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DEVALERA1ILLBE
ASKED TO LEAVE U.S.
FricudH of Irish Freedom
Charfic Olorddllnff' With
American Politics.
JUSTICE COHALAN ANGRY
Dlamo for Lack of Erin Pinal;
in 0. 0. P. lMatform Laid
to 'President.'
Friction between Kmiwnn 1 Vnlera,
"president" of tho uriricowild Irish ro
public, and tho morn conservative sup
porters nf Irish Independence liore
reached the point of an ujien lircnk yes
terday, In a slntehient wlileli It Is
gild l belnK' prepared nnd will ! Is
sued soon, Mr. He Vnlera Is to be ad.
Vised to leavo tho country because ot
Ms alleged "meddllnK" with American
politics. Through Ills action at CIiIcbro
In oppolnK a Plank nfflrmlnithe rlfilit
of tho Irish people to deckle upon tlielr
own governmental relation, which wan
drafted by a committed of the Friends
of IrUh Freedom, lie Is clinwd with
n-ivn.iimi tint Ineluslnn of any
mention of the Irish ueMlon In tho plat
form. ., . ,
Formal attention was Klven tho break
between Ve Valera and the conwrva
tlvea lit a meeting last nlnht of the
l'rle-r. National Council. The meeting,
uli.th. wa held In the Waldorf-Astoria,
was attended by about nlxty leaders of
tho Irish movement, but tho conclusion
leached was not announced. AmonK
those who attended were Justice Cohalan
and John Devoy. Ue Vnlera was to have
nttended tho meeting, It was said. Ills
absence was due to a delay In travulllnc
from Washington.
It Is Intended to present to the Demo
cratic Convention tho lank that Do
Valera Is said to have blockedvln Chi
enrto. Should It fall of adoption there
was talk hero yesterday that Frank I'
Watch of Kansas City might Join tho
third party movement, possibly heading
the ticket himself nnd becoming u can
dldato for President upon a platform
containing an unqualified Indorsement of
the Irish Republic To what extent
such a mnment would attract the rank
and file of tho Friends of Irish Freedom
was a matter for speculation here yea
terduy. Daniel F. Cohalan. Supreme Court
Juttlcc, presented a plank to tho sub
committee on resolutions at Chicago. It
did not demand actual recognition of the
Irish Itcpubllc but nrtted only that
"sympathy" might be extended tho Irish
people. It was reported that the sub
committee stood six to seven In favor
of ft.
At this point .Mr. De Valera and Mr.
Walsh are, said to have injected them
selves Into the situation, the former de
mandlng flat footed recognition of tho
lights of Ireland to Independence. But
this was more than tho commltteo could
agree upon and as a result both of the
proposed plunks weie lost. According to
reports Mr. De Valera and Justice Co
.halan had heated words and broke defi
nitely. It was said here yesterday that Mr.
Do Valera and Mr. Walsh will attempt
to havo their plank adopted by tho Dem
ocrats at San Francisco. The "sym
pathy" plank mipportrd by Justice Co
halan at Chicago also Is to be presented
by W. Uourko Cockrnn. Prospects for
an amicable agreement between tho
factions are not regarded as promising.
Should Mr. Walsh decide to pick up
th, third party banner friends of his
here said they believed he would have
tho support of n large part ot organized
labor because of his efforts for work
lngmen na a member of the War Labor
Bpard. ,
In to-day's Issue of the Gaelic Ameri
can John Devoy, Its editor, charges
thit $50,000 of tho funds subscribed for
bonds of tho Irish Itcpubllc were used
o send to Chicago a "nondescript ag
gregation ot Individuals" who undid
everything that Justice Cohalan bad ac
complished toward getting an Irish
plank into the Republican platform.
MONOPLANE OFF TO WEDDING.
Aircraft Stnrts for Omnhii for
Aerial Ceremony.
Tho all metal monoplane J. U 6. with
Berta Acosta at tho controls, took off
yesterday at Central I'urk, L. I., on tho
way to Omnha Neb., with n wedding
cake three feet In diameter and eighteen
inclws high as the principal freight.
