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ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SKITKMBKR 11. 1913
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Epitome of the
j Little Storlea of tho Week's
1 Happenlnira In All Nations
. The anti-trust lult planned by tho
NBovemmont against tho Philadelphia
and Heading railroad In connection
with tho railroad's ownership of an
thracito coal fields has been filed at
West Virginia coal opi-ators tslll bo
Riven an opportunity lo glvu their
version of the coal strike troubles In
tho Paint Creek mlno Holds when tho
GCiinto Bpcclal committee resumes Its
Judgo Prcsllc It. Cole of McAfoster
and Congressman Carter have con
ferred with Cato Sells. Indian com
missioner, rolatlva to having the laud
department of tho Indian agency nt
Muskogoo, bo far as It relates to th"
Halo of lands In tho CI irtaw and
Chickasaw nations, removed to Mc-Alester.
lleprescntatlvo J. T. McDormott of
Illinois sworo before tho house lobby
committee that all of the charges
tnado against him by Martin M. Mul
ball, former lobbyist for tho National
.Association of Manufacturers, and 1.
II. McMlchacls, former chief pago of
tho house, were untrue,
President Wilson has approved the
appointment of James F. Stutozi.mn
of Indiana, John P. I)w)er of Penn
sylvania and Oscar Fernbach of Cal
ifornia as members of n Panama
Pnclflc oxposltion commission to Cen
tral America and the West Indies,
M Stutozman Is commissioner gen-11.
Harry Bndfcott. of Anderson, lnd..
a brother of William Kndlcott, tho
noted automobile racer, an ', Mary Sa-
rata, of Jackson, a 10-year-old spec
tator, woru killed and threo persons
Injured at Jackson, Mich., when Endl-
cott's automobile craBhed through a
fonco at thu -ace track when ono of
the front tires blew up.
Secretary Hester of tho Now Or
loans cotton exchange announced tho
commercial crop for tho cotton enr
emllnc Auctist 31. 1913. Tho total
amounted to 14.167,115 bales, n de
crease under Inst year of 1.971,311, an
Increaso over tho year beforo last of
2,047,020 and an Increase over 1903
1910 of 3,557,447.
With a deficit of more than a mil
lion dollars, Smith Hrothers & Com
rany, Limited, ono of tho largeBt cof
feo Importing firms In the south, was
declared bankrupt at New Orleans.
Tho spring training of the New
York Americans next year will be
carried out In Texas, probably at
Mr.). Mary C. Thaw, mother of
Harry Kendall Thaw, who has been
seriously 111 for soveral days, is im
In order to bring n court test, Oov,
Sulzor has pardoned Joseph itobln,
bank wrecker, from tho New York
prison. Lleut.-govcrnor Glynn will op
poao tho pardon.
Tho Foresters of America, In na
tional contention nt Atlantic City,
decided to hold their 1915 biennial
meeting In San Francisco.
Two persons aro dead, a third Is
expected to die and two others woro
seriously Injured as a result of a
friendly road race between automo
biles at Oltumwa, Iowa.
Dorothy, aged 9, and Jack, aged
8, children of Charles Iloono, an Iron
Mountain engineer, wore drowned In
tho Arkansas river at Llttlo Rock.
The boy was trying to rescue his sis
ter who had gono beyond her depth.
While Garland LaBelle, aged 24,
nephnw of Harry Myers, recent repub
lican candidate for governor, was
driving his automobile in Little Rock
ho suddenly fell back unconscious
and died In a hospital fifteen minutes
' Howard Elliot, who succeeded Chas.
S. Mellen as president of tho Northern
Pacific railroad ten years ago, again
fell heir to his mantle when he as
sumed tho presidency of the New
York, New Haven and Hartford rail
road, which Mr. Mellen relinquished.
The condition of the growing cotten
crop ef the United Stales on August
15, was (8.2 per cent of a normal, eon
pared with 79.8 per cent on July 28
Uils year, 74.8 per cnt on August IB,
last year, and 73.3 per cent la 1111
and 74.7 per cent, the average condi
tion on August tS et the pa ta
A f.OOO.leO 901-foot skyscraper Is t
be built In New York noxt year.
John Martin, former United Statss
senator from Kansas, died at his home
The army-navy football gamo will
be played at the Now York polo
grounds November 29.
