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42ND YEAR. NO. 307.-EIGHT PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1919.
Amy Man And (Mian Slain;
Four Arrested; Populace
. Stirred By Great Excitement
rsMSsasaw arwaa w
Three People Injured,
One Seriously, In Four
Auto Accidents Sunday
Dublin, Dee. 29. Yesterday's shoot
Ihg affray near the lodge of Viscount
French,, lord lieutenant of Ireland,
was not an attempt to attack the vice
regal lodge, It was stated seml-offl-ciaily
Police said tho affair, which still
'" was surrounded by mystery, could be
explained by the military.''
Lieutenant Boast ami civilian be-
lieved to be Laurence Carey; were
killed in the ' clash 'which occurred
early yesterday. " v "
A dozen stories of the details of
the fight were being circulated today.
"There were strong Indications it was
".-not any attempt by radicals to kill
Viscount French, but probably a mis
take caused by the activities of over
Attack Is at Night
According to the story obtained at
vice regal lodge, shots were heard
near the home ofLord French and
Lieutenant Boast, who was the lord
lieutenant's guest, rushed out with
two men to investigate. While pro
ceeding through the Inky darkness of
the grounds near Phoenix .Park they
suddenly came up a number of men
and firing started. Boast and one of
the civilians fell dead. The remaining
civilians fled through the shrubbery
- (By TFulted Press.)
Reports from various cities today
showed that at least 247 persons had
died from wood alcohol poisoning, the
'blind death," since prohibition went
into effect July 1.
In addition scores had been stricKen
blind and others are still In a serious
Following are the reported casual
ties of the new plague:
New York 62 dead; loo Diinu; j
rhirnc-n 50 dead: six ill.
Chlcopee, Mass. 45 dead; 5 seri
Cleevland 15 dead; s-mina; to m.
Holyoke, Mass. 14 dead; seven ser
Hartford, Conn. is aeaa; seven
Jamestown, N. Y. Seven aeaa.
Newark, N. J. Five dead,
st Pnnl. Minn. Four dead.
Springfield, Mass. Three dead; five
seriously 111. . ,
Hadley, Mass. four aeaa; one ...
Syracuse, N. Y. Two dead; two ill.
Emporium, Pa. Two dead.
Des Moines, Iowa Six dead; 12 hi.
Elizabeth, N.. J. One dead.
Augusta, Ga. 16 dead,
fireenfleld. Mass. 1 dead.
cttoiiiA Pa. Two dead, one ser
iously HI. ' '
Little Falls, N. Y. One dead.
At least three persons were injured, and three autos
were wrecked in accidents in this city Sunday.. The in
jured persons are Mrs. E. G. Clark, route 5, Salem, brok
en collar bone: Stanley B. Laison, Ida Grove, Iowa, both
legs broken and severe bruises; and S. A. Perry, a taxi
driver, bad bruises. The autos belonged to L. Gr Llark,
T. L. Holley, 1277 So Commercial street and Alfred Mul
ler of Portland.
Returning from a dance at one
o'clock Sunday morning Stanley Lai
son drove an auto, belonging to Holley,
Into a freight train standing across
State street on 12th. There is an un
confirmed report that there were four
Indusbrial Commiccicn iflc.
Criticisms And .Spc'c'cr-ic:
Re lative to Prcccc ;1 11:1:.'
lishmerit of Stri!: Ccr; ;
Dort that Laison was running a race
with another car is believed unfounded
by police. T
At 4:S5 Sunday evening an auto
driven by E. G. Clark collided with an
auto driven by J. W. Neville, ot Port
Loa Angeles. Cal Deo. 29, Harry
3. New, on trial for murder, was on the
verge of collapse at the county Jail to
His condition was so serious that at
I o'clock Jail attaches said there was
doubt whether ha could be taken to
court this morning. Physicians are in
.J.V'!Cbvt!r!L'h1",rLn,!:5.mUle. hers January to put It.
wax apparently a blank. He didn't
Washington, Dec 29. With thtir ter.i-thi plan c! c
court to insure industrial peace, rubers oi t. .2
. 1? ...
nrpsident's industrial commission today
and suggestions on tneir wors. ifs uwunw.i yhu
constitutes a request that the entire country resolve iu..
into an industrial commission.
When the Wilson commission
report mai mere were war , -- . -ldent.
