Weekly coast mail. (Marshfield, Coos County, Or.) 1902-1906, July 09, 1904, Image 6

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News of
DBNIKD HISWFOROKMKNTS
JiOirdon. July 1
Tho Control XwV
f. iWuntbiirit coiTCimlcnt win, Tvo hmtfrpd HumImw wcdftntwort
lust i l itl In military circle that Jl3W wtrttt wiwtwtml
Kuropntktn has Iwii denied ndrtitiomtl , .iwi ."rt Towtfn Tlwj. t
forces, ho having asked for a qimrtfr! , A pinion of thp .norlawtttfrn col
ol n million, owlup to the burden nl- at: t of the Japaiitat nrBiy h won
mnd.ron the country, nnd liitonl,1WiSstal,oIUui:i i mlWnortliwwt
ultuhv. ' f "P ShnUiMB.
Kmttttr hM i dtywttUi report up
uussian l'osmui; inmsxAUiiK miBJiiiaHehoniUiirni.
l!om July l-The Jiiaa lection ; ' $ !' "
'husraitlmt tho Japan amy i..oc &J 'itro ccenutol l' Shni'..
now almoin touch with Knropat. j pain amy of & Jl '
Lin's cmnmnuica'.io. Tho Riifclw'uwnilvMldwaKMtl.
lMittoant Lino Ynnjr i said to I . ' '
.. , TobH July A trrcti of l?uh:n
ueoominp ntennb!e
. sriscfcc. .be Japan out iost nl Mo
'i&SSlAKS WITHDRAW TROQl- thK'.ln ytm Monday, but won n-
Tolao, July 1 Knropfttkln idui vn7. Jotts 80 kUloHXMW'oiiudiiil,.
Wiickol burg nro hnrriodly withdraw- T.te JupatHiM eamlti"s worts oaly five.
to
luc their troops from Cni Claws in aa
tc:davor to arrivo nt Lino Ynajr :n
lime to s t!:e JnpaiNo, ndvnncins
trr the height o2 Tuns Kins-
, AVAL FIOJiiT
QttsfcaJt'tv 1 Tho wiptain of tho
i
' " ' " v.'vr' , ,
hteemcr ClHftUiw juit nrrlwl . rOK)rt
V. Jupuntwu float of two ImttJo-
t rod five iTulMsw, wore acHvoly
vseil, iroeuaiably with the Rxu.'
'M.n,fleeMhouPh..,iHi0Onld not I
"rve .
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SiUAUBON ilKTURN '
r. ItJfcrolmrj:. July I Skt-ydlotf
mwt. froBi,, Vlndivwtok that tJn-
V.fcrtcj "
wqnadnoji which bombarded 6u Saa
r!vCTiJel Ui?y todiy.
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HEAVY F&fTXKG ;
... in.X'eieriiuurf;, Jiwy i-uom
(iillasky reiwrtH that th5 Jt.imno- in
the aeichborhooil of Port Arthur, en
. . . ,
the ar,thT dellveren thTifb niuuooaartnl
'tf.vanfcioii Monat D'avtlasn rriw
Kreat los. . p ,
Oa Jhe hc.-na day the Jnpaue.-e Iwx-
lurried tho co.int from Syobindas bay
if iixiuujiiu.ii. w.,. ....if, i.ic .uj.ii
'he Scivlyai retired to ,Lun Waa..y.
Mhich the Juj)nni',uv:tkod Bad were
auin ippuUeO. Ou the Mime d?y t
l,n-p forca of the enemy uttachad AnriV
iimii;!a, tea miler- from Port Artbnr,
ju.-Uaaking the Rnwiuiw, who ret'ro',
I
m-Ski joi lo t r j
.-A ,rtzt Jnii.inwo.f(rc?i('inisrehiar
.pern ft.iluy .to Houiuin with icon::-
i TV..ln.l K.Ja 1.a TNttt eln !
.ria l.ni?rri(.
