El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 13, 1918 Page: 3 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. THURSDAY JUNE 13. 1918
OF MAN IN ARMY
AHI WILLIE IS
DOWN BY SCRIBE
rr. Men Ave. tad Sea Amenle S.
The Season's Best Values
In Women's Pure Silk Hose
Action Follows Irire titration by Bat
Sleuth Who Wat Oat
Army Intellisync De-
partment. Sleuthed Doesn't Give
Perpetuates a Reputation
Schlitz-Milwaukee is an
old institution proud of
its achievements in pro-
ducing pure healthful
nourishing beverages. .
Schlitz Famo carries out
every time-honored ideal
and family tradition.
This worth-while cereal
beverage is healthful. It
is nourishing. It is good
- and good for you.
It has the wonderful hop
It is non-intoxicating.
On Male wherever soft drinks
are sold. Order a case from
I I II
Empire Bottling Wks.
Cor. Mills Florence
Sts. El Páso Jei.
Phones: Nos. 1533
See that Crown ii Branded'Tamo"
Made Milwaukee Famous
Bassett Issues Rules
Regulating Weight of
Baled Hay for Retail
C N. Beasett district rood administra-
Vxr yeeeerdey laauad tbe following an-
lou ucemenl :
tvei-y wholesaler and retailer or hay In
El Paeo It dlrerted to a earerul study or
ma rot low liif rule ami regulttlooi gov
niinir the we Kin or balea:
Tna m i nimum r i p in of bales or Uie
roliowinr bays shall be 75 pounds per
bile: rrairic hay meadow trass hay
llinothy hay Rhodes trass hay Johnson
trass hay. Sudan grata hay rite straw
nay and oat straw hay.
The Minimum weight or the following
Han ahall be SO pounds p r baje: Mislu
hay sorghum hay peanut hay pea vine
nay and corn shucks
In sailing bay wholesale It shall
sold b the ton. In selling hay by rela'l
it shall lie sold by weight and uot by the
bale rsgardlets r the weigh! l the bale.
All hajr should be balled wiih three
wires to prevent bulging and breakage
the hay In handling Especially should
litis be done wlier; tbe added weight or
tin- bale oxer tl.e ruetoniary urighi
amount. i'.i i" . ni r Ulcus..'
A rigid cointd anee with these ml m ill
greatly redore the number or ears iteres
airy tor tlie transportation of haya.
' laude B. Hudspeth rongrettiiiaa
torn c:'u;rajaloiial dial net.
H. al. Dudley senator Sitb seualorle'
aisiriet ot Taias.
' H E. Thomaaon. member or letie
atura lieth district
Adrian Pool member of tegialatuie
James H. Harper chief justice court
or cull appeala. Mb tupien ludirla)
We. tbe underaLeued. adora the
oamed raodlilalM fur the re
leva. aaa we aertpy att-
ire oorselves aa raodldatea (of
la placet indicated after our aainaa
il.Jert to tbe action or the nemo
o. nowa iuage two juaic-aj
district ttionseg. sett
Judge county court .1
i. n ii i
I eigh Clark.
XV. H. uvea
w. p. BradJ
nay county caHeertor
kinuney district clerk
set. county clark
t.. si. ascetii
W D. O I Ml
Joba T. Caja county laaiasar.
AT. Webb county Ireeaur.r
J. M. Ueater. malíes af the pest
ptectnel Ho I pun I.
nan. jiwire aa
fraclaas tai. I. place t.
i n. nana ohm
asonar. prertatT bo 4
H'Mn i yaaa. aouux
oner preselect No. a
Henry Herring r
oner prarlnrt Bo I -A4x-
GAS-To Mr. and Mr. UsTael Gasto
HHAIiE To Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Keade
sou south Mnth sleet June 12 a ton.
UtCA I Hn.
l.oHTtiN-Jatnét :. Lorlon died June
at U7 East Missouri ttreet. Tbe body was
sMrped lo cailabad V Mekhu.
SALAS Victor Italas tlie one yuar old
child or Mr. ami Mra. candelario bales.
071 Third ttreet died June II. Burial
wat la Concordia catholic cemetery.
M"Mi. i in iqueti. Muutei to died
June li at :isi.- Hun a ttreet. buriel wis
in i.oiu nulla l.aiholte cemetery.
