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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1918)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
W. O. SMITH
Published dally except Similar by '
Tbe Herald Publishing Company ot
Klamath Falls, at 115 Kourtb street '
I iTru. sinri.Kiiiis on hum, imiim'mncs
MtOVll TIIK PPOPI U OP I IMS 111 V AMI VIP1.MTV.
(.oiMis am) uomimis or i ir vi. polks
Entered at tho postoITlce at Klain
ath Falls, Ore , for transmission thru
the malls aa second-class matter. ,
Babscrlptlon terms br mall to any
address In the United States. a
One yoar - & M I
On month ... .60 .
liati Savage Is lu loun (or a tew
..is from Fi'it Klamath
Mrs T II. I.jnch in In the ltv for
few dars from Mei rill.
I'lii'i .Hi gu'
Is .it tin ll.lll Hole) to.
1 J. firwr was unions tbo train ar
rivals last night from Ashland Me
I U registered at the Moid Mall.
Mrs A Fa i nsworth Is utiiout; thej
t.iorx from the outsldo districts to I
d.r She Is a guest at the Itutol Hall j
fitn Phllmtulti. j
To Old Carpet Baggers
f.ONUON, (I'nrrftpoiulom'c of tint pi iro I ho vonlutl tfo v officii.. n chom
MILKMAN, DIRECT FROM BELGIUM, STARTING
DOG TEAM ON DAILY ROUND IN NEW YORK
Member of tin voclnleil Pro
The Associated Press Is exclusive!) ,
Mtltled to thcxuso for n publication , Untbrook. who operates a tanch
ot all news dispatches credited to It ,, yM u look,B art(r htM.
or not otherwise crediUd In this pa- . . ... ... .,,
per" and also local new published " Inwreau hi Klamath Fall
""Alfrlehts of repul.llrar..n of .-re-' A Kall.M. who operates n goucral
.i.i .tt.niiia hnmm lire .i!mi re- K ro at .Maun, was a roumy jwii
served lstor yesterdiy from that district
Associated Press i Yrto llolahevlk
government In llusshi Is described b)
a ii an who lecentl) returned from
that country us ' ii carpet bag gov-
, J M llodford one of the official i eminent of the most (Intermit sort"
j tbV Klamath Indian Heservotlun is !l t.eoiolleull, he as Hie llolshevlk
In Klatnath Fnlla for a short time-government Is popular and supposed
-looking after matters of official bit-1 to represent tho will of the working
i masses, tbriiout Itussla In practice
Imii1 Sox lets have been bowled over
; vhencvor they failed to satisfy Mos
Theodore Uase Jr. of Mt LaM ro
Mumed to Mare Island Naval vnrd t
to pay Hunks and Industrie of till
sit would be nation tilled I'ltles
tu fiiiin laud and ell) proper!) would
et In the government
Workmen, the traveler a). loin
pose less than 10 per cent of the
population of Itussla, Uoiismiuenlly
th assumption of spokesmen of ra
ill cil labor circles to socialite Mussta
was more cblmerlrul than It would be
lu a highly ludusirlnllted rouiitr)
Ti'isiinv lik-riMltKlt :ii. nits ; Andrew McKee and
cmo In vpstorday from Chtloquln
.....- ...... ....I.,, . ' iow officials, and outsiders have been Itussla Is an unorganised prlmlllvve
,.,.rrny .,r n ... .. m. piuttul In control A far. propo.tlon iil.rcullural countr)
Herald's Classified Advs.