. HU T I Va ItlllUi a V mitv '--' '
escaped -S 5S5f CU
femur was broken in the middle, the " ..,.it . hroken
bone protmamg aoout tnree .ncne machines
and the left femur was broken Just
above the knee. He was reported rest
ing easily at the Willamette Sanatar-
ium Monday morning, and that ampu
tation probably wouldn't be necessary.
Second Car Crashes.
As Laison was being dragged from
under the freight train Alfred Muller,
whom police learn resides In Portland,
Tari Oliver Hurt.
According to a report made to po
lice Sunday, S. A. Perry, a taxi driver
for the Salem Taxlcab company, was
badly bruised when he was cranking
his cab and an auto driven by J. C.
Sande, 235 8. 19th street ran Into him,
He was Jammed up against the raaia.
drove his'auto from the opposite idetor Rnd omy Meaped probable death,
directly into the train. The auto was
wrecked. No one was reported, in
jured.' Both of these accidents are be
lieved to have been caused by the In
ability of the drivers to see the train
through the dense fog. The first re-
know where he was, what he should
do on gettting out vi bed or that he
was on trial for murder, they said.
Physicians were called and pro
nounce his condition serious.
Shortly after o'clock plans were
set afoot to summon a medical in-
ouirv under Jurisdiction of the court
to determine his exact condition ana
decide whether the trial should pro
17 Under Arrest,
w.-,. no QAVAnlAen men
mew ion, uot. x.l
. i -i .. tn nn nppt inn 1
were unaer arreai wua.j
he said, when he managed to avoia
some of the Impact by cringing under
the axle. This occurred alter one
o'clock Sunday" morning at Auburn
dance hall, east of Salem.
wood alcohol poisoning since Christ
mas. : v..
Five of the arrests were mau .
t Moot HflVen. VJOIlll. , i"
H1A lit ' ' '
rhicnnee. Mass.; two
Muss., and one in
Thre of the men taken here were
a ,,r, hv Internal revenue agents.
Among them was aooiiih """-"'
wine and liquor agent, wnu """"-'
in t.nAi,a anfnnpa most ui
oned "whiskey" Into New England that
resulted In scores oi ae
of blindness. ; hx.0
i AVniHMfl WITH IIlCLIOie0" "
khose taken. In. Nsafc:'Were to e
arraigned today. - ; ,
Police later arrested four civilians . ..bUnd aeath," which already
near tne vice res" uu. w.a ciaimeci more man i """'
men were saia tuuay iu nave uwti
ftrmed. No weapon was found on the
dead civilian whose name has been
eiven as Laurence Carey or Kennedy,
it is said. He wore, military, puttees
nd civilian clothing. His head was
A number of guests were in the
vice' regal lodge when the shooting
oecurred. Women were panic stricken
i.fiiievine It was an- attack In force on
l'Vench's home. Officers hurriedly pre
pared to defend the lodge, tearing tne
; shooting on the grounds was a ruse
to. draw the guard away bo the main
body of attackers could reach the
Fnnoh Reoorted Calm
' ' '.-Viscount FrencTi was calm .through
out the shoo Ing, It was said. r
An early . sport that several bul
lofa atrunk tha lodge was denied today
Coming soon after the recent at
tack upon Lord French when a num
ber of men fired upon nis motor w,
. as he was going from the railway sta
in.n tr. Ma lodee. the Incident creat-
,i creat excitement in Dublin.
neonle visited the scene
' iooot ahnntine yesterday. ' The
' Ground was stained with blood where
! Boast and the civilian fell.
There was little inclination In
lublin to attribute the shooting af
tn. the Sinn Fein, although rum-
, ors that the younger radical group
in determined upon a reigu
J , Iniiail
mv. nt Rinn Fein leaders, it
'was said, are powerless to oppose the
radicals, who plan a series of sporad
ic outbreaks at widely separated
i t,nn. o oamnaign of con-
P01I1LH III ""H" ' - ...
.... i....nf eventually Will
lead to withdrawal of British force
The radicals are going auuut
EXPERTS OPENLY PICK i
OREGON AS WINNER IN
NEW YEAR'S DAY GAME
Close Saloons, Plea.
nn . rec. 29. With the
death toll from wood alcohol Plng
In Hartford coun y " ;r
Ainitnon nnn mi icaiou v
authorities ot tne vu -"-cities
to have all saloons closed for an
, t a Police today held
nine men in connection with sale of
dohol. colored " -em
whisKey. -- -- . . . hntel
with whiskey, were Tom
rGary Srtr, headed the
bary, i . Kn.o. Dolice,
ring whicn boiu iu ' -
stated. Ten deaths have resulted In
Chicago from drinking wood alcohol
during the last ween.
