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Bt ttamt any falt of
bat of t ma In Cn-
Sh who bar refused k Indorse the
BMUrae of X attorn ami lk treaty of
The civilized world ts wrkinc,
, fcader the treaty of peace-Aitwln (
'dose Km failed to Uk her part In the t
. -iiir 01 me world. Tlie rouneen
'pefeU. laW Wn by the President, j
re acclaimed by Democrat and He- I
n alike, but the ItapvMtoan
Seeate hofd. up tXe treaty for the I
PSirpoe of a f fei tnj tie coming- jf
' "-The Tammany onranlsatlon li 16
eHned, to t nrty-fifly with the
wjgmen. even In the stleetlon of ntter
attea. Th male members of the
jfijartet of allernalea deckled upon
are Bsrsard Reltreimann. Dorouxh
,Jtrrfdent of Ilruottlyo, and Mauriee
Oonnolly, Borough President of
t3ecBs. Unless the women can ajrree
opfla their two delegates. It Is the In
t&Uen to retec-ale Mr. Connolly to
a honorable mention position. a'd
Cto the real honor to Mrs. Connolly,
j Mrs. John Sherwln Crosby, who
was third In vote of the women for
aolecate it large, announced her re
tlrtir.ost from the Ssht this morals?.
MRS. COLBERT MAY WITHDRAW
! HER NAME,
i She will go as a district delernto.
This cteared the way for Miss liar
let May MHs of ,8yracuic, who ran
fourth at the women's meeting. There
a speculation as to whether Mrs.
feSIs ibeth V. Colbert
RISKS L FE SAVINS
Repairer With Broken
rVrni Nearly Exh.Tisted When
Rescued by Tenant.
of Albanr. who
top nooors in mo women s con-
rentlon, win also withdraw. In any
ent, both men and women leaders
Jet that MUs EUlsabeth Marbury.
nmsny's selection, and Mien Mills
to be the women delegates at
An eleventh hour change In the
oxurrporitlon of the big four state It
cfi was made with Uie substitution
if'touls E. Dcsbeckcr of Buffalo for
Oliver Cabana of that city. Mr.
pesbeclur was formerly Corporation
Counsel of Duffalo and Is now a
member of the Board of Education
there. Gov. Smith, of course, is sure
Of beading the big four.
WILL FIQHT REPEAL OF DRY
V.- LAWS ON FLOOR.
JrTrs. Crosby is opposed to the
Adoption of a wet platform. Mayoi
Gebrgo R. Lunn of Schenectady,
when he heard that tho platform
coJssittee would recommend the re
peiP of the Prohibition amendment,
nnfiounccd "I will fight it on tho floor
of the convention. It Is suicidal for
thaiparty to take such a stand. Itv
1918 tho psirty went on record In this
Stale favoring a referendum of the
liquor question. Tho party elected
thaGovernor and Lieutenant Governor-
Ilud the people wanted tho
lltjijr question submitted to a votn
of jtio pcoplo they would have elected
a Pcmocmtlc etrlslaturo. Instead
they elected one Assomblyman from
upstate. That shows bow much the
people of this State want a Prohibi
A' Mt of shrewd political
camouflage staged for yestorday went
wrong, and the plans of the party
bosses were nearly upset Tammany
wanted Mios Mar bury on the "Big
four," but there was opposition up
State. Miss Mills was urged for the
place, Murpny aeciaea to tumo coin
If need be, and when the Democratic
women gathered hero yesterday, at
tffi coll of Mrs, John Sherwln Crosby,
they wern told that three names
should be selected for submission to
tho,convcnUon to-day and two would
Of course, Miss Vlarbury and Miss
Mills em to be on the list. The
tropica members of Tammany were
to took out for that.
MACHINE GOT OUT OF CONTROL
' But, oh, how inexperienced were
,they In handling the steam roller.
Mrs. John Crosby, who had her hand
'on the lever, and her foot on tho ac
celerator at all times, let go Just for
cm Instant Thtn the fun began.
"When It was over It was discovered
that, the Tammany selections wero
'eetopd and fourth In the list, and
although It was sugnested that they
tear up the ballots this wasn't done.
