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THE SCR ANTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY TVIOTWINO. FEBRUARY
F. E. WOOD,
F'Ultl I8I1 DAILY AND mill I Si lUS-
0I, I'A.. Uf VUt liiHHJMS PV8MM1M
Nkw York orfiOR: Tuiuuss Buu.uisio.
KllANK 8. UttAY. MANAQtK.
iWrte.i ul lAe IWiU'ii'f n( SerMtOHi PS
1HF ST.RANTON TRIRIINP.
it CRa N TON. FEBRUARY 83, im)4-
HANCOCK S VALEDICTORY.
We lmv- no desiro to sddtO t he men
tnl solidities cf Jawe Denton Han
cook. It is not our wish to aujim-'ut
the voliimu of his chloride eustions.
Mr. Hancock cams before tho public a
tiiiiiK of beauty and a goui"tiuie joy.
TUrt public refreshed itself in his nr
patelng Oftndor and recuperated in the
breezy abandon of hie economic out
epokennesf. Q latitude, It nothing alee,
shottid dictate kindly consideration of
Mr. Hancock fate.
Unfortunately, Mr. Hancock has
broiiKtit an after delnge down npon his
own lio'uint; head He lias submitted,
rnsbly. madly submitted himself to
I'ittslmrj,' interviewer. He lias as
sumed to interpret last Tuesday' re
sult. Jio has said three curious word:
l did not take the Domination with tha
expectation f an election. It was in a
miiuner forced On me. 1 have heen iloiui
uil I can to edueate tlie people ot IVnuayl-
vsuia "ii tariff reform, and of coorael
could not refuse to run. This is tho rlrst
time that the issue uf tana' for reeenue
only ha ever iw"u pat fairly before the
l . oi e of Pennsylrania. Vet 1 do not re
yatd tbla election aa a fair test of public
opiuiou on lue matter, The Democratic
unrty has hail to shoulder tlio reeponal
Lihtv for tnepres'tit financial urlst. and
of course that Iihs Rreatty affected the
vote. Bnt f he party l not to Waaoev. tub
panic would have com a no matter what
party bad been m power. Tariff reform
is sine to wiu iu the end. The Republican
party Is coiniat; round to our IdsS.
It would bo i.itirestiutr, did tiiuj and
ipace permit it. to Inquire Into tlinua
ture of the sgarjr, to ?ek lome defini
tion of the aberration, which lea Is Mr.
Hancock t.' thu conclusion that the
Republican party is "ootning 'round"
to free trade tn the iuter-st of psy
chology, it would he valuable to know
the nature of the delusion which ic
ipirea aueh impossible tnoutiti. B i"
that is a thing apart. Present duty
points solely to the contemplation of
the instructive fruits of Mr. Hancock's
campaign of education; and uras goal
Republicans to proffer thsir sincere
The Democratic party U peculiarly
ecuttlfl the dictionary for cutting and
gleaming cynicisms with which to do
j astiee to tin rottenness uf artificiality 's
There are purer und happier at mos
pheres than this which Wild would
inveigle us into. Lit us not choose
uepuitisms as a moral diet.
TlU WOBgttl in I'ennsylvauia's irou
and Bteel industries evidently were not
caught in the free iron ore trap.
. i -
That was a peculiar instance of re
turning good for evil when the presi
dent jodge of a Northwestern Penn
sylvania county throw into the lilt) of
his secret enemy certain pitror.ago
which will no more stop the traitorous
knife of its recipient than a toy dam
will turn back the deceptive waters of
LTJZUWK'l two THOUSAND Republi
can plurality Is tnsrely a hint of the
deficit in Democratic votes which
awaits Representative Hints.
OUT DOOR RELIEF.
in accordance with general expecta
tion, the legality of out door relief was
sustained vesterday in exhaustive opin
ions by Judges Arehbald and Qnnstsr.
The technical grouuds upon which
these affirmative rinding were reached
were ably ontliued, but they are of less
importauco to the lay reader than the
broad fact that relief is hereafter sanc
tioned In theone form of administration
which coiucides with the humans sen
timent of our titiib and yet does uo vi
olence to institutions heretofore repre
senting the chief resort of pauperism.
