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r II THE BUTTE DAILY POST
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SJ ANACONDA
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LOCAL BOYS ARE
.Liaconda Hockeyites Showing
Up Well at Big Tourney
at Rossland, B. C.
Anaconda, Feb. 8—The hockey team
which left Anaconda to represent thla
clty at the international games
at Rossland. B. C., is covering itself
with glory and Is wsll In line to take
some of the championships from the
northern country, according to tele
graphic dispatches received here dur
tng the afternoon. If they do Ana
çonda will give them a groat welcome
In keeping with their deserts.
Last night the Anaconda boys de
teated the team fron» Trail. H. C., by
the score of 7 to U. This indicates
that the local team stands very high
in comparison with the other teams
This afternoon Anaconda is meeting
the team from Spokane and is ex
pec ted to give a good account for the
home city Tonight the local boys will
hitch up with the team from Ross
land. B. C.
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AMAPPlKJnA □ Ql (TCO
AIM AUUIM UM DnlC.ro.
!
Tom Fleming received news today
of the death of his father at the age
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]
of 84 year* at Sydney, N S Canada.
Frank Anderson and Dick Walsh of
Butte are visiting friends in the city
today. j
Shumate razors at cost at Verbeck
moea, 208 East Park.—Adv.
Mrs. William Benntnger and Miss
Helen Parker have gone to Walker
V»'* Ontario. for » vl.lt to rMa.lv..
P J. Reardon shied his hat in the
ring yesterday for the democrat!«;
nomination as police magistrate.
VerberckmoAs. optician. 208 K Park.
Col. C. G. Betts of Spokane visited
yesterday with friends In A
trip from easter
onds
cltlse. j
Dr C rafft, osteopath Phone 62* bib.
Don't forest the Balers' tourna
ment dance at A. <> H hall tonight.
Rhovlin's orchestra.—Adv. |
hah
a 1er»* danc
Adv.
night at A.
BUTTE PLAYERS WILL
BE HERE SATURDAY
ida. Feb
-The Butte and
Ana*
on da ht£h
school
banket hall
t eu m
s will meet
at the
Daly tf.vmna
«tum
Saturday n
light in
what is ex
P#rt<
'«1 to b« one
of the
hardeat bat
tle.*
of tli« bask'
ptball ,
teaaoti. The
>rs are look«
«I U t nn
as favorites
while the local boys promise to con
test e\ery moment of the game.
M. P. MAHONEY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
113 Main Street, Anaconda.
OFFICE NEVER CLOSED
Beil Phone 39
B. A. & P. RY.
Time Table
TRAINS— litt
Leave Aaaeouda .49 :l 20 3 00 ft:ftft
Arrive Butte ....8:4# 11:2» 4 M 1:11
TRAIN*— t • ft f
Leave Butte ... 9:30 1:00 ft 00 11:3«
Ar Ana. <>nde 10:3a 2 00 6 00 13 19
Anaconda Coal Company
Telephone 2ft. • lift East Park Ave
Njw Is the time to fill your coal
bin. Ws have onlj the best grades.
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r
The Final Windup Sale
Of the Economy Store means at this time a clean
sweep of everything in the store—Nothing
saved—Nothing reserved. Stock and Fixtures
must be disposed of within fourteen days.
Sale Starts, Friday, February 9
I have made every effort to dispose of the stock
In bulk to a dealer but as the sacrifice would be
too great I have decided to sell out direct to the
public of Anaconda and vicinity and give them
the benefit of the extremely low prices by sell
ing accost and even less and at the same time
realiz; for myself more than the stock specula
tor would be willing to pay me. Don't miss this
sale if you value your dollar.
THE ECONOMY
I. M. CITRON—Proprietor.
406 East Park Avenue—Anaconda, Mont.
STRIKE NEAR
OVER
D IS MEE
T. Robbins of Butte and Arbi
tration Board Arranging
a Settlement.
