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VOLUME~ XXXII. LIAUR~ENS, souTI- CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1917, UILR4
CANVAS TO BE N
Additional Members will be
Work for the Army.
On Thursday morning April 26th,
fro:n 9 to 11 o'clock a canvass of the
city will be made for the purpose of
seiuring additional members in the
Woman's Service League recently or
ganiized liere. This work is afliliated
with the activities of the (Red Cross
and in (lime of war suipplements the
work ot that society. About 30 ladies
have consented to do the work and the
canvassers will report at headquarters
e(stabllished for the day at the old
stand of Powe Drug Co., under the
L2aurens 'lotel. iOvery member se
cured augments the fund with which
bandages, pillow cases, etc;, are pur
ANNU.i1 VEl.'IINS' DINNER
TO BE SERVED SA'TUIDA Y
Commutu Ittee4 have been ippolilnted to
Look A fter the Pleasure and Com.
fort (if (.4d Soldiers.
The auiial dinner to the Confede
ate elterana, given by the .1. 11. Ker
i:haw chapler, U. ). C., will be givel
Satur day, Alwil 281h in the armory.
.\ll the veterans are invited to be pres
cnt. Th'ldiier will be served at the
usual hour anld afterwards the veter
an..; will robably gather In a body
to discuiss incidents of the war. The
fllown!ing cominittees have been ap
pointed to take charge of the different
phases of the 'ntertainient:
Coimi itie on 1)ecora I Ion--I rs.
Warren Bolt, Mrs. W. D. Ferguson,
Mrs. W. 11. Dial, 'Mrs. Mayme Fergu
son, Mrs R. E. Babb, Mrs. 1j. K. Aiken,
Mrs. Alec Bramlett, Mrs. J. H. Teague.
Dinner Comintt11e-Mrs C. \1.
C!arhev, .\rs. 1,. 0. Dalle1, .Jr., '.\s. W.
P. Pall, 'Mrs. . I. lloyd, Mrs. W. 1).
':y'd, .\ir.i. .1. S. ilennelt, .ilss 1la
14!M I'opeland, .rs. .1. 0. C. Fleming,
.\ r.". \V. I. Gilkerson, .\Mrs. .Jlonas I'.
G ray, NI S. I. I). 'Dlarlington, .\ rs. .lary
liar ri, Nliss Nlartha liellamns, Mrs.
W. '. ltleas, Mrs. W. I. Richey, Sr.,
Mri. .1. C. Smith, .\Mrs. Arrah Sullivan,
Mrs. I osphinCe 0. Watts, MIs. Itobt.
l!chellerger, Mrs. C. F. Ilank in, Miss
Hlettfi Watts, NIr. .1. 13. Cooky, Mrs.
'. P. I ilam. Mrs; Cresswell Fleming,
Miss lamia Dial.
Colfee Committe--Nrs. .l. G. S'uhlI
van, Mrs, WX. I. Itichey, .Ir., Irs. R1.
F. l'leming, Mrs. '. G. Iancaster,
Mrs. lIrooks Swyger't.
CominitIe on Entertainment-Miss
Willie .Iones, Miss Ilessie Roland. Miss
.\l lil ah, MISS Dorothy .\ngel, Miss
i'LA NTINO 31ORE COlHN.
I.au:'ens County Farmers are Extend.
Ing Aerenge In Corn 'roduction.
teports fr'om many sections of the
('oulnty' indicnte that at least soiie of
thie farmers are goIng in for food
st uff;; this year heaier than they
have eveir (done so before. WhIle it 1.3
('oilmliIy reported that elh fa rmeros
:ma w hole have iiot yet awaklenied to
t he ciraims shor'tage of food supp)Ilies,
othiers ha ve real Ized thle sItuation and
have set about to make thIemselv~es in
depndent of cutside sourc'es. Some
fai'mers are pilanting large aer'eages
*with *i' vIew of priofiting by sales at
thle ighl lices niow, pre vailinug antd
'pr(dIctIed to pre'cvaIl as thle shortage
b~eoomes moi'e acute.
Mr t. Geo. I". llolt, who lives In the
Trinity IRidge sect ion, is one amuong
those who huave plantedI extensively ini
corn. NTr. Holt had about sixty acres
In grain before thle fr'eeze and all ex
cept fifteeui aei'es were killed at that
time. Insteadl of pultting tils in cot
ton, as many ohiers have (dine who
were sIi larly a(Yeeted, he has planted
thle enitiiu acreage, exceplt that wvhichi
was not. killed, in corn. In add~itlon
to this he has.plilanted enough cor'n
elnewhercao to bring his total acreage up
to about 120 acres, Hie rins about eighit
lows. Mr. Bolt says he seldom buya
corn in or'dinar'y years and more often
he has corn to sell.
