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Ttmmx rou"sn, isse, NUMBER'17,733. RICHMOND, - TUE
DISPATCH rOtTNDZD?1150- I I I - __t
. I PROFiTS IN OIL I I
Some ? of the Flfguren Are Drawn F'r0m
Witnessem In inventiantiOn- ?
Ftfternoon in, the tr
I NEW ioRIC, December 7-Fiffures
showing nome O' t e "'Ofitn Of the
Standard, Oil Cornp.,!y &l:hmolpart of
the aourt record Ill the Federa I, it to 0 0
s ? dix,olve the Standard to-thily. when I
r Jolin D. Archbold reijumed tfi' stand
for it brief exatninatlon, and lienry Til
ford, pretildent of lh- St.ndard
Cornp tentliied 0" Political Situation in Ilayti liopes to C ntribu
OrdiDance, Cut to $7,300, Fi- 'o any of California. at 0
,MO length iLe a witness for the de- I
nally Passes After Opposi- -nse. The governtnent lnquimitor on Has Been Cleared Con- ing of Her '
figUrem nubmitted showed that the Con
Mental oil Com any,V& 'Standard sub
tion Had Collapsed. midiary in he Mi dle eat, made profit siderably!Recently Alliaiice. I
of 116 or cent. on its capitalization of I
- . $300,00 and that ttic Standard Oil Com
pany of Indiana, on IL ca,p,italIzation of
x t before, 3 o'clock A. M.
$1,000,000 earned' about 51000,100 be ?
MENT V, ?
MONEY MUST?COME -GENERAL FOUCHARD SliOULD BREAK
Through Mr. Titford, the counsel for
the government, oought bring ,
OUT OF NEXT BUDGET WOULD AVERT A WAR - OIJTLIVED SE
tha , ti 0 .
In California and ot er State f 1
I th,p far Went. the Standard has inade
contracts with ltit conipbtitors wheroby
Flans for Blues' Armory -A P_ In X'ieNv of Fact 'rhat "God llad Addresses North Carolina Society Iiiadcqtiate R
oil supply and thereby had the refin
I proved, Sum of $x5,ooo Beitig "Ig field to Itself. Mr. Tilford said 13tesscd the Arms of General at the Annual Banq
. lie h d little knowledge of these con
I tractia : Sirrion," He Withdrew Astor, in Ne
?? Set Aside for Fire Protec- B. Reff-rring to all trade rate cut
ting ware in Colorado and In the far
a - Legisl Causes ,
: lion in Public Schools. % Webt , Mr. Tilford tiaid that Stand rd and the Latter Pro Devotes His-Remarks
' ' " ?
nev r cut prices to undet-iiell Its colti
claims Hini- to Southem Sit- Railroads to Contemplate
Want New Tax Peti't'orx, and It 'eimply- lowered rates .
1. to meet reductions of Its rivals. self. itation. ,
Law. Mr. Tilford's exatiiination wjil likely
?f?',.J_ . be concraded to-morrow. and either I
William Rockefeller or Frank S. I of.
PPOSrTION to the municipal fatt, president of the btandard Oil n oR,r-AI-PRD4CZ, December 7- ENV YORK, December
Playgrounds achemeu collapsed CompiLny. of Indiana, will be called to The politleal situation Is clear- dent-elect Withain H. Taft,
In th Comnion Co ncit last es Ing. tify. Mr. Archbold's testimony hud r- N
to do with dqtailm of certain proper- i.)uring the Interview here b ween address the North Carolina Society
night, the body passing that measure et
ties conveyed to the Standard on Its . of t r." city, was gl%Ien
by a large voto after an oxtended de- organization.
General .91mon, the leadez h.
