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DEEP SEA TALK.
C. B HALE, Publlshor
PARTISANS OF PEARY DISCREDIT
CLAIMS OF COOK.
The Porpoise -I hear tlmt tho
nporty old lobster went nil to pieces
in his lntt ilayH.
Tim 'Purloin Well. 1 should say ho
did go Id plcccc. anil Hiniitl iilurcsi
lie ended up in a Uibstor salad.
Women In Postal Service.
The distinction or Ili-Ht appointing n
woinnn iiOhtiiiiistfr does not belong to
America, imr Ih the employment of
women in tin postal service n new
Idea. As e.nly ns IMS a woman post
master was appolnteil to look after
tlie malls of limine le t'omte, an Im
portant town of France. In the try
ing times of the Tliiity Years' war,
the principal olllce In the postal serv
ice of I'm ope was held by a woman,
Ale.niidrlne de Kite. Prom lfi"8 to
IGlfi she was in charge of the malls
of the German empire, the Nether
lands, lliirgnndy and Lorraine. She
was known as a mastei general of tho
malls. In America, lOllziiboth llarvoy
was the (list to hold a place In tho
postal department. She had charge
of the letters in Portsmouth, N. 11., In
the beginning of tho seventeenth cen
tury. A half century afterward Lydla
Hill was placed in charge of the post
oince In Salem, .Mass.
Not Ashamed of Economy.
Discussing Kiighiud and the ICnglish
from an American point of view, a re
cent American writer in Kngland ob
serves: "Nobody, from the king of
Kngland down, is either ashamed or
afraid to be economical. Here a man
or a woman Is thought to be a fool
or a vulgarian who is not careful of
expenditure, while In America our
xvnltorn have been clever enough to
make It appear that economy is mean,
and as a nation we suffer according
ly. We are fools to be fooled In this
Laundry work at homo would bo
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. In order to get tho
desired stiffness, It is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that tho
beauty and fineness of tho fabric ia
hidden behind a paste of vnrylng
thickness, which not only destroys tho
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can bo entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as It can be applied
much more thinly because of Its great
er strength than other makes.
At a rose competition In Tails re
cently, tin c. tlroly new varieties of
roses were ehlbited
MARSEILLES GI1AIN ELEVATORS
iirt- (lit- lif.1 insist mi Inning tlicm.
As) jnnr lui a ill'. ili r, or
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. OMAHA
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS Wv
I'nhiT'.iiy I'liue Sili III Jimi imiiiunu itin' mic!
Urn llm-i- imir c.r tit. j..,ir .i1 will m-li ,1111
time t.ir iiimiiiiskLin urn ninnili s linen i n.n'i
iiitnl ii.r.ii.ui.ii mul i.uiiiie W i: tinkle; Jr.,
ut l.im.ilh Mil' lhu.sit ( , l.iiu'ulii, Ni'br.ikn.
DR. ROBERTS -SPECIALIST IN
SURGERY AMD CHROMIC DISEASES
WWO Street I iii'plti N'Hirii-l.ii I HIT CON,
hi' II ll(i n. l WMIWl'lON. Wrllo or
cull til. lull! ttht-ll III l.iueuiu
CORNELL ENGRAVING GO.
Illilf Turn's iti.,1 I mi i. t ,i,k.h ,,. al ,.,,
ili-ticiiKrn i j . ... I .M'JNtlinsi Ini.Hlii
FULL LINE OF PHOTO SUPPLIES
Lt hi m.iKo i u liucncs on ottr bill.
Good (,rults (,ui shipnu nt and low
prus 1 rivt to n iiiunur
F.W.Brown Lumber Co., Lincoln, Neb,
lie ii nf .1 c ni. ii . t (.in, i ,.. Jt.ii,.is,ui
caMMi. .1 I. i ii si n tin , at .,. mi ,iniii(l:
prke. ii i', sT( I l. Nltlll, i mi si. .
inn) 1.1 in i Write at i.nri i. ii ithi'i I'.ii'l'iiiiih
iiml iiuiiiii'ii Uiih pit., i M IIXIOI.I I It .Xi
suiiii.i.i it iM mi it., i s, ,i.11,,1;..i ,.':.
l'ja hiiutli i:i..iuili st., liitiiln, Ni-liniKKii.