The Missouri state board of equal
isation fixed the valuation of tho prop
erty In Missouri at $1,756,000,000.
Frttzl Schefr, the actioas, has filed
a voluntary petition In bankruptcy.
She owes approximately 1150,000 with
assots of half that.
Twolve persons were Injured, two
seriously, when two Interurban cars
met huad-on while rounding a curve
at Hnvonna stop, near Dallas.
Former Congressman Edgar Wil
son, after bolng arrested on a charge
of Inebriety, whipped out a revolver
and shot Deputy Shorlff Harry Chap
lain at IIolsu, Idaho.
Federal officer made a dash Into
Oregon county, Mo, and seized what
Ih believed to be the last moonshine
still In tho Ozarks, near Uradioy
Tho state beer Inspector of Mis
souri delivered to tho statu treasurer
thu sum of 58,9S2.86, tho amount of
the collections made in this depart
ment In August, tho largest mouth on
Captain Thomas Flaherty, Pilot
Harry Donaldson and HOVe"n mem
bers of tho crew of tho towboat Alice,
wero killed, and bIx other river men
seriously Injured when tho boilers pf
the boat exploded at Pittsburg.
William F. Cook, farmer, wus ar
rested at Smyrna, Tcnn., near Nash
ville, on a warrant charging him with
tho doublo murder of his wifo and
her niece, Lucy Sanford, 15 years old,
who wero clubbed to death at tho
Oklahoma's rlflo team has been con
gratulated by all competing teams
and by many letters and telegrams
from homo oer their winning tho
Evans skirmish match at Camp
I'orry, Ohio, and ns a prize award re-
celvod the silver loving cup presented
by Ilrlgadlor General It. K. Evans of
the U .S. army and chief executive
officer of tho national matches.
Ciovcrnor Ralston of Indiana hon
ored a requisition for the roturn of
Walter T. Worth, a saloonkeeper and
politician of Linton, lnd.; 'to Hot
Springs, Ark., on a charge of grand
larceny, growing out of tho loss of
$20,000 by Frank P. Fox, wealthy auto
mobile dealer of Indianapolis and.
Terra Haute. lnd., In a "gambling gamo.
James Thorpe, member of tho Now
York National loaguo baseball team,
announce,! his engagement to Miss
Margaret I. Miller, a Cherokee Indian
of Otoe, Okla. Tho banns will bo pub
lished In St. Patrick's church at Car
lisle, I'enn., and tho wedding v.111 tako
placo In Octobor. Thorpo will tako
his brldo on a honeymoon around the
world as ho will bo a member of tho
Now York team on Ita globo trotting
CARELESSNESS AND DRY WEATH
ER CAUSE INCREASE OF
UNIVERSITY PROF DIES SUDDENLY
Chester C. Wells Succumbs to
OperationWas to Organize
Department of Journal
Ism at Norman
Jury Hopelessly Divided and
charged In Murder Casa.
GUTHRIE MOB PURSUING NEGRO
An Increaso ot $53,000 In flro waste
fn Oklahoma for tho month ot August
as compared with tho corresponding
month of tho previous year Is shown
In tho monthly lira report Just Issued
by Stato Flro Marshal Hammond.
This Increaso lu toss, tho report
states, Is duo to tho fact that the
people havo becomo careless, whllo
Inflammable conditions wnro at their
best on nccount of tho dry weather.
Tho loss for the month ot August this
year Is about $100,000 less than tor
tho samo month In 1911.
Tho total flro loss was $205,431.49.
Of this loss 119.937.47 was on build
ings and $85,497.02 on contents. Thoro
was a total ot 192 Ores. Ot theso 77
wero ot unknown origin, 25 tho re-
Milt of oil or gasollno explosion, 17
duo to defcctlvo flues and 12 believed
to bo ot Incendiary origin.
Tho state flro marshal's department
will again ask Governor Cruce to
designate October 9 as a general
"clean up day" all over tho state, with
tho view ot reducing tho fire toss.
CHESTER C. WELL8 DEAD
Lawtotf. Tho jury In the second
trial of the case ct John Tremont,
Italian shoemaker who was charged
with tho murder ot Sherman Wood
ward of ''hlckasha, was dlscharad
by Judg. . Bailey after reporting
tho men . hopelessly divided.