ALL MUST FIGHT . ,
'Cheofoo, July 2 A rujwit if"rem '
Port Arthur thin mornini: hit j ;fcnt '
thn RuHblaa authoritiM ther)V iaei
clanuri all IheyihoirS in the tv:i, uiu
fled the AXfr, and' the lest of ,hei
niM.-'ail) tea's iaehidiaK over able
) died man, have l.'eoa eat out to th( :
treaehen yi3j'.r?io evirtont tJion.Kn ,
that a ful''nmuit Vom t'w land i.ldej
1 1 'a ni'nui.t. " I
TALK F INTER VKNTICX
Iteyc, Jslyvfi h'evernl jHtjtv.
i-i! i.t ro '
t:a;a 'inr the ioubh ato oxeh- t' v
t.a,..iart:.e m9M a:o uxta r- i.
;ows wiwittnu ouject or tnutni; w. .. i
..,,ct::oneeflr-Hu.p,lo:,6?.hr..
UimiiiX'o Far Kant doint: ihi
t-.'.uy fceayn, to nttomjit fi-ind!) :... r-'
vention.
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RUSSIAN SUCCESS
". Poftivl r-v-July 2 Tlas rourhe
iu .u.. rejw i thnt thoRusjIan forces '
liavo eiijitured Talien, Motion LiiiK and
l'V3) CJm ChoK piojses out of which '
Hoy wero fouled by thu Jtijmueto on'
Tuesday last.
Loudon, July C Tho Central News'
'J'tiklo oomwjwudont rojiovtj that l:o j
iOntriil 4;oltunu of .thoj. Jajiu:wo Jlvs;
army now cocr.pies n linn urnrly i)
the War
uiiU'' it) Ig!i lwel alotlini mi
nnd :Teiki jww. .
Vhc tirni!Ilcl I'lituiin. I
'Cyjni ie ttt ikiUimIuiii nstil liyUnH'y J
nnlc or int! nchl nro cousktwwl ly
ItWt JlCnjllo ts) Ih.' Rbotit the not JMll
iujotts of knuw ii sntRtniKK. This Is ,
i!) prror. T!.cy nrt the nwtt rr.r!l!y
ct'::' : cf nil Hioiii. bet u.it the most
lotrt. Onv ilrrji of pnro jrnwle nvM
:I-ch1 Ii th ciV of n laro Uoi: wl!I
U w,th1 wo fcHWdft n.j sueh a
'tow? will ! a njr.a. Iiut tlwre lt an
. Mf ljnT.;.na,.m!tli p.'rt of n
?r.ln tf whk-h will hill n iimwJpthJl
?"l "-mrl. 1h. w'tlio do .Ml,,t th,.
i'i liii iv.' S.p.j4 U0 t!nu3 : a toxic rh
Brrph jpil Kiieliiili.
Thre ls '"" ""' Hjtwon tho
-inclosit ail the modern Greok tonsu.s
tlmti U)two?n Chnnvvr'1 KdIU.'i anl
Mlis,,b of wtay-
p Lw.
"Hwe Ii a promWns ulnluc ileal In
vluVt I want to Kx y in nn f.-c
j, Coor."
-"No. thank-. I Lare li hit !n ki
the ground tlocr of nilnliiK Ul be-!
fore only to Vw droned Uotrr. lata thv j
basemunt.- j
Sac Kasw It.' I
"WIhtc this country aaa tl prwt i
lvrntnp hi to lu abonac of raw
MKitwhU."
Krv material! I ahotsltl say no.1
imUfltvt from th line of yaun umm
who hnvo bon calllnc ou me tills win-,
trr
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New Uw For i hem. I
'Itllnki fh tV.t tU"re l ft fortuntf
m ni iifn i J. i f im inem inoroiiKn
ly tralneir' '
"Tralno.t f- what to ly (s.s:"
..No. to Hojph ,, the weN In the
an!ea aiwl lw;ve tjie phuitA"
AfJorjJ Jt
'-What la the manor with Mrs.
J":7''i"
"Nfrrous prostration."
-I rtMn't know Jones had ns much
:iwv n nil that."
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I Iiav .-rl rtinitrm in - M
tfCUtbVrH kt Stock and Poultry Mcdl.yj
IHtTI l -..-.. .v w yw 1
. VLI
L (ir.t tul wi p'e. zul lo ny thet I ntvu &
A "T',w'S',"w','l "-1 $'" " ki
bitit04 ljitm. I hurtiiy rtcsm. S
it ccr. it u w . Mrs u iwcx.
