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k But Company Is Determined to Make I
Interurban Pay
4 3 Lexington In denying a rumor In
S circulation to the effect that the Lx 1
k ington Interurban Railway Co conJ
I trolling the ctreet car system and olec i
trio lighting plant In Lexington andI
4 rth interurban lines running into the 4
I v city would make an assignment and
go Into tho hands of a receiver Colt
Tohn R Allen attorney for tho com 1
pany just home from a meeting of the i
directors with President John B Me I
L Afl In Philadelphia said I
I 3 There Is no foundation for such a j
rumor On tho contrary at n meeting I
to be held here soon the company will
authorize extensive in
I improvements a
V the power plant roadway and oiling t
stock and will provide tho money to j
I Pitt for those improvements which
1 will boinado at once The company j
has invested 2000000
I approximately 2OOOQOOi
s and ItHhfts to make it good It can j
I not afford toiToluntarily go into the j
hands of reciJvcr It has been
ihands n rec vcr up 4
Siigalnst n hard nropositton but will >
4 pull through all right
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Two Valuable Lots Deeded For En
q 4 t f j dowment Fund
> i Lexington Transylvania university
l Ift Js conducting an1 endowment fund cam J
I vpalgn and a handsomp gift was made to 1
I > the cpllego by a CQvlngton woman I
r ilTJf Mallle F Pearco transferred toa
I the university two valuable pieces oft
i iiiroperty worth about 9000o
Stjt The gift la not maae outright How j
s but Is made the annult
I it everdRlt on annuity planJ
f d rhe rppcrtj will bo sold and the pro I
f 7 j fi fcaedi will bo placed In the endowment j
qnot thc university 3lrs Pearce b
1 Ss 2wII receive a small pea cent of her
0 f iglift yearly ai on annuity i
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j 7JI GlrlfLwIenUWlth Presents RUn Down
L W Train
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S 4lUIeLeona Meesmer 15 wus
c run down at anL N crossing rI
1Ii celvjngilnjuriea that caused her death
rr At he time ot the accident ehe W 118I
E tarrying numerous Christmas toys for I
4f vyoung < r brpiitcrs and Bisters Her
4 last words were Mamma I did want
I 1 C to pfejy Santa ClaUs op bad
p 1 She was assisting her parents forI
4 heflrst time In piaylng Kria Kringle I
ii < for tie younger children
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i 3ticlwa7Fojnany months the 3
I swp wtodeposrits In Ithls tl onhllvo I 1
1 be KvMiJkr acamful inspectlou Ext
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J hoayyjepocKa to thxt ntot at feast I I
li 300000e towt to be worked la this yt s
ipf V rinit 1 Mot bf this ore Is found wkli
4 lIi la ra radios of three miles of this city 1
l 5iwq < kffiy ofa majority of the oro Is
4Y first grade Another feature Is the
4 h1 MIl costit wtjl require to get It out
j PankllnA epedal term of the
4 f I Simpson circuit court Is confronted I
C r JrHiijk dfUonh1ch Is jxrcbably
dtfcout a pmrallel in Kentucky juria
f pru eJl1oe lcE alnlsclarsed
I with shooting nd wounding Will Weir
Inon Indictment and with killing
iW e r In smother IndlctmebJ Tho for
< 1 t Hier caeo V now bells heard by the I
Ij t wart < j
1J y MuTtorde2fieTa ntWfJcountt rc
des a n claiming the distinction
d lag > tno foUdieet niaai carrier In the
S f lJBfte aStaic T and now he asks the
f 80 yerntnt to retire him onapensloIL
l L Prank JbI OY fI of age has
fi 2 bn c rrvins the mail from JIunfprd
4 a L Tile q Cab Run fifteen miles dally f
I for lf 11 peA aiar Uncle Prank has
It 1et piy three teeth and Year fatee
lr < 3 ee or j Beasohed hi kory
1 2 4 LexingtmiiDucbeas Do Cljolseul
complaIiLtt Court lLnd
CoumteiJB De Gatlgny whip Ware Ten
i trfaf at Tbare France for an alleged
fake pJct reu IB from Kentucky
0 jft be was formerly Mies Lucy Tate a
r ijaemtierJ of a note4 Cacey cou tf fain
a JfJ1yo She married iCbarlea Hamilton
of aJae pt Boston im 105 Jitter hIa
fceathl tio married De CholeeuL
t1 t10 1raiikfcwtAfter Itag In state In
f thee pofico etation NIp a fampus
f L 1 J i Jogwas jmfIed Thevpollce bought
imkHe oaeteDfi ia which their coin