'j'ne faot that no quibble or teobnioaltty
CSU hereafter bar the way to Whole
soi!it asiistauce; that it will not here
after be necessary for a victim to los
bis self resptct, a3 well as his money,
before beoomiug eligible to the "court
sies" of the community, ia abundantly
gratifying in itself, no matter how it
1ms become clothed with the formal
ssnotion of the law.
Through the shrewd foresight of one
of the directors of the Ncrnnton poor
district in moving an Immediate con
sideration of the outdoor relief prob
lem as soon us the opinion of the court
should he made public, there will, it is
hoped, bo no unnecessary delay in put
ting this attirmative tindinsf to its
much-needed me. It is essential thut
the distress iu this community which
has not yielded to other agst:-;ei
should receive larger attention from
tho regularly constituted authorities
than has b.-eu possible during the tC
oent uncertainty as to the board's au
thority in the matter. Whatever dit'-
ton, Lebigb, Monroe, Northampton
and l'ike counties which during Jack
eon's time got into the habit of going
Democratic sud caunot yet change
IrGBOVBU Clsvw.ank were to ns
suuia to dictate local uomluatious iu
New York, what a howl the Murphy
Democrats would instantly raise' Yet
Senator Murphy himself not only as
smuts to dictate local nominations iu
Troy, but actually abteata hltnstlf from
his senntoriul duties in order to man'. p
ulato the wires of his gioisly corrupt
Either Warden Brookway, of the
Blmlra reformatory, is the worn mi -
ligned man or elss he is the most over
rated man in the country. If the for
mor, tho puzzle Is why so muiy repu
table journal! and witnesses should
seek to do him an injnstioe. This Is
exceedingly dlffleult to explain.
Tin: FORM of relief which consists of
immuring the temporarily unfortunate
recipient iu the shunned abole of pau
pers shoold soon hear iti death knell
in intelligent Laokawanna.
TKUtSfl ALL signs fall, tho approach
ing summer will witness a great re
vival iu building. This is Scraulou
predestined year to reach out ami
s proud itself.
F.p'anat!otn Qiita Ut,tiniasary.
ktUufdphia Time Pel
Wtiuu a limns head Is taken off it is of
little consequence as to fingers nd toes.
The Democrats have pimply been walloped
out of their boots and the. iloor mopped up
with them by their victorious adversaries,
twos a regular Waterloo, and explana
tions or apologist are not In order, hi the
Uguros uiutuiy but oloqasotly stpUln
Wtnlda't P Too Steeii.
iiuncf tbu rofoiuiois would replUlsb
the treasury by means of a tai of HO on
uvery bsnrf ball amt font ball club aud e
tux of too on every Kama played. Lin
some of the games it WOnld be well to til
buch a sum aa n ttue.
wilt dream of me
Saily Stout shouldn't wondtr,
very lighr inpptr,
l ate it
DRVN K K N Kt33
TOBACCO 11 ABIC
No Injections. No iii'.-.mv.-iooii. o No L.ss
ut time, 'i i -.ttii.ni- at your own iwuio. Uotes
after oilier inntlinilt fnif.
Ask rear druggist for PHO-BB'-tiOS). Con
sultstiun uml treatment free. Address, oon
Qdentlally, "PHO-RE'-NOS CUBE" CO,
ran ton, P:u
IN THE REALM OF SILKDOM
"There was a lime,'' the pai sou said,
"Before these duvs of sin,
When ladies wore one button gloves
Aud dreties to the chin.
But now they've ohanged all that again,
The style is different bless us!
Tbey button glovee up to the chin
And wear one button ilrentes."
- -MtHinu t'luiti-UnioH
Johnny (to t holly BUUpSOO who is court
ingsister LlBZie)- Oo you ever bito people,
( holly S. No, my littlo man. What
makes you ask such a question?
Johnny Why ,1 heard Pa tell Lizzie the
other day that you were the ouly sucker
left who would be liable to bite.
There is a married mau in Hoi
Springs who cannot bold the baby on his
lap a tew uiiuute, but before he was mar-
tried he need to hold nis wife on his lap
hours at a time. -IrA'anras Thouuu Cat.