So Mr, Murphy will have to uso his
own steam roller to-day and put Miss
Marbury and Miss Mills on the "Big
Four without being able to say It is
the demand of the women voters.
' Mr. .Elizabeth Colbert of this city
will pot be mentioned, though she
led' ail the rest In the women's con
Tammany is wonderlag and debat
ing Just how far It can go in making
It Indorsement of the Wilson Ad
ministration perfunctory, but the
: pliiform Is to be strong in Indorsing
, Qvv. Smith's Administration
There la crnlni? tn be n. trnrlf? wet
- ,. , .- .. --
the Governor's message calling (or a
iefifrenoum In this State, and it will
also go Into the national ede of it.
JlWhlle certain up-State leaders are
JtiovlnB a decided coolness towards
Mr, Murphy, they are doing his hid
Joseph 'Mltthauer wan working 'n
the nievstor shaft of th Union BulM
in. No. 1) Union Square, thio ofter
tmon, trylrur to fix the counter
weights. He etood on the root of
ar e-levr-'or cage operated by Chnrlea
Itnrrlw-nle. At the ninth floor Mltt
hauer stepped off the car to a cross
Ik am near tho groove In which the
"Bun her down olow I want to lis
ten to thn wedrhta." he called to Bar
As Barrl scale, was approaching the
ground floor a file that Mltthauer
had been using came through on
opening In tho cage roof and at the
same moment Mltthauer screamed
"Baokl . . . For God mkj
. My arm's caiiHbt"
Parrlncalo ran the car up, "hcnrlng
the screams of MltUiauor constantly
At tho fifth floor ho heard Mitthauor
call, in a fainter voice:
"I'm getting weak I'll fall."
Borriscalo left tho car at tho floor
and ran up stairs.
Mearmhllo Joseph Ltpavsky. mnn
nger of tho Primrose Sweater Mill,
the ninth floor tenant, had opened
tho shaft door, run a plank across the
opening to tho beam, crossed it at
much peril to hlnuiclf for ho started
while tho car .was coming up toward
him. At still greater risk ho caught
the Injured Mltthauer, who was losing
consciousness, and In some way he
hardly understands bow got him
over to the floor.
Mltthauer was removed to tho
Bcllevuo Hospital, whero It was said
his loft arm may havo to bo ampu
tated, lie Is twenty-two years old.
Ills homo Is at No. 93 Knickerbocker
Buffalo Democratic Leader Discusses Politics KlUKK DI1TQ
With Governor's Wife and Mrs. Crosby x2umiLl u 10
CLE X. TILL
everything would havo been smooth
tailing for tho men. But, as stated,
despite tho verdict of the women's
convention, tho original slate is to go
There was no doubt at any time
that Tammany wanted Miss Marbury
named. That Miss Mills, nominally
her opponent was also on tho slate
became apparent when Miss Marbury
was placed In nomination by Mlns
Laura Cauble, formerly Deputy Com
missioner of New York City Public
Markets, and the nomination was
seconded by Mrs. Julia Sanders of
tho Eleventh Manhattan District.
Then Mrs. Sanders nominated Miss
Mills, and this was seconded by Miss
Ella Taylor of the Bronx.
But the generosity of the women
leaders In extending the franchUo to
everybody in tho hall was responsible
for the plans being so horribly upset,
that when Murphy was apprised of
what had happened he threw up his
hands in despair.
Tho convention being held In Al
bany, It was but natural that the
Albany women should be there In
largo numbers. After the women who
were oftlclally entitled to vote had re
corded their choices, some one said:
"There are a number of ladies wbo
have not voted."
"Wliv. come and vote." Invited Mrs.
Crosby, who was presiding. And tlicy
did. When tho ballots were counted
it rmmri that Mrs. Elizabeth Col
bert of Albany had ss voica, ansa
Mnrhurv 42. Mrs. Crosby 22, and Miss
Mills IS. Then It was discovered that'
many women from Albany who had
no credentials entitling them to a
vnte. Kmi voted by reason of tho kind
Invltntlnn extended by Mrs. Crosby,
and they had voted for Mrs. Colbert
the e own county (jnairman. wnorn
no Ono else had even suggested for a
placo and who had not uocn norm
Then it was suggested that tho bal-
lots be torn up. Nothing doingi
Cries of "packed convention" wero
heard, but the vote stood, and thi
problem was passed along to Mr.
