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N Lady Aslor and the League.
. Lady Ator lias begun her visit to America
' by appealing for the lost cause, that of the
League of Nation. Without pre tenting any new
eaoii, or more forcible argument, than already
. had been used by champion) of the league, this
unarming American-born British citizen tellt us
that only two nations, the United States and
England, are strong enough to give the league
. support and make it completely successful.
Lady Astor knows Americana well enough to
fully realize their abhorrence of war, and she
ought to know that when the Leacue of Nations
was rejected it was because its proponents would
0 not accept t reservation that gave to the United
States assurance that it would not be forced into
war by the action of a super-governing body,'
i i . i i. -
iietcvcr nic league (fivpuscs iu uu in uic nay
of restoring peace and tranquility to the world,
to avert war and to lead nations along paths of
harmonious agreement, has iull approval in
America. Because it appeared to able, thought
ful Americans that the form of the covenant did
not afford sufficient guarantees qi its purport, and
because President Wilson insisted on having it
accepted just as he presented it, the' compact
was rejected. .
The United Statesdid not go to Genoa be
cause it was deemed wise to allow Europeans to
compose European differences. Our people are
not indifferent to the future of the race, they are
l ot holding aloof from selfish motives, but they
do insist that those who are' calling so loudly
for help do something to help themselves. Amer
icans are ,n'ot encouraged by the exhibitions of
old time diplomacy, of duplicity and chicanery,
provided at the various conferences that have
' been ' held in Europe - smce the Treaty of Ver-
ailles was signed. 'Ai t nation we have no part
ip the internal relationships in Europe; our will
ingness to co-operate was never feigned, but, its
sincerity is aubject to the prudent resolve not to
allow our quest for universal peace and happiness
In lead fit fnir. a fnnrlrlt nrenarerl riv others.
. Europe can expect help from America when
existing divisions and rivalries are broken down
and a spirit of mutual helpfulness shows over
mere, i ne uenoa couicrence may oring iorin
tpmetliing of agreement that does not rest on
national aspirations or reflect national grievances
tjjnd disappointments. If it does, none will re
' $ice more than will the people of the United
Srates. - ' -v
1 Investigate First, Not After.
It will be some time before Nebraska follows
tjie example of Missouri and Votes a $100,000,000
bond issue for building hard-surface roads.' If
the heal of controversy would increase with tne
amount of expenditure, the present wrangle in
this state would seem as nothing. Down in Mis
souri even now there is large doubt in the rural'
sections over the advisability of paving, "
" Thorough investigation is preceding, not fol
lowing, road building there. Theodore Gary,
head of the Missouri road commission, has just
returned from a European tour of inspection.
England, he considers.! has the best roads, al
though both France and Italy are held superior;
in grading and drainage.
, . He was interested to find that search for ideal
road material is still continuing in England. The
j director general ! of roads about - London
showed him a place wltre twenty-three sections
of road,' each of a different type, had been laid
end to nd, for test purposes. Each stretch is
. . 100 yards tyig, arid was laid in 1910. Mr. Gary
- reports that he learned from this experiment
' twenty types not to build. "Another piece of
paving had been down for seventeen years with
' no repairing save an occasional oiling with
cheap tar. : " " '
". Road building, he concludes is a long-time
process, not to be finished in one year. ' In Eng
land they lay a good foundation' and then they
open it to traffic This is used until pot holes
and depressions begin' to develop, usually six or
seven ytarj Uter. Then they surface it. The
" usage to which the foundations has been put has
packed and knit it so firmly that it will stand up
for a century, with only light cost for maintenance.
t . I he full report oi this Missouri road core
" missioner, when it is issued, should be full of
value to other communities. Douglas county is
engaged in extensive road paving, and real in?
v . formation from the experience of the old coun
tries might ' save large Sums to the taxpayers.
"In Her Husband's Name. -
- It's a poor rule that doesn't work both ways.
For years and years the world has had oppor
tunity to note how men hid valuables by putting
title to them in the names of their wives. Many
''a creditor has been baffled in his pursuit of pay
ment by finding that his debtor had craftily or
prudently availed himself of the privilege ac
corded by law of making his wife sanctuary, and
planting under the aegis of her name substance
on which to exist in idleness and security against
discharge of his obligations.
Sometimes resort to the rule was justified.
