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MR. BRYAN'S PAPER
REPUBLICANS DECEIVING LABOR.
The anti-Injunction plan!; or the Re
publican plutfouu. an finally adopted.
Is n transparent rraud. it Is pu-Hblo
that the members of the committee
wero buncoed by some Hint luw.wr
that Is the only charitable view tliai ' gates runt-mi; over encn on-or in inoir
can be taken of II. TIiohc who mho effort to vol away fiom the La Follottn
catod the pl.mk claimed to b. doing refoimn. some of which had been lu
ll as a concession to the wax" cam-, ioi'Hi(l by Ih- president himself. Con
ors, and yet If one will read the plank msnum Cooper of WIkiiihIii, ropro
ho will seo that It Is In fart an nn- r.rntltiy; the l.a Follotir men. brought
nouncemenl that the Republican party ., minority icpoit shncd by himself
la unalterably o posed to the hihmlng alone. Flflytwo mo-iibcra of the com
man's position. The plank reads as mm,.,, Hgnod the niaorlty report, and
follows- "The Republican party win
uphold nt all times tbo authoill anil i
Integrity of the courts, state and fed
eral, and will ever Insist that their
jwuyj-ts to eufoice their piocessos and
to piotect llle, liberty and pioperty '
shall bo pietieived Inviolate. We be
lieve, however, that the rulob of pro
cedure In fedi'ial court, with respect
to the Issuante of a writ of Injunction, rKsatloii in favor of publicity as to
Hhould be more accurately dellned l ' rnmpalgn coutrlbutlons. and Secretary
tho statute; that no Injunction or teni-' Taf( ,.,,, 1(,Uc. , M. narrows ad
porary restraining order ahould be Is- Voetlng the passage of a publicity
sued without notice, except where lr-, 1)m. ,mv rortimnlc It wns that Score
roparahle lnjur would lesult from do- tan. TafJ.H ,,,,. WJM ,ialh. (IJi,t,0V
lay, in which ease a speedy heurlm? ,M(M , published! H'mator llurrows.
thereafter should be granted." , al ,0 ,,. ,L, Tafl ,,,t,t,r waH
It will be scon that the plank begins addressed, was the temporary chair
with an iinnocessai ctrlogv of the ! man of tho convention, and tho con
courts. Nobody is opposed to uphold-; volition over which he p-cddcd turned
ing at all times the authority and In- down the publicity plank by a vote of
tcgiity or the courts. Nobody Is ob- nmi. to one! Who will deny that, on
Joctlng to tho enforcement of their t,rt mibj.'et. the Republican partj la
processes or to their oorelso or tneir
powers to protect life, Hln-ity and
pioperty. The plniiK assumes Hut
eomebndy Is attacking the courts and
that tho courts are in danger of losing
support or of hnvlng their powers
weakened. There is no attack upon
the courts and there is no thought .in
whore of Intoifeilng with any logitl
innto function of the court. The Re
mibllcati convention nuts on a man of
straw and then proceeds to demolish I
it; It Hiispects an unholv assarrlt upon ' "" l,mK miopre.r oy me iicpunnouu
tho Judiciary and Its righteous ladl;;na convent Ina Is a retreat from the posl
Hon at onco linds expression In n "" t!,k,, '' lllt' prosId-nt and from
boustful nsbortlnn of Its innocence of ' "' ro.-ltion taken by Secretary Taft
participation In any such suspected , l !- speeches, although neither of
assault. This nart of thu nluiik was .",l''" '"' " far as they ought to have
written to give assurance to the poo
pie who are opposed to the laboring
man's idea. And now let us proceed I
to that part of tho plank which was J The president Iras advocated the In
Intended as a sop to the laboring man. , come tnx as a moans or preventing
Jt Bays: "We believe, however, that ' swollen fortunes and or equalizing tiro
thu rules or procedure In lire federal burdens of government. Tho Repub
court with respect to the Issuance of a ' licair platform Is silent on the sub-
vrrlt of Injunction should be nunc ac
curately dellned by Hie statute." (.lust
what that definition shall be Is not
stated.) "That no Injunction or tem
porary restraining order should he
Issued without notice. EXCEPT ) or will they follow tho Republican or
WHERE 1RREPARAHI.E INJURY ganlzntlou In retreating from It?