bate. Otlier inutters to etigage at- Archbold Explalum. olutionary niovement ttiat resulted In iception to-nig
. ttit, orgaiiizatiott and by prominent rnen sources of that section of the coun
tention were the , approval Mr. Arcliboldt said tie establishment the fliglit of 'Nord Alexis from the froni itil parts of tho"South at tile an;
Of th'B of tnarketing s atlons 'to conipete witli
Plans for? the Blues' Armory, app,o. the rivain of the Standard naturally capital and General Iloucliard, an as- I nual dinnei- of the Nortli Citrol
n forced small dealers atid 'obbers gi-ad- at tile i-lotal Astar. Five
Pl'iatlO of $15,000 for fim protection untly front the field. pirant to the pr,:sIdeney, who arrl%,,I.d bers and guests. of t
of public 14ciloolt and ,a discust,lon ,,f Regarding the Standard Oil Coin- )esterday at the head of a band of
differe -H bctw?eu tie Council and pan, -f IndianR, Mr. Arclibold aiLld it tlie, bi-illiantl
Ih. School Board as to ttio control of vvas originally rapitalized for $1,000,0 followers, the latter said that In view ,t,l,h was redolent o
tio n Of ttie new Ill gil licilool and had borrowed large sums from "God had blessed tlle Tarheel State, the cones and
constir of the fact that
nu c M other cornpantes, whicii arine of lie withdrew
9 The o'ta riking I new - re
buildi ' H t It had paid ofT (ieneral Slmon," Of tbe -ilnous trees f
rneas ure lntroduc out of earnings. Nfr. ICellogg aitked If his candidacy in orL,er
ki ..h ed was,011c offered by the Standard of Indiana nad not made ?
Mr. lr berg provid ng for hility of civil war be averted. Tli-3 lybich ivere acmt
a re- net earnijign of over $55,000,000 be.
vision -f the hybltem of collecting de. tween the years 1889 and proclamation of General Sitnon as snowy linens an
linquent tsLxeii. $1.000,000 carAtalization. ,Mr. Archbold PreBident of the republic was then 'Intertwined e-ts
The ordinanct providing f(la the et- said there had been many iiiflllons .,f dtclded upon. nation were conspi
tablish dollars Invented In ,the company,.
ment, and maintiptiance of pilLy- The lo"l population has accepted tiorts of the banquet hall, and la
iFroun the city I
ds, a now departtire for whlch was oni-, tiominally capitallzed. the new order. -uf things, and General
government, came up ori rocommenda. Western flags were displayed In f
tion of the I .aidgituation Simon will shortly take possession
bfr. Tilford that 1; the far 01 botel throughbut the dtLy a-nd even
Coinrn ttee on Finance, in Western territory eighty-seven mar- the national palace
Dike Given Way at Fine Bluft and City
-hich body the plan of the speclai ket stationp; were established by thft General Turen
Standard Oil Coinpany of Callturrill, ble conflned,
comrnittee providizig for an expendituro as Mr. Taft, In the c
Of $10,000 was cut down to $7,300, and and In the Rocky Mountain regions th., at one time inentioned as a POBBI which was
bearing Etils amount the Ordinance was Continental Com a St ndard successor to Nord Alexis, had given South and its problem
subsidlary, honidi e, a d 138a Tnar- assurance that fie will see to the main- that the voters of that section slionld
(Inilly adopted. keltigg statiorim. tenance of ot-der In the Departnient of break iLway from outli
Locution .f Pinygrounds. .effect of the e,5tabltshment of th,-_ North. It Is felt here that If Gen- and traditions of their past p
The plati provides foi- playgrounds those marketing station.; Ifilliations and eafit' thei
was to re- eral Simon proceeds In accordance wlth accordance with their ecutionild andsreat pointed out, had been tPb alle
?A, as follows; i duce prices to the con8unter. the Constitution it sooii will be pos
1?ft on W1111antsburs; Avenue, three On cros,m-examination, Mr.
?_ KellOgg sible to bring together the .Nation I
U. that nothing would give Iiini greater the Southern States to the railroads. wlileiL crosses
14"wes to be United; rent, equipment and developed that the Continental Oil COm- Assenibly. All the senators and dep e
pariy In 1906 made prid during his 0OMIn&te
suitiltdInance, estimated $1,100. 115-10 per cent. on" ties at present In Port-au-Prince are Chief Executive Offlee
SchOOt 7ard of 31.r.b.11 Its capital stock. The purpose of the convinced that the election of Gen- , rect the p.,Icy ol the national 0o,ern'
bet,-Ileeu Nineteenth and 'Ilw Schooi, government Inquiisltor was to iihow oral Stmon by a large majority In as- ment with respect to the
"utieth that the prices charged for oil pro- to convfnee the intelligent
of alleged hostility ,with
bireets; quipment $100. sured. gtates a
ducts In the West were not warranted. General Simon wai-i recet,%Fed by Gen- I citizens of, the South of th desire of
Senbro.k. Wnrehou.e Property, be- Mr. Tilford said the profits on all, admin stration to aid
twella . cral Alphonz, commander of the guard, 111-9
Sevent-!nth nad Eighteenth merchandise In the lix-est were higher, Iworking out satIsfactorfly the
hilreelm, -a Grne,, to cily;iand that 1,11 iamid the acclamations of the pe,pl,lous
b0ouging ? s,Ad no liigher than flour' problenis before
Improvement .f property aud wgInt,_ ar-d sligar in proportion. and the soldi-i,rs when he took Posses- I bringing them allo their N?Iorthern fel
Cabinet Members Speak.
