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WAIT SUGGESTS NEW LAW
Secretary Would Have Authority
ELEVATOB COMPANY APPEALS
Nye Schneider . Fowler (miir
Makea Farther Objection to the
Jadgment of t'oart In
(Prom a staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 7 lAn.nl.n
Pecretary of Btate Walt has proposed to
xne statute revision committee a chaage
Jn the law relating to the collection of
an annual state tax against corporations.
The change suggested by the state offi
cial rets out that upon ths publishing if
the names of the delinquent corporations
September 1 of each year the governor
shall forthwith declare all their oharters
forfaited and the right of such corpora
tlons to do business shall be declared
illegal unless the fees are remitted by
tho 30th of November next following.
A proviso Is also appended which gives
the secretary of state the authority to
reinstate such corporations as may have
become delinquent. The reinstatement for
unie is to be made within a year follows
Ing.the date of the delinquency.
On the ground that the state supreme
court In the opinion previously rendered
is based on an erroneous view of the
law, attorneys for the Nye-Schnelder-Fowler
'company today asked that . tri
bunal for a Judgment In lta favor In 'a
cane in which the estate of M. R. dunyd
Is the other party.
Qundy died aa the result of a fall from
one of .the company's elevators. He was
t that time employed aa a workman at
the company's plant there. The Jury In
the district court trial of the case
awarded the dead man' heirs Judgment
In the sum of $3,200.
In a brief filed In behalf of the state
In the ouster suit against Chief of Police
Donahue of Omaha, former 'Attorney
General Arthur Mullen calls attention to
what ho terms an utter disregard of law
by Donahue's attorneys. A statement
made by the legal corps of the Omaha
official Is that should their Client be
ousted from office at the present time by
the state supreme court, then he' could
Immediately be reappointed to the office.
This, according to Attorney Mullen, would
effectually disqualify Chief Donahue from
again .holding office and place him be
yond the hope of coming into possession
of the position which he had . attained
through the Fire and Police Board. The
attorney for the' state In his brief filed
today supports this contention with ' a
citation from a New York case.
Says Entire State
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. --Special Tele
gram.) Upon ' his arrival . from a week's
campaign of the state Governor - Aldrlch
today declared that the republican state
ticket would be elected from top to bot
tom." Every man Is going In by a sub
stantial majority," said he, "and we're
going to carry the state tor every one of
the six men on the ticket.
"Wherever I have made speeches' I
have had Just aa large crowds as Mr.
Bryan had, I believe, and (hey were Just
as attentive and gave me Just as ' re
spectful hearings as he received. I be
lieve from the talk that the majority of
the voters' saw the Justice of 'my ' con
tentions in -meeting Mr. Bryan's .state
wide plea to' republicans to vote the
fusion ticket." -
Two Suits Against
Mark Coad Estate
FREMONT, - Neb., Nov. : 6.-(SpecIal.)
Valeria Allenspach, the divorced wife of
the late Mark M. Coad, is still after
money from the estate. Jn county court
Saturday Judge Stlnson held that she
could not recover on a claim which she
had filed 'against the estate . for money
alleged to have 'been loaned Coad. Her
case probably will go to the district
court. ' . . t . ,
Among the other claims filed against
theioad estate is one of a former Fre
mont dressmaker for the purchase price
of some mining' stock. She claims that
when she bought the stock of Coad she
took a written agreement back that he
was to return the money if the stock did
not pay big returns.
WATSON HOTEL AT NEBRASKA
CITY DAMAGED BY FIRE
NEBRASKA CITT, Nov. 6.-(Spec4al.)-A
fire. broke out In the third 'Story of the
Watson hotel at an early hour Sunday
morning. It had gained good headway
before It was discovered and the firemen
experienced a great deal of , trouble In
holding It In check, and It was not until
after daylight before It was declared out
The entire east side of the hotel, in
cluding the saloon on the first floor, was
gutted because of a light shaft extending
up through that part of the building.
The landlord of the hotel some time since
began suit against the Slchl. Hotel com
pany, which, owns this property, because
of alleged failure to fix up the building
and the heating, plant. The dining room
had been closed several weeks and D.
