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Federated Citizens Adopt
Resolution Urging Arbitra
tion of Differences.
OrganiZation Suggests That Public
Utilities Commission Serve as
People's Mediator.
A resolution urging the carmen's union
ad the railway companies to arbitrate
their differences in order that the people
of Washington may not be subjected to
the inconveniences of a street car strike
was adopted by the Federation of Citi
tens' AssociatIons at a meeting in the
rooms of the Ch1amber of Commerce last
The resolution suggests to the men and
the companies that they request the Pub
lie Utilities Commission to act as a court
of arbitration in the present controversy.
William McClayton, delegate from Bright
wood Park, who offered the resolution,
teek the position that the people whose
patronage pays both the carmen and the
companies' dividends should be consider
ed In the controversy.
E. W. Oyster, an alternate delegate
from Petworth. warned his suburban
fiends of what a long walk they would
have to and from work with Washing
ton's carmen out on strike. Mr. Clayton's
resolution was out of order, in that it
did not 'omie from his association. The
rule making it out of order was suspend
ed by a two-thirds vote, however. The
resolution read:
"Resolved, That we believe the em
ployes of the Capital Traction and the
Our Si
Equal to Any
Suit Sold Elm
in Town at 4
This Suit Vale is the Talk
surprise in Qualty and Sty
in Vale. New Tailored and
misses and ladies in French serge
gabardines and poplins lined wi
and striped silk trimmed with fa
and braids; belts and belt-efect
of navy, black, blue, tan. Copen1
also Shepherd checks; sizes 16
where at $14 and $15. Alterati
on these suits, but any garment
Other Spring Suits at $1
Spring Dresses, $10.98.
\no)ter "Surpri e" Value! Beau
tiifl Dresse- in extra quality silk,
rene de chine and taffeta: all the
c-ie pring styles: in all shades
and all ies: alterations, if neces
arT. will be made free of charge.
thferl ask $.14 and $13 for such
dresses Our Surprise price. SlooR.
Other New Dresse', charming
c. at $f375, $1;. S16.;o and
2 Esening Dresses. in taffeta,
nc-aline and crepe de chine; pink,
Iuc. whitr and flesh color; usuallv
S14 and Si;. Our Surprise price,
$To co.
New Dresses at $5.98.
New Silk Poplin Dresses: up-to
the-minute in style ; beautifully
miade. Choice of rose. Copenhagen.
blue, cray. navy. black, putty and
sand: all sizes Regular $So value.
"Surprise special at 598.
Corsets, $1 to $5.
ja \iit out Corset Department and
:: et the advice and services of our
expert corsetier, who not only fits
the proper corset. but laces it to
meet the requirements of your fig
ure. That means more comfort, more
satisfaction and a better fitting
gown. All the best makes in Cor
set-. at Si.oo to $5.oo.
House Dresses.
News line of House Dresses, well
made of fast-color Amoskeag
gingham, seersucker and Shepherd
check: sizes 36 to 46; $ .0
$S.i o salue ; special at....
1"hat V hellme them s' have s
rlht tq sebut #er gief ,s a" we
queta to Me a nuiann.,hrengh an or
"That the pesre of th Dbtet, who buy
the oemodity thees cauAe- sell. an
so. pt. Into their franmeMs whatever
vaIue they possess; whoem patronage
makes possible the wagee of the men
and the dividends of the eapspanes. have
primal and Proprietory rights in the prepn.
ise superior to either the rights of the
public corporations pr their employee;
"We. ask that there be no strike; no
suspension of service: no interference
with trafc. but that all matters in dis
oute be settled by arbitratiom; and the
federatin suggests the Public Utilities
Commisein, acting either ofnially or
unofcially, as the people's mediator be.
tween the men and the compailes."
The Mount Pleasant Citisens' Associa.
ion was admitted to membership.
Frateraity Celbsrate. Beventb Anal
Vearary at Raleigh 'uetel.
