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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUIY 12, 1913.
RECEIVER FOR SHORT LIKE
ajarow Take Charge of Affairs
of Iowa Eallroad.
EONDHOLDEES GO ETTO COTJET
Wealthy Fnrmtrn II are Content A
Judgment for Three Hundred
Tbonmtnd Pollare on En
The Iowa & Omaha Short Line ftatt
road company was placed In the hands
of receiver yesterday by an order Is
sued by Judge Wheeler In the district
court In Council Bluffs. August F
Datnmrow, cashier of tha Treynor bank,
was made receiver and directed to Im
mediately tike possession of. all oC the
compinrB property. -The receiver was
asked for by the bondholder, who hotd
alt of the Issue ot first snort bonds,
The fact that It has been found t6 trt
Impractical to operate the road for the
last week or m6re and- that a bond of
only tl 9,000 was required to be filed by
the receiver. Indicates the great deprecla
tlon of the property. The bondholders
Include the wealthy farmers who have
confessed Judgment in the district court
for nearly $300.t00 upon note's endorsed
by them tp pay for the construction of
the road, which runs from Council
Bluffs to Treynor, a distance of twelv
'When the fanners secured loans of
airaetlcallv tHXj.Wb to take up part of
?hetr paper the' -'entire bond issue was
n their possession given as security at
the time the endorsed paper was riven.
The bonds bear date of June 10, 1900, and
nre In series of 200 of 1500 each. To ae.
cure their payment b trust deed cover
ing all of the property of the road was
riven to John J. Qplndler and Ernest n.
Hart as trustees. Following Mr, Hart's
death 'August F. Dammrow was seleotol
to fill the vacancy. Tha suit for a re
ceiver by Uplndler and Dammrow la at
the direction of ten other bondholders
and heavy creditors, all residing near
the village of Treynor. The ,LAna Con
struction company, W. M. Lapa and
Ceorge W, Adams are made defendants
with tha Short Une company.
The other plaintiffs are William Treda,
William Hue, B. Vplken. P. N, Bucks
doff, 'peter Kftthmanrt, Mrs, August
Olderog, Arthur 3, Baar, Thomas Flood,
A. I Ingram and J. Hersch, They ask
.Judgment for 1 178, W0 and Interest and
costs. The bonds were to draw 0 per
cent Interest and to be payable In IS 11.,
As the road has hover made operating
expenses no Interest was ever paid,
The Wad connects with the Omaha &
Council Bluffs Street Railway oompany'i
line to the Iowa School for tha Deaf.
There have been rumors that there was
a probability ot the street ear company
jetting control of the property.
BEATRICE TO STRENGTHEN
ITS BASE BALL TEAM
BBATRJCK, Neb., July lt-fSpestai).-
A young twlrler named NeumaMi, who
halls from Shlckley, Neb,, wm seat to
Tem yoteet,, manager1 of the SeeraM saw
bait team yesterday fay the Beatrice man
ageenent. wfileh take oyer the elue net
Mfcuman la said to b' e. eemer. eeia.'wtll
:to iaVta a txyuL)wHh,th tea... ArfstW
rpHthe y- the Mm oClearrkeMek'.kJ
sear swes. The HttKewemt
1 fWJo atfetahnFtieVie,
h as near me me he,cjKsJ9
before nte seas closes.
' The ilrsi- ) will be ptayeJfyertf with
HaUtew MK sm .' It will b a double
MAN K FLlED. BY TWISTER'
At HERSHEY NEBRASKA
HJHSUET, Neb., July lt-(Specita.)
A eMail tomato passed over this .portion
of (Lincoln county lata Thursday after?
jioon, doing considerable damage ;to vil
lage and firm property. A, Wtckstlon. an
agffl man, was killed by Ilyln; debris.
Two hay warehouses and many small
building were blown down.
