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CHARLES A. TOWNE DEFINES 'THE DEMOCRATIC ISSUES" IN THE SUNDAY .JOURNAL
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. VOL. III. -NO, 102.
PORTLAND, OREGON. . SATURDAY EVENING, ; JULY 2, , 1904.
PRICE FIVE CfcNTS.' f
PARKER'S JRIEPIDS ARE
ilrSome of Western Delegations Ar- ;
ormanand Bryan Each Still ; Wield .Great In:
. , " ' (Joorul Special arrk.)
' Bt Louie, July X. Outward and vls
. '-- fbleslgns are already .abundant ' that
when the Democratic naUonal conven-
l . tton assemble here next week SU-'Uoui
'. , will b called upon to entertain the
largest 'crowd tver gathered within the
city gate. ' At all the large hotel
-. every' available room ha been reserved
-1n advance, and It 1 difficult to figure
' out how accommodation wm o pro
, vided for the swarm of visitors who
have not been wise enough to look for a
yiV to sleep before their arrival here.
' The thousand regular delegates to the
' ' convention will be distributed among the
leading aown-iown noieie, au ui-inom
within aashort distance of tbe Coliseum.
" where the convention will be held. Wlth-
In one block, at te Jefferson hoftl the
natlonal committee and several of
state delegations .will be locatjL...Xhe
, headquarters of the Tammany delega
tion will be at the tiouthera hotel, but a
" part of the-Kew York delegation will
be located at the Jefferson. The South-
. etn will also b the -neaaquaners xor ino
Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
- Indiana, llchlgan and Georgia delega-
tldna ' "
y Charles F. Murphy and two, oar
. filled with prominent , Tammany men,
'left for St '.Lou I a 'thl afternoon.
' Bourke Cockraa. Chart; A. v Towns.
Bird 8. CoUer and other accompany
The party. ' - ' . .
. On account of the fact that the dele-
' gatlons from the most Important state
will hav their neaoquariera mere, ana
- because of it far-famed rotunda, the
Southern in all probability will be the
center of political activity when the con
; ventlon is not tn. session. The Plantm-a'
h6tel will -aocoilmodaU the .West Vir
ginia delegation;, but moat of It rooms
haveoeen pre-empted by United Starts
- aenators, governor and other distln-
; aulshed DoHttcianV
- The Hearst heaHauarters are at the
Planter'. The riatiohiU-etfrnTUteemen,
' before' stated, are located at the Jet
ferson. and that hotel will alaoishelter
the delegations from Nebraska,
n& Wyoming. f -.; "
'it is not expected" that the great num
J ber of delegate . will ( be here before
vMomnry morning, ine majority ox me
room at the hotel hav been engaged
with thl understanding. -The outalda
r visitors, however, are already putting
.' , In an appearance In large numbers, it
Is estimated that the crowd will be twice
and perhaps thrice as large as that at
. . the) recent Republican convention at Chi'
: cago. .- - - .- '.'.,
This expectation is baaed on the fact
that the world' fair will naturally at
"tract thousands of tsltors whomrght
not take the trouble to attend the na
tional convention If itwer not for the
opportunity of taking In two big shows
for the price of one admission. Then,
again, the politicians geneirally will come
to the convention because of tha.proba
' blllty that the gathering will develop
fashioned sort, with plenty of oratory,
aharp debatea and political Intrigue.
Tbe finishing touches were put on the
convention hall this morning. Thou
- sands of flags and miles of red, white
and blue bunting have been used to give
a gala appearance to the Coliseum, both
Inside and out The leading hotel and
business house of the down-town ec
Hon arelIkeWIM puttlnrou holiday- t
' tire. " " - :,' '
Th belief here la that Tve convention
"will not be able to-conclude its -labor
before next Saturday at th earliest and
X there are many politician who are in
' cllned to the opinion that the session of
MAD MULLAH AGAIN
' TAKES THE WARPATH
:(JoaVail IdmIsI Berrte.) ' ' -Aden.
July i. The disturbing
. new reached here today by na-
tlve runners thaa. th Mad
Mullah has again taken to the
- 1erarpath. and threaten hi usual
e campaign of blood.
. 'Xh - new -w" brought' her
4 .from Nogal, south of which-but
a short distance th prophet. I
4 ..'encamped with hi - follower.