.Mr. Senn, who lIves beyond the
Watts -Mill, lplannedl (hiring the wvin
fer to plant about thirty acres in corn.
As the shiortauge in food products be
camne impriesisedl upIon him and the
pr'ico of corn began to soar lie revIsed
his original plans andh dloubied his
acoreagei. NMr. Senn runs about four
or fiye lO'ws,
Sought to Aid In Red Cross
-.List of Volunteers.
The following are the volunteers
who will solicit micimbers:
.\ :s. Il L. Parkinson, Miss Willie
.lones, Miss Annie Garlington, Mrs.
M. L. Copeland, Miss Ilayme Fergu
on, Mrs. C. .l. 'Miller, Mrs. E. S. Ilud
genls, .lr.T. '.\l. Shaw, Mr~s. W. L.
Gray, Mrs. W. I. Anderson, Miss Avic
Mahaffey, Mrs. .J. If. Tague, Mrs. Ed
gar larks.dale, "Mrs. Will Thomason,
Mrs. Virgiia Caine, Miss Esther Fow
ler-, .MNiss Njarle 'Phillpot 13Mrs. Will
Meng, Mrs. J. 1I. Boyd, Mrs. 13. C.
Crisp, Mrs. Robt. Eichelberger, Mrs.
Wells Clardy, Mrs. P. A. Simpson, Mrs.
Frank Caine, .Mrs. 10. 0. Anderson,
Mrs. Robt. Roper, Mrs. .no. 'M. 11Iud
gens and others.
HAt"'AU'QUA STARTS TWO
WEEKS FROM TODAY
Tickets Al ready Being Disposed of at,
Rpllld Hate. Programs Now BeiIng
Lau1ren.' 5e('onld Chaut auiua will
1:egin Wednesday, .lay 9th, just two
weeks from today. Kris Mlassner, ad
vaiev reiiresentative of the liedpath
General otliocs, has been In tnlie (ity
for several days putting up bantners
and looking after other advertising
spe(cialties. Ir. .i\essner Is pleasant
ly reillembered as being in charge of
the tent last year, having reecived a
promotion since that time as a recog
nition) of his services.
The guarantors met In the rooms of
ite chamber of commer1 i'ce Friday
inight and went over the plans for 11le
ticket selling campaign. It. was de
elded to sell the tickets as they were
sold last year, by placing some in
tle drug stores and pacing others with
the gun i'.1 tors to sell. About a hun
drod tickets have already been sold,
Alessrs C. Ii. Hicks and W. It. Nl!
(uen having ,old most of those al
ready dipsed of.
The liatuanqua committee pur
chased 1,000 tickets, which will be
disposed of at $2.50 each, children pro
r'ata. After these are sold out the
pric will go to $3.00. The advanced
price will go into effect on the 8th
whether the full number has been sold
YOUNG PEOPLES UNION
OF %. II. P. (HUtiH.
To Hold District. Confereince in the
A. It. P. C'hureli here Tomorrow Af.
ternoont and Night.
The Youing Peoldes Ch ristian Union
of the LauIrens A. It. 1P. church will on
ertai n a Conference on Yoing Peoples
Worik oil .hurisiay afternoon, April
21*t-h. The afternoon servico will be
gin at -I o'clock and (lose at 6. From
'I to () thle conlfer'ence will standl ad
jou rnedi for a soela on thle grounds.
PI'cn Ie lunich ill be served.
Thle evening sessionl il be held
from .9 to 10). The program will conl
sist of addlresscs 01n Young LPeoples
Work and general dilsculssionl of thou'
Alit yotinig people andl thlose ilter
ested( in younig people's wor'k are co01
dtiaily invitedl to attend:
Tlheo pr'ogr'am wIll be as followvs:
Watch word: Faithfulness.
M\otto: Alli thIings lbhrough Chr iist.
D~evotilonal ser'vice. 'The tru'ie sir'it
of servlee. R1ev. 1. N. Keninedy.
10nrollment of dtelegates.
Address of welc'ome. Sirs. J1. RI. 1llis.