Aboard wero John M. Lnrscn ot 401
Riverside Drive, who Imported the plane
from Germany; Charles F. Hedden nnd
a mechanic. Tho plane will stop at
Buffalo, Dayton. Ohio, whero Col. (ill-
more of tho Air Servlco will be picked
up. nnd at Chicago, where Capt. Kddlo
ijllckenbackcr, lending American ace,
will Join the party. At Omaha a young
couple, friends ot Mr. Lnrsen, will be
married In the plane. Tho return trip
will be mado without a stop,
GLOVES
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Fabric,
Doeskin
'"Xa Tor Men and Women
Tha World'i Oreatest leather Stores,
40 Fifth Ave., New York: !3I Broadway
Doaton H5 Trcmont Street.
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.
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Milk
For Infants
& Invalids
Ne Cooltug
A Nutritious Diet for All Agca
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Aroir Imitations and Substitute
Cuticura Soap
The Safety Razor
Shaving Soap
Lt the wedding belli ring out. Then
tlist tho momentous etnt Is rwordrd in th
"MarrUss Not lee" column of TUB HUN AND
NEW YOltK IIUIULD. Your frlemts will
k Interested to know and to tend their
mgi tulattons. You may 'phono your ad
U ou please. Call Greeley COOO.-AdV.
THREATENS TO CLOSE
IRISH RAILWAYS
Lloyd George Refuses to Dis
continue Sending Troops.
IwpoN, Juno IS, Premier Lloyd
George loJiay received a drputntlon of
railway ben In a conference which
lasted almost three hours. James Henry
Thomna, genernl secretary of tho rail
way men's union, said tho Government
had declined lo discontinue Bending
troops and munitions. to Ireland, but, ho
added, the flovernment Is prepared to
do everything to provent provocation nnd
la rendy to meet any body of Irish rep
resentative man, Including representa
tives of tho Sinn Fein organization.
This, declared Mr. Thomas, loaves
the question of tho strike of Irish rail
men untouched, but tho Government an
nounced that should tho strikers still
persist In refusing to carry troops and
munitions, the Oovermnent Would closo
the railways,. which would load to a very
serious situation. According to another
version, ths Premier told tho deputation
that refusal by the Irish strikers to
handle troop trains would lead to their
rummnry dismissal, nnd that If all other
rail men struck the 'flovernment would
run the railways with tho military.
One delegate pointed out this would
paralyze all Irish Industries and lead
to civil war
HUTCHINS EXTRADITED.
Writ Grunted In Case nf Allowed
Srrlndlrr of Idnho Man.
Special to Tift! SUN AND New Yosk Hkiuui.
Al.nANT, June 18. Acting Gov. llnrry
C, Walker this afternoon granted the
application of the California nuthotl
tles for the extradition of 12. A. Mulch
Ins, recently ni rested In New York on
tho charge of swindling John D. Nnrrls
of Idaho out of $51,000. Hutchlni, who
Is said to be known ns '"Illg Hutch," 1'
olleged to linvfl (leered NoitIk out of
tlm n.'iev In Ios Angeles through a
Btock mum deal.
At the heart? T llutrhlns, who Is un
der heavy ball, '.is Identified by the
wife ot Norrls rs the man who had
robbed her husban.1 last wlnterv
r
THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, JUNE
Foreclosures
FORECLOSURES have no terrors
for tic holders of the Guaranteed "
Mortgage. .
If the property depreciates and the
mortgage has to be foreclosed, the holder
is unconcerned. He will never have to
buy in the property. The Bond & Mort
gage Guarantee Company does that and
pai's him his principal and interest with
out deduction.
This feature greatly attracts the trustee,
lie dreads nothing so much as to be
come the owner of the real estate.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
CONSULATE INQUIRES
INTO SALSEDO DEATH
Action by Italian Embassy
Required at Start.
An Investigation Into tho causes for
tho detention of Andrea Salsedo, allotted
anarchist, who lenped to denth from
offices of the Department of Justice In
the Park Itow Building, has been begun
by representatives ot tho Italian Covcrn.
merit, A request for Information made
through attorneys for the Royal Italian
rlere's
3AMELS never let up in
pleasure they supply
That's because their quality is extra
ordinary and because they are an expert
blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos. Camels never tire
your taste, no matter how liberally you
smoke, and never leave any unpleasant
cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant
cigaretty odor.
