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Indiana I.V.iv. rr.I warmer t- rdght: Ur.d.v :.:: s.;th. rain or srif'.v ;,, ::. me-', hat old, r. I-f MbhLgaii sn'.w t -night and l':!:.. warrii'-r tonight. OUT EVEN I N G EDITION BEND NEWS-TIM VOL. XXXVI, NO. 51. DAY AM NKSHT FULL LF.S,:i WIKi: TKLK'JItAl'iHC SKKVICK. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1919. A NEWSrAI'KR Ftii: Till! HOME WITH ALL 111 I : LoPAl. NUYVS. PEICE THE EE CENTS .ES ift Ju t 0) U KrN -v iiJ L-l I I s 1 i ) viLL ÜÜ U LEi Ju LiU Ld Livi Ii Li i i UlJ U. S. as Successor to ill FOR fl SENTENCE STTÄY REFUSED FIVE Landis' Act Draws Bitter Speech From Convicted Congressman-elect, De fending Socialism. I'.j United Prrn: CHICAGO, Feb. 20. Motion for a new trial and tor stay of sentence were denied t.y federal Judge Land's here today in the case of Victor Herder, socialist congressman-elect and four other socialist leaders. Each of the defendants asked to make a stat inent before sentences were pronounced. The live defendants who were found guilty in conspiring to violate the espionage act are; Victor Ij. P.erger. concressman- lect from Wisconsin; J. Ivouis Eng dahl. editor of various socialist pub lications; William V. Kruse, execu tive secretary of the Young People's Socialist Jeanne; Adolph Germer, na tional socialist secretary, and Ira St. John Tucker, socialist orator and writer. The rive witp indicted almost on?? iir ago hut were not brought to trial until the la-t month of 111S. The trial lasted si weeks. llTTr Assail Verdict. P.erger. tu st to speak, said a ,ve--dut such as that against the five ! f. plants would be impossible in any other country except Japan. "We all admit that we art- socialists-." said P.erger. "Our position was :.ip!y that of the international so- i ialit nunf nit'tit. Sociall-ts know capitalism can not last for ver any more than the I'. udal system endured. "We are no more guilty of con spiracy than the jud.ee himself." P.erger discu-s'-d socialism at b ng'h. detailing its reasons for op posing war. "And it was finally the uprising of Orman socialists - that vir tually ended the world war not any victory of allied troops." he said "The allies had a march of almost 'o ir weeks after the armistice be fore they reached' the German fron t ier. "This was a political trial. The si-, iali-l partv was on trial." Cr Ulci -. Jury. I. u'er criticised the Jury as "hand o ick- d" by the American Protective ;-a gue. If he uere sei.t to the penitentiary, ie rirer said, it would be positive proof tlsat .merna ha taken th place of Pus.-ia. It; place of healthy political opposition. uch sentence, he -aid. would mean the growth if iti-natnr. .1. s.cretive and dangerous ii x enie nt s lie quoted leaders of other partie to back h.i- ilaim that the --,rld ... ,r i-rv,:it.-d from commercial strug- : af.d v.i- only a trade war. "You ..ii.Mot ? : i! 1 i. 'hin.se wall a-.-in-v ideas." rger said. "There t e i '",e "nt , .i p, ,i! in Tb:-; countr ,a- v v. - f.riuu oi p.iupe: i-ui. . . e ..... :. vou cannot epel tloun you cannot (i p1( t5 you need them as a re--cr e army of industry. You cannot -ole tili.- pi o 'bm and y t this j. rob In i !.iUvt be so'. ed. "If I to be pu:5'.dv for hav- v.z to'd the truth as I s . w ir I a-Cc for r.o mercy." TO PUBLISH FSGTS Alleged Bribery in Third Na val District Fully Aired. I' I f. it. i It. : WASHINGTON. I-Yb. 1 alb-; b.icitx on th alb-ed I ribery con p:r.u'y in the third naval district. shi h :..ibVd '"draft dodders" to se--ure l.n. :-ii'. a..sfiV'nments in the navy. i'.) ! M t u as soon as facts .1 re a'.ai!uM". it na 1 am--1 at the liiivy .rj i i ! t :;". r.t today. o -:lie--r.-. I.i ut. Ib-njamin l.ti. a n..!'.'-il examiner, and Fn--.Lrn Paul J'.... k of Nw York, are :,11 in tho ir-i t vticatioii. The i t..ii' - iuo!t' a nurnb-r of otl;ers. .t '. a s-.at d. The r.ame of the er-h't.