Unlike his last raid, he thl time
appear wkh an army number-
rng 1,000 men. most of whom
are well equipped with .modern
weapons. In his last campaign
. hla followers were -armed with
antiquated firearms or spears
, aad lance. " ..".'
Profiting by his past . exp'er-
4 lence and recognising the auper-
lurlty of modem weapons, th
'. prophet ha secured from soma
unknown source not only rifle.
but ts said to have 1n hi poa-
session several Held pla - T
.'latter feature aue the most ,
apprehension, a It promises to
4 make the threatened war an ex-
pensive one far a life Ik
s ' V ' .
.- . , .! .
the convention will be area much mor
protracted, ("' ' . . ' .-','' , ,
Th vender' of badge and button
bear Ins likenesses of the aevaral candi
date for rth presidential nomination
and without whose presence no political
convention nowaday would era com
plete are rounding up in ML Louis In
anticipation of reaping a good harvest
It 1 eatlmated that several carload of
button have been shipped to the- city
by eastern manufacturer hi week.
' ; "Blm." the original button man. who
won fame, and fortune by accurately pre
dicting the nomination of Roosevelt for
the vice-presidency at the Philadelphia
convention four years ago, ia on hand
with a, large corpa of assistants.. As a
result of the money he made during the
JJasf presidential jcampal8n;Bim," whose
l run name 1 Max uunoerg,, wa aDie to
build several playhouse in -New York
City and to beoome a full-fledged theat
rical magnate. HI rapid rise, however,
has not changed hla picturesque perso
nality in the least, and he looks Just -the
aame now, a when he himself peddled
button on the street and In hotel lob
bies.. - ' ; , ; .
'"Blm" Bays German. "?
. "Btm," has been a pretty good guesser
on the way- thlrtg have come out at pre
vious conventions, and the wise politi
cian are wondering whether he la still
a good' prophet. Their Interest la found
d on the fact that "film" Is plunging
on' Gorman. , He admit that he ha
about a ton of Gorman button on hand
and expect that there will be a great
demand for them, particularly after the
convention ha completed It work. "
' The wiseacre say that "BW 1 fol
lowing false tip. Hhlmelf say
that he ordered the button after lie had
learned that Mr. Gorman had bought
500 large aad expensive photograph of
himself for use -In St. Louie. . "Blm
think that-Gorman. who la a' thrifty
man, would -not wast this money unless
reasonably certain of hi nomination.
At any rate, the tip was good enough for
"61m." and he says he 1 willing to take
the chance. : At the same' time he ha
had the foresight to lay In a good gtock
of Parker button so a to be on the
Parker ajeema Sure.
The ' delegates, alternates and other
Interested In the . Democratic national
convention now here aeem to think tfcat
the -nomination of Parker I assured
either on the second xr third ballot
Many declare that thus far the Hearst
boom ha fallen flat and the loyalty of
delegation Instructed for him I ques
tioned. The. allegation la made in all
seriousness that he cannot depend on II
nola, . 'Washington. Idaho, Oregon or
Missouri and that at the first break the
delegate from all ot these states will
flock to Parker,
The - convention leader are- positive
that If Parker 11 'defeated the nomina
tion will go to no other New Yorker,
meaning McClellan, -or any Tammany
favorite, meaning Cleveland.1 The Gor
man talk 'grows stronger with Parker
eliminated, and there Is a disposition.
to concede a strong - position to the
Marylander. - s
Bryan a atrengtli thus tat la not of a
According to plan now hatching John
Sharp William of Mississippi may not
be only temporary chairman i of- the
convention but the chairman of the
resolution, committee a - well. - It is
known that William ha been at work
on a draft of the platform for some
UBH--r' --i-., .. . ; v- , ,
Interested la Platform.
Speculation as to the nature of the
platform take on keen Interest ,
For several day John Sharp William.
the 'minority leader In cons-rem. has
been at the Inside Inn In the world' fair
ground. Whipping a platform draft into
shape. Of course, Wljllama' platform
will be subject to revision by the other
party leadera, chief- among whom will
be Hill of New York and Carmack of
Tennessee. . .
