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!L PASO HEUAL
Monday, July 1, 1912
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EM SCARCE HIS YEflfi
Not a Convention of the First Grade Is Scheduled For
the Year Methodists Prepare to Celebrate Anni
versary of Its Foundi ng China Sends Out
an Appeal For More Bibles.
Not for 2fl years at least has there -work, the other did not. Philip Em-
Dury was a .faiatine irisnman. inai
been such lack of big religious con
tentions as during the present sum
mer and fall. The dearth extends to
Europe. Neither in England nor on
the continent is anything of Import
ance scheduled. On the mission fields
of the far east there is nothing. In
the United States and Canada such
want of anything striking has rarely
been known. Not a convention of the
first grade. Protestant or Catholic, is
scheduled before tbe end of the cal
endar year, and hardly anything as
yet during next winter. Not until the
spring and summer of 1913 are any nig
eTents to come off. Such condition is
For the last five years missions, uni
ts, evangelism and tbe great religious
organizations have been holding na
tional and world conventions in vast
numbers. They have been the largest
-aj pun apBin babu. jC3u.j, "PI3H J3A8
lseu Christian laws and customs. They
have advertised the gospel as it was
never advertised before. Leaders have
traveled to every part of the globe to
be present at them. The far east has
had part. Europe has had part. Even
tbe continent of Europe has been re
garded, as not heretofore, within the
scope of American religious influence.
The last half of 1912 and the first
t'urd of 1913, almost one full year, will
see a lull and perhaps a rest. Big
ciints like the world Sunday school
conention in Zurich, the Episcopal
general convention in America, and
pr rhaps a world conference on faith
and order are set for next year. This
a ear the rest of it, is a blank save
for routine affairs. One man whose
lareful record goes back 20 years says
tliere has been no such record before
curing that period.
ticn. So Methodists North are alreadv
admitting that Robert Strawbrldge,
METHODISTS IX DISPUTE irisnman. ana not l-nillp Embury. Uer-
OVEIJ. FOUNDING DATE I "'n irisnman, win oe nxea upon as
is, his stock came from that part of
Germany once known as the Palatinate.
He began work in New York. He was
helped by Barbara Hick and others,
and the Methodist church that he
built, called in that day a Wesley chap-
hel. was on the site of the present John
Street .Methodist churcn. Out or It
grew that church indeed.
The other Irishman was Robert
Strawbridge. He came from Ireland
to Maryland. Whether he began to
preach immediately upon -his arrival,
or waited a while before so doing, is
not definitely known. If it was known
the exact date for the forthcoming
Methodist celebration would be more
easily fixed. He kept no records that
have come down to the present, or
few at any rate, and buildings with
which he had to ,do have long since
disappeared. His first building was a
log house. Perhaps Strawbridge built
it himself, for he was by trade a car
penter. For 40 years debate of dates has been
going on among Methodists as to which
of these Irish Methodist local preach
ers first began work. The commis
sions now to be named by the three
Methodist bodies will have to make
some decisions, first as to dates and
second as to celebration.
Having churches in the south, and
this being a question located in part
In the south. Methodists north will be
compelled by courtesy to name some
southern men on their commission. Not
having any churches in the north, and
it not being more of a northern than
a southern church, Methodism in the
soytli will not need to name any north
ern men on their commission. Thi
Methodists Protestant went out from
Baltimore chiefly into the south and
will of course name members of their
commission who are in sympathy, pre-
ViOIlKKItS AVOULD MOI1K
TOGETHER KOR TJMTV
There have just met on Lake George
representatives of all of the leading
unofficial organizations of laymen
within all of the churches for the pur
pose of seeing how they might unify
their efforts, present overlapping, and
put an end to some needless expense
for machinery. The bodies represented
were the Federal council, which i3 of
ficial and which acted as host: the
brotherhoods, the Y. JI. C. A., the Gid
eons, the Sunday School association
the young people's societies, the mis
sionary education and allied move
The meeting brought out the confu
sion existing in churches because of
many apptals. the multiplication of fi
nancial appeals, and the fact that prac
tically alu of the organizations arc
aiming att the same things. It was
argued tht one set of meetings might
answer fof several if not all. and that
by coordinating the secretaries some
could be done away with and others be
made more effective.
