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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL.
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NOUKOI.K. NKUIvASKA. I-'UIDAY. I-M-JHUHAKV 1) ) 1912.
DEAD BODY O AR-OLD GOL-
DIE WILLIArv OVERED.
MURDERED BY MA . OF10 YEARS
LITTLE BODY , BRUISED AND MU
TILATED , IS HIDDEN.
KILLED HER WITH A CLUB
No Trace of the Man , Who Wns a
Stranger in Grand Island , Has Been
Found He Will Be Lynched If Poses -
! , es Now Hunting Can Find Him.
lirand Island , Nob. , Fob. 8. The
dead body of little Goldle WilllaniH. 10
vcarn old , was found at noon today in
n utunnt house In the northeast part
of town. It was covered with quick
liiuo , a quantity of which was in the
house , and ittrthor hidden by a door
which bad boon thrown over It.
Authorities do not expect to prevent
lynching should the assailant be cap
Little Body Had Been Mutilated.
The little girl disappeared Tuesday
veiling about ! i o'clock In company
with a man about -10 years old , who
wus u stranger here. When her body
wns found , it was horribly mutilated
and had been ravished.
Her captor had caused her death by
blows from his fists , her face showing
t ) < " marks of a horrible beating.
The body was discovered by William
Neil , one of the searchers. The house
in which he Jound It was not searched
yesterday because It was newly com-
" ' 'I'd and L'o'ot ' < > thought ot the ill-
lie girl being hidden there. The
search was this noon transformed
trcm one for the girl and her captor
to one for the captor alone , but it
li'M not abated in thoroughness or
Lynch Him If He's Caught.
Yesterday the town was canvassed
from house to house. Today posses
; ! making a hunt through the stir-
loundlng country , looking in every
Mirm house and outbuilding.
, All day and last night from the
time the fire bell brought out the citi
zens to join in the hunt hundreds of
people have ben patrolling the vicin
ity. It is believed certain that a lynch
ing will follow if the murderer is
Mute Evidence of Death Struggle.
The little girl's body was found at
1 o'clock this afternoon. A 2x1 club.
ovored with blood and with some of
th , > little girl's hair matted to it. told
nnnoly of ti , , . desperate death strug
gle made by the child against the ra-
The little girl disappeared with the
Mraiigor Tuesday afternoon. She was
luivd away with him on promise of a
pair of skates. They were last seen
that night at S o'clock.
The child1 ! ! parents are poor , but
iip'tiing will bo loft undone to appro-
lu-nd the murderer. A big reward Is
being collected. The great excitement
if yosterda1 ; is only intensified this
GOVERNOR OFFERS A REWARD
$2CO Authorized by Aldrich When In
formed of Crime by The News.
Yos. sir , 1 will offer a reward for
Hie man who killed that little girl , "
said Gov. Chester H. Aldrich in Nor
folk Thursdr.y afternoon , when shown
a telegram from Grand Island to The
Yon can say that I will offer a re-
waicl of ? L'00 as provided by the sta-
uit ' 8 of the state , and I will make it
omcial when I get back to Lincoln.
"The state of Nebraska will exhaust
very means to run this criminal
down and nothing will bo left undone. "
Arsenal Strike Collapses ,
navonporf , la. . Feb. 8. The threat
-'lU'd strike of the employees of the
Roi k Island arsenal collapsed today
> n cards were offered to a few em
i-loyees and were accepted.
ENTOMBED MINERS RESCUED
Greeted by Wives and Daughters As
They Emerge From Shaft.
Sutter Crook. Cal. . Feb. 8. The six
iy-two miners entombed In the Hun
ker Hill mine at 1 o'clock yesterdaj
by a cave-In In the mouth of the shaft
were rescued at 12 o'clock today afte
a night of desperate work by mlnen
from nearby mines. None of the met
wore Injured. They were greeted b ;
their wives and daughters as the ;
i nine out of the shaft with their candles
dlos still burning
DEWITT HUNTINGTON DEAD.
Former Head of Nebraska Wesleyan
University , Expires.
Lincoln. Feb. -Chancolor-IOmeri- -
dm Dowltt ( linton Iliintlngton of Wesleyan -
leyan unlveiHlty tiled hero this morn
ing of disease peculiar to old ago. lie
retired from active educational work
five years ago. Chancellor Huntington -
ton entered ( tie tencUIng profession In
Vermont In iS'io.