The Y. P. 2. U. as a chur'ch huilder:
I BulldIng the social life of the
(churchOl. R1ev. Lj. T. Pressly.
2 Ticnouriaging lIntellectual de
velopmlent. R1ev. J. .W. Carson.
3t Str'engthentng the spiitual life
of the church. MAiss Bessle Byrd
E~vening Service, 8 o'clock.
Report from Unions. Deolegates.
Question box, conducted by Rev. J. W.
The Y. P. C. UT. as a home missionary
agent. -Mr's. S. A. Leslie.
Thle Y. P. 0. U,. and WVorld IEvangeliza
tlon. (Hev. WV. A. MceAulay.
WVhat use shlould hse mlade of our stan
dar'd of excellence. Rev. hlonry
j Preaaly. Ajunet
Supporters of SelectiveI
IN BOTH HOUSES1
House Expeted to Vote Thursday-- -
liscussion in Seiaite, Where sticeess
of the Measure Is Assured. .i311y -(oin.
tinue I'ntil Saturdia.. Nicholls for
Washington, April 23.-With both
houses of congress debating the war
army bill today it became more than
ever aiparent that there is no fight
over whether a great army shall be
raised, the only quetsion being what
strength can be mustered by oppo
nents of the administration's selective
In the senate passage of the general
staff bill virtually without change is
regarded as certain; on the house side
the president's supporters are also
coifident of success though the contest
there will be biltler. Discussion in the
selate may cootntinue until Sauiilday,
but tle house, Under a ten tative agrtee
mn eat tor eiglteen h1ou1rs of geleral de
hate, probably will be realy to vote
by Thu ir 1sday.
.\ost of tile sp(eehes..; in tile house
werC inl favor' of the adiiinstration
plans after It ereItIative Delt
chall- irmian of the iIlltar coll itte(e,
had mnde anl opening statement (arn
estly supporting the bill' ats amenided 1
by ils committee, to authorize calli
for volmlteers, with provision for ap
plying the draft only If 11h0 volunteer
system fails. llepresen tat ive Nal of
California, rankig repiblicanl of the
committee, appeared Il the un ique
positIon of spokemanll for presidenit
and leader of the administration forv
Representatives AleKensie, Illinois:
Crago, Plennsylva nia; 01neay, .\lassa
clsetts: laInn, New York ( rteene,
Vermont ; Adamson, (eorgia; Aswell
of Louisiana an1d others poke foir the
draft its file only effective method of
raising the army ieeded. llepresentia
live Nicholls of South Calrolilna joined
Ciairmian Dent in champoning the
voltitee ri' pian. S'enator' Wadsworth I
and Senator Weeks vigor-ouls!y advo
(atinlg the draft, andI Seiator Thomas,
ats strolgly opposilg it. made the
prinicip ! :1Adres.es In the sliatte.
Chiairni Chatoberlain of the seinate
e'omm11tittee said tolighlt that he might
ask unaimotis coins;ent Wedn eslday
for a vote that d:'y or Thu 1rsday. Tio'
said lie (Id not expeut to endheavor. to
Ilse fihe new eloture rule, both hieean:wo
he was not cortain he could get the
two-thirds necesary to invoke IU and
becauise it ml ight resiIt in miuore talk
than would follow ii t h1e normial
U. S. ShIlP ('h.1SHE
Seeadlecr Ati 'mptp to Over'tak" \mr
ennil SI ensmiihi p but 1s Nout Mpteed
New~ Yor'k, A prill 23.---An Aemini
steamosiip wias chi a '01 for fIVE mles
by thle Germlian sea ra idecr Sca d!'r off
the coaist of Briazil, on .\piil slthI, ac
corinllg to the captain of the vessel,
which reaachedlli thi ort today. The
Seca dler, ireviouishly reported bly the
vict lis ouf het' raIs on thir arr 'iiva I
ai t lo Janiiino was f'ormoerly the
Anmeicanl bark, ['ass (of ltlalaa, In
to wii'h thIle Geram; had1( ti gaso
Th'le conpta in of' thle stamnshipit, wichl
Is etngaged in the~ SouthI Amitericani
tradle, said thle tOaidera was sigh tedl at (6
o'clock in thle :oi'ning, hcaing down
on 1dm at a niolint 29 m les north of the
Crttiator' an billet ween 2(0 and 300 miles
off the coast. The piurstuer, he said,
put on all speed, making 13 knots ani
hour'. As tIs "'as lightly less titan
his own vessel's spieed, lie was able to
thriow hier off after' a dlesperate chase.
