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THB EVEHINQ WOK LP, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914.
Part- Work-Part-School Plan Solves Prohle
Of Educational and Wage Needs of Children HOIOTSGTO
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TEN PUPILS DEAD
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jauri;vr it arnsiiirtvto rx'Uoement 'Mm
Declares She Assumes All
Blame for Killing of Boy
WARNS OTHER GIRLS.
Hopes Shooting Will Be an
Example Made Sacrifice
rs- Anna Cleary Newman, tbe
yountr widow who wns a central figure
in too trial of her father. William V,
Cleary, at New City, for the murder
of her husband, declared to-day that
ne considered herself to blame for the
whole tragody, and warned other girls
against marrying unworthy men.
She Is still highly nervous at her
home, No. 610 West One Hundred and
Fifty-second Street, and the doctor
baa prescribed absolute rest for her,
but she expects to be all right again
In a few days. It was only six week
ago that she had said she had a
right to choose her own husband and
her manner of living, and that "chil
dren often can soo things far more
clearly than the parents and often
know what Is best for their own hap
But to-day she had changed her
opinion, although she declared: "I
loved my husband with all my heart
anl I assume responsibility for all
"I hope this may be an example to
ome other poor girl," she began In a
monotone. "At least, then some good
will come of It alL I made tho mis
tako of thinking I knew more than
did my parents, but I have been pun
ished for my mistake. I would like
to aend a warning to all girls to obey
their parents and mako confidants of
"Had I done so this awful thing
would have been averted. That was
my most terrible mistake. Who
knows what 'good might have come of
It If I had but mado a confidante of
my mother? I might be happily mar
ried now to dene."
Mrs. Newman then told, at the re
quest of her father, of the large num
ber of lotters she had received from
girls all over the country, telling of
their experiences. All of them, Cleary
old, told of the misery thoy had en
dured after being married to men
not ablo properly to provide for them.
"Gone and I were sweethearts In
aohool," continued Mrs. Newman "We
went to dancing class together In
Haverstraw and wero very happy In
spite of the opposition of my parents.
But I guess they knew bost, for see
what my disobedience has dons. I
just want to bo alone and forgot It
all. I want to take up my music
again. Yes, I took the stand of my
own accord. The only thing left for
me was to help my father, because he
thought he was protecting me when
he did this terrible thing.
"Long before I loved Done I felt
sorry for him. His father and mother
were divorced and he had p real
homo. Ho spent all of his time be
tween their houses, and from sym
pathy my feeling soon turned to love.
I would give my life to undo It all."
Mrs. Jessie Appleton, mother of
the murdered youth, Indignantly said
In her homo at No. 957 St. Nicholas
Avenue that the verdlot was a traves
ty on Justice.
"I cannot understand where wo are
all drifting, when men and women
are allowed to commit murder and
then go unpunished," said Mrs. Ap
pleton. WANTS' HIS XMAS DINNER
IN PRISON, AS USUAL
John Murray, Who Has Eaten
Twenty Christmas Dinners Be
hind Hars, Gets His Wish.
When John Murray, prematurely
Bray, stood lu the Hue of the prison
er!! iM'foro .Tudgo Malonn In Ooneral
Pesslonx to-day, It was cleurly seon
he wan impatient,
"(Jut trio out of this," he exclaimed
to Assistant District Attorney James
K, Hmltli, "I wunt to be sent away."
Murray, who gnvo his ago as forty
Ave, nuil said ho lived at No. 103
JladUnn Street, pleaded guilty to an .paid?" 1 asked,
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Fifty Cases of Epidemic'::;
Disease Alarm Parents
All Through City.
Bryant School of Long Island City Will Provide
High School Course and at Same Time Enable
Boys and Girls to Add to the Family
Income and Learn a Useful Trade.
ntaa It will bo to visit repeatedly
ouch business establishment where
our boys und girls work, to sea that
"K rc receiving fair treatment and
By Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
Tho solution bos been found to the old problem of the boy who noeds
school while the parents need tho boy's wage.