Anacondu, Feb. 8.—Indications late
this afternoon are that the strike slt
uatlon which arose from a difference
between local unions as to Jurisdiction,
and which had threatened operations
at the Washoe smelters as well as
operations at the Butte mines and the
Great Falls smeltsrs, would be 9Sttled
amicably. A special committee rep
xu«enting the national organization of
the electrical workers and the local
union* is meeting with full powers to
effect a settlement.
j It was learned early today that Tom
Robbins of Butte, the business agent
' for the Electrical Workers In Sliver
Bow county, had been nominated by
! the International body to act for
them Mr. Robbins secured a commit
tee from the Electrical Workers, con
siting of George Hackstt. "Bonney"
Johnson and C. A. Droulette. This
committee Is meeting late this after
j noon with Mr Robbins and it Is under
stood that the meeting of the Electri
! cal Workers will ratify the finding of
the arbitration board It is expected
here that the difficulties betwe
unions over the question of jurisdic
tion will be settled tonight and that
alkout will be a thing
j The
] today i
inelters were running as
nd In fact smoother than
the strike
j of the past
terda'
i--
R ALPH HAYDEN GETS
the
SOUVENIR FROM FORCE
Anaconda. Feb. 8 —Ralph Hayden,
ho leaves soon to accept a position
* n the middle west, was presented yes
j terday by the force of the regrinding
*nd flututlon plants, «here he has been
superintendent, with « gold watch. |
Platinum fhnl" und Rnld pocket knife.
| wh "® Mre Hayden was presented with
tea service of solid silver, with
monogram engraved on each pie
E Wiggln, superintendent of the con
centrator. made the presentation Mr
Hayden Is to bo succeeded here bv
. B!,ynrd « y° now ' u w r ho had bon ,
foreman at the smelter.
BENEFIT OF BOWLERS
id bull
hall
Anaconda. Fob 8. -The seer
of the Anaconda bowl era will 1
this evening «t the A. O. 1
There will be no "spares" and every
dance will be a "strike" to the music
furnished by Shovlin's orchestra. All
the alleys of the city will be dark, for
everyone who ever rolled a ball Is
expected to be on the A. O. H. alley
tor the benefit of the state tourna
ment, one of the coming events of
early spring.
Whereas The Mill and Smelter
men's union has shown at any and all
times its willingness to refer any
points raised with reference to Juris
diction to the international organiza
tion* at Interest and to the American
**''*[* I
to
Federation of Labor, if necessary to ,
adjust such differences; and.
j
Whereas, Pome local unions ignore j
this policy completely thereby directly j
a
I organisations af- |
lng tho internati
filiated with the American Federation
of f»abor: therefore he It
Resolved. That the Anaconda Mill
and Smeltermen's union. In special
session assembled, endorses the ac
tion our officers have taken In this
matter in the effort to protect our
local; and be It further
Resolved. That we pledge our sup
port to oontlnue the polloy they have
already assumed.
P. F. O'DONNELL,
THOMAS TOWHY.
J B RANKIN.—Adv.
TOLD JUROR NOT
TO TALK TO HIM
Galen Testifies He Warned
Warner to Beware of
Improprieties.
Helena. Feb. 8.—Albert J. Galen, tes
tifying in his own behalf today in the
federal court in contempt proceedings
based on u charge of talking to a Juror
in the Northwestern Trustee case dur
ing the trial here last month, declared
that he had not only avoided con
versing with Juror W. B. Warner wheu
the latter approached him in the
Placer hotel during the trial, but had
warned Warner not to converse with
either himself or any of Hie defend
ants in the case. Mr. Galen declared
that his warning to Warner had so im
pressed that the latter tliut when he
met the juror on the street the next
day the latter complained that he could
hardly sleep that uight because of the
calling down he got from the attorney,
and that he should have known better.
Mr. Galen's testimony consumed a
greater part of the morning session of
court. He told of Warner approaching
hhn while he was talking to Frank C.
Walker and A. M. Alderson, one of the
defendants then ou lriAl, umi he testi
fied that when Warner smd something
to Alderson about a railroad bill he
wanted presented to the legislature, ho
told him not to converse with Alder
sou. He suid Warner had asked biiu
if he knew of any ineniber of the legis
lature who was a railroad mail, and
that he had suggested Representative
Charles Searles of Mineral county.
The matter, he said, rested there, and
then on the following day Warner re
ferred to it when he met him by say
ing he could not sleep because of the
calling down he had received.
