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M6ET TEX 1A8SAU POST, rHEEPOEf, S . W FBI HAY FKBRt'ABY t , H>I7 M adame annette Tmlley j H U l i o n . Bcwpstead. L L JANUARY SALE LADIES’ CLOTHING Reductions of a Third to Half Coats, Suits, Dresses, Furs $30 Plush and Silk Velour Coats $21.98 Smart flare models in full length, with large cuffs, plain large colors or large collars of natural fur carefully selected for beauty of coloring and richness. $30.00 value at ----------------------- ------------ $21.98 $25 and $ 3 0 Coats, Street Styles $15.75 Vicunas, wool velours and other good fab­ rics, belted models with practical pockets, large collars, some of natural fur and some of plush. Some Coats of good black broadcloth, in­ cluded in this price. Coats, Values to $15, at $9.98 Wool velours, fancy checked and plaid vel­ ours and Scotch tweeds, street coats, full lined and other top-coat models: Very smart flare styles. __ ______________________ \“SPECIAL DISPOSAL OF HAND­ SOME DRESSES All of recent fashion and extreme beauty in Serge, Poplin. Crepe Meteor, Taffeta, Char- meuse, etc. Many combined with Georgette Crepe. $5.98 7.98 9.98 12.98 14.98 Values $ 7.98 to 8.98 “ 9.98 to 10.98 “ 11.98 to 13.98 “ 14.98 to 16.98 “ 16.98 to 19.98 EVENING and DANCE DRESSES These gowns come in shades of Pink, Rose, Blue, Nile, Maise and White. They have long or short line draperies and fancy bodies. Many with rich decorations of gold or silver lace and net. $8.98 • ' Values $10.98 to 11.98 II Qft . “ 14.98 to 16.98 14.98 • “ 19.98 CHILDREN’S COATS. Sizes to 14 years. Made of Heavy Wool Materials. Corduroys and Chinchilla. $3.98 \ ‘ Value $4.98 4.98 . • • - 5.98 •' 5 .9 8 . • • • \ 6.98 - y • \ 8-88 WAISTS AND BLOUSES. Crepe de Chine & Lace. ’ Fancy & Plain Models $L98 Value $2.98 2.98 • • • 8-98 3.98 Values 4.98 to 5.98 WOMEN AND MISSES SUITS Poplins, Wool Velour, Broadcloth and French Serge. $14.98 • Values $16.98 to 19.98 16.98 “ 2L98 to 24.98 19.98 “ 26.98 to 29.98 SALE OF WOMEN’S SEPARATE SKIRTS Very snappy new styles, designed for late winter and early spring wear, and embodying all recent features of the fashions. Velveteens, Corduroys, Poplins, Plaid Chev­ iots, Wool Bengalines, Bedford and Fancy Cords, etc. A fine array of the dark street shades and black. Sizes to 40 waistbands. $ L 9 8 Value $2.98 2.98 “ 3.98 3.98 : “ 4.98 to 5.98 4 .9 8 . “ 6.98 to 7.98 SELECTED FURS Grey Coney Set, large Pillow -Muff and Stoll Scarf. Value $11.98 at $ 8 .9 8 Mink Marmot Set, Melon, Muff and Throw Collar Value $16.98 at $12.98 Mink Marmot Set, Pillow, Muff and Throw Scart. Value $14.98 at _________ $11.98 Blended Opossum Set, large Pillow Mutt and Animal Scarf. Value $24.98 at $18.98 Beautiful White Muff tin Set, large Barrel! Muff, lg. Animal Scarf.Value $22.9816.98 Genuine Red Fox Set, large Animal Scarf and Muff. Value $36.98 at $ 2 4 .9 8 Natural Racoon Set, large Muff and Animal Scarf, finely blended, value $39 $ 2 6 .9 8 Pionted Black Jap Fox, large PiUow Muff and Animal Scarf. Value $32.50 $21.98 Genuine Natural Nutria Set, Fancy Mali and Throw. Value $45 at $ 2 8 .5 0 Exceptional Large Red Fox Set, Open Scarf, large Muff, Natural Claws and TaUs. Value $59.98 at ____________________ $ 3 9 .9 8 Genuine Skunk Set, large Muff and Scarf. Value $75.00 at $ 4 5 .0 0 Many Separate Scarfs and Muff from $2.98, Values Double. Children’s Furs at a sacri- fice. Most of these items we only have the one s e t.1 Don’t delay if you are interested. Prices and quality are guaranteed. January Muslin and lingerie Under Garment Sale, Big Values CREATE A CITY OF NASSAU COUNTY? Said to B«‘ Forming to Mafe«* This I'onnty Into a Mnnirlpality. u Fi sinve nit? uistapptfuitiuw ut mz» ^ jJ.J dad. T h e tw o dogs have been *«| ►*< companions since Sox was bom . ►*< Paper Saves Dusters. Save w a shing dusters by using old new spapers for cleaning. They are excellent for window polishers, first rate for scouring tinw a re' and are as good as a byish for polishing a stove. SALE OF LANDS The Brooklyn E a g le of Tuesday carried a rath e r sensational article to the effect th a t N a ssau County was about to be formed into a city, and | that a bill w a s to be put through this session of the L e g is lature to carry I out that provision. The article also i I s tated th a t the N a ssau C h a rter Com­ mission w a s behind the action As ; a m a tter of fact the C h a r ter CommU- j sion was appointe'd by the Board of i S u p e rvisors and m u st report to them, j and no rep o rt has been made in its two years of existence, although k ! is said one may be expected in about . a m o n th . The sentim e n t for any such action as form ing a city out of N a ssau County • w ould come from the w e althy settlem e n ts along the North j S h o re and it is very doubtful if it could be carried through w ithout a strong opposition from this sectio n . j Many of the new settlers of this sec­ tion have come out here from the city to avoid the high taxes of the Me­ tropolis, and they would fear a repe- ernm e n t was ag ita ted . The article in the Eagle was as follows: Albany, Jan u a ry 30 --Nassau Coun­ ty which contains so large a num b e r : of w e althy residents th a t it is re- ; ferred to in other p a rts of the State , a s the \m illionaire county,\ may shortly become a city in itself. News reached Albany today that , plans w ere under way to put through the present session of the leg islatu r e a bill to incorporate the county as a I m u n icipality with a ch a r ier govern­ m e n t sim ilar in m any respects under j that which New York City operates. The schem e, according to word r e ­ ceived here Is the conception of the N a ssau C h a r ter Commission and has the support of a large group of the colonies in the northern and cen tral ! portions o f the co u n ty , Already several legislators have been sounded j out as to w h e ther or not they would introduce the bill when it is ready. Some of these, Brooklyn solons, are ' said to have declined. George L. Thom pson of Kings Bark the N a ssau-Suffolk S tate Senator, ad ­ m itted today that he had “heard\ about the m a t t e r . “It has been suggested to me,\ he said, \but I have not yet seen the bill, although 1 am told plans for C ; are under co n s id e ratio n . \ The N a ssau County C h a rter Com mission was authorized by act of L e g is lature tom e time ago to investi­ gate the governm e n t of the county i a n d recom m end changes. It was