-'l rr.' n ubo arr- in )!, I in th" cor.4!i ac h..c v.ot Icen revealed. r. Denied a ISfew Tri ah Highway and Tax Bills i May Pass House Today Road Commission Measure, Changed in Many Important Respects, Slated For Passage Under Suspension. liy 1'nited Press: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 20. The ptate highway commission bill, changed In many important respects, was to be passed by the house of representatives this afternoon un der suspension of the rules. The tax bill was also to be put through if possible. The committee directed by the re publican caucus to amend the high way commission bill was ready to re port to the house and the caucus had agreed that the bill would receive the full support of the majority. The important changes are: Counties to receive ? 800.000 auto license fees and all in excess esti mated at the same amount to be giv en to the state highway fund. Tax Iovy IiKTva.Ml. nidsj must be received on three different kinds of material. Tlie tax levy is increased to Z mills. Salaries of all employes are to bo fixed by the commission. The Demaree bill providing for es tablishment of a state police force, was defeated in the house today whm a committee report recom mencing Indefinite - postponement was adopted without discussion. The house passed the Miltenberger bill increasing the pay of election CLOSE DOOR TO I Secret Service Men Make I Wholesale Arrests on Ohio I Michigan State Line. V.y United Prps: TOLi:i0, O.. Feb. 2ä. The open door to Michigan for whisky smug glers was peremptorily closed today when the United States government stepped in to prevent importation of liquor into Michigan from Ohio. Se cret service men are on the job for merly hld by the Michigan state police, who were "tired" by a su preme court invalidating search and seizure. At noon the agents, having re ceived orders to make wholesale ar rests, were driving Pack the booze laden cars whose drivers became afraid to attempt a ride of the new blockade. Authority for the federal povern mnt to act is contained in the fifth section of the postal appropriation act of 1 y 1 7, which provides punisn ment up to one year's imprisonment and Sl.C'i'O fine for any person who shall "order, purchase or cause to be transported intoxicating liquor into a dry state." Orders were issued this afternoon that whisky smugglers caught with the evidence are to be arrested be fore leaving Toledo. Up to 12:30 p. m eight arrests had been made. YADUIS Ii EIGHT Sanguinary Battles With Mex icans Near Nogales. NOGAId-:S. An;'.. Feb. :. Twö iTifruinary b ittles between Mexican .-oldu rs and Yaqui Indians have oc--;rr'd ntar Nodales in the last IS hoars. ; Th last encounter occurred with ', i:: r.in.- mile- of Nodales, Sonora. Tw-nty M-xicans were killed. The I Yaqui casualties are unknown. Boston The steamship Ker shaw was wet inside and outside un- ! til Cant. James discovered $7.00 j worth cf smuggled whisky on beard. It s a .try toat now, going to Nor folk, Va., in a dry state. BOOESM GO I official to $3 a day. The Southard bill, allowing th; state to sell swamp lands in order to raise money to drain other swamps, was also passed by the house. ' The effort to unseat Sen. Joseph Cravens of Madison, democrat, was defeated when Sen. Dobyns, chair man of the election committee of the upper house, reported that there was insufficient evidence to bring action against Cravens. Provides Commission. Son. Negley introduced a joint res olution providing for appointment of a state hygiene commission of six members. The expenses of the com mission shall be paid out of the gov ernor's contingent fund, according to the resolution. By a vote of S7 to 1 the house passed the Wimmer bill reimbursing Putnam county for taking prisoners who escape from the state farm, to the penitentiary at Michigan City. Itep. Tuthills bill, prohibiting dredging cf sand from Lake Michi gan, was passed by the house. The Symons bill, providing for in crease in salaries of circuit and su. perior court Judges o petition ot , 100 freeholders, failed to pass the house for lack of a constitutional majority. iAIIYIN Ill 0000 SHAPE Col. Stewart, U. S. Comman der, Gives Lie to Alarmist Reports of Dangers. Ity United Press: WASHINGTON. Fob. 20. The al lied command is "capable of taking care of itself against the whole bol shevik army" in northern Russia, Col. George