Although' withlin ranige, fthe raider
did( not attemplt to fir'e on him. She
hlad Nor'weglan flags pialnted on her
sidles, he saidl, aind mouinted two gunls
apparently of eiht-inch cnli-bre.
This is the first r'eport of the opera
lions of the Seeadler sinee cewis from
ships, she sank reaching RIo' Janeir'o
Tonm Owvings, attending 1iilrmanl uni
ver'sity, spent the week-end In thle city
BRITISH FORC[S B[GIN
Intensive Fighting Around
iFrench Adiance iine Northeast (of
sossons lietween tlhe Aine and the
ClIeirin des Darnes. lintIsis h- suer
lleaivy Losses iII the ir.
New York, A pril 23.-Again the liri
ish have begun a period of intensive
ighting from the region of Lens south
yard to the Havrincourt wood and, ac
!ording to the London war office, have
oei successful at various points in
'apttring important. Gerinan posi
ions. In addition, more than 1,200
lermans were made prisoners in the
1rst (lay's fighting In the new offen
BoI north and south of tihe Searpe
liver tile lirit'ish have materially ad
:anced at several points toward Douai,
1or1 of tile river the vi illage of Cav
'elie and positions two ain( a half
11ties long souith of tile vilage were
watured, while south of the stream
hey took the line of file Germans oil
I wide front souiti and East of .\lonch
.-Freax nd filured the vi!!ages of
-vrdlI and i('umatvIpp.
larther to the routlhI the etlire v
a1I. Wf Tr( Mailt and Ihe greater 1art
if the Ilarita;'oort I wood iiow is in tIle
laid of (eneral ilIa!g's forces. On
he iorthein (ild of the hatte litn mi
lit iotal progres has beil mi1a 0
umhetof !es emnl lcn
hat import ant towun Inlrl t .eopar!y.
The latest ileri in oflicial comimii. -
.tion. dealiing vwithI tle fighting o
lon day., says the tew lciitish offen
Ave on tIhe Arras front.broke down
vith heavy nsutlaties. Perlin admitils
he penet rat ion of (eraln trenehes onl
I front of five hundred yards n01r1ih
vest of, Lens. hut says the British lat
1 Werie xiexP!lled froim them In a
Norii Iteart of Soissonis, betwren tle
\i.ie and the Chemin des llames, the
'n have futt Iher adva need their
ine, hlt elsewhere on tlie front held
iy the ''renclh arttillry duels have
're 11lminated. F.utniday n1 1:lit thli Ger
naos tried. ht without sieCess, to
Ilnetrate Freneli positlionis, notalily
'as;t of Cralionne. in the -'htamptiagne,
!(Lt St. Milhiel, and in the \osges
A Ilritkih alrship is believed to have
bea destroyed over the Straits of
Dover by a1 hostile airplane with the
oss of its ontire crew. S1inday irenel
illIllren inl aerial eOngageIieits hot
lown six enemy airplanes. A similar
iumber fell prey to ltritisli aviators.
Wlile fifiten 1oliers were driven down
mit of control. Ant!-aircraft guns dl
ilosed of another Gerinan1 airplane And
soveni kI e balloouns.
lferlin reports that German airmen
o'eed down eleven ii tent e miach ines
11nd destrloyed four' cau tilye hllnoons.
l'he0 lit4ishi war ohlice adm iit thait sev
'n flittishi a irplanes failed to return
o their base after forays.
I leavy art illery ducls are taking
itlace In thle region of an ke Doi ran and
ii thle ('erna flyier bend sector of the
\ta cedonIan iifront. I 'arnis reports the
re lmiise of TPeaton ic alllid recolin
rinissanles between Tlsrvrna Stena ando
Rokoh in this t heater.
The Geirmianis evIdently are prepari
ring foir thle drive on I'e Irograd thait has
beenlC edeted ini thle Ilusslan1 captital.
Warsh11ps conlvoy ig tranlspts~t are re
piorted uinoffielally to have left Libau
in thle Ihaltie 1-en for ani unk(no wn des
inut Ion, and( mieanw uhile thle Germilans
ldave reniewed' thlir net ivity3 on the
riorthlerni part of thle II lssin iifront in
lie Aa Itiver regIon.
