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WENT TO JURY
Government Attorney Scored
Closing Argument of Federal Coun-
sel Was Scathing Arraignment
in Which He Said Government
Had Established Case.
( Usoaated Press Report.)
CHNWCo. March 25. -The case of the
ten Chicago packers who the govern-
ment tharxos have violated the criminal
section of the anti-trust law went to the
Jury late today.
The Rising argument delayed nine
Friday ny the illness of a juror was de-
livered by Special Counsel Tierce Butler
for the government and occupied the en-
tire morning and part of the afternoon.
It was a scatrjiitf arraignment of t tit-
Beta of the packer.. The counci l repeal -edly
asserted t ha t the govt rnnu-nt has
e.MaHi:-heil its easti beyond iiuestioii
Instruct ion from United States Judge
Carpent r held the Jurors from 3 : to
4 :t o'clock and at 4:40 the Jury retired
to consider ItM verdict which will bring
to a tlo?s a trial which has tasted since
Iecemher 6. 1 HI I.
In Ids instruct ions to the Jury Judge
Carpi ;iter laid great stress on the doc-
trine of reasonable doubt to be exercise!
by the Jury in determining t lie guilt or
Innocence of the defendants and after
defining the intent of the Sherman act
"If you do not believe from all the evi-
dence beyond a re. tunable doubt thai the
different groups of defendants or any two
of them were engaged In interstate 'com-
merce carrying on separate enterprises
nd were within three years prir to Sep-
tember 12. lftlZ engaged in a combina-
tion among themselves deliberately and
Intentionally planned the main or con-
trolling purpose of which whs either to
eliminate competition or to fix. regulate
and control prices of fresh beef in manner
lid form as charged in the Indictment
is the orce that keeps
.the neive well poised
and controls firm strong
Men and women who
do the world's work can
avoid Brain-fag and
guard their health by feed-
ing brain and body with
1 ExactCopy Wrapper. 1
-' " HH-HSSIM.... .
li 1 EAB.S 1 1
THE PRICE IS
THAN OTHER HIGH
PARLIN & ORENDORFF IMPLEMENT CO.
General Agents Dallas Texas
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
' Always Bough!
. ..i. Mint
therrdt. then vol wilt nt
be iu' ificd
finding tlii- d f -ii-iaiK
The 'nirt held thai the uiieMioii of in-
Jury done the public was not an element
tT be considered. In conclusion Judi;-;
Carpi n'.er said.
"1 charge ou particularly that the u -fend:ints
are not to be convicted merely
upon suspicion . i he j' are not to be con-
vie ted met e y because you think such a
conviction might be popular And here
let tne say that the matter of the high
cost of living about which we have In ard
nnd read so much during the? last year or
more has nothing to do with this case."'
HAND MAY ORDER ACQUITTAL.
Judge Rather Sldei With Defendants In
Sugar Trust Trial.
(Associated Press Report.)
NKYV YOKK. March 25 The prospect
that Judge Hand of the I'nited Slates
district court would instruct the Jury to
acquit John E. J 'arsons Washington B.
Thomas and other officials of the Amer-
ican Sugar Refining company on trial for
conspiracy was in view today when
counsel titr the defendants furnished lony
arguments on a motion to dismiss tne in-
dictments. Judge Hand who reserved decision on
tiie motion until tomorrow several times
remarked that he agreed with points
raised and auuounecd that unless th-
district attorney could convince other-
wise he would instruct the jury to brlnjf
In a verdict of not guilty.
Tikis announcement came in connection
wit li a point raised in discussing the
li.jr.O.rtoo loan made to A. Segal promoter
of the Pennsylvania Sugar Kefinlng com-
pany through which It is alleged the
Suiar trust obtained control of the Segal
piant. Attorney Beck pointed out that
tl e American company took "collateral of
a perishable nature" for the loan.
Mr. Heck devoted a large part of his
argument to an attack on the Sherman
law under the criminal clause of which
the defendants were indicted. He de-
clared that the court must construe the
law as it was construed in 1903 when the
alleged conspiracy was entered into and
not. as it is construed today.
"lfc 103 no lawyer regarded aa Illegal
r contrary to the Sherman law such
acts as are charged In the Indictment."
he said. "The evolution of the Sherman
law has been a greater blight on the in-
dustries of this country than ever the
war between the States was. There Is
nothing in the present interpretation of
the law as given In the tobacco and oil
decisions whioh applies to this case.'.'