WOULD RESULT FROM DELAY. In ,
(which case a speedy hearing there-1
after should Ire granted." Note tho
words In capitals (KXCKPT WHERE
iRRKPARAHLE INJURY WOULD
RESULT FROM DELAY), and com-
pare this exception with the fedeial i
statuto on the subject and you will ,
And that under the law AS IT NOW
EXISTS the court Is not empowered
lo grant a temporary restraining or-
?! ';:B"K AIM'KARS TO
lDvAS,1 .Alft" m 'r-
'JURY tROM I)EIiA." It will e
eon mat no man wno wrote tiro iu -
Juuctlon plank copied the statute al
most word for word and made tho ox-,
coptlon us broad as the statute.- lf;
tho convention hud been frank In tho '
statement of Us position It. would have
quoted the present statute ami said
.,. . . , . IK. l"
Jaw JUST AS IT IS.
n wouiu nave ,
said, "whereas, at present, a court or
Judgo may grant a temporary re-.
straining order 'If there appears to be
danger of irreparable lnjur from do-,
lay,' thereforo bo It resolved that we ,
are opposed to changing lt."
The men who are responsible for Die
language of tho injunction plank may
luwe fooled the rest of the committee
and they may have fooled the con-1 (.i,.ctloir of United States senators, lt
volition, but they cannot fool the la-1 )h .,, ti,at tl, ,)rop,lent and Secre
boring men or tho voters In general. ' t,-v Taft have never advocated the
tho injunction pianu lias nol even i
tho valuo or a gold-plated brick for '
the plating Is brass, as well as the In- J
terior of tiro brick.
Tho fraud which tho convention at-'
tempted will not mislead anyone be
cause there Is time enough between
now and election for everyone to llrrd
Secretary Taft Is known as the fa
tbor of government by Injunction and
hts BpoeclreB In Oklahoma last jear dorsed by nearly two-thirds of the
Bivvo conclusive proof or his adherence ! stales or the union, and there Is prob
to thu position taken by him nn the ahly not a state in the union in which
bunch. Ho Is still in favor or tho use it would not be Indorsed at a popular
of tho writ of Injunction In labor cases election and yet In spite or tho recoid
nnd he Is opposed to trial by Jury. made In the house or representatives
In a speech delivered In Now York ami by the various s'ates. tills reform
last winter ho said, in response to Is rejected by a soventoonc vote In a
questions, thnt thc law ought to ho so' Republican national convention,
amended as to glvo a hearing before' Thoro are seven ptoposltlons upon
tno injunction was granted and even which the iiopunitonn ptuty, in nn
conponted that the hearing for con-' tlontil convention assembled, has ro
tempt Bhould bo beforo n different ! treated from tho position taken by that
Judge from the one who granted the party In congress or from tho position
Injunction, but when he enmo to pro- taken by the president. What havo
paro a plank for tho convention he did Roosevelt Republicans to say? Tho
not go us far as he went in his , president bus awakened a spirit of ie-
spooeh. Tho plunk that went bororo
tho convention as his plank wns so
weak that lt amounted to nothing;
but it was even tlion too strong for
tho convention and the convention
adopted a plank which not only does
not grant any concessions to tho labor
ing man but really emphasizes tho
position taken by lurgo corporate em
ployers by hurling anathema at those
who aro siupected or a doslro to
modify llio law relating to Injunctions.
ThiH la (lit' trontmo.-rt received by tho
wage earners from tho nntlonnl con
vention of tho Republican party. If
this Is tho position of tbo party beforo
the election, what lonsun bus tho In
borhn: man to hope that tho putty
will do bettor after oldctlon?
IN FULL RETREAT.
The HepubllcaiiH who attended tho
rational convention as spectators and
lolned In the demonstration In favor of
1'i-fMldeiit Roosevelt ti'iil Senator La
Follotio must have felt Indignant nn
ihev wali'ieil the panic stricken dele-
., sKn(., ()0 niluotlty report. Tho
Republican iiity will Pud the rutin of
Si! to one a very omlmr raising one to
ile.il with In the coming campaign. Mr.