K4y to tha Situation Bee Advertising. ,
Secretary Oarrlftoa w4t start We4ae
day m a tour or Inspection of amy poeU
in the Unite Mates. -
Wsoeei wetMug " sealtieas od vaea
tloaa 9 ore ietvelvea I a strike
vote, now being taken among the 1,17
tiieejrew aewnor m wnten a
Twe seats were pM4 fer sale en the
new wc excMMft yeeteMay,
Oh u seM i&t m.m. Tivla 1 Uu low
est prtee 9 record and le than t&
Etchi ofrteklii in the Alberta roveriv
MieDt kurf titlea ontee at Calvary were
meeted yesterday following tha dlsos-
jteorosM ef Iotm sums of money durlag
a Prua iroin uw u we preseau
Gntrovrrt' over the poetoftlce at
Oalneevllle. Oa,w was oettted yesterday
wnen tne senate connnneu m nomina
tion at Mrs. II. W- J. Ham. to suocted
Mrs- Helen D. lragstroet widow ot .the
ceaf ederate general.
Mr. John If. 'Martin, & wealthy widow
of New Tork, was robbed in Paris lost
evening ot Jewelry valued at 8,030 at
hiur ltotsl ott the Place Vendonte. Th
$twMwere taken from a table In her
tuite while she was dressing for dinner,
By a decision of the California rAUroad
cemmlssrion made public yesterday the
state takes -uUf luelf the power .to reg
ulate the rates of steamship companies
plying over regular routes from one Cali
fornia Port to another, even though the
ante maktpe ue tripa traverse the
The supreme ceurr of Cuba last night
found lndlctmenu azainst Qeneral AsberL
governor of Havana province and ftepre
tentative Arise on the charge of homl
aide, aest-oH firearms and reels-
Unco to authority. The Indicted men ore
held resDonstbte for tha kllllnr of Qeneral
Armando .Kivo, ealet of the Cuban na
A reeolutl4n svovldlng for a commluion
61 twentyvOve mett-bera to uke chargo
of raising, by wbsertptton a 5i.G9S.WO en
4owment for a idttional treseareh and ael
entitle feundattoa tuBd for dentists was
adopted at the annual eonvanUon ot the
National Petttal aseociatton at Kansas
Chairman -Henry of tie hQueo committee
on rules yesterday told a delegation ot
woman suffragists, headed by iirs. Helen
qardener, the authoress, that the com
mittor would g4ve tkem a hearing next
December o the question ot adding -a
committee en woman suffrage to the
Handing eonwnUteea of the house.
failing to fix its" own purenoae prieea
in Its attent t6 buy Independent film
tielMJWM. tne so-called motion metare
trust retoHated by caneeUng film euly
:ontrabts with thesa. according to evi
imtm iatrodueed yeeterday in the gov
ernmeat'a dissolution cult osataat tha
MetlM Pieture Patents company, aeneral
. .sWelee-y '4en of Um Beetartment of
XbyteVay eoetfer wj nn
' tenasce of way tmmrM ot western, rail
ways -reradb-g tbe inetwMon of th
u-sioos etr. tne ending amondwiwa
to toe tUimn arWioMlon act Tw
now affoeta only em4oyea ootivcly en
in tho traMwts)iB of interstate
JOHN A. SU'ANSON, Trea.
VM. L. HOIiAK, 0?rea8,
Sniashing Reductions-Finest Hand-Tailored Fashionable Suits
Men's and Young Men's
From World's Bsst Makers
Men's and Young Men's
S U rT S--
On Sale at Lpvtrest Frjces
The New Nebraska's
First July Clearance
The Signal That Shrewd
Buyers Have Waited For .
Thousands of Buits taktm from our regular lines are now on sale at extraordinary clearance prices. The best pro
ductions of Bochester, N. Y., celobrated wholesale tailors. Evory suit in this sale was made to conform to our high
quality standard and represented $5,00, $7.50, $10.00 moro solid value at regular prices han others offer.
Wonderful Variety of Suits To Choose From
You'll find all sizes in this sale regulars, extra sizes, shorts, stouts, slims. .Immense rango of new Engisl, semi-
English, Norfdlks, 2 and 3-button sack.and soft roll styles. ThQ latest weaves, hundreds of now mid-season ideasT Blue
serges, cheviots, cassimores, worsteds, homespuns. Hair linos, pin stripes, etc. The greatest selection of strictly now
styles you over picked, from at such extremely low reduced prices.