Will buy in the
way of a
HIS is not our wu thought, but it ia ilte remark recentlv made bv one of iiu- mant imiv niiinimre
of our large, new collection of Silks: The countless styles, patterns and qualities shown by us now
would fill a volume if we wenl into detail. Japanese, Chinese, French and American silk looms an
epreseuted and in the acme oi' perfection in both the printers' and weavers' art,
To dwell in poetic fancy over them would bean insinuation upon your perceptive faculties, There
fore, we will simply ask you i call and see, when we are quite sure that your sense of ecstatic apprecia
lion will be aroused bj the spread placed before you.
In former years the purchase of a silk dress was frequently looked upon as an aei of extravagance
Today, really ji is a matter of economy, because silks are actually cheaper than high-class dress materials.
21-inch Printed Silk Pongees, that are good and very beautiful, only 29c.
21-inch Printed China Silks, of the most exquisite designs, 49c.
24-inch Real Japanese Hahtnai Silk, made upon hand looms; full of life and
durability; colorings fast; washable as any cotton fabric; every design; a poetic
dream of loveliness. Only G3c.
23-inch Corean Silks, cream grounds, floral designs, washable. Only 49c.
If you haven't secured one of our .(-button Kid Gloves, in
all colors, at 30C. a Par so before they are gone. They
cannot last the week out.
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
Scientist Have you ever contemplated
tli lirii. ; nttiopinutiutt ,,f Hli IL-ll-
fereness of leiral interpretation inSV I nnln',ii.fll ri M&t.vf At inti '
existed in the pant, thw present
duty of the board it clesr, aud a
prompt performance of that duty, to
tlie fullest extent of poisiti'.e resouross.
The Kntertaiued -Ben-iti
-tio. But I had
trans on "edaaatioa." it will bi re
called tuat its chief proptist biiusilf I wiH meet with general appro7al
lately undertook to conduct an "objH-t
Isssou." The cousequeaoss of that
gratuitous instruotioa ureet the eye
on every hand, its euiphitic paao -niuiH
of idle milU and woriclsKi latur
rs yt dances Lfore tli retina of the
American people. Mr HsQOOOk, in
nisi interview, pipes a shriil treola of
imitation, but bid note is drjwued out
in the thunder of the piopls'a protest.
His fortitude m iy command esteem,
but his prop'iati apparatus is evi lent
ly I'fliletsd with ftttal tltw.
Pennsylvania's ays and nay vote on
the Cleveland administration isn't cal
culated to lessen the ennui from which
Orover is said to suffer of late.
Tun jiner-1 of the anthracite region
evidently do not wan, free coal.
lr Mb. Sl.NGEKLY's harmony restora
tivs had oniy been applied earlier, tlie
plurality might liave been a plump
two hundred tbons uid.
The confidents of the Philadelphia
liecord in the inability of the Whitney
coiil syndicate to realt.-i on its Nova
Scottan options is one of the roost
touching delusions of our time, our
evidently thinks the
In Lur.nes-i for tiieir
Ex-SPEAKEB Reed's inference from a
recent Keytone occurrence is that
"when we gst at thes Democrats next
November they will simply be buried
la the trenchjs aud thehe.elboards will
contain the one word, 'Unknown.'"
And this iafersnee i-i entirely correct.
MEM ORAN Dl'MS
Has the honorable William Hints
any U'lmiuent to msKe npon the result
BREATHE PUriE AIR.