sup- : posed to make Its rep o rt to the Board of Supervisors. No full report of the Commission has been made to that body, although, according to au th o r i­ tative inform a tion th a t reached I :is- la to r s ’ cars today, the Commission i has agreed to report in invor of the plan to convert the enti, ■ count) in- 1 to a c i t y . D e tails of a c h a r ter ha<e already : been discussed, and, according to the statem e n t of a prom inent Ixmg Isl­ and legislator today, A lfred Davison a law y er of Freeport, has been re ­ tained by the Commission to draft a c h a r te r . It is proposed according to this source, to divide the county into boroughs, after the m a n n e r of New York City, and provide for a ; b o rough governm e n t In each. According to the provisions of law the county could become a second ; | c lass c i t y . F ir s t class cities, accovn- i ing to the law , m u st have 175,000 pop- ; illation or more Second class cities 1 a re those having a population be­ tween 50,000 and 175,000. Nassau j C ounty, according to the last census, i has a population of 116,825. § DOG REFUSES TO EAT § | WHEN DAD IS STOLEN g & *5 g Chicago.—Dog fanciers In th e jg , S vicinity of Fifty-first street and g G rand boulevard are alarm e d a t J* r ►*« the num b e r of dogs stolen In the ►J- 5 neighborhood in the last ten jj* ^ days. The two latest reports are from Frank L. B irdsey of >♦! g 4900 W ashington Bark court and ® P e ter Foy, 315 E a s t Fifty-first >♦. $ street, game w a rden fo r the J*] southern portion of the state. 5 ig! Jack, owned by Mr. Foy, has |jjj g taken m any prizes end Is a p e t g A of the children In the neighbor- * 6 F O R UNPAID TAXES CONCLUDED FROM PAGE 24 I'n k n n w n . lo t . r to 3g, y e a i n H its, I f U . e a c h f n k n o w n , lo t s : « to 37, y e a r s 101:1, I'.IH. vw h. B lo c k 124 U n k n o w n , lots I to 3 y e a n 5 191.'!. 1914. M ich. U n k n o w n , lo ts ti to 31. y e a r s 1013, 1914. each . B lock ILK U n k n o w n lots 1 to 6. x e a r s 1913, 11*14. each . \ U n k n o w n , lo ts 7 to 11 y e a r s If) VI. 101 1. each , U n k n o w n , lo ts U to 15 y e a r s 1913. 1014 each . B lock 126 U n i Mior Vn 1914. eacl W o r k 12N 1914 n each . B lock 129. U n k n o w n . 1914. ea c h . M a p o f W i l l ia m D aa vv R o c k a w a y . siirv»-\ m a n C o r n e l I ut* V tlCH. D i s t r i c t 11 3. y e a r s 1013. ft. y e a r s 1913. D iso n , dec M, a t K.ist «•«! M a rch . 1>89. by C a r 'lied in C o u n t y DW r k » < if In w a r d C e n tr re e a m e n d e d . -.1 .1 R e v ised m a p of F r v e p o r t C e n t p r o p e r t y of 1, I. R e a l t y Co , su g u s t 1909. by S m i t h * M a lcolm a o n m C o u n ty C l e r k 's O ffive FV b ruar> I )iHtri< t 9 U n k n o w n . lo t s 00. 01. y e a r 1913, 4.7V M rs. P h o e b e a R i d e r , I ‘Istrh t 1 1. 2 a o r e s n o r t h by H . S im o n s o n , e a s t hv R o c k a w a y a v e n u e , s o u t h by .1 c I'o r n w e l l , w e s t b y M ill R i v e r . 191\.. itnt'O VIaft 2 of ion W i n d s o r I^and an d 1m p r o v e m e n i <’•)., m a d e by C. W . S m i t h , ernb« r 14. 1911 F ile d in C o u n t y C l e r k 's Ufttve M a r c h 2K 1912 D istrit t 1.3 B lock 90. U n k n o w n , lot.* i Hii:;. 