jijinjmjtixsj"f y-ii-riiJ,ir,i -- - - - - -
WANTED Job cooking In lumber
camp by first class experienced
coek: married woman Mr Hen
llond, 131 4th st. 30-:t
O r Kbleu nu pirentF, tits nruther Austin is
also home for the holidays from iir
of tho traveling comnilsjurs who go
j shout Itussla on armored tr.ilns to
J keep the local Soviets III Hue lire de
!ch rod to bo agitator doin New Vork
' nml Lnntliin
NURSES STRANDED OFF FRANCE' " ku""",' ' described as ni-
j alogmis to such a relo as tuljelit be
' Ii- aglned to orlgiuitc with workmen
Ml-rrZ IVc 31 Thlit -three Am- t ONHON 1). Jo - The American I r N,,n Vork and Chicago ParryliiK
n...,n wm.mln.1 snl.llers In :. waid of traiiMieri Tetmdores. which left New ! the analoKy. such a ROVernment
' ' " I
CHEER R. C
FORD FOR SALE
a hospital bere who wore left behind J Yi rk for llrest. December 1Mb. was
b- the nermann when the) evacuated stranded on the rocks neir the Nle
-Che.ip for cash J"1 rtieered and suoutetl wuen two oi uyeu in ire u.iy oi iuhihj. mm
Phone 22M or 6TY 30 tf American Red Cross nurses arrlxeu saturony i nose auoaru en ri"
1 l.cre to care for them. Tho nurses ' cued by naval tiiRs. sent to their a-
FOR SALE Overland 5-nasenBer v,crp ,; U.,xter of l.ewlston. Mont isl.taueo.
i V"-x- City. It Is assertetl that liter; "
VJIQrTI I ANPHI N Ivcre th. first American women to YAMJF.K PRM1U MOVIF.S
i'.-i' - . enter Meti after the erC.mac leTt.
WANTED To rent, an Underwood , Thpv ha., bo(... smm0ned In haste
aim: si:st to i;f.?si.
LOST AND FOUND
fitm Parts by an American Red
Cross pbystrlan, Dr hi F. Pope of
Sroknne. Wash , who entered Met
four houis after the Germans drJiVrt-
LOST Nose classes, with black cord, ed
on south side of Main street Phone; When the nurses arrived the Am
276W, room 12 31-lt c,cas wcro overjoyed and all waul.
5nrt and Pine, lareel6'1 ,a,k to tl,om at onro-
rAii3t5.li ss-ai'lhbd been virtually unattended for
Man of them were un- Zemstvo. for ie In deplctlnK the ad-1
WASHINGTON. D C. Dec 31
The P S Dopartment of Acririilture
has supplied to the Committee on
Public Information more than twenty
motion pictures t.howlni; acrlcnltu
ra! production. hlfihwi construction
ard forest work In this country, to
b sent to Russia.' at the request of
the Russian Promlrskne Proilnclal
would lecoitulze the political rlKhts
.' nobody but workmen In New Or
Iuuih and Sjn Fmnitscti It would
oxertbrow h arms an) Koxernmenl
lu Seattle or Sun Autouto which did
not reflect Its own views and would
deny the ballot to alt Versons pos.
sism'iI of property Under such a
covernment New- York and CtilrnKO
pollth'lms would be sent with arm
ed train to owrthrow Soviets In St
Louis- and Detroit which failed to
ohe the mandate of the central kov-
e-.nluc board Dakota wheat farm-, nounclni; tin- United Slates In puhllc
crs. ami Texas cotton is rowers would speeches confess In private that the)
forced to surrender their products would rather live In Amerlrt than
Ml vi cent of
Its peas tuts posses property which
falls wltlilli the confiscation line ns
defined h) l.eliltie Siberia and the
other undeveloped farmliiK sin-tlons
of Russian domain offer exceptional
opportunities to Industrious settler
anil there ever) mill stands or fulls
nccordliiK to hi own Industry nml
merit. Such districts. It l stated
feel no need for efforts at soclalltn
t'on and wore the first to resent the
t'cinlnatlon of lepresnlatlve o( the
l.enltin kon eminent . .
Insults offered b) the travelllim
rommlssirs and their armed hand
have aroused the antaconlsm of
the HussUii orthodox church It I
asserted that few of the AKttntor
from America are American cltUons
AluuMt without exception they are
said to be anxious to return to the
United Stales They sie dissatisfied
with HoUhevIk Itussla and after de
, jiJVlk i V 1
.uaaiKittimti4aiii,!Murmiiiit'nmih jinimti .