- Again and again a man found his only protec
tion against an old age of indigence was that he
-. had given his wife something which she had care
fully saved while he went on with his ventures
and foundered his fortune on the rocks of ad
versity, or lost it in the uncharted channels of
- Heraijtomes-the reverse of H this, however.
l'p in Minnesota lady trU to be nomiiutcd
lor the United State euaie v the democratic
Kiel, Thi lingular ambition it complicated by
ti e fad that rite ntuct go on the ballot under her
ow it name. Nothing would be amiss In thi. were
it itot for the fact that the reputation he lui
built up lor her.flf, and which the hope to ih
in on her candidacy, hat been accumulated in
the name of her hmbtnd. Everybody knows
Mrs. I'ctfr Oleton, but no one crr heard of
Annie Dickson Oleton.
And the law sayi the mutt appear en the
billot under her own and not her hubandV
r.ame. Tough luck, and cruel la!
A Trade Without Return.
Statements iaiued by Menrk Wray. B gtlow
and Elliberry, three candidate of Nebia.ka'a
'third party," furnish an intere.ling liu'ght iito
the thought and motive of now warring dementi
in that organization. Say Mr. Wray:
If I am selected a the progressive candi
date for senator, I shall make the campaign at
a progressive only nM will not accept en
dorsement fr6m other parlfei.
,Mr. Wray then urge the progressive party
to endorse Mr. Norton a democratic candidate
for governor, doing for Mr. Norton jvhat he doe
not want any other party to do for him. Mr.
Bigelow spot thi weakliest in Mr. Wrty'i posi
tion, which i that progressive support go to
democratic candidate with no return of support
from cither democratic or republican nources.
What have our three manipulators to offer '
the republican for support? There h nothing
in a trade of nomination with the democrat
to attract republican voters.v s
He might have added, nor it there anything
to attract democratic voter a long at the demo
crat contest with progressive for all office
ave that where the progreive withdraw in
favor of a democratic candidate.
Mr. ElUberry. mayor of Grand Island" and
progressive candidate for lieutenant governor,
A a delegate and a 'member of the commit
tee that framed the platiorm of the Grand Iv
land convention, I know that fusion was abso
lutely unacceptable to the men and women
who made up that convention.
, The progressive at Grand Island who had
memories reaching back into the nineties op
posed fusion because of a recollection of what
fusion meant to the populist party of that day. It
resulted in the death of the populist party in
Nebraska, in it absorption into another party
wherein its members for year wore with much
discomfort and despite much unavailing protest
me collar ot a political machine of autocratic
power and will. Yet that fUsion of thirty years
ago was a real fusion, based on a trade of nomi
nations, an exchange of support for frower. The
present fusion, as various progressives are point
ing out, is a promise of support without ex
change. It is a contract without comideration.
Nebrasjta and 'Kansas Culture.
. "It is curious how state lines mark differences
in Americans," William Allen White says in the
first of a series of articles in the Nation that will
discuss the variations, rather than the similarities
between each of the forty-eight states. Discuss-'
ing his home land, this famous Kansan calls at
tention to the absence of the extremes of wealth
and poverty tj the rather severe code of morality
and the beneficial economic effect of restrictive
and regulative legislation.
Kansas, ' he asserts, is New England trans
planted, and public opinion there is formed in
the schools and the churches. The early adop
tion of prohibition discouraged immigration from
certain European nations and produced in the
heart of the west a population very qearly of the
pure old American stock. -
The average of comfort and well-beings is
higher in Kansas than in most other states, Mr.
White declares, and yet he has certain misgiv
ings. Out Of . this uniformity has come no great
man no autist or writer or musician or even a
statesman of paramount' ability. Kansas has a
cuittire'of its own that seems almost sterile.
Beyond observing that over the line in Ne
braska is an entirely different sort of civilization,
Mr. White does not discuss our state. The New
YorkEvening Post suggests that, the answer is
to be found in comparing Willa Cather's Ne
braska novels with the Kansas' fiction of Ed
Howe and Mr, White) " ; ' ' ' '.