Action taken was the darning of a
committee consisting of secretary
Macfarland of the council; secretary
tarj Hicks of the missionary educa
tion movement to call and organize a
commission, composed of one represen
tative of each organization. which
shall consider the rointinn- r -..!
zations to local churches, and make a
report to a conference to be called
later by the Federal council. The re
markable growth of lay interest along
all lines within the past three years
has rendered such commission, and Its
coordinating plan, absolutely essen
tial, it is held.
TRY WORKING TOGETHER
There have just met, for the first
time in the history of Methodism In
America, representatives of all Metho
dist North benevolent societies to see
now uiey may vvorK together. In the
past .ietnocilst societies have worked
each for itself for the most part. Es
pecially have they appealed to the
same persons and the same churches
for money, until distraction and well
nigh revolt came in loud cries from
both classes of givers.
Uev. Dr. Thomas Nicholson, secretary
of the board of education, was made
chairman of an Interboard Secretarial
council, just formed to study Metho
dist conditions in all societies, and to
see how labor may be saved, how bet
ter literature may be prepared, and
especially wherein the system of finan
cial collections may be improved. Con
ferences on common work are hereaf
ter to De neia regularly.
Bishop Luther B. Wilson has just
been elected president of the Metaodist
board of foreign missions in place of
Iter. Dr. James M. Buckley. Tiie usual
custom is to elect the bishop resident
in the city where are the board's
headquarters as president. Since the
death of bishop Goodsell the Rev. Dr.
Buckley has been serving. Efforts are
now to be made to reduce the foreign
debt, the board having at present one
of the heaviest debts in the history
of any missionary society.
SHALL CHINA HAVE BIBLES?
DEMAND EXCEEDS Mj'I'PLY
GITY CHURCHES TO
i PERI GAU
Several Mini? ters Are Taking a Eest and Churches, and
Church Societies Suspend Some Meetings During
the Heated Term Visiting Ministers Preach in
Three El Paso Churches Sunday A New
Pastor Is Coming to El Paso Church.
With the arrival of the summer
months and hot weather some of the
churches of the city will shorten
their sei vices while others will cut
ot some services completely. The
societies of the churches, too, will, set
aside some of their meetings during
the hot weather period and during the
time the members of the various con
gregations are absent on their vaca- i
tions. The ministers of several
churches are preparing to leave the I
city for their annual vacations also. I
Will Omit Sunday Morning Services. J
At St- Paul's Lutheran church, the (
Sunday morning preaching services
will be be omitted during the month
of July according to the announce- j
ment of the pastor. Rev. E. H. Combs.
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you a lifetime. Eveiy family should have one, be
sides it is an education for the children.
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by the Sunday school of the Calvary
Baptist church by a tallyho picnic to
a point near Ysleta. The members
of the Sunday school will leave the
church at 9 oclock.
Special baptizing s' -vices were neia
Sunday evening at tho East El Paso )
Baptist churcn. .8
East El Paso Baptist church will sus- 9
pend the meetings aunng wis summer s
To Hold 0.uartcrl Conference.
On Wednesday evening after pra; er
service. Rev J. Allen Ray. presiding
elder of the El P.3SO district, will hold
the third quarterly conference at the
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- bvaua. laiwi wi Uic
eivsng Bur new
Baseball Goods, Croquet Sc-ts, Haniaocks, Tennij
Rackets ana Balls, and also have a good supply of
firearms and ammunition.
OVERLAND and EL PASO STREETS.