Mr. Galen denied that he had ever
whispered to Warner or that Warner
?ih< 1 whispered to him during progress
of the trial. Joe Klrschwing testified
erda> he had observed Warner and
Galen whispering to each other and
(hat they had conversed in the hall of
the federal building during a recess.
C. Hae. one of the Trustee case
defendants, told of walking by the
federal building two or three times
th Mr. Kelly and Ed I.a mb. attorneys
for the defense, on the night the jury
was out to determine whether or not
the Jurors were still deliberating or
had retired.
It Is believed that the taking of tes
timony in the contempt proceedings
will ho concluded this afternoon.
ROTARY CLUB CONSIDERS
TUE CITVMUGEH PUN
The Proposed Bill Calls for a
Council of Five or More
Citizens.
Anaconda. Feb. 8.—A movement by
several of the Montana cities for a
city manager form of government ha*
been proposed by citizens of the state
and has been pluced before the state
legislature for consideration. The
l^ewlstown Chamber of Commerce has
endorsed the measure and It was con
sidered yesterday by the Anaconda
Rotary club.
The proposed bill calls for a coun
cil of five or more citizens, according
to the population. Cities undar 10,000
shall have five members in the coun
cil; cities of more than 10,000 and
under 2S.000, seven council members;
more than 25.000, nine council mem
bers. The tenure of the council mem
bers shall be four years. The council
shall have the same powers ls ordin
arily exercised by the presbnt munici
palities. Provision is made for the
ordinary and necessary city officers
^ho
manager,
oouncil shall appoint a city
shall hold office at the
l*K®a«ur® *he council. His duties
a ^ n to those of the mayor of
a city. The council shall fix the sal
| ar >' of the city manager.
WILL REORGANIZE*
LO CAL B OY SCOUTS
Anaconda. Feb 8.—The Boy Scouts
of America will be reorganized In Ana
conda at a meeting which will be an
nounced on Sunday Rev. R. A. Cam
eron, D. R. MtcRae, J B. Johnson and
Mrs Baxter are leading the movement
to reorganize the Anaconda troop
which disbanded a year ago All boys
of 12 years of age and over are
eligible
ATTENTION, KLKSt
Regular meeting of Anaconda
lodge. No. 239, B. P O. K. tonight
at s 30 O F. NOSBELL, E R
F H. CLINTON, Secretary—Adv.
JOSEPH S^OANJ FUNERAL.
Anaconda. Feb. 8.—The funeral of
.Joseph SecanJ was held this afternoon
wan a profusion of flowers. Tin
pallbearers were chosen from two org
anizations Those representing the
bartenders were John Pfeiffer. Thom
, as L Cullen and Joseph UJcich, and
; those representing the St. Joseph so
ciety were Tony Mamclch. John I-esh
:and George Kovcich.
CASE IS CONTINUED.
Th* ejuw of Anton« Ambro«* and Martin
brau. char««d with breaking th« aaioon
ordinance at their plae« of buainca« on Talbot
avenu«, was continued thU morning until Feb.
15 by Justice >•( the Peace Joseph Mitchell.
! now holdinit hie coert in th« Braund house.
YUM, YUM!
Whether it be a squab, a chicken, a
j c «pou, a turkey or a gooee, we want tt
j p' mp But what we started to say
that Stout Bird Uree In Louis
8.
the
not
of
Vi
Ky.
FREE!
I'se Riddell's Home Painter?.
Service Department.
RIDDELL'S
131 W. PARK ST.
a
tt
hie; mi
THE UPPER HOUSE
Committee Brings in Two
Reports on Healy
Measure.
(Continued from Peg« On,.)
bill to repeal tho law permitting tho
use of voting machines
Bills advanced in the senate on fa
vorable committee reports were: 8.
134. providing for the reservation of all
mineral rights to the state; 8. B. 116,
relating to the application for farm
loans; S. R 66. to provide expenses
for the land office; S. B. 9. amending
the state loaif law: S. B. 106, fpr
grain laboratory at Bozeman; S.