I'eoper's re orl contained a declara
tion In favor of publicly as to cam
paign funds. It was but by a vole of
KNO to 1M. more than nine to one. and
et the piesldont has b 'en advocating
Atiotlr plank of Hie La I'ollotto
plailorm iiuthnii.cd the ascertaining
of the value of tho railroadu. This
plank was lost by a vote of 017 lo OH
nearly IS to one and yet President
Roosevelt has advocated this very
piopnsltlnn. lleie in a tolroat oir thu
la another column reference- In made
,(' "", Injunction plank
gono In their effort to prevent what is
known as government b Injunction.
Here 'io H'li'd retreat.
Joel. Was the president right In tho
position he look? If so, then the con
vention was wrong in not indorsing
him. Will the Republican voters fol
low the president in this Just demand
Tho president- advocated an Inner-
llance lax, but the Republican convon
Hon Is silent on thut subject. Was th
presldnut ahead of tho Republican
party In advocating this reform, or has
lire Republican party receded from the
mosldonfs position? Did the president
Kivo a false alarm on this question or
i,ns the party sounded a retreat?
fn ()ie prHltlcMtt'H message to con-
RrosH ,aHt 81)K ,, ,,ri.,.tod nn In-
1clIlpnt llHt 10 conHp,raov formcd
anunm tho groat lawbreakers to pre-
mil thc unforcoinent of the law and
t(J qvat,e the punishments provided by
law. The platform adopter! by the Re
publican convention contains no inti
mation of danger. If there are any
ftmiuitli-nnlim Mm pnrivpnl Inn iltil tint
,,. lf Ulore arh . coniblnn.
)on8 ,, nol ,)card of ,,. lt
ithoro aro any dangers ahead, lt was
,mconscloufl of thorn. Was the presl-
dent mistaken when he Issued his de
fiance, or are tiro Republican managers
deceived when they think that an
amused public will calml contemplate
the encroachments of predatory
wealth. This is retreat number six
Tho convention, by vote or SCO to
HI more than seven to one voted
,illWn the nlank In favor of the nonulnr
populur election of senators. They
seem to take the llamlltonlan rathor
than the Jeffersonlan view, but tho
most popular reform in tiro United
States to da Is tho reform thnt has
for Its object the election of United
States senators by direct vote. It has
live times been Indorsed by tho na
tional house ol representatives threo
times when the house of representa
tives was Republican. It has been In-
i form within his piuty, ho has at least
revealed to tho world thnt there aro
reformers In tho Republican party.
Can that spirit now bo quelled by a
stand-pat convention? Millions of Re
publicans have enlisted at thu presi
dent's call to arms and aro ready to
march forward; will they furl their
banners and turn back merely be
cause thu president acquiesces In the
d"" nig of a retreat?
It was as a result of the persistent and hard fight of the chief executive
of New York state that the senate passed a bill which practically prohibits
racing In that state. Hughes was the counsel for the Armstrong committee
which so successfully probed the Insurance companies In 1905-1906. The
above photograph was taken during a recent visit to Chicago.
A GREAT TENOR IS FOUND.
FAMOUS SOLOIST DISCOVERED IN
Quit Stage on Receiving Censure for
Squandering Fortune and Be
came Laborer Says Ho
Seattle, Wash. Music lovers of six
or moro yoars ago well remember C.
A. Von Godln, tho famous tonor, who
wns Uio soloist with Sousa's band for
several years and later with Schu-mann-IIelnk.
Ills voice wns one of tho
best In this country, and ho was looked
upon by critics as a coming man in
tho operatic and concert field. Then
ho disappeared, dropped out of sight
completely, and It was only by un ac
cident that ho was found In this city a
few days ago.
Van Godln Is high strung, nervous,
and scnsltlvo to critlcsm. He had In
herited a fortune from his father und
when ho had squandered this and re
ceived the soverost censure from his
relatives and friends ho resolved to
leavo them all.
He accordingly came west and for
the last five years has been a laborer
In lumber camps, at sawmills, fish
cannorles, and only recently he worked
in a shingle mill at Ilnllard. '
Ono night he was persuaded "lo ing
at a local church, some of his- fellow-
'workers being church members. Von
Godln sang "Dream City," a song
HIS WILL A YEARLY MENU.
Bequeathes Daughter Farm Provided
Rigid Food Delivery Is Obeyed.
Detroit, Mich. One of the most pe
culiar wills ever recorded In Wayne
county was filed In the probate court'
In the last testament of Louis Schroo-
der, because It loaves a daughter and
son-in-law, Rose and James Gladden, a
farm on certain unlquo conditions.