Every puff of Camels is a thrill of
pleasure because their flavor is so refresh
ing so unusual! Every puff convinces
Consulate was refused by George Lamb,
division superintendent of the Bureau ot
Investigations, on tho ground that It
should bo made properly through the
Italian Ambassador to the State Depart
ment. )
nomolo Trltorno, Italian Consul Cen
cral, 20 East Twenty-second street, said
the reason for tho Invcstlentlon was In
the Interest of Salsedo's widow, who
recently came to tho consulate nnd said
the death of her husband had left her
without means to support herself nnd
her two children,
Mr. Trltorno said he was sure If n
wrong had been done tho family tho laws
of tho United Stntes aro sufficient to
right it.
the whole story-
the genuine
smokers!
A. F. OF L. REELECTS
GOMPERS 39TH TIME
Aired Labor Lender Cheered ns
Ho Accepts Only One Vote
Agnlnst Him.
MoNTnisAL, lune 18. The American
Federation of Labor a-jaln expressed Ita
confidence In tho leadership ot Samuel
dompers when It reelected lilm to-day
for tho thirty-ninth time at Ita fortieth
annual convention here, nnd returned to
office his entire administrative cabinet.
Ilia election was virtually unanimous.
Tho only delegate who voted against him
was James A. Duncan of the Seattle
Central Labor Council, lender of the
,.... -I,-- ivlnir nr the federation. The
delegntes gave the elderly labor leader
a tremendous ovation wnen ne uecmicu;
"I accept tlic call to duty, and I will
obey." , ,
Hepresentntlves of the railroad work
ers' organizations seconded Mr. Oom
pern's nomination, which wn made by
George W. Porklns of the ClBarmakers
Union, They pledged their hearty sup
port to hlfl leadership, declaring that tho
convention's action of yesterday In In
dorsing Government ownership of the
railroads should not be construed as a
repudiation of his administration.
nbilned that the fed
eration had not changed Its view in con
nection with tho ao of light wines anu
i.Adp mnnnforttirii nnd nale of which
wero advocated by Mio convention last
year. Ho denied n report that ho had
attempted to get the executive council
n Innfifnnrntn In Inhrtr'n flnmftnris to tile
nmlnnni nnllflTil unfiles it reauest for
modification of tho prohibition laws to
permit the Bale or light wines anu oecr.
Timothy Henly of New York, president
of tho stationary firemen, and Sara B.
Conboy, of the textile workers, wero
elected fraternal delegates to the Hrltlsh
Trades and Union congress.
Tho federation authorized a nation
wide campaign to organize all the tele-
you more and more how greatly you pre
fer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight. It's a fact you' 11 prove
out for yourself that never have you
smoked a cigarette so satisfying, so enjoy
able, so always appetizing as Camels!
Camels popularity in every corner,
bush and burg in the nation is the most
convincing proof that they are made to
meet your taste! For your own real
satisfaction, compare Camels with any
cigarette in the world at any price!
Ctmeh are oW ererynhtru in tclwHRettty
ttated packages of 30 cigarettes; or ten pack
agesOOO cigarette) in a glaiaine-paper-cortnd
carton. We strongly recommend this carton for
the home or office supply or when you travel
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-SJaag,N.Ci
19, 1920.
Phono operators. State federation, city
fnfri si It I VAlliniRCr urn "- -
aro to take the field at once In the cam
paign. The convention oeciarcu
action was necessary because of w
"oppressive, anti-labor policy of the ueu
Telephone Company nnd Ita oasoclateu
companies," .
Ilcconslderinr Its action yesterday in
amending Ita constitution to increeso tne
it m is mem-
bcri, the convention rejected the amend
ment by a vote of ZJ,uf io "
action prevents the election of four ad
ditional vice-presidents. .
The rourth Sunday in way
year wda designated as labor'a memo
rial day, upon which labor throtiKhout
the country will be called upon to pay
a tribute to .the memory of Ita dead.
