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^U^^^^^^^^^^^^AlRMONT^JVES^VIKGiyiA, S^TUffDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1906. NUMBER 210.
BAD WEATHER HA!
| COMPANY GETTI
Motormen Are.
Learning the Road
bad 'weather again interferes
work so as to nrohibtt the
I,' ?pmpany from putting the finishing
fef touches on the line and making It abi,;.
Wplutely safe In eve.-y particular, the
J.;, regular schedule on the lnterurban
gfejj; road from Fairmont tb Clarksburg
wljl go into effect on next Wednes
day, December 2t!th, the day after
Christmas.
r; General Manager Purlnton has been
'"iirorklng very hard to get everything
fa readiness, but the bad weather has
delayed the work until it will not bo
possible to start regular cars before
Wednesday, and It might be Thursiday,
although the plans are sej for
Wednesday. During the past two or
' >three'weeks there has been so much
~ rain that the men had to use umbrel
las while doing the wiring and solder,
Jug'. But thnt work Is nearly completslied
now and the last of the ballasting
I will soon be in condition for regular
Service. But one very important facv
tor in the getting ready has yet to be
done' and that is, the motormen have
to learn the road thoroughly before
/fc they begin to carry passengers on the
reguiar runs. Manager Purinton is
vary careful on this ' point and of
V, course it Is a very wise action, lie
' :itas a Jmnch of conductors nut to-day
nging over the line from Shinnston to
'.tlypsy and points above and by
'Wednesday the men will know all the
'.crooks and turns," bridges, grades
and cuts, and be ready to earry the
people safely through. It would be a
great mistake to start the regular
Service before the line was entirely
, ready and before the motormen had
thoroughly learned the road. Especlally
is this true In view of the fact that
this Is.the holiday season and many people
will he going over the road. The
traffic will undoubtedly be very great
1 for the first few days. It is for these
reasons that Manager Purinton will
not start uutil everything is in readi,
ness.
p.- ' Clarksburg is understood to be very
anxious for the cars to begin the reguP
. ; ' la'r run. hut the people there are no
I . more anxious than are we at FairjjT'
, rnout and the company is especially
fe - .concerned about It, for it wants to see
fee some returns as soon as possible for
ti: the great expense Incurred In building
; '. and equipping the road. But if we ah
v; possess ourselves in patience, in a
' ;; very few days everything will bo
; v' working smoothly and tbo cars be runjjfc
ning regularly every hour between the
'-I ,-okoln vol.
I i.wiu viuca v?. mo wuuuuo?uvw > ?
COLORED MEN
IN SOUTHERN CITIES FORM OR
GANIZATION FOR THE ALLAYING
OF RACE HATRED.
f; WASHINOTON, D. C., Dec. 22 ?
The leading colored men In a number
of larger southern cities are said to
he behind A recntly formed organization
of negroes having for its object
the allaying of race hatred. They plan
to deal summary punishment to rapv
ists and degenerates of their own I
race and thus win the respect of the |
"whites. Negros in northern cities rei
-fuse to countenance the movement.
8hafer's Studio Is Independent of
weather conditions. First class work
guaranteed. 200-121
T?IU? 1st Cl..llsn 9* A a Cnhtl
-... I Wllbi Obia III I " a Kk II Wl WVV.k
4 Co.
/V RESCUERS FAILED TO GET HI
4 BECAUSE OF FAI
11 *J*
BBrTifT BAKERSFIELD, Cnl., Dec. 22.-1
from his Imprisonment in Edison 1
$? '. 4' through the small gap and enjoys
?S| 4* the doctor all be needed was a goi
fcV. ; his long entombment The work Is 1
ened granite with which the shaft
4 as It is moved out from under the
t - V '4 The'town Is on the verge of dot
?nxlet>' and nervouseness.
