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You'd Do It Too, Would'nt You? If You Had
ycf Tift $
ROURKE PLAYERS REST UP
But the Rest Was Forced Upon
Them by the Weather Man.
NEED OF PRACTICE EVIDENT
Battera Arc .ot (Irttlnir (lie 4'limioV
Ther Xretl Agnliist Swift nulla
rnr rltPhiT Until
Monday itan a bad day (or Pa's atli
letes. The weather was unfit for publica
tion anl when the weather Is In such
condition It must necessarily go I ird
with all athletca who are" anxlouii to
enter the fray. The player reported at
the ball yard Monday morning and Mon
day afternoon, but the workout was far
Beyond a few motions and playing
pitch and tons nothing was done. Of
course the athletes pranced around the
park before hlkinc to the clubhouse, but
most of the ieal work consisted of the
scathing and heated remarks directed
toward those who furnish the weather
around theso parts, Komo of the youna
eters who are not as careful with their
whips aa might be wise cut loose n bit
Monday regardless of tho cold, but tho
old spava never twisted a muscle and all
thrown balls were of the rainbow variety,
Johnny Qondlng and Pa It burke afe
becoming very much peeved with the
climatic conditions. The exhibition of the
athletes Sunday, while not discouraging,
was displeasing. dondlmr hopes to have
a spell of' good weather soon, so that
the pitchers can use a little speed and
put a little hop on the 'ball without fear
of Injury, both for the pitchers' sakes
and for tho batting practice. The players
need more batting practice and while
they can hit the floaters fairly welHhey
were almost helpless Sunday bofore tho
speed and twists of the -Lincoln pitchers.
Pa. demands good batting averages for.
his players and the only way to get them J
started I to- hive lot of practice. - j
Taft Says There is
No DeaHor Oubs On
CINCINNATI, O., March !0.-Charles P.
Taft, owner of the controlling Interest In
' the Chicago National league club, today
denied a report that 'no had been negot
iating with Herbert 8. Mills of Chicago
for the sale of his Interests In the club.
A local attorney, who claims he Is repre
senting Mr. Mills, was authority for the
statement that he had taken the sub
jects up with Mr. Taft, but the latter
said that while he liad placed a price on
his Interest In the Chicago club, no one
had as yet seen fit the give tho price.
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
TO RECEIVE LETTERS
Coach Mills of the Omaha lt;gh school
has decided that he wilt awurd the let
ters to the membero of tho foot ball and
basket ball teams. The awardment of
Oa will take place In the school audi
torium, and It Is expected that tho stu
dent body will all attend and show tholr
appreciation for the work the teams have
Tho men receding fhe letters for foot
ball are tho following:
Mark Hushes, Kllswottli Moser.
Charles (Jardrpce, James Gardner,
Herbert Itecse, , Herman Hart,
Leo Kline. Roy Plate.
Mens Berry, Harold Kelly.
Paul Batrd. Wallace Gerry.
Perry Single. Lyman Phllllpa.
The men receiving letters In basket ball
r the following:
James Gardner. Itoy Platz,
RduraM Ralluutn. Paul put
HYDRO-BULLET WINS THE
OPENER IN WATER RACE
ST. AUGUSTINE. Kit.. March SO.-The
southern championship speed boat races
for JH opened today. The first event,
a half-mile trial against time, was won
by the HydroBullet of Chicago, which
traveled at a speed of 419 miles, an hour.
Carl C. eDakln Is the Hf dro-Bullet'a
The first heat In the contest for boats
of the twenty-foot class, six' laps 'over u
two end one-half-knot course, was won
by the Oregon Kid, owned by 8. K.
Brock of Portland. Ore. Tie winning
boat was not pushed.
CHI CUBS OVERWHELM
EVENSVILLE, TEN TO NOTHING
EVANSVHXK, Ind.. Msrah M-The
Cbk-ago National league ball club 'shut
out the Evansvllle Central league team,
10 to 1. today: Score: rt.H.K.
Chicago 10 9 S
Bvantvllle 0 4 2
Batteries: Zabel and Hqrgraves: From
iolt, Seeker and Hauser. -
Sox Hurler Sold.
CHICAGO. Mareh W.-Clarenco Smith.