J. B. UUSHER. St. Uwh.
Mo
icic i.Jt ( y- Jtry tttotfld ot
hu i Uff.fi wex A any more than
ktck )rriM naoold expect to be
cul by food. ( hen your utoclc
-mA jKwItry ztp i-k yivtt them uud
icii e. Uun't. t'.uff iv in with worth
t, Uf V food . ("ulnad the bowsU
and tir up t.'.e torpid lm-r and tho
animal v.il ht i iiA, if u lxi poiiN
lie to cure it. lllack'Draucfht fitotk
tti.u i'ounry .Memtme unload? tho
bowel i and niin un the torniil Jfver.
It cares every i.i.il.idy of stock if
taKen in time, net-tiro u w-tent can
of Hlstck-Draiittht Slotk and Poultrv
Medicine and it will ikiv for itself fi'ti
t'uataover. Hcr-eawo.-k better. Cows
civo more Jinlk. Ilo'fj L'aix. I b.
Aiidl'.slayi oraetutt. It solve the
t rohleiii of jt.aL'inj,' a niuch blopd, I
.leih and vnwjy aj ponblo o-iV of
tho K.nalk-.t :i- lotuit of foxl, .Con-'
auined. i'uy a can front your deafer.
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Woman and
International
Arbitration
lly M. CAH.UY THOMAS, Prctltlcnt
of Nryn Mwr Collrd
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AWTHrLYATTOXAL
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dr
movoinonts ii which wo may look for rapid promos
WUEX WOAL1CX BliGlX T,0 'JJAKK A D15KP
Jvli TNTKUEST LiN" NATIONAL ANH JNTKK
NATIONAL AFFAIUS.
, Thoro nro nmnv reasons for thinking ilils, hut I
will mention only tho threo moat, iijiportant: I'i rat, yromon suitor
far inoro.fronj tho CONSKQUJi.OKS of war than num. 1 fool wry
puro that, if men hntl to stay at )iomo nnd wateh ami pray nyIuIo their
yWq6 ami daughters fought they would not ho as willing to go to
war as they nro now. Those of us who remember hearing southern
women toll of their agony of helplessness, waiting for nowa that
was always bml news, while their fathers and brothers nnd lovers
yero away from thqm lighting nnd of courso it was just as hard
for women in the north must realize that IN VAR WO.MKX
IIAVK AlUCir Till. 1IAKDKU KOl.K.
, Sepond, war destroys n groat (hvil that women as iv tox ean
moat for. 1 have sometime wondered whether tho happy position of
American women, tho honor in which thev are held bv American men
nul tho deference showu them, which U really peculiar to Amerien
and QtPKKSSKS KVKKY KCKKIUNJCU who comes to this coun
try, is not due to the fact, that in tho past wo have not had standing
armies, so thnt otir sons nnd brothers and lovors have not lx-n sepa
rated from homo life at tho most formative period of their live and
Oiompcllod to Hvo together in military barracks, w'lioro circumRtances
Mem to inakq it almost uunvoidnblo for them to lead u life that fop
ever afterward lowers their rwpoct for women.
t H
After living four yonrs in Gormnrry nnd Frnncd, t reached the
conclusion that much in tho attitude of (iermnus ami K ranchmen
KAtrnrd women, which is so immeasurably different from tho attitude
of Aiuertam men toward American women, .MAY HIC KX
PLA1XKD BY MILITARY CONSCU11TIOX and all its dis
nstrotis consequences for tho homo lifo of a nation.
Third, women in the past have led lives at home, carefully
guarded from a groat deal that i.s 'unpleasant and this will always
li the ease for a largo number of women in the future and they are
therefore more sen.Mtivo than moil to tho unrighteousness of war.
' THEREFORE VHEN WOMEN COME TO EXERCISE A DIRECT
INFLUENCE ON AFFAIRS THEY WILL, I BELIEVE, EXERCISE AN
INFLUENCE ON THE SIDE OF ARBITRATION THAT WILL PROVE
T.O BE WELL NIGH IRRESISTIBLE.
