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'NERS A CCE
PT PRESIDENTS PROPOSAL
MENT OF COAL STRIKE 1
ToiiIkU und Thursday rain or allow,
warmer. Minimum 20. Muxlmum SO
Kimwfnll im.llC8i Tolul snowfall
listen for the Carriers Whistle. If you do not
receive your Capital Journal promptly, phone
81 before 630 o'clock and one will be sent you.
FOB NOVEMBER, 1919
54 5 9
Only Salem Member Audit Bureau
i aha oTminmr
! m mm n
I 1 1 lie I X I It I II. K.I I T n
iii TOE CAPliy DURNM.
Wilson's Proposal Accepted)
As Definite, Concrete And,
Practical Basis For Solution
In.lljMmpolK -. 1K "fT
. . ..1. l.t . lnlltu(f 111!
The UtiiHl ir-n-:mi"i "-
42ND YEAR. NO. 292.--TEN PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY; DEC. 10, 1919.
Hiram' in America"; l.Wory mI
, ,1 today wlu-n cUlofn of tlvo i n-
,....1 Mini WWIH
. , n. .,i,,.r iho meeting.
t.avIh. issued tho following statement:
........ ,r.,iiA.( Mlno Workers repre-
K.-iiliitlve ngroed o ocPt th P"?''
..li tti'f.DOHlU n
TRACTORS PRESSED TO
SERVICE IN DELIVERY
OF CAPITAL JOURNALS
NIB NOTE TO
tlllHlS of SCtll"
. . ..... al strike. They Old bo
treatise it p - -
and a proper ad-
v.ir claims for an In-
On Legality Of Holding
Special A"d Y'mrsr"-petherlso'H.
If, In the opinion or Attorney
. tv.ilr (
1"H,mu' . and Improved condl
,,,o:l , " Sovment may be b.oghl
!'. Th Unit! Mine Workers have Krown ft gpedal
... . . in th nrt'suimii m
rorhta Kod will am) l JudRmo
The president's proposal differs
1 ..i (..Minfurii nropos-
l:;7,,"hnt noth,nK iu doubt
ii. i hereof In concerned, in.
Germans Consider Tone Con-
Tonight you are getting your Capital Journal by
Thrmirrh the p.n-nneratirm of the Valley Motor Com-
ipany, The Capital Journal is attempti ng that which all
n . . nf . r , ' of the other papers m the Salem Held nave considered ue
OpifflOn Of Attorney Ueneral less in the face of the weather difficulties prevalent today
to deliver to its subscribers tneir evening paper.
Thff Fnrdsnn tractor solved the problem, together
with the initiative of The Capital Journal circulation de
partment, in doubling its force of earners.
t arhr thta mnvnincr whPTt flPPTI aniLS 01 SHOW uiuvn'
JU.M11J VA.AW ...v ' ' i j
-J it.. .1 . ..,. fmnn f VOITol OVPOTlf WflllnnP'. HTlQ
euuiBbireeiH wcvcijr "".Vr: Z nt1p demanding Germany Immediately ac-
when horses were almost helpless m attempting w Dawie ipt.the protocol to the peace treaty
fVinif inoda trnnah thp drifts, the Fordsons started tneir
bUVll UUVW KiMWMl." .,.,1
i. -i wuiinivf jliffjmiltv t.nft little
Carload On Siding In Yards Is
Released; Storm Most Severe
In 30 Years, With Snow 26
Inches Deep and Traffic at
Standstill Throughout Day.
Relief from the serious fuel shortage in this city that
. . n A i i nnrl wran Salem in a
.1. . p. j n j: - has threatened xo uara.iv.c '"""J.""" -r-------
dilatory Diana ivegdruiug "r- . f . nearer'today. With the release 01 a p.