William wa the author of the plat
form adopted by the Mississippi Demo
cratlo convention June It, and that doc
ument doubUeaa will form' the ground
work, at least, of the platform which
will bo approved -by -tbe -ooniervatlve
element 'at Bt Loula, '
There la a big demand todav for
copies of the Mississippi platform, tin
Informed delegates desiring to . be . In-
lormea wnat.to expect in the nature of
resolutions. - "..-, . i .
Thl platform call for tariff Jaw
that will compel, the sale of goods, to
home consumer at . the ame price a
that paid by foreign consumer. . It also
demands 4 tariff reduction. - r v
On the subject of money .tbVWltltams
document congratulated the country on
the Increased volume of substantial cur
rency reached by - no action of govern
ment.' tout by tbe act of God. '
Among other provisions la the elec
tion of a president who will not at
tempt to usurp legislative functions.
Uha resoratlon of , the Wsshlngton and
Jefferson foreign policies, cessation of
the Iniquitous partnership between the
government and banking ' Institutions,
upbuilding of a merchant marine with
out nwbrtdiee, statehood for Oklahoma,
(Continued on Pag To. ,
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HELD LP NEAR:
Hifibwaymca 6ob ; ; Their Victim
Within Shouting :pistanccXof
- Army of Patrolmen. . r
Two masked highwaymen armed with
revolvers held up and robbed . Mohlln
Sherwood within a. half block of the
oentral police station at 11 o'clock last
night. They secured about $11. . After
relieving th man of 111 . cash they
leveled their weapon at their - victim'
head and, cautioning him to be careful
not to report to the police too quickly,
bade him walk on. . He did sa and the
robber made their escape. - There-Is
no clue to their Identity. T ; . '
Sherwood, after recovering from hi
fright. rushed to the police - station.
where he reported the holdup to' Cap
tain Moor and Bailey. -The daring of
th men wa made greater by reason of
the fact that at th time the olloemea
or the second night relief were gather
Ing-to go-on duty-and th station -was
full or patrolmen.
Sherwood was unable to give a very
complete or aocurate description of the
men who robbed him. because of his
extreme fright and the darknesaat the
time of the holdup. He told all he
could, and thl morning Chief Hunt a.
signed .'Headquarter Detective Lou
Hartman to the case. - He is engaged to
day in investigating it.
I wa going south on second street
between - 8tark -and Washington," - said
Sherwood. , "I was about a half a
block from ; th central police atation
and right near a new building In the
heart of Chinatown. 1 saw two men
approaohlng; and when they cam with
in a lew leet or me, I -saw they wore
maska, and la their handa they carried
revolver. They ordered ma to hold ud
my hand, and with curses said to, keep
still. I obeyed. One -of them went
through my pockets, ' securing all the
change I had. Their efforts netted, them
about 111 After ' finishing, they cau
tioned me to be careful about calling, on
the police, and ordered me to go
straight up Second street. When I
looked back they had gone. r'
"I have been -working for J. E. Allen,
grading oontraeter, at-Bast Twenit-
etghthf and.Ankeny street, I received
f2t .in . payment for work, , and came
down-, town to am
I had about III left. The highwaymen
got it all.- '
This 1 th most -daring holdup of
recent month, and I th first reported
for several weeks. The city hs been so
free from such occurrences thst the
stsff detective who wer formeely.'on
duty at-nlght hav been detaches and
placed on day shift. , -' "
uiwt o Arrxtnc
(gpeelal Dtapatrb to Tbe Joermrl.) -
Roseburg, Or., July I. Herbert Ben
ton, a farmer aged about living near
Canyonvllle, was taken to the asylum
a 8a lenv last night by Slferlff Parrott.
HI mania 1 of a suicidal nature, and
he labor under , the belief that ha I
about to be hanged. If Is derangement,
it Is said, was caused from an attack
of spinal i meningitis, brought on by a
fall which- he suffered some - three
month ago, ' - . . '
MKS. ANNA ' VALENTINB IN HER CELL.
All Over tlie
WTo r i s of
Appro tat on
aVn" J. I" t s
(Special Dlapatrh-to Tb Joorttil.)
