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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May 10, 1013 THE LETiriVR.inCjJE CITY CIRCULATION AGENT Of. Ltadfns Dally PILLCJ 1VE long years ol finff eri n from Kldn luo boxes of GIiN' Vn.LS it's gone. That lias been t be experience of 3Jr. tfugeiie Circulation of Pntric, of Montroat. He It feelingly Moutrcal, "I have bfren suffering fruui Kidney Trouble1 for over five long years. 1 had Ilheaniattani in oil my bonea coujij jiol slern itiuhts and on fioiue occasions co'.iUl nartfly I Iiadbeeti treated by aomc ot our best wlltiout relief and I lost over fifteen pounds. One day met one or our Uidlng wlm Imd by famous GIN riUlyS, and lie Bdvlit'l nic to tn? thenj. So I two boxes at my druggist's and before had ujpd one box I felt JL big change. Hcfore I fiulahcd the lecondoue WAS I you I ,can hardly Ijetieve. i1- lor If I liad only known wlmt I know now I would have over One Hundred DqllurBfor.nollijng wlic'u tivo boxes of GIN cured me." UUOR.VH GTN pILLS arc gaining a world-vide repnUllrvi, by (Jie they con'rjticrtlie ujoit of RLeuiiLalisiu ni] nil kinds of Kidney Trouble. 500. n IMS, 6 for Sample free if j-auwriltNalfcnillOruf ami Ctlr Cu, of Csnaila, Uiiilttd, Toronto, MANAGER FRASER MOVED AND 18 SUCCEEDED'BY MB. VAN BUDGET LTowiey, May staff of the Un- ion Bank havo- agHin midorgoao aotno changos. This ttmo It Is Ule manager Tvho la being Iran'aferrcd. E. B. Via.- (5 befug transferred and is suc- ceeded Q. U. van ot the Plnqhor Credit branch. Mr. Fraaor camo Jiero from Mapleod last June and (Jinring his sliort: stay made friends everybody both In mid out of bnnk7 As to tho roerits of our rtcy.' manaijer, It nceijleas to say genuine servico Is assurod. Mr. friiti OuRen spent two and a half years as lcJler-accoun.Umt.Qf tho local branch goinfe to Plnrbi-r Oroek yoarago, H'la'many friends wish hi success In hls.fwomotlon. Committee Stage on 'Naval Bill Ended.by.; Applying .the Gag from front Arthur Mclghcn contended thai un- der iho'new rulca thla could not be done, v Mr. Word en llici) eald lhal ho would bo willing to wlifhUraw Ills motion for the limb boing.-aiid allow. lo submit his amendment "Which conlri bo rildjtof6il "ofi Sir .Wilfrid Laurier said tbat he could not agree to tali. Ho appro the' courtwy 'ot iho Prime Min- ister H -was not however, :a ques- tion, of courtesy, but of (be'righta of tho minority, and tho proper .Intfcrpre- latlon ol (lie rulea. ifr. R n. CaryoJJ. thoq .'took 'iho flanr. llo Immediately slarje'd an up- roar by declaring tna-t Ohatrnran. fllon- dln had accepted (he of tho .Porta'ge la uml ..Dinged his ruling to ae to filvo the Prime MlnlBttr the floor' instead of CnrroIK "I Mr. ijarvolV, address- Ing the you accept tlie qt tho momhsr for Portopo la Pralrlt, H looks as If wo were In Uusafa, to havo members tell UJQ chairman what (6 do.'1 Thcao a perfect Btorm, Mr, Curvell'continued fo ipeak for a couple of rairuUcB, but lu a quiet- er tone. Chairman Blondln then ruled that Mr. German's point ol order was not eJl token. When the assistant, Cierk, of the Houae had "counting 'tho ConscrvntlvoB. he found LiberalR all remaining ciuiotV 'In their" seats. They rifcJined to .10 be "counted. Tiiia action greeted by shouts of de I-IE Ion fro m the" J govern m en t eld e. retorting with aiiouta uf Speaker SprouJa1" (lien ascended the Eils, bul the uproar continued. Thtre- upon the Speaker appealed to tho Op- poeltlbn to preserver tho decorum ot [ho House In order that business IgbL bo transacted. "There IB no builncss before the remarked Sir Wilfrid Laurjer. 