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TINDALL IS
LAUDED FOR
JAP FIGHT
Anti - Japanese Lea gu e
Adopts Resolutions Com
mending Him and Star
Immediately upon tba of
the antl-Juptweae bill by the leslKla
tur«v the Anti Jai>ancaa laarue of
this city adopted reaolutiona prtdsln*
Councilman Phillip Tindall for hi"
* ork In behalf of the measure. and
»l«o Ihanklnic The ftiir for Its anil
Japanese fi»ht. The nwolutlona fol
low;
"Re tlliln* and appreciating the
splendid work that has been done
Co-ope ratio* with our oncanltatlon
by many men and women In official
positions and other wnlks of life. es
pecially the consistent work of The
Seattle Star In aldlnit In the p«*-»a«e
Of bouse bill T9 (antl-Japi. yet we
feel that the frreateat credit la due
to our follow truatea, Councilman
«itllp Tindall.
•"Prior to Mr. Tlndall's election a*
councilman. be had personally tnvas
tiiratcd the Jnpnnese situation, and
voluntarily, without aaklnc any In
dono-ment of his candidacy from ua.
offered hlj a»*l*tAnre in any way
possiHa. Ilia consistent and per
sistent work, sometimes at a rrent
personal aarrlflra both financially
■nd otherwise, haa. In our estima
tion, been the preatest factor In this,
our vU-tory In the at ale lecisLature
and IMS pro red that he at least haa
been na true blue to hi* pre-el«tlon
principle* aa he waa to the American
irovernment during It* time of need
thru the rre«t war. Now therefor*,
be It resolved:
"That w«. the board of tm-rteea.
•stend to Ititllp Tlndatl our moat
grateful thanks and ronjrnuulallona
on hi* personal success. aa well aa
the success he ha* broucht to our or
■filiation; and be It further resolved
"That our friend. The Henttie Htar.
be handed a copy of thla resolution,
with a request to publish same, and
that, aa It has been the only daily
paper which hns stood with us In
thla matter, thla copy will not be fur
luaheU any other city daily. (Klgned)
lIKUT C. ROSS. Prt*
ROUT E. ORKKH. Sec.
Here's a Man With
a Brand New Alibi
CTTTCAOO, March 4—Pr Rudolph
Albert Grien, jmuluate of half ilourn
college*, told the police when arraet
ed for *ly>pllftlag that while expert
(Dentin* In a chemical latwratory ha
•fit hi* fln*»r and contra< t#d an In
curable dlaeaae. Knowing he mint
die aoon. he i»!d. he decided to our
round hlm»etf with mibjecta of art.
Tn hi* apartment were found, ttie po
lice lay. a collection of replica* of
Claw lea l aculpturea, alatu
ary and rare lacea.
Alleged Perjurer
Given New Trial
Cal Smiley, brick contractor, con
victed of perjury In the necond de
gree be.auae of alleged atatementa
Ike mada regarding a building en
which he worked, waa gmnted a new
trial by Presiding Judge King Dyke
man Thuredny.
NELSE CHRISTENSEN 71. DIED
Thruaday on the operating table at
Providence boapttal ll* la survived
by hla widow. Mrs. Sophie Christen
•en, 1414 E. Madison at. Funeral at
1 p. m. Sun-lay, Bonney-Wataon
chapel.
Y~~ FIRST
|v' IT PAYS
W Here are nine of (he Good Things that yon oin pnt in yrarr has- ' M
j X ket this week-end—all at Groceteria Money-saving Prices. And ♦
Jr/A/ there's lots of Hig IJ;irenins, on every shelf at every one of the im J
■jx* . Thirty Stores. Get to know the Groceteria near your home and *
fix N youH find the way to every-day economy. yymf
R'y STANDARD CORN, can...lo* FELS NAPTTIA SOAr— .
\nJ STANDARD TOMATOES— two bars 15* NaJ
\jP f \ ? 9 . LENOX SOAP, two bars....o# A_J
7\ YOLO PEAS, 2." 12 per can 7* '
t\J VAN CAMP'S LEANS— CANNED PEACHES, 2^8.19* vfc!
k'jft KS 1 CANNED APRICOTS, 2i/.sls* Wf
Kt PARK pineapple,*,...27* §
fV; V li£ AMr " S I,OMIOT - SNOWDRIFT, is,2tif; 2».41# I/4
VAN CAMP'S SOUPS 10* M p'r'nmT n m
yCV . CO-OPERATIVE AND FED- M „f* J'-ICSP 1 C $PT J E—15... 45* U
Jtv\/ ERAL MILK, tall can 10}$* 3s ' 1 1 ' 32 ' Gs ?3.1.> • /Ki
fAy WASHINGTON MACARONI JT |' l ' V JhLL - 10 * \74
three packages 25* JELL-0 10* i.*W
iT'/f SimEDDED WHEAT,pkg. 15* HOLLY FLOUR—24»/ 2 s *1.23 V' V?