V. Long, who was In charge of the furni
ture in the building, was taking only
lodgers. Those who were In the building
were aroused by Night Clerk Charles
Iteed and got out In good shape. The
hotel company had arranged to remodel
the building, "but could not get' posses
sion. There was no Insurance on tha
furniture In the hotel and the hotel prop
erty loss is partially covered by Insur
ance, which is estimated at something
over U.OOO. The loss of Tucker Imm's
saloon Is over liOCO on fixtures and fully
that much more on stock. There was a
light Insurance. The total loss will be
over ltf.000. The hotel will be placed In
tbe bands of the contractors as Soon as
possible, and most of the wsll will be
torn down and remodeled.
Fnainit Mii Badly Iajare4.
FREMONT, Neb., Nov. .-(peclal.)-11.
J. Lee will be badly disfigured as a
lesult of being burned last evening. One
ear la nearly burned off and Is face will
be baaUy scarred. Hal Injuries are seri
ous and painful and It will be some time
before he will be able to be out Tbe
barn and automobile were entlrejy de
stroyed. 'Loss about. $l,5u00, with no Insurance.,.
Demurrer Filed in
South Omaha Police
Board Ouster Suit
(From a Staff Correspondent.) .
IJNCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 8.-t8pecl Tele
gram.) H. H. Fleharty and Smyths.
Smith and Schall. attorneys for the
respondent In the ouster suit brought
by the order of Oovernor Aldrlch agslnit
Fire and Police Commissioners Ryan and
Plvonka of South Omaha, today filed a
demurrer asking that the suit be
The following reasons are set out In ths
demurrer: That the Information does not
state facts sufficient to authorise the
court to take cognisance of the case.
That the supreme court has no authority
to hear the case, save on appeal. That
the information Is defective and not suf
ficient to Justify the court in ordering
the respondents to show why the order
of ouster should not be iKsued. .
NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
AT STANTON TO BE DEDICATED
ET ANTON, Neb.. Nov. C (Special.)
The new high school building, which has
been under the hands of the contractors
for over a year, Is at last ready for oc
cupancy. Tho high tchool grades will
move Into the few building Monday, No
vember 13. and the remainder of the
school will not move until dedication,
Friday, November 24. The dedication will
be a public .affair and will take pace
Friday afternoon and evening. Chancellor
Avery of .the State university will deliver
the address of dedication. Besides this a
splendid program contesting of speeches,
music, singing and drills will take place
in the assembly room in the . afternoon.
The mombera of tha senior, class will
serve punch and entertain the guests.
Specimens of the work of the pupils of
the school will be on ethlblt for the
public Inspection In the lower rooms. In
the evening another splendid program
will be rendered at the Raabe opera
AUTO ACCIDENTJN SCRIBNER
Postmaster lames Bearer is Prob
ably Fatally Hurt.
BRAIN INJURED LEG BROKEN
Official la H
a Donn by Car
(it Karta, a
fhotoarapaer of West
FREMONT. Neb., Nov. 6.-i9peolnl.)-Postmaster
James Beaver of Kcrlbner
was probably fatally hurt In the streets
Of Scribner when run down by an auto
mobile driven by . August Kurts, a ph,.
tographer of West Point. Beaver's leg
was broken and he suffered concussion of
the brain snd internal Injuries. He has
not regained consciousness. A surgeon
operated this. morning to remove pressure
from the brain.
WILLIAM SAVAGE DROWNED
NEAR NEBRASKA CITY
NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., Nov. .-Ppe-clal.)
William Ravage, while walking oh
a sail boat In front of this 'city at noon
Sunday made a mis-step and. fell Into
the swift running current of the river
and was drowned before assistance could
reach Mm. A large crowd dragged the
river all afternoon for the body without
success. - Me was to years of age and
leaves a widow and five children.
' Persistent Advertising
to Big Returns.
Is the - Road
Large Crowd Hears
Aldrich at Aurora
AURORA, Neb.,, Nov. 5,-i.Ppcclal Tele
gram.) Governor Aldrlch closed the cam
paign In Hamilton county Inst evening
with. an. address to a largo audience In
the opera house. Judge 'G. F. Washburn,
republican. candidate for'.dlstrlct Judge In
th district, opened the meeting with a
brief address and received an enthusiastic
reception. Chairman 11. O. Horgcson
Males Killed by Train.
TABLE ROCK, Neb.. Nov. . (Special.)