Ielancy Xlooll in his argument placed
the blame for closing the Pennsylvania
refinery tin the late H. O Havemeyer
former president of the trust.
"He arranged everything and issued all
orders" declared the lawyer.
TWO MIGHTY MONARCHS MET.
Emperor William of Germany and
King Victor Emmanuel of Italy.
(Assoaatr 6 Pre.it Repori.y
VKNICK. March 2i. Kniperor William
of Germany and King- Victor Kramanuel
met here today and exchanged most cor-
dial greetings. The visit of the klnp and
the emperor to Venice was made the oc-
casion of enthusiastic demonstrations be-
fore the royal palace on the balcony of
which they appeared and bowed their
thanks. Three thousand school children
satiK patriotic songs.
The Herman emperor. alludlnK to the
war saM Italy was offering a touching
spectacle and loyalty to the dynastv.
This evening the emperor gave a dinner
In honor of the king aboard the Imperial
yacht Hohenjollern. The wholo basin
was brilliantly illuminated.
tin parting the emperor and kln em-
Tor hoarseness. Inflamed lungs or Irri-
tating coughs. KALLuVRUS HORE-
HOUND SYRUP Is a healing balm. It
does Its work quickly and thoroughly
Price 2ic 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
GUmiTIED FOR FIVE TEARS
Sold n Thirty Dip' FREE TRIAL
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HOUSTON DAIfcY POST: TUESDAY MORNING. MAKUH 26 19J2.
New Texas Supreme Court Justice
-" 4 A $?ii n Jt -Jt '- v v k 4V h
Hon. Nelson Phillips of Dallas.
lie was yesterday appointed to the Texas
Capacity House Heard Wol-
ters at Mart.
Senatorial Candidate Replying to
Charge by Preacher Denied That
He Represented Brewers
(Houston Post Specmt.)
MAftT Texa Alan h 25. C'olotitil Jake
Wul nth began the fulfillment of his first
ivgular speaking Itinerary hero today
when he adt1rostel .'.U0 voters who fillft
to ra parity t hi Mart n era house. J ie
n us applauded vigorously as hu expressed
hs era I vi-w s upon puhHc questions.
From time to time during his speech he
was interrupted with cheers as he spoke
and when lie concluded the tierman hand
b an nixle" and for more than two
mmutt s there was a deafcniiiK rttar.
'olml Voit'rs In his address again
devoted muvh lime to his tariff views his
reasons for opposing i he expt'dienry of
the initiative referendum and n-call and
U other points heretofoie discussed.
Mart is a "wet" town and at present
there Is a revival going on here Sunday
evening a minis let took occasion to call
fttti ntion to the engagement of Colonel
Wolters here today und to say that the
repr. seniative of the breweries and their
candidate would be here today for a
speech. This fat was called to the at-
tention of the i andidate and he declared:
"l am told that last evening a minister
of the gospel in dlvt-rting from the teach-
ings of the gospel of the Savior of man
spoke of my appearance here today and
stated ttiat I was the attorney for the
breweries in this country. I am perfect-
ly willing to le charitable and. In fact
will he more charitable than t lie minister
for I am willing to assume that he really
thought that I was a brewery attorney.
His Reply to Minister.
"The fact Is that I am not now nor have
ever been attorney for breweries in this
State or anywhere else. I once brought
a suit tor an outside brewery against a
brewer in the State in a dispute over
a trade mark. That ease was settled.
Likewise. I once represented a landlord
against a bn wery. but those are the
only two instances in which 1 have ever
bad any onneetion with them.
"1 would not tegurd It as improper dis-
honorable or discreditable to represent a
Lrewerv as a lawyer hut as I have not
done so. 1 make this statement."
