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DAI1Y CAFITAL JOPBITAL, 8A1EM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 11)13.
Some of the Events of the Year
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The Events of the World
TWO ATTACKS ON TURKEY.
A Summary of Afl'ulrs Abroad and
at Home Miscellaneous Happen
ings Accidents Storms and Ship
16. Tho United Stntes government wnrned
Cuba that political disturbance on the
Island muBt cease.
12. Tbe Mnncliu dynosty abdicated the
throne of China by an edict vesting
the sovereignty In the people.
14. Arizona proclaimed a stato of the
15. Yuan Shlh Kal elected president of the
21 Roosevelt formally announced thnt he
would accept tho Republican nomina
tion If offered him.
10. Yuan Shlh Kai Inaugurated provision
al president of China.
18. Judge Malilon Pitney of New Jersey
was Installed as associate Justice of
the United titates supreme court
The state department warned the Mex
icans that thoir country will be held
responsible for the protection of Amer
Qen. Dennett II. Young elected com
mander In chief of tho United Confed
Tho Danish crown prince proclaimed
king nB Christian X.
Tho BoclRllst nutlonal convention at
Indianapolis nominated Eugene V.
Debs and Emll Suldcl for president and
President Tuft Informed the Cuban
government thnt tho United titates
would not Intervene In Cuba.
Republican national convention met In
President W. H. Taft and Vlco Prosl-
dent James S. Sherman renominated
by the Itepubllcnn party.
Domocratlo national convention mot at
for president by
by the Demo
tion at Balti
more. The national
vention met at
By a vote of 66
to 23 the United
declared that by American Prem
William Lorl- Association.
mer of Illinois
had not been
duly elected to that body.
J. The United Stales senate warned for
eign nations against acquiring naval
mllltnry sites near United Slates pos
sessions, 6. National convention of'the Progressive
party met nt Chicago.
7. Theodore ltoosevelt and Illram John
son nominated by the Progressive na
tional convention at Chicago.
26. Second regular session of tho 62d con
13. Judge Alfred II. Ileers of Connecticut
elected coininandcr In chief ut tho O.
A. R. at Los Angeles.
10. Dr. Alexis Cnrrcl of the Rockefeller
Instltutu waB awarded tho Nobel prize
of t.';:,ix) for achievement in surgery.
16. Peace protocol signed by Italy and
Turkey, bringing to un end the war
6. Governor Woodrow Wilson of New
Jersey nnd Ouvernor Thomas It. Mar
shall of Indiana elected president and
vlco president on the Democratic tick-
' ct by nn overwhelming electoral ma
jority. Popular vote: Wilson, S.lM.HSj
RoiiKcvell, 3,'.CM40; Taft, 3,376.1!;!; Debs,
C73.7S3 (approximate); Challu. ltlj.liH.
16. Treaty between (ircat llrltaln nnd the
United States adjusting the north At
lantlo fisheries controvsrsy ratified In
I Last session of the O.'d congress
6. President Taft recommended measures
to strengthen the army and nuvy In
his nnnuul message to congress.
B. Woodrow Wilson's 66th birthday cele
brated at Staunton, Va where he was
born In 187,0.
31. The commercial treaty of 1832 with
Russia, which was nbrngutod by the
United Stntes, ternilnutud.
t Kohlemnlnen of Finland won Mara
thon nnd championship of the world
nt Edinburgh; time 2 hours 32 minutes
Harney Itellly broke tho record of the
Htoughton slide (ski) at Milwaukee
with a 137 foot Jump.
26. Oeorgo Ilonhng ran 6.000 meters In 16
minutes 4-6 seconds In Now York, a
Pat Macdonatd heavod an 18 pound shot
44 feet and a half Inch In New York, a
Jack Kller mndo a new record In a 75
yard hurdle raco In Now York; time I
3. Willie Jloppe rotalned his tltlo of
world's champion nt 18.2 balk line till
1 Hards by defeating George Sutton 600
to W) In New York.
10. Tho world record of 6 feet 814 Inches
for Indoor high Jump beaten by 8. C.