I aOR15aUiy yetrsi was burled
I The boiy trfixther do g wia surrounded
J c with JMweraaBcl was vI wedby noiny
peros As a defective Nip was
lr V pebably lthoibt a rival anon < the
J l in pOllee
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1L 3ariIasbmrHlraiz Wells recently
t c t CO 6IiCrthase Tiwn for 24OQ0
r < 31U aTberltoa partly in Monroe and
f r CwaafeOTlafid counties and Is one of
the beet bounder ea of timber ln this
V SecUes of tbt oountq
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S s t FramMbrt pcatlon tortbecs
> 3 f S 1 bIJsktCl A state bank t Nor
t p i 5 r a vIlIe HoJl n county was jnajjjj I
Gl J tetieaecretary otatafe The depart 1
I tJ f 1B6IIea aak clerk IIHI Investigato the I
i cwdltioia and report A baRk tailed
yearl 1
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i tTt kLua the little Hug 1te1
w C iToaenaiHgtoh was burned to
4MtlL i The inktM wuntaAld
i1 ie wfcea ber clothing caught
7 tii i rerl rJ1 toward her tether and
t 4 Mdaoeoetter ieacIag kf81
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f t 1r i Bwr rr3vliiir town vs almost
t J iwipe t by fire The Comba hotel
y gfl JaJ9tc7re IJ1ecksmlthsh l
iZ e ajMltour residences asd their coateritj
< 1 iHMii HR in smoke The ksiea will
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Commissioners Gaining Information
for Municipal Institution
Louisville Tho new hospital com
mission went to Cincinnati where Its t
members were the guests of Dr C H
Holmes and made a complete inspec I
lion of tho work and plans of the new
city hospital there The commission i
just appointed consisting of Judge Ar t
thur Peters chairman Dr Morgan I
Vance Joseph Hubbach Sr and John I
Chambers are to build a 1000000 mu
nicipal hospital f
They were shown all over tho old f
hospital and went to the Avondale E
grounds where the contagious group j
was Inspected They were entertained
at luncheon at tho Queen City club <
and met Mayor Schwab and Architect <
Some time was devoted to an exam
ination of the plans which were ex
plained by Architect Hannaford Dr
Holmes who has been invited to act
as advisory expert to the Louisville
commission hs not yet announced
whether he will accept
The first tests of the ventilating and
heating systems in the contagious
group were made while tho Louisville I
Louisville Collls 9yearold son of
E Lunsford died from burns Tho l
mother of tho boy left her son and g
Marshall Evens a playmate while shet
Visited a neighbor The boys decided t
to cook something and poured coal oill
on the kindling to make it burn quick l
ly Some of tho oil was spilled on d
young Lunsfords clothes and when o
be lighted a match his clothing was
ignited His little playmate threw a
blanket around him but to no avail
Sharpsburg Midshipman Ernest
Barber of Annapolis who recently j
was awarded first prize for small arms
practice at the academy having maden
515 polnU out of a possible 540 Is a
Bath county boy being a son of Lewis
Barber ofForge Hill He was given a
gold medal He broke the academy
record by two points
Lexington An attractive premium a
list has been prepared for UJe flrstc
annuAl show of tho Kentucky Corn c
Growers association which will be
held at the agricultural college build j
Ing at the state university en January I
to C inclusive and for which entries
cloed on December 29J In addition to
Judging the samples ottiexbibttioti lee
turea on tilt prepar 0a ot tjie soil j
soil fertility and fertilizers anl other I
subjects of Interest toT corn growers
will be held nt the cdliee of agricul I
hue while the show is Jn operation
Louisville Representatives of 460
Independent telephone compaoics of
Kentucky Southern Indiana and Korth
era Tennessee met in convention at
the annital cession of the Kentucky
Independent Telephone cssoclation
The plan to Incorporate the Kentucky
Telephone Traffic association was j
adopted and a committee ot five ap
pointed to wprk out the articles of In
corporation Tho capital stock of the
organization Trill bo 100000 of vhlch J
only 1000o will be Issued at the be j
Ashland Wm Johnson a police
limn was shot three times and dan
gerously wounded iby Lewh Dowllug