K. Stewart, American commander, today cabled the war department. "The alarmist reports of conditions of troops in northern Uussia, as published in the press the end of December, are not war ranted by any facts." he said. "Troops have been well taken care of in every way and my Officers re sent these highly exaggerated re ports, fearing that a slur is cast on the regiment's wonderful record. Health of command is ex'cellent sick and wounded are well taken care of." NEW YORK TO CAPITAL IN 85 MINUTES; 167 MILES PER HOUR! ! WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. New j York to Washington S3 minutes j i averaee 1ST miles an hour. That's! i the record claimed today by Lieut. I F. H. Harmon, who made the flight i in a scout plane. I SUGGEST COMMISSION TO DEAL WITH ANARCHISTS P.y United Prr: LONDON. Feb. 20. The attack on Premier Clemenceau was interpreted by the British press today as an in stance of an outcropping of "bol shevism" throughout the world. Morninp newspapers, fearing an epidemic of assassinations, suggest ed that international action should be undertaken to deal with anar chies. The Daily News denounced the attack as "mad dop polities." PRES'T WILSON TO SIGN REVENUE BILL AT PORT ' WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. Prest Wilson may sign the $6,000,000.000 j revenue till shortly after he lands in , Boston. Sec'y Tumulty will take the meas ure of Ponton. Because of its great J importance the president has signi fied hi intention of signing it there. Desp otic jWILSOW TO SPEAK FATE OF LEAGUE! Administration Senators Con test to Leave Defense of Plan to President. HY I j. C. MAItTIX. Ity United Pres; WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. Pres t Wilson, and not the senate, will speak the words that will decide the American people for or against the lepgue of nations, in the opinion of senate administration leaders. They refused to worry today over attacks on the draft of the league constitution. They are in no hurry to reply to Sen. Poindexter, nor will they rush into the arena against other critics, wlio plan to hammer at the league daily from now on. Yesterday's senate demonstration, when packed galleries applauded Poindexter's assaults on the league, meant nothing in the absence of de fense of the league by the man, more than anyone else, responsible for it. administration senators said. Criticism to Help. In their absence, hostile criticism will center the public mind upon th league, create interest in the provi sions of its constitution and thus give e't Wilson an audience eager to hear what he has to say. "Pres't Wilson will make the chief speech to the great American jury," said Sen. Lewis, democratic whip. "The American people know they can rely on his being honest with them. If after hearing him they de cide the league plan is evil, they doubtless will express that view to congress without hesitation and in no uncertain terms. To Have luldie Opinion. "If they are convinced that the menaces foreseen by Sen. Poindexter and others are not real and that the league will prevent future war, they assuredly will express, that view. When the senate comes to vote upon the question, it will have before it. not only Pres't Wilson's frank ex planation of the league's charter but the people's opinion of it." Sen. Hitchcock, who will be ad ministration spokesman in whatever reply is to be made to critics, said today he does not know when he will speak. Sen. Pornh, who by declining Pres't Wilson's invitation to a white house conference on the league be came a leader of the opposition, may present his views today if he can complete his preparations in time. Sen. Heed intends to speak Satur day. D Mexicans Threaten American; t on Trumped Up Charge, j Uv Tnltd Pro: NEW YOI1K, Feb. 20. Edgar M. Wilkins of Savannah, Ga., arrived here today on the Ward line steam- ' ship Monterey, accompanied by his ' wife and boy, after havintr been j driven out of Mexico. Wilkin is an ! engineer with the Pueblo Tramway. ! Mexico, and recently was charged, he said, with furnishing dynamite to blow up the plant of a rival