Lawrence, who leaped 0 feet ift Inches
tt Klllmne defeated Attell In a 20 round
contest for the featherweight cham
pionship at Los Angeles, CuL
11. Arthur Postlt, famous professional
runner, mads a 160 yard dash In 14 !
lecoflds and' a 200'yard dash" In TT ec
ands at Auckland, New Zealand. Both
are world's records.
L Oxford won the annual race with Cam
bridge on the Thames; time for 4Vi
miles, 22 minutes 3 seconds.
11. Major league baseball season opened.
19. Mike Ryan of the New York Athlotlo
club won the annual American Mara
thon at Boston, covering the 25 mile
course In 2 hours 21 minutes 18 1-6 sec
35. Jerome D. Travers. defended his title
of champion by defeating Oswald
Klrkby at the Metropolitan (Jolt asso
ciation tournament at Short Hills,
27. Abel R, Klviat mado a new record by
running the 1.600 meter race In 3 min
utes 69 1-6 seconds at New York.
1 James Duncnn made a new record
with the dlscus-145 feet S'i Inches.
Klviat van 1,600 meter race In 3 min
utes 60 4-6 seconds In New York city,
beating his own record made May 27.
6. Tngalle won the English Derby at Ep
som. 8. Mark 8. Wright cleared 13 feet 214
Inches In a pole vault at Cambridge.
Oswald Klrkby defeated Jerome D.
Travers at Atlantic City for the Now
Jeisty golf championship.
2L Harvard won varsity eight rowing race
from Yale at New London.
20. American marksmen won the Inter
national shooting competition at the
Olympic games In Stockholm! grand
aggregate score of 1,6X8.
Cornell won all three boat racing events
at Poughkeepsle varsity 8 oared race,
4 miles, tlmo 19 minutes 21 2-6 seconds;
varsity 4 oared race, 2 miles, tlmo 10
minutes 84 1-6 seconds; frcshmnn 8
oared race, 2 miles, time 9 minutes,
L Miss May Sutton won the clay court
tennis championship of the United
States by defeating Miss Mary Brown
1 Jack Johnson defeated Jim Flynn In
tho 9th round for the heavyweight
championship at East Las Vegas,
Ad Wolgast declared winner In a 12
round contest for the lightweight
championship, defeating Joe Rivera at
Los Angeles, Cal.
6. Formal opening
of tho Olympic
gnmcs at Stock
holm. 7. Jim Thorpe of
won the pen
tathlon In the
11 Ted Meredith
tho 400 meter
race In the
making a new
time 48 Beconds,
11 K. K. McAr
thur of South
Africa won the
thon at Stock
holm. Photo by American
16. America won Pre8s Association.
tho track and Jim Thorpe,
field moot at
Stockholm with 128 points to Sweden's
104 and England's 66. Thorpe, the In
dian, won the decnthlon.
22. Olymplo games ended. Sweden won
with a total of 133 points; United
Stntes, 129; England, 70. United States
led In firsts with 26; Sweden second
U Arthur Chnpple ran a motorcycle a
mile In 891-6 seconds and 30 miles In
21 minutes 38 4-6 seconds, both records,
at Brighton Reach, N. Y.
2. Ernest Harry, the English champloa
Bculler, defeated Hlchard Arnst of Aus
tralia over the Thames course for the
chumplonshlp of the world.
4 Arthur Chappie drove a motorcycle a
mile In 38 1-6 soconds at Brighton
Beach, beating hlB own record of July
1, Joromo Travers won the amateur golf
championship of tho United Stntes, de
feating Charles Evans, Jr., at Whea
ton, 111., in the final round.
18. Tho Chicago Americans defeated Phil
adelphia at Chicago, Insuring the
league pennant to the Boston Red Sox
for tho world's series,
27. The New York club of tho Natlonnl
baseball league cinched tho pennant
by defeating the Boston club In New
York, 8 to 3.
!9. Mnlt Mctirath made a new world's
record by throwing a 16 pound hammer
a record distance of I'M feet 6 Inches;
former record ISO feet 1 Inch.
1 Ralph De I'altna won the Vanderbllt
auto cup on tho Wauwalosa courso,
Wis.; tlmo 4 hours SO minutes 31.64
tanco about 300
j- 3 team won tho
i J53 W" i International
t . j cricket match
uy a margin or
192 runs In Now
Curtis of Bos
ton won tho nn
ship ut Man
by a score of
8 up and 2 to
In the opening
game of the
world's series at
New York the
Photo by American
Boston Americans, with Joe Wood In
the box, defeated the New York Nov
tlonnls by a score of 4 to 3.