Colonel Wolters told the audience that
in li05 he openly was employed by the
Wholesale Liuuor I 'eaters' association
but that employment ceased more than
three vears ago. Further he stated that
while Vie served as attorney for this or-
ganization his duty was to give legal
opinion-: that he gave opinions showing
them how to obey jjie law; that every
question he passed upon for them which
afterwards was decided by the courts
was decided bv the courts as ho adviseu
them. The latest illustration was toe
Kppstein case in the supreme court in
which his opinion to the liquor dealers
was entirely upheld by the Biipreni
court. When the ten-day hiatus caused
by the passage of the Baskin-McOregor
law came h ioik a test case before the
court of criminal appeals. He refused
to take it before the anti-prohlbltion
members of that court but took it bet ore
Judge M. M. Hrooks. a prohibitionist
who upheld him in the case of ex-pane
Asks Justice From Preacher.
"I trust that the minister will do me
the Justice to make torrectlon from the
pulpit. If I ever do a man an injustice
1 will gladly correct my statements if
my attention Is called to the matter '
Colonel Wolters continues to challenge
his opponents to abide by the will of tho
democratic primary as he has agreed to
do. He again said today that he does
not fear the actiorrof the legislature it
nominated he believes every member will
abide by the will of the people.
"They are going abroad about the ho-
tel lobbies and on the street corners and
even in the newspapers and are saying
that Jake Wolters may get a majority of
the votes in the primary but the leg
Ask Your Doctor
"Hdw are your bowels?" This
is generally the first question
the doctor asks. He knows
what a sluggish liver means.
He knows that headaches bil-
ious attacks indigestion im-
pure blood are often promptly
relieved by a good liver 1 pill.
Ask him. if he approves of
Ayers Pills. tSAlfe
supreme bench by the governor vice W.
t (filature will never cleel him. Those wrtn
j make that statement libel i lie member
of the legislature and nmse In Texas
! who are democrats and send them to
J the legislature. For m n m refuse to
obey the demands of i he people would
"be to embezzle cower. 1 r.-scnt the Im
putation of these pussy-footed politician
I who sav that the niemb- rs of the leg-
! islature will not follow i he dcmanfds of
the people. If ttere be anv danger or
that however let us settle it. Ask your
legislative candidates if iluy will obey
Instructions or- support the democratic
nominee. If they hesitate strike them
ff the list and support men who are
willing to go to Austin to do the peo-
ple's bidding" he declared. There waa
much applause here.
Democracy From Old Hickory.
"I prefer to take my democracy from
Old Hickory rather than from the Dallas
News or the Waco Times-Herald. I
would rather take my democracy from
John H. Reagan than to follow upon the
floating political aeroplane of the Dallas
News or George Robinson" he con-
cluded as he finished his tariff discussion
and criticised the tariff views of the two
The adoption . of tl e recall meant to
abolish the constitution aa he express-
He again said that never had he chang-
ed In political views to meet popular ap-
proval. He might have been wrong but
he thought he ffaf rifffit He was not a
weather vane and had not been on both
sides. Applause. ) He told 100 t ier-man-Amerlcans
at Fredericksburg mid he
repeated here that the prohibition ques-
tion had no business In the senatorial
campaign for It is a question that a sen-
ator might not have a chance to vote
upon in a thousand years if h- cui l
stay in the senate that long Hnw ver.
he had been an antl tn l"Tt7 when it was
popular and he was still an ami in
1111 when It looked ilke it might be un-
popular. Others In 1887 loudly proc aimed
then they were antis but in I'.Ml they
saw the clouds they ducked ar.d picked
up the white flag because they thought it
would bring political preferment
Will Stand By Convictions.
"And what I advocate here I shall ad-
vocate up there " he declared stating
that he expected to be elected.
"When I am elected I shall not engage
In the practice of law for public service
corporations or Individuals where the
service I owe my people and my legal
services might conflict. I a hail devote my
time to your service. Imakc this tat-
meiit because it hae been said that I rep-
resent corporations arid should not be
elected. Right now I represent more pro-
hibitionists in the city of Houston 'han
both of my opponents combined have pro-
hibition clients." he declared.
He continued saving that he had rep-
resented lots of clients some go.j and
some bad. he supposed. Put anyone was
welcome to go t" any Jurv or ju ige be-
fore whom he luo! ever tried a - an-i
see for himself that t ho proceedings had
been entirely hou -vabie.
l am going in represent you. too as I
represented ni c h-jhs. I would like to
fo to the senate as a native Texan. arnl
am going. Name-horn sons can sneak
I as well as adopted sons and you are
i going to send rue. Of course I am nroud
t of the adopted sous but I want you to
I elect a native son this time" he con-
After speuklng nn hour and a half nnd
outlining other political views he con-
cluded and met the people of Ma "J. wh )
He was introduced by Represn tst ive.