1014. e a r n . B lock urn. 1M. 32 to 47, y e a r s U n k n o w n , lo ts 1 to 26 29 to. 39 to .’»7 y e a r s 1913. 1914, ea c h . R lork 112. U n k n o w n , iu is 1 to 22. 27 to 39. 4«'. to y e .'trs 101-3, 1914. each , U n k n o w n , !ols 23 to 26, y e a r 1914 Unknown, l o u I to 27. y e a r s 1013. 1914 B l t k 131. U n k n o w n , lo ts .* i*. IM. 21 22. 2.3 <> v t t w s llil.'t, HIM. ett« h. ’ . n k n o w n . I d s 23. 24 vetir 1914 e a h. Him k 132. U n k n o w n , iot* I to 4U, > r < 1913, 1914. u” k ' I Cl. lo ts I to 5. s to &o. y e o r s ow n lot* h t\ 44. y e a r s 1913. U n k n o w n l-n in.:, mu ea RU jc K 1-34. U n k n o w n , lo ts .3 Unkm»w n. 1914 ea c h , R • It 137 U n k n o w n lots 1 to 3X. y e a r s 1913, 1914. t;a<. I i n k n o w n , lot* 1 to 38, y e a r s 1913 '914. e a c h Rim k 13D. I’rtk n o w n , lo ts I t > 29. .32 to 3X. > e a r s 19!.;. 1914 eii* h HI • k 1 m - nkri *wn ior* I t«. i 11 to is 21 to ;«’» v e a i * 1913 1914 *uvh I :.! w li. lots 1914. -y u h U n k n o w n , lo ts 1 to 1913 1914 .-a. It. t il ' > k 143. U n k n o w n , lots 1 > S. 9. I'-. Vtuirs 191'. ik n o w n lot* 1 to 36 > cm i s 191 ! I!? 4 Hi] 4 ea c h , rflock Mi U n k n o w n , lit* 1 to 7. I\ to iti \ > j r * \.Ii3. U i l l . • d i l l . rt! 110 Utfkrn>wr>. lu*^ 1 to .3. 6 7 10 16 17 22 t* 3-:. y« art* 1913 1914 each . R io k ! 16 . riktK VXii. lot*. 1 r*> IV 24 to 38 y e n r s i n n . r m i «?a«h I ’nitnow n . oty I in. C2 to -'7 to •<. e.t * 1UM 1914. ouch. HI w k 1 lh l 'nknow m . lo t s 2 i-> 15. year* 1813. 1914 ic, > s i:>l. I n k n o w n 1913 191 1. lota 12 13. 20 to 2.7 y e a r s 3k. year* IV 13, B lo c k 132. i n k n o w n , lot* 11 iv 11. ea c h . R lO 'k 133 I n k n o w n , lo t s 3 : > 17 20 to 24. 30 IK. y e a r s 191.'. 1914 each U n k n o w n . Nn* 25 to 29 y e a r 1914. Rl< x k *154 i n k n - .w n . lots 1. 2. 3 7. 8 y e a r 1914. ••»i h. U n k n o w n . lot* 4 to 6 V to 17. 2o to 38. y e a r s 1913. 1911. ea c h . lo ts 1 to 14 17 to 35 > e * rs iw n , lo ts 1 1914, each . rllock 157. U n k n o w n , lot* 1 to !t. 9. y e a r s 1913. 1914. I n k n o w n , lo ts 6 to 8. U n k n o w n , lo u 1 to * I s LI), y e a r s 1913 1014. “u* h, HI.K-k 159. f 9 to 29 32 to v e t i 1914 **u:h. to 22. 26 to 1914. e a c h . 190 vh* \ k 10 1914. ea c h , ovk 162 U n k n o w n , lo t s 1 to 18. y e a r s 1913. 1VM. ^euch U n k n o w n , lots 1 to 22. y e a r s 1913. mil each 163. 164 nK n o w n , lots 1 to 25 >e a r s 1913 IS14. m.K-k \t«5. U n k n o w n , lo t s 1 t« JO 20 to 33. yesu * 1913, 1914. ea. k. ’ \ n k n o w n . )ot>» II H i . m k 1 66 . • n k n o w n , 1918, 1914. e w h U n k n o w n , lo ts 36 37 y e a r J 9 1 4 . R lo r k 167 * n k n o w n . lot* 1 te 6. 9 to 26. y e a re m i 3 1914 h. I ro 19. y e a r 1914. :'<* k.h |70. 31, y e i r 1914. lots 1 !o 6 r e a r s 191.3, 1914. U n k n o w n lot* 4 to 6 9 10 y e a r s ’91.3 ion each 171. tiow n )r»is 1. 2 4 to 9 11 to 22. '‘ir e i v n 1914 \o'-h. r -iv n let 3 v e a 'S '913. 1914 ' \nk « n lota I to 16. vea ** 1913 ! V! 4 *■« -.ih. TV «:k 173 u n k nn oo ww nn I Of 4 each . ■ *• k r >v - 'o t s 1 t«» !M. y e a r s 1913. V'M. ea c h . f 'f i k n n w n m s 4 tt. e e a n J918 > ri i<Is 1 to 26, %e*'* 1913. le t s 1 to 10. y e a r s 1913 4 4 Si 4 28 4 2S 4 28 u\ 2 8| 2 81 B lock 178 U n k n o w n , lo ts I to 38. y e a r s ]»13 19)4. cacli. B lo c k 179 U n k n o w n , lo ts 1 to 38. y e a r s 1913. 