Each week tho Gladdens must deliv
er to Mrs. Schroedor two dozen eggs,
no matter what the season nor tho dis
position of the hens. Pasture nnd a
"warm barn" for a cow Is speclflod,
and nil tho firewood Mrs. Schroedor
On tho first day of December of each
year a pig weighing not less than ISO
pounds must bo turned over to the
widow, nnd lf tho pig Is found to bo
ono ounce shy of tho required weight
the Gladdens nre in danger of losing
Fifty dollars a year cash and "some
flour" given to Mrs. Schroedor uro tho
conditions to glvo the Gladdens pos
session of tho farm.
Cow, Too, Attracted by Red.
York, Pa. Tho known and bollcoso
attractiveness of red to a bull had a
southing magnetism to n cow owned
by Jnnies Hetiick of Mt. Pleasant. Sho
licked tho sldo of a red barn and
liked It. Red simply fascinated hor,
till tho painters left a bucket of red
paint whoro she drank It. Votorlnail
airs with a pump saved hor.
Coughs Up Old Tack.
Wnrren, Pa. Fredn, tho seven-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
llrown of Forost street, coughed up a
tack In a violent fit of coughing. The
child swallowed tho tack threo years
ago. It was black from oxidation.
Tho child had been given up as a
hopeless caso of tuberculosis. She has
not had a coughing ill sine
OF NEW YORK
which lie made famous in the old days.
A few days later he was struck on
tho head by a Hying timber and wns
taken to tho hospital. On recovering
consciousness he was seized with a
desire to enter the old life. When ho
leaves the hospital ho says that he
will go to work on his voice, ami as
ho knows ho Is stronger and better
suited for the life than bororo, ho is
determined to seek the first opportuni
ty to nppear on tho stage.
Von Godln wns born In Sweden of
German und Kngllsh parents. Ho was
educated abroad and received his run
slcal training under Garcia and Mar
chosl. When 17 years old ho came to
Aniorlca with his parents. For a few
years ho studied at tho University of
MInnosotn. whoro astronomy was his
hobby, but tho wonders of his voice
belug revealed he wa3 sent to Europe
to study. Ho vns singing with Camllo
d.'Arvllo when bis failrer died and
loft him $80,000. It was this fortune
thut was nls uudolng.
Saw Off Horn; Loosen Hoof.
Allentown, Pa. A cow belonging to
William Mast of Standard scratched
her head with her hoof and caught In
tho latter ono of her horns, which Is
vory badly crooked and crumpled.
Tho cow foil upon her sldo, and
the nolso of her struggles awakenod
Mr. Mast had no alternative but to
saw off tho horn hi order to release
Strange Double Verdict In Suit to Re- j
cover Drainage Taxes.
Hillings. Mont. What is probably
ono of the strangest verdicts over
brought by n jury In this state was
returned by the 12 men trying tho Is
sues in tho case in which tho Hillings
Sugar company and farmers whose
lauds aro Included hi tho suburban
drain district, arc suing tiro commis
sioners, treasurer and drain commis
sioner of Yellowstone county to re
cover drain tnxos paid under protest
und to enjoin the collection of tho re
maining two assessments levied to do
fray the coat of constructing tho
Tho Jury In its general verdict
awarded Judgment to the plaintiffs for
tho entire amount of tho suburban
drain tax, and in special findings,
which consisted of Interrogatories
regarding questions adduced by the
evidence, forrrrd In favor of thu defend
ants in every detail.
Tho Sugar company and farmers
claimed that their lauds wore not in
any way borrcllted by the drnln; thnt
the drain commissioner had rrot pro
ceeded according to the law In estab
lishing tho district, and attacked tho
constitutionality of tho law.
Tho special findings approved tho
action of tho drain commissioner in
detail; declared that tko lands of tho
plaintiffs have beeu and will bo bene
fited by the drain, and that public wel
fare and tho condition of the plaintiffs'
lauds demanded the construction of
the drain In fact, ovory contention of
the defense wns uffirmed.
It is believed thnt the Jurors mis
understood tho wording of the general
verdict und labored under n false Im
pression in returning It.
FORT RENO WILL BE USED
NEW REMOUNT STATION.