Improved nml milmprim-il furui In tmstcru
South Dakota fur hint' on
CROP PAYMENTS or 10 YEARS TIME
Wllleieet linllilliiifHiiii (in un m on f..iinci'.isy
terms. I'rli'ii iM tn til) i r ii.Ti', 1 ..r lists,
maps, ete .liddresALEX II, K AIT, I'nmirr. &.
Merchants' Utile. , 1 Glli and U St... Lincoln, Neb.
Beat riee Sreasnery Go.
TnyH flic lilcliest jirh'e dr
I HERBERT E. GOOCH CO I
imOKEHS AND DEALERS 1
Oraln, Provisions, Stocks, Cotton H
Main Office 204.203 Fraternity llfcfg, H
Lincoln, Nrbrnika. H
Hell ri.oni. MS ..t..riiniii. 2069 1
I ..r:it II. lis.- n. Male
A CHANCE FOR THE' HAGUE.
Tho Hnguo International Court of
Arbitration Ih fooling nxvuy ita tlmo
with nothing to do, when a gre.it lot of
disputes might satisfactorily occupy
Its attention. There in tho trouble be
tween liollvln ami Peru, for Instance,
which certainly admits of settlement
by arbitration. Bolivia has no sea
const and Is anxious to reach tho
ocenn. That country casts longing
eyes on Peru's riparian boundary, and
there are those who fenr that she
seeks a pretext to go to war with that
country and solzo a mnrltlme province,
or else exact one ns nn Indemnity. Tho
attitude of Clillo In this enso Is
watched with solicitude, for If tho lat
ter country should lend assistance to
liollvln I'uru would probably havo to
submit. The only ground for dispute
at present appears to bo alleged dis
satisfaction of Holivln over the Argen
tine award, which was favorable to
Peru, but ns this was tho result of ar
bitration it Is too small un nffalr to
go to war about. Holivln would lay
herself open to severe condemnation
If she began hostilities on a trumped
up cause, hut considerations of this
character hnvo not always deterred
Spanlsh-Aiuerlcnn ' republics from
seeking their own ends.
The enormous sum., accumulated In
tho snvlngs hanks of tho country In
stitutions organized for that purposo
exclusively does not, nftor all, repre
sent all the accumulations of tho peo
ple. Thu report from tho comptroller
of tho currency at Washington shows
tlmt tho savings deposits in thu na
tional banks, many of which encourage
thrift by Inviting persons to place
small amounts In their keeping, pay
ing interest thereon, amount to $:IS0
191,000. Surely this is n very tidy
sum, and ndded to the billions In the
savings banks shows that tho eco
nomical and saving have n very siz
able and satisfactory llnnncial anchor
to the windward In t' o event of n
They nre digging away at tho Pana
ma canal and tho ofllcers report that
the amount of excavation Is now eipial
to that mado during the entlro French
administration. In addition n great
deal of other work hns been clone,
while tho snnltnry conditions assured
by the thorough advanco preparations,
though they havo taken much time,
have proved life savers. There are
still 100,000,000 cubic yards of earth
and rock to bo removed, but Col.
(loethnis reiterates tho declaration
that the canal will bo ready for use in
191 G. There Is no doubt that tho com
merce of the world is eagerly awaiting
It seems useless to preach caution
about swimming, bathing and rowing
In the hot wenther, yet a little precau
tion about going In tho water over
heated or under other conditions
which Invito danger would give tho
desired watery pleasure without Its
being taken at the risk of n watery
grave. It Is well to remember nlwnys
tlmt water Is the most treacherous of
tlio elements, as It allures, while tho
dangers or the others are plainly ap
parent. A man In Wisconsin hns such a pas
sion lor liard manual labor that to
gratify It ho bus forsaken a lucratlvo
law practice. It Is slgnlllcant of this
typo or desire Mint his friends think
his mind unbalanced. Wero the world
generally subject to this desire for
hard work, lire would be halcyonlc In
Its contentment, and a certain gentle
man, proverbial ror looking nrter the
lazy contingent, would have to go out
Knnsns City, Mo., Is to hnvo a $20.