'You ask us to preserve shouted Mr. "We ask yoii to preserve tbo rights ot the" minor- itr." "Tho tiest way 'to preserve tho righta of tho the. Speaker, "Is .to maintain ithe A Lazy Liver Upselfi the Wide Syska. Ir. Morse's hUlai fiih rtr t.'n.' li ii A bitter titte to the coit- cd tongue lirtfsi oa rising luddenly boweil alternately loose and conslijwrcd these mean thic the U out of order. Instead cfflow- ingintotheboircti, to regulate them and digestion, the hu been going all ihro'jRli the ly.tcm, upKtlinf digestion, leaving the bowels constipated, and maVlnj the sufferer perfcctlr mucr- anle. ThEs ii hiliousness. Thf quiet, safe and certain cure Dr. Morae'i Indian Root PilU. TVy clear out the clogged-up lyilem, itir up Ihe Iw.jr liver, cleanie tlie Slonuch and boivcli and purify ihe blond. The tile tctura: to ill normal courre, the food ll again properly and all the dls- agreeable lymptoim vanish, TJocton prescribe Dr. Mirtf'i liiitn Ritt Pifli and they aie known through- tut the world >i promt cure for digestive troubles. They are equally effective in strengthening weak lUneyi and curing rheumatism, Made by H, ComstocVCo., Ltd., Rroclcviile, Ont., and lold by all dttlen it ace a box, jj lor somebody else, possibly the rncm- her for St. John, lie also cpinpli- nlented the member front Kcd Deer on being willing to admit what was very evident that the house was un- der rules and tbat those' rules should '.guide it. He was sure that no set of ruk-s had yet been framed that would suit lion. Mr. Pugsley, even if lie had tftc framing nf them hiinsolf. who monopolized all llic time -ot' (lib Mr', Vtri-lUc, la'mr member .Maissoncuvc, followed and confined practically nlj IILK remark llic question of autonomy, lift said that tlio adoption ol a ,4 imperial Icdcnftlon which WUK ndvncnlcd by those- hctictc m ult. govern- ment's naval policy u-mild nu-nti a reversion (ii the clitcutiriii of the con- ditions which prevailed wljcu tJie licit ish colonies u-ctc mk-d from Downing Klrcet. T.ir pcopte of Can- he were not anxious to Iiavc sued a thing happen. The cliicr development lies occurred in this country since tunfcilcniliou was qchJevcd, and H has been due to o-ir own, energies; 'Mr. I'roulv, of I'rp.-ii-dtt, who fol- lowed, spoke in supjniii nf the pro- posal of Mr. German Wdlnnd, that tho parliament, of sliouM kfep control of the cxjjpnditnre -Mr. Fripti definetl ati that is like- ly to happen in the ;n-ar future. The 1 KpVGnnncul desi-rvM crnlJt for Ktep it touk for it im tivc une. yutbric a Jlr, Gudnrlc, declared that the Rovptmncnt's' urps- cnV policy Imil been at Iho bejEintjiriR and hnd t.c-ni Luncled cvci- since. He chcuKCil the members of the government themselves rfaljy know prcctsply wlint the pol- icy meant- Hc'ilitFctrd his mu.nks spectfically lo Messrs. Hogcrs, JJeid and Kemp and sasil "Does this policy prnvMe fur a loan'or a gift, or a ciit ivith a stririr to'ft, or is it hegiiminR of a permanent .policy T1 None ol the ministers rising, Mr. ClUlhrie went on ''There Uic-y bit nrnl none ul them can- say what (hen ftil[ really Mr. [Icrd'en A Gig mm IHWiM-DKES" Well Known OntnHo Merchant HAS Faith Became "Fruit-a-tlves" Curtd Him ornhle friend" nn ansiver in said the- premier. ''Will you answer now "Well, I see my riglit homv1-1- friencl Rhatca his this indicates a I presume that nrgalive answrr. Jt Clt I6l. 1312, vts. a complete ctirc jtl my pf Itheimiatistn, thai had Rt }c45t five ,years before J SOUjtiifiiced tretdnent. The was in liiy hip and shoulder, tjifr from it .u-as altttoit utieniluraljle: Not able to sleep on tliflt ddt, if I to turn on. mr rlgjit aide while asleep, Die pafn would awaken me. Tiiip Vept up inn it I slnrtrd I-tteitcJ by taking one or Jsvo a Urj-e o[ wf.lef, in the morning bicakfast aud relict very After a continued treatment for about ;ilx monUls, I was cured and nin now in OrslcliiEq health. This, attribute to iny persistent use of "I'mit- a-tivrs'l and I he.irlily your tcmedy to any Rhetniinlic auffirers. JAHI3B DOBSON. 