When the Hutu
number of llu- inhdbltauts were able
llivuitr.l HelKlum a hiihll ami rnsloiiiB llrrt- ,
lltdRlnli who telllnd In Mi1
uarl ot Urealer New i u
to keep ahead of the German advance (p ,.,., rol,Vlwao aM ,
and rnme to the l'ull"l SltUes With Ittilgimit u( llslglum. ho is i .
them lht broiiKbl man) of their to draw lib tnttk wncuu
lll IV JAM.
t urn ed irusader at whatever anywhere else
HORSE OWNERS ATTENTION shaven
There are several animals at thel
Altamont of unknowv ownership.'
any one having stack at that place!
please call for same or maku arrange "j
ments for winter's care. Address Al-'
tamont Dairy. 30-31 I
STRAYED To Campbell' Mill, at
Meadow Lakv, about December 7.
black gelding about 6 years old.
weighs 1,200 lbs., branded TJ on left
stifle. Owner can have same by pay
ing feed bill. T. A. Goodner, Klam
ath Falls. 30-3 1
Metropolitan Amusement J
vi-need prar'Kes III the-e activities In
(let .1 -tutii!.ird pollc)
riillciite V. Smith nsenc).
LOST One blocky-bullt mare, weigh I
about 1,150 lbs., color, strawberry!
rean: star in forehead; branded Llll
on stifle, also some unknown brands.'
Clnn lin vnlfllnc- hnnilMl hnr CZ un!
T .X. t "- ------" " "-,
uuiu juks, ruugj UUlil, SCIgUL UIHIUl
900 lbs. Reasonable reward. L. S
Holbrook. Malln. 30-31-6-7
NOTICE OK KSTJIAY
Two yearling heifers and one steer, i
all branded R backward on right hip,
crop off left ears. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying1
expense Fred Schonchln, on Whls-'
key Creek. 23-.lt j
The double slandinl or moral U
stntliiiml) ni mliim-il Itv foiiiil
l.en Tiilsloy, the iMe'it Russian
ilraimitl-t in tliU pomiriil
Adiul-Ioii 10 ami -" tents
First Woman Prosecutor
Is Named In Chicago
Coming In January
j TOKIO, Dec 31 - Chl)oSuKlrm.
a tuvrntreli year old Japailcie slrl
who had been arrested for biirtsln'V
rnuimllled suicide In her rell by
ImliKliiK She mnile a ihh. with be
I obi or sash, unwound from tier Vim
nru Heine In need of mniH-r it r
j Klrl had armed heisell with an "
and btoken Into 4 linn.c littltindat
IttK a woman oci-upant and uinklni:
off with some rush
No on ref tt Hen nu
ItiB Winn . "'It ii, i t
gUlitl M(V) tl IfOIJil I' i
Ha(lit iii.l 1 1 If! ( it
.Nollie of Sherllt' Jale on Uvniillim
Or. Jarueji' Hoadacbo Powdcn
give iiuttuit relief Cott
dime a package,
RKWARD OF 2MI
For arrest and conviction of party
that Btole my black and tan collie
pup on the morning of December 30,
1918. R. A. von Housenstlne, Klam
ath Palls. Ore. 31-It
"TIIK .MARIMACP. SPUCULATION"
Also .1 ltl V C.uiKily.
Ailmfssion 10c nni! l-c.
Definite plans of actlun lu con-
Incitlon with OreKon's transformation
J Itidui'trlall) from a uar to a (care
burls will In. formulated lit the Re
construction convention culled by
(i ivernor Willi) com lie to be held In
Pcrilnnd on Jauuiry 9, 10, and 11th.
Urprcienrulvc buslnrs men. Indust-
I rial leadeis, representatives of both
orpanlieil and unorganized labors
of the OreKon leglsluture liavn been
Invited to attend.
Nothing Is deemed as Important al
tile prenent lime lis the problems
which are a part of the reconstruc
tion period. To properly solve, these
piolilcms means expansion of Indus,
tr'es pi ins for new projects which
will aid In state development and
aho furnish employment to Inrce
numbers of men lteco;ulzed lend
ers In every branch of endeavor In-
Notice Is hereby KlYni that under '.S'rfe.rclHa. spllttinj; of dull,
and by vlrtun of n writ of mrrutlon lliiutililin; hriltlir )IJ In jul (
In foreclosure Issued out of the Clr inomraU to Df. Jm' HmiU'Iio liir.
cult Court of the tltate of Oregon for ' "blch ot only 10 r.m. pk
tho County of Klamath tn the rase of ?" nr.J'8 ."' !" "" 'lt'.
the State Unit lliMttl of the .Slate ".-" rt-uei in m -o.
of Oregon pla'ntlff v. A D liar "'1,1 '" , "" I''1'"' ""
pold. Itose A llarp-Hd. Charles Mur JfJ."' '" "
ray. W A Jones, i: J l.lht. Pauline ,' ,7'.," ""''"' "' ;
- , t on iit.it '"lii-l It'll tnail(liii il n.uralpu
Solache and KlUa Jane LlKhl defend mm urnU,. mM flk
ants, whlrh said writ was dated on i. '
ur.d delegntei from ill urKanlzntlons eluding nKrlculturu. shipping, fishing.
