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TflE 0MAI1A DAILY DEE: TUESDAY. MARCH 21. 1D05.
WHAT IS CATARRH? omei Cures Cm fry,. - zey apreeitonpnc fife He-Ansel Cares (hla etmea ad disagreeable DUmu. Ilyomei cores catarrh by the slm- pie mnnoa or Dreatrung its oeaimg fr x ' y"Y i ; pance into the air passages and lungs. It forany pacXtye;rf SfryVft a kills the germs of the catarrhal poison, heals ?AW,rrforj&rf Vnrt rrrrsinVny and soothes the Irritated rniiM mhnt, ,tr NJVM a2y J TtlJng CtCCOrCfna the blood with the oxygen and kills the germs present OJLJ7fiLe .W ,&eerTrecer? there, effectually drivine this disease from the svstem. X.V " c . If you have any of the following symptoms, catarrhal teyZ' J?exCfieep&)fpu7(' germs are at work somewhere in thft tnucoos membrane of . Aj r. .. . . ..... . z . r -v.-x.jl r r r. s."" r. i. me nose, tnroat, Dronoua. tubes or tissues of the lungs. Offeastve breath Dryim mi the aose f ala mnh tba eyes eia la aack at tba aeaj Pala la froat si tba aeaa' Teao'eary ta take cole1 : fceralatf pala la tba tbraat Hawklatf ta clam tba tbraat fala la tba chaat A caaaa Stltcb la alda Lealae el (leak Varlabla appetite Low eplrited at Haaea atelslatf al train ataeaa Expactoretla4 yellow al ter Dlfflolty la braatbUi Freeveal'saeestaf Haaklaaaa el voice Discharge freai tba aeaa Steppage at tba aeaa at altfbt AchlaJ at tba boa Loss of atraalh Leaa la vital lorce Spaaaia of coatfaiai Drepplas'a la tba threat Hoatb epaa wblla alaaplaj Tickling back ol tba palate Foraeatloa e( craata la the aeaa Dryaeaa el tba throat la tba aaoratai Coats. abeH eaa hacklatf Coaab want aiibU mm aioralaa A ..lies' el tlrfhtaaaa acroaa tba apper part el tba cbaat Ilyomei will cure all catarrhal diseases, destroy activity of all eerm life in the respiratory organs, enrich and purify the blood with additional ozone. After a few days' usetf Ilyomei the "' ' 1 1 N majority of these symptoms will have disappeared, and in a few t ' i wecu me cure wiu De complete. l Catarrh or catarrhal colds cannot exist when Hyomei is incr to refund your monev if Hvomei does not cure. The complete Hvomei outfit costs i and comorises an inhaler, a bottle of Hvomei and a dropper. The inhaler will last a lifetime, and additional bottles of Ilyomei can be obtained for 50 cents. ' ; - ' Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 16th and Dodge Sts. Packet labalat tkat coawi wtk etetr If mail eatac Will IMI I UleUaM. JURY TO HEAR BEMIS CASE Suit of the Former MayoT Against City for Damagts Is Under Way. ATTORNEYS PICK jtlRORS WITH MUCH CARE v ii evaral Aaaaalas F.plaodra Coma Oat of tba Examination of tba , Mea Who Are to Welch the Evidence. 0ver thirty men were tried before a jry waa aecured In Judge Eatelle'a court hear the case of Former Mayor George n?rl Bemla agalnat the city of Omaha. Mr. fm-'lnjurlea auatalned on the evening: of April 28, 1901 Aa ht.vai puilnf along; Far nam etreet. Just above the Davidge block, a. large billboard waa blown over. In falling It caught and neverely Injured Mr. rtornla, who now geta about . on crutche. . Thero la no controversy between the at torneys, aa the luuti are made up, about the fact of the wind being high, or thit Mr. Bemla waa badly hurt W. J. ConnH, for plaintiff, contends In hla petition that the line ot billboards which blew over were outside the property line, and that the city did not uaa ordinary oare for the protection of citizens passing along the -street,- !! He . also contends that the wind waa such aa ta frequent in this lati tude, therefore, that the blowing over of the board does not ome 'wlthfrt the exemption of the law, which recognises no reapWnslblllty for "an ftet of God, or $rov Idenpe." ' From his line of questioning In electing a Jury, City Attorney Breen will bnse the defenae principally on the point that 0 NorSklnTortured Babies ARest for Tired Mothers , In Warm Baths with v 1- And gentle anointings with CUTICURA Ointment, the great Skin Cure, arid purest and sweetest of emollients. It means instant relief and refreshing sleep for tor tured, disfigured, itching, and burning babies, and rest for: tired, fretted mothers when all else fails. . . . Sol. HmuM e. Cmu Nw. : Ml AJmh, ,Tb lima ml Cl(ilftt CoAU IMpoUi Vnmom. tl C'lnr. -il IM. Ml till ! BJ). lVMt L.o. CI kuM m. ,rla, Rim ' l rlt i oM, IM UN I"Mlt lirvf a Ckm. C.r,., Sol PnM. Swa tw Uw M Cun aaa Girls' and Hisses' Tailor Hado BROWNING. KING & GO. the wind waa of extraordinary velocity, and that the city did exercise proper and ordinary care in the management of the street. Working for the Jarr. ' Over thirty men were examined before twelve were aecured who sAtlsfled the at