«\\ KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES 49a $2.37 A A
#V X * two packages 25* CENTENNIAL— 24>/>5,51.33 t, "A
\\J POST TOASTIES— 49s $2.55 \/]
la\ 2 ' V REX IIAIiD WHEAT FLOUR • VVa!
lif v OLYMPIC PANCAKE FLOUR
I package 23* 49a . $2.73 4
at"o pr,ces {Jroceteria &
srOKES V .STOREYS COMPANV
NEW YORK HAS RECORD SNOW
S'e\r York city is rhown foundering about in the biagest
unoustorm in four yrara. Thirteen inches fell in H hour*.
Wind drifted it many feet high in places, stalling cars and
automobiles. •
Playwright Theatre
la London's Latest
I/WPON. March A -Play
wrtght's Theatre" for ona-tlay show*
lo teat out untried plola la tha latest
here. Ml** Irene llentschel, secre
tary. says the coat Is apportioned and
horn* entirely by the producer. If Ibe
play, after a teat, la accepted.
"they WORK
while you sleep"
Too are bftlmja, and
what yn need la ona or two rfc*
caret* tonight *ur» for your liver
and boweia. T!.»n yin will wake
up wondering what became of your
dladnera, fink headache, bad ccld.
or upaet. gaeey itomach. No grip
ing —no lnconr»nl*nea. rtillrtrm
lore Oa*car*t*. tn«. l», M. So cent*
Bullet Is Flattened
by Man's-Hard Skull
WINSTKD. Conn. Man-h « Thl«
rfty of a mvn wtth a harder
akull than the man »h• >n« mute
broke It* >g when It kicked hire In
the heiuL A .*3 cmllbey bullet, fired
at cloea range. *truck I'hltlp Niche
low on the forehead and flattened It
•etf out. The akutl «u not even
rmrkid. Tti* alleged marksman.
Stanley Stacht, \*m held uniler ball
TO DARKEN HI
APPLLSAGE TEH
A (n> appOattorM of Rage Tea ami
holphor bring hack lie rigor,
tutor, (lum and jouLhfuloeja*
Comrum garden *ag» brewed Into
a heavy tew with eulphur ad 1«-<1
will turn gray, atreaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant.
Ju*t • few application* will prove a
rerrlation tf your hair lo fading,
•freaked or gray. Miilng the Hagr
Tea and Sulphur redp* at horn*
though, la troublranma. An *aet*r
way la to get a bottle of Wyeth'*
Sag* and Sulphur Compound at any
drug Mora and all ready for u»*
Thla la the old time recipe. impr«>v art
by the addition of other inrredlenta
While wiapy, gray, faded hair I*
not alnfut. we all deaira to retain
Mir youthful appaarnnrw and at
traatlveneaa. Ity darkening Tour
hair with Wyeth'* Saga and Sulphur
Compound, no one can tell, became
It doaa It en naturally, ao arenly.
You Just dampen a aponge or m4t
brush with It and draw thla through
your hair, taking ona amall a trend
at a time-, by morning a!| gray hair*
liar* disappeared. and. after another
application or two. your hair be
come. beautifully dark, gloeay, aoft
and luxuriant.
Thla preparation la a delightful
totlet requiKit* and la not Intended
for the cure, mitigation or prevrn
tkm of di-waae,—Adevniaement.
TIT E SEATTLE STAR
ACQUITTED OF
SHOPLIFTING
Jury of 12 Men Clears
Woman of Charge
A wr<lM of kngultll) for Mrs. Le
ona Lovelee moving picture house
pianist and must teacher rlinrir^l
with concealing and withholding
goods that had b*»n aialen from da
partmont atoraa by shoplifters «u
returned try a Jury In Judge Boyd J
Tallman's court Thuraday night, aXt
•r about thru* houra' deliberation.
BeveraJ woman, taallfytng for tha
■tata, had admit tad their ahopllftlng
lutlvllim, declaring thay took tha
loot to Mrm. I/ov»lee to aril. Mra
liOVOlaa, howavar, contended aha did
not know tha gnoda vera atolan. Tha
jury waa rximpaoad of is mra.
This Man Sure Had
His Nerve With Him
liONDON, March <.-~A young wlfa
who aeked tha Wllleoden magtalnala
for • aumtnona a«alriat hrr huatauid.
complained that ha aaaaulled har ha
cuuaa aha rwfumd to algn a New
Y«ar"» agreement prcmlalng: Not to
enter hrr nelghbor'a hoiiaa; not to
apaak to anyoua In tha atreet; not
In ««• bar mothar until alia waa
dead.