AMOI.K-Selieatlaii Angle Tí. died Juna
II al mj'-j Mum and tensas sírcela. Burial
MAkTlo-fcJV-C.rrello Maeilloei. el vaarsl calle. I rom Amarillo to fort Worll
ol ase. died Juae tt al bit boiue ou South! lenn sinpp-d 19 rare of i year
uegon ttrett Hurlal was in concordia: ' "eueis irom Amarillo ui nainart.
IN PANHANDLE BY
; EXCELLENT RAIN
Alter he bad lasen the oath or alies
lance and Ullle remained In be dons ex
rept comply with a rew rnrmalltles prior
to Issuance ot rertirirale of cltttenshlp.
aereral wiinrsset rroib Fort anta ap
peered before Federal Judge W. . Smllh
In tbe Hailed stales dlstrlrt court and
testified that Albert Herman Piiltkr. aged
33 years and -a member of tlie remount
depot unit had made statements on aev-
era! occasions proving hint not to b
loyal to the l ulled sutes. Judge SmlllL
taking the view thai lie ball a right to
revoke the former proceeding. Instructed
Hie clerk or the court to ranrel the order
entered on June t.. naturalising liultke.
hunke denied the rhsrsps made against
him claiming that they grew out or en-
mliy felt against him hy several people
al the fort. While not absolutely con
vincing him that Inillke was a Herman
sympathiser the testimony was lUffl-
lent to create a doubt In the mind or
Judge Smith. The rase agalnat Duttke
Inve.ngateil by the army Iniclllgrnro
department. I'sually naturalisation pro
ceeding can be revoked only after a
nil In equity but Judge Smith took the
lew that If tried upon at the aame term
f rourl there was no necessity ror In-
oivlng proreedings the order of the
roun being snfflrlent.
Iiullkes application for natural I ta I Ion
said be was 33 years old. having been born
In OrioberlSM. In Mellertdorff Germany
and he had nunc to the Cnlted States In
teto landing at New York from
steamship Kaiser Wllhelm I June tt ot
that year. He Is married his wire being
a Mexican ixoman born In ( alunes. 000
OFFICE MAY BE
OPENED JULY I
Wilde Mar.well the atajalre narro
sleuth from Houston vxhn.e triremes
here liave set Hie colored population
or ri Pats int. rinally a located
last nlrhi about n'rhick In the plana
park and consented to lie Interviewed.
In his com ersalion however he prov-
ed as elnsive as his reputation.
"Yes. sir. Manuel! my name.'" he
said his conversation showing hardly
a trace dT negm dialect. 'Tai work-
ing ror some rolks here In Fl Paso.
Na I can't say xvim they are but I'm
gelling good anoney ror my work. I
gtieas the xisy ihey raine lo hire me
was becau.e I msde a big rrpiitallon
In the ranioiis Ceorgla woolen mill
strike. I spoiled there and got the
dope on in letderc Ihey tre banlBÜ
the bar. now smile other fellows
fell down hut I landed em. Another
good thing I did was in the cinrago
at m.irders. I gol mat rctlow loo and
he was hanged.
"Ft I'aso ain't very had. I ilionld
lay It was fair an middling nr coin tt
Hiere ate cmle a Tew oloted people
here Hint have violated the law In one
way or another and a lew while fmks
too. I'll remember 'em when I make
my report. Yea sir my reporl't to be
made pretty toon."
Manuel la a medium iied negro
unlet and unnbreualva in his manner.
He wore a slraw hal and dark chillies
last night. He rerused M lie dernuie
In his sialenienls alioul his work here
and whon Hie reporter persisted made
the excuse that he had to caleh a
street ear aud Irri hurriedly boarding
a Park car.
AD CLUB EMBLEM
TO MARK TRUTH
Recommendation to This Effect
May Be Made in Next
neroiiiinendaliiuis probably will be made
within the neil day or two by turns of
rrirra arreted that the iiiiiniilldilaaj
rlty tlckcl offlre an order bir the e.tab
llshuieiit or which In the room In the Mills
building now occupied by the Santa Fa
ornee has been received ahall not be
opened ror birtlnesi before July 1
la believed that ihc cummltlee In charge
111 content to this ai iiiurli Oí lall ra-
meli.k lo be transarte I h-tween now and
the opening nine whenrvcr It may be.
