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1Ms Katherine 'Thoijpson of
Wood, Secoid son of Generl L.eoniart
lt unveiling of ieinoriit to King E1
and141 Secretary of the Navy Deuby uti
NEWS REVIEW OF
Senate Ratifies Naval Limita
tion Treaty, Chief Fruit of
' the Conference.
OTHER PACTS ARE APPROVED
Efforts to Sav.e Navy and Army From
Dangerous Reductions-Great Coal
Strike Begins-Lloyd George's
Genon Policy Before Com
mons for Approval.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD
H AN'IN(, inliie their losihI light
agaIinst thie Pnleille four't-power.
p)110, th obsrpru mliniority inl thet
eniat ilie sed frlinl troitityg llst
week, 11id fell into line--all but Sell
HIto' 1' 110 l 1i f Ma ryiliad. The treitty
on1 luuiiltitiiii of Inaivies, ehief work
of tile Wisiington confereice, afer
sin ilicolisetqItientlt den ( e, wais rall
fled oti Weiiextin by i vote of 74 to
1. Mr. France defendiedl Ills lonely
liegat ive vote by conienling that tle
Ulit(e'd 811ta1 8110111 cotiuelt build
Ing tle largest navy lin (Ie world in
1lltill other ittions inld shiowni theitr
williigne.ss to abolish rl - to tlly. Of
the ot ler IrrecillioI Inl bles, Horaih (x
pilined that he fn ait-ved the treaty
beei use It w'as a siepi towaird the goni
it wllll lie halld be 14 niiig fIor man1y
yrill-l. lailttlely, oill Itle 11is11'illi11l2ellf
11ed that hie hellevet i s agreielteit
w s Ilucit as the intntit hiti n v t
ifsrencetas-lejit itoil Keopin i Jon.
Aii;n 81111 On oni diud not dsgut his
d iie.di I ' ntor p t sp el f rit( Pi
at it theSiiillton tciusi, bu lie vted11
for raOlti -ntion12(1 t he toi ti assuranceiis of.
theiI oftv enernY llk orcha ihelt I I Unie
Stts i int gt yafar ive21121 up. anyting that
theopgIno teheati the otay thought1
tret wl hot bnel wffet in rpluer
Wiiintnedh-t ely after1 the ve of tii -
en1ti te ietei tiotik 81 tthe tetiy
prhibll822riting to perfeot gasn
rticting the ulse of IhshInreiney. n
wafe n n ecepfolg~ titssI ( tnun ('otsy
Refor witi his(i vdote gisea"t-ti Wads
worth toof tNew Yotk n irta ofathe
mfiar their ceennuittee(, texpressedli
the opinio, tht ithe-poetr tis e
ltnato w titi not ( beiwort thle paeri u
ith the write eIt on.'Ot'1)
"t'orh ainy tows lirt, 8011( enaiitor
*orde ifs thel in liedi tte grmyt
Vshouii tonp O~ tr it perfec gas
dotn't daye stop. Andii theIi1I onl t wayO~i
wce ennuerfti gas11 tansk 11huIs to text1
t:pheith the k~idy uf gsert tw hiw
mayghav toh comat. Weorh a sosn pt~i
Btieviret hweero, ith e remIin
Jiang toil Chn n thl-e 110ofne delig
through, and ths rte sennt copet
erits pary rn akng th elee gre
Ttra lt and withelt retson theb tDe
e tert pcwehn t shre in t his accom-e~
fitormeo l~iI i'edtWils omsto to
Aive mLIuh- crei ori arusng plulic
Ituis evt, howevel wth th lIpof
liansroi-tllimak 81lrge~luj use of the n
forence0 and its rely. 'lin oy th iser
4 The l verypo lreon t hleve thei
treattles will vbe sedily( Irat ifi b the
other0 pwerh s partyO teo sti thede,
no n o hm si apstint
for tohldbckfo fl are
Wiliitnngtoli, D el.. fortner iriny iurse, u
I Wood. Is atinotnced. 2--''lh l'rice o
wa.1srd 'll ait i-lbl. 3-itotary itei*ni
vellhig tlie ltotari'y ictiniol al tailett it I
i tiiniher niicessiry tecording to ilt es
tilntite's (if the <ejpirtiet's x pt,
mill wichl would force ouit of conantis
slan innitily crift tliat ire posit (I\vely
nwedltil. It is not likel y, however, t hat
Ihis cipul ling progriaint will suiccee4d,
lapiuse the "lg 1 villvy" inin4- of tilie
housea. are prepared to entiihat It, Ilte
iiiajIorily Ieadeirs in file Senlate dlhtre
they wI ll not sitil for It, atl l'resi
tiit I htalla ig probably would Vvto the
aphproiriailon bill If it entiine up to lin
1in 1hat1 sliapue.' WhenI he 1111 Is re
ported to 1the house tils week, nacord
Ing to Ile pliani, Itoget's of 3laxxssachui
sets will offer aon iaaineit yhting
(le inainu iiiut lrengt at 96,01K). If
this fallIs, 1as It likely will, MalArthlur
oif Oregon will roI liose 86,M0 as 'the
Nin LEh u tha tiue iaa.y iiaeai tie
arinuy Ilien nIr exerclsedi over tle
Itel'enicy towiard what ti-hey belleve I()
Ie fIlse and danigerous veoniiy
Shown biy inany iaaaibembe of conlgress.