The llr iItish t roops now are f' ight ing
igainst ihie Turiks six miles from Sa
nmara, oni thei right banik of thie TIgris
rtiver in Mesopotamla.
'otteniill Emuriidoyees GJet Ten Per
ilnumberton, N. C., AprIl 22.-Aij emli
iloyes of the Lunmberton, Dresde~n and
TennIngs Cotton Mills ye'sterdoay re
eclvedh a bonus or 10 per cent. of the
umount earned 'by each emphoye for
he three -months ending April 1.
Ml'. Walter Ii. l'owell has returned
o WVhiteville, N. C., after' spendinlg sov..
ral days herze wIth his wife, who is
usiting her miother,' Mrs. Rosa I
Party.In this Country to Di
turning German Autocre
Washington, April 22.- The Ameri
c1n capital today extendcd a simple
buit hartelt welcomi to IIe British
minister Of foreign affairs, Arthur .1.
I alfour, and Ile other iiinliers of
tIle HIritish commission which lhas
(01110 to \ashington, as .\l.. Balfour
hiiself expresed it, "to make11(c co-op
erat ion easy and effective between
those who are striving--with all thelr
power--to bring about a lasting peace
by file only men us that can secure it
- -namely, ' successful waI,"
The weather was perfect and Wash
ington In the bi'rglit spring suishilne,
clad in the light green foliage of the
season, neveri looked more beautiful
than tills afternoon when the special
train which had brought the distin
guished visitors, with their oflicial es
corts, from the North, drew into tile
union station. Everywhere -buling
I]ew in the light breeze, mainly the
American national colors. . The liit
ish I'nlion .Jack and thle French Tri
'olor. vr inl vih ne in ilni y plac.es,
bi tIm local ing maker's had been
ialie to meet te1 puli deimand for'
Ti:; r - l) 1 other ilcora I lonls
and even at, tihe union stationi the
11Y toiuch o' color' wYas lt('i by the
th ee vr._.c ihm . thB n r~a ,lrit
onthrec Errat mais adorinig fithe
:aza. ":r was, there an1% musJ.ic to
l the viitors. the orit!inal plan,
i'vhlui wI lhe presencne of ile 11111rile
hand, having buen amen,' uded to con.
forin t lie l iew expressed by Pres
1i4t \Vilhoin and Secretary l.ansing
thai lIs was a :."rave and serious
Ivn in .\micivanl 1history ald not
Ic, to l'e lihly treated or re'21arded as
I soc 1yia d festive affair.
ONLY 31EDICI A11 Lt)IQ(Ot L I,. - 1F',
Assia . Attorie (enrl Fiurinisles
Opinion to) 311ayor of Iiort 31111.
Colimbia, A pril 2.-Tuiesday will be
ihe lat day on which deliveries of
I iijor may be iinade in Souti Carolina
uinder Ole "Calon-a-montlih law. The
"<it' -a-month" nt becomcs effective
\Ved iIesday. The expr'ess otlices .have
!Ce! thronged w\.ih expitc'tlit 'on
Claudle N. SapI p, thev assistant attor*
n.y geneial, ha answeired as follow\,
an inquiry conceriling the situation
from I". 1. P.' atlltrol, mcayor of 'ort
"-Yourlete to lhe aItlorney,\ genera1ll
inl referneie to the quart-a--mlonthl act,
has been handed iiie fol. attentioln.
You ask to be advised when the
ituar't-a-Iionth let goes into fIecxt,
and fitrther, whetherl or not i liquor.