Within two months at tho Bryant High School in Long Island City
mere will be inaugurated a co-operatlvo sohool-and-shop
educational system, which will accomplish threo
definitely excellent things:
1. It will provide boys and glrla with a high
2. It will add a neat little sum to the family
S, It will give boya and girls a trade with
If the plan succeeds It should do away with two of
our most inefficient types of young manhood and
womanhood. One of these is the drifter, the lorlmi
development of tho child who took out working pupora at fourteen, drifted
into tno first joh that promised a tew dollars and ever since has been
drifting from one form of casual employment to another.
The other and scarcely less incompetent citizen stayed in school long
enough to acquire an Immense contempt for manual accomplishment, while
showing a complete lack of any special mental gifts. What might have
been a good plumber or a good cook has become a bad clerk or stenographer.
The proposed co-operation between school and shop has been approved
by the Board of Education and Is heartily supported by Dr. Peter 1.
Oemarcst, Principal of the Bryant High School.
PVlt Vnn 1A rii.nii Fnal Vi ft a hAAtl I
working to develop education along
practical lines. Ulx la said to be tho
only high school In tho city where
three essentially practical courses, be
sides tho regular academic course, are
offered under the same roof.
There Is the girls' technical courso,
which Includes cooking, millinery and
dressmaking; thero is tho clerical
course, with bookkeeping, stenog
raphy, typewriting and general odlco
work, and thero Is the manual train
ing courso for boys. A blacksmith
shop, a wireless tiVgraphy room, a
machine shop, a plumbing shop, are a
few of the "classrooms" for students
of this course.
"Desplto hard times, I don't know
one of our graduates who Is out of a
Job," said Dr. Domareat, with Justifi
A MATTER OF TEAM WORK,
HALF BOOK8, HALF TOOLS.
"But Just how is this new suhool-
and shop system to be arranged?" I
"It will be a matter of team
work," he replied. "The students
who adopt the plsn will bs divided
Into pairs, two to eaoh job. Ths
two will alternate their occupa
tions weekly, so that while one is
at the school the other will be
at the shop. On Saturdays both
will be at the shop, and to the
scholar the worker will show what
has been done during ths week
and how it should be continued by
the scholar during ths week that
Fifty different business enterprises
THEIR SANTA ARRESTED
"1 Have No the Job, I Have
No the Money, I Steal the
Doll," Explains Prisoner.
Pasqunlc Marano, son of Mrs. Maria
Mnrano, who conducts a llttlo candy
to gather IdcuH for tho school train- nrt toy store at No. 227 Kast One
Prom .h 'ie"i.iu' 10 Wlf n l"vldual. Hundred nnd Heventh Street. Is only
a u'Jrfflr-a ?lcr,en w but fun of dM,,c,;"
agreements, providing that the scheme "lnatlnct tliat belongs to n good dctec
bo In operation through a period long tlve. His mothor's storo was burglar-
enoug i 10 give It a fair trial. We , Ucd last nlitht bv a neron .h fnrn,.,i
must huvo written agreements from
the parents, too, permitting their
children to divide their tlmo between
work and school.
"la tho plan a charity on the part
of tho employer?" Dr. Ueinarost re
peated with a smile. "It is not. I
put that question onco to a Fltch
burg manufacturer and he said, 'Not
on your life! Business men may be
charitable, but thoy don't mix busi
ness and philanthropy.'
"Then ho pointed out a boy whom
he was paying 1,2S a day and who
was doing ns good work ns a man
enrnlng $4 a day. 'He's learning his
trade, hut I'm being benefited, too,'
the employer commented, frankly."
HEALTH AND INDUSTRY TO BE
"How about the health of the stu
dents ?" I asked. "Can they stand the
"Didn't most Amerlcsn boys snd
girls, s generation ago, combine
tome work with their schooling?"
suggested the principal, "The
boys did the chores and the girls
helped mother 'round the house.
Did it hurt them any? I was
brought up on a New Jersey fsrm
snd lean remember getting up st
4 o'clock in the morning to milk
ths cows before I went to school.
I can't see that I'm any the worts
"City conditions make that sort of
work Impossible for children, but a
llttln nf some other kind won t harm
In Long Island City have signified thfin. homo o: mem will ne netler
their willingness to co-operate, with than tuny are now. one or my
the school in tills work. Tliey include rioys lias nee n miming pine a m urea
automobile, manufacturers, machine
shops, a drug firm, a railroad, gas
companies, electric companies, a tele
phone company, plumbers and so on.