Uurnhv and his advisors.
Later there wero reports that Mrs.
Colbert had withdrawn her name.
Also that the recommendation of her
name would be Ignored becauso of tho
Irregularity. Anyway, she appears to
CHAPELS ON TRAINS
IS BAPTISTS' PLAN
are the plans announeed. Former rcx
tA executives he. I t'n opern ting com
ixny. ami wit! b iipprl Kl by exist
ing (rs-anliatlons In the compahlc
'TUI VP l.
LAST OF DEBATE
i dopts Motion Made by Sen
- ator Lodge Reed- Attacks
WASnXNGTOJf. Feb. K. The- 8en
a ate to-day adopted a motion by Sen
X ator lodge to postpone discussion of
S3 rej'i'vattoa oa Article X of the
Lricue of KaUor.j Ooreaoot until 'l
I ether reservations have been dls
' posed of.
' Tiere was no debate. Senator
Ssven Churches on Wheels Now in
Operation Each Will Seat
CHICAGO. Keb. 23.
CHAPEL, Vars equipped with
living quarters for a mlnls
r ter and his fimily and
with seating accommn-l.utons
for ninety persons, will be built
for every railroad out of Chlcugo
"as money la available." accord
leg to an announcement to-day
by the Northern Baptist Church.
Seven sutb cars jlready are op
erating acroM the continent the
announcement said, and 1J.0OO
men and women have professed
conversion in them and SIT wero
2' Knox asked the purpose of the motion EmIfn & formfr v,ce presdent of
arj LOOge replied tsat "Os every- the Packard it o tor Ct Comiwny of I-
txxly Icncrws that tbia ts the chlof t.-oit of the orgKnlzatlon of Hare's Mo-
(Continued From First Pago.)
nfterward he satisfied her of his good
At this point the examination
veered into tho financial channels
for which It hod been called, and
Miss Brico testified she had two ac
counts at the United States Mortgage
and Trust Company and a email one
at tho Pacific Bank. Tho latter was
opened two weoks ago, with a $500
Tho other two accounts are under
the names Fannie Brico and Fannlo
Arnold. The formir la used for her
houi ekceplng expensea,
Mr. Myers then took up the question
of two checks totalling )0,6t0 which'
had been given her by her husband.
and which when Alio tried to cash
them Fob. 16 wore roturned marked
"Funds not available."
"When I aw that mark on them I
know that tltoy hod stopped Nick's
accounts, so I toro up the checks,"
said tho wltnoca.
This money, it was brought out
HARRIET M. MILLS,
WHO WILL BE ON
DEMOCRATIC "BIG 4."
S Ke- 2
ONE LITTLE DRINK
PUT WILLIAM FINK
OVER THE BRINK.
Rescued Old Lady on the Ice, Hei
Beautiful Daughter Tempted His
Thirst Judge Lets Him Go.
William Fink was arraigned to-day
in the Flatibush Court on a charge of
"Fink." said Magistrate Dale, bn
prcstsod by the man's sorrowful coun
tenance, "what have you got to my
for yourself r
"Your Honor,' was the reply, "this
exporience of mine simply goes to
show how a man's luck runs.
1 saw an old bdy slip and fall on
the Ico, I picked her up and carried
her to tier homo. Her daughter, a
loely Kflrtv with bluo eyes and golden
hair, produced a dark -bottle, and.
pouring some of the liquid into her
dear mother's mouth, quickly revived
her. The child offered mo a drink
and, although I am not a drinking
msn. I could not rofuso her. I took
one llttlo sip of the liquid and left
the house, followed by the blcsdhiga
of mother nnd daughter. The next I
rcmomfner is finding myself on the
sldcnvalk in 'he some condition as
fnat of the old lady when I picked
Go," said the MagsTate. hoarsely
he was rlstbly affected "seoience
' stance and S30.000 worth of United EDUCATORS CALL
was part of $1,000 which Miss Brico Btate3 Itubber and Great Northern, T?fT WAD PIM RPflQ
called "gambling house money" and
was given to her by Arnutoln.