The Interisland Traffic
Of tfee Philippines
Dy W. II. TArT. Scrrepry of Wr f
u V ' t'W not tho civil governmcnt.of the Philippines winkod at
Wv ti,e atimilation of native and foreign vescl that -is, of
tfrjcpfc foreign corporatioim tvan.'-forring their vessols to Aiueri
iStf? L"u ,1 ''''!'mn eoutyiiuii tho intcrislnnd trade of thu
jtffBZHzP vhm inrM (jQrjj-j) X0T have BEEN CAR-
i
PilED ON.
Tho situation is that of fenliiifr a starving man. Tho interchange (
cf cotumo Mtics of the different iilamU is a ncceM-ity. Tt is likely that
ii a i?yi"M of small ii::es proiaileu tho SAIE ships that arc now
nrajred in t'-e trafiie would continue to handle it in violation of tho
fMn-twMo laws. If the vessel? that have been permitted in this fashion
fo earry fri'it were ylmt out, I don't know what would happen, i
the r;:oPLE :on.i) not get along, .
The State Shanks Wonlan -(
. , With ttte Criminal!
" " By MjJ.Ln DEIUycpA. PrcolcJcnt Lqiiil .SurtTjtfo Leitfuo,
A rjO'i dfrnnchisod, stands iu"li falso( position to tho';
wf governimJut. f6w can sho comciontioUsJiy1 teach a child j
.u iHJiHK- biiiiu wiiicii iJxoi)j. wjto jicr, which raiiKj;
her ehurncte'r' nnd hor intclligcnco with that,' of a C'RLM-i
IXAL and tlio UJiYATm? . '( ' " "
mm
There is no truth in Iwr lessons
of others' rights when her hoys may go forward to tho franohiwj and'
iiur girls have to fiieo tho fact that, til though irmenalde to1 iill'ilio',
i... ... . . . ! '
conditions ot tho govci'nment, they linvo AJ3S0LUTJSLX T0 VOJCJC
in tlio laws which coirtTol tlioso conditions. "5"'' "'
IT IS THE DAIL.V INJUSTICE 0F AN ENFRANCHISED CLA3S
RULING A DISFRANCHISED CLASS, A PUBLIC ACKNOWLEDGMENT
CF THE ARI8T0CRACY OF SEX. ' f f
Tho mother of'tiio future, taking hor rightful plnc'o, rcwjpii.iiig
her duties to tho state as supplementing tlioso of her h'ome, will go
into tho jury box and for tho first time n woninn who 'lias brolten the
law will be judged by A JURY 01? llEJt VFAmii. 'Tho judged
chair will be open to woman's ability, and tho power of woman's
opinion may bo crystallized into law. ty '
THE DAY WILLCOME WHEN NO PUBLIC OPINION, NO VOICE
OF CARDINAL Off JKllVd, 'Wt) AfiDITRARY RESTRAINT OF STATE,'
SHALL DARE TO LIMIT Hfin INTFI I inuwrp no- nuveoeeDC wi-miit
HnR usefulness;'
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nrbitrntlon Is, I think, onh of tho
.1
of iustice for nil and clinsiduhitiorr'
-it.
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Why Manual
Labor Is
Indispensable
SfTMOWEVKH striuigo and
5filAi ,ivo xn luxu' ",low
WW H tinuu to livu m wnli
m&
:4ml
lotibt for a jnomont
mm
before jour conscience, before Clod, and therefore it
is essential and MOST IjSKFUL TO aIANKIND
and that my activity, hqwover useful it.-mijy seeiu to some people,,
loses, I hppo no.t all, but oorlaiidy tho greatest portion of its flmi?