-ance and .quipoient, #L,tloo., AdJournment was takez, until to-mor I loil of ttie palace after proceeding low-eltizens el "ser and c
row, -I "iround tite city. . patliy and point of vie'W. The
Fnfrowuut School Y-rd and Bellevue .1,1
1whool yard, at ItIrt-enty.second and Gerieral Siiiion Ila's tiot as yet ap- Frequently Applauded.
firoad btrcet.; equipment, each #100. pointed Iiis Cabinet, and he In awalt- At the . conclusion o
Lot on North Tent- Street, betwees I .ng the arrival of iieveral of the revo- ,,ery one of,his poin
lutionary leaders. Taft was interrupteA-by applause and retary of War, and Osc
1. ?, Clay and Leigh Street* to be known Dr. nortillon Sb,s,*s tho Dekth and The, United States 4cuiaer- Tacoma ebeering. , -He
1,0Stary- of "ttm?,bt'plrt?nent-'et.-Cofiii., Iftilowing-etoseW.-in--tite- ?*
as ShOkoe Playground, Including vur- Birth Rates I!k France. left to-day for St. 31arie and Gonal self regardll.n the s
,4,n.e of orround, equipment and main S. December -WhIle France PART vex' d declared that neither
genance, $3,100. - Word received to-d&y from these places
han paintijily but successfully regained was of a more favorable nature, the
her old Posttfon among the nations of idea of forcing upon the people of tilc
310ore Street and Bacon's Quarter
Europe, she Is to-day confronted ,Ith people at botli toivns apparently ob- South tlio dominance of an ignorant
ilim-ch. for colored children; rent -f iL danger the restilt of whkh. unless serving order. Nevertheless troops have cla-S.
Inod, "ulpinent un.d mulute.unce, $100. a rernedy be discovered. Is niathemati- b,el, 'ient to Gonalves under Generall --,Ir Taft ,,ieclared that t
Us, certain. I , with
o-ned by I ea Poidevin, and it is believed that lie will
.If.,- Oty; for "ulptnetit, *Igo. c) f time. Dr. Jacques Bertilloit gives have lio diiYiculty In checking any i the .,?outh. and
L;ndvr the ordinance the Comrnittee under ifie heading "The Man-Devol.r- r,jolutionary tendencies. Ishow that the in(lus
It itig Town" sorno very startling statin- lhad growli and prospered m
,11 Finance is instructed to provide tic, In Le Jotirnal. It Is uiiderstood that all the refuge,? Ing tile past decade
htse aiiiounts In tl.,e ilext annual Not only. be tells liis readers, -J, at the foreign legations will be given sectio'n Of the cotintry- Ag to
?Udget. - the birth rate In French towns rapidly tlicir liberty. gro, ,%f,. Taft said h
All plaYgrounds located dwindling, but in niost ask nor,receive niore tliu'
in school- I
of thern niore n iself for erive to-morrow.
vards will ba undet, control of tile of the Pe.-)Ple depart this Iffe tha'n cn? cha ce - qualifY
iieliool -Board, wlille ter It." It 1-5 iiot that the deatli rate Ship Ordered to Hayti. franchl 'e. '
ttiobe on public Is )-ising. btit that the birtli i-ate .'s WASHINGTON, D. C., Die rnber 7- Otlier Sp,aker..
land will be matiaged
by ttie Coinntit. Incredibly low and steadily (liminishes. Because, of unsettled Itions at otlier ?
Buildings. Each Dr. Bertition's researches extend Gonaives, flayti. the dispatch boat President W. W. Fiiiley, of
Lee oii Gxounds and .peaker, at
fornier iiidietnieiits were ba,ed .