Girls will be allowed to tako advan
tage of the part-work-part-school
nlan. and dressmakers, milliners nnd
business ofTtces nro willing to give
them a chance.
MAY EARN MONEY AFTER FIRST
YEAR IN SCHOOL.
"What will tho atuilent-workera bo
indictment for grand larceny, charg
ing tho theft of thirty cunts from tho
overcoat pocket of Edward II. Mason
Of No. 287 West One Hundred and
Sixty-second Sticot, In front of tbe
Pulitzer HuUding, Doc. 14. He ad
mitted having sorvod twenty-live of
his forty-live years behind prison
"I havo hern a crook ever since I
can remember," Murray told Mr.
Smith. "1 nevur had a homo except
the Inside of a prison. I have eaten
every Christmas dinner for the past
pwenty years uh rt guest of tho State,
and I might ns we.ll get my dose now
tor tli In. m 1 won't break my record."
Jililge Miilone M'ntoiiced Murray to
dins fims 1'rNm for live year.", warn
ing lilm tli.it if lie were ever again
oonvlc;ed of crime, ho would be hont
siway as an habitual offender for the
, of his life.
"Probably there will lio an arrange
ment similar to that in Kitchliurg,
Mass., where this schomo has been
worked out In great perfection. The
manufacturers there pay tho young
workers 10 cents an hour for the first
ind I nhked him what was the mat
ter. He said lie studied three, or four
hours ovory night, beginning nt 9
o'clock. I asked him what he did be
tween that hour and S.30 in the after
noon, when school closes, nnd found
that he clerked In a drugstore. He
couldn't give It up, ho snld, or he
would havo to give up school. Under
tho new arrangement he won't havo
to work and studv the same week.
"At tho end .of this three years'
mingling of lnnk and work the stu
dent will be ready to earn good
wages and forgo ahead to the limit
of IiIh or lier capacity In the trade
chosen. Hut even if thero Is some
cither apparently morn deslrabls
opening, men und women nro never
hurt by knowing how to work with
year, 124 cents an nour tno next year i their tmmis. it's a euro for snobbery
and IB cents an hour tho third year, i and It may be an excellei.t anchor In
dents will not uegm tu work time of tro'
have completed the first
GERMAN DEPUTY'S ACT
mi inmutir tuc rnrum I,
iiv juimrtu int rncnun.
year of the four-year high school VORWAERTS CONDEMNS
w u it i ni
"Although the boy snd girl
workers will only be at school
slternate weeks, it will be pottlble
to give them the equivslent of a
good high school education. We
shall probably leave out a foreign
language and perhaps tome his
tory, but thers will be tptcial
drill in Englith, tcienoe, trade
arithmttic and tuch ituditt as
will help to a more intelligent un
derstanding, of the work with the
hnndt. Moreover, no ttudent will
bt tent Into an induttrial tread
mill. There will be a future for
him or her in every eeoupation we
finally put en our list
Wt ball have aaw wbcat biut-
thc front door.
A few hours after the robbery was
discovered l'asquale heard Ignatius
1ombnrdl. sixteen years old, of No.
227 East Ono Hundred und Heventh
Street, tell his two lUtlo nieces that
they would surely bo remembered by
Santa Uluus. Ignatius assured the
llttlo girls that ho had information
they were to bo gtvon two nice dolls.
"Ignatius Is not working," reusoned
Pasqualc. "My mother was robbed of
two dolls. Ignatius tells the little
girls Santa Claus Is going to give
them two dolls."
The boy communicated his sus
picions to his mother and she, sum
moned police aid. Detective Marino
found two dolls hidden under Ig
natius's bed. He admitted to the de
tective that he had stolen them from
"I took thorn, Judge," Ignatius tofd
Magistrate Herbert In Hurloin Court,
to-day. "I promised my sister's little
girls they are three and four years
old, Judge ii long lime ago I would
give them dolls for the Christmas.
Now, the Christmas It Is almost here.
I have no the Job; I have no the
money. Hut tho llttlo girls, they must
have the doll. Ho I take the doll, Just
two, and nothing more. I am sorry.
The little girls they will feel Iwul."
