP ST YOU SHOULD INSIST UPON HIS DOING SO, as it always gives satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to any well-supplied store. Everything shines after its use, and even the children delight in using it in their Absolutely Safe ft :' ''&'y JVXct?-i.,yt "Tumi, ivi i w?--. riis Open the valves, apply a light, that's all there ib of it. How simple! Nothing to get out of order all parts interchangeable RESER VOIR CANNOT BE FILLED WHILE STOVE IS BURNING. This stove has been ou the market for one year, giving the best of satisfaction. 50,000 would not It has been greatly improved TIMES. BUY THE LATEST THE KITCHEN FIRE Is the subject the liurorluctloii at uasollne Htoves has done are testified to by a rapidly Increasinic number the (Iruilnery attendlim the coal or wood Ores. Tliey have more time to spsre, since mere is no luel to carry and they sre not compelled to give the fire watchful attention to keep It In order; then there Is time saved by not having to wait for a mass of metal to become hested belore the stove can be used, as the Ore Is ready for service the moment the burner is IlKhted. The fuel bills sre less, ss the expense stops sa soon as the need of the fire is over, snd the waste of best Is reduced to a minimum. There Is no bending over a bot stove to Impair the health, and no overheating of the kitchen. There Is saving of foedi a roast cooked byacoal fire loses one-third, while but 0.NK SKVKNTII Is lost with a gasoline stove. We hsve In op eration Rt our store a full line of "Mew Prooess", Stoves snd shall be pleased to show them at any lime, W. No Money Required of Responsible formerly of New York, now The I . . f l StV 1 tut6. ol uoiumuus, Uflio. I ' . ... . 8nci patients, Has . -.,, ,-n.. Jiyna, UIUU, X uuauiiy, o uuu xulu. Consultation and Examination Free and Strictly Confidential In the Private Parlor tl" IJtbtB Hot'1 ,rom 0 " ln- to 7 p. m. one day only. Tbe France Meaical 4ni sumical Institute of Colomhus, Ohio, u lh only Medical Institute in tbe Slate , Incoi poritled with a Citillal ot 1300.000 .00. Ill I Y . . is. Vf.A I 8 1 1 I sVjb, ry ''". I , '"?' llf' jj t r(t, f- sJ TH! l!K.l.KHK I Kll KX AMIMPiti rBlBlLlAll US 1UO TfT? A "Vm tKTiICAL4 AMU sv"" .. . .. . miiii nar sr. ommntniiriiiir siati nana. --. . w v . i 11 l vn Plwasesof theKvesnd Ear, on sccount of Ins Irirpe) practice iu()hlo,haeiabkishcd tlielBiSCS liSICAI, nmilTUf'l, where all form of Oireslo, Vtnvu sol rrlrtts tluuu win Is noesnffllr trnts a VaortSelntlflojrlstlfln. He Is ablr sesistcit bya full eui-nsof emiiientlMiytlclSttsandSuriions. IKaTlllI"'lnrrU H7IJfl the brl m oioat Entl cTOBIMO OF PILFS OUARArtTRBD.-WIII fits I tloo for sasaw sf Urn Ss sua r nsslrat 1 mftMat 1 bs avOM. 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Oa an iiasjfaailaa f tba srlnarr d.r.IM a mpf FHEB XXAHIB ATIOV Ol THB ssens should tend or brlnn fivm Ilo4oun!sol tttMSmWi-C I curt known tor an iueaet pwuimr w wu . ivhmiw y.m-.. ' and nctcr-fnlliiiif wnwirOUvm iJoiwin. The cmo Urllpftrn b home trM tihsTOie" tizt m aiZKILT tfOHraiHTUt. I -oirlb,8l' Poltur''H'lln'u',''0,'l1 ppl' mrocU'ulr WONDERFUL CURES lWX)"tw eonafftatlna Is prefer!. i:r.b ecae.?uarn if i- iill LlllTMUOS 1rn-T iraaimrniariiiii... 'JL"' Vil ii.'iO, m MJmSou AAlress Willi pottsgo, Ua yUAJSCB. . M If . flJ Ot, OOLUMWa, & attempts to help around the house. Revolution! ; : Revolution ! Cooking made easy by using the wonderful ffvr n 1 Vapor Stove. Manufactured-' by the. SIAKSARD LIGHTXKB CO... CLEVELAND, O. . The ORIGINAL "Evaporating! Stove. Lights Like Gas! Bupply the demand the first year. for 1891. BE UP WITH THE AND BEST. of discussion In household economy which much to solve. The advantages ol unlnz them of housewives, who find themselve (relieved of E. PEIR0E. Fartiss to Commence Treatment France Medical and Surgical Insti Dy request oi many ineuuu " i r, ..... 1 . m - J decided lO VIBH r l ?4-v. CSCiitUiWli Ai OA XX. Li J. Mi, . , ,.1 ;. ...! sosn nnn Cilniias.fl. Iicoraratei 1888. Caslial I30O.0CO. -., .1 .i.l,i R,wN.nliftt ln rhrrmie Diseases and "'- " v . " , " ,T . .1. rfi...4i ikuiilvalw AliraMl. tciunla dixnsct iHMitlvelv cured. Tlie tmi Is rilectril by home treat- aaraat alaca af aml.al vaabam Va Mil fasrutM a vsrfaal aata la all .a, k sai, U4 a StalUI raualsklM) tl Ik trluary arfMia. TOIVAT1 OmKABES-Slaal Mats, Vnaraal Ttlst, Ol.,!. ruu.urf, rWmlnal l.uiU.taaa, Uaa al Sraaal Pavar, a uaa.(r8k.-l uriaaa, Waaial Dartra Is Uala ar VaawU. Irani latrMal nam. ainwawMw n m- rts ur aj eauM S..I datllluiaa Iba aalaai SjaalUaa, 1' .llf and pfniaBi-uilr taras. iMa.aiiaaoa rn h. wkw enaflili-ailAl. AbaalaM auraa gubraou.4. Sa rttka IsevrbM. 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