The flrti allot ot tho voto stood
olght for acquittal and four for con
viction, tho second showed seven for
acquittal and Ave for conviction. After
thatithtre was no chango, although
several moru uaiium nuni lanuii.
Tbetnont was charged Jointly with
Ada Woodward, wlta ot Sherman
Woodward, deceased, and Mrs. Emma
Rivera With having conspired to tako
the life, ot Woodward to secure his
life Insurance. Tremont was charged
with having administered rat biscuit
to Wboidward. The tragedy occurred
last Mirch and Mrs. Woodward, after
being arrested, made a confession,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
llfo Imprisonment. Tremont was tried
In Chlckaslia and the trial resulted
lu a hung Jury.
In tho second trial the defendant
secured a change ot vemio to this
county,. "Mrs. Woodward was tho star
witness for tho stato In both trials.
Tho caso attracted widespread atten
tion throughout this part ot tho state,
LOU QREEN, BOOTLEGGER ASSAS
SINATES TWO POLICE OFFI
CER8 WHO TRIED TO
ARREST HIM. .
SHERIFF ESCAPES IN AUTO
WITH HIS NE6R0 PRISONER
But Mob Likewise Secure Machines
For Oulck Pursuit and Stage Is
Set for a Lynching.- Vigilance
Committee to Clean Up
OIL COMBINATION AT ENID
Discrimination In Attempt to Estab
lish Monopoly, Is Shown
Was to Have Opened School of Jour
nalism at Norman Next Week
Norman. Chester C. Welts, who
had expected to come to Norman this
week to become professor In tbo now
ly organized school of Journalism ot
tho University ot Oklahoma, died In
End. Thot gasollno has been Bold
In Enid by th Waters-I'lorco com
pany'1 to somo retailers nt prices as
low as 14 cents per gallon while tho
usual trice was 18 cents wus testified
In a hearing held In Knld, conducted
by Corporation Commissioner George
Hensbaw. Charges had been filed
with tho commission that tho largo
companlos wero attempting to mo
nopolize tho Hold and drive out small
There are Ave companies In Enid,
the Waters-Pierce, Toxas company,
Independent, tho National and tho
General rioting occurred at Dublin
In connection with a strike ot tram
Hearing a message from King
Georgo of England, wishing success to
tho endeavors of tho American Har
association. Viscount Richard Durdon
Ilaldane, lord high chancollor of
Groat Britain, broke tho sacred cus
tom of centuries In placing foot on
foreign soil that ho might deliver tho
annual address to tho American Rar
association which convened at Mon
Twenly-olght thousand rounds of
ammunition, billed ns lard and packed
with salt and bran to prevent rattling,
wero seized by American military
authorities at Eaglo Pass, Tex. Threo
barrels wero caught on the Interna
tional bridge en routo to Pledras No
gras. Four others wero found in tho
railroad freight houso. Tho driver of
tho vehicle containing tho first three
barrols was released aB he was Igno
rant ot tholr contents.
Tho marrlago of Ex-King Manuel
of Portugal and Princess Augusta
Victoria of Hnhenzholleru, daughter
of Prince William of Hohonzollern,
took place at Slgmarlugon, tho home
of tho bride.
Word has reached hero that John
Henry Warner, a mineralogist of German-American
descont, was kilted and
eaten recently by cannibals In an un
cxplorod region of Papua. Ho was
hoadlng an expedition In search for
Lord Strathcona, Canada's commis
sioner In England, arrived at New
York City accompanied by Lady
"I am now definitely a candidate
for president ot Mexico," Gen. Felts
Dlas, who recently arrived from Can
da. told the Associated Press in London.
Th rebtels again are closing la
about Terreon, but unless the exten
sive ravages ot typhus and diphtheria
have weakened the defease, It It not
believed the rebels will meet with bet
ter .etteeees thaa they formerly had.
Thar are about I.IOt) rebels within
latrikiag distant ef the elty,
tho general hospital at Madison, Wis.,
following an operation for throat h (grade. The agents of tho first two
trouble. Ho had been sick only a nanl0, wero out 0f the city and. did
ait -?jtlfy. Many local dealera and
the other agents testified regarding
the alleged discrimination.