Local members of the Sigma Lamda
Fraternity celebrated their seventh an
niversary last night with a banquet in
tle oak room of the Raleigh. Follow
ing the dinner an informal dance was
Those present were: hoza Roe. Doro
thy McKercher, Irene Myers, Alice Rea,
Anita Robinson, Anna Agee. Florence
Ballinger. Gertrude Carpenter, Edna
Leaech, Dorothy Boyd, Jeanette Kelly,
Edith Luct. Peggy Porter. Helen Durnin.
Olive Wright, Kitty Carter. "Dorty"
Rider. Marie Johnson. Louse Elliot.
Annette Smith Kiff, Hattie Snow. Beatrice
Tate, Edith Swift, Annette Worley, Marie
Ostford, Ethel Cook Lester. Erma
Walker. Catherine Tonge, Elizabeth
leth, Dorothy VeItf. Margaret -Stevens,
Florence Coombe. Christine Kempton,
Rebecca Rogers, Mary Minnix, Dorothy
Nevills. Laura Filer, Eleanor North,
Charlotte Hamilton, Catherine O'Brien.
Nan Priest. Marie Sweeney, Mildred
Ralph Eleanor Keonely, Ruth Branden
burg, Katherine Tonge. Dolly Price,
Esther Sullivan, Anna Ellis. and Louise
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'7 tr r Are Wart
401 PA. AV . N.W
if the Tow! A
Greater Srprie
Dressy Suits for
s. mannish serges,
h plain, flowered
ncy buttons, silks
jackets. Choice
agen, green, etc.;
:o 44. Sold else
ons free, not only
you buy here.
3.75, $15, $16.50, $17.75,
Great Sale of
AT $1.95
These beautiful Untrimmed
Hats are exact copies of the
hats selling in New York now
for $5 and $7.50. All the very
latest and most fashionable
shqpes in Milan Hemp, Plain
Hemp and Lisefe straw, in
black and all the charming col
ors for spring. Choice of the
lot Monday at $1.95.
Complete line of Trimmings
at 49c. 69c and 98c.
Silk Underwear.
e. tilk Cor.et Covers, white andS
12.00 Crepe de Chine Corset Cov
er, at mti.
12.00 silk Envelope Chemise at
12.50 Crepe de Chine Envelope
Chemise, whi te and flesh, at 61.00.
32.50 Silk Pnderskirts, changeable
shades, at $i1.8
Muslin Underwear.
25c Corset Covers at lOc.
50c Corset Covers at Sie.
"Sc Gowns at 00e.
12.00 Fine LUngerie Gowns and
Envelop. Chemise at mse.
12.00 White Cambric Skirts, deep
embroidery or lace flounce. at mse.
25c Muslin Drawers, all sizes, at
59e Envelope Chemise, while or
flesh, at 43c.
59e .Gowns, fancy and plain, all
sizes, at 4Se.
um.> ./ to,
80a PAA:V s
MaWs Mestia to Be Held Today at
Natioial mad Pali Theaters By
Two Factisas of Citigeas.
The airmative and negative of the
question of a referendum for the District
will be the subject of discussions at the
New National and Poll's theaters this
afternoon. The meeting at the New Na
tional will be called at 3 o'clock and
the 'meeting at Poll's at 1:2 oclock.
Under auspices of the vice presidents
of practieally every phase of commercial
activity in Washington. the meeting for
the referendum will be held at the Na
tional Theater. This mesting was ar
ranged by a committee composed of Will
tam P. Oude. ehairman; Robert N.
Harper, vice chairman, and Charles J.
Columbus, secretary-treasurer.
Addresses against the referendum will
be made at Poll's by Representative
("Cyclone") Davis, of Texas: Rev. H. K.
Hardin, Rev. J. Morgan Chambers, and
Rev. 8. G. Dorey, of Denver.
The citizens of the District should have
the right to express their desires to Con
gress through the medium of a refer
endum, In the opinion of those conduct
ing' the meeting at the New National.
Advecates Passge Of Carlia Fut
tai Dill Defore Pederated Unen.
