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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 10. 1912.
Umngemenl for Concerts ' Hurt
JConth Are Bcin; Completed. .
PUBLIC TAXDfG GREAT INTEREST
IKrti a the ladn-taktag
' aeewgmtsea anal Sapper lsa
Cenerensly Af-eard ar '
V ' ' the CiMavas. '
l"ho management t!" MtWetsaohn
V Choir of Omaha, is connection with the
Theodore Thomas Orchestra cf Chicago
, (lad satisfactory enthusiasm on all sides
tth regard to tha concert series io be
. given at the Auditorium, - Omaha, oa
April a and 9. . .-,!
' The tact U becom!nggeheraUy recog
nised that subscribers ai-'. not being
eased to subscribe; for a looat concert or
fr any OM separat and distinct event,
but rather that they are giving their
up port toa great annual musical1 under,
taking la Omaha, an undertaking which
Involve a (rear expense and which
mean bringing herb once every year one
f the- great orchestra - of the .world
under its' own conductor appearing tn
conjunction Hh a musical orgxauaUoa
of' which any city mlsfct be' proud, an
organisation of Omaha people who present
choral worka in muilcal programs of the
highest arturtio excellence. But let the
term Omaha not be too closely, applied,
for the Mendelssohn choir Includes In its
membership a very valuable coterie of
I singers from Council Bluffs, another from
South Omaha, and another from Dundee,
while Florence and Benson are also ably
The eorner of Eighteenth and Farrtara
streets at 1 o'clock on Monday nights Is
about as busy a corner as one could find;
for at' that hour members of the Mendels
. aohn choir are pouring out from the rs
Ihearaal hall of the. Edward Creighton In-
istltuta, ' the place where the choir has
found so desirable a place for rehearsal
during lu four seasons.
The' Indications are that the concerts
this year will be a popular success, as the
number of single and double subscription
season tickets ut very large and Is grow
ing with steady Increase,
Sir. Frederck Stock, conductor of the
Theodore Thomas orchestra, and Mr.
Thomas I. Kelly, conductor of the Men-deissosn-etaolr,
are at present In corre
spondence as to arrangement of programs
and every effort la being made to make
the musical part of the April festival as
attractiv,-"Brtistlo and Interesting as
Under New Plan at
'Check your baby here until after the
service," will be the greeting at the
Walnut' Hill Mcthldirt church, on Sun
days hereafter. Rev. William Borers, the
pa.tor, has decided to Inaugurate the
eastom of checking the youngsters of
tender age, who for one reason and an
other, Biuet accompany their parent to
church. To make the' new plan practice,
a group of the young women connected
with the church have volunteered to care
for the haMaa and. the toddlers. A tem
porary nursery has been provided which
la equipped with toys, rubber teething
rings and other means of delectable
amusement' for the small folks. For a
starter, arrangements have bean .made
rs care tor as many si fifty children,
ll'cv. Mr1. Boyers has tested the plan
heretofore, at a' church where he" was
nastor in Toledo. 0 and his brother
rnlnliters, wll watch the ofttcouys htnA
With a good oca l or iruerei.yJM nm uiu
pastorate he found U -worked out most
Park Board Plans
. on Playgrounds for,
' Some of the Parks
Plans for Improvement of Han.com,
Rivervtew, Miller and Elm wood parks
by arranging for tennis, croquet, rogue
and other grounds, as well as for base
ball fields and golf links, are under ad
visement by the park commissioners.
Believing that a portion of the main
tenance fund would be well spent In this
manner soma of the commissioners will
discuss the matter with the board at its
There Ja no appropriation for play
grormds tn park, and hence If any money
la spent by the commissioners for this
purpose it most be taken from the main
tenance' fundi, ;
!A Hazy Morning" a
Goes to J.L.Webster
One of the birthday presents which hit
been -received by .John U Webster, who
celebrates his natal day, March IS, Is the
picture, "A Haxy Morning," which was
In the American Art exhibit held by the
Society of Pine Arts st the Public library
February 17 to March Z.
The picture was presented by Mrs.
Webster. It was one of the most popular
pictures la the exhibit and was- con
sidered by the Arts society for purchase.
Jt waa painted by Paul Cornoyer and was
his exhibit picture in the Net Ions Acad
emy of Design In New Tork Recently.