Threc-Ycsr-Old Army Animals to Be
Broken by Experienced Trainers
and Then Taught the
Game of War.
El Reno. Okla. Plctuiesque old
Fort Reno Is to bo made a "remount
station," a place where new mounts
will be provided for cavaliyiuen. ll Is
nurnosod to turn out more than a
thousand head of horses and ruuloj
each year, ready for the military.
The email men who have been stn
tinned at the fort have gone to other
posts, and as toon as stables can be
built the horse school will open.
England and Franco have remount
stations, but Uncle Sam has not had
one heretofore. If the one bete proves
a success, It Is ptobable thai all horses
and mules for the United Slates army
hereafter will go through a course or
training bororo graduating Into tegular
"A horse usually lasts about seven
ears In the service." said dipt.
Letcher Hardeman, who Is here ar
ranging for the opening of "school."
"A mnlo is good for ten yoars. Tho
contractors who have been supplying
tho army horses have been buying
them between the ages of four nnd
eight years. Our experiment will be
with threo-year-olds exclusively.
"There'll be no broncho-busters here
We don't care for un man who worrld
mount a three-year-old. bock a pair ol
towels Into Ills side and light It until
It's broken In spirit and broken In
heart. That kind of breaking may dc
on the plains, but it won't do lor tire
United States army. A good cnvalrj
horse must have a cavalryman's spirit.
"Nor will the cavalrymen them
selves do the bieaklng. This win I;
will be In the hands of civilians, under
the supervision of army officers. The
best t miners we can Hud will be em
ployed. After the horses have been
broken, cavalrymen will loach them
the game of war. No animal Is to be
roughly handled. Kind treatment
goes a long way with a hoiso In cultl-,
vatlng a good disposition.
"We believe there Is economy In a
remount station. Not only will wo got
a bolter, more desirable lot of horses,
but by taking them as three-year-olds
wo will get from one to live years
more service from them than when we
took thorn four to eight cars old
T,hey may be bought cheaper, ton.
"A rebellious, unwilling Irorse can
almost disrupt a cavalry movement
and the sooner It has M. C Inspect
ed, Condemned branded on Rb side
tho better off that Hoop or cavalry is."
About fiO men will be employed at
the Fort Reno station, anil they ex
pect to break In 800 or 900 head of
horses and from 300 to 400 head of
mules each year. The old barracks at
Fort Reno hnve practically been aban
doned for months. Tho fort Is on a
reservation over which hands or
Cheyenne nnd Arapahoe Indians still
rovo, but they commit no depreda
tions. The Darlington agency Ib JtiBt
a few miles distant and Lo is careful
that he does nothing which might pre
vent him from drawing his quarterly
pay. Ho remembers, too, the Indian
police, mounted on fast ponies, who
Teol tho Importance of their blue uni
form and brass buttons.
Seek Light to Carry Far.
Germany is experimenting to deter
mine whether or not a vertical shaft of
light can bo seen a greater distance
than a horizontal flash, with the Ideaj
of so equipping Its lighthouses, If such
proves to bo tho case.
Just what action will bo taken by
the court or tho litigants is unknown,
but It is possible that either the gen
eral verdict or the special findings will
be set aside.
CUTS OFF BEARD TO KISS.
But Man's Family Can Hardly Recog
nize Its Beardless Head.
PottBtown. Hocause a Paris physi
cian made the discovery that whiskers
aro a veritable hlvo of disease germs,
and during the klsBlng process trans
mit the bacteria to others, there Is
discontent in the family of Samuel
Uoughter, onglrrcer at tho Lucknow
Iron mills at Glondale.
He had read or the Frenchman's ills
covory. and determined that his wife
and live children should not run
chances of contracting typhoid fever
or some other disease from his whisk
ers. He had a luxuriant irustncho,
which was the pride of tho family, and
without saying a word to his wifo, ho
had It cut off.
When. smooth-8havon, ho surprised
her nnd told hor why ho had tho thing
removed, sho wns "put out," of course,
and ridiculed tbo Idea of getting n dis
ease from being kissed by her hus
band with his whiskers on.
Three-Dollar Estate Is Settled.
I.nncnstor, Pa. Judgo Smith, In the
orphans' court, hns filed an adjudica
tion in tho estnte of Tobias Hrubaker
of Piovldenco township.