Ii terrdted in the Ueveloiineul of the sbipbulldlnK, stock raising, rotd
late will atiend , bLlldlng. mining, etc, will attend
and tike purl lu the convention pro-
j Mayor fleorge L llakur of Port-
If nil, who Is hauilllug tho details of
tl.e meeting bus arranged for the at-
tendance of several federal represen
tatives from Washington, D. C, who
are familiar with some of the prob
lems which will b brought before
tin convention for solution Mumbnrs
From this convention w (oine .i
definite programmn which will In
sure the stale ngnlnst unemploy
ment, provide employment for the re
turning service men nml bring about
tie greatest stite development In
the 30lh day of November, AD 19 IS
I will .on the ttli day of January
A. 1) 1 3 19. at the front dimr of the
court house of Klamath County Ore
gun lu the City ot Klamath Palls
Oregon, at the hour of 2 u'rlork III
ilin afternoon on said dale proceed
to sell at public nuition. to the high
est bidder for rush rill I tin right title
and Ititercdl of the said defendants
and all persons clulmlug or to claim
by. thru or under them or either of
them. In and to
the southeast quarter, the south
half of the northeast quarter, the
southeast quarter of the northwest
quarter, the enst half of the south
west quarter and the southwest
Bmsm leioir rara
IDF YO0 lDISOTS A
Oays we can't help but look
betUr and feci better
afttr an Inside bith.
APPLY SAGE TEA
LOOK VOU.VG! llRI.Nf. RACK ITS
NATURAL COLOR, GLOSS AM)
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY'S AND SATURDAYS
M's: rtELDE. c.lih
Mih.s Nollle Carlin until recently
puMic guardian has been named us
slstant states attorney for Conk coun
ty, which Is Chicago. She is tho first
unman prosecutor to he appointed In
Common garden sage brewed Into n
heavy tea with sulphur added, will
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant. Jusi
a few applications will prove u reveJa-
tion if your hulr is fading, streaked or
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul-
phur recipe at home, though, Is trow-
blesotne. An easier way Is to get a
5-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage aud Sul- J
phur Compound at any drug btoro all
ready for use. This Is the old time j J
reclpo Improved by the addition ot'
other Ingredients, '
While wispy, gray, faded hair If.
not alnful, we all desire to retain cur
youthful uppearance and attractive- j
Baa. Hy darkening your hnlr with ?
Wyath's Sage and Sulphur Compound
no one can tell, because It docs It so
naturally, so evenly You Just datnj
eti a sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your hulr, taking
one small utrand at a time; by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and after another application or two,
your hair becomes beuutlfully dark
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful
toilet requisite, and is not Intended
far the cure, mitigation or prevention
oi disease. Adr.
: record has been found, however of
women employed as motor men, con
ductors, policeman or fireman.
To IimiK -.tin's best and ! 1 one's best
quarter of the southwest quarter '" to eliju) nil Itinldo bath e'lih tuurtl
of section H. In township 31 south lug to Hush from tbo )stem the prevl
range 11 east of the Willamette ,,, im). ,,, f0lir frlIt.tB,i,.ii
Meridian In Klamath County, Ore- . . , , i
gon. together with the tenements. .nn'1 l"'l'" '''"' ' '
hereditaments and appurtenances ""bed Into tint blood, Jut ".
thereunto belonging or lu any wise "'hu It burns, leaves behind a mriain
appertnlnlug uiuouul of liicoitilillstlbli' maii.ul in
III occupation classified as nr mi murli lln.ri.nr n in in- i.n -r... . ... . . . .......