UNDER ARREST BY MONDAY.
Preparations , Being Made to Try Forty
or More Indicted Men.
Indianapolis , Ind. . Feb. S. Tenta
tive plans for the trials of UK * forty
or more men Indicted for alleged con-
pllclty in Ihr- dynamite conspiracy , in
ease pleas of not guilty are entered ,
wore dlst'ticsed by government offi
cials today. It Is the purpose to delay
the cases as little n.H possible. After
the arraignment before Judge A. P. .
Anderson bore on March 12 , the trials
probably will be sot for hearing some
time in May , with a view of disposing
of them before the summer Is over.
District Attorney Charles W. Miller ,
who has charge of al capiases and cer
tified copies of indictments which are
to be served on the defendants , was
still rotlivnt today as to the exact day
fixed for the arrests , although it was
believed the plan was to have all the
men In custody by next Monday.
King Frederick Is Better.
Copenhagen , Feb. S. The reassuring
bulletin as to the condition of King
Frederick was issued by the physicians
in attendance today. It says : "The
king had a quiet night. Tlie inflam
mation of the lungs is diminishing.
His majesty's general condition is sat
Discount Rate Reduced.
London , Feb. S. The rate of dis
count of tlie Hank of England was re
duced from -I to I'.1per cent today.
SERIOUS QUESTION WHETHER
HE CAN CARRY GOVERNMENT
Mexico Citj. Feb. S. "For no reason
will I change any of my ministers.
Tlie members of my cabinet are hon
orable men. They are patriots. I
ll not permit any of them to be
slandered as you are slandering
In these words President Madero
brought , to a termination an interview
sought by a committee from the anti-
reelectionist party which was at
tempting to persuade him to dismiss
from his cabinet the ministers of
war and interior.
The conference had proceeded
calmly up to the moment when the
spokesman of the committee , in re
ply to a statement of the president
that evil-miiided Mexicans wore aid
ing the rebels , declared that this was
true , and that moreover , the president
knew these men , because they wore
members of his own cabinet. The
president then peremptorily ended the
In line with this incident Alfredo
Robles Dominguex. one of Madero's
stauncbest supporters during the revcv
lution. publicly criticised the admini
stration yesterday , stating that in hit
opinion not the removal of the entire
cabinet could save the administration
The visit of the committee to Pros !
dent Madero was to interpret him in
regarding the source of supplies is
sued to regular troops and bartered
by them for drink and food , and in
turn bought up by the rebels. There
are stories of haciendados having fur
nished great quantities in return foi
immunity trom the robbery , but the
most serious report of all is that sup
piles have been sent from the govern
inent arsenal in the capital. Scores
of the president's most ardent supporters
ters of six months ago are speculat
ing on his ability to carry the countr ;
through the present crisis.
The element which is giving the
most trouble is that which followec
Madero during the revolution. Tliii
party charges him with not puttiiif
into immediate effect reforms prom
CONDITION OFJHE 1ATHEI
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours
Chicago , Feb. 8. The bulletin Is
sued by the Chicago station of thi
United States weather bureau give
the forecast as follows :
Nebraska Unsettled weather an
probably snow flurries tonight an
Friday ; wanner.
South Dakota Fair tonight and Fr
day , except probably snow flurries I
west portion Friday ; rising temper ;
Wyoming Unsettled weather tc
night and probably snow flurries t (
night and Friday.
E RULE BILL
FOR OLD IRELAND
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM SECURED ,
NO UNJUST TAXATION.
CONTROLS ITS OWN FINANCES
Features of Home Rule Bill Are An
nounced nt Belfast by Winston
Spencer Churchill , First Lord of the
llolfnst. Fob. S. Ri'llRloiiH troodoin
will be hocr.rod , a representation tan-
to all piirtie.In the Irish parliament
will bo guaranteed , luxes unjust to
any party will be guarded against and
Ireland will control Its own finances ,
under the tcims of I ho home rule bill.