Those In chin ge or the various cily ticket
offlrea In II Pato said II would be annuel
Impoeslblc to get ready for tbe tranarer
A meeting of the eomniinro In rbarge
composed or Harnet king V. It. Urnwn
and W. C. M mm k. wat held yesterday
at which ii i ni- or ii.c otficc were ills-
us. ni James ii. 'Hi ii. general pastng"r
agent for the (k II. - ft. and (leorge 1).
Hunter general Irarrlr manager or tin-
lesas It pacirn . have keen luvlt.-d tii
meet with the committer to discuss dc
taia and a meeting probably wilt be held
today ir these two arrive.
The roiiimltlic must Inventor; til lick
and edciipmeiii In the hands of the
(.roaent ticket ollhe to this data fogclhrr
lib coat of uiciliig into the .h ve ornee
may be tent to tlui trarric comiiullce or
the regional railway director's orfics In
Chicago being taken by Mr. Klug. ui pel.
ron. On hit i elm n ii la expected tun Mr
King will no able lo direct Uie axofioa
the ticket ornees without dSiay or.
the reroiiiineiidaiion or the railway tick-
ii be ai(epled by the flrtt or UK
Membership in Organixation to
Mean More Than
Cattle Deal Breaking Few Rec-
ords Reported From
Kniouragliig repon on the raille altu-
atiou roiillniie lo b- rerrlved hy the local
rrhe or the Panhandle god Southwest
iiiih iiicii assorlatloii. II. F. Denlson.
Insperlor ti Amarillo Tens wrote thai
there bad been consul .-table ralnrall bul
it wat l:rav er In aome parla or Hie Pan.
handle than In others. Uraaa wat com-
ing out well inn more rain would be
ueedd toon be aald.
W. I Tajlor limpet i' ir at Wheeler
feias aald there had been plenty of rain
all over ib eaat.-rn Panhandle ecciion
and II bow wat In. floa shape for grata.
Miipmrnit ot raille reported were:
ndy t.n car or cowt od
Bl 11.111 Mi PCMMIlh
In i uik and Weeks to icpair roofa at
HOLD UP TRAIN
Membership In the Ad club will mean
more to the members than it haa aver
meant before when Hie present plant of
the chili are put In rrrrrt At a liinrhcon
al Hotel Sheldon yatlerday noon it wai
agreed to supply all of the members with
Uie rltih't emblem to be used In ronner-
Hon with their adrerlltenienla. The mem-
bers will be permitted to use thlt em-
blem only to lung at they rnnllnue In
good standing and violate none or the
rluh'a mtea or regnlatlnnt. The Ad rlnb
guarantees all ans In he truthful where
Uie emblem Is displayed.
Srolt White II. n. Mrcilnlnck W. It.
Which and W. K. INK were named as a
membership rommlllre to pass on the
names of all prospects who were sug-
gested for membership of the club. It Is
planned to have the business manager
look up Uie prospects ami then report
their names to tlte mruihei .hip rnm-
ftiltiee. It It the Intention or Hie Hub to
limit the mrmberablp to those who are
Interested In adverUalng. either aa a
buyer or a seller. The rlub la not in be a
torltl one but all or tbe meeting will be
drniied to adverUetng.
Alie Harris n mall order expert will
deliver a lecture on mall order buslnr.s
at the next meeting or the rlub to he held
al the Sheldon Wednesday. June l'uh
Tha meeting will atari promptly at IV is
o'rlork and ronlluue unitl I IS o'clock.
o'clock and continue until l it o'cl
to tlli ml the meeting.
VHoal Hss I
k SHIPME1NT juat received that contained the
beat values that vm have had the pleasure to
offer this season. The lots consist of the very new-
est ideas in Women's Fancy Hosiery stripes
clocks embroidered fronts nnd Richelieu stripes in
white cordevan bronze navy grey white and
black pink sky maize etc. Self colors and novel
combinations. All are of pure silk. Made full fasb
ioned with lisle feet and double garter welts of lisle
or pure silk. Durable grade hose unusually attrac-
tive. Here are the two lots and prices :
Silk Hose To $1:75 0 SilkHose To $2.50 at
CHARGE MAY DE
FIXED DY HOARD
Protests Are Made Against $15
telegram received yesterday hy lAi-'
i I'm trarric manager or the I I Paso
iiiihwestern rtllrotd. Frena Ihn chair
man of the regional rale cominlsslou In
hlragn tended in modify the Inns let
mlnal switching t htrges w hich rrceniiv
were altered o place a minimum or ais
ar. II now lies WIUlIll Ihn prnvhirr
of the railroads alfeclcn to make reeom-
ni' illinium in this mailer.