I This search for the peculiar characteristics of
the component parts of the union of states is
very much worth while. Spiritually and cultur
ally diversity promises more than does monoton
ous uniformity. The sameness that covers Kan
sas may rous some misgiving at the same time
that the variegated makeup of Nebraska gives as
surance of a splendid aljoy. ". ' '
Powder and Politics. ,
Europe, particularly the Balkan region, con
tinues to be 4 powder magazine. The explosion of
400 carloads of ammunition in Serbia is only a'mild
outward indication of the dangerous inner situa
tion. Hundreds of unoffending men, women and
children were killed in the-concussion and thou
sands injured. This accident is not a great deal dif
ferent in its effects from the result of actual war,
in which the innocent suffer along with the
guilty. , . ; .
. King' Alexander, the cablegram states, has
sent a message of sympathy to his people at
Monastir, and the soldiers are engaged in rescue
work. No one has yet risen to ask, him what he
planned to do with this vast supply of explosives.
Deadly as was this accident, yet it is not a
hundredth par$ as deadly as some of the policies
that are being followed by the self-determined
nations of Europe. They need less powder there
and irjore bread, less soldiering and more work,
less political scheming and more honest states-,
rnanship. Each little state down there is striv-f
ing to aggrandize itself, not by any constructive-',
policy, but by the destruction of jts neighbors.
If the loss of its munitions can affect the policy
of one of these nations, the price would be cheap'
The Husking Bee
To keep a house and call it w oik? Thrie'i timply
nothing to it,
You know, 1 know, the whole world know that
any one can do it.
No need of brims, we aM know that, to there
can be do in iiii.
llousrkerping i a woman's woik (rum nituul
To build a pic. ttiat hap a cake, it really very
simple, , ,
Jutt Wlow out the recipe of Madame Dolly
A little Milt, a beaten tej some flavoring if
yon tike it
A little Hour, a little fruit, some Irai dy eld to
. spike it.
Then there' the scrubbing, sweeping, dusting. I
really needn't mention.
Such trivial thing. I know, need not be brought
to your attention, ,
And washing, for a family of, say five or even
I nut the task it ued to be, 'tit easy for eleven.
While sewing tending baby, thete are form of
That leave lonely tiour of leisure' to the frau of
So to keep m house and tall it work, there'
simply nothing to it.
You know. I know', the whole world know,
jut anyone can tin it.
-D. H. E.. York. Neb.
housework won't hurt you if you let it
Nowaday a bun it u-ually something with a
raisin In it.
Nature pulled one of her mot wonderful
stunts when the fashioned a man so he can keep
hi mouth shut while his ear remain ope.
' - ''
Our idea of the extreme limit of human an
noyance U to have opinions forced on one by a
man who lias been eating onions.
' Have you ever watched the melodramatic
maneuver of a lift-handed contortionist trying
to work the dial of a machine -twitching tele
phone? Number. PLEASE!
THE ADS GET 'EM.
Frank Carey says some people don't believe
in advertising, but they get up in the morning
and put on
. Phoenix hose.
Educator shoes. .
' Manhattan shirts. t ,:
H. S. 3: M. suit.
Etc. ad libitum.
(This guy Erank has been following through
his sartorial operations 'evidently wasn't addicted
to underwear.) .
"Invite Us To Your Next Blowout." Ad of
a"1ire service company.
" NO MEAT TO BUY.
Jack Spratr could eat no fat,
His wift could eat no lean,
Jack now drives a roadster and 1
His wife, a limousine,
. A COUNTER ATTRACTION.
'(As. the saleslady said when she displayed the
silk hose.) ,
Philo: Was in police court (voluntarily) one
morning this week.
Judge Foster delivered a lecture to two dozen
parking law 'violators. Frank Williams' force
staged a booze supply off to on-, tide of the
judge's bem-h. Judges kc'.m- fell en id V .,.-;
too attractive competition.. ' ' , Tim.
THEY ARE COMING. LAFAYETTE
. Wc tho- ght the American tourist -was helping
finance . devastated FrancCi -
- ' '
- IS IT UP-TO-DATE?
A. Conan Doyle says thec,e are horses and
cows in heaven. How about automobiles. Cone?
' . TODAY'S IDLE THOUGHT.
The policeman has a word for the wise aid a
club for the otherwise. ,
. . .
See where $6,000 is being offered for a Kil
marnock edition of Burns' poems. .
A poet has to be dead a long time, before his
work becomes what you might call valuable.
AND HIS NAUE WAS "MALTBY."