In its eagerness for western intelli
gence, especialli since the departure
of the Manchu tulership, the people of
China are demanding Bibles in excess
of numbers which the American Bible
society finds Itself financially able to
supply. Dr. Hykes, the society's agent
in China, reports that prejudice has
disappeared with the Manchus and that
China really wishes at last to find out
what Christianity really is. The Chi
nese and others buy Bibles, but they
do not always pay all of the cost. The
Society appropriates $32,500 this year
for Bible work for the Chinese, but It
will not, it is now stated, meet the
demands of these wideawake revolu
Owing to the disturbed conditions
obtaining last year the sales of &ome
colporters fell off 6,000 to 12,000 copies,
let in spite of drawbacks, the sales
last year Increased in the whole coun
trv 15.000 cnnif5L A nvAr l-mfnw
The . there are dialect Bibles to meet these
new uemanus of tnis year. The ques
tion is solely the cost of manufacture
and distribution beyond amounts paid
vy me purcnasers. me BlDle jociety
the month of July.
Evangelistic Services Start.
Evangelistic services lasting the en
tire week began at the Highland Park
Baptist church Sunday morning when
Rev. H- S. Vermillion, who spoke at
the morning service, opened the meet
ings. The meetings will be held twice
daily durinng the week, the services
being in the morning and in the
afternoon. In the morning the meet
ings will be held at 10 oclock at the
church and in the evenings at S
oclock, on the tennis court near the
church. Special music has been ar
ranged for the services and a violin
and cornet will assist in the choir.
Miss Thomas will be the violinist and
Crawford Williams is cornetist
Rev. Mr. Vermillion, who will con
duct the services, is the state evange
list of New Mexico and lives in Clovis.
Sundav morning he occupied the pulpit
in place of Rev. E. B. Atwood, the
Rev. Jeff D. Rny Preaches.
Rev. Jeff D. Ray, former pastor of
the. First Baptist church in EI Paso,
preached at the Calvary Baptist church
Sunday morning. Dr. Ray is at present
the professor of homiletics in the
Southwestern Baptist Theological Sem
inarv at Fort Worth. He held the
same chair at the seminary previous j
to his pastorate in El Paso. Dr. Ray
is traveling during the summer In
the Interest of the educational instl
tution and will
time this week.
c.i,,. TKto , Hoir,o-.iV,t,o n" nfrnimt ! viii-hlan,i Park Methodist church has
of the hot weather during this month, returned from Carrizozo where ho ,
The evening services, however, will be conducted a 10 days revival meeting at j
held regularly at the usual time and the Carrizozo Methodist church. j
the Sundav school services will be The members of the Woman s Mis-
continued as usual each Sunday during . sionary society of the uigmanu farK i
( Methodist cnurcn win "" i "u"i
I monthly business session Thursday
afternoon at 3 oclock.
To Hold Joint Meeting.
The members of the Highland Park
I wnmnn's Missionary society will be the
guests of the Trinity women Tuesday
afternoon at 4 oclock. It will be a
joint meeting of the women of the
two churches and Miss Gibson, of the
Scarritt Bible Training school of Kan
sas City, and Miss Wilson, of the Chi
huahua Palmore institute, will be pres
ent at the meeting
Church Society 3IcetIngK.
The Epworth league of the Trinity
Mehodist church will meet at the home
of Mrs. W. U. Carre, lbto cast mo
ell These People What You
ant They Will
Grande,' Friday evening at 8 oclock.
. The Woman's Aid society of tlie
Bell 608 & 629.
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OPEN ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
whinjtw Trebvterian church will
meet at the Sunday school room of
the church Tuesday afternoon at 3.30
The Missionary society of the West
minster church will meet with Mrs. J.
H. Logan at 307 Tremont street, Fri
day afternoon at 3 30 oclock.
The monthly business and social
meetings of the Christian Endeavor of
the Westminster Prebyterian church
will meet with Mrs. H. E. Eye, at CB7
East Rio Grande street, Tuesday even
ing at 8 oclock.
Special services preparatory for com
mnninn will be held at the Westmin-
H- -" .w- t . - . J
leave El Paso some I ster Presbyterian cnurcn irmay even
ing at $ -ociock.