Pitcher, today was sold by the Chisago
Arlcans to the Venice club Of tho Pa
F.'fl?. cSa,t !" Smith came to th
Wjjite Box last spring from tho Blrmlng
ham club of the Southern league.
IMajyrra Presented tu AVIUon.
.VrA1H.I.5i"0T0N- J,Mcl ft-BPreent-Orlf
fin today presented the players
of the . Brooklyn National league base ball
club to President Wilton.
TW6 fNVra?. L
Goes H'OOT 'lH
Important Ruling to
Minor Players Made
CINCINNATI, O.. March 39, -A decision
of Iniinjitancc to minor league players
was made today by the National Base
Ball communion In the claim of George
C. Young, who asked the commission to
reverno the decision of the National
hoard's tllsttllownnco of bin claim to be
droit, red a free agent. The commission
granted the player's request.
Ynunir was released last fall by thn
Cleveland club to Toledo, O., which later
desired to relcano him to another league
and gaco thu Charleston, W. Vn., club
an option on his services n a catcher.
According to previous findings this option
should have been exercised by February
1, 1914, but the player did not receive a
contract until February 25.
The commission holds that the failure
of tho Charleston ctuh to tender n con
tract to Young by February 1, cancelled
Its Tight to hla ncrvlcod and gives the
player liberty to contract with any club
ho may elect.
Niehoff 's Home Run
Scores for the Reds
NKW Ofll.UANS. March r.-The local
Southern association team outplayed tho
Cincinnati Nationals today and won, 4 to
2. N'ehoff'a homo run In the second,
scoring Iloblltjtcl ahead of him, gave the
vis'tors their only runs. Scoie: It.ll.E.
Cincinnati 4 2
.New Orleans , 5 q
Batteries: Johnson, rtowan, Clark and
Gonzales! Wnllier, Wilson. Adams and
Dallas O'lub is Victor
u.i,i.as, Tex , MHrch co:-By outliltthig
the Pittsburgh Nujtonnl leaRucra here to
day. rjallaa of the Texas league', won a
slow game. 6 to 2. McQuillan was knocked
from Hie box. Score: n.H.B.
I'liiHuurgn 2 4 o
Dnius 1 10 a
tllbaon; Iluneke and Menefee. "'a "
Giant Regulars Trim
the Houston Team
HOUSTON. Tex., March SO.-The New
York National regulars' defeated the
Houston Texas Icaguo team today. S to
3. Score: i n m
Houston 3 3
New York .......... 5 6 2
utterles: Ilanaml and Kitchens; Tos
reuu, Hern und Meyers.
Cobb's Batting Eye
Still in Good Trim
M MM PHIS, Tw.il.. March 30.Tv Cobb'a
hitting, two singles, a double and a triple I
out of five tlntea at bat heloed te, f
Detroit Americans win from Memphis of
tho Southern leaguetoduy. 6 to I.
METROPOLITAN LEAGUE v
1. . . . . r- I
Bon ling started last night In the Met-
ropolltan tournument. All games In the! solely In trade between ports of North
Commercial league are, postponed for the land South America, or both, and duly reg-
wceK. Tonight Jetter'n Old Ago
the Brodcgaard Crowns will roll,
Five men teams:
Peta Loch'a :.. '
Pender All. Stars ....
Btlne and Hoffman .
L,ytie and McDonald .
J Teal and McKay .....
.noou una iucs
imuui ana qusrsoil
Hyne and Olson ....
BRAVES BLANK ATLANTA
WITH RUN IN FOURTH
MACON. Oa March .-Th nnatn
j NsUnal league trkn today defeated the
aouniern .octutlott club, 1 to
0. The run was- erat In the fourth
when Dal, tlklrd bisomaii, doubled and
tressed th6 plate on another two-bate hit
by Gowrty. scores . n.u u.
-: 1 8 1
"S ""1, At..; 0 4 1
. '""wn; iiuaoum and aowdv: Brawn.
Jug. rerrynian and Dunn.'
771 r. .
The Aji.unn.tion i.oai i... h.n
won' from St. John's tfebn.il hv ! c,..r
tioiL'? u.: Batteries: BUI Cloodro. Ted
mmMl;. "lT"t ""u.l "i'Sf' .iJ! As"
pirovhlat ucQf 111 Omaha and South
umana. ror game call up Bod JHt and
ask for Bd Chapman.