Jt shows Flfly-alntli street in Jiew Tork
Oa a haxy -morning. The eanvaa measures
twenty by thirty incites. 1 ne price or tne
icturs was FM. ,
TBI SIX EERESlGm SISTERS
OMAHA GIRLS -At fre 0pHeu.m
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HE short article which appeared . Chicago, but for many years bavo apent
In this column last wee upon -nearly is nm an u
our good friend Jules Lum- The recital occurs Tuesday evening at
bard seems to have created the Methodist church. Miss Sorenson has
- .... g.-i , riven musla lovers so many treats and
telephone messages have Nten .urprises this winter that they ought to
received and some notes. From a very
close personal friend of his In Omaha 1
find that Mr. Lumbard receives a mod
erate pension . from tho Pennsylvania
Railroad company and that In addition
definite purse Is mado W Ln Wednesday evening. Msrch W. Com
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE
i WILL HOLD A BIG RALLY
The Baptist Toung People's union of
the Omaha association will bold a Ug
j-ally at Calvary Baptist church. Twenty
fifth and Hamilton streets, this cvenin;
' Foliowmg Is the program:
j Saturday x-venlng.
. 7:a Praise service. Mr. Carence N-
iA1"- - a . ...
7.:-Addres of welcome. Mr. Harry
Bvsn. Response. Rev. George McDougaU-
30 Indoor p,cnk.i
1 SunCay Morning.
M la Building n Broad IJnes, Dr. K.
If Regular Sunday school sesslos.
" Sunday Afternoon.
( ja Praise service. Mr. Byron K.
, j s Roll call of anions and conference
: :C-Glve Ood a Chance. Rev. J. Scott
" t ja Baptist Young People's service.
Topic, "Chrlst'an Testimony that
L'eunts." Leader. MUst Minna Hemirix.
; t awPraver add acriotore: music
l-ee Wlnruns Unils My Work. Toor
-Work, Bev. U. J. Bryoe. Adjournment
-f The key success ta aaslnsss as tho
Tjualdsus and pttslsisnt use of newspaper
month and. sent to him. 1 believe Chi
cago friends slso have a part In this.
The whole sum Is sufficient to cover
ordinary every dsy living demands.
Inasmuch as people kavo shown . so
El Interest and a desire to give, 1
going to tKxe tho responsibility of
vtng checks, and handlfig over what
cornea to Mr. E. J. McVann to supplement
te regular aura.. I kaw from experl
encw that when one, if jll." there are very
many things one may have for greater
comfort; a little extra money never
cornea In amiss. Our affection for Mr.
Lumbard and his singing Is very
genuine. For so many yeara he was a
familiar figure- " vlc PP10' "
kinds of people-those who knew about
muslo and those who didn't He hsd a
great big generous heart and a most
wonderfully beautiful voice; his good will
shone through- his songs. I think .I've
told the story of the kitten before: how
Jules Uimbard discovered It on top of
a telegraph polo on Farnant street, too.
terrified to come down. He never rested
un ho got out the fire department. There
was a moot picturesque and dramatic
rescue party. The little tak. Indicates
nil dlspositlon-a man who la good to
kitten, isn't likely to fall m the big
kindnesses of life. '
And so I say, that t tor one am glad
to visibly show my gratitude tor many
pleasant memories, tt tho friends who
have already spoken to me wUI kindly
mall roe their checks at W Park .venue
I will see that they safely reach their
Mr. Kelly made 'a great success with
his lecture on Jionday afternoon at Mrs.
Joslyns before the Tuesday Morning
Musical club. Hj began the story of
Tho Nibelungen Ruur," Introducing and
explaining the character, and playing
bits of tho music. We wish that he had
played a great deal more, but there was
much to tell to make a sure foundation
for the next three operas. "Ths Rheln
goid." is the key to 11 which follows.
Many of the characters which figure In
the later action are Introduced. As yet
no human Interest comes In. We are buy
with gods, glsnls. dwarfs and mlxie
Mr Kelly 1 inclined to take rather a
humorous Tiew of the situation at time
It Is more restful than the fate and doom
Ides, borne down upon until It Is hateful.
