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NEWS NOTES OF
Resume of World's Important
Events Told in Briet
Mexican rebeli have completely
routed the federal force in Northein
Many Mexican federal soldiers who
refused to fijrht the rebels were shot
down by their officers.
The government is contemplating
the withdrawal from entry of lands
believed to contain radium ore.
Bank rubbers tunneled 150 feet and
duo; into the vault of the First Na
tional bank of Oroville, Cal., securing
Methodists have asked the Portland
school board to prohibit the teaching
of dancing of any kind in the public
It is stated by the department of
agriculture that 1913 v. as the most
prosperous year ever known for the
It is reported that many Eastern
cities are not at all anxious for the
location of the reserve banks under the
new currency law.
Missionaries report that it is diffi
cult to direct the Oklahoma Indians in
the ways they should go, on account of
the latter's wealth.
A Kansas City firm is said to have
been awarded the contract for build
ing the new interstate bridge between
Oregon and Washington.
Ex-President Taft is a director in a
new society which has been formed
for the purpose of lengthening human
life by modern scientific means.
A SL Louis widower who earns $10
per week offers his son, aged 8, and
his daughter, aged 6, for sale, saying
he is unable to make a living for
The resident commissioner of the
Philippines in congress says the
islanders are much more friendly
towards Americans under Wilson's
Caddies engaged in a free-for-all
fight for the privilege of carrying
President Wilson's golf sticks, but the
President laughingly separated them
and told them each should take his
Part of the equipment to be used by
Sir Ernest H. Shackleton on his next
expedition across the Antarctic conti
nent will be sledges driven by aero
plane engines and an aeroplane with
clipped wings to aid in propelling the
sledges over the ice.
A woman has landed a big political
plum in the shape of the Denver land
Oscar Bider, a Swiss . aviator,
crossed the Alps Christmas day in an
It is said that 200,000 Bulgarians
are starving, and deaths among them
reach 50 a day.
President Wilson is settled in his
mid-winter vacation home at Pass
A man 60 years old lost his way in a
blizzard raging over. Southern Illinois
and was frozen to death.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 85c;
bluestem, 950 96c; forty-fold, 85J(,
86c; red Russian, 84c; valley, 85c.
Oats No. 1 white, $25 50r;26 ton.
Barley Feed, $24.50 per ton;
brewing, $25.50; rolled, $26.E0d;
Millfeed Bran, $20.50ft?21 per ton;
shorts, $22,500; 23; middlings, $29ei;
Hay No. 1 Eastern Oregon tim
othy, $16.60; mixed timothy, $14;
alfalfa, $14; clover, $904,10; valley.
grain hay, f llru3.
Onions Oregon, $2.75rti3 per sack;
buying price, $2.50 f. o. b. shipping
vegetables (aDbage, IJ'ilJc per
pound; cauliflowers, $75rU1.25 per
dozen; eggplant, lOf'i 12Jc per pound;
peppers, 6vi 7e; head lettuce, $2.25iV
2.50 per crate; garlic, 12J'ul5cper
pound; sprouts, 10c; artichokes,
1. 76 per dozen; squash, Jjrriijc per
pound; celery, $33.50 crate; rhu
barb, 3Jc per pound ; tomatoes, $1.75
(i2 per crate; turnips, $1.25 per sack;
carrots, $1.10; parsnips, $1.25;
Poultry Hens, 15W 16c per pound;
springs, 15fi 16c; turkeys, live, 20c;
dressed, choice, 27J(U28c; ducks, 12
15c; geese, 12jr''13c.
Eggs Oregon fresh ranch, 41rT;45c
per dozen; storage, 35ft 37ic
Green Fruit Apples, 60cr;$2.50 per
box; cranberries, $12 12.50 per bar
rel; pears, $1.25(1; 1.75.
Potatoes Oregon, 80cS$l per hun
dred; buying price, 70;80e at ship
Butter Creamery prints, extras, 34
35e pound; cubes, 32c pound.
Pork Fancy, lOtftlOje per pound.
Veal Fancy, 14 Je per pound.
Hops 1913 crop, prime and choice,
20W21c; 1914 contracts, 16ri,18c.