Tho further charge was made that
coal oil prices ranged from 16 to It ',4
cents per gallon, depending on tho
retailers who purchased.
Commissioner HenBhaw was accom
panied by Attorney E. C. Patton.
They went to Tulsa from Enid and"
also conducted a hearing at Musko
gee beforo returning to Oklahoma
Veterans at Cherokee
Cherokee. At tho reunion of the
old soldiers of old Woods county,
which was held this year In Cherokeo,
there wero soventy-one veterans reg
istered and seventy regiments rep
rosentvd. Theso officers wero eloct
ed: Colonel, William Smith ot Cher
okee; lloutenaut-colonel, D. C. Green
of Alva; major, Will Johnson of Drift
wood; quartermaster, L. ,W. Dcovls
ot Alva; chaplain, Itov. Itoudebaugh
of Dacoma; officer of tho day, John
Gray of Cherokeo; drum major, C. P.
Green ot Alva.
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Guthrlo. With tho dead bodies of
two veteran police officers lying In
the morgue, pierced through and
through by bullets from automatic re
volvers operated by a negro b
legger whom tho patrolmen attempt
ed to placo under nrrest for viola
tion of tho liquor laws, citizens In
mass meeting took steps to rid tho
city ot all "unduslrablcs" and retired
to their homos, expecting momentar
ily report that a determined posse,
which has been trailing Sheriff John
Mahoney and his prisoner for six
bourn, had overtaken tho officer,
wrested his black captive from him
and meted out Justice as It was wont
to bo udmlnlBtqrcd In tho day when
Guthrie was u city of tents.
Lon Muzlow and I. II. (Caldwell
wero shot and Instantly killed by
Lou Green, negro bootlegger, police
court character, chcn they attempted
to arrest Green for lolling liquor.
Green was arrested by Sheriff John
Mahoney, lodged In tho federal Jail,
and as a mob approached from tho
south Intent on a lynching, tho sher
iff commandeered un automobile that
was passing, hurled his charge Into
It and set out fur the Noble county
Jail at Perry. Less than ten minutes
behind tho sheriff was a posso ot cit
izens lu automobiles, determined the
negro should pay tho penalty for his
crimes without chance ot commuta
tion. According to the story as pieced to
gether by the officers, Muxlow and
Caldwell wesu detailed to place Green
under arrest. Approaching Green's
place of business, u shack on the cor
ner of South Second street and Vilas,
Muxlow entered by tho rear door
whllo Caldwell passed lo the back to
cut oft possible cscapo in that quarter.
that no one save Sheriff Joha Ma
honey could take blm alive, .the black
kept his gun pointed at tho crowd.
Nothlug dauutod. Wacob leveled at
revolver at the negro, remarklag that .
bo was going to make certtlntlreea
did not escape before the at t ar
rived. Whllo those withouV looked
m In awo, Wacob looked Into tho
muzz to of the negro's gun, keeping
his owe at present, until tha, afcotia?
Mob Quickly Forma. y
No fooncr had Sheriff MahM7'
locked his chargo In the Jail thaa tha
head et a mob was seen appreacMaf
a few block away. Then" began tha
Tha sheriff's car dashed Into Mat
hall fourteen mites north of here to
initiates ahead ot tho pursuing auto
mobiles. His cnsol no was running.
low and ho attempted to replenish Us
supply. Unable to do so without fatal
delay, ho pushed on and scarcely h4t
cleared tho town at tli'i norther
border than the traltera drove lata
It at tho south.
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last report Is that tha sheriff &
rured a horse and buggy aa4 ' r fj& JL
was trvlng to got to Perry before tea
posBe could overtake him. The aasaa
rminrf audi fnrmnri had lolaodl Isl .
thu chase and that It seensed doubtful, J: jv
If tho sheriff could continue to sledo , ,a
those on the trail. . ' " ' Vl
Declare Anainst "Undesirable"
While this was being etaged la tha.
