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A Now Book Creating
Widespread Interact
By CvirrrrrA W ArDI1N
President General of the InterrnUonal
SuushLuc Society
This new book is being circulated
k widely throughout the country by The
National Home Products League an
organization for the promotion of the
welfare of the home advancing plans
and ideas whereby women may earn in
the home without seeking employment
in mills factories stores or shops
The purpose of the book is to fnmiliar
lIt women with such methods as they
we now using to earn 1 livelihood It in
c creating widespread interest in the entire
Mrs Alden tells women how to earn
Doney in womanly ways One is struck
by the number of original and novel
occupations mentioned Its value in
every home from Maine to Oregon will
be mono tlinu transient It is breezy and
inspires confidence and women will find
it a comfort to have in the home There
is hardly a woman who may not some
day be called upon to earn and this book
may save many an anxious hour
The general purpose of the League is
to assist in home earning of women and
to spread the organization over the
entire country and whereever women
may be found who have a desire to earn
by home work providing her work can
b earned on according to fired stand
orda required by Uie League The League
then through its selling organization
will market her products
The first efforts of this organization is
to deal with home manufacture of goods
which can be sold by the maker in her
own locality without the aid of the
idling organization of the League Later
the manufacture of articles in the home
to be sold widely through the League
is to be taken up
Those who are interested in earning
and wish to consider the making and
selling in their own locality articles of
home manufacture will receive lull
information by writing to The National
Home Products League 21 Park Row
New York City
If the book II Womens Wnya of
Earning Money ii of interest the cloth
edition may be secured by mailing JlCO
to the League
Chicago March 3aTradlng In
wheat was only modcratedly active
The bulk of the trading was In the
f September option which showed a
range of Jc Other options moved
ovor a range of half a cent to CSiQ >
34c The market opened firm with
L prices up 1SiIl4 to 467S tilt bulge
being due chiefly to the absence of
any great amount of rain In Kansas
Desplto the official prediction of gen
eral rains for the winter wheat belt
3 Sept opened at 105 18 to 105 1S and
July at 10S 1S to 108 TS
The close was firm with Stpt at
105 38 < 3 > l2 and July at 103 3S
r Corn was firm at tho start although
fr light offerings from the country also
exerted a bullish effect Although de
mand fur cash corn was rather poor
1 prices wero steady to half cent high
1 er May sold between C2 78 and G3M
5S and cloned at f2 78G3 I
Oat wcro Inclined to be weal Re
ports of early seeding had a bearish
offcct on tho market The close was
J weak with prices a sluido to 3Sl2c
below yesterday
Provisions closed weak at declines
of 10 to 30c
Why Pile Sufferers So Often Fail
To Get Relief
Science Is getting to the bottom of I
everything Including the cause and
euro of plies The brightest doctors I
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ternal trwUmcnt DrI S Loon
hardt Homo tlmo ago perfected a rom
ody In tablet form llemRold which
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BadconB Pharmacy Ogden Utah under
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c t
i EddJo Smith tho wellknown Oak
Cal sport writer who refereed
the NorvcllThompson tight gave the
JJiitto boy a great boost for his show
hug against the veteran lighter BorG
Is what he has to say about the con
Seldom does a fighter become as
popular In defeat as did Charlie Nor
Yell when be WB ruled against In
tho Cyclone Johnnie Thomoson main
event scrap at the West Oakland club
and seldom tlocs one deserve tho
pralso that this youngster does 1I3t
evening hc was to make his fIrst start
In roal fast company nnd had boon
matched with one of tho hardest men
In the business for a novice to tackle
When tho hell for the first round rang
Thompton started right In to finish his
younger opponent and before tho con
test had gone two minutes he had
landocl a stinging blow to tho head
of None that brought him to his
knees Just tho moment that Xorrell
reached his feet the Cyclone was on
tho job and Norvoll was compelled
to run like a scared deer to save
