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The incomparable Mne Schtttnawn-Hdnk, recognized M
the greatest ot con train*, will sinf in Richmond next week.
T he pleasure <>? hearine, a singer hi greatly enhanced by firing
familiar with the rtinir and we oordiaJl) invite you to visit
our beautiful Victor Parlors and h?\ir N hiinunn-Heiuk on the
Nhuin.tnn Hei n k> woice as produced by the Victor is a.,
? harming as when issuing from the throat of the singer herself.
She has made an ext? ns??- and varied list of records, and you'll
enjoy every one.
Come in any time?a??plcasure for us to entertain you and
DO obligation to >ou.
Waiter D. Moses & Co.
103 East Broad Street.
Oldest Music House in Virginia and North Carolina.
NOTE.?Seats for the bienefit concert for the Sheltering
Arms Free Hospital ON SALE HERE. Price?. $1.50, $1.00
AS POLE DISCOVERER
CAPTAI? KOMP OU M)?fA.
W?shineton. January II.? Captain
Iboatd Amtradeen, the noted Kai a eg ban
* ipiorer. was Ifaaaaliy megnlaad for
?h< first tln.e.. :n .?tbe fnlted State?; to
aht a* the dlet-Pewee of the South
Volt, and honored for his arhie-. r:,..',t
with a special gold medal a>J th?- Na?
tional Oetigiaphie society at its annual
banquet, whcr. he was the tzuest of
fconor B'M ""aptain A Bl?asiae* sat
Rear-Admiral Beben K ivary. f s.
?. retired, to whom the 5o";ct> U\ ?>
' ?ars ago save a similar me.iai. reeeft
nuina kin .1- th-- discoverer of the
N->rth Pol.. The Amundean medal bears
"Tbl* MsedaJ awarded, hy the Na'1or;d
Geoera.p: > Society t.. <"aptain RstM
Amundsen for ).;?? Antarctic aebteve
aents. resulrnc In the attainment of
the So ith Pole. December 14 mi."
On the other S!;.<- :? a 'hart <>f the
fojth Pol?- r?a.- s aarrevaaVd Bf a
?V ?lM m\\Wmmm\\m
BBS* aaflaV y?a^^aW 'aS
aBBSt Baa? aaMaBSsa^Bs ' ? JBHaBE1
?ft S ^ . -//J
Let Me Curt You rppp
Of Rheuma-ism * X\LL
f??>0?c'c f*? ?-n?M??J
V r*a M*Vr from r?r*?*j?.t*wii
*?i*S rn? ? nmr*MB? <* my r,m?*$ ,
tmumr f? Om't mm ?*>? ****j ,
?? f*** tt *? **?? I ????* 70? to Ma
r^iVftf ?rh?>. N *? ? #a T>. f.'tor? m
?)?* f Mafb* >?a *r. *uaT<
??? cam* "*r rv-r. ? r*? 4e* * *?*? -a'
P<*l ??* t?? ini *i tbay ?*v -j .* m
CM n? r-mrt fWr t*? ilHi Wnt. -a.
wreath of laurel*, wi'h the fmhl'm or.
tti- National Geographic Society at Its
A dlst in; ui? h<?d company attended
the h.iiHiuci to honor the distinguished
f ->r. iinpr. whip a year arid .1 month ago.
: kii.g .1 few days. M-ahed the goal
for whieh many noMc explorers hefors
,him had striven. < aptain Amundsen.
In replyir.K to Use .pe..rh of presenta?
tion of the medal, modestly tried to
minimize his own great accomplish?
ment, and gave strong words of praise
to |B)OM who had BO Mgwal him in the
A'-.'ir-t ? I'sion* When Captain
Amundsen arose to accept the medal
a treat aalvo of applause erected him.
.inlMMiidfiri. ministers. *"-lcnf1st?. m?Ti
? n< nt iti wanv w..T1<s of life, who
? ? re pres. nt. ? ? ? c in It
A smile ov..rspre.in the .?tron?: face
of the expjerer as he bowed Blight &
. and waited for the applause to -ease
Then he expr. Mrel his appreciation of
!h<- honor re?wf?rieti nti him. thar.Klng
I ??? for Its recognition.