concern operated by Mexicans, He declared he established an ali bi and the affair was dropped tem porarily. The Mexican returned later, however, with an armed guard and ordered him to leave the country. Wilkins i erdn'-r to Washington to present his case to the federal au thorities. FORMER COUNTY CLERK ADMITS EMBEZZLEMENT P.r United Pre v : 'FORT WAYNE. Ind.. Feb. :!0. Former County Clerk David C. Stout Is on his way to state prison today to serve from one to five years. Stout was arraigned in circuit court late yesterday and pleaded guilty on one of four counts charg ing embezzlement. Feddes the prison sentence. Judse Wood assessed a fine of $.1S0. Stout's shortage In office is al leged to be over $20.000. I S DECK RIVE I OUT Assails TT 'SIP 15 TOSSED BY GALE. MAY BE DELAYE Boston Plans For Reception of Chief Executive Prob ably Monday. f.y Unite.l Press: BOSTON, Feb. 2U. Tlit transport George Washington is cxfccted to anrhe In Boston Monday, arordiiig to a wireless message today to Admiral Spen cxr Wood of th first naval dis trict. The information came from oih of 111' vesM'Is t-onvoy-ing the president's ddp. ABOABI) Tin; r. S. s. Gi:OUGi: WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 (night) While planning to reach Boston Monday, Pres't Wilson may hi delayed until Tuesday by a gale which sprang up this afternoon. Tin strong wind was accompanied by a driving rain. I5v United Pres: 'BOSTON. Feb. 20. Plans for the reception of Pres't Wilson were practically completed today subject to change if Joseph P. Tumulty, the president's secretary, believes any modifications are necessary. Mayor Andrew J. Peters has made all arrangements for the reception Monday, although the presidential ship may arrive Sunday, in which case it is understood she will lie at anchor in the lower harbor until Monday morninpr. It is known that Pres't Wilson desires to avoid a dem onstration on Sunday. The George Washington will be met by practically all the naval ves sels stationed here, and by at least three ships carrying: the mayor's committee of welcome. Admiral Spencer Wood, of the first naval dis trict, has made arrangements for six destroyers to po out to sea and con voy the hip: liner to port. To Keep Boats Away. When the George Washington steams up the harbor to her berth at Commonwealth pier she will be sur rounded by a fleet of 29 patrol boats, which will keep any other vessels away from the president's ship. Mayor Peters. Maj. Gen. Edwards and Admiral Wood will come along side the liner when she enters quar antine. It is now planned that the presi dent shall so to the Copley Plaza hotel, which is within a short dis tance of Mechanics hall, where he will make his speech Monday even ing. So preat is the demand fnr ad mission to the hall that the mayor's committee is issuincr tickets only on application by mail. Mechanics hall seats nearly 7.000, which is a small proportion of the people who wish to hear the presi dent speak. STORMS DELAY 18 TRANSPORTS BRINGING 20,000 MEN HOME i i P.v United Press: ! NEW YORK. Feb. 20. Severe storms, sweeping the Atlantic, have delayed arrival here of IS trans ports, carrying nearly 20,000 men. Wireless reports last night and today stated that all the ships were weathering the gales, but that many would be several days overdue. Some have been forced to run for Ber muda for coal and repairs, the mes sages said. The steamer Henderson, due to- j day with 1,200 wounded, is heading' for Permuda. according to a radio! picked up by the battleship Kansas and relayed to the naval station here. The President Grant wirelessed last nicht that she had heard dis tress signals from the small Polar Hear, which carries three casual of ficers, and was going to her aid. . A message from the Woonsocket. which left Bordeaux Jan. 27. and wn due here 10 days ago, said he had lost a propcllor blade, but was proceeding to port under her own steam. Twenty-one soldiers are aboard. ATLANTA, Ga. Robert Hines. a Negro, doesn't like moonshine any more. The moon shone so brightly at 2:0 a. m.. he thought it was daylight, started to work and landed in jail, charged