eanco, through not allowing tho moat important sign of tho S1N0JJK
1TY of w.hat 1 preach. ( f
, A short timo ago a clover and religious Americauj, Wiljiam Jen
wings Uryan, was in my house, and asked, me why J cqnsiilor.common
manual labor, indispensable. 1 told hiiu Unit, firstly, it Is a hign of
aiiieoro KECQCINITION 01? THE QUALITY OE tf)X, see
(jndly, that it brings us nearer to the majority of the workingi,pooplo,
from whom wo are fenced oif by a wall, if wuj profit by their need;
thirdly, Unit it gives us tho highest bliss and peace of conscience,
vhiqh no sincere man utilizing thu work of slaves has or can ever
have, i . i i i
J In education, physical ns well ns mnfitnl, T r,upposo. Hint thu most
important thing is notitd TOKOE anything on ehjldron; all the mow
in this necessary) when it comes to tho most important subject re
ligious education. r
. Just-arf it is useless and harmfn? to feed -a child whon it does "nob
want to cat or to force a child to study subjects which do not interest
it and wluch are unnecessary lo it, so it is oven more harmful to teach
children religious conceptions about which they do not nky and hi niont
oases 'formulate them crudely and thus DESTROY THAT RE
LIGIOUS ATTITUDE toward lifo which at this timo may perbnp
uuuousciouily develop and establish itself in tho child All that Ia
necessary, it seems to mo, is jo answer, but to answer TRUTl I l'MJ LI A ,
tiho questions asked by u child. It seems very simple to answer truth
Sully tho religious questions' of achild but in reality only he can do
'A who Im3 nusworod to himself truthfully religious quo.itjon-ubout
f'tod, life, death, good and evil, those very qhostions which children.
always ask so clearly and definitely.
' AND HERE COMES TRU3 THAT WHICH I HAVE ALWAYC
THOUGHT REGARDING EDUCATION THAT THE ESSENCE QF EDU
CATING CHILDREN CON8I8T8 IN EDUCATING ONESELF. HOWEVEn
3TRANGE THAT MAY SEEM, THIS EDUCATION OF SELF IS THE
MOST PdWERPUL TOOL OP THE PARENTS' INFLUENCE OVER
I -
THEIR CHILDREN.
I'tirtmip Spent un lliilloiia.
Porty thotiMiiid jxainiU wuh ild by
Iiiil.i XIY. for one net of biittoiix for a
waistcoat. Thin monarch hail u jkwI.
tlvo iminhIoii for biittouri, and lu the
year WN" he ent a very law ninount
on thlrt hobby. Aiiioiik the Iteum of his
expenditure two are worthy of note
AiU'UKt, 10S.'. two dlnmni(J buttons
07,."iUl francii; vvpntytl)' diamond
buttons .VMl,703 francs. It lo eHtlmatinl
llmt durhiK bin lifetime he Hpeut ll.
X).C4X) ou buttous alone, and that at n
tlim when the empire of l'rahco wna
lu i) Htate of baikruptey.
ivith the Mkiti ot KnnHtiy ornencq
ror.ie of them wove a litter, ffi which,,
the body was placed. The pathetic
Utile proamnion moved lu tbQ solemn,
liiHcrulnble forent. ,
When the troo had fulP-n It had
rniHlied throucli the top of nnothur,
leitVliiK RUHpendcd In the bnuichefl of
the latter n Ioiik. heavy llinb. A nllht
Uti-otu dlMJr-Uu.tl IL lleurv 1'iiul w
.Murln Aiitntnrtln'a Slinwt.
.inrlo Antolielto'rt lucu ahawl, which
khe Karo on tho NeafTold to her father
eoiifi'rtHor, tho Ahbo do POrme, Ui Htlll
lu oxIritL-nco. The nbhe, who einlfniti
ed, left it at Ida death to tho 1'rclnto
Ktrohnch lu ISroHlau. It has wince patm
ed throiiKh tho hiuidiv of two or thieo
clerKyinciiiund was ilutihy pruienled to
the ehiireh nt Nennedorf by 1'iutor
IlelnriC'liH, , i
Kfil it I'urorllo l'lnw t'nliir. I
Red seeniH to ho tho most popular ot
national rotors If lhij,"t may ho iiMcd.iiH1
erlterlons Of tho twouty-ilvo leadlnaf
national Ihi;, ulnelnu have nil In
them. The .um cannot bo iUl of any ,
other color. The chief IIjik Unit ur4l
uiai-Ued wllh ud ire thuio or tho nult-'
id itt.ttiM.i KtiKbind, Krmu;9, Oonnuny, t
AiiKtrja, Italy, ;Hpaln. Detftnarlc, Ilel'l
kIiiiii, Mjvodcii, Kwltxorlaud, Ttlr.'y,
Me.lco, Olille. i'culmr.il tuid Vene'un'il. I
A SrmplMiii.