Hear (.amiSlina fcaaea.
imar Sfar.n has te-*n asked in name a
? ? I .-a< w.,?p-, T :.a-? eaa 'n
-to' Norfolk County and
?-. . a9e? atralnaT men ladlrteg
sane e ;.? |1 <? -a-? ? a.k Tr< ?'??sr
, ?? - aei ' r Js-::.->ri ? and XI
GOAT DID NOT
< nnacqarati* \nn M?ro? Will
tie Rut' TMl In I ?rle kam'a
t Isbtla* ??i|e?
\?rf??lk, \ m.. ?ran?r> II?TV
Mat] ????>?. ?<!??'? k- ? ? 'ilv ?!??*.
:...rr..i, ar>4 ..tber aert* >Wnar4 I ??-!??
Mass*? aahfla* ?Mp* r? ikr Norfolk
; ??? 4?J* *???. v. be* rr?or1 a?t4
>.. ar. trlTBlral K. M II??le *>a* fc?i
teal hy a (im <?? tar ajaartrr 4c. I,
? ?t Ik* battle**!* >rw H*??*klte,
^in lr rr*t re4 t.. the larklr*. mmn
t*--'. **4 ibere I* )o; I* tkr
la* t*nl ?rrrn?rj V? tntbrnp. ..?
Ihr \ ?% 7 l)rr.-.nmr?i fnnk ikrlr
nnl?ka?r*t **rt"**l; rantlk la la.
? ??flaalr It. anal let It be that
I**) aVpartairat 414 *>?? appraar
i?efr ????Mary r??n*l
Ticdar |4mtr*l Irnylr l*<Ha***fty
: ? ~?|,?l that lk> a?at **4 Kutte* kl at.
I sail ???**???-*?' ?kat be ke4 < r*+rem
I the rtaoi?, d fhe r?i? Wranr
I a?c4W?l irftrrra IkoaiM la.i mlitt
i Daw aeaartbl*? at* r.,.ara
. ?*???! aa?eat**eft* aa4 tc*?lca a?
?h? marfa* aarrarka, r*e *4wir*l
, ??*->?.? -ri tbat ?? be* tk? 4a* rev mt
I .t-t. ?i.a vrata pa**a4 tkr aataaw-arta
I fem \ 4 he perm trie* I? rrtar.
Attempt to Rob Aged
Satchel of Money.
New York January II ?A aquad ot
detectives baited a trap far highway?
men to-day with a si\t> - ft ai -old bank
messenger and a sauhel Containing
$3,300. The highwaymen took the
?ait. One detective was snot and will
die. the messenger was bgaten sense
leaa. anj probably has a fractured
skull, and a pitched battle, with bul
hata peppering houses like hail, was
fought on the Kast Side. One of the
highw.i> men escaped, the other one
The messenger. Peter K. Plunkett,
left the Inion i:\change National H.tnk.
Where %a bad been employed for ten
wars, with his satchel in his han<3
and a cloud of detectives trailing hnn.
Within the satchel were currency and
silver for the weekly pay rolls of two
factories. The detectives were dis?
guised :ts laborers, so as to avert
suspicion. As Plunkett stepped into
the darkened hallway of one of the
factories two men sprang up from
uuafa.au baaed* him. One of them
crumpled liim up, senseless, on the
flagging b. fore lie could cry out. The
assailant used a blackjack. The oth?
er highwayman grabbed the satchel,
and botli darted away. The factory
had not a sen apprised of the plan
and retained one of the detectives
who had gone ahead of th? messenger.
While he was explaining, the highway- i
men we e making off.
The detective started in pursuit,
caught one of the assailants and roll- I
ed to the cobblestones with him. Mean?
time the detectives in the rear of
Plunkett. not expecting so quick a de
nou' ment. began blazing away with
their pistols at the other fleeing high?
waymen The thief fired as he fled,
and. keeping the pack at his heels,
darted down a side street, through
traffic, into a hallway, out th? back
door, over fences, back into the street
and disappeared, leaving behind a bul?
let pierced overcoat. The satched.
dropped In his flight, was found in?
tact ten feet from the factory doorway.
One of the fugitive's bjllets found a
mark in James a. Watson, a detective,
entering his back and passing nearly
through his body. He cannot recov ? j
The man who was tripped to the cob
bh stones said he was Prank Moran.
nineteen years old. a packer. He was I
held without hall Plunkett was taken
to a hospital.