000,000 rallrond station. It is not many
generations ago that Kansas City was
merely a stopping place on the trails
and stago routes that led to tho great
west. IJut both Kansas City and the
great west havo been going some In
Possibly in tho fullness of tlmo
chauffeurs who attempt to drive
across railway crossings In advanco of
a train will lenrn that it merely means
more business for the gravedlgger.
Now Jersey is determined not to
waste Us natural resources. The con
stable in a llttlo town In tho state puu
Ishes hoboes by chaining them In the
streets. Tho mosquitoes do the resu
Tho Immigrant with but f25 in hJs
pocket is likely to become a public
charge In short order. 1'hero aro
enough or thnt class hero now.
A slot machine has to bo on its
gunrd all tho tlmo lest It swallow
somothlng which will not ngree with
Urltnnnla has hud a rudo shock.
Uer monopoly or ruling tho wave? Is
limited. She doesn't rulo tho air
WAS NEVER NEAR THE POLE
Herbert Brldgman Enters Actively
Into Controversy Steamer Roose
velt Not Ready to Leave
Llttlo, If any. progress has been
made toward settling the Pearj-Cook
controversy oxer tho discovery of the
north pole. Sentiment In this country
nml nhroad strongly favors placing thu
whole matter before an unbiased com
mission for decision. Until some ac
tion along this line Is taken, the bit
ter personal war bids fair to spread.
Dr. Cook's adherents nre standing
firm, producing eveiything at hand to
Comiminler Peary's discredit, while
the Peary hackers, encouraged by his
tepe.itcd denouncing of Dr. Cook, ac
claim the commander ns the only dis
coverer of the pole, and defy Cook to
establish Ills right to the achievement.
Both from (iermany and from
France there came recommendations
for deciding the famous (liuirrcl by
Wireless dispatches Sunday night
told of Dr. Cook's homeward Journey
on the steamer Oscar II, gallj deco
rated In his honor. He mingles free
ly xvltli tho passengers and related
moro of his experiences. Tho Oscar
II is due In N'ew York on September
Commander Peary, according to the
latest reports, Is still In tho vicinity
or Battle Harbor, Labrador, whore the
Hoosevelt Is being lepalred before her
trip to Sydney, N F., where .Mrs.
Peary awaits him.
Mrs. Cook remains In N'ew York.
Scores or newspaper correspondents
are awaiting Peary's arrival at Syd
ney, where elaborate preparations
have been made for his reception.
In New York the Arctic club of
America Is completing arrangements
for the banquet to Dr. Cook on the
ex cuing ot Thursday, Septemier 2.!,
while the Hudson-Fulton commission
congratulates itself on the prospect of
having both explorers in New York
during the celebration.
Commander Peary's record xvas
commented on favorably Irom n New
York pulpit, thus indirectly bringing
the church Into the International dis
cussion. William C. McDowell, presi
dent of the League of Pence, remain
ing neutral, urged the elimination ot
all personal feeling.
Dispatches irom Paris Indicate that
France would not ho averse to acting
as mediator iu the dispute, being
peculliuly lifted for this task as an
Wreck at Burnham.
Two Burlington (rains met in col
lision half a mile we.-.t or Burnham
station at 11:10 a. in. Sunday and
two men xvero killed and live serious
ly Injured. The accident was caused
by passenger train No. S9 railing to
take the siding nt Burnham station
to permit a heavy stock extra east
bound to pass. Tho collision took
place a quarter ot a mllo west or tho
west end ot tho Burnham parsing
track, and near the center or a long
curve, three miles west of Lincoln.
W. L. Bohrer, Fulls City, bead
crushed, chest badly bruised.
William (irilllii, colored, Wyniore,
W. F. Spahn. Beatrice, loft leg
broken, cut on head. Will recover.
S. Seaman, Beatrice, back xvrenched.
II. O. Warner, 2119 T street. Lin
coln, head hurt, hack xvrenched, seri
ous but not fatal.
A. P. Watson, Albany, Toxns, .severe
contusions, hand cut.
Ben Witchoy, Manslleld. O., shoul
Mrs. Louis Fehlinan, Burwlck, Kan.,
badly bhnken up.