Passenger trnln No. . southbound, Sat
urday morning struck three mules-north
of town belonging to' Mr. Deltart, near
his residence, killing two of them and
crippling the third so thnt It had to bo
Fourth Morningside TALK OF PIPE LINE REVIVED
Foot Ball Player Has
BIOl'X CITY. Is., Nov. 6-The fourth
of the Mornlngslile college foot ball
tcgulsrs to be sulrkon with typhoid
fever, Robert Vernon and "Turk" K'f
fert. haV been tiiken to St. Joseph's
hospital for treatment. Tho players now
In the hospital are Vernor, left end;
Klffert, left gusrd; Kruuso. halfback, ami
Wlckes, center. "Hie origin of the fever
Is a myntery to tho athletic authorities
St the college. The athletes do not rat
together, nor do they ever follow an out
line of diet. Inoculation with typhoid
bacilli as a means of curbing the disease
Is delng discussed now as an Immediate'
measure by athletic managers at the
WHITE BRIDE OF JAPANESE
' DENTIST KILLS HERSELF
ROCK SPRINGS. Wyo Nov. 6.-Spo-clal.)
Mrs.. Josle Uyono,"' aged 25 years,
died today from, the effects of an over
dose of morphine, taken with suicidal
Intent several days ago. Deceased was
an American girl and was married to a
Japanese dentist about a year ago at
Raton, N. M. Mrs. Uyeno loft a note
asking that her father, J.' O. Montgomery
of Medicine Lodge, Kan., be notified. The
note bore the following also:
"Joe has driven me to destruction, i.e
has refused to pay the rent. This Is aw
fully embarrassing to me. I would rather
The landlord, however,, says that the
rent has been paid every- month In ad
vance. . v .
BROTHERS UNITED AFTER
siotrx Falls. 8. v., Nov. .-speeiui.i
After a separation of forty-eight years
two brothers John Conway, a Fouth ln
kotan. and Patrick Conway of Spokane,
Wash. have been reunited through tho
efforts of L. It. O'NcIl of Sioux Fal's.
John Conway for some years has tiren a
resident, ot 'lell Rapids. Boon after the
commencement of the war of tho rebellion
Patrick Conway left his home in the cast,
and from that time until a few days bko
members of .the family had heard nothing
from hint and were unaware of whether
he was living or dead. All they could
learn was that he had enlisted In the
army and had fought In the battle of
Hull Run. With only this clue to work
upon, I If. O'Nell volunteered to take
Up the search, for tho missing man and
locate him If he yet was In tha land of
the living. A few days ago he had tho
satisfaction of learning thst Patrick Con
way was yet alive and that he resided at
229 North Harvard street, Spokane. John
Conway lost no tlmo In starting for Spo
kane, where the reunion belwcnn tho
brothers has taken place after a avpara
Hon of nearly half a century.
Operation of Standard Oil Company
in Wyoming: Brings Up Matter.
OMAHA IS THE LOGICAL POINT
andartl Will Seek On Hot for lis
Ininie.iae iily nt rasper,
Where lleflnrrlra Have
Now that the Standard oil company Is
said to have bought heavily In the new
nil fields iiear Casper, Wjo., where It
has built refiner! -s, there Is con
sldcrablo talk of tho probability that (he
Standard will 'get ahead of the lender
oil people In the construction of a pipe
line to Omaha.
"The construction of u pipe line to
Omaha by tho Standard seems feasible
cnouah." said (J. V. Wattles of the Com
mercial club committee appointed to co
operate with the Wyoming oil men In
plans for a pipe line.
"The Lander man who Is at the head
of tho Lauder pipe lino movement Is now
In Kurope after the necessary capital.
We have not heard, from lilm for some
time, and until we di we will not know
how hla negotiations aro progressing. In
the meantime, tho Standard muy get
ahead of him."
Omaha would be the logical polunt for
tho distribution of the product of the
Wyoming fields, think members of the
Commercial club committee, and bring
ing It here by pipe would save an enor
mous expense In transportation.