Walla. . Walla, July -1. John Wilson
was found within' IS feet of th Oregon
Railway Navigation track near her
at 5:50 o'clock uiis morning .with two
rib broken; scapula fractured and face
badly .cut. ' It Is supposed thaV he
started home while drunk and was
taken suddenly sick last night and aat
on the edge of a' tie and while stooping
over . ws hit on the left shoulder by
the i o'clock frleght train from Pendle
ton and lay In the rock end wet -grass
during a hard rain all night.
His ' condition Is very serious and
lung fever may set In. He was found
by 'Bert Sythe, a laborer, and taken to
the Walla Walla hospital by the police,
where be was attended by Dr a, M.
Stiles and C P. Gammon of Walla
sclous condition since the InjuryTtmt
suffer too much pain to talk.
ut. 21 year -of age, and
live with hla parent,. Mr. and Mr.
Wll.ltam Wilson, on the,. Walla Walla
liver near the state line, He wa Iden
tified by Mr. Isaet of Walla Walla. HI
parenta own a . email farm on which
they reside..' ' .
mi umon ziot.V
(Journal Speelat VrrVe.)
Bnratoga. N. T., July t Fir laat
flight destroyed therBlue Mountain Lake
house, a prominent resort Just opened
for th season.. Th loss la $50,000. All
the guests escaped without Injury. ,
'." '.'.- XZOXSS TO SB ATM. .. ..
(Jearnal Special Rerrlre.)
Stockton, July :. James ' Olllls,
president of the T'nlon Transportation
company,, ' was kicked to death by a
horse en hla ranch, near this city thl
morning. - " . , ' ' '..-',
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ANNA VALENTINE'S .
' HANGING PUT OFF
4 (Jotaaal Special BerTlce.) '
'- - Trenton, N. July J. Anna
Valentine, sentenced to be .
hanged for murder .- yeaterday,
secured ' another ; stay of sen-
tence for 10 days. This la-the
second atay 'granted her la order
to .give the board of pardon '
time to consider her case, fully.
Anna Valentine came to this
country eight years ago a the
companion of Michael CorluccU
- who at length, drove her from,
the home built with her savings.
and installed Rosa Salsa In her
stead. Anna Valentine murdered
"her rival last March 10. ,
RANCHER'S BODY IS
AT LAST FOUND
-.Qjnwssssassiisaswsi saa n s '
Fate of Hiram Bickford tlhose Disap
, pearance Caused Lengthy Search1
Disclosed by Finding Skeleton.
. (Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
' Canyon City, Or July X. Although
search for his body ha been abandoned
several month, th fat of Hiram Bick
ford,. a aheep owner and rancher wa
yesterday dlacloaed by . accident. The
finding of hi skeleton told a story of
aeatn presumably due to hi being lost
m th mountain. - '
November S. 103, was th day when
Bickford, who wa th owner of a ranch
In Fox .valley, disappeared. . It was the
belief of friend that he . might have
been murdered - by : enemies created
through the sheep grailiig over dis
puted range and for month a search
wa more or less actively made for his
body. -A failure to find It led to the
final belief that It would never be found
and further search wa abandoned.
Yeaterday a aheep herder, who wa
gracing a band In an, out of the way
place, found a skeleton and scattered
near It were artlclea of wearing ap
pare!. The find was made near Cotton
wood creek. A search of the clothing
disclosed 0 and paper which identi
fied the remain, r . -
- It-f-how - believed - that,- though he
waa laminar witn the .district and an
experienced mountaineer Bickford
started to cross the mountain, lost his
way. ana alter wandering ' until ex
hausted, perished. He had no-: known
relative to claim ni estate.
PRESIDENT GOES TO
"HIS OYSTER BAY HOME
". (Joornal Special Scrrli-s.)
Washington, July 2. President Roose
velt and his office force left, her this
morning at 10 o'clock for Oyster Bay on
a a pec lad train of two car running aa a
section or th regular train.
. Tfi nartv will irHv a , nw.tw "n.w a
o'clock thl afternoon, and will be
celvTil with a demgristratlon by the
lxens or that place. Many new mm per
correspondent have already established
their headquarter at the summer -capital,
DUFFY IS BEATEN
(Joornal tpoctal Bervieo. )
Hochdale. July I. An amateur cham-
plmishlp field and track meet, all the
famous athletes or England participat
ing, wa held her today. The 100-yard
dash wa won by Norton of (South-Lon
don." Duffy, th world' champion, ran
second. Time, 10 seconds.