A. M. Kennedy. At the train be was in:
by a delegation headed by Mayor I. L.
Samson who brni.ght with him a brass
band. A large number of Waco citixns
and practically thf entire corps of Mc-
Iennati county candidates came here ro
hear Colonel Wolters speak and to mingle
with the crowd.
Rawlins M. Colquitt to Marltn.
(Hou ttcm Post Specials
AUSTIN. Texa-. March 25. Kawllnf- M
Colquitt son of the governor left today
for Mnt!in for a brief vacation Poring
his absence the r Ujuitt campaign head-
quarters will be in charge of ( wear Od-
quitt a younger s. n of the governor.
COLD STORAGE BUILDING
B. A. Riesner Yesterday Awarded
Contract for Three-Story.
B. A. rtlesner NPSterday awnln! a
contract to t t VVenel for the con-
struction of tin story brick building
on ih' north oorinT of Common avenue
and Travis .Mtrcoi Th building will !
occupied by the 1 fsel-BollchiT com-
nnnv n-lilAunl.. :ilra in fruit anH
! produce for cold stnrajje urpnt. The
Bile or the bull. lint will he h1iM) f.t
The first prcond and third floors will
be constructed of onorete o hs t make
them fireproof The coat of the building
will be about $s; i0
Three Injured at Palestine.
PALESTINE. T.as Man-It 23. A
witch engine bunip.d Into the rear end
of tli northbound train thl afternoon.
Injuring Mrs. K. A. ICIIla of Jacksonville
and two uegroes Tha bump broke the
hot water pie!i in the rear cur. flooding
Hie floor. The injuries are nut very seri-
ous. .Mrs Josephine Tucker died Sunday
HKKIIINK cures ronatlpatlon and re-
atabllshea regular Jtonel movements
lrica Mc. Sold by all drug Is la.
iji il jjj fi 3 1
Its easy to attract attention to
for thousands of smokers who arc buying and enjoying Mexican
Commerce cigars today bought them long before 1906 and
always with that pleasing satisfaction that year after year they
get that same unifc i mild and mellow quality that has
become a ' Standard of Cigar Success" on the 5c market
It's easy to prove the years of success by spending 5c in
any first class dealer in cigars.
P. P. MARTINEZ - Dallas Texas
TO BE HEATED
Wednesday Night May Bring
Hcmio Decided to Consider Naval
ProgTam and Pnblic Buildings
Measure at Same Time May
Adopt Padgitt'i Plan.
(Houitcn Pott Stall Sftcuti.i
WASHINGTON. March 26 Tha call for
the caucus of house democrats to con-
sider a naval program was Issued today
but the situation .was complicated by the
Inclusion In the call of consideration of a
public buildings measure. The caucus is
set for Wednesday night. A heated flgnt
The agreement to Include public build-
ings was reached aft'-r careful consid-
eration by house lenders. A majority of
the house la opposed to the passage of
another "pork barrel" measure at this
session. This sentiment was crystallize.!
by the rivers and harbors bill and efforts
were mada then to head off the public
buildings advocates by taking care of
tham so far as possible In the water-
It is generally expected that the naval
program as outlined by Representative
Padgltt of Tennessee chief of the naval
affairs committee will lie adopted by the
caucus. This provides for one battle-
ahlp. one powerful battleship cruiser two
or more colliers and some auxiliary ves-
sels. Would Probe Insurance Business.
Representative Jackson of Kansas re-
publican urged before the house inter-
state and foreign commerce committee
today his resolution to investigate all
fire Insurance companies. Members of
the committee question' l the authority
of congress to order such an inquiry but
Oeorge H. Holt of Chicago manager of
the Policv Mcl.lors" union. Insisted that
It was neces?at If reuulntory legislation
were to be enacted by the States
Mr. Jackson said f.re Insurance com-
panies apportioned the I'nlteil States
among themselves and fixed rates that
were unscicntiTtc and virtually inoxplic-
"Then the companies actually hold the
country by the throat?" suggested Chair-
Practically." anld Mr. Jackson
The committee reserved action.
Basil for Prison Probe.