These features were announced by
Winston Spencer Churchill , the first
lord of the admiralty , who outlined the
proposed measure for Iliu first time
Helfast , Feb. S. Winston Churchill ,
first lord of the admiralty , the chief
figure in today's home rule demonstra
tion , arrived this morning with Ills
wife at I be central station , and was
given n somewhat mixed reception. A
number of orangemen who bad gather
ed at the station greeted him with
groans and boos , but they wore
drowned In this hearty cheers of the
large crowd of liberals and national
ists. There was no disturbance , and
the largo force of police on duty in the
station had a very easy task to per
In the course of the morning a
crowd of unionists paraded the streets
carrying an effigy of Mr. Churchill , to
hich was attached a placard bearing
10 words :
"Down with Churchill. "
"No Home Rule. "
They proceeded to the hotel where
Ir. and Mrs. Churchill are staying ,
nd sang the national anthem , after
hich they dispersed without disorder.
There was no marked excitement
mong the workers of the city today
few small crowds , however , were
cattored hero and there , anxious to
eo the first lord of the admiralty and
0 watch the movements of the mill
nry. Rain fell the whole morning
lie football ground , where the meet
ng is to be held , is a swamp , and the
nttmttcd canvas iiiar'iuoo' ' li : whlcl.
Ir. Churchill Is to speak has sagged
breateningly several times.
For preserving the peace detach-
nents of police have been posted every -
vhere , and the troops are held in
eadiness in their quarters.
Matters took an ugly form when
ilr. and Mrs. Churchill started for the
mice where the meeting is to bo held.
V great crowd which had gathered
iiitside the hotel appeared Inclined to
'iish ' Mr. Churchill's motor car , and
riod to block its passage , but escort-
ng cars packed with detectives sue-
ceded in working a way through the
; roaning throng and got the Church-
11s safely away.
Mr. Churchill and John PJ. Redmond ,
he nationalist leader , reached the
nnrquoe safely. Their journey
lirough the streets was marked by
lothing more serious than outbursts
of groans and hisses.
To guard against any invasion by
bo unionists only ticketholders were
idmitted to the grounds.
Inside the marquee were effigies
icarlng the labels :
'Carson and Londonderry Turn
coats and Traitors. "
These swung from poles. Hodies of
nfantry and dragoons were stationed
1 short distance from the marquee in
eadiness for emergencies. The police
challenged every one who tried to
mss into the grounds. Occasional
> ands of rowdy youths marched by
ivlth banners bearing the words :
"No Homo Rule. "
"Down with Churchill. "
Picture Film Burns.
Neligh , Neb. . Feb. S. Special to The
News : A film burned at the Palace
theater last night , but an asbestos
cage prevented a fire.
55 HOGS BRING $4,425 $
Clarence Wallace of Wisner Sells 55
at $80.45 Average.
Wisner , Neb. , Feb. S. Special top
The News : Clarence Wallace , a prom-
(1 inent Duroc hog breeder four and a
half miles southwest of Wisner , owner
of Rlverview herd , held a sale of thor-
_ oughbred swine yesterday at which
fifty-five head netted ? 4-l2n , an average -
ago of $ S0.4"i. The top price was $350 ,
paid by William Moderow of IJeemor ,
Col. T. C. Callahan cried the sale ,
which was the biggest in point of aver
age price paid , held In Nebraska this
Hawalians Are Alarmed.
San Francisco , Cal. , Feb. S. Kuhlc
Kalanianaole , Hawaiian delegate In
congress , who sailed from San Fran
clsco for Honolulu , characterized the
increase of Asiatic population In Ha
wall as "alarming , " and said ho In
tended to use every possible meant
toward the enactment of oxcluslor
legislation. "Asiatics will hold the
balance of powers In the Islands In f
few years unless they are checked,1
ho declared "The school census alone
should give sufficient proof of this
These children are native born am
therefore citizens of the Unltet
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MYSTERIOUS FIND MADE BY A
STANTON COUNTY DIGGER.