T'ue moralist who rowj serloQS ov.sr
the lundencies and tsaohing of a bad
book or a bad play usually has his la
bor for his reward People do not
in perceptible numbers go to the book
sutlls or to th) theater with the funda
mental purpose of receiving instruc
tion Perhtpstbisls a fortunate thing
in eome rtapsett. It certainly preserves
our ueneration from a quintlty of di
ductical erudition which would mnk)
life neither brighter nor bettor. Bnt
it is certainly nnfortnuate when. t. ;ik
Ing ndvantagS of the general desire for
iimns .mint, the novelist or tin drama
tist prtstnts s;nea that however en
tertaining, spread social contagion, an d
depict things that are false in them -Selves
and yet more fsiss in their rela
tion to the life thu ii nadsr delinea
tion. It is, for example, unfortunate that a
desire to snterttin, or to In thought
clver in his abilities to entertain,
should have earned Omar Wilde, here
tofore regarded as pare! v inoffensive,
to pn the play "Lily Win lerui -re's
Fan," which BOfSUtoniant have seen
twice this season While admitting
the polish aud the sheen of its caustic
epigrams, who ein honestly ny that
this play leaves with one a bettnr opin
ion of life and of mankind ; th.it H does
not Impart the impression of an Infect
ed and polluted atmosphere, ns oppres
sive to the healthy moral sense its it
vitiated air to lungs thut are vigorom
and sound? Tbo ooottnnel fuiiiinds of
bitter witticisms at the expense of mar
ital fidelity, social purity, honor, truth
and virtue mny be bright, kieti and nil
that sort of thiug. Iu fact, one is im
pelled, in spits of hiuHelf, to admire
the serpentine fascinations of this in
tellectual kind of - iti. charming. Bnt
are we ready, even In momentary grati
fication of the cynicism which i be
coming so common nmong us, to sur
render, or to view Without protest the
assumption that we are ready to sur render,
such fundamental things ns
uianlinesa in our men and womanliusss
in our women';
It may beold fogyism.it u idoubtAdly
is so regarded by SO increasing number
of our populace, In cliugto the solid
moral standards of the great middle
classes who, as Dramatist Wil I- telle
us, are "iiop'ilessly and iusutl'rab!y
good." But what we shall sacrifice in
perlness by such an old-fashioned taste
we shall be compensated for in added
happiness, comfort and self respect.
It will not then be necessary to send
our daughters Into another room when
we wish to discuis "society," nor to
Lackawanna's plurality for Mr.
Grow is the biggest thiuj; on record,
and ths next biggest thing is the plu
rality cast by Scrantou,
Tim OBEATSST mistake a party can
make is to f jrget t'ist, in the end, it is
answerable to the psople.
ONE CONTROLLER'S WORK.
Controller Reese, of Luzeroe, begins
nis official career iu a manner that may
male him jess popular ui newspaper
cilices, but Which will assuredly
' strengthen him among the people. He
has iefind to approve a bill ot 13,100
! for advertising the report of the county
i auditors In reven p ipt-rs ; and he gi veB
as his reasons first, that the law does
not permit more thun $1,000 to be spent
on th advertiMuent of this an lit , and
secondly, that the county comuussion
I ere, in approving this legal printing,
1 did not comply with the law which
makes it obligatory on thsin to adver
tise for bids on all bills in excess of
Those points seem to be well taken.
Both are very generally overlooked;
but so long as they are on the statute
boon, the only proper thing to do is to
insist upon their enforcement. It is
obviously UMlest to have a county con
troller if lie shall hot perform his duties
fearlessly nnd fully. This little objec
tion will doubtless prove merely the
first of a series of refusals on the part
of the controller to approve bills which
contravene the laworexbibic upon
their fsos an npps-tr mc of oafslrneas,
That there has been in LnEsrOS county
much auditing of h purely perfunctory
character, and that this easygoing tsnss
of official responsibility has been not
infrequently ntllissd by clever manipu
lators to thu county's direct detriment
nr suspicions amounting almost to
facts. In his etl'ort to prevent a per
petuation of this kind of malfeasance,
Controller Ileese will hit the cordial
Support of the great mass of taxpayers,
as well as the active symp ithy of nil
advocates of busloSSI reform in the
bnsinsta of governmaiit
The purpose tu view when the last
legislature created thsoAosof county
controller was undoubtedly just that
which has animated Mr. i it is
the desire to Imciose s check upon Blip-
shod inethols, whether Vsnsl or simply
cereless. The controller is Sttppostd to
do something more than merely attach
his signature to bills and accounts,
with a hasty glance ut their total , he is
snppcsed to investigate each mbjtot,
iu all its beariiiK, and act as the repre
tentative of the people as against serv
ants who are either negligent or delib
erately culpable, Controller ileese lias
begun well; and bis vigilance will
prove an admirable, investment by the
taxpayers of Luzerne.
THERE is no a priori reasou why tha
pupil of a University should not at the
same time be a genileman.
Lit! HVL the Democrats carried
twenty-one counties in this state.
Lust Tuesday tbey carried only twelve
counties. Next Novembar they will
have to be content with Bsrks, Clin-
ln Lent she seeks a sad seclusion
No moras dancer or a f easier,
A dormant bud but in profusion
Of luvliuets she'll bloom at taster.