Anothor dtipoilt of $650 aroused tho
attention of the examiner, wllo asked
her where It came from.
"Oh, that's my oalary for the
wcoH," sho explained.
proferred stock had been stolen un- I .
dor circumstances Identical with
'those surrounding the thofts carriod Campaign Against All Seditious
on by tho Cluck brothers, who havo
In tho latter case tho theft was
committed by a boy who had been
Organizations Urged at
CLWHAND, Feb. IS. A call
aueetioa la aontrovera-r I think K will
save tfeae U vc diapose of other rceer
vatioos flrsC" Senator Hltcbcoclu
cast Um only vc&o against the motion.
Tata aorp7St of treason must be
killed a second tbn" aajd I teed. In
opening dcuate. on Uxj treaty.
"One of the men who most as-
arduously misrepresented the League
cf Nations to the people of the Uni
ted States has Just been named
Secretary of State." said Senator
Bced. in speaking or the Colby nom
ination. "I simply remark that If he doesn't
know anything more about the league
and the foreign affairs of th.s coun
ry than he did when he was out In
my State making speeches, he needs
a long and painful course of instruc
tion. Senator Asburst came at once to
Mr. Colby's defense, declaring he
wanted to put Into the record "an
antidote for the poison Reed was try
ing to spread against the new Secre
tary or State."
"I think a mistake was made In
not nominating a Democrat." as
serted Senator Ashurst. "but you will
look a long time before you find a
better man than Mr. Colby."
tors as an operas nr cwnpmy to control
JuinUy tle Icon;ot:'., the A!-rccr and
lit .mpix Auiomwite uuinpanics.
tn fflMUt lnere.ue In outDut of Dfes
ent factories: development of a truck
line and Joint cor rol of the companies
, TV charm of the bedroom lies in
its ai:nophete of comfort and good
taste The distinctive Leauly of
invites repose, and momhfJ bringi
a buoyancy of spirits that follows
sound and restful dumber.
FRANK A. HALL & SONS
Specialists in Bedding
S3 West 45th SI., New York. N.V.
HE CARRIED BOOZE
IN A VIOLIN CASE
Row Over Sale of Three Bottles of
Brandy Leads to Arrest of
It was 12.45 A. iL in BrooMm.
Three shots rang out upon the midnight
air. Patrolman Jfen Hecrey. at Him rod
Street and Central Avenue, saw three
men running; one. with a revolver, was
cbosing the other two. ,
"I am George Haffner. forty-two." said
the man with the gun. "I live at No.
IK Central Avenue. I am a musician.
See. Jiere is my vloiln cum!"
The policeman arrested him and to
day he was arraigned in Gates Avenue
"For seven years." HalTner told iJag
Utrnto McCulre. "I have owned three
lotiloa ot California brandy. I soM It
for HO to two friends. They tried to
beat me down, on delivery, to J 30 and
when I rujectcd the offer tried to steal
Where is this brandy?" asked the
Court and George HaXIner opened tho
r.ddte case. He had hung up the fiddle
and the bow and was using the box an
common carrier. Haffner vena hM
in JI00 for examination and Jim Heercy
was ordered to tote the S bota. of Cat.
brandy around to United States Mar
shal Power's oQlce.
BOY'S BED Of' NEWSPAPERS.
Itls Father, Arrested, 9ay rie Can't '
Olre Him Detter on fit a Week. .