War Prisoners AndRightOf ;SSf hddon a 1 '
Berlin, Dec. 9. The allied notes
ction maklns une ot the r -; - - - .t,Q efroofa flT1J rar
onu m-t of election offlcliils for botn piQWS, aSSlSieQ maLeruuiy m wcaiuig
eleeUuiiH, Governor Olcott will recdm- i-nnVg v
Soon after the Fordsons made their abearance oj-
o .ni,.i eli.rilnn be called for May ;i.u 4-4-n fVin Vollmi Mntnr rnmnaTlV W8S beseed Wltll
21nt next for the consideration of the , . , . fT.tnra Jn T)Ullm2 OUt Stalled
i . ,. i iLkmant in rm 1 1 1-" t iiii i nr nn i uiivy vk w r- o
V. i.fil.l left no hope restoration oi rail""" ' . v " .7 , ..... . . -
,npomiu - y .,.., th(. Oregon. Governor Olcott suuea loa, putrmODlleS ana OUUT VeillUCS. ; . . .
fr tho mine " f mln.nK'that he had asked the attorney een- :;. tV,o noPil nf Rfl Pltl People tor "lne lap-
nm plftnee oi nn , , or ttn opnion on, this question. w " " , - , Vollov Mntnr
Ivic's of ii cnf i . . . elBCtlon, lt point- Tnnrnai. w?tt ShiTT), manager of the Valley Motor
Four hundred thousana "i'''" provision to made only for the nlflPPd fl fleet of the tractors at the dlSTIOSal OI
. ... . .....nir Immediately, union . n..,t nil vntora re-1
linn iu ,,..ion Is ex- parties, in oruei mi -- nnnpT.q
,.,-h said niul normal produtl on w i of D,irty filiations, may ex- papers
" .. ' sardlesa oi party i"- . " . . i.,ic. ,Q rrio first. ltlStaTlCe OI liavi"
. ir.d the enrly P" oi ,.lui .,. rlhl of franchise lt woum ,0 iar f'S 1H rnuwii, i"' V. . ,
Jnilin'tV UnHpn Ptrtrs. if rrt in the world
While the governor Is opposed to
.... ...i.i. . bviIub tue rmiii oi iia"-"' - i " x " - . . , ,f.
Tho men will return to . t0 cttU a 8peclal election! . . -p jnto USe m the delivery OI newbpetpcio
'uTrcett n wage. There will bo
1H, flnmudlnta Increase In the price of
coal to coitHumoM.
- thu nresldent
ruder the niireemo... -
ni nnnolnt a commiBMio.. . --
" ?. ' .".: .i,.v rPcommcndlnB wag ; P, ---;,rtlv nnt)0sed t0 can
- Coal l-rk-.jr.U. a -pecla. t.
mr other cnB". . - . ,.. it it were necessitijr -
.uorn raceived this afternoon,
The tone of the notes, accoraing xo
German official circles was consider
It was understood tne enionie
Do-roo to nermlt postponement of de-
Huorv nf flprman docks and marine
materials, demandett . as reptvrtti.u
.for h Blnklne of the interned Ger
man fleet at Scapa Flow, until it can
be determined whether tneir uuneu-
wmild hoDelessly crippie u-
nmnys industries as the uermans i
The entente, however, refused to
change its stand toward German war
prisoners and holds to its rigm w
yade Germany if she transgresses any
of the rules laid down Dy uw
conference and armistice.
The notes on the Scapa Flow mat
ter it was understood, require that
Gomany list the marine m"""""-
manded, nominally delivering
i a a in nn miuiuivu
miner nna .-.. coa, cf cu
vliich will invcKiw". . -nort'put t
" " mo.rii adai-nniTinn minim
1H BUnit'mni ueiMW". -
pltal punishment at m. w
.u iu.ii no to tne peupio "
Iposed arrangement can be made.
other day than the day
i UKurrt; ThO
ill llin CUHI iiniw-w - . . AM DnV
W original demands Included a . Action," said the igo.
, ,..... fu dnv week and a mx . election held oi
;"';.rnt increase In wage. -' tha primary enlect'on
cl,,l''K?. 'I'er the agrcenient day "'i'o U were Captalr
ot.m,uuV" ,:,:;:rt the commls- of appro.. - ,R h0W
aill,pioa iuu -"":,,- con(iiUon8 held on pr. -
will . ever, tne sanm -- hlnAr-i ....ia tndav.
Ammrnifl snorter u"' . .,.,roi election messaKe
Washington, Dec. ll.-Jne re
publlt ua iiiiUonal committee today
selected Chlcaiso for niocUug place
' of th- next rcpublicau convention.
Tim convention will bo held
Clili-ugo got 44 votes ttud Bt,
Another carload of coal, bound fr
iwolf Creek for the Warren Construe-
tion company, was reitt , "
Indian school at Chemawa last nlgnt.