Wool Valley, 16ft 17c; Eastern
Oregon, ll(r16c; mohair, 1913 clip,
Cattle Prime steers, $7.50(78.10;
choice, $7ft,7.60; medium, $6.75ft7;
choice cows, $60)6.85; medium, $5.75
(f;6; heifers, $6ft6.85; light calves,
$3ft9; heavy, $6m7.75; bulls, 4(t
6.75; stags, $6ft6.50.
Hogs Light, $7.25?i7.90: heavy,
Sheep Lambs, $5.60fi?6.35: weth
ers, $4(35.60; ewes, $3.60r4 35.
Rebels Drive Federals to
Death, Defeat, Desertion
Presidio, Tex. A battle in which
5000 or more rebela are seeking to
exterminate or drive across the United
State border the northern division of
the Mexican federal army i in pro
gress around Ojinaga, Mexico, oppo
For 36 hours the opposing forces
have been under a fire which caused
many dead and wounded or both aides.
General Toribio Ortega's rebel army,
reinforced by flanks to the right and
left, kept steadily on the offensive,
gaining and holding foot by foot the
approaches to the federal stronghod.
The federal army, dazed and disor
ganized by the first puff of rebel
smoke, clung to the trenches dug on
the hillside where it had decided to
make a last stand. Though whipped
in the first rebel onslaught, which
drove their outposts to cover, and
though some of their wounded, with
deserters, jumped into the river and
waded to the American side, the fed
erals put up a plucky fight against
insuperable odds. Something like a
rally occurred among the federals
when daylight disclosed the position
of the enemy and encouraged the fed
eral generals to promise a slight hope,
The net results of the battle, so far
as they are obtaionable on this side,
Many fell on each side. 16 was im
possible even to approximate the num
ber. Several score deserters jumped into
the river and waded to the American
side. They were disarmed and sent
back by Major McNamee, command
ing the border patrol. About 15 of
the deserters were wounded and were
permitted to remain on this side on
grounds of humanity. They were
cared for by United States army phy
sicians. That the federals will surrender is
improbabe, because of General Or
tega's explicit orders to execute the
so-called volunteers and their com
manders, Generals Pascual Orozco,
Ynez Salazar, Antonio Kojas. Bias
Orpilan, Lazaro Alanis and Roque
Gomez. Eighteen hundred volunteers
also ccme under the sentence of death
imposed by order of General Villa.
That the federals, with all their
generals except perhaps General Fran
cisco Castro, General Joe Mancila and
General Manuel Landa, of the regu
lars, will be forced over to the United
States in case of utter defeat, was be
lieved on the American side to be
Big Siegel-Cooper Stores
In Hands of Receiver
New York Two great department
stores in New York and one in Bos
ton; an express company, a wholesale
house and a private banking house run
in connection with the departments
stores allied with and controlled by the
Siegel Stores corporation, of which
Henry Siegel, of this city, is directing
head and president, were placed in the
hands of receivers Thursday through a
suit instituted by the holding company
in the federal courts.
None of the concerns, according to
statements of counsel, is insolvent.
and the action was taken to conserve
the ability to rehabilitate and reor
ganize them. The assets and liabili
ties were not given. Curtailment of
bank credit made receivership imper
ative, it was said. Their gross earn
ings heretofore have been estimated
at $40,000,000 annually. The Green-hut-Siegel-Cooper
company, of this
city, Mas no connection, direct or
otherwise, with the firms controlled by
the Siegel Stores corporation, and in
Chicago the store of Siegel, Cooper &
Co., although its stock is owned by
the siegel stores corporation, is pros
pering. Counsel here issued a state
ment to this effect, which was con
firmed by Max Pam, general counsel
for the Chicago store. The business
there, he said, would be continued
San Francisco Places
Ban on Auto Speeders
San Francisco Half a dozen speed
ers were fined Thursday between $20
and $50 in Police court, although it
was their first appearance. Several
second offenders will be sentenced
soon. Since the Police court judges
adopted resolutions to fine all first
offenders and jail all second offenders,
the number of arrests for reckless
driving has been cut in two. An epi
demic of recklessness, culminating
last week in two brutal killings within
as many days, decided the judges, the
mayor and the board of supervisors
that drastic action was necessary.
Canned Skin to Be Used.