When John Todd Jr thirteen, was
found sleeping but night In one of the
rear rooms of Louie's Restaurant at
Surf Avenue and West ISth Street
J Coney Island, with newspapers for a
Tho witness convulaed the learlng ' i ihe mnlnv of tho house which srms against sedlUous organisations and
room when Attorney Myers asked hnr i0,t tj,o securities only two hours. UolahevLim was sounaed to-day by tho Diteotivea Gllmartin and Walker arrort
to produce her check books and bank m im ,eon fm,n,t country's leading edurators In various ed John.To.ld sr.. a waiter of No. 2731
. ... " , . meetings of organisations affiliated with west rnn .Mcei. on tne cnare of en
books. Tsldor WasservoireL former Assist- m.". ". T . . danirerlnr Uie health of a child. '
Turning to her counsel Miss Brice I t strict Attorney, and now coun- " "iljJSrSVS:
said; "Mr. Myers loves tho check wl for Edward H. Furev. also known T.i.n.i of h .o detente tnu, i.'rhiidrenVaiSocietr. TodU sr.. wim ni.i
liooks. Glva them to him. U"o wants las "Big Bill," one of the men anostcd vide J between the prlU of Ked radical- he Is earalfig only $!1 a weekand doing
to play with thoml" In connection with tho bond theft, ap- more revenues with which to fight pleaded not guilty and was held In'
Miss Brlce then looked into a glass! pearcd In General Sessions Court to- tiolhevlsm and to enlarge the work of Coney I": PoS'08 Court cxamlna
of wutor In. front of her and toasted! day and asked Judgo Bosalsky to re- I the schooK tlnn next xuesqy.
ycank Un Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
The Newest Note In
Girls' Spring Frocks
Is a Cheery One SATEEN
ARIS approved the revival
of an old-fashioned fabric
il sateen, sturdy as cotton,
lustrous as silk. And quickly the
Girls' Dress Shop approved it, ac
cepted it, adopted it.
And now they are here sateen
frocks for &irls, &listenin& with their
new colorings gold, Hue, lavender,
pink, rose, shining black or white.
The models are the youthful Empire,
the low waistline or the becoming
middy, sometimes trimmed with or
gandie ruffles, or- combined silk mull
for newness each has dainty needle
craft touches for embellishment
Sizes 6 to 14 years
16.75 to 28.50
GIRLS' DRESS SHOP Second Floor
Myers, explaining: "Kid, you can havo
anything 1 got!"
On many questions asked by exam
ining cuunsal tho witness said sho
could not answer because ot her bud
"Tho only things I can remember,"
sho said, "are royalties and telephone
It was further brousht out In cross
examination that Miss Brlce wan
married to Arnstadn on Juno 18, 1919,
nnd that sho Is twenty-eight years
old. Sho added that lio never know
duco the J100.000 ball under which
Furey Is held, and aloo for pormlsslon
to examine the Grand Jury minutes
in tho rase.
Tho application was opposed by As
sistant District Attorney John T.
HUDSON TUBE TIED UP.
Commuters Are I'orecd to Cse the
be out of it. . . . her hutbund as anyth
nut Mm. Clnrlco Margoles parlght 1 . ,,,,.-, Arntein
K.,w York City cays sho will make Ju,c '"laco Arnstcln
a ilirht on tho convention noor. She
BQt right votes and waa flftr. on the
Although no Presidential boomers
aro on the ground nnd nnne is ex
pected, tho word having Kono out
that the delegatus to Ban KranclHco
will go unlnstructed. Democrats from
north counties report that In their
localities William U. MoAdoo Is fav
There Is some talk, too, of Herbert
Hoover. One man, promtnont In fi-
3ng. Tho favorite room in the Ten rmnclal circles and connected with rt
",, , Vn ... rhorn li,, i 'Hly of financial powcis, says that
took Hotel Is Jo. .08. There the IIoovor wll, bo tllc Democratic noml-
amany t iueitnin is homing ronn. ; nee, and he Intimated that In ths
Here will be found 1'Ml lonnhue, event of both parties turning him
fjeasurer of Tammany Hall; Tom l ?"w" uure ' lnu "Ki""o0U oi a imm
llth, Sfiieiary of the vvigwapi; behind him.
urropate James A. .Foley, John Mc-
pooy of llruuklyn, who Is now In ' Want Mamaeliuaetta WliUkey
bd standing, having bton spanked, .ppeni srsuni.
Tnt.erlv fnr iretlins outside thn rH- Aiu.Miiu., rm. Tno Hu-
11 " r w " . -
William Randolph Hearst
1 Albany, who
m't evt.n u lnou
Halboken snd Erie commuters to lower
Manhnttan wero forced to use the fer
,. . . . , i rlos this morning ai a renult of a tie
anything else but , ,, ,S(
ana OO KICK n,,,,. ,i.un fniiou,.nil . enlllnlnn In
the tube of two storage trains that
ware being laid up about 4.30 o'clock
this morning and lostud through the
rush hours. There were no passengers
on the colliding trains.