torneys aa to knowing so little about the case, and about winds, that they would do for furors. Among those examined and scratched by one aide or the other were Former County Commisalonera Connelly and Hart. Erastus A. Benson feared that hla relations with Mr. Bemla might warp his judgment In some way and he waa ex cused by the court, although Mr, Breen wanted to hold him on the Jury. Two men were amateur experts In wind velocity; they knew the wind of April 25 was a howler such aa Is rarely heard here and stuck ' to that opinion. Peter Holt waa called and examined, but Mr. Connell couldn't quite see how Holt would do. To one question he replied, "Well, we had bill boards when Mr. Bemla waa mayor and we have billboards now, and Right there the court and the attorneys all jumped onto Mr. Holt vociferously and he paused in pained surprise. Shortly he waa asked another question as to preju dlae and if he had any opinion aa to whether or not plaintiff should not recover, and he waa allowed to retire. Three or four men from Armourls were called. Mr. Connell wanted to know If they would be influenced by the fact that the bill board bore an Armour advertise ment and that tlere might be a secondary liability of the company to the city. Mr. Breen objected, but the court allowed the question, and the answer waa "no." One Armour employe is oft the Jury. ' Three colored men were called, "but only One waa chosen, a Mr. Hubbard, quite well alonz In years.. t " , Exempt t'nder the Law, City Attorney Breen peremptorily chal lenged three men for having served on a Jury in the district court within the last two years; but as finally made up the jury has on It one man who confessed to having served fourteen months ago, and he la an .employe of the Armour house. Borne high and fancy sparrmg la an ticipated in the case when the weather experta get on the atand. Many people expect to secure a liberal education In weather lore, and if Forecaster Welch and hla paraphernalia are not brought bodily Into court it will be because there is not room In Judge Estelle's email bailiwick for so Interesting and apready a display. THREE UFE SAVING MEDALS Meatenant and Two Privates of Kiev- enth infantry to Be Decorated By Goverameat. One aold Ilfe-iavlng medal and two sil ver llfo-eaving medals hav beenrecelved at army headquarters here Tor members of the Eleventh Infantry, atatloned at Fort D. A. Russell. The gold medal Is to be presented to Lieutenant 8. T. Mackall and the silver onea are for Sergeant LAiclen B. Gardner of Company F and Corporal Lawrence Doyle of Company O. The deeds for which the medals are to be presented were performed on the Island of Mindanao, while the conflict Detween the United States and the natives was In progresa. Stores were being landed by lltrhters In the mouth of the Mara bang river from a government transport. Three men went overboard and were drawn into deep water by the tide.' None of them could swim. Lieutenant Mackall plunged Into the water and. reaching one man, held his head up until a boat could be brought. Although very much exhausted he managed to save a second man In the same way. In the meantime Gardner and Doyle had combined their efforts and had pulled the" third man from the water. The medals came from Acting Secre tary of the Treasury H. A. Taylor. Their destination Is Cheyenne, where the Elev enth Infantry Is atatloned. DIVIDE THE OLD L0V-T JBRARY Nine UnrvlTtna" Memaera of the Alio elatloa Partition the Booka A mo a Themaelvee. Falthfulnesa alwaya geta Ha reward. This time the men who are freshly Impressed with the truth of the old saying are Judge W. A. Redlck. C. W. Haller, Edson Rich, T. J. Mahoney, E. J. Cornlah, O. . W. Shields, J. W. Carr, L. I. Abbott and B. N. Robertson. Of the men who composed the old Omaha Law Library association they alone stood faithful and prompt In the payment of dues, all the other members having lapsed. Since the organisation of the new Law Library association, which la to have ita home in the Creighton College Law school, the nine good and true lawyers who stood by the old agreement throtigh all atreas ot weather decided that there would - be no further field for their collection of booka. So after consultation the volumes U'omprlslng the collection were divided up into nine equal parte, comprising books of more or less utility, and then the nine men named drew lots for the piles. Each man secured about tU volumes for his private library. DIED. CARPENTER B. F.. at his home, Hi South Thirty-seventh street, Sunday, March ID. Funeral from residence Tueaday t 6 JO p. m. Kemalua will be taken to Samlicb, UL, twr buimt Y. W, C; A. TO CHANCE PLAN