"Omaha Church Janitor .Held As Bootlegger.';
Beeliue.' To, which one of co-waggers rises to
remark that this churchman was moving the
'spiriA. ' '' J ' ; ' '
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' FASHION NOTEj
jit some parts of India, they say, the MEN
wear1) practically nothing. - . .
If it wasn't for putting on her complexion it
wouldn't take a girl long to dre&s.
,.( ("'..- "
ISN'T IT JHE STUFF?
A man will amaze
If he is not dense,
At the means and the ways -
Of a wise Providence;
When at work he would keep '
The sun gives him light,
And when he woulc sleep ' ' 1
- Comes the darkness of night.
'" , '
It is easier to tell the wife a lie over the tele-,
phone, but it is just as hard to make ner Be
lieve it. ,
AFTER-THOUGHT: Almost every silver
lining has a dark cloud. PHILO.
Safeguarding War Patents
A Pennsylvania professor has discovered that
intelligence is not necessarj. He might also
have added nor prevalent
New York does not relish the thought of" the.
lakes-to-ocean canal being established, but may
get used to it in time. .
- . ;
A conference between the police judges and
the police force might lead to a working agreement.
Lady Astor is talking to her English con
stituents as well as to her American friends.
The Irish arc wasting a lot of perfectly good
Sometime justice simply assert! i'itself.". '-'!
f ' -
' ' IV is important that Secretary Weeks should
succeed in his attempts to get legislation to close
the gaps in our patent laws that enable a foreign
country to take out rights here that may prove
damaging to our national defense in the-event of
,war. Germany, as one of our chief industrial
rivals and having a keen interest in all technical
matter?, has long been actire in securing valuable-
manufacturing rights in' other countries,
America included,- and her efforts in this direc
tion have been renewed since the war.
Whether with a view to future war or merely
for industrial advantage, the Germans, are re
ported to have acquired such holding in Ameri
can "key" industries as to call for governmental
inquiry. In the late war astonishing evidence of
Germany's "peaceful penetration" into the eco
nomic systems of the world was exhibited. We
want no repetition of this state of affairs, here in
the United States. As a matter of principle,
whether or .not the Germans have ulterior mo
tives in applying for such patents, wc should in
stitute a policy that will keep the national defense
in the foreground in the developing of our in
dustries. Springfield Union. ,
Also Spending Less.
One noticeable difference between the United
States and Ettfopc is that this country is printing
less moncy.-i5otoii Transcript .
How to Keep Well
P V. A IVANS
Quaalssa (MsMcaaxi nrixaa. fsa.'a.
IM wa) praikai a! titajM.
a.ill.4 la l. taaa ay IMiHi .1
UI fca aasaa,, pasaaaally
vhsxt to IHMlUtMO. t
". a4ss4 MsalacM la t
csacl. lf, t.tai oill pal a..kc
dial Mai cMllM tar MissmI
4aaaa. AaViiaaa SXlatt M cut (
tanu vimvuioN' vwu.
In !:. Juai ; year so, n,e
drain uio rni amallpoai In the rr.
iMrt..n area was one , on Imtr
times it liifh a the drmh rule
fm typhoid fever In 11 eltlt in
In I: the number of Hlea-th
rrmn smallpox In the' resist ra lion
area wa Set. Tlila waa aliuort half
many ijraiha aa wrra quo to
tyi'lmtil frvrr In the eltlea.
Thin mrana that, ihamh snialli
U "tluwn," u I not "om" by a M.
Wlian i ho utti4r counts ovrr the
fallrn foi h pavrr gals mui-li hr
ynnd fivr tic fore tha arrty alusgrr
grig to hla frrt anit drlivsra a aolnr
plra aut-h aa that svhirh hr lamlr.)
on T'ulvau. Ctfcl.. Ihn( Dixamt.rr.
That nlrirtln liitle cllv rx.
trndrd the hnanitallly of It tail to a
vUitnr fioni.Kanaaa Ctly. Y linat,
lha Jallrr. waa rntertnlnlng SO nlhrr
euraia at the lima. Ilia Kannaa CHv
honnrrr drv ctnpoil amallpoa and t
dava lator ha timk tha city health
offi'-rr Into hia ronflilonrr.
The nrxt Iiiy all lha nrn anil
ilirlr arrvltora itoalrlng vacpnatlin
wire accninmodniad. None of the
4trere (laveloneil mlliMix.