, "extra hazardous" by Insurance com- sary to satisfy a judKUienl re...l..nM "'. " !" r"'?' "" ? ..".... "B
lu, ..!. r..mn ..r tr. u Ill tile IlllOVn etltltleil l-llllmi iiiw.ii II...,"'"'" '"" ""' "'"' '"
Ihmkm tors found over 2.00 women
employed lu Seittlu In "hazardous."
, One reatllii woman, whom officials
( hay held tho most hazardous Job of
"THE ONLY ROAD"
ADMISSION: Evenings, 10c and 25c.
COMING SATURDAY AND SUNDAi
"TO HELL WITH THE KAISER"
19lh day of November. A D. 131K ",rJ organs a icilnlii nmmmt i muf
which said Judgmuiil Is for the sum 'l-estiblo material, wlikli If not 1 lm.in.it
of threo thousnud (3.ooo noidollnrs.lril. form toxlnn and poisons wbuli ire
,hfv'J"i'"'.! "'"Vim", fr'."", ""' ,6"' , ""' ""ri"-'! """ ""' 'l'" "'" "1!" "'"
day of Fohruary, 1'JlO, at the rale of1 . . ... w
ft per cent per annum, and three hull V"ry ,UiH W,,ld' rtr" U,U"uU'li '" "T
ilrml it mm un i ,i..n,..- ....nu mih- nouilslituniil to sustain Hie
nil her sIsterB. worked In a saw mill fC(., nil , fllr,pr , r $44'OH body.
Dec. :tl Wush- r ",K " "' cnr""K .miiis, t.icior- cost nml tho additional sum of; If vim want lo see tho glow of i 'iiiiny
. i-.. . . "s .iiiu minim iiiuiiiuyeii srores. i ney M """ hih-h-iiv
..... i.u.l, ... ...... . . , l, l . .ll
mn out of their wnrilmo ocruim- u V ",u """ '"
4 ... . ... . , hi iNKiOH in h i iriK m u, on
. ! !.... ...If.. ...II. .... .. . ' .,....,..
"i""" '" "" "' niiiiiuiro iiiiior- execution glaim of hot vvaler with n irini.'Miui
leh. worked In machine shops, truck
ed freight, sorted Junk and steel In
Liiuir- nisi nnu mo nuiiiiioual sum of, If )uu want lo sen tho glow i.f i uiiy
' Tl""y iVJ'i nh h'J' ,,nn",t V"?. !lam '' ' ' J,,,,lr ,1"",,, "' "" ""r "kln
fuelnil "io 16th day of .May, A I) I'JI7 at . . , , i i.,
"2" the rate of per cenipor annum ami " ,B,,,r ","1 ,'l"11,r,,r' 'm' Mv uM '
pernieii n cmln am ,,,, , ,,,, Hu)() ( drink every morning til mi mc n
deral director lu WiiKhlngton for the
I'r.lteil States Kmployment Service.
Senttlu rnllroud officials and others
who employ man) women hnvo been1
quoted reiently to the same effect.
If 1 1 tl In tri titf ittnun I rxftlniniu It rt flit
I'll IIIIM'MI Mivill 1'llll.iHin (l''v . .
. , ,, . , tho lines women were ninp oyod hh
t) xeiKMnnny returned soldlera hack . , ., ..... '
to tho soli and let tho women keep'
their present postsMr. Wood said re-
slcel plants and did light work
I In the railroad office and along
Ii In .1
clerks, accountants, cur cleaners, I
i palntors, and even section hinds, '
Railroads however, soon found the'
tmntly "HoldlerK who formerly per-! , .."..".....,.. .....
, .ni... i Mi.i.i women not able to do the heavy sec
foiinei II ght Indoor work wl ho bet.' ,, , ., ., , . . ,'
, ,, ,. ... . i ,. i , Hon work. Recently lie Stnlo Insur-
ti- men f they go to tho und," ho1 ,,, . . , ' , ,
II en- r iiiifiu I ' ri tn luulntk linrrml U'niiiini f.nt.
THE MEN IN
i'm:m'. lli.'d music
,.,. .;..;..a, a, 0,.. ..J. :',.' s-'-
"Tliu riiestlou of (Uncharging the
women is not very big lu this statu"
Mi- Wood added. "Washington w '
juri. iiegiiiiiiiig io uiiiiiiy wuinuii in,
largo inimhcrH when tho war ended. j
Cdupated with muter ii states, our
total of employed women Is small."