Jupp, an Englishman, won the 220-
yard race In 22 4-ft seconds. Walch of
New York wa unplaced.
In the hammer-throw Shevlln of jraM
Waa defeated by Nicholson whose throw
was isi ieei t mcnea, ,
Chief of Police k Shot
"Down and ;, Sheriff '
GAMBLERS ARE HELD UP
PJncky Sheriff Arrests - One Posses
Scour JLills Desperadoes May
Have. Been Implicated iirf
-..' , , Train Robberies. .
elena, MonCk July X.-ChiefDTTi-
lloe "Robert J. Hannah waa Instantly
-killed and Sheriff Hubbard Waa shot in
the hand while inr pursuit of two masked
men who daringly held up the Owl' sa
loon "and gambirng house in tbe very
heart of Bllllhgs early thla morning. The
robbera secured about 11,000 in-caah aa
the result of their raid.
The robbers entered the front door
and commanded- every-one- in the resort
to throw up their handa One man. how
aver, escaped unnoticed and warned the
police. - - '
' Juat a th men emerged from the
saloon they- were- ordered to surrender
by Hannah, who had rushed forward
whep notified of the holdup. Both tfve
desperadoes- responded -with guns In
stantly killing; JIannah.
The bartender .arttrward told the po
lice that a few minute before the rob
bery Jim ' O'Qrady . bad "slsed up the
place' and, going outalde had signaled
a companion - and that but a moment
later th place was . Invaded by Kd
O'Orady and a man named MoseP) whoae
volrea b recognised.
Sheriff Hubbard went to the CGrady
house to arrest -the men. Jim i Qrady
was there and told Hubbard be waa
alone, and did not know where his
brothert was. The sheriff, dissatisfied
with this statement, started through the
house with bis aides, whereupon he waa
shot from a second story landing by
Moster or O'Orady, who then Jumped
from a window to th ground and es
Although shot and painruuy wounaea
Hubbard, after a fearful atruggle. man
aged to hold Jim O Grady until assist
anca arrived. .
Big posse are today searching for
the other two bandits, at whose ren
dezvous wa found a shotgun with which
It 1 believed cnier or ronce nannon
The bandit have taken to the hills.
It is supposed, and on this supposition
the officers are working over well known
trails. The desperate character of their
attempt leada to the beller that they may
be wanted for other and more serious
crime and suspicion Is fastened upon
them In connection with a train rob
bery which was attempted a compara
tively short distance from her but a
few weeka ago. .
CLOUDBURST CAUSES .
BIG DAMAGE IN UTAH
' (Joareal-gpeelal Service.!
"Fait Lake City. July 2. The heaviest
loser a a result of lawt night s cloud
burst is "the Consolidated Railway c
Power company. Three power planta
within a radius of 60 mile were, struck
by lightning, and .almost every cellar
on the eaat aide wa flooded.
Th street were torn up and car
track demolished.Silt no live were
IDAHO MAN AWARDED
MORE THAN HE ASKED
Special Dlspatcb to The' Joeraal.V
Rathdrum. Ida.. July 2. U Nichol
son got a verdict of 2,l(i0 for false
arrest and damagea to his timtwr ciaira.
He sued for damages on account of hu
miliation for his arrest that was caused
by the" Cameron-Lumber company, and
also brought a charg ' of trespass
against 'his unlawful detainer. He
aaked only 11.800. -
THROWN FROM BUGGY
- AND NECK BROKEN
(Special Dlapateb to The Jauraal.)
imbUtiWash., July 2. Ivy Gal
loway, tbe wife bT sTbtrnd violinist who
died recently, waa thrown from a buggy
yeaterday. -Her neck . waa broken and
she died Instantly. . She was moving
and her two children were ahead, in a
wagon, th horse ran away throwing
Both are badly bruised and In the
hospital. , Mr. Galloway waa in a bug
gy trailing behind th wagon, wblch waa
overturned. . '
- SECOND PLACE
(Jnental Special Sarrlra.)