16. Boston Bed Sox won the final game In
the world s championship series, do.
featlng New York Quints I to 3 at
13. Willie Kolehmalnon, th Finnish cham
pion, mado a new record In Marathon
racing by running tho distance In 3
hours 29 minutes 39 1-6 seconds in New
ark. N. J.
Harvard defeated Princeton In the an
nual game at Soldiers' Held, Cambridge,
10 to 3. Wisconsin defeated Chicago, 30
to 12. nt Madison.
Carlisle Indians defeated Army, 27 to
0, nt West Point. Pennsylvania won
over Michigan, 27 to 21, at Philadel
phia. 16. The annual football game of Yale and
1'rlneeton resulted In a tlo score of 6
to 6 nt Princeton. Pennsylvania de
feated Curllslo Indians, 34 to 26, nt
Philadelphia. Wisconsin defeated Min
nesota nt football, 14 to 0, at Minneap
olis. Michigan won over Cornell ut
Ann Arbor, 20 to 7.
L Harvard football team defeated Yale,
20 to 0. at New Haven. Chicago won
over Minnesota, 7 to 0, at Chicago.
1. Ad Wolgast defeated for the light
Weight championship by Willie Rltdilo
In 16 rounds nt Daly City, Cal.
Pennsylvania won at football over Cor
nell, 7 to 2, at Philadelphia.
I. Blx day bicycle race began In Ntw
1 Hostilities between the Balkan states
and Turkey were begun by a clash on
the frontlor north of Adrlanople.
8. Montenegro declared war against Tur
key. 10. The Montenegrin army captured Detch
ltch mountain, on the road to Scu
tari, with nearly all of the TurklBh de
fenders. 13. Bulgaria presented to Turkey the ulti
matum or the
17. Turkoy declar
ed war upon
Servla and Bul
joined the army
at the front.
22, Battle at Kirk
21 The Turks re
Kirk Kllise. be
ing driven out
by the Bulga
Servian army defeated the Turks at
8. Greek troops captured Salonlkl from
17. Desperate Bulgarian attack In front of
Constantinople repulsed by the Turks.
18. The Bnlkan allies captured Monastir
from the Turka.
26. Delegates representing Turkey and the
Bnlkan states met near Constantino
ple to confer on peaco.
28. Servian troops seized Durnzzo, an Al
banian port on the Adriatic bco.
1 The Bn!kan league powers, with the
exception of Greece, signed an armls
tlco with Turkoy.
'STORMS AND EARTHQUAKES
6. A blizzard raged In the Mississippi
valley from Kansas to the lakes; 11
persons frozen to denth.
18. England blizzard bound, trafllo tied
up nnd telegraph lines wrecked.
20. 7 deaths In a tornado which swept over
20 lives lost In a windstorm which
swept over Loulslnna and Mississippi.
The mlddlo west struck by a blizzard
which in Borne places waa the worst In
The Atlantic coast swept by a wind
traveling nt the rate of over 90 miles
an hour and often over 100 miles.
A tornado raged over Texas, Kansas,
Mississippi and Missouri, causing
heavy loss of life and property.
The south Atlantlo coast states swept
by a hurricane; many deaths; trallla
2,000 squnre miles Inundated by a flood
In the Mississippi; damage estimate
$10,000,000; 40.000 homeless.
Near 100 people killed by cyclone In
Illinois and Indiana.
Oklahoma swept by a tornado; 31 dead.
Tornadoes swept over Missouri and
Ohio; loss of lives 30 or mote.
Ncnrly the entire city of Guanajuato,
Mexico, destroyed and about 1,000 lives
lost as the result of a cloudburst
Reglna, the "Wheat City" of Sas
katchewan province, almost entirely
ruined by a cyclone; 60 to 70 deaths;
property loss estimated at 111,000,000.
