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VOL. XLI MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGTUST 24, 1921NO3
HUGE FRAUD SCHEME
Banks, Bond Houses, Brokers and
Wealthy Men Victims of
- Clever Band
OPERATE IN KANSAS CITY
Charles W. French and John W.
Worthington Alleged to Have
Been at Head
Chicago, Aug. 23.-Millions of dol
lars of worthless notes, stolen bonds,
fraudulent deeds of trust and forged
certificates of depos't have been flung
on the markets of the country, fed-,
eral agents declared today after in
vest)gation of a band alleged to have
been headed by Charles W. French
and John F. Worthington.
Banks, bond houses, investment se
curity brokers and wealthy business
men from coast to coast were de
clared to have been the victims or
dupes of one of the most gigantic
swindlers ever unearthed by federal
Six million dollars worth of stolen
bonds, nearly $3,000,000 in worthless
notes and hundreds of thousands of
dollars' worth of trust deeds and
forged certificates of deposit have
been traced by Department of Justice
agents, it was said.
The revelations resulted from a
confession accredited to Alva W.
Harshman who was declared to have
been a private secretary to French
and who surrendered today. He was
alleged to hav~e told of a deal ne
gotiated by French for the purchase
of a bank in the Middle West that
involved the' exchange of $00,000.
How They Worked It
A Washington, D. C. man, accord
ing to Harshman, was to obtain cer
tified checks for $500,000 there. These
checks, he said, were to eb presented
to the bank owners and when the
band gained control of the establish
ment, they were' to cash all certifi
cates of deposit the bank owned. The
money, he said, would then' be for
warded to the Washington man who
would deposit it before the certified
checks on the original transaction
were cleared and returned. Many
other similar deals vere also de
In another case, it was asserted, a
large amount of stolen securities
were placed with a small country
bank in return for a certificate of
deposit. The deposit slip it, was said,
was cashed, and the bank left hold
ing the securities which would be
idlentified and roclaimed when it tried
to realize on thei.
Among names of the firms alleged
to have been signed to notes used
by the bank were:
Curtis Printing Company, Akron,
Ohio, $9,000; MacKay Truck Compariy,
Akron, $18,000; Porcupine Mountain
Lumber Company, Cleveland, $10,000;
- Portage Market, Akron, $21,000; Hen
inger Plumbing Supply Company,
Akron, $25,000; Schwartzer Wrecking
Company, Dayton, Ohio, $100,000; Mid
wvest Automobile Sales Company, Day
ton, $50,000; Dayton Financing Com
pany, Dayton, $300,000; Z. WV. Davis,
Akron, $50,000; Apple Financing Com
pany, Dayton, $300,000; American
Rubber Company, Chicago, $85,000;
HI. M. Strong Metal Products Cbm
pany, Cleveland, $6,000; Cleveland
Home Manufacturing Company, $15,
000; George B. Wickens, Loraine, Ohio
$103,000 and the Portage Packing
Company, Akron, $31,000.
Notes Not Yet Found
In addition about $500,000 in notes
'supposed to have been signed by the
American Rubber Company have not
been foend. Thle total notes known
to have been issued was put at $1,
602,000 by federal officials today.
It was also revealed that the band
w ~as operating in Kansas City. Ac
cording to JIohn V. Clinnin, acting
dlistrIict attorney, all of the notes is
sued by the band were disposed of
by the securities company of Kansas
A* Accordling to the alleged confession
m nadle by Harshman, the hand made
considlerable money dlisposing of' real
estate mortgages. Another deal said
to have beeh made in Milwaukee by
the band is being investigated by
government agents. It was (declared
to have netted the swindlers $500,000
It was said that A. E. Streizin, who
was arrested today in Milwaukee, wvill
be - questioned regarding this trans
Worthington was arrested some
weeks ago and is being held in
SCHOOL OPENS HERE ON
. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
On Weddesday, September 14th,
school will open for another year and
the following teachers will be here to
liss Catherine Earle of Landrum,
S. ., and Miss Mary Thomas of Cope,
S. C., will have charge of the first
grade. Mrs. Bessie Lesesne pand Miss
Sallie Dixon of Blacksburg-, S. C., the
second grade. Miss Rives of Edge
field, the third grade. Miss Rives is
a unew -teacher here but we hope she
will soon feel at home. Miss Barn
well Huggin's, the fourth grade. Miss
Elizabeth Coskrey, the fifth grade.