Save for the caatbound tube running
Into tho Hudson Terminal, service w
not interfered with. It was said service
would be resumed at noon.
tivo lBrs uso aim trying to r,rM,1B ;'0!'rl,hiu butu 'ukod b u',v-
hUrr.i...ntAn,.t i' ,?. ernment to hear on March 8, wIUi tho
thf(,i.bernatoriul aspirations ,.,10i0 ll)nil clue arsumt,nU on
. - f n 1 n f T . - a sT u
After sho Ihad been excused for tho
day "Miss Brico was surrounded by
rciKirtcrs and she anuwerod a run
ning Jlro of quostlono, without, how
ever, giving much Information.
"1 don't Jfnaw whora Micky Is. .
. . 3Ie didn't oven txU me ho was
polng. ... at Is all very mys
terious to me. , , . I hato to bo
dragged into It. ... I am mire
Nluky Is honest and; that ho is not
I tiittveil In tlita afTllr nt nlL . . .
This Is tho Hirst tlmo 1 over sat down
to facu an nudlonco standing up."
,Sho said sho had made a hard
fight for her professional nucovsB
uiul did not sco why her career
should iho tnado the subject of In
quiry. Sho rwoaildn't even conflrm or
TJw illmm cntrtr. fcc tomorrow arc followi
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deny tho story thut sho umk! to e.'ll 'Hinvvn lit- h ini.. ii
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pulls Instituted by deorgo C. Pompsty " 'vrni ih . .4)-m41 yd. miiui'to. no; Hvv,
abe from decrees in .Maiwachuaet dlainUa. Bernard J. Mctl nn. manarrcr of tho "u " " .
son tho outside and fcT'th dop;trtmont of the American
ik-ln becauso ho was Knforvement Act In bringing the iuit, Surety Comiany, No. 100 Broidway, iuVei, iw: itwo Ur. A; iw t,
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xuai u6nv vwo v Pa'u mo pinn ropur-oa uj MXTlI ,tM-H lMA. nr-rarM ! ,rv
Ind ft nut trtt n for the $llp-up In
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Tml can f.ln Mnsiih fn-ra K.lhr Jnhn'l
ll i l U is (Uat at dlKtM.-lrt.
have been headed by Arnsteln fell In- ''iieirovJ", j!
lo mo nanus oi me ponoo 5,v v7!?.v,. ' .... iwi
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worth of mixed securities In ono la-I ukrhux mt, trndk tut.
No Similar Flavor
Among Cereal Foods
and easy to explain, for
is a blend ox wheat and
The rich flavor is nature's
own. Its sweetness is nat
ural and comes from sugar
developed from the grains
by a process which includes
20 hours' baking.
A Sugar Saver
P0STUM CEREAL COMPANY, BxUle Cne, Kick
M. T3L Tr-:
I PENNY A POUHD PROFIT
For To-morrow. Friday, February 27th
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lnvr uiiii1i,hi tvlm Hbm uat lltln CJ&ruilklH. mill thriu. nr. Mnililri.M nf
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Two Big Week-End Extra Specials
mnn artADK smooth auionds
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freahit, iKMlnt Almond., eiicli rcn
tieil in a dalntr hrll ot ourvat (nn.
fertlcnrr' Hutar In Kirn ilntkln.
3rllral. fruit llnrun. Our rrculur
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rliiKleinl mill ciilfrrd with our wnrlit
rrnuuneil I'miilum Milk Cliucolutr.
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eil In eovrrlns. of
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date. An utuniitcli
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Ftore.i Kew York.
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illrtirlei rpt'U Hn,mli.
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li'llv Mriiileil 11 n il
fornifsl Intu hlr mith
txiiur tnirt uiM ilililv
cnerril itllh our fit.
innm I'mnluni IIU
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Tht p.eltted welsht Includsa tb. rontatner.