The rroun of hlgli-anlrited AnirrN
ran rlturna trmimrarllv Mttlcliticr In
tha lioo.g(iw who dm-ldcit to refuse
the vacrlnal hoanitaliiy of Ilia host
waa in number.
The It levcloMil euiallpnx and all
exretit five accented the hnaplinllty
of the cllv while they werr golna
through tha dlacomforla of 'the dln
riae, nine cnrrvlna; ih mutter to
thr limit- in that thv permitted
I'oirau to tnr them. Klve ware too
high-minded tn emliarraii fiiilher
their hot. They broke jail and
spread amallpox a thousand milea.
Tha itronn of eiieata. tiikrn collco-
tlvelv, bit the hand which fed them,
or. to any it In plain United 8lutea.
l gooii cmxena and laxpayrra were
compelled to have amnlluox becaune
aomr 1 prlaonara referrrd not to
B 'accinaled. Of tlieae. I., died.
Then came the atnte health depart-
men', taking over the aituatlnn. de
priving Poieau of the .right of local
relf-aovernment for the time: de-
iflvini Its citlzena of their individual
liberties for the lime: vaccinating
the wholo pot and kettle; quaran
tining and iHoIaling: acting laa very
high-hmded way. it tmist b raid,
hut, after a month, turning back to
the neonle their government and
their Individual libertv. leaving them
clean, hnpny and healthy. '
Ouite a blow for hlapitabte T'olenu.
delivered bv old man smallpox, lust
now lying limp on the ropes, while
he referee counted up to. say, about
Here it la anmewlicre piift the
middle of April. The heat will not
put amallpax to sleep tinUI aonie
wherc around Julv 4. In the mean
time the old devil will feint, parrv.
duck, Kldeaten and run about the
ring. Through hi half-cloned evos
ha will watch out for opening The
chancea are pretty good that be
tween now and tecorntlon day he
will find aoine other openine, some
occasion when the guard la down.
There will be some' other city
where a care of smallpox will go
unreported for 13 days, when the
exposed will be permitted thfc priv
ilege of being vaccinated if they ao
When the clear-eyed old devil eecs
tlila sign ho will slip over another
May Her Tribe 'increase.
C. E. writes: "1. Will you please
tell me the name of several good
clubs that cater to women's snorts?
I am very fond of snorts, and as I
live in the suburbs T find it qiiito. im
possible to attempt, to organize a
club of this sort, as all the girls
seem inclined to go about to dunces
and other aorta of places, while I
find more pleasure in sports of every
"I will greatly appreciate it If you
will print the names of several such
clubs In your paper. -
"2. Are raislna, such as one buys
nowadays In the Am all packages,
harmful to one's health? I over
heard several people talking on this
aubject one day and they seemed
to be Inclined to think that they were
Injurious to one's health. At times
during office hours I find that T get
quite hungry and often get these
small boxes of raisins rather than
candy." . - ' "
1. t wish I could, but I know of
none such except the T. W. C. A.
They have gymnnsia. There are
basket ball teanjs in most of these
and others besides. They, likewise
have swimming teams.
2. They are. not. . ' . .'
S. S. writes: "Will you kindly lc,t
me know what hemes zoster is?
What, pauses it and how can It be
cured?" ' ' '
It is shingles. 1
It is due to Infection of a nerve
with bacteria, freneraUjt of the pneumonia,-
or rheumatism group.
It is treated Internally with rheu
matism remedies and locally with
simple applications. .
A Change-of-Ufc Drug.
. .T. C. M. writes: . "1. What Is
"corpus luteum'? . '
"2. What is it used for and what
effect has it orr the nervous system?
1. Corpus lu'teum is a yellow body
which forms in the ovaty of a preg
nant animal. . ,
2. From this body a drug la made
which is used with women suffering
from disagreeable symptomsfduring
change of life; also vomiting of preg
nancy, and in some other conditions.
t Tioiirhhor ns vourself
and he'll borrow your '.awn mower
find forget to return it. Detroit
The treasury deficit, we suppose,
will be blamed on the boll-weevil,
who is a democrat. Columbia Rec
ord. " ,
Man with five wives to be tried
by woman Jury. Hasn't he been tried
by enough women? Dayton News.