Mrs. George Williams the sixth grade.
Miss Roxie Dixon of Blacksburg, S.
C., the seventh grade.
The High School teachers are
Misses Rosa Mahaffey of Honea Path,
Marie Dunlap of Hone Path, Eucebin
Shuler of Columbia, Mr. A. J. Rich
ards of Heath Springs and Prof.
The Domestic Science teacher will
be Miss Nancy Coleman of Shelton;
the music teachers will be Misses Sue
Sprott and Carolyn Plowden.
All children with back examinations
will be given an opportunity to make
them up on Monday, September 12.
HOUSE GUESTS ENTERTAINED
Miss Mary Lou Bradley compliment
ed her house guests, Misses Mattic
Lee Land, Virginia Coffey, Leona
Rigby and Mattie Horton with a Rook
party on Tuesday morning. As the
guests arrived they were invited to
the punch bowl. Rook was played at
four tables. Potted plants and.
flowers were used for decorations.
Those present besides the hostess and
hQnorees were: Misses Gertrude Gee,
Mildrqd Smith, Lucile Broadway,
Frances and Louise Brown, Lillian
Ervin, Lucy Matthews, Pearl and
Ruby Bullard, Oliva Horton, Winnie
Plowden and Hattie Breedin.
ANOTHER OFFER MADE
Sheffield, Ala., Aug. 23.-An offer
of 4 per cent, Vn an investment of
$120,000,000 or $4,800,000 annually,
was made for the Muscle Shoals
plant by Herman D. Ruhm of New
York city, he stated here today. Mr.
Auhm declared tiat he had made the
offer shortly after Secretary of War
Weeks had asked for bids and that
jie had never received a Aeply.
$100,000 bonds in connection with
mail robberies totalling approxi
mately $6,000,000. French, alleged to
be his right hand man, was arrested
yesterday with several of his asso
ciates. Today C. K. Strobel was
taken into custody in Akron, Ohio,
and A. E. Strelzin was arrested in
Letter From Millionaire
Begging the return of "at least a lit
tle of the millions-to be exact $2,500
000," alleged to have been 'obtained
from him by John W. Worthington,
Charles French, and their associates,
a letter f rom Z. W. Davis, former
president of the Winton Automobile
Company, of Cleveland forms the let
tor intercepted by government ofli
cials. It was addressed to French at
a Chicago loop hotel where a suite
maintained by French was raided yes
terday. Federal oflicers say they re
coveretd securities valued at $1,000,000
in the raid.
Davis letter, of six pages, dated Au
gust 5, was a plea for others whlo are
entirely dependent on him for a live
lihood. Left without aid from those
who obtained his fortune, the Cleve
land former millionaire dleclaredl he
woul be "forced to the only alterna
tive-suicidle."~ Davis also wvas a for
merCI pres5ident of the Diamond Port
landl Cement Company andl the Globe
Stove Coinplany. The letter addressed
to French said:
"Please (de not take what I am writ
ing to you ats a wvhine. I am not in the
habit of crying after I have lost. If
I were the only one to be conlsidleredl,
I would not care.
"But there are others who are en
tirely (dependlent on me for a I ievli
hood. It is for that reason that I am
now forced to beg you to return at
least a little of the millions-to he
exact $2,50O0,000-wvhich y'ou and your
associates have taken awvay from me
in the last twvo years.