Matched for Ttrent,
SAN FRANHSrO, Cal.. Maroh SO.-ReJ
Watson and Gilbert diHanr at Rnamn
fought twenty rounds I Ray, will be gettln; In trim for the Brit.!
rVnotheJ k8twen?v.roun.l!Uh '"tu' champlon.hlp tournament!
life nmrweeTrMayJ ver the Sandwich course on May It j
to a draw nere t
matched today for
bout at Paly City the first week In May. 1
Io.ton.d ,.. Oulmet I. accompan.ed by Arthur G
At ttashlni'ton-vtashlngton Americans- Look wood, former Maatachutetts amattur
MSr,' 0 .
Itlchmoi.d. Virtfinla league, wet ground , abroad they will meet Jerome D. Travers,
DENIES DBMifflTH TYRRELL
President Says Charge Made in the
House is Insult.
FALL PROPOSES A NEW DEAL
Srnnlor Introduce It 1 1 1 for Free Cue
of (,'nnnl to llonta In CnnaMrlse
Trade of North anil
WASHINGTON, March JO.-Prcsldent
Wilson declared today that on account
of the contradictory atatementa In the
Baltimore platform, democrats should
have no hesitation in voting for the re
peal of the Panama canal tolls exemption
The president emphatically character
ized the exemption as a subsidy and
pointed out that one plank In the Balti
more platform expressed opposition to any
subtldy, direct or Indirect, while another
plhnk declared for tolls exemption. Tho
president asserted there should he no
doubt among democrats os to which
should take precedence.
The president reiterated that tho
exemption neer was a policy of the.
democratic house, becauen It was passed
through a coalition of republicans and a
minority, of democrats, the majority of
democrats voting against It on tho ground
that It was a subsidy.
The president explained that even If
the International situation, to which he
referred In hla mesrage, had not arisen, he
would have been opposed to the tolls
exemption aa against democratic doc
trines. But, he indicated, however, thut
If It were not for the International situ
ation, he did not feel that It would have
been proper for him to question the acts
of a previous administration.
Jin Demi vrttti T rrf.ll. . . . .
Mr. Wilson talked frankly abodl the
tolls controversy fn congress, saying that
the story that he had entered into a
bargain with Great Britain, through Sir
William Tyrrell, private secretary to Sr
Kdward Grqy, was one. of a .number In
sults that had been Introduced in thn con
greeslonnl debate. The president declared
ho wanted to express hts regret, that
what had promlsd to be a dignified con
test, with'. genuine differences of opinion,
seemed to be degenerating, in his opinion,
Into an .attempt to discredit tho admin
istration,' He remarked that, while It made all th
more certain the result In favor of the
administration, he thought It a great
pity that public affaire should bo handled
In that way. He did not think all tho
opponents of tho repeal felt that way, but
such coltSr had been Interjected Into the
controversy nd ho did not understand
tin motive for jt. The president said
ho had.no anxiety bver any political fric
tion in the democratic party over the re
oult and referred to tho repeal contest us
not n "capital operation." but Just n
Mr Wilson let It ho known that he was
unnuwiiwuiy oppobea 10 any compromise
or aM'- 8UC "8 .'""e ?r":
PM0 ,n e"8le: 1,8 101 u 8lra,i'11
rtefil without enulvncatton.
Knll Propnara .Veir Drnl.
Senutor Fall, republican, of New Mex
ico, gava. the controversy a new aspect
by Introducing a. bill to forbid that tolls
be livjed on American coastwise vessels
or tho so belonging "to citizens of any
country on this continent and engaged
llstered under tho luws of tho country of
Last j which the owneia of suld vessels arc cill
j He contended that If would work out
t to a logical conclusion the policies aa
originally contemplated In the Monroo
"It would be convincing to Brazil, Ar
gentine. Chile, Mexico and other Latin
American countries on this continent." he
said, "that the United Htatea Is In nobd
faith In Its announced policy of friend
ship and willingness to assist these coun
tries, not only against the aggressions of
foreign powers, but In the development of
their own rcnources.
From an Invalid chair In tho house,
Representative I'Bngle, democrat, of
Florida, madu a vigorous speech opposing
tne repeal and denouncing the attitude
of dreat Britain.