Congressman Jac k Beall has addressed
a number of inquiries to the department
of Justice relative to the financial man-
agement of the Federal prison at 1-aven-worth.
and It deiends upon this Infor-
mation largely what sort of an investi-
gation will be made by Chairman Beall s
committee on expenditures In the depart-
ment of Justice Mr Beall said today
that within the pas! ten years the lav-
en worth prison lias paid out over JltfU.-
000 to architects and he now wants to
know "why." It H very likely that he
will make a trip to Atlanta within the
next few days io look over the prison
management there and will likely Include
both nenllentlarn s In his future probing
Cattle Rates Held Unjustified.
The Interstate commerce commission
decided today tl.at Hie proposed increase
of 33 l-S per .-nr. in Hie transportation
rate on "feeder .aiile and sheep made
liv all of tlie Western railroads was not
Existing ra es in feeder" came are
approximately T.'. i r cent of the rates on
fat cattle The railroads contended this
low rate was a aratuitv" whioh they
could withdraw at will. The commission
declined h.iwier. lo approve the (in-
tention.' Corpus Christ! Will Have New Court.
Senator Cullierson reported favorably
todav from the Judiciary committee Rep-
resentative tlurner's bill creating a
branch of the I'nited States district
court with headquarters at Corpus
Christl. The measure will t-e passed
without further delay.
Would Deepen Channel.
In the senate today an amendment was
offered to tiie rivers and harbors appro-
firlatlon bilr by Senator Culberson call-
n g for a survey and report on Port
Hollvar and Bolivar channel to be ex-
Urniwd to lsjU U Utirty-flva (set.
1908 1909 1910
SLUMMING TOUR PARTICIPANT t;
TALKS OF FIGHT THAT ENSUED
S. Brown Denies Stabbing
feur Struck His
A ; i.r .Mi says lie did not stab Tony
I'etiei.a mil day morning In the rear of a
house at SH Hardcastle street. In a
statement made last night to a Post rep-
resentative he said that the charge of
assault with Intent to murder which has
been filed against liim In Judge J. H.
Crooker'a court was wrongly made for he
acte ; merely In self-defense BJid only
used tils lists as weapons
Iienena at his home 303 Maury street
is In a critical condition. He was stabbed
near the heart and while the wound will
probably not result seriously his condi-
tion yesterday was reported not much Im-
I The cutting occurred about 3 o'clock
I Sundav mornmg during an affray in
! which a number of Brown'a friends and
1 lienena's friends participated hrown lils
' wife and two other men and their wlvea
! composed a slumming party and the trou-
hlo was said to nave Deen causeu Dy
Brown refusing to ride In lienena's auto-
mobile which Brown said Denena wanted
to rent to him.
Following hi the statement mada by
Brown when seen last night after he
liad been released vn e50 bond;
"Saturday night my wife and myself
In company with a party of friends de-
cided to go slumming In the reservation
district. We hired a taxlcab and had
visited several places and had Just left
SI 4 Hardcastle street. We had decided
to return home and I went to the middle
of the street and asked a chauffeur what
he would charge to take us to town. He
owned a sum that in my opinion was
t.s) much and 1 started to a negro cab
driver standing nearby. My wife was
I with me and both of us turned away
j from the chauffeur. Just as I turned 1
saw something coming ana aoogeu. ne
had swung a blow at my head with a
blackjack and when I dodged it missed
(Continued from Tage One.l
me to be the clear demands of right and
duty. Such demands I have always met
at any cost of pride or oront and hope
1 will always do so. V. F. Kamse."
Judge Phillips' Record.
Judge Phillips the new supreme Jus-
tice la one of the most widely known
and popular lawyers of the Texas bar.