New York, March 4.-P. J. Ryan, of
Washington, D. C., editor of the Pigs
Printer, tonight addressed the Central
Federated Union of Greater New York
and vicinity on the Carlin bill now be
fore the House, providing for the pro
tection of the American printing and
engraving Industry from alien competi
Mr. Ryan explained that the bill was
based on the so-called Holder resolution
which ham been widely Indorsed by labor
organizations. He said the legislation
was strictly American. was progressive.
and was needful. The federation again
indorsed the bill and resolution.
i ti
Beautiftl New Waist', in China
Silks-plain and embroidered solid
color marquisettes; plenty of rose; X%
embroidered white organdies: trip- :X
ed and plain nainsooks and dimitieo.
About too dozen in the lot: actual
$1.50 and $2 values; g
special at ................. O8
Handsome Waists, in silk crepe
de chine. Jap silks, China silks, tub
silks, silk-stripe shirtings. - striped
crepe de chines and washable satins,
in white, rose, maize, blue, apricot,
peach, flesh color, white and black
sizes 36 to- 46; at least too styles;
usual $2.50 valuie; 1g
special at ...... .0
Regular 75c White Stripe Madras
Waists. Special for
Monday at ........ C
Smart Spring Coats
The best collection of Ccats in the
city. styles for sport and dress
wear, In chinchilla, covert, cordisroy
and serge: all shades, In plain, stzpe
and check eff'ects. Surprise values at
g4.SA, 811.08, 56.08, 57.56. and 65.56.
Others up to Si9.T3.
New Separate Skirts.
50 new styles in Dress Skirts, in
blue, black, green, Shepherd checks,
plaids and stripes; usually $2.98.
Special at $1.56.
Stylish Skirts. In all-wool serges, $
Popliris, gabardines and novelty
plaids and mixtures: regular and ex
tra sIzes; 100 styles to select from
at 8208, SLa.8 ad 54.65
Value 1
Secretary Wilson Score&r
lan& Plan at Department
of Labor Banquet
Speaker Oppoe. Setting a Mimimun
Length for Workday-Argues
for Maximum.
"While in favor of clerical emdiency
of the highest degree, I trust that those
who are advocating efficiency will not re
verie the traditional ideas of those who
have made a life study of edcliecy,"
said Secretary of Labor Wilson In an
address heore the members of the De
partment of Labor at their third annual
banquet at Rauscher's last night.
Indirectly referring to the Borland
rider, which arbitrarily proposes to
lengthen the Federal workday here, the
Secretary said:
"I sincerely hope that there will not be
established a theory based on a minimum
of hours which a government clerk must
work. The true theory is the maxi
mum number of hours.
"The proposed legislation. to increase
the working hours pf tile day will be a
step backwards and for this reason I
trust that the members of Congress, in
their efforts to increase the eficiency of
the clerical force, which in my opinion
is of the highest at this time, will not
make a minimum of the number of hours
which until now have been a maximum."
Eliminating the feature of a number
of speakers, the committee on arrange
ments for this year's banquet immedi
ately after the speech of Secretary Wil
son, had the banquet hall cleared and
announced that dancing would be in
Among those present were: N. C.
Adams. H. L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Baldwin. Miss Bertha Barr, L. W.
Bartlett. Charles A. Bell, R. D. Beard,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Becker, Dr. and Mrs.
William A. Bevard. Francis Bird. Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Biler, Mr. and Mrs. William
Blackman. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowen,.
Paul F. Brissenden. Mrs. E. M. Brooks,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burchfield, C. E. Bur
ner, H. R. Burrill. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cami
netti, R. K. Campbell, Miss Elma B. Carr,
Lucian W. Chaney, R. C. Chase, Dana E.
Clark, Julia F. Cole. P. Collins, Nellie E.
Colman. John B. Colpoys, Miss M. K.
Conyngton, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Crist, E.
J. Cunningham. Miss Hattie Cutler, A.
W. Davis. Dr. F. G. Davis. Arthur H.
Delbert. Miss Mary V. Dempsey, Mr. and
J. B. Densmore. Dr. J. A. Dickinson.
Miss Doherty. Frank S. Down. Miss
Emma Duke. Miss Anna T. Dunn.