with loitering. on Senator's Story of Camp Misery is Not Borne Out by Soldiers' Statements 1 5 mi i wnit.iH l,;.M J.,i wi ii i I. ijnMiii.ujtuu.nl J !. i .' .. f - rr--, wVcV - . J f. Iii y.t v S ;:VV' v. r- . J v '- ! fa UuX. .I-;-- AT" -'- e--F-' -: - ' i I '" 1 . '.' W'ywUl WJ jllltl'3 .11,11 w.u f.rl PHI.IIIIJIIIIIIHIII.I JIM.JI !! VI I I flWUm-'j HKS. ItOBI'BT Ii. OWi:X. S.n. Owen of Oklahoma returned to tho United States the othf-r day with lurid accounts of how miserable conditions In Brest, the American army base in France, were driving mon to suicide. These reports make the article in the udjoinlntf columna particularly Interesting Inasmuch as it gives the unbiased views of enlisted men ab well ub officers who are now stationed at Brest. ELLIOTT CRIES 'DOUBLE GROSS' Former Saloon Keeper De clares Police Are Making Him the "Goat." Clarence Elliott, the Polk t. col ored politician and former saloon keeper whose place of business wasj)Uiet demolished by the police on the afternoon of Feb. 1. declares that he has been decorated with the "dou ble cross" by the Carson adminis tration. Elliott's case was set down for a hearing Thursday morning before Special Judge Donald Drummond, but George Kurtz, counsel for El liott, prevented his client having a hearing in the lower court by ' de manding a jury. It is the policy of County Pros. Samuel I. Schwartz not to try jury cases in the city court, and he immediately notified the presiding judge that the case against Elliott would be refiled in the circuit court. After the case had been continued in the city court to March 1 in order to give the state sufficient oppor tunity to rende the charges in the hiph'T court. Elliott became confi dential in the corridors of the city hall. "These babies over here are dou ble crossing me," he declared. "A fellow can go ahead and elect a mayor and the rest of them to of fice, and then he gets what I am getting. cor.tinud the former ( saloonkeeper. "I'm simply bdng made th goat When they got me that time they passed up several other places Just to mike me th goat. Theso babies over here forget what a fellow doe? for them. livery time cornet. ony tiuys n . drink these babies say that he buys' it at my place. They didn't find any liquor at my place, did they? I never sold any whisky. This thim j is all a frameup. and they rre trying! to make me the goat. There is! never a thing that happens that it j is not laid at my tdace. But what's fe use?" he concluded as he went j back to hi former saloon on Polk st. ! The case of Billy Meyers, whos. bar rlxtures were taken out by the polic- the same afternoon that El liott's were, and which was to h iv been tried Thursday morning, was continued to March 1 by Special , . . . . , , . . . that the case may be heard bv Judge ' 'JiilllTi . CUBA PUTS EMBARGO ON WHEAT; WANTS TO SELL CORN SUPPLY WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. Cuba has placed a 0 days' embargo on ine imporiauon ci wneat r.our. tneii:erj. co;.ncii. wnicn woubl ect all war trade board announced today, .no reason was gien. nut on.ciais i ine war minister, ref u;,,g to eon- . . d h.-r p-.r-belie-e the Cubans desire to market j sider thes;- propo-als. resit-ned. A .ag '.!' took b: a larjre corn crop, which was boosted I cernpltte political uph aal is fear- starting- in by war necessities. ed. ' broke away, sh- ULLET PIERCES PREMIER'S LUNG 'cording to the inhabitant.- ' earn i tb s-lv Causes Slight Hemorrhage But; ItnInorsUareXan,!'u'"... Clemenceau is in Good Condition. Ily Unite.! Pres : TT jj T Tii r -.t rt.-. i en. :u. ine assassin s i penetrated one of Premier Clemenccau's lungs, causing a slight hemorrhage yesterday afternoon, ?t was olficially announced today. His condition, however, was said to ! satisfactory. ' b-r, most of whom ar- aid to l;a The statement said: ' b--om' infeeted . r r.eit.