It must be the difference between the
Irish and the German viewpoint ana lera
perarrwnt. The Irish nature sees the
Oovers and fun along the way. Nonethe
less, however, does It see tho tragedy
when It finally arrives. (Have you read
"Riders to the Sear1)
" Mr Kelly's manner of preeentatton was
Interesting, as well as the substance of
his lecture. Ills playing of the organ ts
always a delight. May he play a great
deal more next Monday. Tho Joslyn
honso ts such a sympathetic, satisfying
placo to listen, and the organ Is, of
course; a marvel. We missed Mrs. Jos
ivn'a heeoitable greeting and her pres
ence. It waa diaappotntlng not to have
Mr. Joslyn wander In along toward the
end. as he generally does wnen ms wue
ku something In the afternooa- They
were most generous to open their bouse
ky proxy and wo all appreciate it.
The program which Charles W. Clarke
has sent Miss Sorenson is of wonderf jl
and varied Interest. So many new songs.
Singers, I feel sure, will revel In It. sir.
Clarke la a past master as aa Interpreter.
Soma people -have aa Idea that.it .was
Charles W. Carte who sang here' a: the
ruae of the exposition. That was Frank
Xing Clarke, a very clever mac. who
nia jl- d Miss Oakley of Lincoln, and has
a hogely soccessfu! etuiio in Berlin.
icharlea- W. Clarke ie- tba greater aHlat.
Both of these men were orixiuaily from
trust her and turn out tor Mr. Clarke.
The Orpaha Symphony Study orchestra,
composed of sixty young people, under
tho direction of Henry Cox. will give Its
second concert at the Brandels theater
positions by Haydn, Mssart, Beethoven,
Brahms, Cul and Pitt will be performed.
This orchestra has always been an In
teresting tone. Its programs In the nst
have given much pleasure. The fact that
it has progressed from the Congregational
church to the Brandels theater apesks
well for the audiences which gather to
beae.U.! v' ' i '. ,
On Friday afternoon at his studio Mr.
Eames gave the second of tho lecture
recitals upon "The Instruments of the
Mndern Orchestra," His subject was
"Flutes and Clarinets." The next one
will come March IS and wtlf Include the
"Oboes. Bassoons and English Horn."
These talks are proving of great Interest
and benefit, and Mr. Games' studio la full.
Many regrets that John McCormack
Ings Friday, evening: aqd this column
goes to press Friday afternoon,
Friday evening, March S. ' Harold
Bauer will give a recital at the Lyric
theater. lie Is one of the greatest living
pianists and he should have a packed
house here. The people who were dis
appointed not to hear Do Pachmann, may
very well put Bauer In his stead:
The following squib gives soma Idea of
his standing: - .
Harold Bauer's recent European suc
cesses have mado him one of the most
talked -of a (tints of the season. It Is
doubtful if sny pianist with the possible
exception of Puderewtikl, has won such
a vogue In so many different, lands. His
engagements have taken him from e)iin
to Sweden, and have Included appear
ances with the London Philharmonic
society under Klchter. the Berlin Phll
barmonlo under Nlklseh. ' the Yssye
Symphony concerts st Brussels and the
Lamoureux Symphony concerts In Psiis.
His success ss soloist of the English
Schumann festival under Richter was
specislly marked. Bauer Is msiilng his
sixth American tour under the manage
ment of London Cbaritott. He has been
encaged by no less than nine great sym
phony orchestras. Including the Boston
.Symphony orchestra, the New York Phil
harmonic society, the New York Sym
phony society and other leading .organ!-
sationr. - .
afra. Edith Wagoner will play twice
upon the program of the music depart
ment of the Omaha Woman's club on
Thursday afternoon. She Is always very
much worth bearing. She is a con-
TOl ma F0& OMAHA FOLKS 05
V ' w ;
When tho Klrksmlth liters lived In
Omaha a few years ago tho family was
known by the simple name of Smith, but
since the girli have Ween before the
public they have prefixed their mother's
family name In order to dlsllngul.h them
from other Smith.. Although tho sis
ters were very young when they lived
here, they hsd developed far along musi
cal lines, and their teachers, among
whom were Hans Albert and Charles
Higgins, prophesied a brilliant career for
them. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Smith, did all In their power to encour
age the arttstlo ability of their remark
able family. Many Omaha people will
remember tho Smith orchestra, which
was composed of . the Smith girls and
their brother Carl, now a 'cello sol 1st tn
the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra.