108, amending the law in respect to
the creation of irrigation districts;
8. B. 120, amending the law relating
to dams and reservoirs; 8. B. 67, mak
ing the state engineer state geologist;
8. B. 61, regulating the sale and man
ufacture of explosives; 8. B. 32. regu
lating the casing of oil and gas wells;
H. B. 72. prohibiting the driving of
spikes in saw logs; H. B. 87. to pro
vide for an additional Judge for the
Tenth Judicial district.
New Bills.
The following hill, were Introduced:
9. B. 14». by the fish and game com
mittee—A substitute (or 9. B. 125 and
8. B. 100 on fish and game.
R B. 143, by Roberts Providing for
normal and Junior courses in high
schools.
S. B. 144, by Roberts Establishing
teachers' training courses In accredited
high schools.
8. R 145, by Brower—Prohibiting the
adulteration of white lead and paint.
S. B. 14«. by Lane—Amending the
political code
S. B. 14 7. by Williams and Gnose -
Permitting counties to change their
names.
S. B. 148, by Edwards- Requiring the
attorney general to designate a deputy
for certain duties
8 B. 149, by Morris—Amending the
law relating to the Northern Montana
Agricultural school
150, by Kinney—Amending the
law relating to unfair competition.
8. B. 151, by Willett—A constitu
tional amendment looking to the hold
ing of bifurcated sessions of the leg
islature.
As to Mine Taxes.
No report was offered in either
house or senate during the morning by
the special committee tt* which bad
left the Inquiry Into the tEtxes on
mines and certain other classes of
property. Senator Kane, chairman of
the senate committee, told a freind to
day that the committee's report had
not been completed. It was under
tood that the report might be ready
ate this afternoon if not, tt probably
will be presented in the senate tomor
w. About A he same situation phe
Hed in the house The committee
of that body. It was understood, was
ndt ready to report, although It might
have Its report completed late this
afternoon or tomorrow. There Is
some difference of opinion among these
committeemen.as to tho recommenda
tions to be made and It is certain that
the reports, whatever their nature, will
cause considerable debate.
William J. Cutts performed the
duties of a member of the house today
like a veteran. Late yesterday after
noon, as related in these dispatches,
his appointment was confirmed by the
house He was seated only after a
protest from Higgins, who felt that the
governor was without authority in fill
ing a vacancy in that way. For the
most part the republicans voted
against the seating of Mr. Cutts, while
most of the democrats were for him.
As far as the house Is concerned tho
Incident is considered closed.
Bill Held Up.
Lemmon asked that H. B. 199, relat
ing to the operation of electrical con
struction. he taken from general orders
and referred to a committee, bo that
employers would have an opportunity
to examine It Higgins, author of tho
bill, said the employas had already had
time to look over the measure. Lem
mon declared the employers hadn't
and in the end Higgins consented to
bold up the bill for two days to per
mit Its further examination by those
interested
Eliel of Beaverhead gave notice of
a bill repealing the primary law to be
submitted to a vote In 1918. Other
bills ln pr »peut are:
By Eaton— Changing the name of
rural school inspectors to rural school
supervisors.
By Beiden —A teachers' retiring act.
By Eaton—A Mil to take advantage
of the federal law promoting voca
tional training.
By Dodd—Creating the office of
county game commissioner and pro
viding a county hunting license
By Eaton—Abolishing the state dairy
commission.
By McMillan—Creating the county
of Rlv«
county.
By Davt
«enger tr
trains
New bilk
IOW8
H. R
>ut of a part of Sheridan
—Fixing the rate for pas
i •. spoliation
New Bille.
were Introduced as fot
2^3, by Herbert, Holt, Mason
and Whits—A farm loan law
H B 244 hy ths Judiciary commit
t** — Amsn.llng the law In regard to
th. admission of attorneys to the liar
end their disbarment.
H R hy Burnsworth—Fixing the
houndsrlss of Rmiïhud and Yellow,
stone counties.
H. B. 26«, by Farmer—To license
picture shows In towns of L!#0 or less.
*1. B. 251, by Btimpert—A constitu
tional amendment In relation to coun
ty commissioners.
H B 248, by Prosier—Concerning
the licensing of pedlera.
H. B. 288, by Prosser—Concerning
the licensing of Peddlorg.