telegram rrom the district inmiulilee
at Kansas i:ity. Mo. yesierday named W.
llames general rrelght agent nr the K. P.
v. chairman and the rniiouliig luem
bera or a suh-rohimltiri or the Kansas
Hy district cm Ittcc lo give hearing'
and make recomineiuiallons for thu stan
or ew Mexico vx It. brown sania Kt
railroad witti htaihpiaiiers In F.I Paso
II. C Hallmark general fralgtit agent of
the Arltona Kaairru with headquai lera in
Tureon Am.; 0 :. liana of the sama fis
with headipiartrra In Amarillo Tetas.
I -dwiii.t Chambers dlrecVir or traille
xvlrrd that he prererrnl lhat all persons
having adjustments to he made deal ill
racily with the reprrtrnlallves of Uie rail-
roads ennrrrued. who promptly will con
shier any 'rccniiiiiiciulalloua and auggea-
liona lo he made."
The rommlllee will arrange soon lo con-
sider matters K'rlalulng to Hut question or
Whlln Uie IIS order would mil afferl Kl
l.asn people grrttly pnitlrtHy every
mining romiiaii.v In the ton Ol watt would
have hern afrrrted. ruinously. In many
luttancea tin in wnulil have lieen an arbi-
trary Increase rrom H lo t.i per rar to
Attempt Is Madp
to Smuggle $6000
to A merican Side
Juarei riialotn ornrlala have aelted
six sacks ronlalnlng s. .. gold wnlch
IJ I. alleged was Bboat to be smuggleil
In the Aluerlran side or the hue
Manuel tlranados a rhaurreiir of
Jusrei. was drlalnetl in roniieetlnn
with Hie alleged atleuipt to inuLitle.
but l as been rsiaiasd. The inoiiev la
I "in held. The whole arralr la bring
investigated hy eutoms orilrlala.
WOMAN AND TWO
MEN TO DOUGLAS
11.1. The rrfret or stirh an order readily
may bu seen and many protests ara aald
to imie I.e. ii rei eivt d in Washington as a
result or the publication or Ihe order.
New Tariffs Received
for Tickets for U. S.
AHer being held up ror teveril day.
iiniccounlthly a telegram rerelvrd yea
lenity by railroad here intormi'il Ihe traf
ileparlmriits lhat Ihn seriluu of order
vx applying lo tha larirr ror soldh'ts
un nibers or the marine corps sailors ami
burgas on riirlough waa affeetlve. .Ticket
began lo b sold under II yesterday er
rorihng to tlarnril king general paaseuger
ageni oi mo Ki raso k auiaiassiSia i all
I he order Siei iriet that those mentioned
aball pay but nun thud or the regular rare
way via ot ticket applicable in
coach parlor or eJoephig ear aa the rase
may be. when on nrrirlal leave of absence
or furlough. Applicant ror surli tickets
must be required lo submit rr liitHrllou
nr Ihe ticket ngant their mllllary fur-
lough or olher ofllelal ronn or leave or ah
i ami lo -ni i end. . to the ticket Iffnl
a furlough fare rertlllcale signed by Ilia
romaiaudliig orrirer. this rule tines nut
apply on short trim passes or when on
liberty from stations to nearby stations.
several oirirers and men who had been
ailing for days to take advantage of the
due d rata have been told llckela II It
Arresta Recall $3000 Payroll
Robbery Near Arizona
.rler a chase over three slates. I'rant
Wilson r. w. Shirk and Mrs. Minnie
rwaadtiVal were arresietl hi Kl Paso Mon-
day hy nelerlli-es Captain W . Slmnsnn.
seigeant t lauds Uullll and John Hedman
on a rharge or being fugitives from Jus-
tice. They wnre taken to Douglaa.