The school is reported as having beea
out of coal for two days. ,
The car load or coai at uw
railroad yards is owned by the J Cop
FOR WLNIli SSSs
1 W ! teams and wagons. It is poss.ble tht
V: icuatomers will have to carry the coal
I from the car themselves, if they -
so in need oi u. .
Olcott ABM eieuw -
The release of the, car came .thto
morning following the dispatch test
night of a telegram by Governor Ol
cott to Fuel AaminiBiruwi . . -
man at Seattle, asking that this.
i done. Oilman, according to word r
ceived here, immediately instructed
Finch to order the release. .
The message, setting lorm mo
By l ugh liailUe
Wash'nv-on. Dec. 10. Xhe republl- of the BltuatlQ here, read:
j. . nnm T 1 HH lllCCt.0 . I - llTTIU.Il. OTftiHVI
to the allies, but with privilege of de-)" 8eifcct the time and place for ..Salem, Oregon. Commercial cU
. tf tho Oermanieay v Dc .. ,, j ,,n. . fnllnwlne:
manaing tneir TV.' nv the .1920-convention,, nu.wu asxs me w " ' " . ft
government is aoie to prov ome.aU , about the caumaaiea ..u "salem, enureijni v oth.ri
f 1....Ja ,hen the matter lslomciaiw ,h. rtn and failing. Southern
"toParbitration: . . I con ntion looked to- pfie'ear l'l
This was regarded by the Germans.' A, to ' WoB w0UId go to Chi- government has not : release d.
an 5 admission .wi ' . verv strongly tilntea ass st In spesaing uV
as virtually an
will be allowed to retain the docks. . f . tne dat0 wouUJ be June tlon critical. ,
'GV w"l Blsn tr",P.T2 1ttoPorters, however, had .'r'
man at state
diplomat here declared when he had
juul may roc
London, Pec. 10.-(Unlted Press.)-
Koss Smith, Brltlsn avmiu..
the first Illgnt ii"'
primary , election day how-,nas t0 a
Coal mine operators
I the nwB" ---... pllUia h0
the primary c.v. -
Minor .u'- . , ul)od for
n hnVA 1 llliwuvw -
" . nlHO UBfa IOr U1H
.inn ia ouiiiiiij . ipntiin ne urium' i
that the prcsioent- v .only added expen --- -
Batlftraciory w - MiHk of the duiiuw '"'".ni t0 only
to close their doors and lay
I'yp. inif uovpii that in
While the miners have -mo "B. Ly Attorney. General Brown jh.,
ways from procuring tneir event a special act thnt a
Miinds. they look to the com n primary doy the ine .fact d
vhlch riealdent Wilson '-V, h constitutional "1E""", "atlon of cap
t give an UioreiiM , In wages "hlch J , for the re-toratton
....i t tonnt. 81 per cent ihmcnt wowld not n
' . t. . rianvin In the
ti l.iidAd ai l-tiit
northern territory of South Australia,
according to the message.
Mia well, cm'1"
Washington, Dec. 10. Su
preme Court Justice Brandeis
toda refused to overrule the
action of lower federal Courts
in the case of Ale
and Emma Goldman, anarch
ist lenders, who are fighting to
prevent their deportation to
heard the provisions of the aiueu
""Foreign Minister Mueller was eje
the notes to tne
llso the government may
s?ructtons to Baron Kurt Von Lersner,
'the German representative In Paris.
St. Hui. uPP"we,c' V ' 75 here as per your telegram De-
not given VP .ne . . cember 8. h :
Candidates Lay Low. , ., i , ..Ben w. Oloott, : governor.
. . . i 1 v.ta riaramtaflr 8 wire, l-
were Deing aepv.'. "-uiin. - h .tntlaned
.ble, leao- ferred that a man " V..i-a
background as mucr . as po-..-. . i - " overnment advised
ers obviou bein ; gtam the fuel situation at all Umea
any pre.i... '"" --.. . .v lth storm Worst in no ".. :
Pede. But tne be- Snow continued falling here all
Washington. Dec. lO--8"!"-6
court today took under advisement an
,.. oi,.nlnne. i..tiiiii for a writ oi nu. ..
rivtr a viCKers-""j - hi- . . ...