Worthington, lFrench, Owen 'T.
Evans andl Alva Ilarshmnan are under
indictment. Davis also is undar indict..
ment bntt has protestedl that ho was
madie a dlupe by the ring leaders of
News to Davis.
Canton, Ohio, Aug. 28.--"It is atll
news to me," said Z. WV. Davis, Can
ton and Cleveland manufacturer, when
asked today redardling notes bearing
his name as president of the Winton
Auitomtobile Canmpany, of Cleveland
wichw weon: used by Chicago men i
an effort to borrow $30,000 in that
HOSPITAL REPORT IS
SAID TO BE [XAGGERATED C.
Washington, Aug. 23.-Reports of dc
'0n(ditions at the Johnson City, Tenn., C
3anitorium fortl disabled war veterans te
in many instances have been "grossly el
exaggerated," Charles M. Pearsall, in- TI
spector general for the National 1lome
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, has W
reported to the board of managers, be
under whose auspices the sanitoriupi 1"
is operated. a
Mr. Pearsall's report of a personal se
investigation, made public today by
Representative Anthony, Republican t
af Kansas, said "there was a strong
reeling and resentment by the men be- C
'ause of the abuse which had been Mo
laced on the sanitorium as a whole, C
vhich would indicate to their fan- W
lies that every man there was either
Irinking, taking drugs or running C1
Around with prostitutes."
"The men admitted," the report
2ontinued, that a small number of to
the men would get drunk, or drink, i
lisregard their rest hours and treat
ment, that there were a few drug ad- 11
dicts who were being treated in the m
iospital an(d that some of the men
weie associating with prostitutes, but1
stated that it was a very small per
!entage and they felt that they should
not be humiliated by being classed
with this small number of men, no li,
larger in percentage than would be r
found in other hospitals or of a like g
number in civil life. The further my p,
investigation led and the more c'on- er
Lact I got with the men thoroughly st
2onvinced me that the men had the fc
right picture of conditions, hi
general stated, that developed in con
nection with his investigation was ti
that a "number of men when closely cc
luestioned admitted that they had si
been in. other government hospitals el
and had been dismissed for disei- e
plinary reasons and were later sent to w
Johnson City by these hospitals dis
charging them." Great care has been
exercised, the report said, not to dis
miss from the sanitorium for disci
plinary reasons any man whose life or
mure might be jeopardized b'y depriv
ing him of treatment. t(
The inspector general reported the I
food at the sanitorium was "most ex- D
eel lent, both as regards. quantity, o
quality, variety and service."
Mrs. S. Oliver O'Bryan and MIs. J.. s
B. Cantey entertained at the home of b i
Mrs. 0'Bryan last Friday evening at
a "Kid Party." The ladies were dress
I in little girl dresses with their
hair hanging in curls and with large U
bows of ribbon on it; the men came in
short. trousers with middie blouses or
boy blouses with Buster Browr. col
airs. As the guests arrived they join.
ed in the game. of "jumping rope" and
lat er gamtes of "dropping the i-andker
ehift,' "go in artI out the window"
and then had a little dance called
"My Little Shoe Darling."'' The hos
tesses then invited the "childrenl" in
to the living roon wvhere several con- in
tests were hl and amliong them was t'
"'pinning the donley's tail on;" Mr.
Lucius Iiarvin and Mrs. Allan Brad
hami came the neare:,t to) lirmina it A
in the right place a nd they were pre.S
setedttt withI a package of "'INat Mores.''"
The feature of the evening was the
a rrivalI of ''the hahby,'" who was Mr . vi
Joe D~av is, dr essedl in a long drtess and ('t
cap. lIe ca me iunnninpg down the it
sti'eet cryintg because his "mitama"
(Mrs. Davis) left. him at bomn.