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The Highland Park Baptist church ciety of the Calvary Baptist church
had four baptisms Sunday night, mak- will meet at the church parlors Tues
ing a total of 19 for the month of day at 3 oclock.
jun A trolley ride of the Sunday school
Presiding Elder Preaches. 1 of the East El Paso Prebyterian
Rev J Allen Ray, presiding elder of ! church will be held next Wednesday
the El Paso district of the Methodist night. The ride will be over the en-
Episcopal church, Sout1 . preached Sun- ; tire city
day morning at the Trinity Methodist
church in the place of the pastor. Rev.
C Weslev Webdell. Sunday evening
he occupied the pulpit of the Highland
Park Methodist church taking the place
of Rev. A. N. Evans, the pastor.
There were no Sunday night services
New Pastor to Come.
Rev. Warren Elsing, the new pastor
of the Altura Park Prebyterian church
will arrive In El Paso during the pres
ent week and will take up his duties
as uastor of the church. Next Sun
dav he will deliver his first sermon
a th Plrsf Christian church Sun- ! at the church. Rev. Mr. Elsing will
day night. " come to El Paso irony California, where
Snnilov School IJIcnlc. S Je recently was nmrneo. tie
The fourth o"f July will be celebrated recent graduate of Princeton.
snrnably. with t.ie Maryland conten- j is now asking whether the churches
the pioneer Methodist of America, and
the Maryland and not the New York
date the one to be celebrated.
Whatever the outcome of the con
troversy over men and dates, it is
settled that within the next 'two or
tnree years, when Methodism will
Methodism is getting ready to cele
1 rte the 150th anniversary of its
founding in America, but curiously it
is uncertain as to the date, and at
odds north and south over the honor ot
rrioritv Commissions are to be
ramed at once representing the Meth
odists North. South and Protestant, the
three great bodies that are heirs to the
honor of a century and a half ago.
Tnese commissions will study dates j cjai gifts toward variou
and decide upon the date for the cele- talked of. So are delegat
starces. it is reckoned fairly certain
that Methodists South will win out.
Two Irishmen planted Methodism in
Virerica. Both were local preachers,
?nd both were filled with Wesley zeal.
One worked in" the city, the other in
tl'e country. One kept records of his
Will sec to It that no one in China wlio
I'esires a Bible shall be compelled to
o without one.
P.APTIST YOIjNG PEOPLE TO
HOLD ONLY CONVErvTIOX
The Baptist Young People's union
meets in Toledo July 4 to 7. With -he
Brotherhood of St. Andrew, which
meets in (jnicago m October, using
have been established in America a ' again the halls of the universitv there,
century and a half exactly. Methodists I the union is practically the only gen-
ai"d tn litir. nal.hrattnn nn.3 ..r ....!.. Prill hrtrfi. tst .via. .1.1.. in i ,,.
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will speak both on
the culture courses.
missions and on
are to have celebration and offering
wormy or the occasion. Alreadv finan-
arious causes are
es to eomo tn
America from the Methodisms of the
world. Whether the celebration take
piace in Aew lork or Baltimore de
pends upon the decision of the com
missions, but it is expected that both
cities will have some part Methodists
of America, all names, number 7,000,000
actual members, which means a popu-
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eral body to meet this
the year 1D1-. At Toledo is, to -be cel
ebrated the 25th anniversary of the
union. An address on its historv and
achievement will be given by the Rev.
Ccorge T. Webb, a former general sec
Among the speakers at Toledo will be
Kev. Frank L. Anderson, of Chicago,
who is chairman of the educational
ccmmittees having charge of the un
ions Christian culture courses- the
Rev. Dr. Carl D. Case, of Buffalo; John
L. Alexander, the expert on work for
b05s.1f th,e men and relSion movement,
and the Rev. Dr. J. Q. Henrj. of Cali
fornia, the temperance leader.
Christian culture courses of the un
ion, taken by about 20.000- persons an
nually, are not unlike the Chautauqua
circles, but have for their chief aim th
making of young people of Baptist
churches intelligent on the history of
'aptist work and plans. There will
rereafter join in theso , nnt-co,? . t-
I Baptist young people, whose churches
for are n?v,a partot tl,e regular Baptist
" .-"". -me new sccreiary or
TbexTBaJ?Ust, ,freisn society. Rev. Dr.