The national steel organizing cam
paign hcadquarleri In PltUburg will not
be abandoned, it was announced to-day.
While the activities of the headquarters
staff will be limited until a new na
tlonal committee is organized, It will
keep up propaganda work among tho
steel workers. . ...
Other officers reelected to-day includ
ed James Duncan of Qulncy, MaBS,, first
vice-president Joseph F. Valentine of
Cincinnati, second vleo-presldent; Prank
r in.u.n.rmlln third vice-presi
dent : William Green of Coshoctop, Ohio,
fourth vic-presweni, w. f. mu i
nAirni fim, vlnn.nmstdent. nnd F. A.
Itlckert of Chicago, sixth vice-president.
Jacob Fischer of lnaianapons was re
elected seventh vice-president in a con
...I ...in, w tr Tniinntnn. international
presldont of the Machinists' Union, who
waa nominated uy tne ranroau worsen
organizations. Fischer's vote was 1D.92!)
and Johnston's 18,155. Matthew Woll of
Chicago waa unanimously chosen eighth
Vlco-presldent.
Daniel J. Tobln of Bostonand Frank
Morrison of Washington wefn reelected
treasurer and secretary, respectively,
without opposition.
PlnKtie Quarantine at Port Arthur.
Port Arthuh, Tex., June 18. All
ships from Tampfco entering the Sabine
ship channel from the Gulf of Mexico
have been ordered quarantined and thor
oughly fumigated aa a precaution against
spread of the bubonic plague, in addi
tion crews were ordered thoroughly ex
amined,
INCENDIARY KEEPS
FIREMEN ON HOP
-
Starts Six Ebrly Morning
Fires on East bide.
An Incendiary ,wlio stayed nwake all
night and set five fires between S and 5
o'clock yesterday, toolt a thort nap, had
breakfast, and set a sixth which cost
small damage but added to tho (error of
the lower East Side and to the over
worked firemon. The total dnmago waa
about $2,000, but 200 firemen were kept
jumping out of bed In seven flro houses,
and the Inhabitants of the Koosevelt
street neighborhood and further south In
tho Cherry Hill section didn't got n wink
of sleep and had smoko In their noses for
hours, ,
Henry Helm, Deputy Fire Chief, after
AMUSEMENTS.
America's Foremoit Theatres and lilts.
WINTER GARDEN
new rnoDurjrioN
Opening Mon June 21
SIC ATS
NOW ON
BALK.
CINDERELLA BROADWAY
OHKATKD JIY AMRHIOAN nnAINH
11KYONU Tltlt ItKACll of IM1TATOUH
To-Morrow Night jffjft1' Concert
In5& SUSAN LENOX
with ALMA TK1.I, ft W) others.
bobTH 4Mh,Westof Hroadway.Kvs. a Ml.
uw inM , To-day ft Wed. st 3 :30.
--cS- N0T SO LONG AGO
NORA BAYES tfftftv,., W
COOLEST THKATUF. IN TOWN.
K-VrtS. 8:30. MAT. TO-DAY 2:30.
rFNTRAl Thea.7tJi8t.4U'way.Em8:30.
UtlN 1 HALiM(lU- TlM),y A Wed. 2 JO,
IIIKNK JIOIIUONI In
AS YOU WtRESM,
with DIOIC IlEllNAItl)
I YRIP Then.. 42d. W. Il'way. ltvs.8:20.
Li I IMVj Mstrg To-dy. Jlert Seats $2.00.
MUSICAL "KKVUSIOAL" COMEDY HIT
"WteriiftaNawe"
WANTS A NAMfi
$250.00
Cain rrlie to winner ot Mio best aiiKcitlot.
ot a name suitable for this Urllllant Muilcal
Comedy. All details bi Lyric Tbea.l'rogratn.
TJ1H 1IK10EET
'Tears of
laughter."
Sun-HcraU,
"Outclasses
'Baby Mine' and
Twin Beds.' "
Commtrclal.
PLAYHOUSE K:'W"23o
"More than enough
TIIK
NEW
KAKCK
"As funny at Seven Days." 7Vmj. "A lively farce." Em.