1914. each . B lo c k 180. U n k n o w n , lo ts i to 21 24 191.3, 1914 vavh B lo c k 181 vn H)t« 1 to 38, y e a r s 1913 u-w n . lot* 1 to .'18. to .18 y e a r s V n k n ....... . 7914. each 11 to 27 30 to 37. lo ts 4 to 38. y e a r s 1913. 1 '• to \ h y e a r * 191.3, B lock 183 U n k n o w n lots v e a r s 1913. IVM e a c h R lcck 184 4 9 4 4 ^ each R l o r k 193 U n k n o w n , lot* l ;o .3 7 1913 191 4. each RU-ck 195 A Ur. k n o w n lola 1 to 5 \e « r s 1913 1914. e a c h B lock m o U n k n o w n , tots 27 to J» y e a ▼ 1913 2914 e a c h . B l m k 191 I n k n o w n . lo ts id ft. 2>» 70. y e a r* 1913, 1914, • »a *• h . m-N k 194 1914 e-ioh. R io k 1U‘) U n k in w n . lots 15 1014. each. B lo c k 196 1 j n k n o w n lots 20 to 24. y e a r * 1913 \l! s o r e *i>iy n o t in d lv a '.ed by n u m b e r s , v e a r s p i n 1914, 4V6C M » d \ f •-state * o ' Ixing R e a c h ( h p p u rtlo n e ti \r-m t 33rv t< r r p a r e . | a s p e r r r s o l u ! Ion# No -61 a n d No. 308. H o a rd o f S u p e r v i s o r s ) Dfc* trlr-t 28 B lo c k II U n k n o w n ot* 46 47 year 1914 e* -h B ’o r k 25 U n k n o w n , lots 4\. to 45. y e a r 1914 i n k n o w n lo ts 1 to jf;t. v«*ai 1914 V n k n 'y v n . lots VI (h 19 21 tn 34 year 1914 each B lock 53 ! V tik n • v r. !n‘s l I i A. 14 in 17 veev !9I4 * .1. 4..M M a n \ f K h I .tie*. o» l.n f n I tea r h r«cp *.35.ai r - j»ar«;* '. j~. |j 9*2 Roti •••! of So r*e| V is*ors) 2 S> a. si I S ? 2 91 2 8 : 1 9 % 2 K 2.91 2 S i 2 8 ! 2 s: : 8 2 At 2 . 8 ‘ 4 3 #7 I 89 4 M ' t e a c h (apportioney. p e r rew ilu tio n No. *> D i s t r i c t 28 u \% U n k n o w n 1 *nhr.i * i» iif*.* :o ni ». k 4t$ U n k n o w n lot.* ik tUnti v n '->1* li tn 4« > *»ar iu« 4 - U n k n o w n l«its 46 R 48 U rrknow n h#i> 4 »<< RI ick Ml U n k n t i 'c n In u '.*2 to 55 U n k n o w n . Ur ‘n, v e a i m i 4 r»i*Ti x k n o w n a* ade by S m 11 h an d contxfinon M aarc rch fflon P iled in TTuunty Cle l«» HL‘ > * ar 1814 • M 14 to 20 46 7 \ *■« r M U each 6 44 6 44 ■fcieit map .»■!#• I(< a It x i n s M 28 81 H I*) Mai e r k * year* 1914 3 * •erlell lo t s 172. 1724 yi-ar 1VM. I M . F R A NT •SISK . l-‘e r r y <’o. D i s t r i c t !) 1r T r a c k * a c r o s s F n )r>rt R a iU o a d < *n D lr.ij lct 9 y e a r H ' iii v Sr- it h ltd 171 y e a r s 1913, ! re* t Son lb x rtlMK* «,i K' -»-ooi t T r a c k * a c r o s s F ro m ‘O n er Ray ;*nd C tidar s t r e e t |9 |. t , 1914 Ixjng H^a^'h 'apportioned vtolullon n# s N o I ‘u l re S« rx ic. < ‘o r p o r a t H n D letr l i . 5 \e u r 19 4 M ajt of K s tatcs 1‘r*«>in 1.162.4)1 a . r e u* tier re s o l u tio .'•.I i nr', 108 B • of S u p e r v iso r ) I >lst R n ,ck 147 U n k n o w n lots Mi In ‘< i i > enr 1914. Blo< k MM* 1 U n k n o w n Vn# hi to 70 > c a r 1914 Him u 185 U n k n o w n , 'ni* «i8 to 70 . If) 14 U n k n o w n U«t* 43 to 45 y e a r 1914, B l w k Mil U n k n o w n lot 12 y e a r 1914. B lock 204 U n k n o w n , lot* 1 to 5. v c a i 1914 cacti, A h p e r r« s o l u ti o n N o llk2 D rstrlof. 