Again In tho third and fourth rounds
Norvell received a beating that few
young fellows would take without be
coming discouraged but he fought on
as best he could and weathered tho
bail opclls by running In the fifth
round Norvcll camo back and made a
good showing by using a right upper
cut as rhompson rushed In and for
th first time during the contest ho
discovered that he could hold Thomp
son away with his long left arm The
unexpected stand taken by Norvell
Just at that lime when half the pea
plo in the houso wero figuring on
his chances for lasting another round
brought the spectators to their feet
and the game young fellow was given
cheer after cheer by the fans who
nrc always with the fellow who Is los
Norvell Improves
From then on Norvell showed bettor
and as the contest went on he took
on more confidonce By the tlmo the
ast round had been reached the young
fellow had discovered a way to aold
the bard rushes of the more expcr
cnccd fighter and as tho bell rang
for the end of the contest Xorvcll was
fighting the Civclono with despera
tion seldom soon In the ring Time
after time the spectators wore brought
to their feet and cheered tho young
fellow however when there was lit
tle occasion for it for many a punch
that tho crowd thought Norvell land
ed on Thompson was cleverly blocked
jy tho old fox
The showing mado by Xorvcll In
coming back and lighting the way hc
did after the walloping ho received
in tho first few rounds of the contest
should bring him great praiso and
ionize him a greater card than he ever
was before It was the first time that
he fans of this section of the state
have had a chance to sec Thompson
in action when ho was at his best
and last night he set a pace that few
fighters In the business would be able
to keep up with
Thornen met at catch weights and
both entered the ring at their best
NorVell weighing 144 pounds and
Thompson Wl pounds Many of the
fans at the ring duo were of the
opinion that Thompson was the hear
her of the two men but judging by
the weight given out by the fighters
the eye must have deceived them The
contest on a whole was a very good
one and tho showing made by Xorvcll
leased the fans to the extent that
hey yelled Draw for him all
through the last round when their
hotter Judgment could hardly help
telling them that tho youngster could
expect nothing of the kind
No fighter ever tried harder to get
that draw however and several times
during the last threo minutes of the
fighting Norvell rocked tho head of
the farmer pugilist with stinging
nineties Thompson at catch weights
Is a demon that few men of his weight
can expect to hold off and If lie Is
allowed his strength when entering
the ring there arc few men who have
any business In tho ring with him
San FrannlGco March 30Wlth
ill six teams of tho league strength
ened by now players and with the en
thusiasm of the players and fans allko
vnrlccd up to a high pitch tho 1910
season of the Pacific Coast Baseball
league opened today with games at
Sacramento Los Angeles and in this
city Portland and San Francisco
aced each other In this city Oakland
played at Sacramento and Vornon at
Lot Angeles
Los Angeles Calif March 30Pla
Ing errorless baseball before tho larg
est crowd that ever witnessed the
opening of a baseball season in this
city Los Angeles defeated Vernon to
lay by a score of 1 to 0 Mayor Alex
ander of Los Angeles pitched the first
ball and Mayor Furlong of Vornon
scorning to use either mask or glove
vent behind tho batter and attempted
Lo catch It A grand parade In auto
mobiles in which many of the most
iromlnent citizens of southern Call
ornla participated proceeded tho
game Scoro R H E
Vernon 0 3 4
Los AngelcH 1 3 0
Battorloa Hltt and Hogan Naglo
and Smith
Sacramento March 30 Score
Sacramento 18 II 6
Oakland 2 1 8
Hunt and LaLongo Monhor Frelch
Christian and Splceman
San FrauciBco March 30 Score
Portland 0 4 1
San Francisco 4 7 0
Garrett and Floher Henley and
Salt Lako City Utah March 30
The stealng of six basen by tho vial
LI l =
tors was tho only feature of a game
r hero today In which the White Sox
No 2 defeated a picked nine Score
Whlto Sox 8 9 1
Salt Lake 0 8 C
Young WhIte and Ryan Payne
JIummol Hcussfcr Price Papworth
and Good
For the second time out of a total
of three games played the Madison
bull dogs yesterday administered
defeat to tho Tlgors of the sub high
school b ya score of IS to 1C Fast
work on both aides mado the game
Interesting This concluded the gamos
between the Madison and sub high