Of these bodies is auttiorized to ae -ovei, twent,- vearH. in Paris, between Dolpliin, iiew In Ceiltral AiTierican ern liailway coriiiiany'. J.
i "We are at the crest
cept a.sl tatice from tll, Civit Iiiiprove- 1887 and 18?0, ttio average annual I waters. lias been ordered to that place State Superintelidellt Of P
Igue In maintenance and .-3u- number of birtlis ivas 58.000. The total tioll of Nortii Carolitia;
pervisio I to protect Aiiieric
Ms falleii in 1907 to 50.811. although f Wilmington. _N- C., Di. JosePt,
it tlie censu ,,o -ie The criiiser 13es Moines, which for 0
=1'na.ee gk "Vote G,-tf,r.11 . ftile. twenty , ears . Dillard .'[ Ne'v
sho s iin increased Population. ni'ainly ,oine aays, lids been stationed at Poi-t- AN?. p[,?k,,-. of New
Ttic reading ot ttio ordiiiarice pre- . w
cipitated ari extended, tie to lntivix from .the countr), of half ,au-Prince, left that place for a criiise, More proiiiinelit gue
debate, 31r. a million. In 1887-IS90 the bli-th rate and %vill stop at Gonalves and ,
,it to table and tile- Prestdeiit-elect; Prest
Lyiich making a fig,
,as 25 per thousand lnliabitants
t0-Marie. brotliei, of
print, alluding to tiiat Lliree day It Is between 19 and 19. In ne; i- I ,, 'Murray
the fact a ly dent Nlchoh?
of the proPosed grounds were withii, all the large towiis more die thaii are - luiiibia uni,ersItY'. Co
three blocks of Eighteenth and Broad born. ztino, of Jaimn; Dr, 11. B
titrects. Mr. Blil,?y Joined the opp,,,91- ? - WEDS PEER'S SON flaniptoll Institute; Dr. Jol
that play space, ahoul,l ,f th,- .
be In the centre of tile city, FUNERAL TRUST 1
Fdward Owe" Of t old oties. Siloill(i
11(t In a Quiet Wedding at St.-Jani- Adds A ._ j or
i-egion surrouiided 1)) Vateratis' Society; Tlio .
OPell filld-, as InI Stuae. presideiit 0
other Romance to f tl,c Georgia Soclet,Y; JOIIII in A'Iclnity of 1,oulsville
the case of the :hictigo Embalmer Say. lltibile 1. H,-Id '
XVillianisburg Avenue I LONDON, December 7-Yet anoth r C?, Carlisle. presiden,
plot and the one In Fairinount. 'Mr. nt lin Mercy.
CI-IICAGO, Deconibc-r 7-That C-h Istage aiid peerage romance reached Its jaiis; Rev. J. Novitt StP t
Ferguason and Mr. -
Alills defended the ,ago Is at the nierey of a "ftineral happy ending a few days since in a ttie Maryland Society'. John S. Crosby,
rePort, I Pollock riiakilig an ex- trust" Is th ,allegatiot f P. J. Hurze" quiet little wedding at St. James' presidetit of tl
,. !,.n Mlyck. president of ttie
teiidcd d-bfense of ' o I 11 'N
tiie .4pecial conimit- an embalmer, wli., in "disp a?,,nHadver Church, , Piccadilly, bet,?veen a pretty gusttls
tee, nientloning ,specially the of yoting cot-nody actress and the son of South Cal'Olint, Society'
work tiseinents In daily papers beeii the Tonnesse Society. and
Mr. E. it Fuller, the 01-iginator o iiis brotlier undertakel peer. The contracting parties were president of
t the --i.a"stirring tip" 0
Plan, and the cliairmaii of tile Ele says In part: the -.klon. Maurice Henry Nelson Hood. Dr'George
"Thei-c are so niany undertakers in 0,nly siirviving son of Viscount of the Virginians.