: A"?. T' f the New York federal
..... - flight constitutes one oi tn ( " the denortatlon of Alex
arkable feats m tne Berkma arrt b a woiuma...
.. ......1 from lieu. . u , A.irt reiusea w
He suu ii ... hn,.. ,oat,
flvlng across wit the two anaiciuuio .. -
T n,mr. November 12, wm ,elav asportation
" . ... and thence soaring tneir r. . ' corDUa. if
Europe w " . . . througn a win - - .
rtmrton the working day.
Ual punlahmem r,-r. tnat form
nfflclent to aciuauj
" " T Will l.'O
nlBhmem. . f r tn(
STORM CLOSB mY
SCHOOLS: ONLY FEW
a, th-nneh a writ OI naueao .i."".
island toward his des-. h.ough a wrl
. .rnrcrl 1H CSU- I -
tl.,flinn The distance 0l
ated at about -
over me . . tl. v.. - -';,, . . v New y0rk
K,.i,ni in Hnlem were closed today.
A,l th.y will remain closed Thursday
und poBHlbly Friday,
0f punisnmeiii. " aR Btat(!d, for the
lhe attorney general ha sta
inirlHlature Mine' i,iine for
. " rf new ones V'"""' '
uics ui u erleath penaiiy.
the operation of th edeatn rf
VollowlnB 7"ament inhlblt
th. constitut tonal . pcnaUy
., the exercise oi i ,.,, re.
inBthe state the state parU
consequently no " Tne attorney
the statute books today
i him infoimtu Minn In
maieu th t40
Bmlth rresurn,' ta goy. uberty Qn
000 p..se "e e.dinDynnn ri2le offered by ,
: ana a r
vf-nnrted him as 1 Attn I
Recent dlP cck with Ml II I
rtltr nvcr inai iw -
the .rem aviator,
. ... will he
ln..f!.!rri TpairlwU, be allowed
BIG LEAGUE EIGHT
By Henry ti. Farrcll
mnlted Press Staff Correspondent.)
campaign literature circulated on . be- .
helf of the Presiae'""" -"-,"----- , ke tnlg morning to see a wn.
Their supporters were '"'" -" coat of 22 Inches covering tne -dence
as the delegates assembled, coat oi ature durig the
?!and hi'.'s and buttons were distri- scape. The
buted. . ,. grees. It gradually raised until
PIMM Arc Laid. . cached 22 . degrees about noon. Tb.
Detailed Plans for "a campaign of weatner man reported moderaM"
lefficien'-y'- were made by the commit- j temperature, and promised rain
! . 1 enow for tonight. '
tee ...... PhntrmnnHaye8an-! rrhi. .nnw storm salo to De u
nounce?" appointment of a ' heav.8t anQ earliest for this part
nou."cea ,f...Me with many of the the valley Jn 30 years. - .
pianos. m ,Hatrial com-! i,brhts to Kemaln un,
characteristics o an , a rllmor that lights to
whend oTS .invention, when ' c wouTd be exUnguished at
until the end ot tne t-o T, ,-...,.M. nd succeeding nights
...in a reim. o .i"o"- - ,
11 -latform Planks, basea .,, tne tt0l.m had passeo,
gestion. , ... - . national prob- th p . , u & P.
a London newPv'
ni" atm.lia from neai ,
te?. lu' " TJne. At one time
to whether thoy will open Friday
will bo made tomorrow, cny "'' ,
trndent of schools John W. Todd, said
t(,l,;'y. . i.u the
When only about one iouhv
implls reported for work at the achoo Is
this moinliiR they were Perm'uc".r0
return home, and the -schools we
closed for-the day. They will reopen
.. looianll. maainis
ns soon aB tne biuiui ,
i. .u v,nirn to B1'1
11. pilMSlDIO lUl .'
Willamette university remained OP
. . . ... a w,if the usua-1
cn toaay, witn bdouv --- . ld
r. a. at the school saia
.vi:iiuillll.u. rti.it.iiii " - .kne8
todav Hint uiiless the storm incrca
much moro school Will not be closi
xt it nt the Sncrea
1111)11111 I tTpui iv'
I (mir-t onA.inmv tH morninJ?-
... . ... . - hnwevor.
onooi win remain uii . ,nt
accommodate any students that nut.