Tho hous plissel filn armny appro111prin",
tion bill whilch linits the armay to 1 1..
OWK estillstedI nun and)( 11,(MM0Otlr.
('nieral 'ershing, chief oft, ssf, and
('noiteral iiithord, <deputy chIef, assert
'ih slicha i rectielon "woild introduCe
As tiunw ''arraitead elentasit of citangel lin
our p)intl of liitionlall de4ftnise" ani(d 11ha11
Sl iitny of 150,0M0 iien sail 12,0M0
oilleerS Is ibsolut ely essentlitl to (le
naition's ieeis sit tiis tlme. At first
tile blil carried i provision liImiting
(lie 'residei's right to leteriniune file
size of giarrisons lin the Ilawallian Is
lands al le Pi anaa (nai Zoie.
TiIs was Ilini nated when Atthony of
Kaa s41 stll lie 111 tle promiseii5 of
file Wia* delpiartnent to reduce those
garrisons, but Secretiary Weeks indig
niantly decltred that he not only hlad
naide ISo such promaise but had Ito In
eit lotn of makIing tie reduction.
Ger I'a I I 'ershing saiys the lil ilI aind
P an insa nngairristts cainot hie ('ut do4wni
wIt hout vilahtlnag the sottiniest pr'inet
lilts oif secuty, ~'
A * i'^"""I' y"'le hose t'e ar-y
(10(O fora tine (exnes of th Wa ~sr d~e
Initrti nent, but the repr'esentat(ives
inele tInh'eir lam for geniniie econo
iny look deceteily foolish lby the audots
t ion of an 'inaenadinenat Iicresing by
$15i,000,000 thle aitount carried as a1 i
Ilumip sumi toiward contatl iiion of
wonrk (lie comning fiscal yeaar oin river
sand liarb~or pr'ojiets.
The buainget lhit'au and the iappro~
pritations a'oiaittee of theo haouse had
ren'('iiiitumende an apprpria'OilitIona of $27,
0K0(X0 for this liirpose, hut thle
"liork bairrel" fore's, uandor the gen
erualshaip of Msarmu of Illitols, linsisted
uploin te Iarger suin, anud lhaid their
wayi3 de'spi te thie earinest efforts of
Mondiitell of W~yomi~ig, lasu'ton of Ohalo
someiwhast distuarbed by3 this oplen dlil
snee of the bildget systeml, for lie he
I leves InsI lie biudget tadu intenids thiat
it shall lie give ao fair tril.
A TM I""N"" WI "'1 Frd ojacr"t ong
t'ease4td hii all the uniaonilzed biltu
mnuinous an d santhri aelI e coit ai ies of
lite cinitrny, 595',000) mainers Ilaig
doni their tools. All effort's to pre
vent the great stirike wer~e futile. Ae
cordIng to somne of the aunioni ieiaders,
the wialkeaut is lIkely to last abot
sixty dlays. D.auhg that tInte, pre
saumialy, hot h sides w'Ill fortnulaste
their dlenn'di~s a nd presenit thelir ('5a1ss,
and1( it ayi lie thiat thlese will result
in the negotIatIon of ntew contrnets.