Senator Owen, one of th administra
tion's stuunaiiekt supporters. expreMed
tin- opinion today that two weeks would be
all the senate would require for debute.
Senator Kvrn, the demoerat'c leader,
told the preaidont that while the dtbate
,1 i. """"-
would b longor than at first expected,
vnilTUr III rni e nuiminm
luumruL uuur onn tiuh
Sfl LS Tfl PLAY IN FNR &Nn
BOSTON. March SO.-Franels Oulmet,
the youthful holder of the national golf
1 champlonthlp, salltd today for Europe, to
' match Ms skin with tne beat of the
( Kuropean golfers over the famous oourtes
of tho British lilts and France. On his
twenty-first birthday the conqueror of the
noted British professionals, Vardon and
OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1014.
the American amateur champion, and
Frederick Herrcslioff, who has twice been
runner-up for thut title. It will bo the
first appearance of American amateur und i
open golf champions together In Brltlih
"I am going to have a good time, play
to tho best of my ability and not worry
over what the other fellow Is doing,"
Oultnet said. Ho will sail for home from
Liverpool on Juno SO.
iPttsburgh Feds Sued
PITTSHLTtail, March S0.-A foreign
attachment In a suit In assumpsit against
the Exposition Park association, owning
the Pittsburgh Federal league base ball
club, was entered In the local courts to
day by Charles II. McSwIgan, who claims
the association Is Indebted to him for
the sum of $3,460 for salary and commis
sion for selling stock.
Three local banks and tho Baltimore &
Ohio rallroud were named as garnishees.
Tho sheriff was directed to attach the
loabe, hold the Federal league franchise
and ull pcrnonal property of the defend
ant In the hands of the garnishees. Ball
to dissolve the attachment was fixed at
Bank cloarlngs In tho United States
for the week ending- March 26; as re
ported to Bradstreet's Journal, New
York, aggregato 3.153,S72,000, against
3,2J3,(k5.000 last week and j:.757,137,C00 in
this week last year. Canadian clearings
aggregatq S137.7S2.0W, aa against Jt48,741,
000 last week and S120.327.000 In this week
last .jrcarr . -Following, am tho returns
for this week and last, with percentages
of change from this weak last year:
110,094,000 12. S
fort Worth ...
II. Ml. 000
Wwlilniton, P. C.
l)f Molntt. .......
(Irand IUpWi ....
R. 731 000
J. 463. 000
Ix) Wllktibarrt .
Ill York ....
1 mmntton ....
. Tbi At'iS
1 (j, calveatan
Total. Valtad aMatea.lll.U3.ITt.0o0l
Twtal ewtalda N. V .1 l.ttflM.OQOI
tat Lait Hk'i IN Nut lawlda4 la tot all:
axuurlaoaa iMUiKplMt let Maaa up oa now
i.taiat nai U na elaarlsta.
4ilunla In (iooil 1'iiriii,
lOL'STON. Tex.. Mareh 3. Tl, Vow
' orK nationals ueieaiea me Houston.
XtVE'owlZS l nilv
i New York n 33
HCt.0e?,f,. Mamuard, Nomine' J
Mers. McLean Malloy and Allcu!
.ppP p GUFF'S
Property He Long
Fought to Secure
MALONE N. Y.. March 30. Word was
received today that the Rookefcller-La-mno
tt,uA xL-mn i-mled last week by the
action of William Lamora In selling the
cabin and grounds left him by his father,
a hunter and trapper, who refused to sell
his property to moke up a portion of
William Ilockefeller's vost Adlrondacks
it a in irm that William Rockefeller
set out to acaulre the game preserve, He
bought 59,000 acres a'.ouna tne town 01
Brandon, but could not procure Oliver
Lamora's cabin and clearing, which stood
In tho way. Out of this arose a legal bat
tip between the oil Center's agents and
tho old trapper.
It was expensive work for Lamora, but
tho old trapper's friends and neighbors
1 with him and came to his
aid financially. Lamora was arrested for
trespassing, having Ignored tho 3,000 signs
..oi,4 n thn nrmprvp. nut twice he de
feated tho Rockefeller agents in the courts
by showing that the fish In tho Rockc
filr ntrems were sunnllcd by tho state
hatchery and that the state law forbids
the setting asldo of such waters as part
of any private estate.