"nitnlttee. who, lie stated, had br.ught tth, T spoke las
leago hat inany of tlieiii bury but Bridport, and Miss Ethel Kendall., Air. Taft
before tho Coui,cil
tile first feasli,le fifl.,?.eii or tw,?tity bodies a year. The arose to re-101111 fi
J)ropo?ltlori yet presented. 'IC!) k own to ttieatregoers as Miss Eilcen f tillig tti
result j. ttiat for a ftineral wi, oil .0 tile eve
Mr. Lynch eharg,?d that Councililiell should cost .but $200 these undert riiie. Slie is related to the heroliie of cheered for several minutes. Mt
wero voting ttie plaii v charge ak- -recent stage romance, lier reached the citY at I
for iiierely be- ers iny.flablN as higli as $50 r' anotliel' ' ifroiii liot
?atiso of popular clainor, Caskets wlti6fi should be so](I at abotit cousin being Aliss Denise Ornie, wlio prings, V
and as a $50, at good proflt, they sell for $.10-i iiiarriage to the Hon. John Yarde-Bislet fternoon at tl"' I'Ome
I - there wa4
vIAO-gette"," wilich W,Is warmly - . n'l Ya
re. and $250. el- took place last year. Slie Is o .14enrY W. ,1,,Ift, aiid wilile
sented. by tho advocates. Alr. Davis "WCiett deatli coiiies tlile relatives !n years old, wlitle the bride- in cons.Itation wit
bpuke In oppusition tu tile small - eighteeii itical callers, Mr
ap f 'preparation and grief. groozii is twenty-seven. friends and 1)01
propriation t _ , to-morrow
for Clark's Spring, sayiII91 f,,-.-v.-ln,:1?the-r titne iioi, inclinLttion. to The iiiarriage was kept a strict se- leaves early
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that it was niereiy -11115 look iiito vallies. They eall'tlie neat- cret
IL %v it y. Mr. libst.11 st,011gly oplose it was 'mr
I I OY est tindertaker. They select as an c atIv6s knowing ttiat to take rt's speech.
pi-essloii of ti-toli, love ttie ti est caskc:t place' Aillolig those pi-esent at ttic
LL'ariiig down Seabrook NVai-eliotise, wittitti their iiieatis. At grc?
which. lias heretofore they pRi, $20 t persoiizil cliul,
sacrillee, Say, 0 for cli ivere 'Mr. and lvlrs. Yarde-Bi 1- IIIIR, wiliell I
ue a i,r, tile iattej- being oiie of =*Iiosc w 10 xx
producer for the city. ettsket tilat sliould cost but $50t r $6-1'
Oll the iiiial I (11 Titirlow Al. Ooodale, pres den of tI;c signed the regi-ste".
,all, when It eanje I
t'J It shol6v-down. Chie.Lgo Undertakers' Association, says
Llie oppositiuii collapse,j, sL ?ress
who the charge.pnlade,by Mr. lltii-zeii .11110 t ship -,,hich tile
In not baseci u on fa ts. .U,I',
BONDS OVERSUBSCRIBED """""""g con'"' finds therL, t he
favor, tlia oilly
Alessrs. Greeti, liubsuii, J,),Ilcll bel'ilig
fox, be a Id
CONSUL A SUICIDE
Lleters. Pananin [*at[ of 102.4368. tile functl
at nu Average
tli(,, Caiittdtaii border to tlle of
Allivrove Arnivr3' Aivnird. Sliort lu Ifix Accou.t., But the .%,nlounc WASITINGTON, L). C., Deceniber 7.- teiided frol
re to ti
Cortelyou to-day announce,l C"Lllf of Me
Award of tilt, contract for tilo Blues' 1. Not Made Pull Secretary
it that setv
Armory atid Market tiolise to ioill ST. LOMS. N10.,Deceritb r,?_Charle- ttiat the P'It
I T. foi- tlio reason tliitL as sooil as ttle niar
NN'ilsoil, Llic IUWLISL biddel., fol, EL IjoII_ Ekstromer, Swedhil vleO-cO III Jn SC sold at Lin average of 102-4368. The apart, and ta
at hIs 110111c I-Nvest a(,,cepted btd was at 102.2 7 7 S.
fli-oproof buildirig Louls cointilitte(I sulcide people tlle
aL $93,881-50, was to-day. Ile -wag sliort in III, accotliits There Nver 50 accelited bids, mitiountlng I,c,
approved. as iiittiingoi- Of tlle St. l'ollis oft'lee of t. $30,000,00o. .13ix hiiii(Ired ttnd 'i"V I
8 w Ls t respect to t.be onduct,
,NIL. AVilkiOll lVfl, alSO the lowest; bld. t II,! Ds"'fectant ae- enty-two bids were rejecte(l. at-nouiitiiig
specifleatiolls govertinlelit?" Ile '011drillod: "Wliy
for aii all-fire. "Or'lillg to a statement iiiade to-tilglit to $721.808,800. it that wliat Is dona at W119111119tOll
prmd buildIng, this hid being $116,5(0. I)y It, lll,)Ig t1le succossful bildei's were:
pany. The statenwnt by 'I'aiissig Ivas A
MI% L3"lcll 1-111110 I'll tillavaiiiiig figilt Illa(l, to a Fisk & nobiiisoti, New Yorls City, five (Continued ott S
LI, IIUVC, tlle contract fol, fit-c- Louis Republic, %vlio Interviewed 111111 bids. $2,000,000; Cliuse Natioiittl Banlc, correstiondent of the 8 I.