5oc. rt boz, 6 fqr f size, Atdeajernor sent postpaid on receipt of price liy I-'niit-a-tiveslim r t ol opinion, the only man had finfil liiniifK to the real discussion whicli .slionhl place in couimit- Ice FORMER FRENCH AMBASSADOR'S DEATH REMOVED MAN WHO ACHIEVED THINGS argument May HID iJontb of Constant, formerlj nmUnsstidor oT Frciniio CoiiBtatitinople, a piclur- fifjure dleappeara from tlio polft- leal anil worlrt. He is perhaps best remembereil na liic minister imcompromUlnK attitude had 5O much, ro fore- inn Ceueral HonUnger to Hts frojn Paris early In 1SKO and Bpend tht re- mainder of his life Iri M. Con- ttnna1 strong personality" stood out in bold relief the..elegant BlL- ot Jtis attachce, but under rude eMcrior lurVetl (C TQflritd and aeuU-! mtiitl. vras M-nUter uf the Interior throughout the troublous linger epoch, coming In for a Urge shnre Uio obloquy heaped oci Iho Kovc-rnmcTit by Ihe impnBaloued sup- liortcrs of Ihd General. .This. how. lofi him ijuito unpertiirbp'd, anrj he accepted hi? aucc'easee. with the Ramo spirit of calm. On the fateful 23th of January, Otneral Houlanger bad hardly iinfahed buckling his vallso when a zealous detective rushed -_j to (he Mlnifitrs- of the In- n-as to be Ahho'.igh ft was one o'clock a v.lo .lames lleair, late of loiva and later o( Toronto, occupied the. pulpit In the Presbyterian chilrch Sanday night; He Is to tako charge of the Held for the ilext ypar. He was well liked upon appearance. ]Je holds services at the following tow'ns: Lundbreclf U Sunday school and niblq class at Oowley 2 p.m.; church service at 7.30 p.m. I'raj-or meeting Is bejd on Wednesday ev'en. Ing 7.30 p.m'. The oponinff gurne in the Cowley illstrlot baseball leagufi win be played It .the River, Saturday ovonfng. The local .teahi.are.tho. visitors. A change In tho jiropoacd lineup was made ne- ccsonry by the leaving of Mr. Frasor. Tho team, la deprived of a shortstop, ,.At point'Prernio'h Bordon rose and moved- the'-adjournniflnt.' ol thp UordeJi mo'ves that the House satd" -.This was "of roval from the tjlboiala. The Conservatives rose In. a body and started to leave.'1 'Fhe Llbernl3 im i btukt; into and the Conscri'nlJvea countered with" cheers tlrnt o( ihc question must inoiy that ir the L.ibernl plnn ol three HfleV UH- iverc carricrt out we would 's.end more than lo the mother country, and the complete cost of tho units would be three timrs.thnfc amount. It was prctentled to claim, j he satd, that such units, if built, would nElord protection to Canadian commerce.- _-. to gel a .rude awakening-.somfc'-day- lo t> ......._ J lieu Is rmiile by .Mr. (JutJiric havo 1ml v In 'Mr. Van -Uusen they pitcher. Adas Bessie Cawson spent Sunday at the farm of Mr. and Mrs W C RabtnBon... Tliu (own council-has called for ten- aers for Instating the now -water sys- lem. 'The' water Is to bo taken from Inn, spring on P'. Forlicr's ranch about one and a half nines from town. Tho residents are, eagerly awaiting tho ar- rival of water. from tho new source us they havo drawing water from Iho river- slnco tho "system Mousing lo the .Municipal Wfter and Light Co of Pincher Owek gave oiit a year ago. of tho town huvo maoe to hold their annual on. Good men at-e In tharge ?nd eyuTythlng will ho done m tho best of order Good prizes and cups are -being' hung un Tor all ches-of sport. The main features of lire day-win n league baseball game, Cowloy vs i.urul- creek. A. ball