Tho amount for distribution Is fiO
cents. Under his will ho provided that
his wife Bhould havo ono-thlrd of his
estate In trust, nnd a trttsteo will be
appointed for her 17 cents. Tho re
maining .'13 cents goes to six children,
Tho entlro cstnto was throe dollars.
The expenses were $2.50.
A Remarkable Recovery.
Mrs. Frank Strocbo, R.F. I). 1, Apple
ton, Wis., writes : "I began using Peru
naafew mouths ago, when my health
nntl strength wero all gone, and 1 was
nothing but n nervous wreck, could
not sleep, cat or rest properly, nnd felt
Iio desiro to llvo. I'eruna nrado nro look
nt lifo in a dlfferont light, as I began to
regain my lost strength.
"I certainly think Perunais without
a rival us a tonic and strength builder. "
SMALL THING HE FORGOT.
May Have Accounted for His Proposal
Being Turned Down.
Senator Heverldge descilbod, at a
dinner, arr absent-minded farmer.
"The man was so abscnl-inlndud."
he snld, "that he couldn't open his
mouth without making an arrant ass
"Once he courted a young woman.
Ills Milt looked promising for a time.
Then, with a sorrowful visage, he
censed his courtship.
"'Yet she seemed infatuated with
you, Jabez,' said I, one day when ho
came to me for sympathy.
" "She were, too,' .laboz agreed.
" 'Well, what could have been tho
"'Dunno,' said be. He filled his
pipe. 'Dunno; but when I perirosod,
sho lurried me down cold.'
"'Perhaps jour proposal wasn't ard
ent enough?' I suggested.
"'Oh, It wns fiery.' said Jabez. 'Hot
as popper. I told her biro was tho
only woman I'd over loved, over
looked at. ever thought of, or '
"'Hut, said I, '.voir forgot, then, you
were n widower.'
" 'Jingo; said Jabez. 'so I did."'
It Is not always a guilty consclcnco
that Is taken by surprise, for some
times the most Innocent of men will
start at a suspicious word. The fol
lowing lrrcidcnt, which occurred in a
hardware show. Is illuminating:
An elderly lady, dressed severely In
gray, and carrying what looked vory
much like n bundle of tracts, ap
proached the counter.
A clerk hastened to serve her.
"What can I do for you, madam?"
She leaned toward him.
"Have you er any little vises?"
she Inquired. Youth's Companion.
The Doctor's Wife Well, Jane, bc
your poor husband's gone at last'
Didn't you give him his medicine prop
erly? Jane Ah, poor dear, how could II
Doctor said as how it was to bo took
In a recumbent position, an' I 'ndn'l
one. I asked Mrs. Green to lend m
one. Sho said she 'ad one, but It was
broke 1 So it wero no good. Thi
Husband Finally Convinced.
Some men are wise enough to try
new foods und beverages and then gen
erous enough to give others the bene
fit of their experience.
A very "conservative" Ills, man,
however, let his good wife find out for
herself what a blessing Postum 1b to
those who aro distressed in many
ways, by drinking coffee. The wife
"No slave in chains, it seemed to
mo, wns moro helpless than I, a coffeo
captive. Yet there were Innumerable
wnrnlrrgs waking from a troubled
sleep with a feeling of suffocation, at
times dizzy and out of breath, at
tacks of palpitation of the heart that
"Common sense, reason, nnd my
better Judgment told mo that coffeo
drinking was the troublo. At last my
nervous system was so disarranged
that my physician ordered 'no moro
"Ho knew ho was right nnd ho know
I knew it, too. I capitulated. Prior
to this our family had tried Postum,
but disliked It, because, as wo learned
later, It was not mado right.
"Determined this tlmo to glvo Post
run a fair trial, I prepared it accord
ing to directions on the pkg. that Is,
boiled It 15 minutes after boiling com
menced, obtaining a dark brown liquid
with a rich snappy finvor similar to
coffeo. When cream and sugar wore
added, it was not only good but de
licious. "Noting Its beneficial effects In mo
tho rest of the family adopted It all
except my husband, who would not ad
mit that coffeo hurt him. Sovernl
weeks elapsed dining which 1 drank
Postum two or threo times a day,
when, to my surprise, my husband
snld: 'I havo decided to drink Postum.
Your Improvement is so apparent you
havo such fino color that I proposo
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