The operators insist thaat wages muist
('o1ne dlowni inl corespondicence with the
del(Cinet ini the cost oif living, but they
hiave snot yet reveailed whiat per'enit
sage of r'educt ion theay will deimad.
Th'le miner~is, ini replly, 14ay3 thiat the
stagnatlon In the ('oal Iiduistry is du~e
to wasteful miethiods of pirodliietion, e'x
cessive priofits, vilatIon oif thne la'ws of
supply Iand~ *deiimad In cointrol of mar-'
kets and prIces, siad that costs of liv
lng ini the iinet Strenis havi~e idynneed
w~haile w~'ages remasined staStionar y,
In someit reglons, aS Plttsburgha,
southlern Ohilo and( Kaniasiwhsi, Vat., theit
oplenratIors have po~ste n'i ot Ie's oif wa'ge
r't'lnuetons ainda hiojlp lie inlle to runi
themr inineis wIth nonunion labhor. In
IllIiols thie mners, thloiugh not in en
tire sy'mpa~sthy with th le stri'ke, sit tik
by the internationansl, iad (lie Ind~liiana
meon dial the samie. I (lioably3 in both
these stated sepairsate state agree
mnents could have .beema negotiated, but
this was forbidden bthe aitrn.al.n
.i o a ..r...nt C...M....ug
im44411 vi lvenvl to (2. (2. Me1shtil 441
()tinh of tihe Iikitown Soldier lin Ar
Ill. Thle Ill11461s ininlies cnnnlot hle of)
erai ted by pick-tip hahor heelluse of It
hillte hltw whlech requirens thalt) coall
digger nut1y Ie vingloyed un1 less he eIn
show Ill Ieast twol years' expi-W teliee
1ner101, gromial. W121 (.'overnor Allen
11110ti te indtsI trial ('ourt Will d1o Inl
llinsais is Iaroiusiig genierl;' interest.
If tle promises of the tlioll iads
fire kept, there will he nto vioile:ce in
('4n11(etifon1 with the strike. Nor will
Ihe' Imit'es sit'er physielly. fir enouligh
ilel will he peituitted it) silly in) tIhem
tokeepl thvin If.rom being flooded and14
N "K"A' ILNIN r'e"der of sovet
Itlussi,. is againl deald, eodn
to Ielorlts, hut, ns on1 prevtois trenl
ions11 is belie'ved (hat the Ptlinor is
". grefatly ('xaggeri."Prob.I bly It is
true ti m1t lie is Ilile ill, an11d it Is Iot
likely thait he will le tible to Ittein1
thW ;4Iteno: cIllference. Ilowever. the
soviet th'Iegtes tl that collfah ire
l11xuliously (ill tilir way to illy by
w\\ I% of ta 11114 1ni lin t', rejoielig Iln
,he lact tinmi al 1.i 1. , h i g v r m n
Is to haveN- it tulesure of eonto
""rIli th li'('1PIll ist IC an~d hougi9OS
go)verInenllflts t hey hatev So lintensely.
ThyV are ho1peifil of obtaiiiing tinan
(1hitl 1an(d ('(n uirela t itsslstanc1ve fill the
tinsk of definitely (s1bliig the
Comminunist regime In H118.I 4tle t (e 11lin
recen1 t ly d claIIred co11( Ill nitilsm there
ha~d reachled thle 1111n1t of yielding to
capitalismn anti Wats nlow Inl at position
aga11in to advancve. BtIt( he old tile
coinmtnst they mu P "ISt cenlse their
drealling I1ind get to worik.
SICIII1t LL i GEOltG1'a, s pol
Ivy coneinling tihe (elol confer
c1enee Was t(4 be stillhtted to the liouse
of coluitions this w'ee'k for apioval or
rejet11, and (In tlie result depends
Ils retienionl of otlice. toreover, It
wIlS said 11h1111 (le small inajority thiit
wats assured(1 h411n on4 al vote 0of conf11
(1e1ce wold~ not Siltis8fy himi. Unless
he wuas given at maijorlty' of at -Ieaist
300, asted4t( Is fiendt(s, 14e would re'
sign. The resolutIon 1pepared for! th~e
hiouse~ to a(ct up1on1 read:
"ltesolved1, Thait this house up
iprov'es 1the resolut ions ipassed by3 the
suprem'11e (!Ic nel at Casnnes as5 a basis1
fori theO Genoa coniifer'ence and4 ill slup
j4orlt his mai~jesty's governmutent ini en
deav4~oring tol give elfe'et 1to them1."