Reward of $230 Offered.
<?tn>p'?nien'inii the reward of lino offered j
by ;,:?, ..- Ainalie. Governor Hann yesterday)
added >'-" to thla sum for the arrest and j
coiivktion of th# persona who brutaJ'y as-!
aac ted Elia.? Baroody. the North Second |
Strrrt confectioner, on T>e? ember -1. "iia- j
ine hia death two days :etar. This was
done by the Governor at the request of I
Moor Ainslie. Commonwealth'a Attorney!
Folkca and Chief of Police Werner.
Is This Man Gifted
Prominent People Say He Reads
Their Lives as an Open Book.
Do You Want to Know About Your
Business. Marriage. Changes. Oc?
cupation. Friends. Fnemies or
What to Do to Achieve
Test Readings Free to All Richmond1
Times-Dispatch Readers Who
Write at Once.
Attention of the Mystically im I net!
seem- to !<c centred at pic-cnt upon 'he
work of Mr Clay Hurton Vane-, who.
i Liirrt to no sp ?
rial irift of SB
pnrnji ural |>?>w
er-, attempt- to
reveal t!ie live
o f pcoolt
11 h r ???>(? h the
slender rlu??? of
h a n d - w ritin?;
J a n d birth
dato The un?
racy of his de?
one to surmise
I and seer* . >f
1 diver?. U-lief-.
j h ?v?- failed to
I apply ilv one
i prim i|>|i ~ of the
j -< iersrc of di? i
, n ition
Vkrd to cv I
j p'ain the met hi.
; dclinc.it t .c. Mr
j-imp!y restirrct led ^n ancient >?icn< c ami
moulded it int?, a ke\ t.. human nature "
The folio* mg letter is published as e?i
BBaXf of \f- V-ukc's .ibi,;t\?
Pro' |?i>.on M A. Director l-jnk.. I
I il?M-f ?at?n*v. member of the "Stricte A*- '
B*MMMB*Jf de Fnrrr," member of the
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Pro' ("Uy Rurf-n Vance:
Dear Sir. ?"I duly t?ei\ed \oijr Irtte ?
and ( "Tipleie I ife Reading I am per-!
ff. tly satisfied w-th your Reading it !??'
in nearly all The item- ?? cxa< t it . ->uld
j?.-- ibly be It seems strange that you ,
1* :1 I refer to m\ suffering from throat .
Hi Ml I have li-t had a bad atta'k;
ae.H u-ualK have f far <,- three time* per
ej, I ?hall ?crtiinb re. otrrmend \ ? ; ?
to my friends who desire a Life Reading "
I Arran^r-ient* have hrcn made to give
'?<-<? t'st Readings t?. all ,e#<Je.s of The
limes f ii,jMt, s but rt i.? especially re?
quested thai th-ew mho wish to avail;
'henve|\e? n<f this geBeeoBs offer make :
''1 * '*?11 a' ori<r. If you aish a dc ?
'of \ ? ?? i r lan We. if you wish a
if >o-ir < bar.?< t?-ri-TK ? .
I ileti' ran ? Tj-.p--?r-uni.,iev. .imi>l\ I' i i
>oui lull ? .?n<. the date, month end yrai
of \mjr linh <st?te whelher Mr , Mrs or
?Jbb?. p\ :h. Mksaiag wee
?syoavowri ' ir.!?clitg?
? r i-'wer is werntnas.
ie ? -j?e
Plea-e read my life?
\PI m\ pr.etperta bright'"
Settd yrajr )eit?T to M? flav Burton
' ?' I la* Ralai? Royal. Pari?.
Fratwe I \ ; ? |a) >o?j may f aetoae 10
"?ent? i stamps <->f \r?ur own rcaagry) to
pa) -v?> ,ir . leri. at work, etc PVe.i?c
reajata rtoatage r? required on
letters j seed to FraTB. Do ?ot eBCtoe?
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It's a splendid time?prices are going up?we're not rushed and you'll get
better and more careful attention from our corps of salesmen. Remember you
don't buy furniture often and you may not know quite as much about it as you
think For the above reasons as well as the fact that we're now completing our
Semi-Annual Inventory, it will more than pay you to look after your Spring Fur?
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ADAMS and BROAD
Business is excellent with us; the reason is?cut prices on a rising market.
Think this over.