"iiius it was announce". ...Jnnls
About 30 per cent of tne Bl"" e
at tho Capital Illness nf Bl00i
on hand this morning. Night sen
will not clono"bocauBe of the sioi
hOWtvi-' , ,oWa COUl" -
January tl'08e" ones substituted for
...toil or t" nnt DB w-
;em but had definitely
. ..ia until the peop , enact-
1""' . Tht could be e- V-Bes8ion
" "'a hv the spv. ,.
laws passe- ,. become .
PBIUF IN ffiftRt!
10 ADDRESS STATE
TtACHEhS AT MEET
At the feame
board of directors and
oaf 11 1
P''in7co.n bn;rnive.say, New York,
ser of Co'umu a. rtenartments
Honrls ol me y
. apm on P
xiour York. Dec. 10
wins by a knockout!
By action of the American league
magnates this afternoor .the czar
was fornally declared to have been
..Wrtent in 1910 for a period
. nf tne nauunt" Kni, ....
OA n. .. meiliuc. onln.l COm- . u..l, nnioer lumiBlieu "
ul j A. i.i.,rranii" . ,or,.he''S oi mo -i' . as me it"' v . .
nma time liiu r w no a. - - , Un Ann . .int..i nna no iut.
ly-eiiminated fro . th- mlttee 0,, plattorm ano W Hllt,rl
irertors and thrown out ot twolvo oihers. four oi w nounc., uwa l. .. i-- that the lighting s
The 'Vea- roUer" got into action wou, be to to m.M J IZ The wo power iines f-
The b.e 1(0.e meeting be- t.nln0 party welfare ana vu any ord?is -i' ,,
80on a"". ..uTful five" move- Ration, f- nlshlng I gnts tor reporte1
?.an- n , vice-president. The ,he na(Il,pal committee
onte"de Int. The majority nations -jn " party me0 and done. : Prftnar!.
enaMlni tne , . - mor-
.orts or , city ' front of tfc.
ake certain lng clearing ""----. ,c9t B
pf nertv onln- firn department ' ,d
hvthe addl- fire shoum --- .of tkB
cimnany local offl-
on six montns iu, . . ( unt of-
lem, o announced formation of , , notltlcatlon had been reselyea
"TnlTlng of the twelve f the government to that eet
-otinnal comni"- nv,ta would conimuui-" - -
members oi u ,a, com. - r f
me" " " " . u onn " ,.,l nnd no tuei
1 . .v. council .. tht the lighting sys-
The province v -- comp- " t he affected h
ition at noon, and ofll-
Uectono a president. The majority na..-- part,
' lectlon. , . nted that Johnson's term some i fl ena,
lt was made today by I Promf vo ed tha . U --onlpa,e
. i ncOttlPI
A.'ton, president of
Teachers ossocauoi, the, since tne - the eIcctcd thai . " -inratlon
in securu.B ' wank KttVin, xsu , ,..,, ion "i"
. i- nn.ttnn nro-
...in .0011 have an ot u.o
tlonal ' 7 hp nnnlnteo includ
ea an '
etrou, .,,, on
Washinston (witn - - fty apo f'nance tg fn fcft
i ovDi iff UK
iotel. Several -
grau- .rted this year ro1l
10. j nJi"1 Partm""'a t imriortant of these is !me" ' of the Insurgents from; ; h.
. ... n nna nl LHW l""" ... -.nVi Wl n,. MmnUPfl IHO " ' It firoa: io'
iw. . ininunr ii . . ainoci rnnm ici-i- na nnnnreniiY no""" - - .
v U .oday slea a wWch tne departmfn o -f 1-. power. f rh.c,o Is to head a
,im-. utalnst - t con- ers. for this ""-'.- trolling a majontj , ,rf0rTnnT-nn
JU",,:.nM bar all men .,. Portland. " ram: ' now.' "... h. onlv supporter In :" ., , tanwl
Win i"9"- nta ni W t , tri IQllUWiuB i l. ihfl leaKUWi " Ti..nM (invr-
,lnu:ng as ' " nxlaten of tne deparxm-" - ,0..The Class Boom , -. . BCtorate was James U...-
. . forwa - . . Tuesiiiij - ss. T. A.. ; " . . i ... .hn
Hon .. ..r.nniv. . v..int,on ui Lin. " , .t ...und .. - aomn'-.. ...