Baltimore A departure in surgical
operations which will be watched by
several leading surgeons will be per
formed at a hospital here. Twenty
square inches of skin procured from
volunteers at the Rockefeller Institute,
of New York, will be grafted on the
body of Harry Stabler, who was
burned in an explosion. The skin is
in a glass receptacle, kept at a tem
perature that maintains what is known
among medical men as latent life.
During the operation the skin will be
warmed to the patient's temperature.
Beachey Flies Indoors.
San Francisco In the first flight
ever attempted underneath a roof,
Lincoln Beachey, circled successfully
the interior of the Panama-Pacific ex
position palace of machinery, but
made a poor landing and smashed his
biplane. Beachey waa uninjured.
LAND AND SEA
Tremendous Rainfall Breaks All
Records in California.
Streams Are Out of Bounds Cities
Flooded One Alan Drowned
San Francisco A terrific storm i
raging on the roast, and southeast
winds of tremendous velocity have
lashed the Pacific into a fury. Vessels
plying up and u'own the coast and be
tween here and the Orient are in the
grip of a hurricane and practically all
Sacramento and San Joaquin river
boats are stormbound.
At Napa the Napa river rose sud
denly and flooded a portion of the bus
iness and residence district. One
man. James Clark, was drowned. He
met death while rescuing women and
children from flooded houses.
The Sacramento river is rising rap
idly and flood warnings have been
issued in all districts subject to over
flow north of the Feather river. The
United States weather bureau reports
that the river is expected to reach
menacing stage at Sacramento, and
has issued general warnings against
floods in all sections of the Sacramento
valley. Rain has been falling stead
ily in the upper part of the valley and
the river is rising rapidly. The situ
ation, according to the weather bureau
officials, is decidedly ominous. At
Kennett, 6.3 inches of rain have fallen
during the present storm, while a fall
of 4.02 inches has been recorded at
The wind blew 60 miles an hour at
the Cliff House observatory. The
wires to Point Reyes have been blown
down and telegraphic communication
between there and the city is cut off.
The Southern Pacific tracks down
the peninsula were turned into a
stream as the storm grew worse.
Near Wrights and elsewhere there
were washouts in the mountains.
Many branch lines are out of commis
sion through the northern part of the
In Marin county many families
abandond their homes. The postoffice
at Ross was under four feet of water.
The heaviest damage was farther
San Francisco has had two and one-
half times as much rain this 'season as
at the corresponding date last year.
In the mountains a great depth of
snow has fallen, the summit reporting
more than 10 feet on the ground.
Redding, with nearly five inches of
rain in 24 hours, report many land
slides on the main line to Oregon and
all trains proceeding under slow or
ders. Some idea of the tremendous
downpour can be gained from the fol
lowing, compiled by the Southern Pa
cific: Redding, 4.7 inches; Duns
muir, 4.24; Santa Rosa, 4; Ren Lo
mond, 6.08; Boulder, 3.21; Wrights,
5.04; Calistoga, 9.
Whipped by the gale, the steam
schooner Porno, disabled, was picked
up by the big lumber steamer Adeline
Smith, according to wireless informa
tion sent in early Thursday. The
deckload on the Porno had been washed
away and her crew of 20 under Cap
tain Lililand, as well as her passen
gers, were in distress.
While the railroads may be incon
venienced for a time and some suffer
ing be caused, yet the storm is really
a blessing to the state, which has been
without sufficient water for three
years. The present Btorm will give a
great impetus to all branches of agri
Serum Checks Typhoid
in Both Army and Navy
Washington, D. C The army got
through the year 1913 with only two
cases of typhoid fever in the enlisted
strength of more than 80,000 officers
and men. One was that of a man who
had not been immunized with the ty
pnoid vaccine and was believed to
have contracted the fever before he
enlisted; the other cae was among
the troops in China, and though the
man was immunized in 1911, the his
tory of the case is in doubt.
The navy, which adopted the vaccine
later than the army and did not make
ts use at once compulsory, had among
its 60,000 iackies only seven authentic
cases of typhoid in the year ending
Kaiser Honors French.