OF MANY YEARS AGO
Recalled by Recent Mention of'
Name of Francis Charles
Hi l.\ <l\intl im: HB i-m \ ll; \ t n .
FKANCLS OHABUB8 "f Bourbon, j
whose Insanity for the past forty j
yfarx formed the subject or a!
brief cable dispatch from Home in the
American newspapers a few days afio. i
is not. as stated therein, a Prince of J
Bourbon uor yet entitled to the style j
of Pr'ace of Capus. by which his father
? .is kim*n. His real title is C"unt
Masrsll The mention, however, of the
unfortunate lunatic who is half-Irish,
and who was believed by many to have
died lone ago instead of bdng still in
existence, serves to recall an extraor?
dinary romance of seventy or eisrhty
rears aso. to which no reference is
made ri the dispatcli. and which, relat?
ing as it docs to the infatuation of a
King's brother for a particularly lovely
daughter of Krin. is worthy of being
given here briefly.
A couple of years before the acces?
sion of Queen Victoria to the throne.
Prince Charles Ferdinand of Bourbon,
broth r of l-'erdlnand II. of Naples,
iand a younger son of Francis I. and
?>f that Qu-en Caroline who lavished
much favor on Ia>rd Xelson and who
Was a sister of Quem Marie Antoinette
of prance, i fell in love with Miss pene.
lope Smythr. daughter of Grlcc Smythe,1
squire of Ballynatray, In County Wate: - |
ford. He had become acquainted with
bar at the court of his brother at fca- I
pies and had entreated the Kins; fori
that permission to marry her which
was indispensable to the contracting o'
any valid union under the terms of the|
Neapolitan royal marriage act of US9.
Ferdinand II. proved ojjdutate. Bawl
thereupon the prince, who bore the title
of Prince of Capua, determined to ac- '
vompllsh abroad what he could not;
brine; about in his brother's dominions ;
Accordingly, he caused hlmse-lf to b-|
married to the fair Penelope, first at
Madrid, then at ?Jretna Green, then BS I
Borne by Cardinal Wells, and finally in
Ix->ndon. in M. Geora-e's. Hanover Square. J
In conformity wrth the rites of the
Church of Fngland. on May 23. 1*3?.
The record of the marriage still exists
In the parish registers of that famous
church, where ex-Prtstdent Roosevelt
and the pr.-sent Mrs. Roosevelt were
al.-o marrierl. many years later.
The Prince of Capua had been In?
formed thai none of his previous mar
r.ages were valid in the eyes of the
law, and consequently described him?
self and his bride, on the parish reg- j
Ister. as barchclor and spinster. Me
had also been told that If he were mar- I
.< d according to Knttlish law In a!
church of the state establishment in]
Knsland. it wuld constitute at any |
rate a perfectly legal union In that
But tn Kngland. as in this country.!
you have 10 obtain a license to wid. .
? -P' c.ally when you dispense with the
delay entailed by the banns on sac
resslve Sundays When, however. th? >
prince applied to the authorities in i
London f ir a license, count Ludolf, the j
minister plenipotentiary of CTnar Per- ;
dinsnd of Naples, in ly^ndon. Instituted
leeal proeee<i!nes to prevent the arrant !
of the license on the strength of the
Neapolitan rot at marriage act. The
uppixm on at ?"oijnt Ludolf was suc?
cessful ar-d the arant of the license
v as refuwefl. with the result that the j
marriage of the prince In t?t. George's, .
Hitiover Square, contracted without'
w.r.< 's? ISSn still less valid In'
point of Knalish Isw thaa any of the
pierlous ?.ddii? ? ercmonles which he
hnd ?ori' through.
The ' St irsorze's. TTsn
,n.r Square, was followed by a decree!
of har'shnv nt issued bv Ferdinand ti.