M. C. Everett, Miss Fisher, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Fowler, William A. Fuller, Miss
Elizabeth Funk. Miss Louise Gardner,
Miss M. A. Geer. G. Gilbert, Jacob B.
Glaser, Miss Florence M. Gempers, Mr.
and Mrs. S. J. Gompers, J. C. F. Gordon,
E. E. Greenawalt, of Philadelphia; Fran
cis 0. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hamp
ton, Thomas J. Hanlon, H. S. Hanna.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harech, James R.
Hawkins, of New York; James A. Healy,.
Miss Carlene Held, Richard M. Hill, Miss
Katherine Hillman. Frederic C. Howe, of
New York; Miss Elizabeth A. Hyde, l-r.
Lawrence M. Hynson. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Jacob, Miss Margaret C. Janicula,
John E. Jenkins, Miss Florence E. Johns
ton. Miss Helen M. Johnston, P. L. Jones,
V. P. Kalmbach, Mr. and Mrs. H. L
Kerwin, E. C. Keyser, Miss Kim
mel, Miss C. B. King, Miss K.
Klager, B. R. Landes. J. F. Larson.
Mise Julia C. Lathrop, H. B. Letting.
A. M. Leary, Miss Katherine Lenroot.
MIss Lillian M. Lewis, Miss Margareti
Loughran, Miss Emma 0. Lundberg.
Miss Sara McGarvey, Edward S. Me
Graw, J. L. McGrew, Anna T. Mc
Nulty, Mr. and Mrs. L. Magnusson,
F. E. Marvin, Fred Manglos. Miss M.
Alice Matthews. Alfred Maylander.
Bennet L. Mead. Dr. and Mrs. Royal
Meeker, Dr. Grace L. Meigs. Miss May
Agnes Melling. Miss Ella A. Merritt.
E. L. Messner, W. T. Miller, John A.
Moffat, Miss Moody. Mrs. Sara J.
Moore, Miss Hilda Muhlhauser. E. J.
Nagele. A. P. Norton. C. F. Osborn,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Oertel. Miss Viola
Paradise, A. Warner Parker, A. V.
Parsons, Miss Ida M. Peck, Miss Ethel
D. Pitney, M. E. Pollock. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis 1 Post, T. V. Powderly, Mr. and
Mrs. George Reed, Miss Grace B. Reid,
L. E. Riley. Miss Anna Rochester. L. B.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Rynex.
Lester L. Schnare, Miss L. Scully, J. Ha
Sheppard, Thomas B. Shoemaker. H. J.
Skeffington. of Boston: Mr. and Mrs.
Wade H. Skinner. Miss Isabel Sloan, Miss
Harriet M. Smith, Dr. Peter A. Speek, R.
C. Starr. Miss Hattie Stein. Miss Glenn
Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Ethelbert Stewart,
J. J. Sullivan. Miss Helen L. Sumner,
Jesse Thomas, Miss Gertrude Tibbetts.
C. Van Driesen. C. IH. Verrill. Miss Jose
phine Waggaman, Miss M. T. Wagga
man, J. H.. Wagner. Charles F. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Washington, Jr.. Rob
ert Watson, Jesse C. Watts. R., B. Weid
man, Miss Agnes Wilson. Mr. Jay Wil
son. Miss Virginia Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Wilson, N. B. Wilson. Jr.. E.
C. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Works.
Von Der Golti Gives Up Command T
London. 'March 4.-A wireless despatch
from Rome states that Field Marshal
Von Der Golts, the German. has relin
quished command of the Turkish army in
Asia minor.
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.Y-Au esjtosa
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whit, Ptak and 4 tit.
ggggMg 810-816 Seventh Street
--k.3 Fin e Hemp Hats, 98c .-I
ti acouipon n.s us. buys
or*en ' n Spedi quality untrimmedcl Hemp Hats, including t. w lisere toth. ait
cor I ,i edges. Arse brin sars roiling " sailors, pokes. rue ai, arorde - l
edge. Limt to ires, and fancy-brim efects in black and all colors.
Bags, 12%.