Lombard! wns held In $1,000 ball for
JAIL FOR DRUGGIST WHO
Moses Weiss Sentenced to Three
Months for Substituting Cheaper
.Moses WeiFs, a dnieglMi nt Sit.
1MI Coney Island avenue. Hiooklen.
was sentenced to lliiee mouths In the
penitentiary, to-day, by Justice I ft r-
GRAND JURY INQUIRY
TO PROET PATIENTS
Hvery public school In llobnlion, In-
eluding the High Hehnol, has been i
nosed tiy order of tho Hoard of Kdu- ...
cation on a result of an epidemic of ' ;
diphtheria now raging In tho city
across tho Hudson.
Homo fifty cases are causing much '.'
nnxloty to ns many fatnlllos, while
nt least ten deaths havo taken placo i !
Tho Hoard of Kduratlon rlnsod
nil schools to-day on thn rocnmmnti
datlon of lt mndlenl staff. Tho
soiirco of Mm epidemic has not teen
In tho beginning tho medical men
of Hoboliou regarded tho visitation
us merely n mild bronchia! or
catarrhal condition. But In School
No. 4 early In December n boy his
name was withhold appearod and
complained of n sore throat. 111.1
toacher made a hasty examination
and sent him homo. He died that
A second case of a similar nature
developed and this child lived two
days only. Hlnco then thero has been
a gradual ami recently accelerated
sprend of the malady.
School No. 7, otin of tho most modern
of all tho seven In the city, was
closed yesterday. Some casus had d
volopml In Its ranks and the house
wns loft with windows wldo oxm ull
Saturday nnd .Sunday, When tho
children assembled yestorday tho
building wns so cold they worn dis
missed for tho day. Last night the
medical staff consulted with tho Hoard
of i-Muratlon and It was decided to
close all until after tho holidays at
iea.il and ns much longer ns me ex
igency may demand.
Seorctary William A. Kerr said:
"Tho medical snff, realizing that the
situation wns serious, at least, ad
vised us to close. We co-operated
with tho Hoard of Health nnd havo
"The Health Hoard will fulmgato all
of tho school buildings, and In tho
case of No. 4, whc,re most of tho
cases developed, wn will hav It
painted from cellar to roof after Mm
fumlgntlon. Wn really think moro
has been said nbotit. It than tho con
, dltlon deserves."
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Bronx Woman's Search for
Aged Father, Dead in Belle
vue, Causes Action.
POLICEMAN IS SHOT
BY FUGITIVE; MAY DIE
Negro Fires Three Rullcls Into
Ossininjj Ollicer in T.irrylown
Before He Is Taken.
Two nsslnlng policemen heard this
morning that James Hrown, u negro,
accused of robbing several Qsslnlng
saloons, could bo found In Tarrytown,
and thoy went to look for him. He
saw them flr.it nnd shot one of tho
policemen. Krank Mlnnorly, threo
times. Mlnnerly Is In the Tarry
town Hospital and may die.
Mlnnerly and Policeman Jrimci
Irving had reached tho corner of
Main and Whlto Ktrcets, In Turry
town, when the negro stepped out
from behind a building and blazed
away at them. Tho first shot hit
Mlnnerly In the body and staggered
him. The hccund struck his left hand,
which he raised as a guard while
drawing his club, and tho third pene
trated his body under the left arm.
Mlnnerly fell and the negro dashed
down White Htreet tu the freight
yard of the New Vork Central.
Hrown dodged behind people so that
Irving had no chance to shoot him.
Other policemen eamo running at the
thrve shots and followed the negro.
Doyle had been nsslgned to look for. A, the nserirs summoned by tele
her father In the Hroux and that Po-1 J,0," ,"",k"' ,loW" J"" lh"
lico lie.uliiuarters mm sent out a ile. lncemon followed Hrown's tracks
scrlptlon of him, Khe vlslled Helle-Jln the snow through the estates of
vuo every other day nnd remembers John O. Archbold, Col. Jacob Hup
being told on Dec. 4 at Helleviio that' l",r.t' ."'"''I ,,,ko: 'i",nh K"tmun
no such patient as she described was J,n S.Wep" "ST'nS!