Thousands of Suits in Three Great Q roups
Conveniently Arranged for Easy Choosing As Follows:
1 Men's and Young M's
! $15 and $18 SUITS
St m m
and Young Men's 1 1 Men's and Younr Men's I
$20 and $25 SUITS I f $30 and $35 SUITS i
1 S-4 .75
$30 and $35 SUITS
V w -
I II II
Share in this exceptional opportunity to securo high class clothes at remarkable reductions. Positively none sold td dealers.
lTfvWI Iwl PfWSwwHwVwII '"'wfffl
FIRST JiLY CLEAMR6E
GREAT SALE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ESS
Men's Underwear Sale
ItXKN'S $1.50 TJJWDEWHAR at 50c
Wo have Bssombled In one great lot all our
fine Cooper Spring Neeflla Lisle Thread and
Mercorlicd Shlrto and Drawers. All sills
trimmed and stiictly hand finished. Oar.
menu in mis jot sola as high j
ae 3.iM a suit. Qiearanoe
price, sar garment.
Saturday at. .-.
50o and 75 &t 25c
All bur staple Rockford and French Balbrlg
gan and lisle thread shirts and drawers that
sold at SOo and 76c. Plain and fc mm
fancy celors. - 'JUIY OLKAS- mJk Bmmi
ANQB PRICE at MWtBFv'7
each . .)' v- v , v .
n)fJ( TTP fm il 7K TIKIOV STTTTS at
i;ot qulole, elearkce we havv placed In one great lot many of out Standard brands
o( fine Union Suitsflem or white ribbed Balbriggan hnd lisleja any proporr
tioa, long or short sleeves, also extra fine quality of imported gfk. 4 ,a, mm
Nainsook. Very sheer and cool fabrics. Stylos that sold at 9s I , 1 Sji
Sli50 81.75, Clearance Sale price at w
Man's 7Bo Union Suits at 4.0c
$125 and $L60 XJnion Suite 85o
Saturday we will otter In ono great lot
the short ends of our 11.25 and Sl.oO
grades o Nainsook:, Poroskntt. Balbrig
gan, Hale 'thread UNION SUITS in
white and Egyptian, all fj
desired styles. and propor- f Q G
tiona at. ,',....... w
A epocjal lot of men's good quality rib
bod lisle ' finished Balbriggan UNION
SUITS, mite or Egyptian color. Ath
letic cut or half sleeve. m 44
Regular 75c quality. U G
nionraneo Halo nrica ,bbT
:tJ0c NEOJKWBAR AT '
ytfr havq pieced on ohe counter
hundreds of patterns of .oui" regi.
ular SOo qualities of beautiful.
npoKwear, ;ogetnr wita many
new ana exclusive nat-
terns. None worth less
than 50c Clearance
' cale price. ., , ......
50c WASH TIES AT 23c
100 dozen men's beautiful new wash
able tie. Oat frorn exclusive pat
terns front the foremost m
manufacturers, all are ha
regular SOo dealgns. Clear- jiuu
anco Sale prioe
25c NECKWEAR AT 15c
All our 250 all silk ties In reversible
ana open snapee Juiy 1S
Men's Shirt Sale
. MEN'S $1.00 SHIETS at 65c
Hundreds of extra fine hand laundered negligee or
pleated front French percale shirts made by one
of thel fororaost SHIRT MAKERS of the country
lURuicr wiia an our oroKen tots 01
STANDARD DOLLAR SHIRTS.
Always sold at 11.00; Clearance
KIN'S $1.50 SHUtTS jat 95o
All of our Standard brands, f susiner shirts in
starched -or London cuffs, negligee and pleated
'fronts; hundreds of beautiful new pat- jsrba mm
terns, of the finest materials. Madras, mJk sv A
percales, etc. 1.50 qualtJftK re- .SMMm
duteii to.- w
. MXN'S $2.00and $2.50 SHIKTS at $L35
We.have placed in tw great lots all of'our beautiful new Excello
Monarch, FaulHeas and Empire Bhirts. Pleated or plain fronts,
starched and soft cuffs, light and dark colors, 82.50 and
82.00 qualities, at
) ' i n .
11 aBBBBBssm A mmmm II
50o SILK HOjSE at 25o
A special ot of men'o puro
throad silk hose with double
h&els and toea, aUo spliced
sole. Black, tan,, navy and
Searl. Many fancy designs.
Ivery pair good, valua at
50c. Special sale, 4Kb
Mttt'i 15cH03ie, IQo
Ipeoial lot of Men's good
auallty seamJeM cotton and
lisle thread hose in black or
tan, light sheor weight or
the good heavy wearing
kind. Regular 15o
grades., Sale price. .. I wm
Clearance Sale price .......