The r'efireshmnents serv'ed were ('
punch'li, boi led pea nuts, aniinti crac.' h
('rs atml all daiy suceker's. 'Those enjoy.. 11
ing thIiis lovely patty werie: Mrt. an td
Mt's. ,10'P liigby, Mir. and Mr is. II trt'on
R ighyv, Mr t. a nd Mrts. TI. I". (o'dey', Mr. i
antd Mr, is. 5. 5. R ichartd son, .\lri. a nd l
Mrs.. Mih IiWells, Mr. and Mrs. iL (. hi)
Cu~rt is. MJ'. and Mrts. Wid emtanP, Alr.
a ml Mr's. Sha w, Dr. and M ~lrs. lBrock
imtoni, Mr. antd Mirs. Allan Bradhamit P1
Mr'. and Mrs. Gerald, Mr. and Mrts. ( I
R. Spr'ott, Srt.,Mr'. ad Mtrs. C. N. i
Spr'ott, Mr. andl Mirs. Walhine I 'low
detn, Drt. and Mt's. Dickson, Alr. and
Mt's. Cooipr Dickson, Al. .ton M.
('handler, Mr. atnd Mrts. St'ewart Har- it
vini, Dr. and Mt's. Scott. I larv'in, Mr. f
and Mrps. J1. I. ('aintey, Mr. andu Mrs.
S. Olivet' O'Brvan, Mesdano'': lagnal,
Malcolmt Smith, Pessit' Lt'espne, hi
Shlliy Davt~is, Wells of' Wa-hington mt
and Mtr. Lunciuas ITat''in.T
P'ERFE(TI' NEW 'TORPEF'D;l
of toripedo fir icton trol by whKih thle tI
fir ing oif tot iiedoces int a curve cour ((1 ise
in automnaically IIV(cnttrodled , ha~t beeni
pet'fectted by John 1lay\; thuumnond,
Ji'., he annount(edl tioay. S
By meants of this system1. hte said, "
withbout ch~panging the' cour ise tofi the n<
vesse'l. Sitblmaine t1uippe ~)'IwithI the Ji
system coutld atttack I wo'( 1 i-gets at the
*same time. I
R. LONG OF CLEMSON
WILL BE HERE TOMORROW
Dr. Long of Clemson College to be
're and in Summerton Thursday. Mr.
R. Sprott, chairman of the Board of
'ade, has for sometime. been en
avoring to get Dr. W. W. Long, of
emson College to come to Maiiing
address the business men of the
wn. Mr. Sprott has at last succeed
and we will have Dr. Long here
Dr. Long has long been greatly ad
ired by the people of the State, and
feel that ve are very fortunate in
ing able to hear him at this time.
-obably no one in the State is more
pable of giving the people of the
<ricultural communities sounl coun
I andI advice than he is.
Mr. T. B. Young of Florence, Dis
ict Agent of Farm Demonstration
ork will be with Dr. Long. Mir.
>ung is also President of the South
trolina Sweet Potato Growers' As
ciation and Secretar yof the South
trolina Tobacco Association. What
r. Young has to say will be well
These gentlemen will speak in the
murt House at I 1:00 o'clock Thurs
.y morning and at Summerton at
30 in thd afternoon.
Every business man in each of these
wns and other towns of the county
urged to be present at one of these
Don't forget the time, Manning at
a. m. and Summerton at 3:30 p.
Thursday August 25th.
W. It. (ray, County Agent.
[AFTI' FOR BIG SUM
SENT BY STERLING
Chicago, Aug. 23.-Fred E. Ster
ig, lieutenant-governor of Illinois,
cently indicted with (ov. Len
nall and Vernon Curtis, Grant
irk, Ill., banker, on charges of
ibezzlement involving $2,000,000 of
ate funds, today forwarded a draft
r $391,386.28 to EdwardE. Miller,
s successor as state treasurer.
In a letter Mir. Sterling explained
at this suM was "all the interest
ilected by me on state deposits
ice Alay 31, 1920," antd that it in
Lided "interest to (late on such col
eted interest items from the date
lien the same came to my hands."