- iier. "There was a sligbJ hemoptysis, nr ),.f(r- they . ft the Unitd Stat. -(hemorrhage of the lung-s) at 1 it aP- irab.i'bv ".in wb.o db-.i o'clock yesterday afternoon, owing wbib- eorning -'.er. Th'-v M-ur. - to the lullet's penetration of the lung. The general local condition was very satisfactory. Temperature was normal and the premier to'.k a nor mal amount of food." The X-ray examination of the pre- mier was announced at noon to progressing normally. The bullet which lodged in his back had not been located, but another bullet was found last night on the fioor of the bedroom. IhiKsian Plot Hinted. A Freneh eonsul who returned from Russia some time ago over heard In the Uus-ian library in Paris a month ago a Russian agitator dis msdng the possibility of disguising ::ussian soldiers in French uniform-- . as part of a plot against ''b mene au. i The police Watched the library there after, but were unable to obtain any further evidence of the conspiracy. i It had been ascertained that Emile Cottjn, the assassin, has been closely connected with llus-ian prisoner who were recently repatriated. No decision had been rearhed to day whether Cottin will be tried bv a militarv or civil tribunal. SEND IT1 Soldiers Council of Munich Demands Radical Ch anges. V.y Uiate i l'r-s: AMSTEIII'AM. Ffd "h. sol- ...f 1 t-J diers and wfirkn-.en s ru ;r.e.l , ' ! Munich has is.-;erl an uitin.afi: j the Pavarian government, according to dispatcher received her- today, demanding that it resign or agre.- t ti : io ine loiiowing: IMsmissal r f a number of cor..-er- vatie otücial. Diss-dutIon of the cadet corps. Reorganization of the Pavarian army under the control of the so- t o"er. - - - - - - - - - - . - - v v LURID 1ES OF SUFFERING CO NTR AD I CTEu Investigation Among Officers and Men Shows American Base is Far From Worst. Private Praises Food. The folloMing faet- rr re pealed thtouuh a ption.il in.--ticatiou b lli- eoi rpMiib'iit of conditions at Bre-t. tht Ain ri-an haM in IVane'. Tli ai r..pe ially intr-t iim in i-w of the Mat contradiction, of ird .tri-. l mii'i) in the ainf lmm:lil l Sen. liobt ii L. (Ihcii, who itt i'in Iv ;iriiril from Iran. I'd it e-. P.Y I.OUI I.L Mi l l I I I. i "op r ieht . 1 ' 1 '' ' !'. I'nile ! !:. P. It EST. F. b .' Pi -- ' i !) the be.-1 Jill lit .1 i" '' ' 1 ' : world, but M i- far f'-oin the vor-". in the opinion of :!i-er iü a ; permanently .stationed heie. An investigation. e..nl 'o 1 ! i ! : such cifeainstanr'-s as ihe situation will permit. :ai!--t t. - ib-t.mt iat ; charges that Pre-' i- a ""i nr Th;;l the ln'Il ar- ltl!l.s hob f mi- I inanagem -nt. It trm- th .t. in om itnon with mu h of w. evu Fran.--'there is a sup r-a bundara -e of inn-; 'but this is due to elimatir and U-'- logical i-on.jitiei.s. This -.osld not b 'l avoided, as Br.-t was s.-le.-ted a- a ba.se becau.-e ..f strat. ei-- and !' - graphieal rea.-or.s. I Reports of .'.': king food and v-:i itarv eonditions ai- i:nfoiini-d. a. j been eire-ilated in tie- I'tiit' d State -: 'that :',"iir Ano-riean xddiers di-d i Pr st during S-pt-mber .nd -tob -r j of the Ja.-t e.tr. Th- fact- :v. cordin. to tigures giv a the corre ' pond'iit that from N embei-. 1 '.1 7. ! when 'amp Potit a n 7. .' n wbei )bliers are i-onuregated t. awn't ' t ra nspor tat b -a b rn e - s a s - tabisi: Up to tlie brs? ef tile pres. month, tlier- wej- l.L'll deaths froia all cause.;. This in-! jd. th- VKtin-s of the pnentnoiiia an1 inilnei. 7.a p - a. r in 1 1 1 1 r ? i 1' I )ctn! r and Septeja were authorize 'I by G r. 1 ndc-k. bas co?i"ii::a n-b r ; (bn b ' PutK-r. -oii".ni a ii'l i :.' it Pentan'-zzen. a nI ' 1. -y i He!. Sme.e . -.' . i:d: l.rjcii s'UTge. i i. Th a fi.i rh.tt it-.-: the sir-k and .1 . ; -a i :i rat- . v. bb b la Tolb--- more Atii'-ti- ran troop-- than the pe.ve-T of :.r. iy oTtier pTT. miT in Fr; n-e. 'A White Man' Camp." A privat. ;r..m 'a !:forni . 'e,l tliat ' t::'p lbt::ane77' n : ttraf ti-e than "an.p l,'".v;. ;,r,,),'ir !v j- i rnf.rta! b Ii T.at tb t the - ar ii i r, ''-, t d c i red ' b r imp in Franee."" - "P'-O'iU-e," be t - !.. von rif.'bt ber.-." "Wli'tt do oa 'er "Vä-!l th'-re'- b-t and vo'i don't b.ave r. . - V for o A .11' 'Vhv, they bad hot thing-; f'r i;s wha n o- 'r i i tj-ain j v.-e tr atid a hrr linea r v a x to can; p. altho'igh it -v i - tbe r.-d.'.dle of the night. 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