Pasadena, Cal., Dec. 29. With the
Oregon football eleven in the best
nossible condition. Harvard this af
ternoon put in Its last hard scrimmage
before the New Years gridiron clas-
1p at Tournament Park Thursday.
The remaining days preceding the
big game will be devoted to ugnt
work. : '- . .
The crimson men have tne advant
age in weight, but Oregon has the
sneedier team. The Harvard players
have been perspiring freely at every
Viola Dana will be Harvard s mas-
good luck Impersonation for Oregon.
Both are motion picture pin
T...,.im.ni Park nas oeen in i"
mn nf lmnrovement. Thousands
hva been added to the grand
tan maklne the seating capacity
a (...) xn noo.
u.rnril eraduates are imiun
jn.. i,t the beat football
experts of the nation will b on hand
tor the encounter.
With betting practically even some
ported at 2 to 1 on nurv.. f
"k hava watched both
teams in practice are openly picking
Cam Finally Resumed.
Los Ansel. Cal., Dec Although
Jail attaches insisted Harry 8. New was
naar eol anse mis mornmn, m
was resume shortly after 10 o'clock.
Opening ot the trial was deiayea ten
minntaa bv New'a failure to appear In
court. When he did appear he sem
ht iittla more tired r naggara man
on previous aaya ne spose iu u
mnthar as he cams into coun.
, Attorneys said his condition 1s being
watched closely and future action at
nands on developments.
Albert mtnan, newaiwin" .
... th. rna wunroa vativtx n
ImmadlatelV pecame enBsu
in a lengthy argument ssto whether
Kathsn was competent! o testity
Ut.. annltv nr Insanity.
I The court finally had Nathan's tea
.'llmony postponed until this afternoon.
Cook Tells iTeumnu
'n.b n whb. cook at Banta
. i. ..nh. whare New had worked.
told of New's peculiar attitude toward
a niece of cake, a piate oi mw
vegetables,. team " "
reports Into final form. It expects
have hundreds of suggestions from
caollal. labor and the public It will
also have to aid It. reports ot otner
Investigations now being made.
Members of the commission are ao
termlned to stay In session until they
have brought about results they are
ptan tiivmi rmnira
Tha tentative report, which has
been before President Wilson ior
anma time and was given to the
country today, divides rougmy mw
TtM raloatatement tit Wrn. V '!
i. .it hkilnalat wfltl a tree an!
First, the commission declares the I , . R. hlin1 , u , a.
final solution of ths nations uinua. ,.
trial problem depends on the esiao- ot tne eoucauwiHu
llshment ot a thorouKh understanding prtment ot tha '- and -
and a closer relationship Deiwwn .commtailon as reeomm oy
capital and labor.
Second, th commission,
He said than once new
r,lSa nf cake. compiimai"
tha arnvih ot this relationship, pro
poses machinery to stop innaiw
conflicts. This machinery will con
sist ot a national tribunal of nine
mamhara and twelve regional irwu-
nala with broad powers to adjust ana
inmilr Into atrlkee.
Third, the commission -consiaora
that In the railroad tnrustry there
.h,.M ha anma menrlni of rcnuonsl-
hint tar regulation or rotes ana
The nrinciple of collective Bargain-
lng, on which the first Industrial con
Branca snlit. Is recognised.
Introducing lis reports tn commis
iitaiMratun ins neea
'nnr modern Imluatrial organlsS'
ttnn if It Is not to become a failure.
,. vinht to the lniUvlitvittl ar-
t.n.n a n Kfce 01 case, cumi""" " , antlafaot on Wltn iu
kin. An bnw aood It was and then . H M rei.tinnsUIn," th re
hraur It out the Window. , continues, "between employer
. . ... i v flll.A 1 . . .
Another time ne sato tnav i-- " uBtj employe In large inousr.-a ...
his plate with meat and vegetables and
then left It on tne tauie.
"Do you-ihlnn mere w
when New did not know the differ
ence between right and wrong!
tv.iih m aaked.