He gained Statewide prominence as dis-
trict Judge at Hlllslioro and has been
much of a public figure ever since. Sev-
eral years ago he removed to liallas and
In that city has built up a lartfe prac-
tice. He is a strong ieronal friend and sup-
porter of Senator .losi pli W Badey and
has always been 1iiiiiik the recent pro-
hibition campaign m 'I Was J.nlge I'hih.
lips though a local op! ion democrat
championed the ami side and dii. some
very effective caiwp.i.sn wor. The nt w
apixuntee is rt i kunc.l as one of the most
loquent men as a puOlic speaker in
Texas and one of the very b.mi of law-
yers. Justii-e Ramsey's rcsuina ; Uti ano- as a
distinct surprise at tfe lapito:. It lia-l
lieen tiu cooinioii ial'. fo" s.-wral days
ti.at lie nilfci.t alia'i.I..:i i In rj. e for gov-
ernor lnit appnr. i: 1 1 lut fee. i.ien ex-
pected lom l" resigi. from the lien !. The
fact that he is to l"-t:ill h:i aiup.l.iii tile
last of the month .iii.i that he ha.l plan-
ned lo be absent :iotu the cap.ol for the
most of the time between now and the
Julv primaries and the further fait that
the court of which lie is a member is
now somethine lie a year behind In Its
work. Is supposed to hu e formed even
too strong an argument for the Justice lo
witlistaml It Is known that sonic of the
Justice's leading supiHirtersj have been
urgtnK iiim to sucli a course in ieiw i.f
the pllA up work which he was about
to lea ii on the hands- of his associates.
It is pointed out. on tbe other hand
that his title formed the Judge's mainstay
tn the race and that be can nut hope tu
poll a very large vote at tue. forthcom
Tony Denena Stating a Chaufr
Wife With a Billy. .1
ma and struck my wife. I immediate!? '
turned around and saw that my wife bad v
fallen between me and the chauffeur. I '
could have lunged at him but would have)
stepped on my wife so I walked around" .
her. As I came within his reach the
ctiauffeur dealt me a blow with the billy-
which knocked me down. I got up flght-v:'1.
lng and knocked him dowm several times. -.
MiMin some of his friends came io bis as - '.
sistance. and seelngsoiiie of our party -.'.v.'
standing on a nearby gallery. 1 called i .
to one of the men for help. My friends
came running and when the chauffeur.-.
and his crowd saw them coming they .
ran around the house. We pursued thetnii-'
and tliat Is where a general fight occur j .
Fighting a Stranger. ' 'i
"I was fighting a fellow I had not ...
seen before and not the chauffeur. If bV:'.. ..
was cut I do not know who cut Mm fol' ...
none of us had knives; howsver they alvV
had knives. They had us outnumbered; ; j
and we were getting the wonit of the a
fight but I dealt a few good . blows. I :
heard one of my friends call out that'
he had been cut. and in just an Instant
the fellow who was stabbed fell to the
"Some one in a house had notified tlif -;.-'
police and they were on the scene short- . A
ly and I was pointed out as the man whr.. v
had stabbed the fellow. I never. cut any-'v-.1
body In my life and wish to say that ;
do not know who cut the chauffeur.
"I wish to state through the press tha!:V .-N
I received the most courteous treatment v5
from the police and that It was certain-" (
ly appreciated by me. At police beaul-v .'Ve
quarters the officers and the nrght chief '
proved to be true gentlemen and undee iv
the circumstances I received the very best . t-
of treatment. At the Jail the. treatment t.-j
was Just the same. The officers In .' '.
charge went just as far for my convent. v
ience as his duty would let htm antf. V
I feel none the worse for my one day s-
confinement." . 1 1
ing election running as a private cttfacnu
Kor this reason many of those in close .'
touch with the situation-are of the nplni v' V
Ion that he will yet withdraw from the! f
governor's race. In this connection It 1TVV
pointed out the justice's campaign speaks '''s'
kin dates are several days apart ant ' ' ;
there are those who presume that thk A n.
arrangement was made so as to give thtj i
candidate time to get his ear to. to"
ground In the different sections visited' v o
and feel out sentiment. If this in dui '
time Is found adverse it la predicted that' r
a withdrawal will lie made.
Justice Ramsey declined to say anyi " ;'".
thing today beyond his typewritten state- i
ment. -it- "'i
The Justice waa appointed to the bencb'V '
upon the resignation of Chief Justloa
Cialnes. Justice Brown waa elevated to? '' 't:';
the office of chief justice and J ustlc
Ramsey appointed in his stead. '' I
Mr. Ramsey at one time aerved as g . .
member of the Texas prison comiuisi ' ' J '
sion. . .'
1 A -
HKMPSTKAIV Texas March 20 Ura '
originsting from a defective flue laat V-A'
eteuing damaged the cottage occupied b"v;v
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