IS DAY SET
JN OF TROLI
5 DETAINED THE
IN6 GARS STARTED
MARCH FIRST :
is Uflit sti;
t
FOR TRAINS FROM MORGANTOWN 1
TO ROWLESBURG?COMPLE- 1
TION OF M. 4 K. '
H
MORGANTOWN, Dec. 22.? If the c
winter which now Is Hearing the closo
if Its flrat,month Is no worse than this I
season usually Is in this State, it may t
he predicted that on the first day ol f
next- .March trains will run from Mor- a
pint own to Rowlcsburg over the M. ti a
1(. railroad. At any rate Superintend- j
cat F. K. Rretz believes that such will s
be the case. It
The grading Is now nearlhg Us com
pletlon. A few gaps remain to be a
closed and a Utile trimming to bo a
done here and there. a
The principal tvorh on band Is truck
laying. The gup between the river at s
Trowbridge and Kingwood Is eight p
miles, and little is in the way of pro- y
ceedlng with tills at once. The construction
gangs can put down about
one-third of a mile n day, and If no (1
thne were lost and no -jnoxpected hlnUvansps
intemnsed. the track lnvinir P1
ct'n be completed in a month. It Is
not to he expected, however, that the I
men run work" every day. so a little I
extra time will be allowed. The ballasting
cannot quite keep up with the
t nek laying, but It can be pushed
nearly as fast. Thus there Is no vlsl
hie reason why the gap cannot be
closed between Kingwood and Trow- T
bridge before March !.
The construction of the bridge across
Cheat river must be completed before
trains ran run to Itowlesburg. That
work is now progressing in a satisfac- K
lory manner. The steel Is on the "
ground nnd one span has been set In w
l !t-ce. There has beeu considerable de- 0
lay heretofore, but all troubles now tl
seem to be In the past, aud the speedy n
completion of the bridge is expected. 0!
The completion of the road to "
Bowiesburg will be a great cnnvonl- I'
ence to people of Morgantown who tl
go east over the B. & 0. It will be
a much quicker and shorter route than B
lliat by Grafton or Connellsville. B
Pewleshurg will he nearer Morgan- 'c
town than Graflon is now, and It can a
be reached without change of cars or f<
delay, whereas the trip to Rowlosburg
by the way of Grafton reouiies one ri
or two changes, more or less delay, a
besides being about 30 miles farther, si
If a schedule enn be arranged by (l
which quick and easy connection can 1'
be made with B. & 0. trains -t Howies- c
burg, tire M. & K. will be a popular 0
route. Tt will also be a flue scenij n
rrute. The narrows of Cheat will nl- w
ways be worth seeing, and In time of
fit od the spectacle is one of the grandest
In the State. The rai'road follows
the bank of the river five utiles
through the narrows.
EXTRA PAY ROLLS.
In Pittsburg District Make Grand Total
Of $10,00,000 For Distribution
To-Day.
PITTSBURG, Dec. 22.?Extra pay tl
rolls in the Pittsburg district today w
aggregate ten millions of dollars.' All ei
the great mills, furnaces and factories "
deliver to their employes to-day all '
that Is due them and many employers
give additional Christmas presents. "
t<
The New Bijou Theater opens to- gt
night at the old Postofflce building ad- |r
mission, 5 cents. t<
Why pay a big price for cab work? "
McCray 1,1 very will do it cheap. Atways
ready.
, P;
Fashionable bracelets at A. B. Scott
|& Co. ?
01
CKS OUT YESTERDAY 4? c<
.L OF LOOSENED GRANITE.
? 4*
licks 1ms not yet been liberated }" tl
nine. Hicks talks cheerfully h
solid fooil passed to him. He told N
>d bath. He feels no 111 effects from ?!
txasperatinaly slow because loos- }.
Is filled drifts from abore as fast h
car alongside of which Hicks Is ly- ?j" v
4*
norallzatlon owing to the contlnu*
CLARKSBURG
^appointed at
is Freedom Will
% Governor Hughes
FOR FIRST
LEY CARS TO
Lawyer Patrick Dis
Not Receiving H
Petition Incominj
OSSININ'O, N. V., Dec. 22.?Albert
r Patrick, convicted of the murder
>f William Marsh IRce, was officially
lOliBed yesterday by Warden Johnson,
it William Marsh Rice, was officlnllv
er.ee to imprisonment for life by Gov:rnor
Higglns and was taken from the '
leath house, where he has been con- l
Ined for four years and eight months, .
.nd placed In a cell In the main prl.v, ,
nr.
The official notice arrived from Al- ,
luiiy ui auun. jraiuvjv nan >u uhvj j ?
liken from the coll to the clerk's ofIce
where he was treated as a newly
rrlvetl prisoner. He was measured
ud welshed, tipping the beam at 171
nunds, which was a sain in weight
Ince his arrival at the prison. After
e had had a hath, he was taken to
ho prison harder, who shaved hint
nd cut his hair. He was then given
suit ot gray prison clothes, such as
re worn by flrst term men.