in piossessioln of, commonill cal1ie1rs,
eonislinedl to anby individuial andc re'
ofii thle t ime in whielh thei( gillont-a
UlonthI act is effttei've, woulid he sub
.iet to 'ei ure by Slae or01 noiidpal
"I beg to adviise that the quarit-a
tuonith Ii t, ia ssedI at Ithe iecent ses
s~ont of thle genertal asselyil, is (1
feel iv~e Aprlil :25, 191 7, a ftcer i w ic'l,
ime it will lie unlawful for any lier
son to rec(eive morei0 than onle iut ii
ct l iquor' ort oth101 alcohtolic' bever' ages
in any13 calend~ar month, whiich amotunt
Ill regarId to the r'igh t of Stateo 01
iiipaiul aiuthtoriities to1 se'ize liquors
whtiichI have not been deliv~ered to t he
'onisign~e Piot' to Aprnil :'5, I beg Ic
advise that sectilon I of the aet pr'o
aies among (ithlerz thlinigs, (thla~t it
shall be unla wftul fot' any per'son, fim
or' ('orplorat Ion 01' compjany to receive,
atore'c, keep, or have In piossessioni, 01
to shl ip, trans15port 01olt onvy any a leo
holl IlIiquor01s fronm any poin11t wit hoiut
thle Slate into this State, or fromi one
Iloinit to a nothei' In tis State, or toi
dieliv~er' the same11 to any perlson, fit'm,
cor'por'ationi 01' companly ithin thIs
s'tato except ats hin'Oafter' proi'Oded,
thte liroviso thuereaf'ter piroviding that
onlyone uartmay lie re(ce'ived o
trantspor'ted andl that. for' medic'inal
"Tile common cartiriera ar1e r'eqied
under01 the law ~ to keep1 in thteirt pos
secsion anty liquot's wvhich are legally
(onisigned to liersotns in t hIs State and1(
hold the ename for (101ivery in ease thec
conisignee shoutld apply at the0 oflico
of the comumon carier in comipllanec
) HIS ASSOCIATES
;cuss Best Methods of Over
icy--French Have Arrived.
On the plaza and oveIrlapping tho
great building at i ther' wing were
gaihered some o ..0100 peop!e waiting
patiently f'or a1 glimlpse of Ilhe nla
to's gulests, resitained at a proper
distance by hundreds of bhte coated
policeeni and by two troops of tho
Sceond cavalr-y commanded by Col.
Penton, part of the garrison at nearby
Within the station lines had been.
drawn separating tlie traveling pub
lic from Ilie space at the eastern end
of tihe conouirse across which tho
visiting party was to pass on the
way from the tirain shed to tho
president's room. All the polici-.cap
tains of the district ha( been ranged
here in 1 double line as a guard of
h1onlor an(l to keep back itruders.
Two score newsimper men standting
to the vast of the coneo(iu rse were th
only unotlicial persons' periitte.1 in
this se(tion of the stat io-.
\\ashington, :\pril 2 1...- Thie ].'viee
e)ommission has safely anded in tho
This otlicial :,tat-een waIS mlado
!olriy dod" v by the go%' iiinmenit:
"Th de':'1 't)nt of rtatE' is whi5ed
of theo safeo arrival of, the Froeh
The enm:sowhich inl.l~clude
.nhl.leftl-re and formIler lPremier
i Ii arrived iarly tihs Illornin oil
h1ar(d a Q spedy sIv.e: k shih) (II Illh
''n une, '::hich w as co1v.oyed
T w vce; ls wei' mlt 1 'Iff he coast;
.b.- . ( 'a lor~i Jo o: de- rOVyer:
In I ( scorted to a porf. Th d1o qIIstIin1
rt ~Ad won eo n I welcoed
with sIluItes as the French vessels
droC )Id an8chol.
wxith theo law and rvilluest delivory to
bw 111101. un1til 'he fxpiration or thle
tin;., during which the _:l, li.o-a-IIo1Utt11
S n t h inion, il viw o
the.( r-vet that the conmmon carrier.; are
reVq iei>td In ld therli uioirs utlil
lIiidoghtl of th i,:.-t W-' .A rli ::' that
they thiluld )) lea Ilowel a reason)1 )ah,1
timle thereaftr to return1 anly liqtuor.,
remlaining-' inl tlhi ose- and un1
)'iiver l. to the' conipror and that
Ia r': on ah til) ' 111 lhe r fafe to seizutr
hb v t , coun y Ir ' It nicipall W!!ie irs.
I!* i howve ii- if ( .r n o1 e T
t rlie t to ah (a ni'm-t n;thin a rea
so bhle 7l1est im at'.: t lilonl 'rier,
they woul then ubject to slaizuro
a s const it til -, n illeg ll sorin u -
de the 1l."
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n fr sin elite in 'e liW V i i t mad ' ub
ilmie anequ~i,:m atn airmanyo of
the flan natioal comm ditte ooin.
Which th sitYuato in u'' aIhatu ywas
deacribed its i"'teair grave". baltsi
"Nate foodsl~ areia ofle, the mhas
finn 'nur~e fify.entme It' kilo,( rta-x
Tixbeenl franht, and nder41~. thisondi
th ionsly p'gha'nir u c nI the ultiontare
11 iplte yo to h18 el e n to CIn
''ion o th e.'i'.00i0'~ f ltcach euen
The agu a': et dieyuo