J H. franklin, will be at Toledo and
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NEW DEP.IUTIKK MADE
IN EDUCATION MATTERS
The Episcopal church has just per
fected Its general board of religious
education by the election of a general
secretary. He is the Rev. William E.
Gardner, who has been for two years
secretary of a missionary department
that includes New England, but who
has for years been prominent in Sun
day school work. It is stated that he
will enter upon his new work at once.
The election took place in Philadelphia,
but New York will be the headquar
ters of the new board.
The step is one that the Episcopal
church has been working on for 10
j ears, and it consists in putting Sun
day school work upon a broad basis,
with a comprehensive name, and or
ganizing it on the same plan as is the
general board of missions of tho same
church. The new board will have de
partments, corresponding to those of
the mission board, and eventually, it
is expected, the departments will have
secretaries as do the missionary de
partments. The new board disclaims effort to
perfect religious education on lines of
public schools. It states that the basis
for such education -as it seeks to give
13 the Christian home, not the public
school. The board will stimulate to
higher education, will provide for
teacher training, and endeavor to put
svstem into the whole profession of
teaching the gospel to children.
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To haul your baggage or move you.
Storage and packing by careful men.
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POULTRY AND STOCK SUPPLIES.
HAY AND GRAIN PHONES:
CATHOLICS OF FKACE
PROGRESS UNDER SEPARATION
Instead of the dire fate of the Catho
lic church when separated from the
government, predicted by the pope,
that church in France has gone for
ward since separation as it never did
when a part of the state. Formerly, in
SENTENCE SERMONS IN
PULPITS OF EL PASO
order to effect changes of almost any
kind, permission of the state had to be
first obtained. As they could not al
ways be haa there were many anuses.
Freed from state alliance, a revival of
religion and of church building has
come, so that greater progress has
been made in Paris alone during the
lout tw-n vnar. nf spniiRiticn than dur
ing 100 j ears previous of dependence l
on the state.
Exactly as in Protestant bodies,
church extension societies have been
formed in the Catholic church in the
principal cities of France. These have
both built churches in new neighbor
hoods and have divided old parishes
ond provided new churches in suffi
cient numbers that all who wish mav
attend public worship. In Paris proper
nine more parishes have been formed,
in the archdiocese 13 more, and in the
district 24 new chapels have been
erected. To comply with the French
separation law three percent of
amounts expended in churches is paid
to the government, but the latter re
turns the entire sum to the church in
the form of gifts.
The Pans Church Building society
has Just held its second annual meet
ing. The new archbishop of Paris. ar
dmal Amiette. presided and praised
the work accomplished. He rejoiced in
the separation in so far as it secured
liberty for the Catholics such as they
enjoy in America,, but added that in
and around I'aris are sun i.avu.wvu
persons almost completely deprived of
Christian privileges owing to distance
of their homes from the churches. To
provide for these masses cardinal
Amiette described as the immediate
work before the new society.
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The Christian hope Is based on the resurrection of Jesus and consists
of expectation for reiurrcctlon. reward and reunion with loved ones. Rev. H.
S. crmllllon. state evangelist of New Mexico Baptist church at Highland
Park Baptist chnrch.
If the scriptures teach ns anything, they tench us that past sin. for
which one is penitent, need never separate a soul from God. Rev. J. E. Ab
bott, at Westminster Presbjtcrlan church
A man whose hope Is dead, Is him self well nlgl. dead. Rev. E. H. Combs,
t St. Paul's Lutheran church.
As the worth of the man Is not to be judged by where he came from,
but I,y what he Is and does. the merit of a religion or philosophy -1,J not
to be judged by It, origin, hut by Its fr nits. Rev. J. Allen Ray, at Trinity
of Christ Is to the plan of salvation what i, .. I. '
solar system Rev. J. F. Williams, at V Irst Baptist church.
The none that I have Invested In the education of jonng preachers has
Jlelded the grcntcst returns of any money I have ever used. Rev. Jeff D.
"ay, of Fort Worth, at Calvary Baptist church.