Paris In recognition of the care
given to Captain von Wintcrfeldt, the
military attache of the German em
bassy to France, who was seriously
injured in an automobile accident last
fall while following the French army
maneuvers, the German emperor has
sent an autograph portrait to Eugene
btienne, the I rench ex-minister of
war. Ilis Majesty also bestowed dee-
orations on a number of French offi
cers, surgeons and civilian officials
and on several women who aided in
nursing von Winterfeldt to health.
Intense Cold in France.
Paris Intense cold, the like of
which has been unknown during the
past decade In France, Spain and Port
ugal, has caused several deaths, as
the population of the three countries
were unprepared for such a rigorous
winter. The temperature in the south
of France has reached from 4 to 6
degreees below zero, while storms
raged along the Mediterranean, the
Atlantic and the Channel coasts, and
heavy snow fell in Paris. j
Says Appetite Is Not
Identical With Hunger
Philadelphia An apparatus by which
blood may be removed, cleansed of
Impurity and returned to the system,
and s contrivance by which it can be
determined whether one is suffering
from hunger or merely has an appetite
were among the inventions demon
strated Wednesday by members of the
Federation of American Societies for
Experimental Biology, in annual ses
A dog waa utilized to illustrate the
hloud-mirifvina' anuaratus. which waa
the result of the work of Drs. J. J,
Abel, L. G. Rowntree and B. B. Tur
ner, of Johns Hopkins univeristy. Dr.
A. J. Carlson, of the University of
Chicago, demonstrated on himself the
efficiency of the hunger-testing ma
chine, which was his own invention.
Dr. Carlson defined hunger a a
sensation which arises in the stomach,
while appetite, he explained, is a
nervous phenomenon of the brain.
Swallowing a small cigar-shaped rub
ber balloon, to which had been at
tached long rubber tubes, he inflated
the balloon in his stomach through
the tubes and then attached the latter
to sensitized paper.
Hunger, he declared, caused the
muscles of the stomach to grip the
balloon and drive out the air, which
registered the amount of hunger on
the sensitized papers.
White rats and mice were used in
an experiment designed to illustrate
the diffusion of the blood supply.
Dyes injected into their blood vessel
circulated in a short time until the
little animals changed the color of
their flesh without much apparent dis
comfort. One rut was green to the
end of his tail, while even the film of
his eyes was the color of an emerald.
The other was similarly tranformed by
the use of red dye.
WILSON SENDS FOR UNI);
LATTEK STARTS HURRIEDLY
Vera Cruz John Lind, President
Wilson's personal representative, left
Vera Cruz at 6 o'clock Wednesday
night on board the Chester, the fastest
cruiser of the American navy, bound
for Pasa Christian, Miss., where Pres
ident Wilson is spending his vacation.
tew persons in vera Cruz knew of
the orders to Mr. Lind, and that small
portion of the Mexican population
which saw him walk from the Ameri
can consulate to the waterfront, two
blocks away, where the admiral's
launch awaited him, regarded his suit
cases with expressions indicative of
Offers Husband for Sale;
Prcfercs Company of Cat
Boston "I am willing to sell my
husband for $1000 cash," wrote Mrs.
Agnew Bedell, of Quincy, to Miss
Mary L. Chandler, in a letter which
Miss Chandler has made public. Wil
liam Bedell, the husband, is alleged to
have expressed his willingness to be
The letter, after explaining that
Mrs. Bedel had seen Miss Chandler's
name in the newspapers, continued:
I see where you need a husband to
take care of your property and to be a
father to your baby. My husband is a
working man, tired of supporting a
family on small pay. I want money
to open a boarding house. He will be
content to sit with you and to 'tend
the baby. As for me, I'd rather have
Wilson's Golf Improves;
Health Also Much Better
Pass Christian, Miss. President
Wilson's vacation is greatly improving
his health. As he climbed over the
bunkers at the golf links Wednesday
there was a vigor in his walk that re
vealed to those who have been con
stantly observing him, how much he
has benefited by a week of rest and
recreation in the mild gulf climate.
The President played 18 holes of
golf again Wednesday. He is grow
ing accustomed to the stubby grass on
the links, with its retarding effect on
the roll of drives, and made a better
score than usual.
Many letters and telegrams of felic
itation on the new year have been re
ceived. Pay for Spur Cars Asked.