schools for this year
Chicago March 3INewG to the of
feet that Sam Lungford may bo ono of
tho Jim Jeffries iparty when tho big
white man starts training for his bat
tlo with Jack Johnson on July 4 was
received with no surprise at all by tho
Johnson party on the South Side
Manager George Little of the black
champions camp laughed when ho
heard tho nows
That was all cooked up In Pitts
burg no so very long ago ho Bald
uJt came about because Bob Arm
strong tho big colored fighter who
has been with Jeffries for some time
IB a great friend or angford and In
duced the little black to come through
with a proposition to help Jeffries
They all hate Johnson because of his
success In the ring and now that he
is on top they arc trying their best
to down him It all goes to show that
what Jack said about the black men
beIng disloyal IB true
But wo arc not worrying about
that Ton know that when tho fight
era got Into tho ring Jeffries will have
to do his own fighting He can only
fight ono way no matter what Lang
ford and Armstrong and Corbett and
all tho rest of them try to tell him
III his training quarters Wo know
what that way Is and have schemed
for months to beat Il Watch us do
Little further said that all Johnson
needed was ono good man In his train
ing camp and In lilt corner tho day of
tho fight Ho expects soon to close
for that man In Tommy Ryan the
Benton Harbor fruit farmer
Now York March 30That Jamea
R Koeno hag planned an extensive
campaign for bin stable horses now
In training at Shcopshoad Bay was
made known today by his lavish en
tries to tho Saratoga stakes which
closed on Monday night
Mr Keene Is the largest nominator
in the stakes and his forfeits alone
would amount to thousands of dollars
Ho has named twelve two year olds
in each of four stakes and has made
nominations to every one of the Sar
toga offerings
Although many turfmon in tho
south and west remain to be heard
from tho 21 stakes to be run at Sara
toga this summer havo thus far re
ceived a total of 1114 entrIes an av
erage of 47
Oakland Cal March 30AB a re
sult of a decision rendered by the
supremo court yesterday upholding
the right of a stakeholder in connec
tion with oral betting money was
passed freely In making wagers at
Emeryville today
Orbicular gained an easy victory In
the Livermore handicap tho feature
of tho card i
Milt Jones beat Aldrlan through a
poor rldo on the part of Gross H G
Bcdwell ships part of his stable to
New York tonight The remainder
leaves tomorrow Summary
First race six furlongs selling
Lady Rennssaclor 9 to J won Bu I
colic 3 to 1 second Sir Darn 15 to
1 third Time 115 25
Second race three and a half fur
longs purse Milt Jones 10 to 1
won Aldrlan 8 to 6 second Bon
Ann C to 1 third Time 42
Third race six furlongsSIr VIc
euco 7 to 1 won Mnrse Abc 7 to 5
second Lena Lech 18 to 5 third
Time 11C
Fourth race mile and an eighth
Orbicular 13 to 20 won Colonel
Jack 30 to 1 second Whidden 9 to
1 third fJffit 1E4 45
Fifth race mile Trernargo I to 1
won Don ISnrlquo 7 to 0 second
Frxnch Cook 7 to 1 third Tlmo
Sixth race futurity course selling
Kid North 1C to 15 won Miss Pic
nic 1C to 5 second Lord Clinton 15
to 1 third Time 111 45
Jacksonville FIn March 30rhe
amateur selling slake socond only to
tho derby on tho stake roster of
Moncrlof Park was productive of an
excellent race Summaries
First 5 furlongs Flying Squirrel
won Miss Loris second Autumn Rose
third Time i00 15
Second raco 4 furlongs Bodega
won Supple second Louis Katz
third Time 49 15
Third race six furlongs El Ore
When Rubbers Become Necessary
and joor BUMS pinch Mvito Into your hoes MIen
FootEatc tho anUXptic powder for tho feeL It
cures pilotal swollen emnrllnR sweating feistand
Ult tho iting out of corns anti bunloa Jonttho
thlog ror lIteotlO1thcr hocj dftnclDR iartlc and
for IreftUng In N 5iYJo3d jnr people cipnoi
wtar hen stockings cotafortAbly without itialt
> iu uv ij
Ing AJ1Jn FootRuo Into tijo tb < K L iold OTcrr
xtcre25cS4mj > lo RR AldrS4 Allt 8
Olmud La UoiNL Dan t acept ens llLbtPotc
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Ywon Splendid second Mary Hue
i third Time 1 13 2 u
Fourth race mile And 70 YRr
Amatoll Gollln slakes for gentle
Jilin rldlrllIllo Grande won Elhol
second Pocoinofco tiird Time 14
J5 Bthon nnd Pocoirtoko couplet as
Hewitt entry
l3Plnto Con
IIrlou won
Fifth 7
Spanlfth Prince
solo second
Tlmo 1 27 1o
Sixth mile and a sixth Yuma won
Golcomin second KlfUl third Tlmo
147 25