28 Him k 1.72 U n k n o w n lot* 12 to 2.7. y e a r 1914. B lock 142 U n k n o w n lot# 14 to 19 52 to f»7. y e a r 11)14. eu, -h. .3 8C R io k 144 U n k n o w n I'•l* 31 to 35 y e a r 1914. p e r a|»p(,rllun r 7 ien i N o I S-fiD IH. D t s t r\c> ' s1' B lock 1.3V U n k n o w n lot* 17 to 23 voai 1914. Z , i«ii k n o w n , lo u 14 10 22 33. 34. y e a r Hh ItnkB o w m . m 11. yw s r 1814 Week U n k s m • M- '914, e a c l B lo c k 1M6 ■town, lo ts 2U. 34). y e a r 1914. e a c h , N O W , T I I K R E F O R B , notloe Is l»ereby * lv e e rh a t . In p f ir s u a n c e o f tb e tx>wers v e s t e d in m e by la w I sh a ll , on th e 2 0 1 h 4 m y o f M a r c h , 1 0 1 7 . ri 10 o ’clock in th e fo r e n o o n , a t th e O o u n t; C o u r t H o u s e . M ln e o lu . N a s s a u C o u n t y , New Y o r k , com m e n o e s e l l i n g a t p u b li c a u c t i o n , at m u c h of e a c h of t?ie s a i d se v e r a l a n d rvepe<n1v^ lo ts, tr a c t s , p ie c e s o r p a r c e l# of la n d . aa shsU l a n d , a s a p a y a n B tate, C o u n t y , H ig h w a y , S c h o o l or o t h e r ta x e s u s a e s s e d th e r e or. In th e y e a r* 1913 a n d 1814, th a t may th e n 1*1 m a i n du#» on eia< a c h th e r e o f , re s p e c ti iv v e ly y , to ­ g e t h e r w i t h th* In t e r e s t , r e s t s s n d c h ar; r g e r w h ic h h a v e a r i s e n o r a c c r u e d o r 1h o n y h th e r e o f , r e s p e c t e l , i th»- I n t e r e s t , c o s ts a n d c h a w h ic h h a v e a r i s e n o r a c c r u e d or t a t m ay a r i s e o r a c c r u e th e r e o n , a n d s h a l l sell, an d ■ontlnue fro m d a y to d a y to s e l l u n t i l the a i d s a l e th a l l c o m p l e t e d . T h e p u r c h a s e r * a t su c h sal* vhall p a y th e a m o u n t o f th e i r re ‘ p e f ftlv e bid s to th e <’o u n t y T r e a s u r e r w lthJrr f o r t y - e i g h t h o u r s a f t o r th e la s t da% of th e ■<a!e, a n d receiv e c e r tlflc a te * d< H c rlbtri* th e la n d s p u r c h a s e d , th e M im s paid, a n d th e tim e w h n n th e p u r c h a s e r * w ill tie e n t i t l e 1 to deed* a n d a f t e r th») e x p i r a t i o n of one y tsar fro m Ih* la s t d a v of su<h “file, th e y «hH'l lie ♦ u t it led t'. re#'elv«- c o n v e y a n c e s o f tb e m o d *0 p u r c h a s e d by th e n . re s p e c t iv e l y , u n l e s s th ^ o w n e r or i.ccUfHtni th e r e o f «-r sn n .e o t h e r peyiu.n Inter th e r e i n , p u t v u a n f to la w s h f l l hav- p»evlou*dy ft-d e e r r e d th sam e , by p a y i n g to ih e fV .u n ty T r e a s u r e r , for th e u s e of th e pur c h a f e r hi# h a i r s . < r a s s i g n s , th e su m m e n Mon erf In •hi <eri l o c a t e w V h ir.te r r . u a t tts- ra*e -if ten r e r r^-*vtuhn 1 » r m r in fr f - c th* dn-* o f F'l^h « e rtin« i*«- sod a n y t a s w h ich th* ho!<1«-r o f s t id tih a t* -fculi )•# v< p a id be • vx'-on th e d a v * r-f 1 h e « le «• d • - n prf'-n, 10- ;«-tb'-'- wK h tb e Mb 1 th e . •« n*e ' th# h l l ^e:itio a t i o n o f n o l ‘ce<, to o . n - d . e ni th e al eg late t b e a h ■ t h e < h u h l l < n o f n o ) ‘ce#, t j r e d e e r t h * - • o ld 'o r tm p c l d la x e * a s #Pi»oirttoned by 1 v . i m t ’. 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