Washington. D. C The right of
railroads to charge extra compensation
for the delivery of cars on Industrial
or spur tracks in cities was defended
in a brief filed in the Supreme court
of the United States by attorneys for
the bouthern Pacific and the Atchison.
Topeka & Santa Fe railways. The
railways are seeking to have the court
uphold the Commerce court in enjoin
ing an order of the Interstate Com
merce commission, which held invalid
a charge of $2550 for this service in
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
School Landa Affected.
Washington, D. C Ownershin of
school lands, granted to many states
upon their udmission to the Union,
may he affected by a suit field here in
volving more than 250,000 acres in
AiaDama, ceded to the state in 1819.
The Alabama courts have held th
title of an individual good, as atrainst
the state. The Supreme court is asked
to dismiss the state's appeal.
English Weaving Mills Close.
Blackburn. Eng. Eighteen weav
ing mills in this district have been
closed within he last few days, owing
w a siump in me cotton trade. It ia
understood that many other mills are
about to cease.
t HAH. H. KOWLfcY. Nium.
tt M. tl.M SJ.SS Par ! With ! PrMWea.
Sim Kafrj 0 " or m.r.if1 Hu. to and turn, train an.1
nki.tMilii.Mlii r. offal Iwll'h Mrt. hwopwn plan, Ml "T
Ktrtima.f lluililln. miNivin ami
tel-honea in ,v,rv rtaxn. Small
81ms While In Paris I paid fl
dollars In tips alone.
Walter (assisting him on with his
coat) You must have lived there
good many years, air!
BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER
Without gnoJ ml Mood a man huiwok heart l"J r 'rjt 2
Ith. blood. r anaemia, I. ...minor. In ymms M a well a. i . Id . M w Jly It
Ithe cm with IIhm who wuik in Illy v.i.liUi.d lUMiw-or Ihuaa wlw a.. hu
p indoors In winter lima with a cat .love huniinil up the "f
carboniv tuauk-l y.M. Tin. W.w.1. or hi..! wl. i ' "4, . JlTi !El
I. naml- ,,.,l .. have h..-,. , ,u ..d b U ut S""J ." h"alh.d Into
lungs, or bv ptnir disntton wr Ivm' T
vmin over int nean wnun is ntn m an
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that U tut givtu aaUalfctiua lur out 40
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
, ta a MorxMeanwr and alteram that tart the liver an.l .tirnia. h i Into vlfrt"
I action. It thutafttala ihe hodv to manuu. lure lull ted bluod h!h tev,i me
I haart-nerw.-br.ilu and of.in t Ihe Klv. 1 he oik iih wink (monthly like
machinery running in oil. cm leel cU-.i". ulionu .mil lt nuoot ImleaJ l III.M.
weak and f.nnt. Nowaday you can oolain l"r. I'ine (rnlden Medical I M
cuvery Tahiti, at well a I'le liuuld fotm liom all medklna dialer, of taWei
by nail, prepaid In 1 of 4dc aua. Adie K. V. I'lene. M, l Uultalo, N. Y.
DK. PlhKCS'S (iKEAf lull) Pi8 II.I.IM K I f.l COMMON $tSH MKDKUl
AUVISBK WILL I K .SEf iKKB, CLOTH HUM) to 11 im.t.lST STAMPS.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation,
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
Breath Candy Cathartic.
No odds how bad your liver, stom
ach or bowels; how much your beud
aches, how miserable you are from
constipation. lndlneHtlon, biliousness
and sliiKKlKh bowels you always Rot
relief with Cuacurota. They Imme
diately cleanse and regulate the stom
ach, remove the sour, fermenting food
and foul gases; take tho excess bilo
from ths liver and carry off the con
stipated waste mutter and poluon
from the Intestines' and bowels. A
10-cent box from your druggist will
keep your liver and bowels clean;
stomach sweet and bend clear for
months. They work while you aleep.
Modern Artificial Teeth.