a railroad fireman when he attempted
to arrest the latter Dowling used a
8botgun He la now in jail awaiting
the result 0 tha policemans injuries
This Is liie second policeman to bo
shrtt in Ashland within fix mont >
Policeman Frank having been killed
last July
Frankfort Suit was filed In the
IrVanklln circuit court by the AssocK
Mod sanatorium a corporation of
LoUIsvlUe against E P James state
auditor sklns the bo compelled
to pay the sanatorium tho sum of
1359 alleged due it from the state
LQxlngton McHenry Rhoades su
perintendent of the Owensboro schools
baa decided to accept the chair of sec
rotary recently created in State unl
iTerslty at Lexington
Lexington Cpllls the nineyearold
son of rJ H Lunsford was fatally
burned when he poured oil in a kitch
en stove fire
Carlisle An egg famine at Christ
mas time seems to threaten the pee
ple of this county They are hard to
obtain at any price bat those fortu
iKuto enough to have tiwm are ante to
get in many Instances from 40 to 45
cents per dozen without any trouble
WaysvlUe A force of surveyors Is
I at work on the C brail rood be
tween Brashears and Camtown makin
I preJimlnary suryeys for changing the
rOadbed in order to begin double
tracking In the early spring H Is now
thought Dover will be cut off the road
Stanford AVilllam Shelton one of
the foremost ministers of the Baptist
church in the south and one of the
most prominent eduaattors is dead He
was at the head at different times oft
soTeral leading educational institu
tions Ho was born In Smith county
Tennessee S6 > years ago
Tompklnsyille The home of Hru
Sarah Comer of CpVnalel this county
was totally destroyed by lire The fir e
originated from a defective flue The
loss la estimated at 3500 with 150 0
Gives Statement of Property In His
Hands to County Clerk
LoxlngtonJ W Porter assignee
of tho Bank of Kentucky filed the In
ventory of property which has come
Into his hands ns assignee
Cash or Its equivalent JG709 notes
in bank 192510 overdrafts 13721
deposit in Hanover National bank
New York 2270 deposit In Second
National bank Cincinnati 39J
Tho assignee states that the notc
amounting to 16893 AS shown In tho
schedule of assets are not in the pos
session of tho bank and are referred to
as being in the hands of the Henry
Clay Insurance Co have not been re
ceived by the assignee Under the ot
der of the court a special examiner
will make an examination
Notables Invited and Plans Made For
a Great Occasion
Lexington The Ketitiiciy State
Federation of Labor will hoJd Its an
nual convention in this city on January
11 12 and 13 and is expected to be a
great occasion for tho labor organiza
tons throughout tho state Samuel
Gompers president of the federation
and James M Lynch of Indianapolis
president of the International Typo
graphical union have been extended
Invitations and aro expected to at
Besides these and other prominent
labor leaders there will be about luG
delegates here from various sections
of Kentucky representing the differ
cut councils
The Central Labor Council of this
city Is making elaborate preparations
for the entertainment of the visitors
among the featured of which will beI
a reception and banquet on the open
ins night of th i convention Max
Traut of Louisville Is secretary of tIm
state federation and he is having pro
pared a prograjn of the convention
which will bo s jnt In a few days
Callettaburg Onosof tho most sen
sational of thefts vVaa perpetrated
when GeorgO Kerr It is alleged book
keeper for Josselson Brothers whole
sale liquor dealers walked out and
away carrying with I him o f 2000 In
cash the property ot his employers
The robbery was discovered a few
hours after Kerr disappeared and of
ficers were dispatched to all surround
ing towns but no tr nee could bo found
of tho absconding Bookkeeper
IceiituckyStatJews Items
Dirk Henry DIal has been appoint
ed postmaster here
Owenton The ilammond school
house in the upper part of this coun
ty burned
Sharpsburg Clarence Seniors 20
accidentally shot Elijah Jones 18 in
the thigh at thehomobf Senters
Georgetown County Judge J J
Yates 67 died of Briglits disease Ho
svna serving his fourth term as county