"When he tried to drive the tesm
over the apple, he didn't Knoww n
,iaht or wrong." Webb answered.
cot and Teddy Sampson will be the 1 Oregon as Thursday's winner,
only ' be promoted W the Utwrate
.,.i.tion of that relationship. Nt
only must th theory n "r -
.nmmltf b 1II H llO Otll, bUt
concept Of leadership must o saii-
niAnti. ohalrman Of the c
PndlnimtKJBoBi '-would create an lmi
aiiuatloa and could not ana w
Mi h prsalUCttT Of T'CU. ' '
oplnltw of Ifart.. Ja U H'en- .
member W owuii-". .
"I can no at' niW to be r
d by a recession ot t oo"
Its prevt action. - " " .
salvaa, yoursell WT C s i. ' '
other Inwrwrt". rt to air-
psrsaaally, d !' Jai" '
not believe the sportr nen of t
slat would enrtorae any uvb. dP-
sltloa of th question.
tlbowdowit t natmiwuw
"Personally I am continued that
this matter muat B i"an
am time and the olutloa
omnwnd would only pomnow
a lltll while and thcrtra i a
posed to Wand whr w are.' J
r. trton ot Klamath Palla, tka
fourth member ot th mitiisai
xpreas himself on wvrar -
went of Ktaley. f l
posed wov. i ;",V" " '
I, M. iln -wnrt .. ' "
-a .k.l. ritaanDroVat Ct th TaCOT -
niendatlon tn v
MESTED UPON I
111 POOL ROOM RAID
,ork of organization and Propagan
.... i in mnv tiarts of Ireland, it
..y Th name of one man who
T. - "...t T.nrd French" was
mentioned openly In Dublin.
'i By Ed L. Keen
"t.. ataff correspondent!
London, Dec. 29The Eovernmt
. ,.,oiiv fnrward Wlm
p an to" enforce Premier Lloyd-
'Geor's home rule plan for Ireland
Hespite yesterday's aPPare"nBren'X
of a "reign of terror," the Dally
"7T;; mvstery surround-
. '. fruTot"t nutbreak, newspaper
comment here today generally
Girls Runs Away
To Avoid Being
6 SUSPECTS HUD f OX
e- niavers are out of jail un
... f 125 each, and William
aer uuu w t
, ..t nmnrietor of a card and pool
in the baseemnt oi
Ix.. Angeles, Cal, Pec -" JE
son. are under Police
having po-lbl ."ku
By Ralph H. Turner
(United Press staff correspondent)
citv. Dec. . The su
Of Mexico Will aeeiu.
-.k.th.r William O.
......i tnr that nf mastership.'
With the declaration mat m i
llo Is becoming uneasy at th power
of great employer and mloye th
commission outline in
taliv plan tor trlk courts.
it th.. tnn woulit l a nauonai
dustrlal tribunal of nine memliers,
.i tahnr. three frnm th ni-
- ...A thras from th public
I""'"" fc frnm
With not mor tnnn
th same political party. This tribunal
would b a eourl or aifia
Th.r would also b U Indurtrtal
.... fni aach of th federal
- - .. 7 .... .nuld
reserve districts, a )
be appointed for h of these re-
death as Albert or"""' " glon wltn vice
1 Frioay mis".- aarv.
t.-. MVNMnr - . ......
,i I....... iiri, ruin 1 1 vtm - r .nttiinv
VOvm "V" , winnlnit rmnm V""-"...t.i i - ..,.rtl
ssrifh rPfflOII WUUtu ' -' r
nittir ----- Wiak
.Meratlem. and, to my
ins. was lb only "'" re" " ' T "
mmU.lon to do." write - - -J-
daclar. that to rit fn"'
ly. .h. farther Kivalir.8
sal aouen " "-
Wow Kwihh Tirm
men lar.S that ' T"1''
. w a i i BianaKmti)ii lm
m irra ninu ... --
napartmant wflti1 erra
problem l 0nr.e
. i -..AH'tiivailnn
, J Norwood VTrved a term beginning
that norwnou r,nn nntlcn-
When her father,ded-for en
tertaining a young
10 O ClOCK DSIU11". -
house at 10 o cio rc0, ftg9
pLallni,r. at 2i25 North Liberty
i a, a -
room i ,,. 0.rt .,, 1S davs
bu,ldlng - Sk. American consular rJ
High streets, was awaiting wlln collusion with bandits
day as a result of a raid " ,.. .K.1M,..d him, shall be
wno receii.'j . . nr the
of Puebla. it was learned
Julio Mitchell, prosecuting
'"of Puebla. who ha. been collect
street, ran w marched.