country to the north, those bebJad
gathered at tho city hall for a dee
stratlon. This demonstration wee aa
nL,lv nnn tha raatllt tialflB? HlB BSk
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pointing of a committee ot two aaa-,. " ' ,, , ,
dred to sco that the city1 was cleared; " "jV-.i
Immodlatulv of -" those who might 'nf v i
bo classified ns -undesirable." etaaw i!&., O
of tho more excited tuggeeted 'Bttav yf '" A
Ing Guthrie a "white maa'a tatrnVVW-!?
this was not diseases a1eaiitf f-&
the masa meeting. ' v'JJsiP '
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Green Is considered a? Mar ,
have been lmpil?ntea in1 uiaeeeeee.-,.,) j
nitlnn nt franhAUorrlflt. SL "Siai '?.
kimng 37 ttin3Bmd&&
ii n Inn tallnn her anai a 'Maefca.aaML.''.?" w U ." I
although they say he has aiaad-repa-'-; i''
maa" aad; baa .a. faSTl Z '
Stopping through tho door, Muxlow
Chetser C. Wtlts
few days previous to his death.
Tho homo ot Wells was in Freeport,
HI., whero ho was prominent In news
paper work. Ho also had beon con
nected with other dally papers In Illi
nois and was graduated lost June
from tho University thero with tho
degreo ot bachelor ot arts. Ho had
specialized in Journalism.
Bartlesvllle. August was tho hot
test month since the government
weather buroau was established hero
a dozen years ago. On twenty-four
days tho mercury was abovo 100. The
highest temperature for the month
was 107. Th minimum temperature
Seminole Demos. Desire Changes.
Wow oka. Tho democrats of Sem
(nolo county held a massmectlng to
protest against the retention In offlco
of republican nppolnteoB. Tho Okla
homa delegation In congress was
asked to securo tho Immediate dis
missal ot James E. Gresham, attor
ney for tho Seminole tribe, and O. W.
Horton, superintendent of the Indian
school at Mekusukey. Tho resolu
tions adopted by tho meeting were
signed by W. 3. Livingston, chairman,
and II. W. Hoffman, secretary ot the
i of Frank Werrtek, a tmtm'-'u , 'J
man. about , a yea1 '.tmU'ltxJ, .M
ent evidence ycoald., smt,jV5'N." t? ' . 7j&
i to vearWaaiejfltK'f! . . .
NEGROES GOING TO AFRICA
Informed Green that ho had como for
him ngaln. Green protested that he
had nothing. As Muxlow attempted
to place his hand on the negro's
shoulder. Green reached for Ills gun,
Muxlow brought his 'club over tho
negro's head, knocking him to a
kneeling position, lleforo Muxlon
could draw his own gun, Green llretl,
tho bullet piercing Muxlow'a neck and
killing him Instantly.
Meets 8hower of Bullets.
Hearing tho scutllo, Caldwell burst
through tho rear door to his brother
officer's assistance, only to be met
by u fusillade of shots from tho auto
matic revolver In tbo hands ot the
black. Tho first bullet struck Cald
well In tho shoulder and tho next
squarely between tho oyos, causing In
stant death. Not ceasing when his
second victim sank to tho floor, the
negro emptied the automatic into the
patrolman's body, aud then seizing
tho officer's gun continued firing,
seen bullets striking Caldwell, ono
tearing tho top ot his head off and
tho others ranging about his chest.
Only one hit Muxlow, that being the
one In tho throat which caused In
A rrowd attracted by the shooting,
hurried to the scene. Among these
was Charles Wacob, a blacksmith.
Wacob had befriended Green on
tation as a"gun
llco court record
that la, rather '"a
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Muxlow was one of trie otdeet:meei w
on thn local police force. He ,ae a
veteran ot the Spanlsh-Amerteaa irar.'
a member of Theodore RooeeveH'a ,
Hough Riders. After coming home'
from thn war he served as court crier
under Judco John Ourford. waa a dee'
uty under Sheriff Mahoney during a . '7M
former administration and for the leei ' v' ' '4?
three years has been a patrolman e .':-,'MjM
He leaves a wife 'aa. '
Twelve Families Packing Up and Pre
paring to Leave for Dark Continent
Okcmah. Twelvo families of ne
groes In this vicinity aro disposing
ot their belongings and packing up
preparatory to quitting this country
and locating In western Africa.