A cloudburst at Denver caused 11.000,-
The mining towns of Mazuma and 8ev
eulroiighs, Nov., woro nearly wiped
out by a cloudburst: many persona
A cloudburst caused damage In south
west Pennsylvania; mines Hooded and
a wldo area Inundated; iiiuny duutha
Snow fell In Pennsylvania.
An earthquake In Turkey destroyed
3.oiW lives. Adrlanople und Gulllpoll
A cloudburst centering nt Nlles, Mich.,
caused damage uf 11,000,000.
Typhoon In Cheklnng province, China,
caused a losa of 60,000 to 70,000 lives.
A death roll of 60 and a property loss
of $.ri.OKi,ooo resulted from n storm and
clotiilbuiHt In the Pnnhnndlo district of
Pennsylvania. West Virginia nnd Ohio,
killed nnd 21 hurt by n cloudburst
which struck a Northwestern pussen
ger train near Green Bny, Wis.
A typhoon In Japan caused a loss of
Loss of 1:5,000,000 in a typhoon In the
Hurricane followed by a tidal wave
struck the Island of Jamaica; over 100
Earthquake on the Paclfle coast; se
vere in Mexico, with heavy loss of Ufa.
Heavy snowstorms piuvnlled In th
lake states and the Mississippi valley.
& New Mexico proclaimed a stnte In the
12. A battalion of United States troops
Bnlled from Manila for China.
18. Charles W. Morse, the banker, freed
from Atlnnin penitentiary on a pnrdon
by tho president.
22. Rutherford Page of Now York killed
in a Curtlss biplane at Los Angeles,
the first fatality In the United Status
1 The hulk of the battloshlp Maine waa
floated nt Havana.
14. 41 oltlclnls nnd ex-offlclals of tin In
ternational Association of Bridge and
(Structural Iron Workers arrested In
vnrlous parts of the country charged
w ith complicity In a dynamite conspir
acy !L Juiigfrnu railroad tunnel, In the Alps,
pierced at an altitude of 13, cu) feet,
w here a station Is located.
27. Juarez, Mexico, captured by Insur
gents against Madero'a government,
1. Strike of 1,000,000 British minors In a
dispute over wages.
7. Amundsen, the explorer, announced
that he reached tho south polo on Dec,
13. End of the strike of mill operatives nt
Lawrence. Mass., which began Jan. 11,
16. The hulk of the battleship Maine was
sunk with Imposing ceremonies off the
coast of Cuba.
SI. Chicago meat packers declared not
guilty of violating the anti-trust law.
t Calbralth P. Rodgers, aviator who daw
from tha Atlcntlo to the Paclflo In 1911,
killed In a flight at Long Beach, Cal.
I English Miners' Confederation aban
doned thetr coal strike.
10. The White Star liner Titanic, largest
passenger steamer aHoat, sailed from
Southampton on her maiden voyage
for New York.
16. Miss Harriet Qulmby, the American
air woman, flew across the English
channel, the first woman to accom
plish the feat.
30. Cable ship Mackay Bennett with her
cargo of 190 of the Titanic dead re
covered from tlie sea reached Halifax,
18. Coal miners' convention at Wllkes
barre adopted an agreement with mine
owners nnJ ended the strike; 170,000
miners resumed work.
1. Philip O. Parmnlee killed In aviation
flight at North Yakima, Wash.
3. President Taft welcomed the visiting
division of tho German navy to Amer
ican waters at Fort Monroe, Va.
10. The squadron of three German war
ships visiting the United States steam
ed Into the Hudson, escorted by four
19. Capt. Dubois und Lieut. Albert Pei
gnan, oltlcers In the French army,
killed when their biplanes collided In
midair at Douai, France.
L Miss Harriet Qulmby, tho first woman
to cross the English channel In an
aeroplane, killed In flight nt Boston
2. The great dirigible balloon Akron ex
ploded In flight at Atlantlo City, N. J.,
killing 5 aeronnuts, Including Melvln
Vaniman, her pilot.
t. The memorial llglithouso to commem
orate the tercentenary of Champlain's
discovery of the lake which boars his
name, was unveiled at Crown Point,
16. Herman Rosenthal, New York gam
bler nnd accuser of the police, shot
dead In the street.