After Patrick had donned the prison
hit he was conducted by the warden
o the door and susli factory, wlter c he
as put to work to-day.
Patrick gave to the warden a letter
ddressed to Mrs. Patrick, which ho
esired to have made public. In It ha
sys:
{RING BRIDES I
FROM ITALY
HREE ITALIANS WENT FROM C
BENWOOD AND SOUGHT WIVES
ACROSS THE SEA.
WHEELING, Dec. 22.?At. midnight
riday, Hike Mlfaria, Angeio Renzeio t
ud Tobio Trublano arrived at D%vood
Junction over the Baltimore & p
ildo railroad, bringing with thorn ,.
iree young brides from Italy. The j,
ten have been absent from Benwood j,
tily a month and during that time e
ley have gone to Italy fancy free, fell t
i love, were married and returned to ^
ic mill town.
All three Italians are well know^ in 0
enwood. The)" work on the section
ang of the li'iltlmore & Ohio railroad Q
icated nt the Junction. They secured
leave of absence and went to Naples ^
ir a "time" as they expressed it. ;
At 5 o'clock Friday afternoon. Law.nee
Witt, the broker and stcamslilp "
cent, located at Fifth and Slain
ireets, Benwood, received a telegram '
om New York City, stating that the
arty had left for Benwood. A large 0
rowd of the Benwood colony turned '
ut to welcome the party and arrange- f
icnts have been made for a triple n
edding celebration Saturday evening 6
GRANTWRICT j
EACHERS HAD AN INTERESTING n
INSTITUTE AT MONONGAH V
YESTERDAY. *
The Orant district teachers' lnstlite
met yesterday In Slonongah and
as attended by about twenty teach- ,,
rs of the district, which Is about p
tree-fours of . the number enrolled t,
om that district. Prof. J. N. Deahl, j,
[ the University, was present and de- ?
vered an Interesting address to tho ?
sachers, which was full of helpful t(
ingestions. Others assisting In the
istitute work were County Superlnindent
Carter L. Faust, C. A. Mclnre,
F. B. Lee, and Miss Stella Hutin.
Several important topics were (|
Iscussed. all of the teachers taking
art In the discussions. ,,
The Institute was one of the best
eld In this district in a long time.
See the Magic Clown and his famy
at opening Bijou theater, old Postffice
budding to-night,. Admission, 5
snta.
Twenty-four Photos for 25 cents at ,
te Novelty Photo Gallery. Come and ave
your smiles recorded at 312
lain Street. 20-6t ^
Why pay a big price for cab work? J
IcCray Livery will do It cheap. A I- r
ays ready. d
Special prices on watches at W. A. t:
laher's.
Talk diamond.with A. B. 8cottACo. ?
"Miscarriage of Justice."
"It Is needless to say that I am bitterly
disappointed at the miscarriage
of my hope for freedom, but I am not
discouraged. , j
, "I felt sure that the Jfnlted States
Supreme Court Would eventually declare
that my conviction had been secured
without any? proper proof, by unfelr
and dishonest methods. I am so
tired of delay arid so moved by this
drain of my sepafation from my loved
ones, that 1 listened to the suggestion
hat the governor would use his pow r
of pardon to rectify a miscarriage
>f justice. 'And so, against the advice
of my attorneys I dismfssed my appeal
ii'd applied to the governor for a free
tardon.
"The governor to commuting finds
n effect my conviction illegal and
oroof of guilt Insufficient, or. In other
vords, that 1 am presumably Innocent.
"1 shall foithwith petition the Incoming
governor to right this wrong,
md I believe that his knowledge of
he law, keen Judgment of facts and
ove of justice and personal courage
*'111 fllinlilo Twaa .nrovflll flll/1 tltflfr lie
vill soon set ma free.
"My health is good except tjiat I am
vorn out and tire Very easily, but my
ulnd Is clear."
HAN ATTACKED
BY VICIOUS BOAR
i ? .
)HIO COUNTY MAN HAD NARROW
ESCAPE FROM SERIOUS
INJURY.