H. B. 270, by Anderson—Providing
for threshermen'g lient.
H. B. 271, hy Holt—Relating to un
1 (air competition.
railroad i
You can safely drink
Benetol for destroy
ing Disease Germs
that can be reached
internally.
Drink it for stomach disor
ders, gargle with It for throat
trouble and as a mouth wash
and you will be safe from
dangers of disease germs.
Always Follow
Directions
In booklet packed in all
Red Cartons.
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UTTItUaiMUl I
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Try This Treatment and Recommend It to Others
Special Directions
—FOR THE—
Benetol Treatment
At a means of effecting a permanent and positive reco very from indigestion, gaa op
troubles, gastritis, catarrh of the atomach, ulcerated at omach, stomach sorg throat,
biliousness, ptomaine poisoning and all similar ailments.
grip.
« h, lower bo*
For Stomach or Bowel Troubles, take 5 drops in %
glass of hot water, in the morning upon first arising.
Same after breakfast, dinner (or lunch) and after
supper and again at bedtime. This should be gradu
ally Increased from 10 to 20 drops per time.
For Grip, Sore Throat, Tonsilitia, Hoarseness, Etc.,
make n Benetol solution by adding 20 drops of Bene
tol to a glass of hot water. Keep this at hand and
gargle frequently, swallowing a little each time, but
prepared fresh each day. For severe cases spray with
a solution of a tcaspoonful of Benetol to a glass of
hot water, or -touch the sorest spots with pure Bene
tol applied by twisting a little absorbent cotton on the
end of a small stick or pencil.
For Ptomaine Poisoning-—take teaspoonful of Bene
tol in glass of hot water. If vomiting occurs, repeat
the dose until retained by the stomach. Take thor
ough cathartic and if violent send for a physician.
After pain ceases, continue with 10 drops of Benetol
to n glass of hot water five times daily and keep
bowels open with any good cathartic.
( BenetoI Sold by All Good Druggists, 1
As Follows t
1-ot. Bottle« In Red Carton, at....................25c
S-o<. Bottles In Red Cartons at....................50c
6H-OI. Bottles In Red Cartons at.................tl.00
15-01. Bottles In Red Cartons at............\..... »2.00
Always insist that your druggist supply yon with
Benetol In the original Red Cartons.
Notei Benetol is not a cathartic If vou h«v
depending upon pills or any form of pui-^, Hu
be necessary for yon to continue with s„ lm . f„ rni
cathartic for a short while until Ilt-intol ran *
chance to right the wrong you have Urn ,|„ „
self. After u short while you will mit requin <n J
more false stimulnnts for the bowels n
(We would suggest the use of rarbonatrd citrate,
magnesia as a temporary cathartic during the fej
days required for Benetol to show definite results
Benetol Is a wonderful stimulant to nil the nrgaij
of digestion and may he used id in. and all tin m
with never falling delightful results Alter sou f
that a few weeks of the Benetol Treatment ha« ,(]
feeted a cure of your troubles, it will I». an carelleal
practice for you to continue taking 12 to It drt$t J
a glass of hot water every morning This will kre|
your entire system anllsepticalls clean and furtifid
against germ diseases.
CAUTION
Do not accept Benetol from any Druggi«! In and
other way than In the Original l(ed ( VKTOV. SonJ
Druggists will attempt to dispen^» Benetol out ol
large bottles. You ahould ref uho it. There is no idj
vantage for you In accepting such. because you do no!
get the directions which are parked in all Origiiu
Carton«. Benetol without direct ions is like a
without a rudder.
For any desired information regarding Benetol prepar attona, address
THE BENETOL COMPANY—Benetol Building—MINNEAPOLIS MINXf
ILL HAVE REGISTERS
One Woman Fined—Other Ar
rests to Be Made Upon
Violations.
Because of the report that former
Inmates of the relight district are In
vading downtown rooming houses the
police have inaugurated a campaign
against all hotel or lodging house
keepers who fall to keep a register of
their guests. The keeping of a reg
ister U regarded as a precautionary
measure. Mrs. A. E. Pelger of 112
East Broadway was the first to ap
pear in police court. According to the
information given by the police. Mrs.