40 and 17,c buys
."ss, '" ltso Ixt4 eavy
T hIsa coupon huktwl
ad1,..buys ise eth~ red border.
awitho.t strongL is r H ats, tw;
balt wjthppnD Prce ,.l at $.w...............08
rout me. Black and colors in the beautiful and exclusive brliant lire braid C
Hats. Highest class untrimmed shapes, including large, dashing sailors, 7e Towebg,
rolling brim models, medium and small elects. 3%g.
10 EAeid- Thousands of Exquisite Spring Creations in Our I3cb.:
wies, 5c. ed cr.sh towol
Thi cou n ne Limit. 10
and 5c buy -f yad t uyr
,rm broidery Ii~
dgand In.
sertions from 2
wide.$4.95, $7.95, $9.95 T .U
3L~JJ JaaL Atea .'salows, 37c.
ModelsPriced at other stores from $10 to $2T.h a copon
Ivory Soap, Works of art in every sense of the 6 i
3 for 10c. word-every hat representing an authen- fileduhPure
Co th thistic new style, and every hat diferent. 11t
Our milliners have duplicated hundreds &TI wk-nx ll
of Parisian and New York creations, and
their own original conceptions are no less
1c Shoe charming. Large RLis
Polish, 7c. Large, small, and medium styles, with- Crepe Talet
anTi -c ouyn out limit-aglow with beauty and becom- Paper,
ngness. 3 for 1c.,
rNE shoe - Sailors of all sizes, With rolling, With this cov
Ish. Black or ' straight, or flared brims. Watteau models, P*N I
quaint pokes, and demure mushrooms and turbans.
and Trimmed with high-grade Rowers, wreaths, fruits. wings, ornaments,
a~u~IjJ and ribbons. I ILLL,
ii/sc Y'acaie,
77s c. Re
T h i a coupon
and 7%c buys
yard-wide per- e
cale. Limit. 10
ardsa to a bu M ESS
el. If MESSA]
Beautiful a
luster-and in al
20c India .iHT 131,
T h i s cupon REAEDA
and 9%4C buys
40-inch extra $1 .00 SILK
sheer white In- 4
dia Linon. Limit. weave, in light b
10 yards to a
buyel. ii mahogany, old r
CO 88c. In rich blotl
T h I s coupon allel stripes of a
and 88c buys a
12-yard piece Silk and fin,
yard-wide Eng- better. The ide
tIi-ih Lon gelothI.
H. women's blouses
A Cosple
All Si
line are H
hination Di
high neck
els. and vol
or thuree-qu
of fast-cob
ham. chaml1
er, in check,
tnlor. Lig
ter s .
emporary President of Government
Employes' Organization Denies
Strike Would Follow Increase.
The temporary union of local cvil
rvire employcs, organized at a mass
ceting in National Rifles Hall Friday
ight, yesterday opened headquarters in
oom 311, Ouray Building, where men
-rm will be enrolled after offlce hours
ery evening.
I. H. MelArin. temporary president
the union, announced yesterday that
te next meeting, to effect a permanent
-ganization, would he held to Typo
raphical temple Thursday instead of
riday night.
The new union issued a statement yes
rday denying publsfied reports that if
i' Borland rider should pass Congress
strike or work-out of government clerks
ould be called.
"This inference is unwarranted and
nores the principles which we are ac
!pting and which we are confident will
ring success. strike talk is futile when
ery government clerk and employe
nows that the only way improved con
tiona can be secured is through legidla
That the Borland rider will be knocked
om the legislative, executive. antd
idicial appropriation bill on a point of
-der was confidently predicted in the
:ouse yesterday.
The House adjourned yesterday with
it reaching the rider. The question wiIl
>rpe up Monday unless discussion of
it McLemore resolution displaces it.
American Consul at Rome Dies.
Rome. March 4.-WIlliam F. Kelly.
merican Consul in R'ome. died sud
!nl: of heart disease toda. lie w's
native of Lincoln, Neb.
The city of Toronto has expended
Parly $2.00,(Pi0 in erecting and equipping
io of the largest and hest appointed
dustrial schools in North America.
aly for Hundrede of Eagr Sifk Byms
-silk quality satin messaline of heavy i
I colors, despite the dye famine. Choice
POPLIN-Yard-wide Faille silk popli
ue. pink, flesh. Copenhagen, navy, sage,
>se, wistaria. white, and black. Yard...