Directors Vote to Beorganise on Basis of Evangelical Purpose ' MEMBERS TO VOTE AT ANNUAL MEETING Prealdent Harford Presents the Mat ter at the Meeting; ot the Omaha Ministerial I'nloa for Conalderatton. The board of directors ot the Young Women's Christian association has voted to conform to the organization of the state and national bodies of the associa tion, and the members will be given a chance to express their concurrence or dis approval of this action at the annual meet ing of the association, April 10. If the Omaha association, which is now on an independent basis, enters the national or ganization, it will mean that every woman not a member of what la called the Protestant evangelical churches will be barred from active membership. A circular letter .explaining the contem plated change has been sent out and Mrs. Harford, president of the association, and Mrs. Eyers, general secretary, appeared at the regular monthly meeting of the Omaha Ministerial union to notify the ministers of the contemplated change in basis of organization. Mrs. Harford's Explanation. "The Omaha association was organized twelve years ago," said Mrs. Harford, "on n Independent basis that is, that Chris tians, Protestants, Catholics, Jews and peo ple of no faith were all admitted on an equal footing to every privilege and office In the association. Four yeara ago an at tempt was made to change to the evan gelistic basis. We felt we ought to affiliate with the general work of the Toung Women's Christian association. The amend ment was carried by a small margin and later reconsidered and lost. Since then the feeling has grown that we ought to affiliate with the stuto and national movement. If we are to do this we must adopt the evangelistic basis, which requires that the active members be members of evangelistlo Protestant churches. It alao provides for associate members, who will Include all the other members of the association who do not belong to the Protestant evangelistic churches. They have all of the privileges ot the association, except that they are not allowed to vote and cannot hold office. This will affect only ninety In our mem bership of 1,000. Only two or three of those on committees will be affected. This evangelistlo basis Is the basis devised by the international body and is the same as the Young Men'a Christian association. Why the Chance la Made. "Wa have refrained from doing anything which could hurt or Injure our membera who come under the rule and have felt the agitation which may follow the attempted change will be bad for the city. But we have found in raising funds tor our new building that we are handicapped. Aa It la, we cannot get the help of the financial sec retaries ot the association aa we could were we affiliated with the International body. We have felt If any change la ever to be made it ahould be made now before we get out the new building. The annual meeting April 10 is the only time when we can vote on this change and we have seat out letters to the membership explaining what Is In tended. The change, if the vote la affirma tive, will become effective only In the fu ture. It will not affect the present member Ship and those who are In the association who are not members of the evangelical Protestant churches will remain active members so long as they desire to. But new members coming In after the change would be affected." Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1226. Wife Gets the Divorce. In the divorce case of Berry B. Craig aaainet Iura M., In which there waa a cross-petition alleging plenty ot cause why Laura shouldn't like Berry very much, Judge Sutton found for the wife, gave her a divorce and ordered the husband to pay the costs. NOT MEDICINE i Babies don't need , medK eJne older children very rarely. Better nourishment Will generally set them right Scott's Emulsion is the right kind of nourishment and the kind that will do them the most good. Scott's Emulsion contains nothing that chil dren should not have and everything that they should Wrll mi jam a MHapW DM. fUOTT ft kOWK. 0 tmuitutm. He?. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH GMAIIA Telephone Company Enbmita Bid far Oar ing for Fire Alarm System. PREPARING FOR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION tlltaola Feed era Beyle La rare Nam bar of Sheen oa This Market, Taklaar the Balk of the Receipts. One of the Important matters brought before the city council at the regular ses sion last night waa the communication from the fire and police commissioners ask ing that a contract be made with the Ne braska Telephone company for the main tenance of the flro alarm system In South Omaha. This communication waa read and after aome little debate. waa referred to the telegraph and telephone committee. Dworak, Queenan and Klewlt compose this committee. The officials .of the Nebraska Telephone company offer to place and keep in first class condition fifteen alarm boxea for $50 a month. For each addi tional box the sum Ct $2 a month will be charged. As the system Is now, it Is badly out of repair and most alarms are sent In over the telephone lines. Sanitary Inspector Jones and Plumbing Inspector Wlnegard reported that the foul air In the city hall building was caused by a defective sewer syetem. The finance committee will look Into this matter and If repairs to the sewer ta not made the city will have the work done- and take the cost out of the rental due the agents for the building. City Attorney Lambert returned the dam age claim of Frank Clark, with the recom mendation that no attention be paid to it. The bond and contract of Qua Hammell for the laying of permanent sidewalks was approved. Mr. Hammell will start at once laying permanent walks. W. H. Hyman, secretary of the North East Improvement club, sent in a com munication calling the attention of the council to the fact that Omaha and South Omaha people are making a dump ing ground of the ravine north ot A street on the east side of Twenty-third. So much garbage haa been dumped. In thla ravine that the health of those living In the vi cinity is Jeopardised. The club requests that the council take atepa to abate the nuisance. Adklns moved that the sanitary inspector notify the Omaha authorities to stop the dumping of garbage in thla ra vine. A petition signed by fifteen property owners requested the counoll to locate a Ore hydrant at Twenty-aeventh and Jef feraon streets. : Two permanent sidewalk ordinances were Introduced. One Is for walks on both sides of J street, from Twenty-fourth to Twenty fifth streets, and the other for both sides of B street from Twenty-third to Twenty eighth streets. i The mayor appointed a committee con sisting of Adklns, Queenan and McCralth to devise means for the erection of a fire hall on the property recently purchased at Twenty-fifth and L. streets for fire de partment headquarters. Contractor Hammell waa instructed to lay permanent sidewalks' on. a number of streets In the southern parr of the city. J. B Watklna was instructed to lay two1 plank sidewalks that have been ordered by ordinances and not yet laid. E. It. WoOley, first 'assistant city en gineer, was deputised to Set for City En gineer Beat during the illness of Mr. Beat. - A petition to grade K street from Twenty-sixth to Twenty-seventh,' waa read and acted upon favorably. The next meeting Of the council will be heWon March 37. Preparing; for Election.. Monday Mayor Koutsky and City Clerk Olllln drove about the city making ar rangements for registration and election booths. Aa near as possible the voting booths will be the same aS last fall. There will be no voting this year at the old Good Shepherd house In the Fifth ward. Instead the booth will be located on Q street, where it will be easier of access than at the old place. In a day or two the mayor will Issue his election proclamation and the voting booths will then be designated.. One feature of the coming election will be the sending to the city clerk of unof ficial returns. Printed blanks will be fur nished with each ballot box and these will be filled out by the judges and clerks, giv ing the vote in each school board candidate receives and 'also the vote on the city hall and park bond propositions, these sheets must be delivered tq the clerk just as soon aa possible after the canvass r the votes is completed and must not, under any cir cumstances, be sealed up in the ballot boxes. Judges and Clerks will be given special instructions to pay particular at tention to the making out of the unofficial returns. While both the republican and democratic candidates for the school board are doing considerable hustling there does not seem to be a great deal of Interest manifested at present In the election.. All of the can didates are doing some quiet work, but no public meetings have been held yet, but more than likely a couple of rallies will be held a few daye before election. John Flnnrrty'a Funeral. Monday morning funeral services were held over the remains of John Flnnerty at St. Brldget'a church. Twenty-fifth and F atreeta. The deceased was 90 years of age at the time of hla death and had resided in South Omaha for about nineteen years. -He waa the father .of Mra. Morgan Heafy and resided during the latter years of hla life with his daughter at Twenty-fourth