WHEELING, Dec. 22.-A battle beween
n man and an Infuriated boar
og occurred on Mozart hill last night,
ti if the man. Joseph Long, had a narow
escape with his life, nnd In fact
is rescue was due to the daring of
is pet dog that attacked thd infurlatd
porker and held its attention till
zing, torn and bleeding, could drag
imself to a place of safety
Mr. Long, wjjo is thirty-eight years
f age gnd employed at Hoffman's
innery, resides at the Koontz farm
n Mozart hill, and in addition to his
ork looks after a small truck garden
a season and also raises a few swine,
lis pen held some choice specimens
nd among them was a Ihrge sow.
'his he determined to sell and had
riven it out and was showing it to
he prospective purchaser. The boar,
n unusually large animal will) long
usks, after watching the proceedings
or a time charged at the pen and
laking a line for the two men gave
very evidence of an attack. The
respective purchaser fled to safety,
ut Mr. Long was not quite quick ,
notigh and was thrown to the earth,
le protected himself as best he could
rom the onslaught of the vicious anltal,
which was severely injuring him \
fhen the dog made Its attack. The
loment the boar was diverted Mr.
ong dragged himself to Bafety, where ,
e was rendered assistance by friends
rho had been drawn to the scene.
One long gash had been Inflicted In
he hip, which extended to the lower
ortlon of the abdomen, exposing the
wclfth rib, while two bites had been
ifllcted In the arms. Dr. Gaydosh ,
'as called and rendered the necessary
ledleal attention. It took five stitches
) close the one wound.
The attack of the boar cannot be
xplalned, It having not previously
hown any particularly vicious traits,
nd the only supposition is that the (
iking of the sow away maddened it. '
oin nun iotiijio
OHU unmoim/io
i
VILL BE SPENT BY FOND FATHER
WHOSE WIFE AND CHILDREN
WERE BURNED TO DEATH.
I
PATTERSON. N. J., Dec. 22.?Mrs. I
illce MeWlthoy. and two daughters,
and 0, were burned to death in their
iome at Pompton I.nko early to-day.
'he father, Louis McWIthey, works at ;
light in New York. He returned i
iome this morning laden with Christens
presents for his wife and chllIrcn,
t(j find the family cremated and
its home In ashes.
Bit now for that Christmas Photo.
Ihafor Studio. 200-l?t
JUDGE MASON
DECIDES NICE
POINT IN SUIT
Important Decision
Handed Down
Judge Mason has Just handed down '
a very important decision concerning i
wholesale liquor dealers. The deel- t
siou may catch a large number of '
wholesale dealers that sell to saloon >
men in this city. The facts in the >
case are as follows.- .1
Bock & Grlewe. wholesale liquor c
dealers In rineinnall. Ohio, contracted i
to sell to John S. Smith, a retail liquor
dealer of this city, 61 cases of wills- c
key?about five barrels. The Clncln- v
natl Arm bought the whiskey at a o
distillery in West Brownsville, Pa., r
and had It shipped by railroad to H
themselves at Fairmont, by the dls- v
tilling company. They assigned the f<
hill of lading to Smith and sent it to
him by mail. There was some con- h
troversy. arising out of -the delay in li
the shipment, shortage, etc., and n
Smith declined to take the whiskey, o
Suit was brought by the Cincinnati C
people for the price of the whiskey. It
They were not wholesale liquor deal- rr
era at Fairmont, at the time the trans' A
actions were had. The 61 cases con- ti
tabled more thari Ave gallons and
hence the contract was to sell at
wholesale. c
Judge Mason holds that the con- ^
tract If executed at all, was completed
In Fairmont when the plaintiffs of- jj
fered to deliver the whiskey, and that (j
It was a sale or offer to sell at Fairmont,
and the sale or offer having
been made without a State license
was unlawful, and the plaintiffs can- )(
not recover. He holds that a contract
for the sale of liquor in violation
of law Is void, and cannot he en- j
forced. Judge Mason distinguishes ^
this kind of sale from a purchase made ^
C. 0. D. In a purchase made C. O. I). (j
the goods are, by direction of the purchaser,
delivered to the carrier for the j.
purcnaser, ann LIU' pos&osmun iui'i , ^
property In the goods pass at the L
seller's place of business when dellv- L
ered to the carrier. Tlie.v are then no
longer the seller's goods. In the pros- .