Oakland Cal March aOThc
Church Federation of this district be
gun today a fight against the holding
of the JohnponJoffrlcs fight at Emory
vllle July Hh by Instructing counsel
to take local stops to prevent tho con
test After a conference with District At
tornev C G Waite attorney for tho
churchmen ho announced that ho
would Institute immediately proceed
ings calculated to prevent tho fight
El Paso March Notwithstand
ing tho cold wlud a largo crowd wit
nessed the game between tho Chicago
White Sox and the EI Paso team to
day score R H K I
Chicago I 6 3
El Paso 1 5 2
Smith and Black Scott Wyllc and
Honor thy father
and thy mother a
lesson to young and
old The Fifth Com
mandment at the I
By w A Beard in
The Great Vest
The relative merits of sugar mad
from beets and that mad from cane
have been a subject discussion ever
since boot sugar became an Important
factor In the market In the early
duys of tho beet sugar Industry It was
maintained by the cano sugar people
that the product was dllflavorcil Ill
looking and Inferior Co a greater or
less degree This Idea has been hand
ed down to the present time and Is
believed by many notwithstanding the
fact that twothlrdc of the worlds
sugar supply Is made from beets Tho
prejudice IB Quite prevalent among
housekeepers canners confectioners
and other users of sugar It Is urged
against tho beet product that It Is
coarser that It Is loss sweet and
that It cannot bo safely used In can
ning fruit All of which Is untrue and
In no manner justified by the facts
Beet sugar can be made and Is made
In the great sugar manufacturing
plants as white and as pure from a
technical standpoint as sugar mado
from cane The product of these fac
tories analyzes as close to 100 per
cent pure as docs tho product of the
cane sugar factories
This prejudice against beet sugar
exists In California as well as else
where Beet sugar Is an Important
product of this state and the prevail
ing impression that It cannot be safe
ly used for various commercial pur
iposos has been a serious drawback to
the local marketing of the local crop
Same years ago the University of Cali
fornia became Interested In tho mat I
ter as one of statewide Importance
and undertook a series of Investiga
tions and experiments with a view to I
determining by actual tot whether
or not any actual basis existed for
the prejudice in favor of the Import
Oil sugar Those tests wore made un
der tile direction of Professor Goo
Vir Shaw of the University Of Califor
nia staff and tho results arc sot forth
lu circular number thirtythree Issued
In August 1007
The circular tells In detail of ex
poilmcnts in canning cherries apri
cots plums peaches and pears with
both cane and beet sugar undor con
ditions us near to exactly alike as It
was possible to attain Cane sugar
for the purpose was secured at the
ypstorn Sugar refinery at San Fran
cinco and tested 09 710 pure The
beet sugar was made from boots
Grown at Oxnard Cal and analyslH
showed It to be DO 810 pure Both
sugars had been blued with 111
tramarlno after the common practice
of sugar manufacturing and were
therefore not different from tho sug
ars ordinarily found on the market
The fruits above named wero can
ned with these sugarH both in com
mercial canneries and by tho ordinary
homo methods Varying quantities
of the sugar wore used ranging from
i ten per cent to a fiftyfive per cent
The several kinds of fruit were
placed In cases In the ordinary way
and stored In a rather unfavorable lo
cation for a period of two years cans
of enhe variety being opened from
tlmo ty time to observe the change
If any Of tho 2000 cans which were
thus treated only six cans from the
beet sugar lot and seven cans from
the cane sugar lot spoiled during the
two years and theso wero evidently
due to imperfect scaling of cans tiina
showing the utter lack of foundation
for the Idea that fruits do not keep
well when preserved with beet sugar I
and that such sugar does not work
well In the cannery
In the household trials both apricots
and peaches were canned In a forty
Ior cent nyrup fifty cans In each lot
the ordinary Mason jars being used as
containers In each case Prom these
t =
not a single can spoiled during the
tt 0I ca I period
In the Jelly tilals apples and cur
rnnte wcr used as tho basis equal
quantities of j0o and sugar bolnc
used and the mixture boiled until
tlio right conslRtcncy to Jell The pro
iiucl In each case was as clear as It
IB powlblo for Jolly 10 bo and not tho