The gospel of God has; done more for the world than any one thlng
therefore we ought not to be ashamed of It. Rev. Ed L. Mllllcan, at East El
a -o uapui can re xi
Christianity holds out no hope to any man who Is not willing to make any
unnnlftn. la4. . v
.,......tc .i ,-, rtrtjui.cu oi mm. uev. A. ;. Evans,
tlst church. ,
at Highland Park Bnp-
The all-around, or four square, or every Inch a man Is not or human cob
bling; he Is divinely ordered through faith wlu the feet planted firmly n
the everlasting word. Rev. C. R. Womeldorf. at First Presbyterian church.
A man without n distinct religious creed Is unuallj a negative charac;-'
er, Rev. Kenneth Brown, at East El Paso Presbyterian church.
Joshua 1:1 -U.
Now after the death of Moses tho
servant of the Lord, it came to pass
that the Lord spake unto Joshua tho
son of Nun. Moses's minister, saying,
Moses my servant is dead; now
therefore arise, go over this Jordon.
thou, and all this people, unto tho
land which I do give to them, even
to the children of Israel.
Every place that the sole of your
fcot shall tread upen. that have I giver
unto you. as 1 Maid unto Moses.
From the wilderness and this Le
banon even unto the great river, the
river Euphrates, all the land of the
Hlttites. and unto the great sea. to
ward the going down of the sun. shall
be your coast.
There shall not any man be able
to stand before thee all the days of
thy life; as I was with Moses, so 1 will
be with thee I will not fail thee, nor
Be strong a.nd of good courage, 'or
unto this people shalt thou divide for
an inheritance the land, which I sua re
unto their fathers to give them.
Only be thou strong and very cour
ageous, that thou inajest observe to
do according to all the law, which
Moses my servant commanded thee:
turn not from it to the right hand or
to the left, that thou mav est prosper
whithersoever thou goes!.
This book of the law shall not de
part out of thy mouth, but thou shalt
meditate therein day and night, that
thou mayest observe to do according
to all that lb written therein: for then
thou shalt make thy way prosperous,
and then thou shalt have good suc
cess. Have not I commanded thee? Be
strong and of a good courage- be not
afraid, neither be thou dismayed; for
the Lord thy God is with thee whither
soever thou goest.
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HOLD SKSMO. IV DOUGLAS
Douglas. Ariz., July 1 Gathering for
the purpose of comparing notes upon
their work and learning lessons of
mutual be.iefit to :l o .rgiinxations
they represent. 16 Mexican mission
aries from An.ona. New Mexico. Texas
Chihuahua and Sonora ua e been in
session in tins t it The occasion was
the ninth annual -rssion uf the inter
d r.ommational convention f Christian
churches and Sundav schools It be
?an June '7 and ilosed S'indaj cven
The stbsions of the mi!:bionarit3
v.ere held in tbe First Presbyterian
church and were largely attended. Tho
programs were filled with interest to
everyone who is religiously inclined
Ml proceedings were conducted in Eng
Psh with Spanish interpretor.
WINKELMAN YOUNG PEOPLE
ARE GIVEN ENJOYABLE DANCE.
Winkebiian. Ariz.. Jnlv 1. Invita
tions were issued for a social dance
which was siven by Messrs. Davenport,
Osden. , Lepace and Johnson. A lunch
was served between the dances ami an
enjoyable time was spent by the fol
lowing: Mrs. Davenport. Misses Cook,
ChipDian. Pvfc, Martinez. Graham,
Storv. Halsev, Graham, Mer3, Messrs
Beekner. Goodrich- Oootev. lnan.
Johnson Osplon. Mvers. Baker. Cornelius.
Lcnson. Rickets. Davenport and Sharpe.
Mrs. IL L. Union entertained in
honor of Mrs. E. L. Tavlor, who will
leave soon for the coast.
The buildin? of Hennis A Giffin, no
under const notion, will be completed
some time in August nl be oc
cupied by the Gila Valley bank.
TIIK MODERN IDBA.
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has a little bb "
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"Boy or co-ear- From Judge.
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