All Straw and Panama Hats
at Reduced Prices
50o BELTS, 25c
Flno leather belts, itt.bl.acTt
J or tan. In calf, seal, gram
..and Din seal, with fancy
rpearl trimmed buckles. Made
to sou at 50q. Sole
25c BELTS, 15c
All our regular 25c grades of
men's godd leather belts,
many styles of leather and
buckskin. Boys and men's'
sizes, two colore. Re- Ci
duced to., ......... . S f
AH gl.OO Straws.. .. 75c AU $3.50 Panamas $3.75
All $1.50 Straws. .$1.10
. .... AU $5.00 Panamas $3.05
All $2.00 Straws.. $1.85 ' ? : '
All f3.ee Siraws. .$1.85 AU a' ranamas $4.35
All $g.6 B-aws..$a.l5 AM $7.50 Panamas $5.85
JOHN A SWANSOM.fwcs.
WM L rKM.2MAN.TiK a..
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS.
STORE HOURS: .
Aen till;9 P.'M. Sat
urday. Closes pther
- days at 5 P, M. dtfring
July and August.
'Fromf Our Near Neighbor
-. WeeBinis Water., j., ,
A saa was born to Mr. and. Mrs. C.
Hansen June &
Mrs. La Verne lUehl of Kansas City U
vlelUag relatives here.
Oyron Baker and wire are vnmnf (wty
Dakef a relaUves in 'SVolbaek, Neb.
Mtsa Maude MoNamea is visiting hr
brother. Arthur, and family in VUs
Mra. IV E, Bargent Is nUrtaimng rec
nelee. Mildred Woodcock ot Dee
The body of Cortrade A. Beach will
arrive from Omiise, Cl, tor burial hera
Mr. and Mrs. Mote Card and daughter
are vlaltlnf! his parents fir twi weeks
in Logan, la. , ,
Dutlno the tkunder stocm Jast )nnity
nteht Hehtnlna billed two hcreea -owned
Ijy Jlarry Doty.
a j. iias ana -wire 01 uraKmon. no..
have been vUlttni here and In the vUlatty
for several days.
Mrs, John U Johnson and two sons ot
Herman. Neb., are vlslUns her pHrcnl.
Pr. and Mrs. Butler,
K. SUtnour went to Excelsior fiprLua.
Mo.. Thursday lor a few weeks' treat
meat for his health. '
X. 1. suiaton was a naeaeno'er 'Wednes
day for Anoka, Neb., near which place
his raneh Is located. '
Jessie Davis went to Mitferd Thursday,
called there on account ot th elcpii.s
02 her son-ln-law. W. V, OcU'.
Mrs. F. E. Thome Is enjoying a lltlt
from her sister. Mrs. . J. A. . Osbom. of
West Point, Minn., srrivinK xutmy.
Clark B. Kewlon and sister, Katie, left
Tuesday, t&t a ten to. tvelv.week trip
liwausn tn woatem swiee w ine oaau
11 r. andfra. Lee Marx hall of Brighton.
Ceteu auteed through Nebraska and are
vianng his parcnu, Mr. ana t a
Mrs. W. W, Davis. Mrs. A- H- Jones
and Miss Beeeie Vattdenbum left here
Wednesday lor Denver. Colo,, to visit
relatives and friends for a raw woks.
1. W. Teejmrden lad riaUghttr, Jn
ette, Mlf Praee Teecarden, l p. Wol-
tamtly enjoying the campanlonehlp ot
'oott and family and Dr. tt, Uhannoa
and rainiix leit here. wnufiUY--
noWaPark. Ia.. tor an mUn -X everai
ue.ys, 'Aiiey iraveie m uijiH""-"
Mrs. Nichols of Chicago Is a uot at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Cbarjea
Un Ram Houston returned to her home
afpenver Motday, alter a visit ot sev
Howard rDooklnss had one ot his fin
gers nearly cqoppen oIJ tiie other cay
y a hatchet In the hands ot a com.
It. C. Houston went to Minneapolis and
Duluth this wk to hava a little outlna
alonK with a number ot other trleuda in
me lumoer ana coal iraoe.