. In tli.s . .. i. n lirMfhffll iw" . ... ...i. mfcnnl.iW"1" A .hortlV aiwr . j-lne ton
. ...v.iat to the can ui i
.... t w. vv. . . hv miss ... it n'elocn """J1"
m ' nt of com i. Discu'U.. . Tn,..nIi Empire - - ,.. t0hnson
" . i t".
unable to reach It
snow, however. wn.. ta
h and his men would endeavor t
reach an fire xna, "-- -toa .
;Many; Persons arr r -. lhal
Chlnooa wu." -- ,h . fea,
would clear the snow, and others
ed this because
of the slush condition
that, wovld follow.
u,d be seen inruub-"--
.... tux levy
Explain wW he B 69,806 in e-
T r.ove.i, tate tax -;lng letter
today nea' B0f all OreB card
the assessors oi WH1 for
orotic.. - found to - - 7 ." Black, Yamhill wn- The ...eetlr
An ' ' t W W. wii. . ' " hv Miss Mcuregor, 1-.- O.ciock "si
men -:'orTonten,pt..f DUcussion Jn lnlwld Empire'.-:
rested an - Joe Linus.,, - " soclaUon. . .
irn-chlst, or--;;. - Povtlan. '
1- "" .vertl.rc-w- ,.. ..Tea-aerB nv- .,. port.
dlS Wac,;'li,t' Stuart Wment, Beea
d brl . ,.nce W'e-.eln nei.i . no a. m.,
MAV PROVE NEW INSANB
. 1 n Harry
8- New. under present plana. wm
t.,i.. ....... in hin trial tor
7 witness sum" ieda
nuiruer or nis Bweemw-. A
Lesser, Ms lawyers said today.
. ..... . oto save ne"
dai. the toiiow"-- per
weu "n 155.47 w
n n 11
ft"" " Tnnroved oy
111HV T. , . HO
"d violent""' ,e."
,,y WOUld 03
j fn.. a neu'
haabflO i" orJor.
,t,a.-a " Discussion
10:00 a. "'. Dr. Sheldon,
, .o-l " '""wai k 1 . . from Bldewai
. j.wnpwin tne any D otfiiiiinn-
"eo - . . .,ai homes mm
In ironi ui ...,nfnall
ments. Business ...
iBtr-.tion -fool's par-
ninna-e.! tne - . Incffld
Btart in the
-We nave '"".--., h
. tinni nrogress,
great race 01 - K..erlthen our
10 nrw DAAF PftVFR s tot
U. I 1 nUUI UttlLU velopment to '''" VBI)lrlt, and
nw , fore us vltn cou. - ,nn th.
.11 1 n J vi i
cent '"'." Benton ""
806 ""' Tndee Busnw
.T. Cui- ;v ..,her." Dr.
r .I"., noadmasterv" and o ciasu h' - el Social Agon,
CO" " lessor wen 1 - ....
. ., f ss convicts were mi- t0 help our v ; . rea,
TMfl 11VC " . ! Ttlffn ,.t,.-al flT IJ1 woi'-' .a.
K?JZZZZ ng mont now j open to us.
tne root . now that was ouwiCan par., - 'r a,na re
iy.u.nT'.: ,, raved in upon Uiem wlth repnD.,. we mfty
heaoeu - hear ng tne hilcaii iohw- M
' Assessor e " today -How
VZna Treasurer -" heestate oI c.es w ; Trumbua
nan. ; -
rhe Changing Status",, unner the tons of "-tnem
lachers." Dr. Sheldon, j . nedded on It, c
J Teachers Can H.IP "- I iasthey -B "ed to the sides , f-rwa-al" wonderful blB.
period of progress
. .....niio DelinQuen- ..,, f tlmDers, i' - .... .. In
nies to . ... ,.Tho Teacnern - walls ana t
, nA henause CH3.
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werenU opened y long. -Phone
Telephone "ervice rou
IhTinabimy of operators
-rto work, is gr
,err ice for a but thfai
the operators w -
the depth of the snow
iuia ffir niHA 1 11
which made " irnpo-". - mstrirte.
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XT n.ncv 10
ruXg the", instruments
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is estimated at tory
of the peop- sU per
1 . ., 1
subject w . . of
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"n the wounds of Insanity.