ent case the Cincinnati liquor dealers I
held on to the properly until after It f
came to the depot In Fairmont. Smith
had no title whatever to It until it arrived
In Fairmont, and not then, until
after the assignment of the bill of ,
lading. These wholesale dealers not ^
only cannot collect the price of the
whiskey, but may be prosecuted In
this county for selling or offering to
sell intoxicating liquors without, a
State license. In addition to this,
Uncle Sam may want to- know why n,
they did not arm themselves with i y
government license before' leaving |a
their place of business In Ohio and in- st
vading the State of West Virginia; p
and then, the City of Fairmont may a,
have something to say. The only per- V|
son who seems to be absolutely safe Is n,
George Lilly, who has the whiskey #i
safely packed In his storage house, m
where It is stored awaiting the result |e
of the suit st
The case was tried by a Jury and
the verdict set aside. It Is fair to the
Jury to say that the questions of law
upon which the verdict was set aside
were not raised until after the jury
had passed upon the case. The deci- p
iion of the court does not overrule any
fact decided by the jury.
SOCIETY LADY at
WAS BANGED ON THE NOSE BY at
COLOREO MAID AS RESULT Bl
OF A QUARREL. in
CADIZ, Ohio, Dec. 22.?Mrs. Mary ni
Hanna, a well known society lady of 10
this place, had her nose badly broken
by Ada Jackson, a colored house maid,
yesterday morning. No arrests have
been made, as It Is said Mrs. Hanna 8t
made the first assault. A quarrel
lbout washing clothes became heated, &
and the girl, who Is a muscular llttlo
body, resented certain thrusts made
l?v H?o wnmnn Mrs. Mfltinft flmirfifi t
"*v ' ? w
In a sensational shooting affair in
Cleveland a few yars ago, In which
she was shot In the hip by a Jealous
lover.
The nose breaking affair created
guile a little sensation. Mrs. Hanna
Is under the care of Drs. S. B. McQavran
and 0. H. Finnlcal.
v See the Bell Ringers Daughter at
Bijou Theater to-night,. Old Postofflce '
building. '
Poeket bMks and card oaaas at A- ^
Plan for Keeping
American Citizei
Is Repi
SPECIAL PROVISION FOR WID01
PUCE UNDER THI
? .
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22.?Expatrlat!d
women have received a large share
>f the attention of the Bpcclal comnlsslon
on naturalisation, expatriation
md passports which has reported to
'.'ongress. A revolution In the pros:nt
code of laws under these headngs
Is proposed, and ample means
ire provided for the American widow
ir divorcee to regain a place under the
Imerlcan flag.
Under no circumstances would the
ommission put a hardship on such
romen as Mme. Gould or the Duchess
f Marlborough, to prevent them from
egainlng their American citizenship,
' they make application within one
ear after they have parted from their
orelgu husbands.
The same privileges are to he exended
to widows, Slich & renaturaluition
will have tlie effect of natralizing
minor children horn under
ther (lags, and in the case of the
astellane boys would bring about an j
.teresting situation should the forfcr
Anna Gould decide to come to ,
merlca to live, and take up allegiance i
i Uncle Sam.
Members of Commission, '
The special commission included
ir. David Jayne Hill, Minister to the
efherlands; James B. Scott, solicitor 1
f the State Department, and Galllard 1
lunt, chief of the passport bureau of 1
le State Department. t 1
If the recommendations of the com- '
tlsslon are followed, it will also have 1
discouraging effect upon rich Amer
:ans living abroad and enjoying the
rotectlon of the United States while i
pending their American-made money ]
i European capitals. Nor will such 1
,pes of ex-Americans as William )
,'aldorf Astor be put to the trouble of i
? 1 It-- TTnltnil Cintno (d n f
eciunus mc um^u ? ? l?loomin,'
blarsted country, don'cher- i
now," and renouncing their citizen- i
rip. All they will have to do fs to 1
.ay away for four years and Uncle I
nm will expatiate them. i
INOTHER I
BIG STRIKE
UNDrtED AND FIFTY BARREL ,
WELL CAME IN ON GEORGE
' BRENNAMAN FARM
LAST NIGHT.