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IIARGEv' OF' DYNtkNllTE
Talhotton, (a., Aug. 23.-For tl
'th time a charge of diynamite was
uche( of' under an A. 13. and, A
conmotive driven by Engineer R. N
owney. near here this imorning. No
e was injured and the train was
Trainmen who ran to tihe scee t
the explosioni, were fired 1)OI,
ey reported here. They saiI t hey
w six Imeni climtih into an autono
le and drive toward Alancheste.
ICAL HAPPENINGS Of
TWENTY YEAR GO
Augtist 28th, 1901
,Ilt. E. C. T( 11ham es has treturnet'ld t<
anning from Alabama.
,Nrs. A%. 13. Galloway of Clinton, is
.almnniig visitingp' relatives and
A1r. A. I oryen and lauhtert Alis
Drt. ('. 13. tiigt'er, whot his hsenl tn
sit to his Wi''int s in lxexingt U
unty teture it hom' ine Sundtay even
lis.- EdIithI Ware tof .\danis llant, al
'te on a visit to the fatmily tf .\r.A
tek fotr N'ew Y'ork and ot heri North I
-nt .Tharket s whlere lit wil purchiast
s fall stoek.
Di'd n'ai' Silver, aflter a long ill.
's-s, ont .Smudlay l h inst. .\is. ElL
riewnoin g, wvifte of' Alri. FI'dx ('hewn.
MO )C, .(' agednabo t'vj ' yeree'iVt. i
note of his sttn, alr. .lohnr Wilson, thtt
bie deceased was. at native oft Siit
('oirn wii sell for S1.28 ptt bunhe
t'rau.'ltlit th t'a it trointgjft '-t'et U~ iitt
.1 tite W imilthin say; he o pot I'
Ie fellow whot ltaiited ;ttth t ~tr,
ttrt ptitur et It his a ttitte tt ti
ilem pitani', but ott t hat cta iont lit
is a litte otl, antI if the emt rtsptn.
hat hit wouild say whten hti' appttit
gtotd ail s tote:. Windha~im wme
tI. Ite tt nly' touty oflce at t hal
enie; the' ither' felhowy had fto ;o t<
lenin Sprbi.g" tight:aftt' wards, st
er''t were tither big ter'. at fliai
GEORGIANS ARE BEATING
THE BO[L WEEVIL
Vtr. A. L. Luce, of the Clarendon
Motor Company, has turned over to
us two letters which he has received
from two banks in Georgia. These
sections are in the boll weevil districts
of Georgia and shows how these peo
plie are alive to the situation and are
striving to their utmost to pull them
selves "out of the hole," in which the
weevil has gotten them. It would be
well for our people to read these let
ters carefully and each individual find
just what crop to plant that he can
We do not agitate the non-planting
of cotton, (as this is a cotton country)
but we (o believe that our farmers
should cut the acreage and get the
sed in at the earliest possible time.
Moultrie, Ga., Aug. 13, 1921.
Mr. A. L. Luce,
care Clarendon Motor Company,
Manning, S. C.
Replying to your inquiry of the 9th,
we regret exceedingly that your see
tion is suffering from a heavy infesta
tion of the boll weevil. We, ourselves,
are hit by them again this year, but
we are not depending on cotton as we
have in the past.
Our.farmers have learned to diver
sify, and are takiry advantage of the
local enterprises which we are for
tunate enough to have that will take
care of their farm produce. We Iove
one of the very best Packing Plants
South of Omaha, Nebraska, operated
by Swift & Company of Chicago. Our
farmers have learned to raise hogs
and cattle, an( they find a ready mar
ket the year around.