Women lu WiiHhlngtou replaced
men In prut'tlr-ally every occupullon, j
ui cording to the stain labor commls-.
hIoii. While thu number was nut
.v 111111111. lieallliy mini u novrr a Imcli
' niiiiilier. A ui ii n inn hit a n vigorous it ml
I alilii nt sevi'iity us ut twrniv. CinIIiI....
... , . . . .. . - : "'-.'
aiice uommisHion barren women from "" eur, nuis ymi in iiin iiurl. ,
...il.. .,,,,.1. V"i "mir
ni -i (iiin mil n.
Most of the women received th
Hiimo, or almost the same pay given
on they replaced. A Washing
ton stato law provides that nil wom
en over eighteen years of ngn must
!)! paid at least $1.1.20 per week,
Overalls worn not popular among
the Washington working woman, lu
some linns' overalls worn iim'uxsii'y
but In most of thu occupations which
I Ueilimi flllllll Hl.ll I.P,. ffi.llwl U'.if.rl.nr
foiiil.artilvi.Jjr large, tho women were Ui)r Uiim BWmroI
iduccil lii many IIikih. They wnro In
all tlio lighter occupations, us clerks,
Jai.ltors, tuxluib drivers, elevatoi-
operators, meat cutters, laundry work'.
en, book-keepers, and wultora, No
A Thrift curd In your pocket beats
half a dozen flags on the lapel
Dated this 30th day of November, of limestone phiihpluito In It. i
' ,,,., haiiulesH itieaiiH of washing il
Sheriff of Kluniath Couniy, oVeron 'mU'tM "' ' 'r"m "" ""''
3-10-17. 24. 31 ' illver. Iildnes ami bowels, thus ' ' ll""
lug, sweetenliig and iiiirliig !" ''"
i tiro iillineuliiry liart, hefoie puttliiB
i more food lulu tho slnuinr.h
Men and women with sallow sKlus,
liver lipid, plinplim oi pulbl complex
lop, also those who wnko up vHh a
jconled tongue, had toiile, mud) bieatli,
other who me liolheii'd "I"1 l"""1
laches, billons Hpell, acid Miuutu'li or
constlp.iilon slinuld begin Hilt phn
plialed hot wnier ililuklug, and are as
silled of very pronounced icsiilis In
one or two weeks.
A iiliulei pnuiid or lltiiiislnnii ll",',
phalo cosl verv 1 1 1 1 U" at Urn diug slum
bill Is sufficient In demonstinle I'1"1
Just as simp and hot wnler rlennse.
purlllos and fretthmiH the sliln on ""
oulsldc, ho hoi water and llinusloiio
phoMpliiiiu net on tho Inside iu,,H
I We must nlwayH coiisldur Ihnl Inlcriiai
'hmiiIIiiIIi... U viit.Hu iiiiiiii I III IM) 1 1 11 II t
than milHldo cleaiillncH, beciiuso the
skin pin es do not ubioib liupurltlei
i systrm wrakriied by nvrrwurl. nml i-iire
' .ei" !lvl.'!fJ ,irl"l1 "',l B" I't'-liislurely
e llie bmllly film linns are impiilreil ami
iiliii'lisuill yilll0lin sppenr, 'I'lin w.Mll
sf.iit is m-iii rnlly llie killings. K,.,.i
I hein clenu nml In proper working inn
llllon anil )oii will KiiiiTiilly llml )nur
self In Cluss A. 'i'nkii llOl.ll MlfDAi
llsnrli-m Oil l.'iipsuliH perluillnillr sin.
eur system will iiIhujh be in working
order, lour splrlln will be enluriii'il
jour inUHiles ruppln, your nilml iiitivu.
nml yohr body lupuble of iurd vvork
Don t wnlt until tm liuin l)n-n rrii-i-l
i-il Coiiiiiii-iii.ii tu bit n Hint. i In,, mud
i.ow. (In In ymirdruf slat ut oi.ii-
llairlrm Oil (.'upmili-s 'Iliey urn n,r
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