In the hospll.il. , imrHt. Thero thoy cornered him, and
In tho old man's pockets when ho although ho still had the pistol In his
hand, no sunrnitteij lamely to arrest,
Assistant District Attorney Sey
mour Mork nf tho Hronx has been di
rected by District Attorney Martin
to begin nOrand Jury Inquiry Thurs
day Into the mothoils used by
Bellovue und Allied llosiltuls of no
tifying tho family or friends of pa
tients of their presonco In tho hos
pitals nnd nlo In enso of death. The
District Attorney believes that un
Improvement on tho present routine
may come out of such an Inquiry.
Mrs. Hertha Nclto complained to
Mr. Martin that after thn disappear
ance of her father, Ferdinand HcIiIoa,
eighty years old, a veteran of tho
Civil Wnr, from her homo at No. SOS
Kost One Hundred and Nlncty-flflh
Htreet, Nov. HO, ho was tekon to
Hellevue Hospital from In front of
No. 196 Third Avenue Deo. S and
died there Dec. 4. Hho says sho only
learned of his death Dec. 11, through
the police, though nho had called at
the hospital to make Inquiries for
him while ho wns dying.
Mrs. Nelto snld that Detective
TO RELATIVES SINCE
1884, WRITES HOI
Unlisted at Twenty in Army
and Sen( No Word for
"What Is almost a "lettor from tho
dead" Is In the i.oisesslnn of Jmeph
Ilutledge of No. 14 Houth Tenth
The letter Is from an uncle, Michael
Hut ledge, who formerly resided In
franklin, now called Nutley. Thirty
four yearn ago Michael Hutledgo,
then a youth of twenty, enlisted In
the !-'ovcnth Cavalry, I'. H, A. Four
years later ho wrote to his parent
in Franklin saying that he Intended
to return home.
After that tlmo not a word was
heard from him or about him und ho
wns long ago given up for dead by
About a mouth ago tho elder Hut-
ledge, now a prosperous fainur In
Kebln, Mont., wroto to his sister,
Mrs. Itoso Calliighan, who now Ih s
In Newark. Tho lotter was addressed
to "Franklin,- N. and went back
to thn sender unclaimed.
Rutledgo then wroto to his brother.
.ramns Hutledgo of Far Horkaway,
who has been dead ten years. Tho
letter was opened by his brother's
widow, who could scarcely bellevn
her own eyes ns she road that t,,o
man who had been mourned as dead
by her husband and his parents was
still alive. It was truly "a message'
from the dead" as far ns the rela
tives wero concerned.
Hutledgo wuh tho son of Frank and
Mary Hiltlrdge. Ills father died In
1899 ami Ids mother passed away In
1912 at the age of ninety-three. Tho
letter which hu addressed to his late
brother James said:
"I feel ashamed of myself for
not having written for all these
yeais, but inv conscience tells
me I ought to write to you nnd
see If I can locate you. I sup
pose mother nnd father have '
1 havo had Bonie great experi
ences during thwe thirty odd
years and It I could meet you
face to face I could tell you
ynrn that would reach from here
to New York. However. In nil
my ramhles I have never done
anything thnt I am ashamed of.
I've now settled down ajld am
Kill I unmarried und expect al
ways will be. I have a tine farm:
here nf 4X0 acres and tun Irrigat
ing along scientific lines. I am
away out In tho country a mile
nnd a half from town and about
twenty miles from the Canadian
Ills nephew Joseph has written
to Hutledgo to apprise him of
the death of brothers and,
Mlohael Hutledgo Is now fifty
four. SAFETY AT SEA VOTE STANDS
Nrnslnrs Fell te
tlrartnil Action Taken.
A H II I NOTO N , Dee. 22 An nttempt.
led by Adnilulitratien Hrnntors, to
rescind the ratification of the London
imfety at sen convention, because of
reKervallens which. It was rontended.
nullify the treaty, was defented to-day
on a parliamentary technicality.
Subniir Hnlrlde Identlfted.
The body of a man who committed
suicide yexlcrduy by Jumping In front of
h Midway train at the .Seventy-second
Ktreet .Station wns to-day Identified as
that nf John JotmMin, tlfty years eM,
of No. IE4 Writ .Slxty-elshth Htreet
was taken to the hospital were twon-ty-flve
letters nnd postals bearing
his address, a memorandum book con
taining the names of mnny of Ida
frienils, his telephone number and his
(i. A. It. bad and n receipt for his
Mr. Mork communicated with Dr.