We have a canning plant which
takes care of the surplus stock of
Sweet Potatoes, and at this season of
the year they can quite a bit of Bell
Pepper, which our farmers have learn
ed to raise successfully and at a good
We -lso have one of the very best
Creameries in this part of the state,
furnishing ready market for their
sweet and sour cream. They are just'
completing a tremendous Condensing
Plant, and will in a very short time
be prepared to take care of any milk
they might be furnished. A good
many of our farmers have taken ad
vantage of this opportunity, and are
putting in small Dairy Herds which
they are finding profitable.
Our Grain Elevators furnish a mar
ket for their surl)lus corn, peanu.ts
and velvet beans, of which we raise
a good crop each year.
We also have several sweet potato
curing houses, and they ar-e prepared
to handle all the surplius stock of
sweet potatoes which we grow, and
which are sold by the pioducers at a
We have many other advantages
which help our farmers out, and with
in a few more years we can farm sue
cessfully (own here without planting
a hill of cotton.
We enclose herewith a little book
let gotten out by the Moultie Chai
ber of Commerce, which will give you
a hrief idea of our town an(l county.
We should he very glad to have you
and your piarty visit Moultrie, an'd I
will assure you in advance that you
will be accorded every courtesy during i
your visit, and we believe it will he
veryv honftici:*l , and that you will re
turn to vou section with inftoriation
that will c(rtainly help your commun
I. will appreciate you dropping me
Ia Ie ml advance of your com ingr, anld
ve wil! be on t.e lookout for you.
Yours v-rv truly,
C. H1. West.. Cashier .
First Na'ional iank.
Quitnman, Ga., Aug. 12, 1921.
Mir. A. L.. Luce,
Manning, S. C.
In response to your lt ter' of the
9thI., if you conme to Souith (Geor-gi
and (10 not visit Brooks cou~1nty and
Quitman your- trip will not have been
Weno not dlepend on cotton,
nlt hough 5(omei of our farnmer's have a
few acres most every year.
We shipp1ed from the count v 2,5t00
earis of watermelons thmis seatson bring
ing in het wveen $250) and $300 hund red
thousand (d01laris in JTune( and JIulv.
We raise live stock, peanuti, pota
toes, oats, cane and "BHrooks County
We hav~e Potato curine: houses andl
have' had two gratin elevatorts, bit.
have had the mnisfortune toa lose them
lHe sume and come) to Brooks County
andl ('om1 to Quitmaon and thme First
National Bank and Chmohee of Coin-I
mere' and to we will a ke ;deasu re in
shiowing you what we~ have.
Your's veiry truly,
L. M. Bradfordi, (Cashier,
'The First Natitonal Bankd.
last Thuiirsday evening at. a Rook
Partyv in h(onor of hier houise guests,i
M is'ses MyttIe and. Pa ulinoi ine uphrmies:
of Lyncuhhomg, S. C. A fter the game
Mr's. Dickson ser'ved a lovely ice
course to her' gu('sts, whbo wvere be..
sides the hoste(ss and1( honorees : Masses
Mary Dickson, Isabella Tlhomas, Leila
Marvga rt Dick son, Mikh-ed ~liTp..
son1, Grace N immer, Georgia Saiuls,
Lynn DuHa nI; Messrs. Thomain~s Bag.
nal. Fl is Well s, Briownieh ha inial
Billie Prine", Ikcy Bagnel, Oliver
ii1nd, Gene( Bagnia , I hirgess Sjurott,i
Scott Bagnal, Charles Dieksoni, .Jhmies
SEARCH FOR BODIES
IN RUINS Of HOTEL
Believed That Death List Will Be In.
creased by Dozen When Inquiry
is Completed-Four Known t.o Be
Dead but One Man Not. Yet
Macon, Ga., Aug. 22.-Work of ex
ploring the ruins of the Brown
l ouse, which was completely de
troy(I by fire at an early hour this
morning and where more thani a
(lozen bodies are believed to be
buried, stopped at suliown tonight.
Building Inspector F. Joe Biaho,
im charge of the hunt for bolies, an
nounced that the search will be re
sunied at (laylight tomorrow morn
mng X ith a force of 100 convicts from
the cou nty and city chaingangs.