tm Jrtna ! a imuglat storekeeper
whose name has not been learned In I I
aso was held up and robbed or a pay-
mil or t.i.m whlrh he was liking lo a
mine near the city to pay a number or
Wilson aud Shirk were inspected or the
then rrom Ihe flrsl but tiler ihe deed
waa done Ihe tin men kepi out of tha
eyes of the poajglat police. It la Ihnunht
that ihey xvere able lo do UUt by Staying
at ITm neaaiui val's honte until they fin-
ally surrender) In allppl r out of the town
willHiut thu knoulctlgr or the Amona of-
rirlsls. The two men lert Ikiuglas anon aOar
Ihn hold-up They had lived al the huma
of Mrs. HeastHival.
Monday mornimr Ihe woman wat teta
to board a train Icy Deputy sherifr Char-
ley ero.. At the time Croat had money
with i un so he hoiti'drd the tram ta II
was moving out or tlie station
i lom ii n mi i ft. M. he une i Kl Paso
detectives lo meet the Irani and help Win
trail the woman. She was followed to a
hotel on sun I ram i. i n airrel. near Iba
I Man defot wiiui- Wilton and shirk had
lell-lei eil some ds- .rel Inns.
Have u paiat your rar and aave H) par
cent ou Job. I ic in. is Molur Co. Pbona K.
Il W. (ivcrlaud SI. Adv. .
Passengers Robbed of Valuables
and Clothing and Trata
comer Oregon and Missouri street cost buuia
analta Uroihera shipped ti cara of year
ling ttiert from Uaotry Texaa. lo lex
Low man. lo build a alone real
in n ou toss u 1 1 1 ' i ii block m. Kara
Mare; coal Sijasj.
To TubarvlUe a Kraukhn lo build a uaw
atone fruol al Octavia and
st eels cost .ssi
H. f. Scldegel alupped one car of udxed
raille fnunjUiaiaraek. uaa to Oklahoma
Noel Scot tiers sold to M. S. White liaj
cowt shipped rrwn Nu tiu Teiee. lo
boulevard cm j .uir. wyu.
tlghleeii rara of ra were ahipiied
To Cuosuuiers' Ire romuany. to make liuiu pssiuie near rum. Iraas. Wedura
nttwlra at corner o Pirat and norettoa I day to list Imata ranch al Peana ay i II
aireéis; cost aasi
Tki htaulry aavaiu. lo make alb rallóos
SI MB San Iraiiiixo alrart: cost nuu
luiae raxL tkanssümnusu.
Major b. 1 P.'ll woo waa raraoUy at
anrSed t Uta romuiand or Um tat si ma
china gua Oailaltuu al amp Cody bai
besui li easier led to Uie rutxuuaad or Iba
JHtl mat hint' gun batial ua at Port oiim
Ha hat reasoned ror duly. Major paU Wat
receauy prwuutad from Uie rank of cap
lain aad wat fortuerly adjutant of Use
ajti icLa. n rnmvmm kan
Au anula oa Iba propalad lahariasu
tauabirium ul Use sou i hero atapusu rburrb
appaara Ui list current uoontier of Use
Cskwii icial Me. of kl Paeu. lutt pob
Habed An UluairaJtuti of the Sjouul
Iraakliu t ouniry club wblcb Is lo be Uie
adJioni.Ual Lull Imt
xn.ie i. on ii. -. raille bad Isaaa on pas
xi. ie ai " inn an winter.
A deal breaking a lew recorda in Uiel
set i on of Um . ..unit) was load of by
Insperlor I a) lor u ma report. tUmtj
re sold to it. p. Brill ai Wlseal
Tasas. MO cows al lloo each and lot coas
auu tanca ai a aruuiai.