Yard Wide Striped
Putai W ash Silk . . !%
se patterns of two tone stripes, cluster
I colors.
n weave-boks like all silk and washes
al combination of style and utility in
Ind men's shirts.
c ii.e of opring 4 gAt
Dty5.a a 42-Inch
Dreses Regular $1.
1~I 00 it~ sea or
1.00 Ine entire 11
dres"es, so Mc
labip mEd Colora should bring a
laraCeed. k. u hit
te 36 to 46. n
regultion pleated d ha-ae, m.p
' Hiarmas. ALL-OFR
t in our spring L-Ie( i, i.-ge
andy-Dandy wsts and se
esses and Aprons, Yard. 4e.
nd low neck mod- rei, rimn tnt
e fronts with long thc fa orite I
arter sleexve. Made in or SlprI
r pecae. g - 4iGET
lay and sserru k- htad k wh at
u. stripes and pit at Kng. Pala
awl dark pat- EMBtr E
Fnmbiwdhe- m
Alumni of Academy Dine at Shore
ham and Elect Officers for
Ensuing Year.
The anulS minri -t irthe foulrite
As..mwjatiok of the Alumni of S'tfp
Exeter Avatietit was held last niptti
the banqut roiit ,f the te rehan lot,
Fyowing infode rna talk the foldown.a
officers were electled
J. ge tr arioe a . and. of atintmosP
presidentI; Morris Whitaidg.. WIDEim
I letz. Sctmam James. Herbert ii. Snmth.
Chmriet. Dietz, tlarence R. Wilson. rc.
presidents; eeuti committe- --mr drti
Adams. hairman; Dr- F. Howe m;I.
Worry t-o
Woodward D ehathoe
AoIanURf Wh lmI US A]mp
121/c Drawers,
and se- huys
T h i s coupon
children'# mu,
lin d ra w er
hematitched or
embrollery rut -
exture and lugh Iic- tilse 4 to
I of serviceabig Ves.s 9c
This coupon
gray, and Sc buys
women's extra
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gauze vcstp Ii
tnPes. and par- S Ubrd.
P1116, 1*.
Thi Wcouponu
and wears much and 19c hu I
a material for women's knt
umbrella pants.
trimmed wnh
Chiffon Cloth 85
Quay, yd .......... 0 C
of soft fIlny fabrics, both for mak
Be. 'd or trimnint b ses and
nday F bargain i pure lk iiff,
re-ad, response.
And all colors
CINuS--Regtular 5' 64 Oriri N-:
incheS wide, in bea uiful embruides -
o0und rnd fanc- pallopod eugeu tine
.ream and white Yard. 5e..
-ACE--3tI-1, h All-oier Shadow
n- Madl figured deMnsi for m k
.. Wuite "nd cream. 1 sju,
I-NN;S--A wealth of rc.lt i
s of ecld. uu!uer. ,- l. a-, a
etallie effect, for orati- al:
fabricc: -'. values 'Yard 12'c.
E CREPF-4--in I AI-Wk -. 'g.
alk. white aid .ll he nuu-flar * u.
tm'opt Store, fr $1 -0 '-d ,.e< i,
Ie. :,a rd. sor.
RY EDGEsI--:.e Camtru- end S.ip.
ge- in pret it . : n de
h -wid Ya--t Wlr.
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s'~ .ecetai
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I. Hiss- 'Y . Kortng-hit Ilthur, ,.
Nlj um ic uls 140. Henry ll in
Iac -ore- r Gr F Ran rut
Hlarrnan. iA Lawrence
R ker has 11 Dietz. 4. 1?
n-'. M !lei '0. Henry 1 Blalr.
N., man Jampec K. Fred K Barbour.
lh, 'n ' Meead. 'K. James Gav Go- -
'o ,4. Wnt. lt-z. '?. Herbert A
-mit ('has li . stone. R Lucien S.
Fulton. 71. and 0. 1. Detweller
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