Already i. Lltoyd( George haid quiet.
ed1 thle opp4josion1 in41 h i hine4t by' lhe
tion1 of the~ soviet gove'rnmuent of Ituis
stae o anry nrestt tihughut
thle Allihammel(dan 1 wor4ildl, thelfallire o
the Gr'ee'ks to defeat the KOmliIsts ini
Asi M1inor 14nd( other'4 conditions411, thle
allIes' Nesar E~ast ('(1nferen'e iniii Paris
deldedl'( 11441t the4 Turikish1 emipirte
shou4(1ldie r'estored', withl restrictions14.
Accor'ding to. thle plan41 adoIpted, the
T1ur'ks obtain11 C'onstaiin ple441, a4 soverI
hng Smlyrsna and1 Thra 'lce v wi Rodosto1.
T1hie (Grieeks r'etin i A dr'1 inople and14 a
bulYer' 'orrirl(01 r'eacing to the flIhick
seal, f~eig OtY Ithe 11ulga4rians1 fromt
thle Tur'ks. Ahandl(onmflent (of th in lter'
aille0d reglime of the Golden hlorni and1
the reOstortion(4 of the 5tultani's po4wer
Ia salfeguarded44( thlrough the lit ish int
sistence that GalInlipoll heC left to lie
GIreeks. I urdanselles deiitarizn1'ed and4(
the alliled m41tiar ilspectors over'see
the razing of tall fortificationls.
Whle the Greeks are not' at all sa41
IsfiedI with thIs a4rranigteent, all1 fal
t101ns except the Venilzelists aire sup-)
por1tlig the Gounaris cabluet ini ate
fair fromi pleased and( hiave no(t yet
algreedl to the0 propsals. Nor hav te
they ne(cepted( the re(ommiiembtns of)18 i
the aiid~ foreIgn mnitster's for1 at set
Ilemnent of their differences w~Ith4 tile
Greeks. Fo(r t hIs Iatter tile Fr1ench'
areCW~ 14 wring thle (4r4eeks much('l as5 did
LI'd 1Hyron4 long ago whentu hie wroite:
O__ 'T"" I 'l 'ol" 1111- 1enewed
hope4( f'or ai uith'td ireinl n a1I
pea'1ce a1gre (eent signed4 Iby 14 represent
tives (of tile lFree Statle 'mIntl lster
gov'ernm~iets. It is not4 ap14p1arent howi,~
this w'll opei'u to nify~ th13 le repub'j?
Ileans51, whlose 1i11 4st exp1lot1a 111( do
strucl(tion oft'1th' hin~t of the F'reL'munI'I
Journnl in Doun.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES
WHAT .HA8 OCCURRED DURING
WEEK THROpGHOUT COUN.
TRY AND ABROAD
EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE
Gathered From All. Parts Of The
Globe And Told In Short
The British Miners' Union is going
to give its support'to the American
miners in their national strike, wlich
begins soon. The British coal miners,
however, will not take any action to
stop the shipment of coal to the Unit.
The two Koreans whose attempt to
assassinate 3a*on Tanaka of Japan,
-cost the life ot LIrs. W. J. Synder, an
American tourist, will stand trial in
The Fairey hydro-aeroplane, a 400
horse power machine, which is flying
from lisbon to Brazil, reached the
(anary Islands, 1,000 miles from Lis
bon aftet a flight of 8 hours, and re
ported "all well."
Despite the Irish peace agreement
signed ill ILondon, violence continued
in Ulster province. Four men, two of
them policemen, were shot (lown in
the streets. T1remendous daimage was
done by a series of incendiary fires
in the businiess district.
The establishient of an airplane
line frotn England to India and Aus
tralia, of which experts long have talk
ed, now appears imminent. A power
ul financial group has made appeal to
the air ministry to take the airships
with their material hases which the
ge erinment has been unable hitherto
to induce anyone to nceept as a gift.
'The House of Lords approved Lord
Birkenhead's amendment. referring
back to the commit tee on privileges,
Lady Rhandda's petition for member
ship. The committee has pweviously
'-ported favorably but so much oppo
sition among the lords over the ques
tion of seating the peress that the sit
uation has been reopened.