Wtrll "One of the things to be seen." Sun-Herull
fulton.Yat0 T'o-firYtn
AN INNOCENT IDEAkSo
kt A.:ia.MATS.MrtDa.3At
fHE MUSICAL 0MtDV HIT
FI TINP.F Thoa.w.2dst.lvs.8:n)ljin2
Ijwt MM. Tn ilv alO TIniM
MARTINIQUE
wlih Joephlno Victor ft Kmmett CorrHan.
iCC LAHT I'KHIfOUMANOr:
Mi 3 TO-NIOHT
DPI VfnMTTboa-.48tli,Korn'yKvs.8:30.
PimViUlN 1 XMt Matlnoo To-day at 2:30.
ARiU Thea.,nr. H'war. Kvs.san. i:iuutn
tOin Ot. Mata. To-day ft Thuni. 2:30.Tlme.
STORM
E Jl V1MY1 MacKELLAH
NEW YORK'S LEADINO T
I YPFI TM Thea., West 4Sth St. Evs. 8SI0
L. I CCUlVt MaW- TO-DAY ft Thurs. 2 :30.
DAVID ItELASCO prmenti
IIIR nMlIBRin "THE GOLDI "r
umuuxuiuj r
DIGGERS" ftSRood
MAT. TO-IMY. Best Beats J2,
THE GREATEST REVUE
OF ALL
AS200QDO PRODUCTION
WITH A $l.00QO00 WORTH
Of LAUVinO MNU UIKIOK
JOUN GOLDEN presenu
O AlRTY.4tt8t. Kts.8 go. Mats.Wd.&Sat.21
Hnhan &Harri JW-
-r""" AtiotT. t o-asy x v ou.
DANOT BAM IT. IlARUts prcwnw the
WHiniiY WUSIMU VUUIOJ OVIlSAblUIl
MUSICAL
Honey Girl
QUI LIE
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
COAT SWWt'WIb.VVA
HENRY MILLERSJI
EVE&&20-MATS THUBS. e SAT 2'20
UENGV N CDmlHE
SBBaSinS llkliklll
BLANCHE BITES:
OKI VAMW rUKfltS
THE SEASON'S TOIUMPM
HUDSON
I,AST WEEK
Ets.810. Lat
Mat. TO-DAY.
Booth Tarkington'
"CI
arence
f ,-L:ll .Thea.. 4th 8t.&7th Ave.
vjicciimv.ii "aB-Mta.TodayftTliurs.2:20
"Is a dellihtful play." Tribune
EMILY I NORMAN I O. P.
STEVENS TREVOR HECGIE
And Brilliant . "FOOT.I OTmP"
Supnortln CaM. In rWI-LvAJJC
Dr ZOE AKINS, author of "DECLARSEK.
r A DTTvT mtoADWAY at
l ,Ar I I J I MltSTKEET.
HUL Coat, ita 11 P.M.
"to-day9 jackpickford
vx "a double dyed deceiver."
. ' TO-MORROW AND ALL WEEK,
BLACKTON'8 "PASSERS BY,"
LARRY SEMON COMEDY
and 8 Norel Musical ami Danclne. Viturai.
PRICES 55C.. 7BC. NO HIOIIEK.
mo8b-9. BROADWAY u P. M.
Last Tlmesl NUMA PICTURE CORP. Pre-
To-Ilay sonu ror nrst time on any screen
ttSM TARZAN
Dir. by Harry Rertcr. 8uper. by Geo. Merrick.
Additional Featnre BERT EARL te OIRL8.
SMARK Tv
tranD
U'way A 47 tit.
Douglas Fairbanks
In "The Mollycoddle."
BTRAND ORCHESTRA
P
alisadesWPark
Opp. West
lauau Kerry
Best of all.
Sea Water.
Many Frea Attractions.
Surf llathlng. Now Open
visiting each of the fires said there was
no doubt n uro nug net ino nunc, i
each case kerosene had been poured on
waato In the, roar woodsheds, Only on
of the flrca," that at 17 Itoosevelt street,
proved stubborn, Narrow hallways pre.