pruof cotisErLictiuil, %villf,11, %%,itll tlle fit iiin tioiiie In New York regarditig N,,%-,, York, three, bids, a inillioii dollurs
ai'cliltect's fe(os jjjj,I would c.N. tho,sillelde of the St. Louis i-epvesciit. eaell; tile National City 13ank, of NeN?
extra,, WE ?
uced tlio aplil-upriation (r ative of ttie firin. York, $10,212,760; Florida - Natlutiat by ,
'We are satisfied there.is a silortage," f3mik, jaeltsoliville, $100,060. at 102.55;
Aftet, aii (!.
xt,,I,dL,,d (le- SRiA Mr. Taussig, "but I do iiot care to Ileriliall 1,1yers, Sctvaiinati, Ga., $100,000, Fair and coldez'.
bute as LO 00.11leritS of fireproof iilid sal, liow large It is. Expert account- ixt 102.46.
Itoll-fireproof Colistructioll. t1k,1 Court- alits have booil going over tic books
ell voted to, liold tile coilinlittee NvILlifn In otir St. Loilis Ottice."
Meiiibers 0 ttlie Ekstroinel- foinily t.-,
tlio uriginul appropt-littlell, Ekstromer I
iiigiit donted that Ml'. lad
HiIsgh Sellool DW-axvlotI6 becit In RnN, tlnaiicial difficulty.
Discussion of 0- Switzerland. lias (Ite(I at Lugaito tit
iligli School Building k-muo ilp both ?Ijl
Vf,ports frotti tlio (_1ity ALLoi-tiey ajj?l MASKED ROBBERS
llollard,,to wliolli w,,s referred u for.
itier communication fruill 111spector tiold Up Clashler aud Son And Tbee
3eelt In regard to III(, challge of tild t the Bank.
cliaracter of tlit) lit'Ick woi-ic on t1j, PORTLAND, ORE., December 7.-Th-, The iniflaR convention of? The Times-Dispatch -C
1',clast, 81(in Baiik. at East Wo4lillIgton
iijterior e0lirt; fillcige(I to be at a j,p.
;I a stroat and Grand Avenue! wito robbod
ing to the contractoi; of al)otit
t to-iligilt by tlirce iiiasked iiieji of AssocktionwilD be heRd in t'-i
liousand br le kt;, trel)OM)d tillit a4 't
(11jestloll f ItLw, he .901loot Boul-Li '111 ? 16.51 0.
iiot hLtva authority to iiiitlco jurge 1111 0 residetit of the baiik, Ifeiir
December (mth and n oth. The, Govermor
t-hanges affactIng tile streng,'h, dura- )Nowliaff. ttnd Ills tion, Roger, N' I I'
jilat otolit tc) leave the baiilc tor bowe
bility ot, apt)"ttiallec, ol! it litillding jj#11ell two iiieti arlYied witil pistols o1r.:
Ille CUL11.01. A111101- I.-IlftlIKOH, llowovoi., tored, President Newhull at
plun. for NvIllell had 130(lit 1113prove(l I,y of
ici tilti 5ion
Nvlllvll vttitio (u liffilt I the collstrue.: were ordered to liold ull. tlioir liaticls.
wlitle tiiey Wore tilti-4 uticlei, tlio conw n 0
tioit, aiid wliteli liad itot baen foreseen,
cove I- oC olie ro
tile City Attorinny iliouglit. - iliulit be
left to the coiiiilifttee 41t. bei,kra )t1jer nittli crawled 1:11roUgli -the catili.
ettarge, As to - tht) su Ing ti
ttnti orgIvIed baok Into 010 rpyoll,
tractor, Ir. I !?? I ? I ?, - ??
A tlilid robbor-guardod'
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