Pelger fulled to keep a register. She
was fined $10. There was no insin
uation whatever that Mrs. Pelger is
harboring women who formerly re
sided In the redllght district or that
any disorderly person consorted in
her house.
A warning was issued by Chief
Murphy that a rigid inspection will
he made of all rooming houses. Ar
rests will be made wherever the law
is found to be violated.
STITE REGULATION OF
S OCHI EVIL PROPER
Municipal League Not in Favor
of Changing the Pres
ent System.
Helena, Feb. 8 — I.oca1 regulation of
the social evil through legislative
enactment was not endorsed by the
i Montau » Municipal league, the state
organisation of City officer», at Its
preliminary meeting here today. Those
In attendance voiced the opinion at
the mottling session that the question
is one that should he handled by the
state Officers, as It Is at present.
They gave little heed to the measure
proposed for enactment which would
leave abolition of restricted districts
to the discretion of local officers. But
a brief session was held this morning
and adjournment wae taken to await
arrival of more members of the league
on afternoon trains.
The meeting, called by R. R. Purcell,
mayor of Helena, to discuss legislative
needs, will fyke up the question of
urging hill* giving cities the right to
regulate auto traffic; extending the
limit of Indebtedness cities may to
cur so as to Include purchase of poTV
er and heating plants; amending the
compensation act so as to give cities
the option of electing classification
•nd giving municipalities the power
to regulate their own water service
»'HISS.
MADE BY POLICE
One Man Arrested Who Bought
Jewelry From a Girl
9 Years Old.
A vigorouH campaign against pawn
broker«, which resulted in the arrest
of one man yesterday who bought a
watch from u seven-year-old boy, con
tinued through today, and Dave Ny
man was arrested at noon charged
with buying jewelry frem & nine-year
old girl. He will appeaf In police
court tomorrow morning.
"Butte seems to bs suffering from
an epidemio of robber lee bj young
boys and girls," said Detective Joe
Williams, who arrested Nyman. "We
are now making a cleanup of pawn
brokers and several other arrests may
be made during ths day."
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
BUTTE DAILY POST
W. A. CLARK 3. ROSS CLARK
W.A.CLARK& BRO.
Bankers
Established 1877
ALEX J. JOHNSTON........Cashl.r
J. K. HESLET.....Assistant Cashier
Transacts a General Banking
Business. Accounts of Bsnks,
Corporations and Firms Will
Receive Best Terms Consistes!
With Good Banking Methods.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits
Boxes in Safety Deposit Vault
Daly Bank and Trust
Company
—OP BUTTB—
(Established IBM)
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS...1400,000
DIRECTORS!
Charles J. Kelly, John D. Ryan.
Marcus Daly. C. C. SwInborn«,
R. A. Kunkel.
OFFICERS.
CHARLES J. KELLY......President
John D. Ryan........Vies President
C C. S WIN BORNE..........Cashier
R. 4. KUNKEL ____Assistant Cashier
R. W- PLACE.....Assistant Cashier
Interest P^id on Time Deposit*
Attention, Worben!
The hard worker —wom
or man— is invited to n
come acquainted with a
We seek to number anu>8
our customers those wj
earn their daily bread by S
sweat of their brow
You are toiling and
ing for your money— a got.
idea —In fact the best id
is to deposit it in thi» c .
sistent banking institution I
that you may accumulate!
substantial 6um, which ca
be Invested in the future I
Pay us a visit today
Four Per Cent Paid <*]
Savings and Certificat«* S
Deposit
YEGEN BROS. BA
BUTTE. MONT.
Capital $100,000.00
Establish'.'. 1877.
First National Bau
of Butte
UNITED STATES DEr 2«w?SS
Capital and Surplus
ANDREW J. DAVIS...
B. B. WEIRICK......Vies
J. S. DUTTON........
J. E. STEPHENSON... A»«*
GEO. U. HILL.........Asst
Travelers' Checks^
Foreign Exchange J
MINERS SAVINGS
AND TROST ÇR
DIRBCTORB.
X J. Fsnto*
W W. **'
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K'lepsr
David J. Charles
David Mauls
W. O. Bawdsn
W. L. Renlck
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Four Psr
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