YOUNG CLAIM HOLDER
BELL1S FOURC1IIC 8. P., Nov. tf
(Speclal.) With $")00 in bank and Just
ready to provo up on hla homestead,
Lars 8. iAlngen, a young clalmhoUler
near Empire,, forty-flvo miles northeast
of here, disappeared and not the slightest
trace of him has been found. Lnlngen
was last seen when he went Into Kmplre
and purchased a padlock for his shack,
declaring that It had Just been robbed,
lie went back to put the padlock on and
has not since ' been heard from. His
brother and another homesteader adjoin
ing found their-shacks robbed the next
day, and It Is feared that lnlngen may
have , encountered the robbers and met
KENNEDY OF OMAHA
IN CROSS-COUNTRY RUN
LINCOLN, Nib., Nov. 6.-(Speclal Tele
pram. )-At the tryouts to pick a team of
six men for the cross country team held
Monday night, the work of Al Kennedy
of Omnhu Waa a distinct feature of the
long distance run. The tryouts resulted
In tho selection of the following men:
Captain Anderson, Al Kennedy, Klrby
Kwatisnn, Clyde Gales. F. II. Spalding
and R. T. Roggs. Anderson nnd Hwan
soti are the only two veterans on the
learn. i Anderson, Kennedy and Bwansnn
finished together, nnd easily outdistanced
the rest of the sipiad. About twenty
contestants took part In the preliminaries.
The run Included a hike to the state
fair grounds and back, a distance of
about three miles. Tha six will go to
Iawrenco, Kan., to compete against tho
other schools of tha Missouri valley In
the cyosa country run to be held on
November IS tho day of tho Nehraska
Kunsaa foot ball game. Nebraska's
showing at tho tryouts was entirely satis
factory and Conch Clapp expects the
team to make a strong showing at the
western Interleollcglnto meet, to bo held
In Iowa city.
Moat Wonderful llenllna. '
After sufferlttg many years with a
sore, Amos King, Port Byron, N. Y., was
cured by Rucklen's Arnica Salve. 25c.
For sale by Rraton Drug Co.
Get a SIsmp '
" XX X. Coffee
. V SaGrower
The big colfee trust, made up 'of Brazilian
growers and American importers has been
trying various tact ics to boost the price of ctfx
fee and get more money from the people.
Always the man who is trying to dig extra
mtney out of the public pocket, on a combina
tin, hates the man who blocks the game.
Nw comes a plaintive bleat from the
"exasperated" ones, ' ' ' '
The Journal of Commerce lately said:
"A stirring circular has just been issued to the
coffee trade." . The article further, says:
"The coffee:world is discussing what is to
be the future of coffee as a result of the cam
paign of miseducatioh carried on by the cereal
coffee people. We have before us a letter
from one of the largest roasters; in the South
asking what can be done to counteract the work
of the enemies of coffee.
"The. matter should have been taken up
by the Brazilian Gov't when they were com'
pleting their beautiful valorization scheme."
Then the article ' proceeds to de
nounce Postum and work into a fine
frenzy because we have published
facta regarding the 'effect of coffee
on some ieople-
The harrowing tale goes on.
"Where a few years ago everybody
drank coffee, several cups a day, now
we find in every walk In life people
who Imagine they entmot drink It.
(The underscoring is ours.) Hurley
blacksmiths, carpenters, laborers and
athletes ' nave discontinued or cut
down the use of uffee; as there Is
not a person who reads this and will
not be able to find the aame condi
tions existing among his own circle of
acquaintances. Is it not well for the
Braxlllans to all up and take notice?"
Isn't it CUriOUS these "burly
strong men should pick out coffee to
"imagine" about? ' Why ' not "Imag
ine" that regular doses of whiskey'
are harmful, or dally alugs of mor
phine. If "Imagination", makes tha caf
feine In coffee clog the liver, depress
tha heart and ateadily tear down the .
nervous system, bringing on one or
more of the dozens of types of dis
eases which follow broken-down nerv
ous systems, n.any people don't know
It. . ''
Rut It remained for the -man who
lias colfee. morphine or whiskey to
eell, to have the supreme nerve to
say; ' "fo'i only Imagine your dis
order Kot-p nn buying from me"
Let us continue to quote from his
"Notwithstanding the enormous In
crease in population during the past
three years, coffee shows an appall
ing decreae In consumption."