TJntll a tittle more than a century
ago humanity had to rub along with
out false teeth, of which nowadays
one firm alone sells more than l-'.iwo,-000
a year. One of tho first success
ful makers was UlussepanKelo Kouzl,
an Italian dentist, who beitiin practice
In Paris In 17'.8. mid, tlwinka to bla
skillful treatment of Lucien Bona
parte, soon made his way. After yearn
of experiment he discovered the sub
stance from which artificial teeth are
made and received tho gold medal of
the French Academy of Science. Onn
of the curliest persons fitted with
false teeth was the Kinpresa of Russia.
After Waterloo Fonzl emigrated to
London and then to Madrid, where
Ferdinand VII rewarded him with a
yearly pension of 1000 ducats for a
set of false teeth. Loudon Kcbo.
Vm Ca Gal Allan' Toot-ruM TRrt.
Wrlta Aliens, (ilmaimt lat It.-r, N. Y., for k
frca lamiile of Ailen a r-Mit-l-.tt.e. It curt-a
WMatliiK, ll-t awolien, acliinic lrt. It mak-
new or tlaM li'Ha ,-ai)f. A crlH.n rure l r
enrna. I nir rowing nail aid turiiini. A.I 1 ri.
llalaaaUlL ixm'l acr--t any aulMtlula
The Hammer and Hammering.
Johnnie rushed Into the dining
room, his voice lifted to a long, quav
ering wall. He was giving a star ex
hibition of the art of separating him
self from tears and trills.
"What's the matter?" nsked mother.
Jobnnlo removed both 'Ih(s from his
eyes and explained mournfully:
"Papa waa out on the back porch
nailing down a plank and he had a
big hammer, an awful big hnmmer.
Then ha missed the call and hit Ms
"Then what are you crying shout?"
asked mother. "Why didn't you
Then Johnnla told Ilia whole story
"I did." Pop'iliir Magazlus,
All BW Disorders
Aifwilsuiag 'C'suifs Yith tbs Creak: fliod
Strength, Power, Accomplishment are all Typified In S. S. ?.
rootad In tha irlamla ami tlHsuaa, end the
marls fjf rf.aftrtlr.ff tn rfr.Brlfl
Orua-t. Theae only lignruvata br causing
ether and wnraa troubli-a. A host of peo
ple know this to be true. Thay know
Irom painful experlenr-e.
1o get right down Into where tha blood
im vitiated requires R. 8. 8. the graaUMt
Wood purifier ever dlarovered.
Thla ramarkaMe remM y contains ooa
Ingredient, the active purlins of which Is
to stimulate tha tissues to tha healthy
lection of Its own essnntlal nutriment
and tha medicinal clrmenta of thla" match
less blood purlnr-r ara Just as essential to
Wall balanced health as tha nutritious
Slements of the menta, grains, fa la and
Sugars of our dully fnod.
Not only this, hut If from tha presence
ef soma disturbing pnln.in there Is a local
or general Int.-r'i.-ri-nrn cf nutrition to
rauaa bolls, cnrh'inrlna, absrrsnos and
kindred troublus. K. H. 8. so directs the
Banal cal la Uuu till bulxoa la raJeutad aud
IhIImM !' rraae la
rtland, Oregon. ,
li. so, u.m w4 ci.m f 1 ewisv
lean In evry wi, nm ami m ..- -!
. , ,ll.l l..ln.,i. I .aire I'arfcwolt Mm 1 ad.l.v.
"Who Is that man over there the
one counting Ma fingers?"
"Tlmt's Wobba, the pout. But !
iHti t counting hi fliiKers; he's count-
in, hla feet.' Judge.
.Mum: ion i" " -
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remedy tint you a-"'
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Where the Farm Hand Balked.
S.un had worked on the farm f
nine years, and until hi master toi
to poultry rarmlnc he was quit si
iHfU'd with life.
Hut this poultry business was a I
too much, lie had to tnko tha eggs
they were laid and write the date
thuiu with an ludelltiln pencil. A
worse tluin Unit, he had also to r:
on the eKgs the breed of the hen tfc
So one day he marched up to t
"I'm about fed up," he said, "ai
I'm golntf to leave!" (
The farmer was astonished
"Surely, Sam." suid h, "you are I
going to leave me after all the
"Yes. but I am," retorted Sam. T
dimn every kind of rotten Job on U '
here farm, but I'd rather starve to t,
go on being secretary or
hens." Answers, Loudon.
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your rtii'iurr. . M m truva u
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