K. Ci. Bignell, Lincoln, engineer of
stock train, slightly Injured.
J. J. Powell. Durchurd, chest and
left leg bruised.
J 10. Powell, Burchard. shoulder and
right leg bruised.
Win. Kemnke. Crete, rluht leu
Mrs. M. K. Hills. Llbeity, Neb.,
Canada Claims That Pole.
Ottawa Cnnnda claims all land di
rectly north of tho American conti
nent as fnr as the pole upon xvhleh
It xvould be possible to nail a flag.
This position will bo taken, It Is said,
otllcially, In reply to a question asked
In tho Brtish house or commons as
to the ownership or tho north pole,
soon after tho result or Dr. Cook's
and Peary's explorations became
known. The question xvas referred
for reply. Canada's answer in effect
will bo that all tho territory between
the North American boundary nml the
north pole must bo recognized as
Cannda's hinterland. Tho Islands, It
Is maintained, have been formally
taken possession of by Captain Her
nerr, Canada's Arctic explorer, who
Is now lost In tho far north.
Found Guilty of Forgery.
London Conrad Hnrmes, alias Hen
ry Clifford, who xvas arrested In Lon
don last June on the chargo of swind
ling .1. S. Bache & Co. of Noxv York
out of nearly $S,000 by forging drafts
on tho Swiss lunkvereln of London,
xvns Saturday found guilty at tho old
Bnlloy on this chnrgo of forgory and
another or bigamy and sentenced to
six years penal sorxitudo and then to
bu deported. To tho end tho man
maintained that ho was Honry Cllf-,
ford and not Conrad Harmes.
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To be Known as
Ovor ono liumlrod thouennd million (100,000.000.000) curs of corn xvore crown In the United States last year. Over
ix billion dollars xvero imld for tlium. Moiu than a million nml a uu'irter extra dollars xvont luto tlio pockets of tho
farmers for ooru this year than they received for tho previous year's crop.
Tho reaion fur this may bo found in tho fact that tho people of tho United States nro besinulnc to learn how delicious
cum Iu and to realize Its full food valuo.
Kolloce's Toasted Corn Flakes has placed corn amonc tho Indlspensablo items of dally faro.
Tho makers, therefore, aro Interested fix tho dcvrlopment of tho KIiik of Cereals, nnd havo dcoldrd to award a beautiful
trophy for tho man, woman or child xvho cnu produce thu best cur of ooru In two dilf erent season.
Professor Holdon, of tho loxx'a Stato Colleito. tho creatctt authority on corn In tho ;orld, xvill award tlio prlzn at tho
Nntlonal Corn J.xiwltlon. to bo held at Oiimlia. Nob.. lleccinlicrCtli tn 18th. 1DUU. Txx'okIiikIo ruli-H will t'uvern tho plan,
nml thoy nre: that you bond your bcit car of cot n to tho National Com Kxpoltlon, Uiiinhn. Neb,, beforo November
27, 1600. and that you nro a member of tuu Natlomil Corn Aboolatlon. Full particulars rccardti'if xvhleh can bo had by
xvritlnic to National Corn Kx position. Omaha, Neb. Tie n tac securely to your specimen and word It. "For tho
nellocir Trophy Conte.'t," and xvrito your niimo nnd nildreH plainly. If yours Is Judged tho best, you will iret tho
iruimy iur niiu. ii you mieeutiu acaiu iiuxt year or ino year iiiiiuwiui;. mo iropny win tiuouiuo yuur pruperty lur
all time, hi other words, you must produco tho best ear of corn two dllfurent years.
Thero will bo no restrictions. Any ninn. v.-om.xn or child belonuinc to tho Association can enter. II will bo onen
to cvtry Btatoin ttio union, rroicssor Moidenxvin juauo tho corn particularly on
of inoro corn per ucro Ih otio object of tho award, but the uiuln punoso of
Increasing the Quality of Corn Used in Making Kcllogg's
TOASTED CORN FLAMES
Many peonlo think xvo
eat" today. All
HOW THEY LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
KHa There aren't many faces like
Stella No; but I guess the supply
xvill equal tho domnnd.
WHAT IS PAINT?