29. The balloon Uncle Sam, which left
Kansas City on the 27th, landed at
Manassas, Va., having traveled 926
miles, beating 6 competitors In the
Bennett elimination ruce,
10. United States army maneuvers began
12. Mulal Halld, the sultan of Morocco,
abdicated tho throne; Mulal Youssef
was proclaimed sultan.
17. The war game ended at Newtown,
24. President Taft signed tho Panama ca
nal bill regulating the canal tolls.
18. Gen. Count Marosuke Nogl, tho Japa
nese hero of Port Arthur, and his wife
killed themselves at Tokyo becauso of
the death of tho emperor.
26. The Oolh annivorsary of the meeting
of 14 governors on the 2uth of Septem
ber, 1SG2, at Altoona, Pa., was cele
brated In that city.
30. Th) Pulitzer Bchool of Journalism at
Columbia university opened in New
1. Trial of the dynamite plotters at IjOS
Angeles Oct 1, 1910, was begun In In
dianapolis. 11 Col. Theodore Roosevelt was shot nt
Milwaukee by a would be assassin
named John Sehrank.
16. The city of Vera Cruz, Mexico, arose
In rebellion against President Madera.
Gen. Felix Diaz, nephew of ox-Pres.
dent Diaz, was at the head of tho In
surrection. 23. Vera Cruz, Mexico, recaptured from
the Insurgents by federal forces.
26. Lieut. Charles Becker of the New
York police found guilty of the mur
der of Herman Rosenthal on July IS
In New York city.
30. The French bnlloon Plcardle won the
James Gordon Bennett cup by a flight
of 1,301 miles (a world's record) from
Stuttgart, Germany, nearly to Moscow,
10. James Bryce,
sador to the
12. The prime min
ister of Spain,
shot dead In the
streets of Ma
drid by an an
archist. 21 The board of
tho railway en
pay decided In
favor of the en
gineers. James Bryco.
27. Governor J. A. Dlx pardoned A. T.
Patrick, under a llfo sentence for the
murder of William .Marsh Itlce In 1900.
t The rnrlflr railway merger dissolved
by the United States supreme court for
violation ut the anti-trust law.
1L Onrros, French aviator ascended 19,032
foet, n world's record, at Tunis.
13 A federal law regulating all communl-
cntlon by wireless telegraphy wont Into
It. The United Mine Workers of America
met In annual convention at Indian
29. The American Academy of Political
Social Science mot In Philadelphia.
L Colonial Dames mot In Washington.
7. United Confederate Veterans met at
21. Sons of the American Revolution met
26. Genernl Federation of Woman's Clubs
met at San Francisco.
I. 60th nnnunl convention of the Nation
al Education association met at Chi
11 The International Typographical un-
iun met at Cleveland, o.
. The Spanish-American War Veterans
were In session at Atlantic City, N. J.
10. The American Bankers' association
met In Detroit.
The national encampment of th O. A
R. met nt Los Angeles, Cal.
30. American road con. ess mot at Atlan
L International conservation congress
met nt Itidlnnnpolls.
U. Tho W. C. T. U. met In Portland, Or
11. American Federation of Labor met at
Rochester. N. Y.
13. The Daughters of the Confederacy In
nnnunl session In Washington.
X Natlonnl Woman Suffrage association
met in rnuaui-iphln.
I The governors mot In annual confer
ence at Itlrhmnml
f7. The American Association For Labor
Legislation met In Huston.
10. The American Association For the Ad
vancement of Science met In Cleveland.
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telling of the Greatest Bargains
of the Greatest Sale Ever
Held in Salem
Eugene, Or., Jan. 2. Expenditure of
I ,r(j(j,)00 In improvements of varloii3
sortn; nn Inrrenso of 14 per cent In
postolllee receipts, which Incidentally
littvo more than doubled In tho past
nix yearn, nnd nn Increase of 6.2 per
cent In tho (leposllg In tho banks are
llenis of Kiigene's growth Hint are in
cluded In tlio annual review of the
Of the money spent In construction
work, KdM.uuo goes for public Im
provements, paving of residence)
slfceta being Uio principal item. In
addition to the paving sewer work to
cost $20i),ii(i0 is under way nt tills
tlmo. A trunk sewer Is being con
structed to drain two sections of the
city nnd also connecting with tho
present sewer aystem so a to carry
nil sewage well below tho city before
turning It Into the river.