This band ot negroes preparing to
leave the country have a peculiar
religion and have designated them
selves "Godltes." They believe they
should obey no law except the divine
law. Some time ago a number ot
the sect concluded they did not have
to work the public roads and refused.
A Jail sentence broke up this Idea
among them. One or two tired to
get married without a license, and
this caused more trouble. Not being
atlsfled with the lawa of this coun
try, they then decided they would go
back to their native heath. It is ex
pected they will aefaway some time
this fall or winter. Clay Anderson,
a very Intelligent negro, ia the leader
at the parly,
Barn and Horses Burned
El Reno. The Cheyenne and Arap
aho Indian schools at Caddo Springs,
north ot Et Reno, suffered tho third
of a scries of bad fires. A barn con
taining twenty-five tons ot hay and
six horses wero destroyed In tho last
Are, which started In tho hay loft
and owing to the dry condition of tho
building the employes wero unable to
even get out tho horses. Last week
about 100 tons of hay was burned
and a few weeks before that two resi
dences and an automobile ware losL
Incendiarism Is suspected.
Queer Freak of Lightning.
Marietta. A peculiar, but fatal,
froak In lightning happened here
when Clara White, an oleven-year-old
girl waa struck and instantly killed.
The girl was sitting In the doorway
holding her little four-months' baby
brother when the bolt struck her.
Three other children were playing
around her. Neither ot the other chil
dren were Injured or even stunned,
but the girl was Instantly killed. The
lightning did hot affect the baby
which she waa holding ve4oe to her
the police force.
on child. i v
Caldwell, while having serve at .
ponce omcer oniy "nice ins cassias
In of the charter administration, waa
considered one ot the most reliable eat
tbo force. Ho leaves a wife and elf ht
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Camlnettl Guilty en But One CeaM ,'
San Francisco. F. Drew Camlnet-
tl, son of Commissioner General of
Immigration Camlnettl, was found
guilty of violation of the Mana white
slave act. Tho Jury was out thraa "t
hours. Tho vote atood ten to two for,
conviction and Anally the (wo recal
citrant aagreed to compromise by "
llndlng a verdict of guilty oa eao of.
the counts charged. Ball la the eum
of 110,000 was furnished. Sentence
will be pronounced September 19, tha
former occasions and he urged the day set for sentencing Maury I. Dlggo,
negro to give himself up. Declaring Jointly Indicted with Camlnettl.
HOT SPRINGS DESTROYED BY FIRE, LOSS SIX
Hot Springs, Ark. Rain In copious
quuntltles proved a wonderful aid to
the wenry lire fighters among the
smouldering ruins of the $6,000,000
conflagration which swept this city
devastating fifty-live blocks. The
downpour cast aside fears of a further
spread ot the flames, should a wind
Grand avenue, leading from the
burned area to the fair grounds, pre
sented a picturesque sight. Hun
dreds ot families gathered along the
roadway with what little they saved
from their homes and worked their
way gradually to the camp. Two hun
dred and fifty citizens were aworn In
a special officers to aid In preserving
order. No trouble has so far been
All saloons are closed. Hardly bad
the ruins reased to amolder than
workmen began clearing' up the deb
ris. The excitement that prevailed
has subsided and plans for rebuilding
the HnioUhed section of the city are
to assist In clearing up the ruins has
been sent broadcast.
Under ordinary conditions the Are
Would have been extinguished with
slight loss, but the drouth of tho peat;
two months made the bulMlagd aa'
Inflammable, and a atrong wlad Mew
ing from the northwest soon earrte
the Are to a thickly populate busi
ness and residence sectioa on Mai
vern avenue, where It spread to aearbr ;
half a mile In width, aa sweeplatT
south swept through a section et the
city more than a mile la length, de
stroying Hundreds of the buildings. In
cluding some ef the principal auelaee
houses of the elty. Among the large
buildings destroyed wlthla the apaee
of aa hour and a half were the Park
hotel, water and electric light' pleat,
People'a laundry, Crystal theater, Ireei '
Mountain atatlon and ahepe. Oeafk.
aanltarlum, Princess hotel and the
Bljeu.rlak. Hundreds of smaller baei-,
ness bulldlnas and man rests' sasea. '
(including some of the most palatini! h
being roado. A demand far laborer Uis city, were deatiroyed.
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