New' Tork. July 2. Tbe Harvard ba-
hll nine tM morning defeated Yale t
I 0 ' a ,1 a-me played to fi''tl9 pec-
' til '.! year lulrco.i" ' aiu
GO TO THE
Non-Combatants at Port
Arthur Arc Stnt to
" Job SoIdierV
EXPECT FINAL ASSAULT
Russians Determined to'-Flht to tile
Last In the Effort to Keep the
; Fortress From Falling Into' '
- ; .' Enemy's Hands,.:.
. (Journal gpeelal gervlm .
St Petersburg. .July 2. The Bours.
Oaaetta. today, reporta that' the Russian
forces have recaptured the Tallen Motion
Ling and Fen Cfau Cheng passes out. of
which they were routed by the Japanese
forcee last Tuesday. k
Journal Special Servtee.) " " " '
Chefoo. July 2. A . report from Port
Artlrar- tW - momlnr has It that " th
-Russfun authorltlea there hare cloaed
all the -shop in th town and -sealed '
their dogra. - . . . ' .
The lawt of the noncombatants. Including-
-avrry able-bodied 'man, have been"'
antoutt the trerx'he with the evident '
thought that a full asagult fromth
land side is Imminent.
The altuatlon at Port Arthur Is de
scribed being one,-of terrfflc atraln.
the soldiers being fairly worn out with
the continual bombardments and expec
tations of a final fight .to the death. It
Is denied that the sortie made by the
Russian fleet waa for the purpose of .
strengthening the morale of the soldiers,
a they are said to be, grimly determlned "
o noia in lonres at all odd or until.,
all auccAmb. ..
MTXM XXCXAMUM TTEWS. .:'".
... . .n
Salny Beasdn Cause guspensloa omo
. till ties la terrention umored.
."" ' . (Jearnal Special Servlc.) '"
Rome, July 2. Several paper her
state that the power are exohahglng
view with the object of taking advan- "
tage of the . neceasary suspension of
hostilities In the far eaat -during the
rain season to attempt a friendly in
tervention., with a view of securing the
permanent cessation of the war. -
The officials' of the different powers '
believe, - in common with the military .
authorltlea of th. tao countries en-
gaed, that the rainy season will exer- ..
else, an Influence that will .without doubt
materially affect the movement of
troop and thus disarrange, many plana
that have been made that relate to tb
. That General Kurokl and .General Ku- .
ropatkln will now . meet In an engage
ment I considered by military expert
here a doubtful, and even if they
ahould it la now thought that , In all
probability the clash would be far from
decisive. ' .
- Campaign Wear Ifad.
ft Is now practically conceded that
the Llao Tung peninsula campaign la
at an end, at least until the rainy -season
4 over and th appearance of good
weather. A the outlook now present
Itself It seems evident that the Japan.- "
ese will be compelled to remain in the
position they may be holding, where
the rain finds them.
' It la also aald that operation at and '
In tria-Immediate vicinity of Port Ar
thur will brconsiderably Interfered -wtrn"""
and that the establishing, pf another
base, somewhere on the lower part of .
the Llao Tung peninsula, and near tlS
west coast, by the Japanese, In order to
brine- In th food supplies that are nec
easary for the maintenance of a large
body of troop, such aa are reported to
be on th way to Port. Arthur, win p
That Admiral Wlthoeft wa well on.
hi guard, other reports to the contrary
notwithstanding, - l- Indicated -by th.
report of th action of tbe Port Arthur
(Continued on Page Two.)
ARMENIAN BISHOPS :
APPEAL TO AMERICA
, - - .- "t ,.' . ."
(Journal Special Sarvlre.)
v Washington. July J. -Th
state department today .received 1
the following cablegram. da ted;- .
't' Ispayan, and signed "Ar-
- mentan Blahop of Persia:" '
- ' lurklsh barbarian r mas '
sacretng thousand of Armenians
each day. W humbly solicit the
nltfoT BUtcs govem-lieiit. ls-
' name of our common Christian-
Ity and humanity, to save human
While no ' official statement
ha been Issued it I believed w
.that the probable eourae of trt
.government WlU.be a Utter of
instructions to . t'nlted "tstee '
i Minister Lelshmaan at Cunstantl-
nuple, ordering blra to make rp-
. rHrentatln to the sublime port ;
lea ,11 nit to an lnveetluatlon.
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for th government to gn. owing
to the fart thitt no American
Citlsen sri knows to l. In-
volved tn the m' fi. A
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