All that nig'". hnt it de-
.rZipea wUh a,
io . I t-tllB
. it. n rannn i ... HmA
for with somd suspicion-.ww lnineBar
.j rian imsn rauivo . fronts
4d 5.. vice regal lodge. Pre:!nlght
lp for a second attempt on .
of Lord French.
was found but
veloped mat """"; called in an
ettnt the suicide or
flight from t Qiscovered that
Officer n""'r::,-A n went to
Rose had a girl Tbere wa
,rtDh r a.nedThatshe couldn t
Kose. k. wlth her iau.
day a - . nm)1
o'clock Saturday ntgai ' . '
hall by Chief of Ponce v.
fr Moreloc, Livock, bond was .
at $50. All seven men ...- -
are: Elmer .
. rhinf Var-
The raid was made w.
ney received an , whlch
m(.age mat -d. wa. In
.. mat nninv sv-o-
n" ,7l lnTh."snn Ouenl.n
Jy for burglary In Ix
.L. h. had been connected with I
. . . i . I -Intra In thS Pt-
,e'?s wl how.v".r. sou..y declare.
thafsh. first knew b.
-convict wnen p......
ye snd mployr
rate a cur.;. -to-.
lib th -
'par- of ti. d.Prtm-n whh n
. .. -.in h j.DM-led to
by th secretarla or mmiwi" . ,.lUrtt rintet. con-
labor, publlahad. and twt - taM JST '""hln
mmlaiu would l s"w'
"'"Vllav. th. ommlt. l
nf paaalns UP"" ,
and! Hon Involved
n .ii 4 Kactanrant And
Hotel Are uamagww'-
.ec 29. The ite
r.( Dec. was
Tan Driver Dies After c .
. Being Shot; Slayers Sought
Seattle. Wash., Dec. 2 1 hours
after be was f 01 ln.'""for the Be-
, tiotaon. driver ior
Dy nm.y -' Jack L. Mar-
. le.T"1lab rXPtandiedJ in the city
tin, loriii. r-o-
hospital here today.
. .. a.
j. , . a t
PEACE TIl - checkhere
. . with immediate raUfl
U tavor compromise on reservation, wl
of the peace - -aervatlons- -
cation, but only with all th.
niouoj - k, olace,
pjrogress - the ftr.
cers had n v- wher
fngUtohave been In
PThr. check covering th. baa ff ,
the men arrested that
Chief vamey --'- . . harm.
while be was would not
less game of tjezel',d thttt tt
tolerate "" ,.".- , foolish, to
not""" ,ir. as
" . J. . hi. tlaath.
ihi. priminn. t.,-... .
. . . n rna i " ....... iai it waa m
a teoerai p0llc. are
in tha Jenkins cae,
. hi. work Vd turned all daia
pleted his work a He
over to ,nd more
. j -.. k. hall TOUIIU ' . .
uma, ....mat Jenkins.
AGED RECLUSE f 01)1
.- nf reveng possibly Decaitse of
STL'h.T alven UP th. gngtr
lilii...... , Mat nnrall US.
,lf, and had turwow .
Lelrmon, "'".?: ... hunt for
Sacramento to '
FIRST HtniUG luDAi
': . i. ..A in iha nresl.
lr publication suomiwr-
dent. Order of names on th panh)
would b determined by lot . .
..... ... . rfi.nuia aroaa ina Ta-""
board on own Inltlall. or at th
rsquest of th. natlot.al tribunal, th.
rwu " " . . . .a.i.i nun-
scriary or lauor, or -""" , '
a ..iri aii noon earn l to
rrntativ. After .hole.
of repreaanlallve two w-u. .
an from tb. pul P miiMj"
Zl .nd'tha. with b. region..
chairman wouw i" '; -.
. .rfimrimant of tne stria.
A decision by thto board would hatr.
" - .. . i,.,ta amrment ana
""'"".::' . unanimous dwslslo"
ra"".: T.ufd b. .PPomwd and
i." . . mM ha th um.
..... . . J , U.M
new baa b.' pr-'
cltang. my blind."
Denying himself .ve-th.nece-t.e.
0, f. that h. m g- - w have
Wilson s '-""-- the coal eon
n,.lr. Into all angles or m
would be i
Portland, Of., r" gtreet. was
kitchen. 24 North Second
damaged to the e. of t.
morning M -O and two rooms
restaurant was 8 above the
L r:hn n.dewe damaged.
attempt stamp out 'pl9r,
.u.n this was dons the c j-
;ouid congregate secretly ana
meager gains Is
ni WW.-- -
eoaud Jacoo ' th, Jefferson
Mins In a rude shack !",..