Tomrtlx -Wliat rvitwin have you for
thluklritf you fiavo hay fever? Ilnjitx '
llecaii80 every timo I meet a khih I
widow I HiicczOt-iChlciiRti Jourtiul.
-. , i
EnthrjdiiHtlr mediocrity often ihihscii
for iiihyit, A 'it)l HnliHno lamot more ,
nutritious than. a cold sauHae,A Imt It (
In mora highly tntluht at I'tu'Vu
Whon n bad Prnl)y returns ahovo It
into tho slot muchlho.
Fow doctors have Jfpr tlwlr motto,
"Let well onotiRb alotio.M
Whon a wonuBlni;oB In wuulilnj! ,v)U
could hardly provo It by ,tlus ntylo-of
hot hat uh 1m pscii hlontf tho utrot j
lly COUNT
tUO TOLSTOI
lifHl
unkind it njay somn that J, who
in.VHolf l0 'tt,vv (,t'l0l'rt, (i) con
l ll) il ll0,llly hucauso J, do not
that your lifo is a good ojip good
" . .
A Softer Druth.
"I never could lovo a man with
whither." ,
"Vou'ro projiidlcod. They nro tnueh
pleaiauter to love than one with it
heard of two dayn' Krowth."
,
Dsjdly intuit. ,
"Thnt man 1 wuh Judt tnlkln to he
Mtllitl toe, and 1 Hlmll newr speftk to
him npilu."
"Did ho null you to no to work'"
' One Gxccpllon.
''Don'.t you iK'llovii tho trtinla hould
be HinnMliPilV' ,
-All oxeept the ewt truL"
The Mnmmoth nnd the Alosquito
,T
"V
ra
Wlmt li' come to (.i lu tlioimxudi of
yen m'ciiin h.inll)"ircdll)U'. 1'riinltiw
m in, u winkllnif In comp.iriiinii 'o moilctn
litr.ii, wax ulik to cotuiiicr the i.-irc moil.
Mv! of lliiiii.iiul of yenm o, nucli nn
the Adiiiinwlli, nnd to dny they nre dritd
fori (vi : yit the 'iiiniuitiltn nnd fly hnvo
tievi't lii'iti i.-oiifttirml. It in now timo
for the HckntlflWclcvlHC mclhodn for kill,
iuc the uioquilo nit'd fly, no tli.it they will
t:o to Join tie iii.oatitntu and the mounter
lliiriN, Tin iaopiltoct nnd flli'H are dan
y, roa I'liciab it titan hecmnie.tliey prend
(.oiit.iuioii The tnopilto often c.i.trlcH thu
(fitniof iiiiil.n in with IiIn hltc, The home.
lly.iipfe'dH ciTiim of dihcnHr jivcr our food,
Thi'M! I'lictcriil Krriih, ever loOitlii for
the weak Hpol, And a plate la, our lilood,
and tin ii wc MifTcr from Ktlp, cnUrrh, con
ituriptioii, or iiiul.irin,
J)r, It V. Pierce, chief cotniulthifr phyid
clan to the Iavalldii' Hotel mid Huruicnl
IiiHlitillei at lluintlo, N. Y Hnyti: "There
voald hoio tcrlp epidemics the Kernm of'
coiiminiptlmi,' on nuiUrlih would Had no
place In the liuinnti ecouoiay, If the blood
were pure, If the lurlcA. heart and other
ortratii were fed oa uiiod blood, I'oIhoiiu
hIioiiIu not be ullowcil to ccutauUtc hi the
1i1it il Ik ttnfm It la tial In tnt ti itill
laxutlVe ut' ItffYrt'Wicc
"""J I k iw fin. .fm "" ' mwHn,iitm
a weeK," Mien u
vcKclalltif 'lnintlvc on Dr. l'lerce' PlenHiiat
Pllll'trt eOilUiCk'liot
thhiK which could liaiin
mr njfnitiii.
ie wyHiciu. i
j'or piutiiiK me mood m oruor, ww n.i n
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