France has dispatched a note to
Washintion acknowledging the receipt
of Secretary of State Hughes' second
note antd recognizing the validity of
America's clain for payment for the
upkeep of the army (f occupation on
the Rhine, it was learned at the For
eign Office. France promises to co
operate in the matter with the other
Allied j (-wers.
The Portuguese seaplane which re
cently left Lisbon in an attempt to fly
to South America, completed in safety
the first leg of the Journey on sched.
oile. Cable dispatches say the plane
arrived safely at Las Palmas in the
Charles, former emperor of Austria
and king of Hungary, who Is ill of
doubit pneumonia, has rallied and at
tending physicians report slight iii
provement, says a dispatch from Fun
Prof. J. E. Morin of the modern lan
guage department of Mecill university,
Mont real, Canada, was acquitted of
the charge of attempting to murder
Prof. H-ermann Walter, headl of the
same dlepartment, by placing paris
grecen in a wvell ulpon Walter's country
Three Portuguese cruisers, according
to Lisbon advices, have gone to eta
tion themselves at dliferent points in
the Atlantic ocean to act as a cenvoy
for twvo P~ortuguese officers who will
make an attempt to fly in a hydro--air
lalne from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro.
Without organized murder raids ini
progress throughout the border coun
ties of Ulster, vicious clashes between
Orangemeni and Sinn Feiners reportedl
over a widle-sp~readl area, political (1s
senters among the northern leadlers
andi practically open revolt against the
provision governfment in south Ireland,
the British government will v-ery likeI
ly take its first step towards inter
vention when it meets the Irish lead
era at the colonial office.
The two arins conference tr-eatles
limiting the navies of the great pow
ers andI restricting the use of subma
rines and poison gas weore ratified in a
landslide of approbation by the son.
The senate completed its part of
the arms conference progr-am by gi
ing its apptroval to the last t wo articles
of the group of seven admitted to it for
The Rotarians formally placed a
bronzo tablet on (lie tomb or the un
known soldier in Arlington cemetery
accompaniedi by a suitable address by
the presidlent of that organization
The New York Central Itailway was
grantedl authority by the Intersta te
Commerce Commission to issue
000,000 of 6 11cr cent refunding aned -
provemnent mortgage bondsk,. ('rbt C.
'The h1,ds are to be sold at noet lI
than 90) pt r ('en t of par.
The leak of the post-war- crinme
wave' has bie'n reaeder and a hseei
percept ible decrease ha51 Iy 'tIii i
11amn J. linrnis, chief inige1 jatr fog
th I'-pairtmfent of .Just ice. SI-Iteud -n
reviewing1 t' three years of a* -,
history in the wake of' the( Wnrij
ine for I le (-ranei~ to settl i't( b (
feno ah y . lie declared.
A lark holurse bonius .schieii
liait the oneir adopted by u.Isu
wa~s dIis iss-ed by Sena tor'T'utf ~
pulian, of Utah, withI r'stii
An investigation has been inatita.ted
by 'the interstate commnree colnmis.
sion, according to announcement, into
the reasonableness ot practically all
rates on coal in the wee'mrn portion
of the United States.
Henry St. George TucKer of Virginia
has come back into the house after
an absence of fifteen years. He was
elected from the Tenth Virginia die.
trict to succeed the late Henry D.
Samuel Compers, presilidont of the
American Federation of Labor, in
statement, says that the owners o
coal mining properties, anthracite and
bituminous, are forcing a general
stPike in union mines by their "auto.
cratic attitude" and "take all for prof
it" policy. He asserts that the bitu
minous industry is in the control of
the steel people and the anthracite
mines are dominated by the railroads,
Testimony of Wayne B. Wheeler,,
general counlsOl ot thee Anti-Saloon
league, before the house appropria
tions committee; made public, reveal.
ed that the organization had protested
the nomination "of half a dozen or
more federal Judges," Mr. Wheeler
added that he had never asked for the
transfer of a federal judge.
Although business continues to
make progress in its recovery from
the depression of 1921, as indicated by
the department of commerce since
March 20, the department warned in
a review of conditions made public
that rehabilitation "needs to be cau
tious that it may be built upon a firm
Tile Federal Trade Commission is
sued an order to "cease and desist"
against the Planters' Manufacturing
Company, Mt. Olive, N. C. The order
is directed aainst the action of the
respondent in ' shimating so closely as
to cause confusion. the name11 of the
Planters' Malnufacturing company of
It is announced that the eighth in
fantry, part of the returnin.; "Rhine
army" will debark at Clarleston, S.