Tho paint on a house Is tho extreme
OlltsldO Of thO llOUSO. Tho wnnrl Ih
simply n structural under layer. That
Is as It should bo. Unprotected wood
xvlll not xvell xvlthstand xveathcr. But '
paint made of pure white lead and
linseed oil Is an Invuinorablo armor i
ngainst sun and rain, heat and cold.
Such paint protects and preserves, I
fortifying the perishable xvood xvltb a j
completo metallic casing. '
And tho outside or tho house is tho j
looks of tho house. A xvell-construct-eel
building may bo greatly dopre- I
dated by lack of painting or by poor
National Lead Company havo mado
it possible for every building owner
to bo absolutely sure of puro white ,
lead paint before applying. They do '
this by putting upon every pnekago
of their white lead their Dutch Hoy
Painter trademark. That trademark
1b a completo guarantee.
"When visiting a certain town In tho
Midlands," says a medical man, "I xvas
told of au extraordinary incident
wherein tho main llgnie, an econom
ical housewife, exhibited, under trying
circumstances, a trait quite character
istic of her. It seems that sho had by
mlstako taken n quantity of poison
morcurlnl poison tho antidote for
xvhleh, as all should know, comprises
tho xvhlteB of eggs. When this antl
doto xvas being administered, tho order
for xvhleh tho unfortunato lady had
overheard, she managed to murmur, al
though almost unconscious. "Mnry,
Mary! Save tho yolks for tho pud
LOW COLONIST FARES TO THE
WEST AND NORTHWEST.
Union Pnclflc Passenger Depart
ment announces that Colonist Fares
xvlll ho in effect from Sept. 15 to Oct.
15, 1009, to all points in tho West and
This yenr the West looks more
promising than ever. Now Is the time
to securo lnnd at low prices, nnd, nt
the Bitnio time, to visit tho mnnj Inter
esting points In tho West and North
west, at which llbcrnl stopover ar
rangements mny be made.
A bettor estlmato of raxv lands enn
ho made noxv than formerly, because
theso lnnds are In proximity to noxv
fnruiB that aro producing wonderful
For doscrlptlvo literature, wrlto
to K. L. Lomnjc, G. P. A., U. P. II.
"Seeing Is Believing."
Herodotus: Wo nro Icsb convinced
by wlut xvo hear than hy xvhat xvo
the Best Ear of Corn
the Sr.jt'fMvftCL National CornTrophy
To be Awarded nt tho
Exposition, Omaha, e&Trtoo.
havo reached the point of perfection in Toasted Corn Flakes an It
now is. rernnp-ixvoiinxu. ityounavou i tried it, oeuiu your education
jrrocors haxo It.
KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., Baltic Creek, Mien.
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TRAGEDY ON A BANK NOTE w. n. u.,
Bitter Words Found Written on a Dol
lar Bill by the Receiving
"Yes, I collect queer bank notes,"
said the receiving teller. "I've been
doing It for years. You know thero
nre some very odd things written on
bank notes sometir.es." He pointed
to a one-dollar bill hung in a frame
of black oak on tho wall. "Read
that," he said. "And I've got queer
er ones than that even In my col
lection." On the bank note In red ink xvns
xvritlen in a feminine hnnd: "You
havo robbed me ot all the rest, and of
my soul also. .May this burn your
hand when you touch it. .May all
you buy with it be accursed. You
have the last. Are you now satisfied?
The collector xighed sentimentally.
"Think of the tragedy," he said, "that
may lie hid behind those simple lit
tle phrases, eh?"
A TEXAS CLERGYMAN
Speaks Out for the Benefit of Suffer
Nov. G. M. Gray, Ilaptlst clergy
man, of "Whitcsboro, Tex., says:
"Four years ago I
suffered misery with
movement xvas one
of pain. Doan's Kid
ney Pills removed
the whole clifllculty
after only a short
time. Although I do
nlt ItltA in lan a . a a
XXfSll IlilVI.- Ill
jy ' name used publicly,
1 lllilllU 1111 U.M.-1'jlllUll
In this case, so that other sufferers
from kidney troublo mny prollt by my
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a becc.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Doctors' Orders.