will uo hold on Friday rvening, .May .23. Jfeavy rain has been falling for. (ho past two days, 'causing much delay in >prlng seeding. Thoao wlio havn ilii- may conildof Ihomselvos lucky, .W. A. a graduate .of Oueon'ii, was licensed to nrench' whllo ill In Ihe Boheral hospital A floputatlon from tho Kingston Presby- tery waited upon htm for Eorden. Tho ConaerTaiivdS took up "the s'traina and tun UberaU replied Canada." .Both Bidea out ol tire How the Day Started Mr. K. 3f. SfaoDpnaM of-Fictou, tho premier had Deceived any- from "the. British government or tire goveroments of any of tho domi'nionsVelaUve'.to Ihc nnvai conference. Mr. Dordcn said lie- had not re- ceived any such communications. When tho naval bill-wan colled both the prime minister anrt Mr. nf Capo Rreton, came to th.. ____ The. chairman Bonlen, but Mr. Carroit sep'nW disp.ospd ib h9ld his grouud, hut. llnally gave wny. Mr. Dordcn thtn re'ad :the, for- pledge.'1 to tho C.P.R. That sum cp hib j was loted, hut euliseguently.it voted again year by year as the work ie principle was _. to the Crtaiid and pacific. T.oday, said Sir Wil- IK. mornl., th. ai w 11 n i voted again year by air V. U. Hennftt, lol- proceeded- The sam owed. Ht. strongly criticised stats- followed' 'iu respect HfitH.K Viv XIr K.- _ dcrlarprl iliit H i......i nK acnic- sam ttir niu, your excel ency. he will es- ind I Ways llai1 frid Lauricr, the .minister of nava! capfr-hc Is evon noiv- at iho niakft _____ _ j.. vi__j minister bptng and. appeared, blurted out breath- leesly: "Generfll Boulanger Is leaviiiff." "All Eald AJ. Conatan? coldly. "Hut, your exceljency. he will Chieftain's Speed Sir IVilfrlU umner rose at 11.30 to1 give his .final in committsc. Ifo dovoted all his turn1 good is given 'power tlin.i ts fiivc-n'to Mr, Chwrcljjll, first lorrf of the admiralty. CJcrman's amend- i expect me to g i i mcnt, ho provide a ncces-1 see him 'sary safeguard, should he Cnre du Nord.' "WoJJ, what of You fiitrely don't to the station, and saving M. C'c TJifiy would find fltat CanEvdn tlovriot layot their as they suppose. _ attitude t.v- .M. ftin to cd hy the Other aincu.l hack on the detective-anil went bac'r l of the jmnits should -UB .adopted providing to Man ol n" Fame. Mr. of St. Antoine; said he felt it ivas necessary remarks of the f, cjie put on record what Mr. did say in the British house -oii'-Mafch 31, this being the last official utter- ance o! (he recognized- head of .'Ihe British navy. He- ptnc. front Mr. Churchill's speech '-or th'at date, remarking that "Mi> Churchill had said" that- it would" disappointment lo Great- Urifain' if these yfiius were not" adrirtl the British fleet, and if they, .were. ,___ supplied siyiiR other parts vypiikt have to supply them. .Mr. Ames also touched up- on the question ot Australia, saying had been buill ot Lin that ani-'.shfps that illed both "uu MI Australia ol Oirroll r1 smM tlass' T- hcfr'tecl Mr.: nnnlrn '''vo spoke.in'Frcnch. ma! motion ol irluch gave notice last night, "that, further .considera- tion ol ihc accond, tlifrd, fourth and The Maker W. F. Cockshutt, of Hrnntfaril.-.said thnt Auslrnlla was being lielil -up aa an ei-amrie by (lie IJbcr.ils, hut fie woiiltt remind them that Australia is fifth sections of the proposed sixth j Kpeaking section -at this hill shall be the first I Hie country, the Liberals business ol the commlttCQ and slial! not further be poatponed." The Libornls deruftndcd a vote upon Ihis and it was upheld 71 to 44'. Sir. Carroll then resumed tlie de- bate. He said that the Liberal na- tional would ths ftieklo mdnstry nnd the lumber in- uustry as well. lie had reached this point when Chairman 'Dloncllu.'inform- ed him