S NOT "THE LITTLE TAILOR"
"he Mystery of the Sudden Disappear
ance of that Early Settler Has
Never Been Cleared Up Foul Play
Staulun , Neb. , Feb.UV. Special to'
The News : Ed Page , Adrian Stein-
iaugh , Victor Lemmll and Louis Mewis
'ere engaged In riprapping along tlie
lkhorn river near tills town. In the
'icinity ' of the mouth of Union Creek
: hey were engaged in digging a. hole
: o place an anchor. The crowbar that
Mewls was using to break the frost
came in contact with a white object
about eighteen inches below the suf-
'we of the ground , which the boys
'irst ' supposed wan a piece of white
ook. At the second blow , however , it
ivas broken and It was then dlscov-
3red that instead of a rock It wan a
liumun skull. Further exploration din-1
closed ( lie fact that it was the remains
of a white man , probably 5 feet G
Inches in height. How he came to be
buried hero or- what was his history
none of the early inhabitants know.
.Many of the old inhabitants at first
oncluded that this was the remains of
the long-lost "little tailor. " This man
was a Gorman and 'bachelor and disap
peared in the early seventies , and
while ho was well known as the "little
tailor , " his true name no one now ap
pears to remember. lie was one of
the early characters of the settlement ,
lie went from home to home and plied
his trade and supplied the clothing for
the early community. He was a man
of < iuite thrifty habits , and suddenly
disappeared , and it was generally un
derstood he had met with foul play.
The last definite information concern
ing him was that ho had been working
for Robert Keen , southwest of Stanton -
ton ; that he had finished his work and
started for the home of Hichard Oherg ,
whose residence was then about two
miles south of Stanton. He had on
his person about $600 in money. He
had announced his intention of re
turning to Germany , and had made ar
rangements o meet a number of the
old settlers in town the following week
to settle up nis accounts with them.
Mystery of "Little Tailor. "
Richard Oberg , who was one of the
first county commissioners of Stanton
county , was a hard drinker and was at
that time supposed to be hard up.
Oberg claimed that the "little tailor"
had arrived at his place the day he
left Robert Keens' , but that he had
continued on to the home of Christ
Selle. Whatever the facts are , one
thing Is true : that ho left the homo
of Robert Keen with over $ ( JOO on his
person , and he never arrived at Mr.
Selle's and was never heard of there
The following week his debtors came
to town to meet him , but the "little
tailor" was not there to meet them.
One of the old settlers , who desires
his name to be withheld , states that on
the Oberg farm at that time were two
wells , one a shallow one and one
which was dug to considerable depth.
The deep well contained the best
water , and a neighbor calling at the
Oberg farm shortly after the disap
pearance of the "little tailor" found I
that the deep well had been filled up i
with manure and they were using the >
poor water , and no explanations were
offered because of this state of affairs ,
and thereafter Richard Oberg purchas
ed a joke of oxen and team of horses
and paid cash for the same. Ho had
pro\iously been in straitened circum
stances , but in due time- , due largely
to bis habits of intemperance , Richard
Oberg left Stanton county and went to
the Hlnck Hills , where later he died of
Dr. t'nderberg , who is one of the
old settlers of the county , though very
young at the time he first came here ,
examined the skull which was found
on Union creek , and determined in
the first place that the man was not
a German , because the shape of the
skull was typically Celtic , which is
confirmed by the appearance of the
teeth and other indications which were
found , so that the conclusion follows
that the remains are not. those of the
"little tailor , " and that the mystery of
the "little tailor" has not yet been
HOUSE DEMOCRATS TURN DOWN
HENRY RESOLUTION ,
BRYAN SEES DEFEAT IN 1912
I By Adopting a Resolution Naming Fi
nance Committee to Investigate
"Money Trust , " Bryan Says Demo
crats Are Unfaithful to Public.
Washington , Feb. S. An Investiga
tion of the "money trust" was ordered
by the democrats of the house in cau
cus last night after the Henry plan
for a special committee had been de-
! featcd , llii to titi. The caucus then instructed -
[ structed the standing committees of
the house on banking and currency ,
I judiciary and interstate commerce to
! proceed with the inquiry.
I This action was taken after a spirited -
ited debate , a feature of which was
the reading of a telegram from Will
iam J. Hryan to Representative Henry
of Texas , who led the fight for investi
gation by a special committee. The
telegram was as follows :
"I regard the caucus on the money
trust Inquiry as a crisis. Its results
will largely affect our chances in the
coming campaign. Please say to any-
I one who values my judgment that I
am heartily with you In demand for a
special committee. There are many
objections to an investigation by reg
ular committees , but it is enough to
know that Wall street prefers regular
committees. Wo cannot afford to al
low accused parties to select the jury.