CHBSTEli. W. Va? Dec. 22.?The
arthern part of Hancock county, W.
n.. was thrown Into great excitement
st night when E. A. Freshwater ,
ruck a 150-barrel oil well on the
eorge Brennaman farm, at Arroya,
:ross the Ohio river from Wells- |
He. Of the'four wells already drilled (
)t a dry hole has come In and leases
e being gobbled rapidly. Brenna- (
an has been made one of the wealthst
man in Hancock county by the t
rlkes on his farm. }
rvrnrur uronv '
EAincmc menu i ;
?? j
ECOMMENDED BY JURY IN CASE \
OF JOHN MoKEE AND JAMES ,
MAHONEY.
PITTSBURG. Dec. 22?After an all |
ght seBslon the Jury In the conspir- \
>y cases against John McKee and ,
imes Jlahoney, tried -for Jary fixing r
tempU during the trial of "Diamond
111" Walker, rendered a verdict this
oralng of guilty as indicted, but ad- g
id a recommendation for the extreme ?
ercy of the court. The verdict was
eel veil w ith general sa tisfaction by
e county officials.
<
Largest stock of watches In the city e
Fisher's. t
? .... ..An Siw?
wiamiiwus ai ?njr pi iw? ?? ?-? ? -?? -- .
Co. M
f OR. LEON ARRESTED IN WASI
J. FOR ALLEGED 01
* WASHINGTON, D. C.. Dec. 22.?1
on the charge of having performed
.j. la Strother Bywatefs, of Culpepper,
.j. husband killed by her two brothers
? ding ceremony. The woman In her
* tions were performed upon her In 1
J. Detectives have bean In pulpept
.J. against Dr. Thompson, generally .1
>}. Thompson has been in ttopble nrl
$> fore on slidter icbirScs.
n AND DIVORCES TO BEUlfl
E AMERICAN1 FLAG
who come over here and stay on!
In Iholp nnllva Innri nml dnmnn/l sniw^
elsl privileges because of the fa&lu|&
(hey are American citizens. The
menlans, Germans, and Poles have ?|
caused the State Department;
ol trouble In demanding -protection.
A plan fy beeping on accurate reei.ide
of this country are
(pilred to register with an American |?
crnsnlar officer at least once a year. '!
Passports for Nearcltfaans.
n he commission suggests that the 9
Ixed to extend protection and grantM
passports to persons who have declar-9
ed their Intention of becoming American
citizens, but that such passports m
should not be effective In the cflWtjtJsfl
from which the persona emlgrtfildjfiiWH
It Is recommended that the expnIration
of American citizens be as-B
sumed when they obtain, natnrallihrH
Son In another country; when theyffl
engage in the service of another pojr*;f||
er, or when they remain domiciled in|S
1 foreign country for fire years wlth-M
out taking steps to malntaitt''tb|||ljB
American citizenship. 1
The commission would h'ave ;i?6jn?S
torts Issued for only two yeare, with
permission to extend them an addl-Jfl
tlonal two' years. In conolqsloir the
report recommends that all diplomatjjjfl
nructed to open negotiations with the |9
foreign governments to which :th$JM
jre%ccredited preparatory, to
ng treaty relations In harmony'trtjaH
the legislation suggested by the cqim^l
mission. . .'it-jaBM
BIJOU THEATRE
JEW AND ATTRACTIVE PLACE <>* ]
AMUSEMENT WILL OPEN!
What Is going to be done In the?gs?|
lnstnffire hnlldtna. has often hrrn tehflrfl
low Messrs. McTlghe and Aldlnger, ofjj
Hiestlon as they will to night open npjl
i new Bijou Theater there, having?
ieen busy for the past few days get- |5^^H
conduct % first class 5. cebt familv
heater. ' |
for this occasion, one
neutal piece or Dr. Dlppy's flgrriBifM
ium," a very humorous ptfoduction<$|
n addition to these will be seen;.tt^M
nost dyspeptic enjoy a good Jolly |
These gentlemen are noy condgq^
veil as at Morgantown. and expect tpBj
nake Fairmont one of thetr .p^t^^B
lent locations. 7;'^'
? ?
ome new ones, Eva Tanguayi4pj|gH||
it the Grand. iliifflW
the Centra) Chrletian
ihange at the Fairmont Tea Store, Sat- , r;
irday, December 22.
Diamond Broochea at A. B. 8cot|jS
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