Frankfort Coranussloner of Agrl
culture tC Rajklri was honored by
theglft of landsomo gold cane from
the farmers institute workers T O
have been lecturing under Mr Ran t
FrankfortAlthough he never ash
ed even for mldnows in his life and hal
no hunted since he was a boy Dr
Ben L Bruner secretary of stato
vent to Florida with the Juniper Hunt
Mayflejd Miss ifay Davts 22 an
Inmate of tho county poor farm eet
her dress on fire and was burned so
badly that she can not recover She
said that she was going to burn her
self to death for Christmas I
Middleeboro T H Howard was
released by Judge Fusion on 82500
bopd on the charge ot shooting his
former law partner L FI Debusk
Mr Howards examining trial was set
for December 22 Mr Debusk is on
the road to recovery
Franklin A special term of the
Simpson circuit court met hero to
hear the case of Joe McRlwaia
charged with the klllingof Will Weir
and of Lum Vance charged with be
it gan accessory The court heard
arguments on a change of venue I
ML Sterling The jubilee confer
ence of the Christian Womens Board
of Missions and the Young Womens
Missionary society was held here
There was a large crowd In attend
anc and stirring addresses were
Frankfort Although servinga life
sentence In the penitentiary fqr kill
ling his fellow convict William Jones
known as Sheeney Mike Qabe
Jones a negro of Louisville stabbed
John Johnson a fellow convict who
is not expected to survive
Johnson was stabbed in tho back
and through the right lung with a ta
ble knife which is the first misuse of
a table knife made by a convict since
they were introduced by Warden
Mudd two years ago
Glasgow Junction The fine coun
try home of Mrs J T Glllenwaters
was burned The fire is supposed to
have started from a defective flue and
the loss is 5000 with f 2500 insurance
This home was known as the Dr J Y
Wilson home and was one of tho most
beautiful in this county
Paris Tho body ot Price Todd of
MlUerburg who was drowned by
breaking through the Ice while trying
to cross Hlnkstcn creek was recor
eted by fishermen j bo used grappling
Declares That Out of Revenge He
Started the Fire That Cost Lives of
Policemen and Five Laddies In tho
Leather House Lost
Philadelphia John Kornego a Pole
surrendered to tho police declaring
that he had set fire to the plant of the
Frlcdlander Leather Remnants Co and
thus started the blaze which resulted
in the killing of 13 firemen and a po
The man who was rushed to the
city hall for an examination said that
he had started the fire in a spirit of
revenge He declared in broken Eng
lish that ho had worked for David
FrIedlander until a year ago when
ho was discharged and three weeks
ago ho applied for another job but
was refused mid that after much
brooding over his rebuff he made up
his mind to set the factory on fire
He stuck to his tale when questioned
by detective interpreters and was
locked up for further examination
Is Given Exclusive Right to the Ntt
In State of New York
New York Exclusive rlglit to the i
use of I the name Salvation ther
so far as the state cf Now York la con 1
corned was given to the Salvation
Army In tho United States too or
ganization founded by Wlttloav Booth
In 1880 In a decision handed down in
the ajtpeUate division of the supremo I
court By the terms of this Judgment I
tho American Salvation Army Is for
bidden to use the name or to wear unlI
forms in any way similar to those use t
by tSAi other order This decision fol
lows along I legal controversy
Possibly They Are Fatally Injured By
Gun Accident i
Washington N C Two of the IIttlo I
eons of Roht Hill this city were per I
haps fatally shot when a gun in tho II
handa of their elder brother FilS acci I
dentally discharged I
Young Hill v 4jnloadlf jI I
gun The hans 1
was released an a I
younger of the two
shot away leaving thi >
by shreds of flesh
struck the elder boy cop
Ing thehand just above
cepting a few ligament > i
And Twenty Lifers Tux j
Alabamas Gove i >
Montgomery Ala The
bamas prisons were thic
morn than 100 convicts t
paroled by GOT Comer fo
Among the number are t
era and fully 40 convic
for xiurdcr f 7
Before the governor t
nual t trip through the pj