Tho little company of musicians often
plaed at church and emtertainmenta
One of the glrla sang, another played the
violin, several the piano, one tho Fra.ch
horn, and Another the flute. It waa dur
ing one of their rehearsals In the parlor
of their home that the Idea of arranging
a vaudeville art was conceived. The girls
have made such progress during the short
time that they have been on tho stage
that even their parents are surprisd. They
now have one of the most popular pro
ductions on tho Orpheum circuit.
sdenttous worker and whatever she does,
she does well.- MARY LEARNED.
Tho musia department t the Omaha
Woman's dub, Kdlth I Wstroner, leader,
wilt meet at Metropolltsn club on Thurs-i
day afternoon, Marth 14, st t:M oViuck.
The following program, each number of
which will be preiaiwd by a tew words
of explanation, has been arranged by Mrs.
C. T. Piatt:
Sonata, Op. SI. No. S Beethoven
Edith U. Wsgoner.
(a) Csnionetta A. D' Ambrosia
b) Sutton Hose Marin Frits Krelaier
Song'Cycle Kllland, (a) Silent Sorrow,
tb) Krauenwoerth, (c) Roses, td
O Irmlnguid, (o) On the Shorn, ifl
Child Voices, (g) Muoollght, h)
Dreams of Roving, (I) Anathema,
0) itealgnatlon Von Flciltx
Uuth A. Gannon.
Garten Melodie Schumann
Mr. Hetherington. t
(a) The Haunted House, b) M
Salamanders (from Fireside Tales)
, M actio well
(c) Ballade-Op. 47 Chopin
Edith U Wagoner.
Accompanist, Henry Cox.
The Apollo club will give Its second
concert of the season on Thursday even
ing at tho First Congregational church.
Mrs. 8. J. Horton will be sssumng soloist
The program will be as follows:
American Indian Songs (ai From the
Land of Sky Blue Water, b Far
Off 1 Hear a Lovers Flute, c
The Moon Drops Low Csdmsn
Wynken. Blynken and Nod Nsvln
Soprano. Mrs. Horton.
Tho Angel us Hammond
Hulo, J. Addison Mould.
Soprano Soli ta) tsombre Woods.... Lolly
lb) A June- Morning Wllleby
ic) Come Sweet Morning Ihman
On the Sea '. "Bye
Old Folks at Home Van Der Stucken
Solo, Harry 8. Dtebrow.
Rhapsodic Johaun Brahms
Solo, Mrs. llorton.
Battle Hymn Wagner
One of the musit-a! treats of ths sea
son will be the song recital to be given
Tuesday evening by Charles W. Clarke,
the celebrated baritone, at the Flnt
Methodist church, under ths direction of
Miss Hlanche Sorenson. Never wss such
a bewllderlngly beautiful list of songs
heard In one concert. Some of them were
compoaed for Mr. Clarke and have not
been punted. All were new to Ui audi
ence and most of them were of euch
eieuislie texture apd .uch lofty apial
that It seemed as though an unknown
form of music had suddenly been dis
covered. Mr. Clarke will have as his
sccompanist Mr. Gordon Campbell, a
well-known young pianist. His program
will be as follows:
1. (ai Recitative el air d'Oeplde a
Coiorrw Saeehlnl (ITSt-lTM)
b Cavatlno do Oph! el proerls
' (c) Do ma Barque ls-wr
t ta Letstes Debet, (hi A Fragment,
c A Blumher a. d A Child's
Grace. e Ballad Arthur Hsrtmana
t (a) lAB Cloches, lb) Ijc Tlis a .
. lassie son Manteau. let Mandoline,
(d) Ballade dea Femmes de Parts
4, (a) The Lowest Tree Have Tops .
(b) Memories. c) The PligilmsKe
d The Eagle Cart Ounch
(ai Fuae Binding
hl Ii'h hab tin klelnea Lied erdscht
(cl tier andtrager.. Hune-ert
d Erlkonur .Schubert
ta Der Nock, th) Hlnkonde Jam
ben. c Der Mumroeisee. (d) Eri- 1
!.m W. CTARKal
Fast to an Omaha
Three big promotions In three years Is
ths great record of John W. Newlean, a
young railroad man from Omaha.