. . m ... t n
a Oerinsn. r
afbSf arrested at 1 Coroner
IE r wTound Monday mornlnj
were bring! ng W w,, and
fnroner Clougn o,
v and mak. rw.t.nr..r.dU..
first meeting i "
o. .frA" -r."h 'd pMf rvtr? ::r.u rv(r. c,,
Oally train rvit.
" wrd. th boardi"-"'" . th. HUM
csa l t "".. . ;.. -Uh afP-"-.'-.-. ,. U..i;.-"
wuuld necuin- - ; miao'"
,;t willing to .":.ard i" m"'"Z.. u, iwtt
a sd tb. r.Pr..n.-Ov, from MM oi,ulh,rn H4 "
. willing to arblirat. A lfl'Uu. n.lt... b
a.. k.u..adil 4l A
"f would inv.
t ...lln Nil OD-
Chicsgo. pw. -Bf.r. "'"...r.d ..btwi wort. ataw
i of tn ""' ..... Iltat nv- - ' . ,a km r,.t. s.
: 2 ll.l. nd atcapia"".
tb Old '
lb railroad nod.'
'rJ derVd. tMr attuud. "n of work would -ftoT un
a.-.ir . . No in;
vock r other Places Clougn ----- - t to be. .
lwino . known quest , natural cause. '"
m.v where card play"1 ' ., ...th cam by ,orr " .... to sath
Hit Irwin " .
. .i.tsr Into OWiui wr i Aeeermnf "
mrnvm 1h ml l"l . .HiatntmUonil
Bituminous mm- -w- - - ,ng r. "
8r favor ratification, but only without .n,
pposed to ratification In
in any torm-
th' city where f msny. death cam , by n..- t wth
. -f wa.Tv.dent ;-tw bad bursts
out . haar on an .
he ira.WrTw that had
rrt of the ram . t. idl.
tuminou. . tis la
fMr the .war- oj b, th.
"" ""a ,k, operator.
" T,0 demand creation of . new
anned to demana r1(ll,nfs
noment before. Ind-
wr, . . nil tna
clrcuiaieu --- - for
tne u- . ....
in several PCV.. or abnut 14000
. had a rcelP t ' ,a M
av bono 1" M r ,n tift
The trial oi 0.cloci(, but
Monday morning at Wedne.
was postpone! -
PBEaors METALS CTOI.
' . r U. Plati-
perth Amboy, " . ft40 is miss
,m and gold ... on-
: v kin
--.r. local bank, eau-
a - J laAAfl
M '. ..l
.ki Jt is
' the Plant of in
tng tooaj rhemlcal eomi-"'
Dnr4tvf pr Pancrs Increase
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Aihis ha no ...h could durwn .n- r - ,,,.,, od cnr-
W far ha held St th p .rt,d M f
ondertaama - he ,,.4 reclui
count f tb '"C,;f7h, H-
auction th trf , .a rhra-
'Jnding Id Tr.'rVr.lng.e l
..ndertaking ",! rectus'. "mb. Jl Pry-..
on. region, uu" "
d. ... ...nolnt re-
member 'T; would hav.
IX year r....-.
P""' w wur:l,i. B,.eblnry
?Z b." T H
r-. Af Tirt! Meelis2 Of
liiut. v it. J.
retd at ... y t'tropl
th.t It,a aro-nd I. t
nop w. o train cam..
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. siietlPl T. h.id tl. fin
l nail " ''!,rtall"t'n
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ier HSW."-! : - " i'chrlt
. the reaun v. - . .he imii--,-. rwi-emb
i . . 1 Tn " . tit nn " M rf.tf aiv
'for Moyll- - - ,7-Vt. I- ;pea,.reary.
train along inm throuBb
ai.4 who ,h. train.
w.r "P" J far a. K
liufur " , tn. re0,wnrt
a that trip ' Th. ,p,,-al
tb " (ulot,t. State.
w " .f to get K
""" " . .--jail to .
,,. tb t lb.
aothorttle ha " "
P"tlU"" .ltn Will lnrl-
u.n S ' ' i . ... TOOT.
,r tnrwi - . nnat. ewnia r -
December I. " ,j per y'-
nleht Th ' ""y was found ."
Sfgn and mall to cap.-