C., and proceed to Forts McPherson,
Moultrie and Screven. Ca.
While his wife was lying in bed
asl'ev. Ambrose Watts. 30. Middleton,
Ohiio. who claims to hav been dream
Ing, shot her through the head.
Fred L. Trombly, who had served a
term1 for grand larcony, escaped from
the state reiforniatory of Washington,
served a six ionths sentence for petty
larceny and sentenced to six to fifteen
years in the penitentiary for theft of
diamionds, after having been sought
by Seattle police and detectives for
more than six months, was found on
the police force. He is now in jail.
Tex Rickard, who has been on trial
on the charge of criminally assaulting
a 15-year-old girl, was found not guilty
by a New York City jury.
It is announced in Lawrence, Mass.,
that the cotton mill strike is spread
ing, and the strike is assuming the
proportion of a general protest against
reduction in wages.
As fascinating as a tale by Jules
Verne is the plan for aerial explora
tion of the "roof of the world," recent
ly sketched in New York City by Capt.
Roald Adunsen, discoverer of tile
South Pole. Tile next expedition thlat
sails for tile Northl Pole, ho says, will
not be like thlose wichl have plreeded
it. Its vision will not be confined
to a few, mliles on eitiher s-ide of tile
ship), but froml thle air it wvill be0 able
to take in at a glance objects 200 mliles
away. It will talk biy radlie withl
Wash ington four t imels a day, and1(
Iwhen it returns, in three years, it will
know what the0 civilized world hlas
ben doin~g during its abisence.
Clyde Richley, a1 taxi dIriver of na
ker'sfieil,Calif., was attacked by two
masked an~d rolbed menlwo were ap.
prehlended by officers and hlave been
indictedi by tile grandl jury.
Inl an effort to rescue a womtan
trapped liy a fire in a rooming hoeuse
in New Orleans, F'iremlan Osc-ar Vidlal,
24, lost is life. Tile body was found
ila biath room after te flanmes hlad
bieen Put out. Fifteen persons in tile
bu11ilding ('scape, but one mana suf.
fered a birokent limnb and sevieral wom
on wore slighltly burned. P'roperty,
dlamlage was irisignificant.
Oil. said to lbe (If aft uniusually lhM
grade, has been broiughlt in withl a nat
itral fiow of miore I tan 100 ha rrels a
day, froni a wvell loca1ted onl a 100-hlufn
dhred acre tract inl thli( hleart of the
twvent y-'ighithi ward of Pitt sburg.
After- being (coni 'ct ed (If burglaryA
and sen tenceed ini openI Courtroomt at
"Fyetteville, GIa., Gentus Cofleld sprang
siuddcenily uipon Weymnan Cofie'ld, his
nepheitw, whose s(ensatlotloifsion f _
hadl convictd im tii, Plunging a degger
deep into his chest. P'hysichians de.
(-lare 11e can nlot recov'er.
'Tie New E'nglandl cotton mill1 strike
has taken on a new 1)hase5 by extend.
(ig to the important cotton andl wool.
nmi'll 11center of lawlrence, and set
lemient of thle cont roversy is reported
t(o be niot mi sighlt.
Harry JLeon Wilson, nationally
known autol r an filPlaywright, and
i boodore ('riley, artist, fought a duet
re-c-'nitly, according 1o al story printed
ii '111 he San F'rancisco Examiner.
An investigation of the deaths of
Mr. JIosefa itiazeku anid her slate,
itMa, kniowni as thle ''Siamese twins,"
'as started rec(-ntlly, p'Ollowinlg a con- ~
.ri-fce with th diiuoctors ionecte'd '
wtih (te i-ase, hoiwever, the coroner -
(abandoned is lSdanfs for a post nmortem Ii
ixamiiinta tio anmd auothlorized tile issu- E
lilce oif a de(a th cirtificate, i
Olivia M. I'. Sto'te, graduate nturse, 3P
-u'lapsed (on tile agines~s stand at her
rial on a (har-ge of murdering Ellie
buy Klnkcad. formler Cincinnati cor
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