A second $,'.00,000 went for the re
construction and construction of street
railways. The third $500,000 has been
What Shall a Man Drink ?
A question much In tha public, mind nowadays Is "What shall a man drink?" Or rather, what
may he drink? "Water," you say, "of course." But the purity of our water supply Is the problem
In every large city. Ab an old provorb puts It: "God defend ma from the still water, and I'll
keep myself from thorough." Quite recently the people of New York have been warned against
the water by the head of tho Health Department, and have been urged to boll It before drinking.
Hnve you ever thought of the enormous cost and labor this would Involve, if It were carried Into
general practice? Tho fuel, tho Implements, the lifting, fetching; the serving and replenishing
on every floor of every tonement; In every restaurant and office; In public- places and drinking
fountains. Truly It Is a "counsel of perfection," which la practically hopeless.
Why Drink Water When JYou'JCan Get SALEM BEER
"It Is In the broworles that sanitation has been brought to na nearly perfect condition as It Is pos
Bible In a food-producing establishment. The wntcr used In the material Is distilled. The hops
nnd malt are absolutely clean before being permitted to enter Into the manufacturing process. The
vats, pipes, eto are not merely washed, but scalded and thoroughly storlllzed. And as If that were
not enough, when the beer 1b placed In bottles it Is pasteurized by bolng run through hot water,
which would kill evory germ which might have escaped the warfare conducted against it In the
process of manufacture. The person who opens a bottle of beer Is assured absolutely that what
he baa before him is a product absolutely free from germs and perfectly clean. It Is also true
that he mny know that he has before htm the only manufactured food article which may be said
to be absolutely clean."
Salem's Famous Dottled Deer Is especially brewed for domestlo use. Its alcohol contents are Just
sufficient to plonsantly stimulate and Invigorate.
SALEM BREWERY ASS'N.
in This Paper
spent for building of residences and
business houses. The number of build
ing permits for 1912 is nearly 40 per
cent greater than for tho previous
year but because of the greater num
ber of residences, and fewer large
business houses, the total valuation Is
several thousand less. Then, too, tho
permit for the Methodist church, at
$90,000, was Issued in 1911, although
the greater part of the work was dona
Itliiltn .Northern Sold.
UNITED 1'ltESS LEASED WIIIB.J
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 2. Tho Idaho
Xorthern rnllrload, at present In op
eintlon between Nampa and Murphy
and Nampa and Emniett, an extension
to which Is being built to the Payette
hikes, has been purchased by the Ore
gon Short Line, according to authori
tative reports received by Iiolse rail
road men last night. Short Line offi
cials hero neither deny nor affirm tho
report. The price paid Is said to have
been over $1,000,000.
It Is reported tho Short Line and
Knrrlman system money will complete
the extension of the road to tho lakes,
a distance of 100 miles, and then pro
ceed to build north to tho Salmon riv
er, taking advantage of a water grade
down that stream to the Snake, and on
west to Icwlston, giving Idaho Its
first north-and-sottth state railroad.
Tho southern extension to the Idaho
Northern, or Dewey road, as it is call
ed, will result In tha railway bolng
built to Homedale and on to Wlnne
nuicca, Nev., making direct connec
tions with the Southern Paclflo and
giving Idaho an outlet to California
and South Pacific points.
Mount Vernon Flooded.
UNITED PllltSS LEASED WIRI.
Mount Vernon, Wash., Jan. 2. Eight
square miles of the Padllia bay dis
trict was flooded Tuesday and Wed
nesday by a swelling high tide and
salt water blown over tho dlkoB bv
a high southeast wind. Poultry and
other livestock were drowned. Mlll
jtown und Heaver marsh also sustained
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flui lintcctlwi. It
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"f flu yearn, and
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tank' It tdtionurtlt
It (impprly rtiiuls.
frit of ilinll.ir
name. Dr. L. a.
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tn ( pal If nt:
"At you littles
will tine tbero.
(Inurilttil'a rprnim' a lh lutat tikf-mfiil nf all th
kin prnimrilon." Kr nnle by all dniKRiitta and Fancy.
Uouda Dcaleri Id tho Uolud Htatu, Canada aud Europft.
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