Three years ago Mr. Newlean ,was
chief statistician of ths Hurrlmnu lines
under Erastus Young, lie was ,tlien ap
pointed general auditor of .the Chicago
Great Western, His record with that
company waa so signally successful that
tho Illinois Central created the office of
general auditor for him. aa office new
to that system. That was only ons year
ago. Ills reputation tor faithfulness snd
efficiency and brilliant accomplishment
ot difficult tssks baa evidently spread
far and wide, for he recently was sur
prised by a flattering offer from New
York, which was a great advancement
in position and salary. Ho la now comp
troller of tho Wells, Fargo Express com
pany, having taken bold of bis new
duties March 7.
Mr. Newlean's brother, Frank 0.
Newlean, the singer and teacher; his
brother Ales H., and his sister. Miss
Jesnette Newlean. a teacher In Lothrop
school, still reside here. His brother.
Harry R.. went with W. L. Park, vice
president and general manager of the
Illinois Central railroad, In tho capacity
of private secretary.
BAD WEATHER AFFECTS J
EARNINGS OF RAILROADS
The January financial report of the
Milwaukee road Is something of a dis
appointment. Probably on account of
the bad weather that prevailed during
a greater portion of tho month, gross
revenues showed a falling off of XWOoa.
ss compared with the corresponding
month of one year ago. However, the
expenses were decreased ftOO.Ou during
the month, so that the set falling off
was but tso.oua
Tha following pupils of Walter B.
Graham will appear in song recital at
Pari Memorial Methodist church.
Twenty-fourth and Larimore avenue.
Wednesday evening: Mtstes Oertrude
Alkin. Maude Butler, Doris Duncan.
Georiria Gideon. Iieila Miller, Verda
Oldfleld, Freed Woolley end Mesnrs.
Walter Deets. Arthur Gross. James Love,
8. Arthur Lynn, Lnn Barked and Wll
lard Slabs ugh.
SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS
CONDEMNED BY WITH NELL
Tho Old Salvation Army building at
Seventeenth and Davenport Is condemned.
A rafter caved in Friday and Buttdtne
Inspector Withnell has pronounced the
structure dangerous and. beyond repair.
DANGERS OF FAT
ROW FAT EFFECTS THE LITER .
WTIJ---..,. keart. ther to no
orgctut of t h
ixKtr mora u
eptlhi to an
-rrtuta of ratty
miue. than tha
ivr. Whn tha
too fat. Ita action Ja lmtnlM, allowing-
tha fat-making; fools tn
inmka mora fat than needed for
Dom.aU ayrametry. Tha 1 1 v r,
(loffKd with ext-can fat. bcoma
Inact.TO. and from discaae, tha na
ture of th orp&n ui.'lfrjtw a
eimng. i'onatlpatlon. hadaoiia
bllltouaneaa and similar lorak dt
turbanea of th ayttm are not
th least of tha fat man or woman
.trouble, for the rolla and layra of
fat on all jKrtionH of the boiy 1u
creaa. cloKK'.na: othr orsan pa
Inir the way to obealty. All thia
ran be avoli. if the proper remedy
is lYw'tried to at once Nothing
err dlarovered for the removal of
fat la m ffctiva aa the fainoue
Afarroola lYeatrti-tkm. However,
from the rame hirh authority cams
Marmot Prescription Tabiet. con
tain In a all the elemen t a of th t a
sure, narmleaa Prescription and of
fetina; a more convenient nieana of
reducing to nom ai weight at the
rate of 19 to 1 oa. a lr. without
die tiny, exercise or rebutting wrink
les and flahhlneea. Mamiola Pre
iHption Tablta ar aold by all
druggist or the llarmoia Co., Sal
Farmer Bllg.. Detroit Micb.. at 'ic
t and If. jaw knenv how easy.
w made If for yon to hsvo owe la yor house
yoa'd certainly get hasy and bay oae at oace.
We guarantee our pianos in such
a way that there can be no mistake
. about our responsibility in matter.
We sell oal Instruments tha hate saUsfjina; qaal- '
hy back ot them that la toae qualitv, eiadovaace
qnallMto) arc tha rrrj heat proc-arable at tho prkira.
We make your payments to suit
your convenience and give you 15
to 20 different makes for selecction
Equal toae quality,, strcagtit, power, beast- at
" ' 50 to 1100 less prlcr Is What we offer! Vt ns
! , sliaw you the auperlor aneirlts of oar varioeu liars.
t t t ;
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March sales offer the buyer now
some remarkable values in new and
used pianos. See these specials
Wheat &Oo $45
Kimball ...If 75
Camp & Go. . ....... $98
Chickering .... .'..$135
Smith & Barnes . . .8149
Eetey (used) ......$165
Stultifi Bauer M..$125
Wm. Enabe $180
Doug. 2600..AU32 (
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The questlong answered below are gen.