"ve will know before noon," he
sai(d, ".iust, how many bodies - are in
the debris. We expect to find at
least 12, possibly more. I can al
most put my fingers on the spot,
where I hevliev there are two
Coroner Lee Walces announcem this
afternoon t.ha tthe coroner's jury
had conclu(Ie(l that an explosion of
escaping gas in the basement of the
Brunner Drug company caused the
The blast cut a hole through the
hotel from the basement. to the roof,
tore out the stairways anl wrecked
the elevator after driving it. upward.
Fire escapes at the rear of the build
mig were enveloped in flames ai in
stant later and fire also was hurst
ing from every windvow in the hig
It is un(lerstood that the state firv
marshal will arrive here in the morn
ing to aid in the investigation that
is un(ler way. Facts obtaine(d by lo
cal city and county oflicials and the
state fire marshal will be laid he
fore the Bibb county grand jury at,
its next session.
Four Iopdie'i Found
Tlonight, when work of explorine'
the ruins of the burned hotel stop
ped for the night, four bodies lay
in a local unidertaking establishment,
only three of which had been idlen
tified. Eight persons were in the
Macon hospital suffering from sri
ous burns and broken hones received
from the fire and in jumping from
second and th itrd floor winidows.
Three other persons, whose Iames
have not been obtained amd who are
known to hav. jumpel from the
blazinyi strueture, were at teneli d by
private physricians andI left on i.he
train for Atlanta during the *Oo
The list of knownre missill niounitd
tonight ti seveni, but there were
many inquiries from all parts of
Georgia for pelorms whom it is
feared were in the hotel.
Hlorace Wvieemis, elcrk at the Br1-own
louse, silt of the proprietor, said
that. 88 of the 97 romno- in the hotel
were tiled, ccc x Oh two beds in
<Ich room lie sail that there were
mwion- than 100 'uests, m:un of bhn
t \v!ef who wxmv~ g-ilm7
the city. The toutris'lt a re the or -
that are causir e the most eenekrn [o
cnlly, for there is no t\%.;I\ I. obitai l
ko the i, t ho tel i t
iin' dstroycI in t l i re .
T'hou7:1nh- lif p( on aen h
lire ar111 visite'd th sen' throiug
cut the dlay. 'I hy e fused t i
11 ptheir. vig-.il even. afereihi
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rall t deiend in tie t e afiten'
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inel l ik xw:.li :i thc fr nt' :iand
ii.ia ie c icimns ini the centecr of th
t I li s trlc" e t i ble c\ liii' heen cCm
cfth cxclcion a d b h o u e
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wt h flicurc stil! clinie' to th
wa'tlls, aitlthoughl th.-' ie'in ~ hIt f:
en. It wacs i \ i rlr e 'ne oftu
was tu ientcified ac. .ccc h i ci.. ciiu .
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(intstri h.'l , hats nit beccen id n
titledl. Thei iuLbc i iedc mni c
thaot of a prscon wx h'ini i M
icoundcs~ andi alci lix, fcit 2uc
iices in hue iht. i hairi x wa hii -;.
l''iremc, xi n w ire co t im u h ii C ni
ino unti late ini thce afternicin. Theiiv
w.ert ri' cc' "i t'e the seereti a' .*ii'
i'c loci whin cc hIin'- birokei ouit
int thle rubii
Ii was'c thiis llet, wi.ieb cli us n
Ilarili .\ i wa isii ic' icaii l: -
nn inijiurh'- w.h ich later e
cleathI. li I clung: to :hce
nioiied ari dliv ieirl themi
ait thie hcspcitali with thi i '
"ca(ci iy wxifec front A ' ri : I a
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before she ai'ves,' ese h
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eindic rs atii tce ho i iii
wa'i learnei dc x wac ic' fI x ih'
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