read Byrons PrisonerJ
and the thought of thcj
of prison confinement
told by tho poet strduck
forcibly f
Huston Gets Nc c +
Washington James > lj
mer treasurer of the I
recently convicted of j
use the mails to defraucj
a new trial by Justice V
inal court Harvey M
cinnatl and Buffalo au
For of Washington j
Huston each was sejp
two years in therpr v
nndJ r
Cars Stoned snrt bu
Winnipeg anltobaThfrty street
cars were stoned and smashed and one
was burned by sympathizers of tho
striking par men The cars wore taken
hosseaslfin of by Canadian Pacific em
lye tor whom they tad been sent
to tho Outskirts of town at the closo
of he working day The car crews
ICut Off Train Service
Chicago 111 Approximately 15000
mtcs of pau1enser train service per
dat baa been cut off by western rail
rotUls as the result of lack of business
anoVjn all probability there will bp a
furtjiScuiiailment within a short
lime Reduction lit tfaln Brevlce is in
line with the general plat retrench
ment that ralroadshave lcn follow
ing for some time I
Settled for 700000 fl
New YorkAt a meeting In the of
fice of Collector of the Port Loeb i f
which District Attorney Wlso and sey
oral of his assistants particlpatedf
Vas decided to recommend the f
ceplance by the government of an
fer of 700000 which was made by the
sugar trust in settlement of the draw
back cases against the company
Verdict of Acquittal
Springfield lit Edward Johnson
waS found not guilty of the charge of
murdering William Knight on October
24 last It was charged that Johnson
and Knight engaged in a quarrel when
Knight Interfered In behalf of a girL
Couldnt Stand Crltlacism
Los Angeles CalChlcf of Pollco
Alexander Galloway resigned and
lieut of Police C E Sebastian will
succeed hint on January 1 Chief Gal
loways resignation was the result of
adverse criticism
Cop and Burglar Shot
Detroit A burglar registered as
George White of Cleveland was shot
Ifnd dangerously wounded and Patrol
man W 13 MeAlonon was shot and so
rlously Injured when McAlonon found
the burglar hiding In a basement
Altoona PaReturns In the miners
election f nun District No2 which are
now complete show a big change from
last year National President T 1
Lewis who lost the district last year
by 4000 Totes carried It this year bjr
nearly AcO
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The New Tears Feast I
The Children Table
To the Old
By Julia Jayne Walter
tO MANY days weve f rcd
I through gpr and wintry
it weather Old Year I can
I uot let you go Such
t great times weve had as
we journeyed side by side
None other so intimate as thou I
Nojthar friend save thou baa wit
nessed my defeats no other so cheerily
shared my triumphs
When friends proved unkind them
dldst walk by my aide and counsel
patience The imrU ot wounded affec
tion were healed time alone endured
Thou wouldst usher in a new day full
of sunshine and the song of birds Its
blessed healing power didst revive my
drooping spirit and soothe all wounds
Thou didst bring me friends from
afar The meeting them in the flesh
once again the looking into loving
eyes and holding hands warm with the I
grasp of friendship proved a benedic
lion after long yean of wearying
Tho turning point in ie came tr
more than one young person about me
Crucial questions were decided which
will make for weal or woe Thou
didst accompany me each day while
1 helped to guide young lives into mak
ing safe departure from the beaten
Sath Farewells have been aajd which
VNw hearstrlngs end made them
fresh Wlther new panes
g X
7 en a great
0 T T old ways
must ton
7 J aet my
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let thee i
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vthe way I
her hast
Vt oth the
ew Years GIrl I
The Curtain Falls I
By Margaret E gangster
Over tha tear drop over the MRS
Over the crimes that blotted and blumd
Over the wound of the angry w blurndj
Over the deeds In weakness done
Over the b ttles lost and won
Now at the end oC the flying year I
Tear that tomorrow will not be here
Over qur freedom over our thralls
In the dark and the midnight the curtain J
Over our rain andover our loss
Over our crown and over our cross