On the third occasion when the agents
rmt l.atnnrn Intn rnllrt. It wan A. civil
suit for damages. It went through scv
rnl rniirt. flnallv rrnchlnc the court of
appeals, which found In Rockefeller'u
The damacea awarded were only IS
cents, but JSOO In costs was assessed
against the old trnpper. This was a stag
gering blow, and tha loss of the cabin
was, threatened for a time. Lamora's
friends, howeVer, proved loyal and clubbed
together to' raise the sum.
For tha remainder of tho old man's life
tho Rockefeller ugents recognized as use
less any attempt to get him to sell. After
ho died, his son assumed the same atti
tude as his father for a time, but he
finally was Induced to sell.
Hundred and Seventy
Strike in Yorkshire
LEEDS. England, March 3).-Thlrty-flvo
thousand coal miners In the York
shire pits laid down their tools today, de
manding thb Introduction of a minimum
rate of wages.
Notices have been handrd In by 35,000
other men, who will quit work' on Thurs
day. The mlnrs' federation of Great Britain
has given Its support to the strike and
a lone struggle Is expected.
Later In the day It was announced that
another 100,000 miners had given notice
to quit work, bringing the total Co 170,000.
Men Are Very Like
Bunch of Sheep, Says
Mrs, Draper Smith
Dr. S. V. Moore.
DKS MOIKKS, la., March 50.-Women
j In Nebraska asking suffrage soon found
"that the men were very like a flock of
J sheep," said Mrs. Draper Smith of
' Omaha, In addressing the Mississippi
Valley Suffrage conference In its Initial
I session here today. In discussing the
subject, "How We Did It in Nebraska,"
I Mrs. Smith said there was little difficulty
experienced in getting men to' sign petl
. lions for tuffrage when a few of them
had taken the Initiative,
of Ed Callahan
Placed on Trial
WINCHESTER. Ky., March SO.-An-other
chapter In the history of Brtathltt
county icuds began today when a special
term of the circuit court convened for
thu trial of fifteen men who are charged
with tho assassination of former Sheriff
Callahan Vna assassinated in 1912 and
the cases of those accused hate been
dragging through the courts ever since.
jTwo mtn have been convicted. These two
have filed motions for new trials. '
It ts said that the evidence In the cases
was gathered by Mrs. Lillian Gross, a
COFFIN MAKERS' UNION
PREPARES TO STRIKE
NEW YORK. March 30. According to
the organisers of the Coffin Makers'
union, which was recently formed, the
coffin making trade probably will he the
next to suffer In the struggle between
capital and labor. Pamuel Seldel, organ
izer of the union, said today that a ref
erendum vote has been obtained on the
question of a general ttrlke to enforce
demands for higher wages and better
working conditions for 3.000 coffin makers
In the city.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
Drawn for The Bee by
Say Earnings Show
WASHINGTON. March D0.-A decrease
In net operating Income of $51,026,935. or
22.51 per cent of the eastern railroads, was
described In a statement submitted to the
Interstate Commerce commlstlon today,
at the resumption of hearings in the ad
vance rate case covering a period of seven
months ended January 31, 1914, as com
pared with the corresponding period of
The statement was presented on behalf
of the railways by George Patterson, gen
eral counsel for the Pennsylvania rail
road, who had advised tho commission
that the figures had been tabulated from
reports made by tho roads.
The figures Indicated a decrease In total
freight revenues of $16,999,330; an Increase
tu pa?acnger revenues of $7,734,227; an In
crease of $2,263,674 In other sources of In
como and a decrease In total operating
revenues of $6,995,629, or 1.5 per cent. The
total operating expenses showed an In
crease of $39,210,233 or 6.3 per cent. A gen
eral Increase also was shown In various
phases of railroad transportation, the ag
gregate showing the above decrease In
net operating Income.
Clifford Thome, chairman of the Iowa
State Railroad commission, representing
bight western states in opposition to the
proposed advance in rates, presented a
synopsis of his recent testimony before
tho commission. Ho maintained that the
contest was one between tho carriers and
shippers and thut any horizontal Increase
In rates would be unjustified.