slightest difficulty was experienced
In tho making of It
In tho making of tho syrup some
difference wns nolcd In the action of
the different grades of Hiigar The
beet sugar caused more froth in the
making of syrup but further Investi
gation led to the conclusion that thl
uns duo to tho fact that tho granula
tion of tho beet nugar was
much finer than that of the cano
therefore causing more air to bo
conic entangled during the stirring
titan In tho case Of the sugar from I
cane This was shown by the use of
cane sugar of about the fame granu
lation In another batch of syrup In
which case the same frothing occur
red as with the beet product This
has been noted In other Instances
and canners are wont to count this
against the boot sugar but it Is onlj
the result of not comparing sugar of
the same granulation This difference
In tho action duo to difference arising
during tho making of tho syrup
This Is not on essential difference be
tween these sugars Uowover as the
character of the granulation Is entire
ly dopendent upon Ine wish of the
manufacturer the methods of boiling
and granulation being the name In
both cases The sugar ordinarily used
by the cannorp Is known ai dry
coarse granulated grade which
Is not commonly made by tho boot
sugar manufacturers because there
has not yet beon the oemand sufficient
to warrant Its production but It
could be made by them us readily as
tho ordinary granulation
It would be well If tho people of
tho west would eliminate from their
mlmln this prejudice against boot su
gar Tho sugar beet la preeminently
a product of the arid regions The
future before It Is measured by our
enormous sugar importations
The sugar beet Is one of the most
profitable crops grown In this coun
try ft Is a mortgage hItter Given
the right kind of soil a water supply
and a factory within reasonable dis
tance and there IB nothing to prevent
the farmer from growing rich Su
gar beet crops aro making money for
these and adding to the national
wealth Properly encouraged the beet
sugar Industry will relieve this coun
try of the necessity of depending on
foreign nations for our sugar sup
Tho Sacramento Valloy beet sugar
factory eroded a fow years ago at
Hamilton In Glenn county IB one of
tho most Important enterprises In the
great Sacramento Valley It turned
out last year nlnoiynvc thousand
bags of sugar nearly five thousand
tons Owing to the prejudice exist
ing against tho produot of the sugar
beet it ban been necessary to ship
the great bulk of this homegrown
crop to other points This should not
be The consumption of Sacramento
Valloy sugar by Sacramento Valley
people means more Sacramento Val
ley sugar more Sacramento Valley
beet farmers more sugar beet profits
larger land values more prosperity
for everybody
Your choice of Twelve trains dally
via Oregon Short Line to Salt Lake
City Tickets on salo April 1st to Cth
Good to return April 12th Special
train leaving Ogden 830 am April
3rd Hh 5th and Cth Rate 110
The contract for grading the Bing
ham Garfield railroad has been
let to the Utah Construction company
of Ogden Work will commence at the
earliest possible date and within a
year the road will be In operation
The Brigham Garfield Is an In
dependent railroad company but the
officials and stockholders arc men
prominently Identltled with the great
Utah Copper company of which D C
Jackllng Is tho general manager
The survey calls for a line of rail
road a trifle over seventeen miles
long from the mines of tho Utah Cop
per company at and near Bingham to
the concentrating mill at Garfield and
thence to the smelter at Garfield The
maximum grade will be 2 12 por cent
jlhc maximum curvature C degrees
with a small number of curves
Three Tunnels Needed
TIme construction will be the heav
iest over attempted In Utah since tho
Tlntlc range road was built more
than ten years ago Thrw tunnels
will have to be bored through the
hills each ono to be of considerable
Tho line starts from a point In
Carrs fork and skirts the north side
of the canyon higher up than the
present line of the Rio Grande As
a scenic Hue It tell bo the equal of
any for almost the entire distance It
affords a moat magnificent panorama
of the valley and city
Blngham is tho greatest tonnage
producer In tho stale and for years
the Rio Grande has held it an Its
exclusive territory and so Important
has It become that the little branch
has been operated with Its own set
of district officials and for the last
three years It nan been showing the