Over the fret of our discontent
Over the 111 that we never meant
Over the scan of our selfdenial
Over the strength that conquered trial
Now In the end of the flying year
Year that tomorrow will not be here
Quietly nnal the prompter calls
Over it swiftly the cprtcin falls
Over the crowds and the solitudes
Over our shifting hurrying moods
Over the hearths where bright ilamea
Over the cribs wh re the babies sleep
Over the clamor over the strife
Over the pageantry ot life
Sow In the < nd of the lying year
Year that tomorrow will not be hers
< wUtly and surely from starry walls
ionUv < cwmva > il the curtain falls
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I feel So much at home with thee
Old Year Thy face so famlUar Is
the face of an old friend But this
stranger whtch comes on apace hurry
ing to tiKe thy place and to usurp thy
privileges I know naught of him I
knov Jot what strange new ways be
ma usher In He fills me with die
tru t and forboding
xie comes bringing vast possibilities
fir treat things Who knows whether
ae will realize his responsibility and
seize the moment of achievement as
soon as it Is presented If he proves
to be a worthy heir of thine he may
add materially to the worlds acquisi
lion of tclenco Ere Ills llle be ended
Tennysons dream may be realized
navies grappling In the central blue
Edison may be miking houses of ce
ment which shall be adapted to rich
and poor alike Wireless telegraphy
and wireless telephoning may be as
easily done as the same Is upon wires
today Mr Stead may have bridged the
gulf between tls land and the further
shore with his spirit communications
Medical scientists may have waged
war against disease with such success
that health may be reigning oer the
earth Warfare between nations may
have been made so destructive that
universal peace will cover the land as
a mantto of green covers the earth
But of Year should he Introduce all
these Innovations he might also bring
In bin treiu sorrows and burdens new
trials anA tons I shrink from letting
him W
1 shall trust thyBou to lieworthy or
his sire Old Year to be like thee Ida
and sympathetic no matter what fata
may bring to me Casting fears to tIle
wind I look toward the future with
tolling confidence asking only that
strength may be given to bear what
ever of ill or good fortune U > i New I
Year may brine
Nevertheless I am loath to part
with thee the friend of to many dear
days that are gone lnt the irrevocable
Uoodby old year thou dost not
go out of my life Though I shall see
thy face no more the recollection of
thy dIr friendship will be sacred
amove my heart inneraoat treasures
Old rear you shall not die
We did so laugh and cry with you
I rve half a mind to me with you
Old year If you oust die
Dally Thouht
New Tear coming on apace
What hare you to give met
Bring you scathe or brine you gracs
Face me with an honest face
You shall not deceive me
Be It good or 111 be It what yon will
It needs shall help tne on my road <
My rugged road to Heaven please God
Christina Q RosMttL
I Sceiia the New Year fa I
Ko man 3R ft rich he can afford to
lOll friends nor w poor be meeds to
buy them
The folly of sUnsJeam before
pork lies in that we ought to begin
with pumpkins
Woman a Master Mariner
Jane Morgan whose engagement to
be married to Cecil Fisher son of Ad
mural Lord Fisher was announced re
cently is a licensed master mariner
and is one of the few women in the
United States who have qualified to
command a ship She passed a rigid
States steamboat inspectors She Is
I an enthusiastic yacbtswonan and as
a master mariner hds commanded her
I fathers yacht the Waturus She la
Qualified to command on all oceans
and in 1907 the received a license ai
apIIot on the Delaware river Miss
Morgan wbq Isa daughter of Randal
Moran vicepresident of the United
Gas Improvement company of Phlla
delphia is popular in society She la
an outdopr girl and is a member of
several t iletlc organizations It woi
rumored IB IMC she was engaged to
Sir Thoma Jpton
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dealer rf Iver any more Ic
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