and I atreeta. The church waa filled with frienda and acquaintances. Rev. O'Calla han delivered a lengthy funeral oration, after which the remains were conveyed to St. Mary'a cemetery for Interment. . Special Exchange Meeting. A special meeting of the- South Omaha Live Stock exchange waa held Monday afternoon. Appropriate resolutions on the death of B. F. Carpenter were passed. It waa deolded by the- membera of the ex change to attend the funeral in a body thla afternoon. The membera of the ex change agreed to meet at Thirty-seventh and Leavenworth atreeta at I o'clock thla afternoon and proceed to the residence. Bee Hive lodge, A. F. and A. M., will have charge of the services, which will be held at 6:10 o'clock at the late residence of the deceased, 911 South Thirty-seventh street. The remalna will be forwarded to Sand wich, 111., for interment. i Feeder Sheep tor Illinois. Last week 16,919 head of feeder sheep were purchased on thla market for feed lota. Illinois farmers bought the majority of the feedera, taking 13.567 head. The balance of the feedera hipped out went to Michigan, ' Missouri, Wisconsin and Ne braska. Shlpmenta last week were Ooo head in excess of the previous week and more than double aa compared with the same week of 1901. Temporary Organlaatloa. About' 100 bualneaa men .met at Work man temple last night to raorganlae the old Commercial club. Dr. W. J. McCrann waa elected temporary chairman and II. M. Christie, J. J. Murphy and C. W. Mil ler tsmporaryaeeretarlea. Jerry Flttger ald la temporary treaaurer. President Wright. Commissioner McVann and Colonel Elmer B. Bryson of , the Omaha Commercial club delivered ahort addresses and promised to help the new organisation along. A hustling committee of ten was appointed by President Mc Crann to solicit members. Fifty-six busi ness mea eljned the membership roll laat New Spring Cravenettes. Here we have garments complying with all personal tastes garments for the extremest as well as for the conservative. It's a showing which has no equal in this western country, judging it from any point of view quality variety, style and price. Swell and Swagger Cravenettes, v $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $17.50, $22.50. , Fifteenth 'and Farnam. . . .. , r kaaaenjaennsnwBBr al ! eaj w wan w--e jSMEByMx 'Slam Fifteenth and Farnam. iPeMT VaW night. W. B. Cheek, H. C. Murphy and T. J. O'Nell were named as a committee to draw up a constitution and bylaws. An other meeting will be held soon to perfect the organisation. Vacation Dates Set. There will be one week of vacation for all of the pupils ot the public schools commencing March 27. This vacation does not include the pupils of the high school, who were given a vacation a short time ago while moving into the new building. Mr. Laverty made the motion for this spring vacation and It was carried unanl- raouslJr- , . Five bids for a piano to be used In the auditorium of the high school were opened. After looking over the bids the board de cided to leave the matter In the hands of the supply committee. The alumni asked for the use of the high school auditorium for April 7 for a musical entertainment. pn,i..inn wan eiven. The next meeting f the board will be held on April 8. Magle City Gossip. Robert McCarthy ta building a $ cot tage at Twenty-eighth and Madison streets. . J. H. Baker has gone to Seattle, weah.. hoping that a change of climate will ben efit his health. ' Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tilloson. 1401 North Twenty-third street, announce the birth of a son. George Zyh haa secured a permit for a $1,000 dwelling to be erected at Twenty seventh and 1 streets. Local butchers say that hog products have advanced about 2 cents a pound within the last few days. Beneficiary members of Superior lodge. No. 1S3, Degree of Honor, will mee. at Workman temple Wednesday afternoon. There was no apparent change In the condition of Herman Beal yesterday. He was reported to be resting easily last nliht. As compared with the twenty days of March last year reports show a big falling off In the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at this market. The Eagles Dress club has completed ar rangements for the athletlo entertainment at Eagles hall, Twenty-sixth and N streets, on Friday night of this week. On some of the unpaved streets In the city the mud is hub deep and teamsters J , , i .1 nf it Fflrmnri are naving; a uwu nio 1 . coming into the city report the country roads in bad shape, on account of the recent rains. Good Track, Good Trains, Good Time. ' In each o these the New York Central is not surpassed, (as thousands will at test. Travelers