Success to you. If our party Is afraid
to offend the powerful financial inter
ests that have fought us since IS'JO we
cannot expect public confidence.
"William J. Hryan. "
The dfimocrats adopted the plan of
fered by Representative Underwood ,
the majority leader , as a substitute for
the special investigating committee
asked for in the decision submitted
by Representative Henry of Texas.
Sharp criticism of William J. Hryan
for his imputations that the banking
aiid currency committee of the house
leaned toward the financial interests ,
and the passage of a resolution ex
pressing confidence in that committee
characterized the debate.
A roll call , enforced under a now
rule , was made public after the cau
cus. Among those who supported the
Underwood resolution were Speaker
Clark , Chairman Fitzgerald of the ap
propriations coinmitteo < Clayton of
judiciary committee , Adamson of the
interstate commerce commission , Pujo
of the banking and currency commit-
tec and members of tbosn committees.
The Henry resolution was supported
by Representatives James of Kentucky
Hurleston of Texas , chairman of the
caucus ; Stanley of Kentucky , Moss of
Indiana , Riley of Illinois and the
Hryan democrats of the house.
RIVER IS A RAGING TORRENT
MANY PEOPLE DEAD.
BODIES ARE CARRIED TO SEA
An Estimate of the Number of Victims
of the'Floods in Portugal is Impos'
sible at This Time , But the Number
Will be Large.
Lisbon , Feb.8. The number of tie
thus of the floods in Portugal is noi
jot known but It will be largo. Larg
numbers of injured are being care (
for in hospitals in the flooded dis
The river Tngus Is a raging torrent
carrying seaway corpses and nierchaii
dise of all kinds. Many barges wliicl
were anchored In the navigable sec
Uon of TnfJUs were tnmk at the firs
onslaught of flood currents : wore swep
seaward witli a great mass of debrii
from the upper jmrt of tlie river. In
eluding uprooted trees and the bodloi |
of cattle and livestock. Crops llirougl
the flooded district are ruined and al
communication by wire Is severed
The chamber today voted $ . " 00.000 ti
aid the victims of the disaster.
Madrid , Fob. S. Serious , floods an
reported from all parts of Spain am
Portugal. Many rivers and smnlle
streams have overflowed their bank *
Inundating entire villages. All com
munlcation by rail , water or highwa
is interrupted and this fyct is preventing
venting the dispatch of In Ip to tin
S A NOTE
UNITED STATES TAKES INITI/
TIVE FOR CONCERTED
Washington , Feb. S. Secrotar
KIIOX'B note to Count von Hernstorof
the Gorman ambassador , just mad
public , is taken to be the preliminar.
of an expected exchange of notes In
tweon the United States. German ]
Great Hritain. Franco , .lapan and Rus
sia , which would be of immense in
portance in placing all those power
on record for concerted action an
an understanding in the protection c
the Integrity of China.
While the note is addressed to th
German ambassador , copies have bee
sent to all the other powers named.
"This unanimity of the subject c
concrete expression is aimed at in til
identical note presented by the repn
sentatives of France , Great Hrltaii
Germany , Russia and the Unite
States , simultaneously to the peac
commissioners at Shanghai on Dei
20. aii well as in the co-operative meai
ures taken for the protection of thel
common interests in China. The ai
vices received by this governmen
moreover , show that the other go1
ernments concerned have likewise ha
btmllar exchanges of view and tlu
official statements of policy to tli
name effect have appeared In the pul
lie press of various countries.
"It Is therefore evident to this go
eminent that all the powers have ute
to the present , by common consen
not only refrained from indopomlei
action and from Intervening 1
China's internal affairs , but have aced
od In full accord with their mutual a
hurancos thut they would respect lu
Integrity and sovereignty. If , ho\
e\er , contrary to all expectations , ar
( Continued on eighth page. )
JUDGE HOOK IS NOT TO BE AP
POINTED BY PRESIDENT.
AN ELEVENTH HOUR DECISION
A Concurrence In n "Jim Crow" Law
Is Said to Have Been the Incident
In Judge Hook's Career that Led to
His Being Scratched Off.