? t h ? r.-, :h. r ?v ??> from that trm
forth antii th. Kina's death, near a'
quarter mt a centur- afterwards, was
^trapell'd to M\, abroad with his Irtsti
? '? mainly !n PV.aland where thejr
?-? ated with the utmost kindness
bv Qti' ? Indeed, the latter
seted as socj~iotn*f To nnr of the two
chlMr?n hoin ..f this Neapolitan-Irish
un.ori ??,?? n' re rr. ated ('. iint an"
Comtess Ms?-:?1 h> Pope Plu? X And
?when victoria Ttoerban. this goddaugh?
ter dt? ii -.A 3. (>;nl'*J MaS
eali at her Villa Marlla. near l/ucra
In !*?rtli?m Italr. the nrlflsh amhaaaa
der at Rom., attendee] ttto funeral as
the representative of tjaeen Victoria
and b> tbc IsrteCs directloa
>a Bourbon fount*** Unseat!,
wee a woman i>* celebrated Vovelln***.
singular!* gifted, and with such a mag
nlflcenl contralto voice that Heterbeer
I eras Beaded thereby to special 13 compoe*
and dedicate to her one of his most
beautiful sonjts. The latter portion of
her lifo was spent in Italy at her villa
ar.d rstat. of Marl.a, save ?or occa?
sional visits to Ireland and Knc'.aiid to
stay with her mother's sister. IxiOy Din
orbln. and to the lattcr's dauatht-. r. lately
Neave, mother of that Sir Thomas
Neave who is so frequent a visitor to
the I'nited States and to Canada and
who lias so many friends on this side
of the Atlantic.
Victoria Bourbon maintained the
friendliest relations with the Italian
royal family, especially with Kins:
Humbert and Queen Marguerite They
not only treated her as a kinswoman,
although th. Bourbons of Naples, of
France, of Parma and of Spain declin?
ed to recosrnlze her but Humbert even
furnished her with a very handsome
annuity, derived from the Bourbon
crown property in Italy, that had pass,
ed into the possession of the rejjrninK
house of Savoy after rhe overthrow of
the kingdom of Naples.
Victoria's only brother. Francis
Charles, was feeble-m'nde<j from his
birth, and by the time he had attained
his thirtieth .car he had become a com?
plete lunatic. Throuirh the kindness
and intervention of Humbert this
brother was allowed to remain under
restraint at the Villa Marlia. instead aff
brine confined in an asylum, and since
the d'atb of his sister he has been
cared for and maintained there at the
expanse of the present Kintr. of Italy.
Stops Tobacco Habit
in One Day
Sanitarium Publishes Free Book
Showing How Tobacco Habit Can
Be Banished in From One to
Five Days at Home.
The Elders Sanitarium, located at ofl4
Main St , St Joseph. Mo , ha> published
a free book showing the deadly effect of
the tob uro h.tbi?. and how it can be ban?
ished in from one to five days at home
Men who have u-ed tobacco for more
than rift> years have tried this method
and say it at entirely >urressful, and in
addition to hani-hing the desire for to
i?.iii<> laM impro- cd their health wonder?
fully. This method banishes the de-ire
for tobacco, no matter whether it-i>
smoking, chewing, cigarettes or snuff
As this book ii being distributed free,
any one wanting a cop\ should send their
nanje and address at once.
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armoi'r stak BNCON
1 lb <arlr?n. ?2c \jlue.
nT mm mca
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PORK \M> Rr \NS - I. ? (s,^
Pore Food Grocery Corp.
Broad at Siith Street.
(Orapoarte Miller er Rhoad*
the wliift? "1 Queen Marguerite taking!
a partic ular interest in the unfortunate
mar.'*, welfare. His one delight la
smashing crocker;., and he is furnish-J
ed with a supply thereof fr.r tin pur-j
pose of this form of entertainment;
It s.-ems to aa*? escaped the bli?-,
grapher? of the new I legem ..f Bavaria
that )ie was brought up from his in
, IBB-H M b- 'r apparent to the thione of
Oraeca, occupied for over thirty years
by his father's brother. King Otho. In
fact, he figured as Crown Printe of
Greece until King Otho a deposition and
flight from Athena on- board an Eng?
lish man-of-war. In 1Mb* that la to
?ay. until aome time after he. Ixiuis.
had attained manhood. The result of
this is that he not only possesses a com?
plete mastery of modern Greek, but al?
so an unrivaled knowledge of ancient
Qraaw. of its literature, of Its history,
of its art. and of its monumenta For
the most eminent Gre'k scholars of .he
day w. re called upon to assist in his
? duration; with a view of developing
his tastes for everything porta'ning
to Greece, and to fit h.m for the Hel?