Deputy County Treasurer F. W. IMUen
and wife left on Tuesday tor uiaajtton.
r. r., ior a six weeics- vim wun rela
tives and with the family ot their eldest
son, who lives at Tarrytown.
A number ot babies have arrived In this
vicinity the last week. Including boys to
Henry QolU Laban Itoblnson and Will
Drury and slrla to Clarence Smith, and
Mrs. Charles Petersen and eon ot West
Palm Beach, Pla., arrived Tuesday art
ernoon for a vlt with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J, K. Hancock, and with other
relatives. Mr. Petersen expects to coma
up a. little later ou to enjoy a look at
iiurt county crops.
Farmers are very busy this week cut.
Unr winter wheat The wheat on the
bottoms farms east of Tekamah is
somewhat spotted and will not yield ao
well as lest year. The wet weather In
the spring had a bad effect on that
class 01 farm land.
Tekamah's Hoard ot Education has en
gased Mtsa Bmma Uridses ot Omaha to
teach the sixth grade and Miss Thlelke
of Omaha to Instruct In music and draw
In. WllUbm Richards ot Sloan, la., has
been chosen as the teacher In math,
matlca in the high school department.
O. B. Lwls and wife hava been having
a visit from a number ot their children
the last week. Their son. Dtft, and
family are here from Oakland.. CX. and
their daughters from Uncoln and Lyons
were also with the local members or the
Joe CStesek waa an Omaha visitor on
Thursday and Friday, , -
J. P. Bpearman of ' PaplUlon waa In
town last Wednekday,
J. Mackland and family epent Friday
and SatUMay In Omaha, '
Mr. ahd Mrs, X AtOlbb0is Visited-it
Benson Sunday and Monday, it
Mr. and. Mrs.. Fred Martens are- the
parents ot a fine baby born, last week. ,
Mrs. j. K. Tate and Miss Clara Tate
went to Wahoo Thursday in an automo
Mrs. O. H. Baldwin.' Ji, went SatUiuoy
to Missouri to visit er relatlvua for irme
Mr. and Mrs. Uenry Homan billed
several daya here lut Wv with rta
Mrs. John Qreggersbn returned Monday
from Berlin. Jai, whera she visited the
last month. '
ins a.'VUltw lUt Mrs. Clark's, brother cf
Mr. and Mrs, ylIllam Hauea and taty
ot Columbus. Neb.,' visited last tuncy
at the Bay and Nolle, homo.
Mrs. Anna McOrew :(t Thursday for
her old, bonis in renneytnajli, hua ex
pects to be away bsat tlx woeks.
Ella Doerson returned Thursday from
the western part ot the state where she
has been employed In a drug store, -.M.r.-
Odenrlchs and daughter. Mrs.
n imam Foita ot Nebraska. City vleiitd.
Jey nome oi 4, v. lous-
Mre. B. E. sterrloker. her daughter
iiartha, and grandfather gterrleker.
Fourth.1 a on the
nnd art the fcueats qf Mr. and Mrs. H.
Tha Misses Aim. Culver unit' Mvrtla
Walker of Council Bluffs were the guests
ui cuss Aiuiu iijawig r.aay.
, Mr. and Mrs. W, JfTPlammer of Beth
lehem, Pa., are the guests ot Mr, C. U.
Mohr and other friends this week, N
JjlM Fern Marshall of Lincoln Is
guest ot Miss Vera McVcy this wee
Mrs. O. X. Pfeiffer was an Omaha pa,
senger Monday morning.
Dtlmar McCann Mturniid liama Inst
weeH from a protracted visit into Mon
tana. Mrs. Uoscoe Ludwlg came over from
Reek Valley. Is., Saturday and will
visit home folks,
. Misses Margnret and Bather Fteper ot
Loa Angeles, CaL, arrived last Thursday
O. K. Lewis.: Who Has Men vlslilnr hli
son Is Council JUutfa for a tew weeks,
returned hcuno tha first ot, the week.
The Mioses Josephine and Ida Dhboze
came up from Crete laet week and are
the.gyeats Of their sister, Mrs, B. F.
Cook. . - . '
Miss Nora Craven departed a abort
time ago for her home In Kansas, where
she will visit her mother for two or three
Mrs, Mae CoUrell and Miss Louise
Smith departed Tuesday for Roseburg,
Ore. They expect to be gone about six
The fountain for the city park ar
rived last week and on the morning of
the Fourth it was placed In. the basin
provided for It and the water turned on.