\\.isliiiiKlini , Feb. S.Dottpilo re.
ports thai President Tall lutd delei
mined to appoint Secretary Nagel tn
I lie miproiiic court bench , friends of
United stntPH Judge William C. Hook
today conlliuied their efforts In lib
Representative Anthony of Kansas
look to Hie while house today an ana
l\nls of Judge llooK'H opinion In the
Oklahoma "Jim Crow" ease. II was
I lull di > ( isioii which was nilil ; to have
eliminated .ftdge Hook from the presi
dent's lint .of possible appointees
Some Kansiins express the opinion in-
day ilni' ' Jrdgo llook'H "Jim Crow"
ease had been presented In Hie pros !
dent by Miose Irlondly to some oilier
candidate. Mr. Anthony said his ana
lysis uouli ! proRont to the president
a \ i < ' \ \ ol ( no ease.
Washington , Feb. S. The existing
vacancy on Hie supreme court , bench ,
the fifth that has occurred in tlu *
present iidmlnlHtration , probably will
lie filled by Secretary of Commerce
and Labor Charles Nagol of St. Louis
President Taft is expected to HOIK !
the nominallou of Mr. Nngcl to the
senate \\itliin n few days.
United States Judge William CHeek
Hook of Kansas , who until yesterday
was most prominently mentioned for
the vacancy , in said to have been elim
inated from' further consideration at
, an hour's session of the cabinet.
All the lawyers in the cabinet ex
cept Mr. Nagol were present , and after
ward It was learned that the presi
dent had made clear his intention of
appointing his secretary of commerce
Tills report was so generally cred
' ited that rumor was busy with a pos
sible successor to Mr. Nagel. Louis
Marshall of New York and Oscar Ro-
Hcnwald of Chicago were among those
wUp were mentioned.
it This Beat Judge Hook.
Judge Hook's iituiio waa scratched
d from the president's list almost at the
K'luvcnth hour. This action was said
to be due to bin cQiicurrciloo In a "Jim
Crow law- " decision In an Oklahoma
railroad case. Itoth the president and
Attorney General Wickershjnu are unj
.derstood to hold the opinion that
Judge Hook "went too far" in tills
case , and Secretary of State Kuox ,
Secretai'v ofVur StiniHon and Sccre-
j. tary of the Interior Fisher and the
other lawyers present at the cabinet
jj mooting evidently agreed.
II Mr. Taft's only known objection to
he appointment of Mr. Nagol is that
10 is ( ji ! years old , and although a law-
, ' of wide lias had
'or practice no judi
10 DENVER WOMAN IN RESTAURANT
PUTS WOULD-BE ROBBER
Denver , Colo. , Feb. S. A masked
jaiulil came to grief early toda > when
ieas bit h'quaroly In the face witli
a hot custard pie while he uas loot
ing the cash drawer in a downtown
restaurant here. The robbery occurred
about o'clock. Just an the robber
entered the place , Miss ! na Mouat , in
charge of the place at night , walked
forward from the kitchen in the rear.
; In each hand she carried a steaming
! liot custard pie.
"Hold up your hands , " demanded
. the robber.
"I won't drop tho.se pies for any vil
y , lain like you , " she said.
"Don't you move , " the holdup man
said , as he turned toward the caab reg
idof The soft part of the hot plo struck
of him squarely. The robber dashed
through the kitchen into a back alley
10 and disappeared.
Negress On a Jury.
of Spokane , Wash. , Feb. S. Dorothy
Coates , a negross summoned for jury
duty In the superior court hero , is be
lieved to be the first woman of her
race In the United Stlitos to have the
opportunity of serving on a jury. She
owns considerable property here.
DIGGING OUT 69 MEN.
They Talk and Joke with Rescuers
IV- Through Air Pipes.
id Sutler Creek , Cai. , Feb. 8. Rapid
at progress was made last night by the
lie rescuers working to clear the abaft
ib of the Hunker Hill mine near here ,
where alxty-iilno men were Imprisoned
IV' ' yesterday by the cavo-in of the shaft.
up The entombed men talked and joked
it , through the air pipes with the rescu
nt ers through the night.
In The cave-In was caused by the
breaking of the cable of the cage In
is the main shaft , which caused the col
iser lapse of the supporting shaft timbers
erw and the tolcano of the first earth , that
ny completely burled the entrance. None
of the men was Injured.
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