that his time was up tinder the 30 minute rule which was'now in force. There wcro immediate-cries from MID opposition of "timc- _ Dordrti rose and stated-that if tho honorahlc grntlemnn' wibhcil to proceed ho did not think there would be any objection. Mr.' Piigslcy "As (here is no rule to the contrary.he continues by .his own right." ?s Premier Hordcii.Bsid that there wns a very distinct :.rule in the recent' wjiicli'harf made. r-Dr. Krontcnac, :cotiiinued. the debate. He saW it was evident that Mr. CarroJI wns not anxious to bo a martyr. That dis- tinction was evidently being reserved A SURE CURE FOR WOMEN'S DISORDERS Ten Days', Treatment [K llrsuc. Tho (lend iTAstd matter In coiwesled region la giving Imwirdlfltc mcncnl ntid physical Tf- blood veaeelx' and nerves nrn (ouwl and and thft circulation la Tendered normal, as IrCRtment In hsjeil on strlet- scieMlflf [irhiclolcs. and actfl on tlio ncnial location dtseAXQ ll help but e'lfcct a' euro of all lorms of fcmalo uoublef, oelAyftd Bm) ineRatrnntlon, laurorrnooq, ralllnir of "rcrr.Ti, v.c. r rluo. J'.CJ per T.-htch aiffflctcnt for ona month'a treat- ment.- A Krca Trtar Treatment, enough (or 10. 3Ec. will lio lo Bny snffetlnz ol attacking Ihe Conservative hut tiicy never took the people ipto their confidence as (o what tlicir own plnn would cosl.- From the t'lstr Town Mr, Law, of Yarmouth, was-' the first speaker when Die house' rc.sUinr-i! after- the dinner recess. lie referral to tlio appeal made hy. Mr. CocVshutt that thp. and. vote at 3 :..tti. >icliincl the liovrrnmejit.-- "lie 'will fimt tlmfwe will" stnn'il lip and said Jlr. Law, is no lioiiht ol tliat. But 'I will he much mistaken it there are 'very many members on this sMc br the house who. will .stand-up'''and .vote for the Donlen .policy." liepresL'nlfi Oliver Wilcox, Kortli hoth sides tlic tho minutes him, Uf replied ;lo n raiiirlt' lyhich been made hy Mr. of Tcmiscotinla, lo- tte cnret: that "Hi ere .-.was n .'nigger in MKfe. in L'oimeetion" with'tlie fioveriitntmVs "1 hove the he sattl, "to roptrsfnt n large nody. cl the colored vote, hill I beg to Siiy that if a nuritlier tit the Inynl natri- otic electors ot that particular hue were to bo lined up aloiiBsidc my honor.ihle Iriend and a choice nuiitc as to color, ho wciuM be tlie lira't'to he picked." Mr. Wilcox Hint :ike St. i'anl when he tame out n! prison ami ivcnt hack to his own country, t "The gsg is off, vou cnn speak for a shouted several Litiejal members. "Hor.ar.ihlc Bcntlemon sponk ol {he gag, snid Mr. Wilrox. "ft Is-ivo on this side who Imve hern (Hear, hear, from the of Wcllantl, to thr rHerl tliat tho con- trol ol the ciptnrtiture reinarn vvitii paih'.iinrnt. It had been remarked., lie said, that 20 days .had girtn to consideration in. committee, bulv tills wns neither uji.i iit'ittier alinormal nor excessive as bad cliargcd. In the llritish house where they have closure, .the guillotine and Kangaroo variety, tleoates in commit- tee o_ltcn fnr several weeks all. contracts be let by tenders" these provisions tlie bill would be devoid of all jirceaulioas which .ii.ivo Leen inaertcil in legisla- tion in .the past. 1'rcinjer. BornYti. .in (nff, said no one realized more tUni: he the im- portance ol work'ilom' in committee on any bill. nine-trnllis nl the (Jibcusslcm should have taken (n-'teq Vlfice on the second reading. i n i -i p atf! on the second reading. _Hc llv ol lh. The member lor WcHanrt was, in his of Ibis IptRrlurbnblllly 'H, Constnns r.dmltted that one man hud Eur.ojeded In astonishing iVlm, Emllc Lcubet, president of ibe repnlUp, ilitl thlj. I left the mirilatrv of tlio in terior.