A lady xvhoso husband seemed to bo
doing little but lio lu the hammock
nnd eat apples, xvas asked by a sym
pathetic neighbor xvhat the trouble
with him xvas. "Doctors," she replied,
badly. "No, he hasn't come Into u for
tune." A xvrlter In ToDay's .Magazine
tells tho story.
"You see," explained tho xvlfo, "he's
been having some sort of mutter xxith
his stomach, und he consulted two dif
ferent doctors about it. Ono told him
to eat a rlpo apple every hour, nnd
tho other snld to rest an hour after
eating. So he's trying to do both."
Anything But That.
Llttlo John Is tho youngest of a
family of five boys, snys the Deline
ator. Ono day Ills mother said to
htm: "O, John, Isn't It too bnd I have
n't ono llttlo girl? I could curl her
hair und make such pretty little
dresses for her. Don't you wish you
xvero u llttlo girl?"
"Why, mother," ho snld, "I'd rather
bo most any other kind of animal you
could mention than a girl."
Tho extraordinary popularity of fine
xvhito goods this summer makes tho
choice of Starch a matter of great im
portance. Dcflanco Starch, being freo
from all injurious chemicals, is the
only ono which is safe to uso on lino
fabrics. It great strength as a stiffen
or makes half tho usual cuiantlty of
Starch necessary, xxith tho result of
porfoct finish, equal to that when tho
goods wero noxv.
His Helping Hand.
First Him When thnt man fell
overboard, why did you throw tho
cigar I gavo you after him?
Second Him I thought I heard tho
poor devil call for a rope!
the basin of ipiulitv. Tlio urowlne
Uio founder ot tho troihy Is for
in Vood tuimrs to
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
Tliey also relieve DIs
t reus from Dyspepsia, In
KutliiK. A perfect rem
edy for DIzzlnrMi, Nau
neii, Drowsiness, Und
Taxte In the Mouth, Coat
ed Tongue. I'nln In tha
Side, TOKP1D L1VEK.
They rtffulnto thu IJo
weld. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE,
Genuine Must Bear
In the purchase of
It is an absolute
guarantee of pur
ity and quality.
For your oxvn
that it is on the side of
every keg of xvhlte lead
KATICNU IED COMPANY
1M2 Trinity Building, N.w York
ing Too Good
for you. That's why we want you
to take CASCARETS for liver and
bowels. It's not advertising talk
but merit the great, wonderful.
lasting merit of CASCARliTS that
we want you to know by trial. Then
you'll have faith and join the mil
lions who keep well by CASCA
RETS alone. vo
CASCARP.TS ioc a box for a week's
ttcntmcnt. nil driicillsts. nlggest Bellor
ia the world. Million boxen a mouth.
of thu paper de
sirinK to buy
tised in its columns should iniiil upon
having what they aik (or, refuting all
substitutes or imitations.
Safcl Can't Cut Your Face
NO STROPPING NO HONING
Hi iffTuJiaa 1 iMiialiiisT
FREE HOMESTEADS "00 Tmr,(r ",,ins.
I lltt IIUIULOIbHUO Kpli-iu III fertile Imiilx,
npcn tohi'ttlPi'K.iili C lucrum' Klvuruixlhtuutl
ln HiK'U ltrM'lMilluiiH, In hmitli D.iltutH. Ap-jilli-iiiilbhlioulil
rt-KlMt-r ut I'li'rro Oclol'Or itli
tu'.'JliU, Compli-lt display of pnnlnctH of open
UuiU, exhibited ut (i.i-.bi'lt Imposition during
ii'Ulxtnithiii. I'ltiTt- nearest point tn lands,
ulilehainehlPllv iu IMeiru Laud DlHtrlet.uiKl
nil mint's must iinnmdii theie. Unlijuc diver
HioiiHcfi ilaj. Ample liiiteliieromnioilntlous.
Address l'lurro lloiml of Trmlo, riorro.H. U.
I Only official map prepared by Stato
I Engineer, showing Standing Rock nnd
j ( heyenno lands with full information
, great laud drawing, aoc silver. SOUTH
D KOTA 1MMIGRA HON AiDEVELOP
I MhNT HL'RhAU, Picrro S. 1). Libt 2.
MAID rtAI RAM
ChlLtft and UsaLllti tha h.fr.
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