Although never called upon te auc
Cead ta the crown at Athens, which was
offer'SfJ on his uncle's deposition to the
Bailor F'rinie William of Denmark, now
K.ia; (l?oree, cafter being rejected b>
the fifteenth I?rd Derby, grandfather
of the present earl.? Prince Ix>uU has
retained all his fondness for Greek
classics and art. and it was his cxten
s.ve knowledge thereof that led the
P.oyal Oriental Academy of Munich, one
of the most famous scientific Institu?
tions of Continental Kurope. to Invite
h'.m some forty years ago to become Its
very active and energ- tie president.
There has been a curious predilection
in the reigning house of Bavaria for
everything Hellenic, for hundreds of
years. &fn<- of the finest specimens of
ancient Greek statuary still in exls
fnce are to be found at Munich The
late Kmpress of Austria did not rest
until she had mastered the Grerk lan?
guage and built as her favorite re?
treat that beautiful villa of Achillcion.
on the Ionian Island, which has now
passed .n'.o the possession of Kmpc?or
William Moreover, it may be recalled
that one of the forma of Insanity which
r?eeess!tated the placing under resirai-it
of King J-aouls T7 of Bavaria waa the
discovery that he was carrying on
negotiation* for the purchase of one of
the Greek islands with the object of
withdrawing from Bavaria, abandoning
Port-cast: ? Iraiola?Bata saadajy,
colder at alght i Boeder fair; colder.
v. rih 1 arnllna?Kala saeday: eolder
l?> algbt in west portlaaa; Monday
fair, arfrk eolder.
special 1 ?>cai Data far i eeterdev.
12 i.oon temperature . 54
P M. temperature . ?C
.Maximum temperature utp to 9
P. M. ?5
Minimum temperature up to I
P. M. 43
Mean temperature . 61
Normal t'atprrature . 3$
K\ccas an temperature . 143
Kxccss in temperature since March
1 . 63
Accum, excers in temperature alnce
January 1 . _ 113
I>efi< Vncy 10 ra nfall since March
I 1 .?.4?
I Ac urn <ief:r i^nc> 'n rainfall since
January | .3t
I nrel Otasrrvatloa M P. *t. testerday.
I Temperature . 41
Wind -?t ire-fen . 8.
rtlnd- velocity . 1?
Weather . .Pt Cloudy
Rainfall last II hears.01
in>niTin>? t> i*irt?nT?M t iriKe.
(At ? P. M. Kastern Standard Time.) |
Pla r Ther H T. KT. Weather
AsheviJle ....?? 00 t? P cloudy
Atlanta ...... 64 S4 43 Cloudr
Atla-aic City 34 63 4? Cloudy
I Boston . 4? 4? 40 Cloudy
Buffalo . 4a 44 4? Rain j
Ca. listen . . 02 C* 12 Cloudy
rhicage . 1? ?? io Cloudy
(>?nver . 11 20 14 P. cleeedy |
imiuth .-is* ?'leer
Gel vest on _ oe ?4 as Cloudy
'lletteraa ..... \W 00 OS Cloudy
! Havre . _ -I? -? -12 Cboaf
! JaeaaonvIIle .. ?? II H rlesr
Kansas City .. ? 2* * Clear
l/oiiisvllle .64 6? 64 Cloudr
lat'-ntgomrry . ?4 ?? 62 P. clued*
? New Orleans . TS TS ?4 P cloudy
INew Tor? ... M 60 40 Cloudy
IBorfnl . 04 ?? S2 Cloudy
; Oklahoma . ? 2? 2? 2? Clear
Pltuw?arg _(4 6? S3 Bain
Kale:Ev. . oa ?0 4? rToudv
'??t bo'Me . 20 4* 2( "s?*
Paul . -4 0 -4 Clear
Ban Kraoclar* 44 44 40 Clowdg
?unannah _ ** '* ?0 Cloudy
skve-kage .24 2< ? rSne
Ta npa 72 M 02 Clear
uasniegton ?? ?? '? ' I" or
Iwinnipe* 34 -20 -20 Clear
?TrytteMlie ... ?o :e ?? P. cloudy
IM ih'onr and establishing himself on
Um island a.? an absolut?- monarch,
fr-e to gi\.- .-? In to all .his extravagant
tasies and whlms
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SURE WAY TO
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No Harmful Drugs in
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|will come in direct contact with the in?
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I bottle of HYOMEI and simple directions
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