. Another effort to eliminate "obey"
from the marriage ceremony. It
should either be cut out or assigned
to the proper, party. Richmond
I laa Mm alia.a Ma aacasxaa ImHs la Ma
Caaxa a ear la elsrata aaa eaMsr
IsaMtM. i paaila laa! Wins aa
I "wwiaaaia w. aa aiac 1m aacala. H
lalsa taaMa aaa lav aaaae ml Ika siHn
j amNMa aaa UHac. aa a-imartlf
! ' aaaleaa. eat laa lha eajitat asat
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a)aa ax eawaa la saa.aaa a aaraat
aMai-ae rsanawa: k carrv
stwaJaaia la ike telice sWi )
No Moro Arbwcklr.
timha. April Ti lha K'diior
'f Tha Ike: 1 want to thank and
t-ommetul you fur your editorial on
"Itriirrtuent for Arauckla." You
hvaeiirewstlJ my swiUiiiirn ta at.
a.tly ad I am ame thry are Ihoaa
of many thousand of oilier Amerl
itaii woman who fal that lha re Waa
I of Aibuckla iifiurra now or ever
- u 11 an I i -4 ' i in ail
cent woman and a dial race to
I only wish you could shout your
meai from the sky ao all the
worn might hear. If thrae picturrt
are rrlraaril many of the curious
and thuiiihtleiw will go to are. and
the iirodui-rr will claim an "increase
of business" aa Juitlflcatlon.
We do not want to think about
uch creatures aa Arburkle; neither
do we want to ho forced to think of
him by seeing hla pictures. We hope
you will any more on I hla aubject
until It is finally set lied for all tune.
M. C HAItRt.
Member Omaha Woman's Club.
Ilai ka t'n lln);
muh.i. April l. To tha Kdllor
of Tha lie: Will Hays' bar of all
Arb-nkle films ought tft. and no
doubt wilt, meet the firm approval
of all rlaht-thlnklnt people.
Hut the thing that foea more to
Hhow tlie real character of Arburkle
than the ltappe caae Is. to my mind,
given In the newa Itrma whrn tha
Itoppo case first came through the
prena. nnd I have never aoen It
denied nor commented upon that
la. thai, aa reported through the
prww, when Arbuckle'a reprobate
father failed to furnish, him support
fwhen he waa a boy. hla step. mother.
by her own lubor. red hla empty
stomach and clothed his naked
body until he waa able to care for
himself. Then, when he waa draw
ing thouaanda through the films, he
spent his money in lha manner that
brought about the Rappe tragedy
und left thia old woman to support
herself and Arbuckle'a two blind
half-slstera by her own hard labor.
with no aaxiHtance from lilni. This
stamp him aa an ungrateful, con
templible. illaplcable "bum." about
ihe lowest of human beings, under
I don't see how any real human
could enjoy any of hia slapstick
buffoonery when he Is of this char
acter. Aa to the Rappe trial. If the
Jury did not think the state made a
i -use it had a right to acquit him.
but when It went out of Its way to
eulogize him nftcr the verdict, aa
waa reported, and waa criticized by
"Hio prosecuting attorney. It la pretty
. ' . . . , i. ....
goou evmrnco mai uu wan ineu vy
a Jury of hla peers,
A'. L. TIMBLI.V.
WHEN TUB OOLD IS ON THE
Wk.u tit ul4 ll'
rif i" l sua a Bie.
A t ih iun la aa ah satiaw
mvi4 wills la4ui al.
W'fca lk link l 4avtnl with jcacl
And U a? ami.km nais.
Aaa lha an "f Pica iaaaal
liaai'S Ik fiafS UU
W'hse lha tther tlrj la iiilia(,
Wih llf a4 fiaars c.
rh miHlaai kania that fnllaat maun
v( likai4 kaaais I laa,
W'haa ea asrmln hill a4 iiri
A sjaict lan-a anaaaa.
LUa aa ai'S'l ki4 ' cheer?,
tlasierra lha lis let i'Mii
lha sr walk ami lha fii'ic
that III lha a at kink,
Anl aajar Ihe
Ipea lh askaaiai ssih. .
nk-auii r. cociiKvv
The Lost Dau
if ear ril tit eee4Hk sa4
Bills ae fit ' far I ala,
' Oiler la sliest aeek at
Aran ii la ii omiv,
Tko Oauka Im s pet
eoafiag its rooeWre
arllb aa MwrM 1
Sft rage oil alto
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