Vented tho farmed tenants making a
Quick oxlt, and as It waa n six story
tenement not nil could net out tho flu
esrfnpea at once. Between linndlng tn
half-dressed tenants to the street and
trying to est hoso lines In tho firemen
had n hard time. Several of them wore
overcome. The losa was about n.000.
None of tho tenants was Injured,
Tho other fires wero at SS Iloso street,
77 Itoosevelt street, 85 Cherry street, n
Hamilton street nnd 15 Kldrldge street.
Deputy Chief Helm said ho believed tlm
Inctndlary watched the progress ot each
of the fires, nnd aa tho firemen flnlhed
their work ran to sot another. Capt,
Mathows P. l'ltxpatrlck of Knglne 9 ana
his men who responded to each ot tha
fires wero nearly exhausted.
AMUSEMENTS.
Direction ot Ie and J. 3. Bhubert.
39th ST. T,! NEXT MON.
DKnonAii iRicijpi AYFRS1"3'
HIEKNK H IKlOn rUl X CfJ act plays
and Orit tlmn In America of
Oeo. llenianl Hhaw's "O'Klaherty. V, fi"
miert ,riina..44.W.of Uy. Kvs.:4o!l(lth
OIlUDCrt M(W -ioMiay A Wl 2:4(1 Month
Charles Cherry and .SPANIDAI
Kranclns Larrlniore In tJWAlNLVAL,
Ktes. A Bat. Mat. BOC to l2.Weil.Mt.Me-l,sn
PFNTIIRY OW-Crnt.l'k.Wmt. kSi.s lb,
CIN 1 UI I MaM, ToHijy fc Wed. 2:15,
FLORODORA
nranchTlcIf tt Office Central Thea..47thAll.
mOrosco MrtviMf,s
WM. COURTENAY!?0:-,
CIVILIAN CLOTHES
r..:nnailill'y Kvs.h:IA. Mts.'radayAVri'.
Musical t omely Hetation
IlKOAUWAY'rfllKST 1IKTI
boHy.be G
LirrLE THEATRE
(
Kvt.B JO. M all. To day .VWcd.3:2U.
)
RICHARD BENNETT in
Eurono O. O'NolI'a Croat Drama
Beyond the Horizon
Marjorie Rambeau
Channlng i'ollock'a Great Mrlouromi
The Sign Z Door
LAUGH IN TOWN.
MKl n-
ii enough laujhter lor one evening. Telegram.
SEEING' THINGS
laughter for one evening." Telegram.
COMFDY 41t,nr.D,way. Evi.8:2S ILvt ,
IV I I 1 r1 1 America's
My Lady r riendsa;
"' ' 'TIIKATIIK CUILD'S (
urealttl huccess
"JANE CLEGG"
lly ST. JOHN EKVINK.
MATINEE TO-DAY gj,1, $2.00
Harriet Mill. nr. H'y. IMati. To-day K
uaiTICK orceloy 1S22 Thu.2. :au. Kv.83(l
f
LAST 2 TIMES.
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11ALV1I MOIIOAN nil II If I h
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CCI TIVM Wrat42dBt. Evenlncn8:30.
atX,W I IN ijt Mat. TO-DAY 210.
NEXT MONDAY. Beats Now nn 8u,
ED. WYNN'S CARNIVAL
H DA THUS AND BUOOKSSCS
NEW AMSTERDAM"'1,
MAT.TO-DAY 50c to $2.00 gaiIEB
gEdWynn Carnival
wllh ED WYNN.The Perfect Fool."
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Knickerrinrlrpr"'wy 3th at. Evj. ssiu.
i . , . Mats.TO-DAYJtWwI. 2 :2S.
Lovable. LauEhable Play Erer Staned."
SHAVINGS HOP
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R J Douglas Maclean
I V II II Dorl u,y In "L,t''
B'way at B" Fashionable."
4lh Bt. niVOLIORCHE8TRA
iultn Wanda Hawlcy
I Q 1 1 U In "MISS IIOBD3."
Tlma 8i. RIALTO Orchailra
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Burt and Pool llathlng. ,
PRYOR'S BAND
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