most remarkable Increases owing to
the great development of the compan
ies operating the copper mines not
ably tho Utah Copper company
It was to handle tho ores more ad
antagcou8ly that the Rio Grande
built time line to Garfield and this
line has been taxed to care for the
traffic so the new company was form
ed hy tho Utah Copper people and
the line will now be built
What came nearly being another
bunch of trouble for tho police de
partment with a quarantlnn for two
weeks wan narrowly averted yester
day afternoon whon a young man hi
ho act of walking Into the police ota
Ion wan Hunt to a physician and on
being found to have a well rtovolopod
caso of smallpox taken in charge bj
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fop your convenience t
Sole Agents for the Pabst
Brewing Co Milwaukee Wis
Distributors and General Agents for
Monarch of Table and Medicinal
Waters Is a purely natural i
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I H O Bigelow > President A P Bigelow Cashier I
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Caahr
TWf G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
I 0 A Parmley L F Bigelow J N Spargo G
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the sanitary department and taken out
to tho pest house I
As far as can bo learned the young
man has been working In this city ao
a mail clerk and IK practically without
funds He was taken III and decided
to ask the police for assistance but
meeting a policeman at tho door was
sent to a physician where his case
was diagnosed as smallpox No time
was lost by tho sanitary department
In getting him to the Isolation hospital
and another two weeks of quarantine
with Its accompanying discomforts
was narrowly missed by tho police
Salt Lake March 3oW P S
Hawl superintendent of the Postal
Telegraph company In this district
has been transferred from Salt Lake
to Chicago whore lie will take up
worlc at tho head of the sixth district
comprising thirty of tho principal
telegraph offices of Illinois and In
diana The change has been occasion
ed by the elimination of the local dis
trict from the Postal sorvlce by plac
ing the Salt hake ofllco in the Denver
district and the Montana offices in the
Seattle district
Tho statement in a morning paper
that Mr Hawk had resigned from tho
service was entirely erroneous he
says Mr Hawk came to Salt Lako
live years ago from Montana whore
he had practically built the service In
that district from a military telephone
service to a fully equipped telegraph
system Mr Hawk will leave for Chi
cago about May 1
Washington March 30Tho terms
of tho new tariff agreement between
the United Stales antI Canada wore
mado public hero today The conces
sions provided by the agreement will
cover less than three per cent of all
of the Import business from tho Unit
ed States Into Canada in a year for
business amounting to about 5000
000 against exports Into Canada from
the United States amounting to moro
than 180000000 In the Canadian fis
cal year of 1009
One of tile most Important conces
sions made by Canada Is that on the
omnibus clause In the Canadian tar
rif Heretofore all Jrlicles under
that clause Imported tom the United
States have been subjected to the
general tariff a 20 per cent ad va
lorem Hereafter those tides wjll
pay 17 12 per cent ad valorem I
Ottawa Ont March 30Tho do
minion parliament and the people of I
1iWI COSH rj
Canada received their first official an f
nouncomont of tho settlement of th
tariff controversy with the Unite i
States nnd the granting by the lattei
of the minimum tariff rates thmugl 1
a statement made la the house thli
afternoon by Finance Minister Field
It was evident from the troml o
Mr Fieldings remarks the process o I
readjusting tariff relations liotwcoi
the two countries will not end will
the agreement Just reochedN
pledge was given Canada that Uu
export of wood pulp would not bopf
hibltcd Mr Fielding declared t
Has President Taft under alCItLo 4 1
promote In congress the tariff rtteg I
for Canada 7 Mr Fielding was asked
Practically yes he replied
It wo had stood pat It Is possible
that wo might have in some way ob
tained the minimum American tariff i I
continued Mr Fielding that perhaps
would have been a great triumph for
Canada To hurl defiance at tho Unit
ed States when all the nations of Eu
rope aro accepting Its terms might I
have been heroic but some victories I
arc to bought
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