- eral In character, the symptoms or ais
eases are given and the answers will apt
ply to any cae of similar nature.
Timee winning rurtker advice tree, may
address I'r Iais Baker, Collets Bids.,'
i t'olleee-KHwood 8ts., tiavion, o., enclee-
liuff self-addreftsed atsmped envetope f r
reply. Full rams aud address must be
given, but only initials or fictitious name''
will be used In my answers The prescrip
tions ean be filled at any welf-etockv
drug store. Any druggist can order of
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th bapsiaat vosua mUn. 1 aai ss Uta as)
avraa-ajr, H ts s abasj. W sas aot I bs Uk
stbsr aosssar I as aat vara aar aaJ aaa
ami os4 hsaita."
Aar; Toa nui "bs Hit sthsr aaaiss" tf
ymm alll fallow air advlea, vbteh fct la thrss
grata kvieS-nwelaiM UblU sarksd Is ssalla car
us wits airamas. asa stoat t.r rsef1ata
br latsiiiat saratrtaiis STsfrahsia Thr Ist
srars lb frit Use, sA4 fA MooA srysaclsB t
th tMsotl, iaisrwva ta rMsptaratm. hat UotmI .
anA raaular ass aiust follow u aat Uwas ase4
'M. Baa'-Hts Mr Jlsts ar kvssitac ta
sllff frwai rthMiMilawa that I saa aearsaiy walk,
t tJMr sajr ata for ar
Aaawsr: Of osim thst hi alp far ysa as4
far H otbojra vba as Ha fra rWusaitas. Taa
th fllwio ajsel torn am a aattrsir twwA.
latltAs uf atrtaasisai, I Arama; aadlasi aitertata 4
Arasw; wla af eolehlcusa. H aa.; aauaa. sa
rarAist, I ss.: aosaa. fti4 balsiwsrt, 1 sa.; aas
yrop aarasartlla, A sas. Mil as4 taks a ta
aausafal at aasal Hbm an4 saaia at aA Uaaa,
"Marr f.M sara Err ywiatar 1 aaa a sV4
whtrh atats till ssrtsa. I ss trtsA asssral a-"
tsra' aramiipusas aai lass as aa fsa aa I asa
ns what ta sa."
Aaawar: Ths aat SMdlHa to raits ssMa
ut aaha Is aiaA by siliiaa ths sastasts af a
t ss. bwttl l s ar aMstb huss with hssy
sr boats siaAs sacsr rra Fall Arrtlas ar
sukiuc ara iaa sa tb htis asA a) a ss ts
Uka. Ta will flnA tat wlH ear ywsr asaah
la vary law Asr aaA H Is aarfscUy aamlaai
aa4 slaaaant ta US. . -
"Miaa A." writ as: "I aavs a vrw bsA asss sf
Aysay all, I asa afral t sat a Irsartf aaaaL Mr
hMia Is as4 aaA 1 aa. cross aaA lirltaais tasU
Sf th USM-"
Asasrsr: It yva will tha tpllawtric tahistt,
aA laas SfMrAlag ts Alrsctlons wUah seewa.
saaf is SweS af. sow alll sosa ss rtA af all
Atslfwa la jrsar atssiarh. It will alas hots ywar
cob at last iss, Ths ars csliaA taahHs trtgasaiiaa
a4 ar satfcsA ta sssisA sartawa. If tkh. tnsjsas
ts sJtwwsA ta atasA K will causa asasaliliis, sa
bacts Uklss t aaca.
"Hlsa wrttss: "Plaaas tstt bn what ta a ta
sals aa sapatita. I saasat sat as4 aaa this aaA
Asswr: Toa assA a a4 ry atlas taak asA taa
tMst so thst I cwsM tail sf ta: Byrss) mt
h)sssaasaltai resas.. saa; lisetars ia As si sas
wtus., I oa. MH aaA ajwara abaks ttwti basra
slrta Tak a Wa-MssJsl sstsr smsIs far savsral
wawas ana rs win avis aa sap sins saw ys-ar
whoa aarrsas aywasi vto 1
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