It Is , ot bronze and reprcsenta a stork
standing on a pedestal. Its beak forming
the nosxlo through w.hloh the pater
B H. J. Jungbluth, an old resident ot
this place, waa 'killed In an automobile
accident last Wednesday afternoon. He
and his two sons, daughter and daughter-llV-law
ware out riding and in going over
a raJlrood bridge eoutheast of town they
met a trajn and in turning out went
down the embankment With the result
that Mr. Junsbluth was killed and tone
eon badly hurt, while the rest sustained
tillsht Injuries. Mr. Junsbluth waa born
in Germany In ISB and came to this
country in 1SR.
Charles Thompson of Omaha was In
town the first of the week.
Frank Compte, Jr.. Is golnr to' Cherry
county by motorcycle next Saturday.
Springfield is promised electric lights
as soon an the Interurban. reaches here.
Arch Cockerill came home from Omaha
for a tew days to paint his father's
Mrs. Fred Buckner waa taken to
Omaha Sunday for an operation for ap
pendicitis. Ross Bates left Tuesday for Boise,
Idaho, where he expects to commence tho
practice ot law.
The eitiscna of Springfield met Tuesday
night and mart a arrangements tor their
annual picnic in August. The date will
o announced later,
M N, J. Christiansen returned Jaet week
from South Dakota, where he has been
tor three months.
Roger Oelb and Norman Lovell. who'-
aro attending the Peru Normal, were
home lor tho Fourth,
Misses Wanda and Opal Besack. who
are attending the summer school at Uni
versity Place, were home over Sunday,
W. E. Miller, accompanied by hli
grandson. William Miller, left Tuesday
by auto for Cherry county to see Ills
sons, Gray and John.
The farm known as the Lester Anson
place sold at auction Thursday, bringing
3 per acre. This tarn sold a year ago
tor tfii per acre.
Will Be no Election
(From a tSatt Correspondent)
LINCOLN, July H.-Spe,clal; While
others are worrying- over the question gf
whether there will be an election In
Nebraska this year, dovernor Morehead
rtuletly announces' tba as tar as he Is
concerned there' will .be none and that
he will Issue no election proclamation, '
Tha old law declares "that'a convention
ot the different pollfifcat parties shall be
held on the last Tuesday in July pt each
year. This wilt fall on the 28th.
The new law passed at the last session
of the legislature referring to the elec
tion ot supreme judges, which Is the
office of most Importance which would
have been filled this year, says:
"At the geaeral election, to 'be held In
the year 1SH nd each fix years there
after, thereshall be elected a chief Jus
tice of the supreme court 1 at the gen
eral election to be held In 151S And every
six years thereafter there shall be elected
tare Judgea ot the supreme court and
at the general election In Ult and sis;
years thereafter there shall be elected
three Judges of the supreme court, all of
whom shall hold their office for six
The new law goes Into effect before a
convention can be called or ,ati: election
held. . : .
The Pennsylvania ---railroad bag pur
chased a battery Jocqmotive .tor yard
work at ita Altoona shops. '
lupiis Worst Fcrai .
of Skill Diseases
Herd is a Home Treatment
that Overcomes even
Worst Cases. , ' -
&Bpaa or any otJter 8Uk Dlaeaaa rtD
co smtklas; Away if .70
' b 8. B. B.
A tiny pimple spreads to the elda ot
the face and often covers the cheeks
and bridge of the nose it is rery de
structive to the tissues ot the skin. No
external treatments will overcome It.
as the cause of lupus la from Impurities
tn tho blood supply. The only known
method of cure h to get the blood sup
ply under the control of S.-8, a. tha
famous blood specific Its action Is
o.ulte remarkable, and. has direct Influ
ence upon the network of small Hood
vessels and glands in the skin.
Not one drop of minerals or drugs la
used in its preparation. Ask for a a a
and insist oipon having it. For Illus
trated book on skin diseases write.
The Bwlft Bpeeina Co.. 1SS Bwlf t S&l
VtH' 1)0 not ow soma
jealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere
in eloquence over something "just as
g" a. a & a Beware otaU .ubs"
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