She Mr. Knox is snnfa a goml mau' lie
could net well be spared from the coui'n U
nlty, could he:-
He Well, that depends upon the
amount of life insurance lie curries,
a e e
Some Passino Tuooobts,
A swelled head is often more damaging
than dynamite to the owner.
It is always essier to see the point of u
joke that is cracked at the expense of the
An attempt to reason with a fool is gen
erallv as fruit lessun results its un effort to
dry the OCSM with a ten cent spouge.
Many a man has mistaken a f igh of tol
eration as a wave ot public Sentiment
calculated to near him QU to greatness.
Promisee, like cut glas-, are often orokeii
wuh HXeU8ive results.
A truly good Dan dues not necessarily
wear n Ubel.
A nocturne with sixteen-tlnger varia
tions, if well rendered, at times may ap
pease the aoul-felt longings of the average
husband. F.ut the occasions are less fro
quant than those when a platter of nicely
cooked sausage, accompanied by brown
buckwheats, will till the void more lie
Kot e Fair Division.
II ),r(, PD( itiprtH,
ManlOlpalittSS have had nothing to do
with bringing on tho hard lime und yet
10 far. tlie great burden of finding employ
ineiit. tor tllOSs ont of work and snccoriog
tlione in oitii-,s nas ii'.iinii upon munici
pautie.t. Tbey are obliged, nut only to bear
the burden of individual folly, but to meet
the difllenltiea that corns from nations! im
No, It'S Jut The Tribune Way.
M'iUit t0Qfn Tuiien.
It is a little surpri-oDg that two morning
papers, possessing the same facilities, and
natural rivals In popular lavor, too,
should present so strong a contrast iii
their city election reports ns did the
Sf;a . i Trisi .i- and Republican. The
repor f the former whs away abead of
II. "f lbs latter iu respect to Scruntoli's
Th Sraduated Hpiy.
IPrtsi Sarrft kiriinl,
Here's the way Pennsylvania answers
the tariff tinkers:
1892, Lilly's plurality 03,000.
isw. .lacksan's plurality IU,000.
IS'.M. Draw's majority anywln-re b,'
twesu r,u,';i"i snd 80U,000,
rftads Their Opinion Contpicuoin
The wofklsgmsn cf Psnnsylvasia on
Tuesday not 'only reafflrmefl their belie f
in the doctrine of a poun'tive tariff but
they nailed the fact on the wuiisof history
wuh ibO.ouu ilx-laoh tpikss,
Win Nd rtrn-ni nw Prlaetplss,
fhlladtlplila Hirvni, Dun,
There must he a iforgsuizution, so as 1o
mako iieuitwrMiij polloles pffectlVo rattier
,hsn Democralle politicians consequential
Ssmoorsey'e Bhinderi win Do Iti
PeantylVsnta'S Verdict aguinH ta'IO re
form nsrrowly ascapss briny unanimous,
a few mora Democratic blunders win
make It so.
Aimilci'j Ja I I ,,,i ,
'Iruu l imn.
The fulled Unites sflpreml court dors
not lack for BOlSr. Tlmre ia a Urar, a
Brown and h lute on Its bsnoh. And the
men who railed of coutlrmstlvii feci blue,
That Dod Will Not Work Now.
I'tt.Ltite'ithi'i ii ft.
For ones the Democracy oamot stngver
to its feet. Win the gom from Iteeyct
with ilie back ot Its hand nnd (clrim i ti a
pip.ug treble: Never touched inc. '
Hiatus Not Tft l''ornttnn.
Wtlkf s-mfi e TYMea
draw's tremendous majority in the state
notifies Mr. llurrliy that the lilaiuti ideas
ass not ysi obliterate from tn minds of
OOtttdn't Bar Ilia Booth Doors.
I'enusylvaniit was shut out from the
ways and means committee heuriuga, but
it made itseit heard at the polls.
Oflke Supplies ot all kinds
Inks and Mucilages
WIRT,WATERM AN and FRANK
1.1 N FOl NTA1N PENS.
Agents for Crawford's Tons and
Buck's Flexible Rrtbber Stamps.
DO YOU SELL?
OR ARE YOU
of Mixed Candy, Clear Toys,
tu any sis le of Candy r Nuis,
Express Wagons, Velocipedes,
Tricycles, Doll 'u1h, Hi huh
or Toys of - ery k lud.