Htowart, assistant superintendent at
Hellevue, and was told that thn mis
hap was duo to the rule nt the hospi
tal that ull effects found In the cl. (th
ing of a patient shall be sealed up
.minedlntely and put away lu the
safe. Mr. rillilce was asked, the
superintendent said, whi ther ho hud
mann, O'Keefn and Halmnii In the i any friends, and replied that he had
Hrooklyn Court of Special Sessions. ! none, Notice of his death .was sent
His ronviotlon was for violation of to No. 19 0 Third Avenue, Dr. Htowart
the Publlo Health law ugalnst the said.
changing by a pharmacist of a pre.
scrlptlon from tho written directions.
In sentencing Weiss, Justice Her
mann said his conviction and term in
the penitentiary should be a warning
to all other druggists against the
j MU!IKt:itiii jiiui;wiu ui iHllipei lug W illi
AMHTKHDAM (via London) Dec. 22 prescriptions.
Associated Press A Horlln doapatch
In the Telegraaf confirms tho report
that Dr. Georges Weill, the Hnclalitt
member of tho Itelchxtag for Met, who
Tim complaining witnesses against
Weiss wero Frank Hnpecls and F. J,
Ik r gold, inspectors for the Htato
lloald of I'liarmacy, They testified
was with Jean Lcou Jaures, tho French that on April thev nresuntei i,!
SorlalUt Under, when tho latter wa" Vx- ' " ' l nu- a SrescM fa
Mint III Hulls, volunteered for service In , , ,,. , J ,, '.,.n "
Hie Fruich Army on Aug. C last. Dr. "" 1 ' "" , 1 ""
went x uirappvjrsnre irom tienmny ... j'" I""'r"'
had cuured coimiderablo comment. Mltuted .lie lithium compound nu-
Tho Vorwaerts, the organ of the Oer- I other which was cheaper and whoso
man Socialists, strongly condemn Dr. effect was to neutralize the benefit ot
WeUVe ftotlea. ,;. Jm nUn pcMcljtlB,
.Niimril ii" .Icrni'i .linlur,
THHNTHN, N J . Dee. 22. (iov.
Fielder tn-diij mined lolm W. Slo
cuiil, ! liio'l ni. oi ilr.nih,
President ul i m la-t unal', to Id,
Common I'Iwih Judge "t Mnniuouth
County, MiiccieUin,; J uili;.j John IS.
Foster, Hcpuliiiviiu, of 1'iiehold, who
hits tent till resignation to the Gover
nor, to take effect Dec. 23. William
l.ocke Itockwi'll of Montclnlr was to
dHy i.houen Htalu Teueiiinlit lloure
Commissioner In place i,l John ,
liirry of Newark, resigned liotn n.
in inoei at-'
rUca Cared hi II lo 1-1 (,
Drutdlli leiunl uviw; it I'AZO OlNl'ilCNT faui
waul, uuno. jumuui.w lmraiUst
GARRANZA IN FLIGHT
FROM VERA CRUZ?
Foes of "First Chief" Hclievc De
feat of His Army at Puctila Has
Forced Him to Leave.
WAHIIINOTON. Dee 22 Dlplo
untie iesi.i teller t..-daj tepott tho
departure of ieri I'airany.i from
Vera Crux fur Hi" Isthmus of Te
huantoiee. l'actlon opposed tu Car
lan.a wero Inclined to regard It as
a (light after tho defeat of his army
at Puobla, but Carraunu ofUclals
pointed out that some tlmo ago he
had announced his intention of vis
aim; thn Isthmus.
iin Xapata's lepurj on the battle
of i'uelila was leieneil burn to-day
li i:nrniuo C. l.lorente. the (Sutler
"111 the attack and capture of Pu
obla moro than L'u.OW) of my forces en
gaged against u large force of Car
riinzj tMxip.1," It said. 'The re
mainder of the onomy's forces, tak
ing advantage of night nnd tho tired
iiiiidltlon of my men. retreated in
lin direction of Orlali.i A column.
(n ihi'iisund strong, followed, k
, .11 me e in
Ilea. lighting I ' lepurteil ue.il'
Torrion, lint despati'lie.i to tho Car
ranza agency gave no indication of a
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