Then follows a tiresome lot 'of sta
tistics which wind Up by showing a
decrease of consumption In two years
of, In round figures, two hundred mil
Here We see the cause for the at
tacks on us and the Braslllan sneers
at Americans who prefer to use a
healthful, home-made breakfast drink
and incidentally, keep the money in
America, rather than send the mil
llohs to Uraxll and pay for an article
that ihemlsti Cla-'s among the drugs
and not among the foods.
Will the reuder please remember, we
never announce that coffee "hurts"
Some persons seem to have excess
vitality enough to use coffee, tobacco,
and whiskey for yturs and apparently
be none the worse, tut the number Is
small, and when a senslblo man or
woman finds an urtlclo acts harmfully
they exercise some degree of Intel
ligence by dropping It.
We quote again from the article;
"These f gures are paralysing but
correct, being taken from Leech's sta
tistics, recognised as the most reli
able." . .
. e e
This is one of the highest compli
ments ever paid to the level-headed,
common sense of Americans who cut
off about two hundred million pounds
of coffee when (hey found by actual
experiment (in the majority of rases)
that the subtile druir caffeine, In cof
fee, worked discomfort and varying
forms of disease.
Borne people haven't the character
to stop a habit when they know It Is
killing them, but It Is easy to shift
from coffee to Postum for, when made
according to directions, it comes to
table a cup of beversge, seal brown
color which turns to rich golden brown
when cream in added, and the taste
is very like the milder grades of old
Pontum Is a veritable food drink and
highly nourishing, containing all the
parts of whr.-ut carefully prepared to
which Is added about 10 per cent of
New Orleans molasses, and thut Is
absolutely all thut Pom turn Is made of.
Thousands of visitors to the pure
food fa'torles sie the Ingredients and
how prepared. Kvery nook und corner
is open for every visitor to carefully
InspAct. Crowds come dully and seem
to enjoy It.
"There's a Reason"
rostum Cereal Company, limited
Battle, Creek, Mlohlgan.
To Manufacturers of
In preparing jour schedule for advertising,
or if you arc contemplating an advertising cam
paign, wc would invite your attention to the
advertising value of
and Harper's Bazar
Full particulars regarding rates may be -obtained
from any General Advertising Agent, or
by addressing our Advertising Department.
Harper & Brothers
YOST-High Grade Furs
eUat Corner 20th and Karnnlii. Telephone Douglas .1010.
of CbJef Attractions and Thlaga of Interest
een at the Land
Mouth of the big duck and the loud 'noiset where
they gave away five ncres or orsnge land to the
I lucky gueeser on the Jar of. nuts. The land of
flowers, oranges, gr.me lrult, lemons, figs, dates,
itiuta, olive and alfalfa the year round. Address,
'North Malt lllver Valley Irrigation Co.. Phoenix. Ar.
go, The.Uoolh where you
n wnno ana
Los Angeles, Han Die
saw everything wort
including climate and
nnnortui.lt v. Aridrnaa
Los. AtlHltlAH I'HnmiiAr nf ninmrea. ne Kun
)iegn Chamber of C imir.erce. lietter still, go
iii ami see ior yourselves. i
"Whore you saw the famous Hacrameuto Valley
ICxhlhlt. Inquire about the next excursion to
this beautiful country, Nov. 16. Trowbridge
A Holster, 404 City National Dank Building.
Omaha, Nebraska. ,
At the Tulare County Dootff you saw the big
peaches, potatoes, corn, pumpkins, prunes and
plums. AIho the fine oranges, lemons and citrus
fruits. Von can farm lor pleasure and profit In
Tulare County, AUdi-r, Tulare County . Board
of TraV, ViHalla. California.
terms or one-tenth. AiMret,s C
FntterBun Id the Famous Kan Joaquin Val
ley. .Why not go with us and gee this Pur.
IIko for. l'laln People , Payne Investment
Cotiipnny, Omaha, Nebraska.
Vvhere you saw the Hatte kiver Valley Kxhlhit,
showing wheat, oats, flux and corn ralRed on aub
lrHgatod soil: land that pa) far itself In two
ysais.. He nell this land on Urum of one-third to
I naianeet ;i to
Valley Land Co.
6 years. - Address
Apples, Apples, Hlg-lted and Vullow Apples, nice
(lean potatoes, miner uects, grains grown at
Xctohklss, Malta Count;', Colorado. "You remm-'
berf Heineinticr also lamln from M per sore
and upwatd.' Address Ooula and WiUoughby,
Hotcbltiss, Colorado. - . .