between "the West ana the East will find It. to their advantage to use the New York Central which. In point of time, equipment, roadbed, dining car service and acenlo attractions is first among the railroads of the world. Send a 2-cent stamp to George H. Dan iels, general passenger agent, Grand Cen tral station. New York, for a copy of the Illustrated Catalogue of the New York Central's "Four-Track Series." Genuine Heyn photos always are marked with an H before the Heyn. 818-JO-Z2 S. 15th St., l-atory building on west aide of street. LOCAL BREVITIES. Maul Undertaking Co., 419 S. 15th. Tel. 226.' The Omaha Park Board yesterday In spected routes for the boulevard north of Bemls park. Today will be given over to the same work. ' On Wednesday morning he judges of the district court will hold a meeting to name the probation officers for Douglas county provided for by the new juvenile court law. The bar committee that haa been look ing into the manner of drawing Jurors for Douglas county threatens to have the en tire list of names rejected. If this Is done It will likely prevent the holding of the May term of court, for there will not be time to draw new names. George Lucas, a recluse, died In a hovel at the rear of 2210 Cuming street some time Sunday night. Heart failure is thought to have been the cause of his death.' So far as known he haS neither relatives or friends, nor is it known from whence he came to Omaha. He was about 40 yeara of age. . Mra. Sadie Sllkett, In police oourt yester day, ' told Judge Berka she had married lxaao Sllkett nine years ago without being divorced from her first husband. She Is seeking aid from the police , to compel Sllkett to support her and her child, of which he Is the father. Judge Berka will give a decision on Wednesday. One of the greatest American millionaires once said to nls physician, A million dol lars, Doctor, for a new stomach, and then the sick man groaned and turned away. One of a man's grvatast pleasures la that bora of a keen appetite, vigoroua digestion and a good dinner, and this belongs to many a good fellow who is living on small wages, bat the rich man without a stomach haa to forego the good things of the table Decease his stomach rebels. Without n healthy stomach and a good digestion, our blood is thin, watery and poor, oar heart action ia weak, oar liver oeee not do its duty, and man ia miserable and unhappy. In this condition man ia prey to the germs of influenza, consumption, malaria and all the ills that he ia heir to. Consumption can be treated by natural met bod Which are aa close to nature as possible. Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi cian of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., years ago un derstood thla diaeaae, and after a long pe riod of experiment discovered certain roots and herbs which were nature 'a remediea, and succeeded in putting them p ia a form that would be easily procured and ready to use. Thia he called Dr. Fierce 'a Golden Medical Discovery. It gives do false stimulation, becauae it contains no alcohol and ne narcotic. It helps diges tion and the assimilation of each elements in the food aa are required for the blood. Instead of a cod liver oil, against which the already sensitive stomach will declare open rebellion, this tonic has a pacifying action upon the sensitive stomach and gives to the blood the food elements the tissues require. It maintains the patient's nutrition by enabling him to eat, retain, digest and aaaimiUtc nutritious food. It overcomes gastric irritability and svtnp- torn, of indigestion, and in thia way fever, night-sweats, headaches, etc., are done away with. It fortifies the kody against the germs of consumption, grip and ma laria, and it builds op the Uaauca and putt on healthy flesh. When the drngglst save he has some thing that ia jut aa good as Dr. fierce 'a Golden Medical Discovery, he aaye so be cease he hopes to make a better profit, but bis own) mixtures have not stood the test of long experience nor had the success that Dr. Pkice'e lucdiciuc hav had. Universal Remedy for Pains in the Baclt; For pains ia the region of the Kid neys or for a Wtak Bach the plaster should be applied as shown ia illus tration. ' Insist Upon Having' Allcock's. MrUUBVl!l.i4jVta Dlaafakaefa ti .'a.i tea naa. AOaa Rft entuna ' fff al m & ffVI U aTk 14 nHV-wa riaawiiai l"3FM iu lit VIW W IVWIt Thy are tba original and genuina porous plaatara and bar nararbaen aMallaJ aa e.alni Ciw i-ATi tJA nnt in nVstitjitn Keillsifinnnnv avriliim or any polion whatever. .'.."' A "MA'n-SAVIK tkat Strews la nopalarlty. GOING-l O-QING... 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