China Dolls, Wax Dolls,
Patent Molls, Jointed DolLs,
oui kind of doll from 25c to $15
SLEDS OR SLEIGHS
For Hoys, Girls or Dolls
Maple, :ik or Irou, from I
We have the goods nud our
prices are right. Wholesale
IRON and STEEL
j 111. U K DIAMOND
; l (Tits SPECIAL
. KAN'DERtsON'H :xr;Lisn
j JEHSOP'iS KNGLISR
j lldltst; SHOES
w u.i:v i.
RUSSELL VM WELLS
C L l l INO MACHINES
W Vi.iN w HEBLS
It. R. SHIKLi
Stationers nnd Engr&veri.
SI 7 LACKAWANNA AVli
314 Lacka. Ave.
Wemakea SPECIALTY of rapplvlngc sn
mittijy tor .intiuy Seboole, Palre, Pesslfols
Wholesale and retail dealer.-.' in Wagonniakers' au-l Bltcksmitlu'
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
BCBANTON AND W1LKCS-BARBB. PA, MAKCFACTCBESS 01
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING NiACHINlRV.
General Guice. SCRANTON,
CAPES 18 INCHES DEEP.
FiTin b rmiiy Cspse, IS Inches deep 8 00
A-tlrnkliHii t'a,vi, " .... 4 Wl '
Ahi i itkiiau i lepes, " Ami
Atsiutwui Capee, " " .... .
Uvod Opoeaoin Capos " " .... woo
Uoneer laifHsu, M H .... II UO
St :.!(.'. ! , " " .... I4J8
Nat Otter Capes, " " ....
Nat Otter Cetpn, " " .... MOO
k -. m i - i Cnpee " ' 1'
Beaver CSpee, " S5 0U
HntrlnUapee, " " .... isw '
leal or Pereleii Capes " " .... -o JO
AluliH Si-al t'liVfu. " " .... "Ki
Alaska Seal Oanee. " " .... ""'
Mmk Canes, " - .... mjuu
Brutfii Mm tun ( uia " M .... I.'.1 IW
CAPES T) INCHES DEEP.
SALE OF TIE
Aitinkliiin l'.-tii". '.'
Ualtl,- H., ( uuhii
Bleetrlo Heal Capes,
Vreneh Cones Capee,
Mink ,.,. ,.
wowu liarten i t ,e .
m t Capesi
. II nu
. is on
. II UI
. OO UI
. rji In:
Highest Cfisli Prices Paid tor Raw Furs.
EDWIN G. LLOYD
433 Lackawanna Avenue.
For the Next 10 Days.
100 pieces Twilled Toweling, best) 10 pieces Black Cashmere, worth
quality, bleached, 3 'c.
6o pieces Glass Toweling, re
blue check ;, 4 'j.C
1 2 1 c . onlv 5c.
1 and 1 05 pieces Cashmeres, all
worth :sc, only 21c
, sie 8-.
litres 1 ahle
1 lamask and
Linen (wide) 35 1
( a ;cs
.Sc., onlv 4;c
enso Fruit of the Loom Muslin,
warranted one yard wide,
c.ne Unbleached Muslin. I yd.
wide. Sc. quality, only 5-;c.
cases New Dress Calicos, worth
; c a yard, only 4 ''4c.
10 Ladies' Jackets, all sizes, worth
adies' Jackets,all sizes, worth
$10 to $12.50, only $5.
? i- ' n r : V r
Odi i.auie iMCiinu v csis
and Pants, 50c. quality, only
dozen Ladies' Wool Ribbed
Vests, worth $1.25, only 65c.
dozen Cicnts' Natural Wool
$1.25 Underwear at 75c.
do.'. Gents' t '-rey I nderwear,
75c. quality, only 44c
SALE AT BOTH STORE!
308 Lacka. Ave.
400-402 Lacka, Ave.
ASK YOUR GROCER AN0 INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO
eCHANTON, l' .
EVERY HAM AND RAIL OF
wktkadk huh .lied THE ST0WERS PACKING CO., SCRANTON, PA
i ans fiimli
(Ml A HOfc
AVI N U MA UK 11 rBtrCt wltli S
laitiny lo torn out l,ll
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