General Bell Will
. Take Command of
WASHINGTON, 7.larcti 3t.-MaJor Gen
eral J. Franklin Bell will turn over com
mand of the Philippine division to Major,
Ocncra) Barry April IB, arid return to tho
United States, after a month's stay In
Europe. Arriving home, he will tako up
hit new assignment as commander oi the
central department,' with lieadquarters at
Chicago. Ills stay in Chicago, however.
probably will he short, as he also has been
assigned to command the second division,
with headquarters at Texas City.
The present p(an ts that General Bell
will .relieve Brigadier General Kunston as
commander of the second division and
General Funston's future assignment In a
measure depends on who Is selected for
ohlef of staff when Major General Wood
retires on April 22,
If Qcneral Taskcr H. Bliss, commanding
the cavalry division of the southern de
partment, Is selected, General Funston
wll tako command of the cavalry divi
sion; otherwise he will remain as a bri
gade commander In the southern depart
Makes life miserable. Dr. King's New
l.lf Pills reeulates your bowels and re
lieve the engorged liver, 25c. All drug-
Vote for Senator in
Arkansas is Close
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March SO.-Of-flclal
reports of the county central com
mittee, which met today to canvass the
vote cast In tho democratic primary elec
tion of last Wednesday, were expected
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to determine whether Lulled States Sen-'
ator James P. Clarke was nominated for
re-election, or would bo succeeded by
William F. Klrby, associate Justice of tha
Arkansas supreme court.
With about 100 small townships missing,
the normal vote of which does not exceed
,m returns made unofficially gave Mr.
Klrby a lead of eight votes in 131,112 re
ported. Class A Ball Teams
to Use Fort Diamond
Frank Qulgtcy, amateur sport writer
for Tho Bee, has secured permission from
Washington to utlllzo tho Fort Omaha
base ball diamond on Sundays. Class A
teams will be accordingly benefited and
the use of the field ts open to all of them.
Tho upkeep of the grounds falls upon
the shoulders of those who onjoy Its use
and Qulgley has befn made responsible to
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There la ncarcely a community anywhere but
what hat Its hale and hearty example cf the
results ot S. S. S. Get a bottle of this .famous
remedy to-day, and If your case It atubborn or
peculiar, write to The Swift Specific Co., '30O
Ewlft Did;., Atlanta, Oa.
Do sot permit anyone to talk yon .Into tome
uaeleas compound they put up as a tubatltutt
for S. S. S. No honest druggitt wilt do this.
Compagnle Generate Trnnjatlnntlque
Tho SU Day Ron to
NEW YORK HARVBPARIS
Direct Route to Continent
Mew, largo, fast, turbine, quadra-
pi ana twin screw mau steamers
FROM NEW YORK
rrniM-Arr. t. Mar 4. lar :7. Jur.a 'I.
La Lorraine Apl. IS, May 19. June S,
L Savolt Apl. IJ. Jun 10. July' 1.
La Prownce Apl. S, May , one 17.
Lars one claaa (III tabln. twin screw
att&mara. Superior. Mice, l'opular prlca.
rrom Haw York Saturdays
CMearo Anl. II. May 9. Jun C
Nlatara Apl. II. Mar II, Juna II. July 11.
T. . . 1 , ., n I . . , . .. ...... u
Montreal Quebec Harra
On Class (XZ) Cabin Steamer
Paattat iteamcr In Canadian aarrlea.
La Tourana May 1, May 10, Juna 77,
Two caplalna on tath ateamar on thla Una.
'Maurice W. Xozmlnskt, Oon.Wait-
rn Agt.. 139 N. Dearborn Bt
Chlcaffo. or local arents.
Special Spring Sailing
CELTIC, APRIL 18
Interesting itlnerarr, includlnK
MADEIRA i GIBRALTAR, ALGIERS,
WHITE STAR LINE,
S. X. Corn'tr Madison and Xa Salle Sts..
Chicago, or X-ocal Agents.
Royal rdwaxd Royal Gorga
. &bint de luxe suites ana rooms wim
.private uaint reaaonaojo raiea.
.Montreal-Quebec to Bristol
" (2 hours to London)
, tH delicbt nil dart down the S U Lawrence
! Aaaly U amy at mM ajaal. ac
R. H. BELU Otal Aiaat
, '.w.yli.w NortharatUam-
atupa L14. ttW.Xlaaaa SC
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