- said M. Cofislnns' in lolling Ihe story, "t handed over to my suc- cessor ilic- key of the safe containing IUG Btcrct service money. It was (hen ihc- beginning 'ct March, and I SUFFERING OVER Advised An tion. How She Escaped Told By Herself. 1 suffered BgonioB from female troublej end tlie doctorB at Itst decided thera wns no help for mo unlc-is I went to tho hospital for moptr- rition. Iwaa awfully BKainst that ppera- tion, and u a list resort wrotfl to you for Epedal idvlcft and I tohi yon juit what I suffered with __________ bearing down paina, backache, pains in my left side, times I could not touch my foot to (ho floor tvitho'ut acreftmlnir. I was short of lireath, hnd smothered felt dull and draggy all tin time. I could not do any work, and oh how I dreaded to have an operation, received a letter full of kind ad- vice, which I followed, snd if I had only written her a year I v.-ould have boon saved so much suffci ing, for today I tm a well woman. I am now keeping house again do every bit of my own work. Kvery ono in this part of tho country knows It was Lyclin B. Pintharn's table Compound that bns restored me to health, and everywhere I go 1 recom- mend It to suffering women." Mrs. LIZZIE SCOTT, Eucknev, Ho, It jronwnnt special adilei write to Lrdla E. I'lntham .Meillctno Co. (confl- dcnllal! Jf.jnn, JIasa. Tour leilcr irill be opcnedj read and nnsviercd by a Tonnn anrl lieM In strict conlldeice, francs, M. did a. thing n-hich I should not havo helloved possible." Here M. Conatana sloppeil rmil aik- ed: "Do you know Rhat ho Sorneon? ventured a guess. "Not at all." resumed M. Conatans. M. Loutjec sisnud mo a receipt Tor the sum n-lthcut oven openlns the aafo to see if It was there." Job At Last became otthat friend of vours wlio used to have mon- ey to burlil" sifting the ashes." Pccord. Tips on Credit no cb'ansjo this morning. Ml give'yon something return. CrosslnB sweepCT you'd be" surprised If you fent'w how roiirji money. I've lost by.givirjg credit that Opinion. millio fiolin. tbo ttn-QR-ycar-old daughter nice little .urn. more than a of Alfred flechard. of Palncourl; Ont i. in bundles of ten. thousand'.nas ;drowned in a'cistern. If Hair's Your Pride Use HJERPIClDfe Persons who use Newbro's. Herpicide and use it intelligently are satisfied. ..results are frequently of suck surprising nature as to be almost past belief. READ SOME EXPERIENCES OF THOSF WHO KNOW The I Imve boon using Hcrpiciile for nbont Jour yeara and consider It the most 'dollglitfiil hair (IrossinK in (ho world. 1 hnvo a flno bojd of hair five feet long ar.tt fool sure thnl It's hcalty condition depends largely upon (hn frequent aiipllcntion of .Vcwuro's Her- ilcirle. lilcirle. MRS. Concern, N. ll. C. I hnve (rlod almost every known rciueilr in Ihe last ten years for loss of Imir. Uerplclde Ir, Ilio only one lh.il ever cured (lie JanilmOr And the loss of hair. C. 0. HOUSTON, Leu'Js'.wrs, Tena. Your HcrpiclJe lias nrovpd a 'iroasure. M'jf ilaugbler llireo J'onrs old V'as afflicteil very tartly with ilaudrult, bill Horplotde haa laillrclj-. ellmtmlod tlio trouble and her Inlr Is growing no fast 1 use It constantly nncl Imve founrt it very bohelicial for nil all. nicnta of the scalp. isns. A. w. CMXON, Walla Wntln, Wash. 1213 unlvenlly St. scalp r.lesn nm] snultary. arc Hie rewards EUrJanl. I, rnal.itos ncnlth nnJ adds NEWBRb'S HERPICIDE tn If, emeioncy, I, both a surprise Snd a pleasure. Try It and ace. TWO SIZES, 60c and Si.OC, A Samp.e Bottl. and Booklsl S.nV'for T.n O.nU In Po.tag. or 811 vcr-SEE COUPON .iLPiicaiions obtained at the bettor barber shops and u.ir aold'wd Qwranteerf Everywh.r.. Your Money Back if you are not Satl.fl.d. J. D. 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