HHt-t OA llsB AM KIDM.I U4M.
sua you trouoietk wiui rbeuinaUioi kid
uay or bladder afactions Any tucii
sjmptouia aa swollen must ies or joints
I. a. ascot. iKsaoaroe dltlllieat. lieivous
ueaa. played-om teciuig. urinary trregu
bsrity. puff meat aaatar Uta apsxsT roa
need ruler Kidney Pilla His. frank P
Wotsd. K. f. U. I. Morrill. Maine mica
I round relier aa so n as I began taking
Pules kidney Pilla My Kusbaud alto it
isi.tsj uiutb bcnrrii rrooa Ibaan Ma waa
ao latvia be could not tioop user now be
led. uo paiu." in. v.a..vr brua
llritorts that Vlllislas held ap a train S
santiago Papaaqutaro Hurango and killed
Su i. nial guarde or the tram haa brr
received in Kl Paso. It la repollen thai
the pasteugcrs were rubbed or their val
iiablrs and clothing and that afterwarda
the train waa buraed. I lie attack! on
trains have been nude hi Mailt o recently
by baiitllla. acrurdliig lo reporta. A norlh
krraoS passenger trtiu waa recruliy wreck
Sd near Sallo Jusl noun of Mexico Cily
and the guards killed. Another attack
aa made on a aw in an Central tram near
liullerrei Zaralecat rerenlly II IS re-
of Auto Laws Fined
for Baby Milk Fund
Technical lota tors of Use auloutolille
kws are bring made lo contribuir to Ilia
haby milk lund by Jo.iiie A. J. Mali.
Yesterday Juslirr Hall tunfe In gf.an.
wluck la lo go for Ihe purchase of good.
pura milk for habiea whose parenlt ran-
not afford Use luxury even for taelr
Ix.ti ra know as wall aa Use babies
thai Impure milk la not good tor tha la
ranla aad Justice Hall le antlous to .pal
la as murk usooey aa possible m order
to Satara Sba babies pure milk during the
rut tuauuer uwxaUia. So far not a "da-
irudaiH" Ma offered tar objection In
paying a "flue" In order lo swell Use milk
tasad of BW A eaor latest chartuee.
Justice Had intrude to keep the lists
(span for al least two weeks. Whys da-
farsa tsrst are owy gauxy ac auaie minor
lufre- lion of Uw Irani- lex- tbey will
be peirauteri to stake i isafldlutliaai
Juaura Hell ati-ipied Hie aaate plan dur-
tau Mat Llbtaur besad aad autntag at Ska
Anderson-PHIrr Investnieni company In
Joseph K. Speure luta III II It ami
15 feet of lot 13 block i. Cuverlilueiii Hill
addition: Slu tnd other roiialdertlious.
Phillip i. Hague Mrs. I mini Corcoran
Mlaa Clara Hogue Mist Plort Hogua. Mrs.
Allean Hill lo Philip r. Itrrtieh lot
Simeon Hart tran known at turvry No
. made by -J. W. Ttyt and A. C. Savage;
;'.'Jl nut other rollsldrrsllont.
G. I. fialiruay In John Walthall lot vo
and anuth hair of lot IS hlork ls Alea-
aoih t atlill llr.n : t oiitlde rallnu WOO.
John Walthall el. u. to l ulu P. March
loit II and tt. hlork as. Alexander addi
tion; ronalderatloii v
p A. candrlaru to John Walthall all of
frartlonal block 17 Alexander addition
ron. i impon (Mo.
M il. Hui llín to rwtld Klppt eaal ''
feet of lot IS all or lm t and weal II'
fiel of lot I? block XI nunaei HoighU
uidiuon: couaiileralion ti.Mrn.
J J. Keevll tt. UI. to Mike Mend r Iota
n. St s and S6 block . Bataeii't addl-
J. W. llamare lo A. T. Harper lota IS
17 ta io s sad si. block s. Joe Dunna'i
muiiiioii. and alto being a part ol block II
Slid 17 of Woodlswu addition; 10 and
II - i i oiiald-'i allou-
Hlamite M. aitiHtp. astlrur Indu l.iuallv
and alao aa aariitrli lo Aubrey bowinan.
Iota IS and IS. block 3. Bishop's eubdlvl
tun. rotulderslton Sljxyj.
James L. Marr to Mrs. kan- I iddell mid
dlo 10 feel at lots 17 II. I aud t. him k
7v. i. iveinincnt Hill addhiou. t uueidura
lCE ice ICE Iff I traifeS.p
MAMUIAIJC I n I ni s
Uobert lluiniifaud Kdlth Burke.
Bernard Wilton and Anna Baikal
Allen i i op hell and Mjilh MlOd
ueorga W. orbs and Kdua la i
Hubert Kngllth tud Alma Knallth
Joaeph U. Biirbm and AiuUa I ouiae
' hatha J. lievla and Blanche Cong.
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