Where you saw the Han Luis Valley Exhibit,
showing especially the big gralnt and. field peas,
unequalled lor hog feed; heard about the new
uirur factory; etui -jvhure you. learned that
ran nuy irrigated ianos in this noli valley -on
The Hlo Urande liome Co., of Alamosa. Colo., or.
rupleti Jl'KPth No. 1. This Is where you saw the
fire cubhage, celery and other vegetables; ono
fti VnrlnMi fie 1 .,lnf arlr. itiumac natm ft... ...Ittl.ia.l
ltlH bushela per sere. 7k 4 busheTa of wheat, wonderful alfalfa, choice
p.itatfien, etc.. ironi tha Sunny Han Lul Valley. Culo. Write theui today t
Where you saw especially tbe fine Apples, Potatoes
and grain raided In Marsh Valley, the "Gal-den
Bput of Idnho.V Address Downey Improvement
Co., Downoy, Idaho.
! - Where you bouKht lhoe le Be Cea for, a
g K Wiekol und the X.a Trudse for a Dime. You
11 lteuiejiiLcr! Tracy Bros. Co.. who sell mure
,f cigars In Umaha th-in any other house. WhyT
1 v ' t.niikllty All first cIuhm dealers seil our goods.
'i rary llroii. Co., MIT. loiig, pit.. Urns ha, Neb.
hilltiii iJisijininn 1 tods, the booth "that ln
tercnted many aho wing' the (Trade Mark)
of tho host In Lightning Protection.
Address. V. C. Shlnn. Lincoln, Nebraska.
Wl.efe you saw the beautiful alfalfa and
stm-K raising uxhlblt. . You reinoinberl Large
panorama of rattlo and nl rep, If Interested
In Ail'ulfa talulng tvrlte to tteneral Passenger
Agent. c'lih-ai end Northwestern It 11 .
nnaha. Nebraska, for pumphlft ileullnr fully with the supject. '
the attractive cyriaiama of the Cits7
of Balem and, tha Willamette VaUsy created bv Geo.
1. Hclii rllcr. 1 1.e urtll W lUentllluil with leading art
Where you tiw
rubs in i. mm wo ani l tie country, lie la also super
visor of urawu.'g In the balem giauA and high schools.
AdiircsM lloo, L. hchrelber, 1OI1 ply. Ht., Malum. Ore.
famously fertile Willamette Viley llooth was tha
MkksM ugrli ultulul and horticultural display, tow
Irrigated fruits. huIh und vegetables. No bllasards.
kt ill ma or drouths. No c-'p failures. Five new rail
mails. Urltu to Commercial Cluu Secretary at Corval
Iih, Albany or Kalem, Oregon, .
Let UH explaTii to ou how to own a 6 or 10 acre fruit
and gurilen tract. Albany, Oregon, one of tha best
towns In Oregon, end in the very heart of the famous
WHluii.etle Valley. II. lluOuu for tha nntlro trmnt M,n
eoy iiioimiiy pttyii riiif. iisbh, 110 itnereti, goou mui'KQts, Call
write Meeker & Ileum, hi' HimiiUsIs Theater Building, Omaha.-
Where you saw the two-beaded, calf,
the large cabbage, the flax grown ou
sod, and tho wheat grown without
irrigation Address Ardinore Commer
cial Club, rdmore. Houth Dakota.
The bocih nlth the six-foot wheat; the 100 bushel oats;
the perfect apples; the national silver trophies won in
on. petition UKalnnt the fruit and farm sectlona of the
world. '1 he famous Oimnltton Vnllev in th hmn-i nf irk
No boom prices yet. Alfalfa's natural home, rinaldlng, Livingston Inv, Co.'
1 0 Newliuut.w hi'ln , Halt Lake .City. 8U City Nat. Ilk. Bldg., Omaha, Neo.'
You don't have to he rich to start farming.
ami aold on crcp payments. Remember the
fine products of this year's crop. Address
C. L. Deatty, Pine Uluf fs. Wyoming-. '
"The Wylle Way," where the ticket
was given away dully. Our new
folder will .be published Deo, 1. Na
charge. Write for it todav.
wiui rEiumin? cahpino comtamt, z.XTurosTOir, mosttaxa.
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