$300,000 to Meet
the King of Spain
PAltlft, March 4 l*rlnc» Antnln*.
of ortaan*. waa defendant In an w
Uon In tha court*. IN WHICH 1100 000
wn« mentioned ** pom-nl for an In
troduetlon lo the king of Hpaln. In
Hl* lh* firm of Mayen A Hon handed
to |lw prlm» tli* *um ivnd declared It
WM a loan. II" denied Uila and aald
tha monay w»a given to hlrn to Intro
duo* a member of tli* firm to tha
king, and he performed the aarrlna.
gNmjMcMAWKg
*mST 4MB. BETWEOt P/NSAND UNION STS.
Entrances First and Second Are*.—SATURDAY SPKCIALS—;Market (loses 6 P. M.
AMERICAN GROCERY STORES CO.
IIKII* voi its r.tr fjnoc KKV— rrrr.R noon, rorniAt, rraur MARKET
I K.VTKAI. <»KOCKKI—I4)\% I It rtvOOR, ( KNTIIAI. IM llljr MARKKT
HMTTMt I.KOt Mil —ftRATTI.It MARKKT. «H«II»KVTAU AVK AND YKSl.ni WAT
UAII. OKItI.U DWARTMUNT—IiIt WBSTKK.N A* K I'HONK I.U JOTT M 74
Pure Cane Sugar, cloth bajjs, 5 lbs.. .45* 1 Campbell's Srnipn. all varieties 11*
10 lbs 80* Cream of Wheat, pkjr 25*
Carnation Milk, tall cans 10'jC Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs w 25*
Federal and Co-Operative Milk 10* I Triscuit, pkjr 15*
PRESERVES, JAMS, JELLIES and PINEAPPLE
Yoar Favorite Brands at Pre-War Prices '
PINEAPPLE
Del Monte, Flimfs Staple and Kosedale Hunt's Supreme, Llbby*s and Hawaiian
Brands— ( tab—
Sliced 2V4*, 35*; 3 for f 1.00 37 *' 3 f ° T
Grated . 32* siK?*/ M# i 8 fir!!l I! 1!!!! 05?
Sliced 2s, 32f; 3 for 90* Grated 31*
Grated 20* No. 1 cans Sliced, 10*; jrrated .17^
TEA GARDEN PRESERVES
ld-01. Ju- Strawberry, RMfibcrry. 4»C Mnl np | p ,. 7<n _ JMc , 23c
IvOjranberry, Blackberry, 43* .J"
N'o. 2 can Strawberry SO* *<«• J * ms • Js*
Raspberry «0* Black Raspberry, 9-oz. 28*
D*l Mont* Fmiry Oroatiy Corn. <*n. to# ' P*nk FUlmnn. tail ran —............ 10#
ilmtm IU.IS Ort*Chlnnok H.iJmoo. tail ran ................ 2T<
Rrldff* P.rund Cbm, flna qoa'ity, (am 15# llroun !Up* Ollvaa, No. 1 can 23#
do«*n ft .73 j Kcndder'* Oui* and M.-tpl* Uymp. fln*»<t quality, pint
California Btandu.nl Tomatoa* b*«t erode, 3 Lurr* ] can 37#
una 32# Aunt Jemima Itnrkwl *at. 4 rtv, l«(. 43#: pkir. 13#
Hunt's Btipr*n» Apricot*. Ur*» ran* 3»# i Id>x CaUo Hyriit* m»d 39*. Uric* 91.0 ft
Iftmt'a Htapl* Y. Clin* P*«rJ»ra, No. 1 ran....13# j Fw*»th*art Hoap 3#
Hunt's HupmiM YelU/w Kr*r I'rat hea, lea. can 35# ' l.lqutd Vrnx-i, 5ma11....... 13#, 1arr*........33#
J for 91.00 I,tix 11#
IXulkw and AprtoitA twl quality, can 19# I.l*h'!iou«* Onntw .8#
1 for . 35# | wt.lt* I.lnnen, pure wt>tU> hlr*> erad* snafs
I>el Monte !>** *xtra mirar. ckn. 21#; I for 81# ( for 21#
Fp*rtnl axtra. ran. 2-*# 1 for «»# l#tuu Hoap. « for .25#
I'aUt I\>la. ran. 29#; 1 for... K3# Ivory Soap. J Inrre tara ........ . 25#
Tirijr I'etit l'ols, aui........ .32# Arirn Corn HUB-h, 11 n. I V r*. t for 25#
I for 93# (ir**n Turt]* Soup, 1 cuii. 25#
Htraab*rrt*«. No S can 33# i Hll!.'»)al* A*nararu* Tip*, lb ran 27#
Heedrd Itjilslns. 11-or.. pkr 17#; 1 for. ...50# ! l.il.by'* Small Whit* Ajtpnrnrua T p*. run..... SO#
|w| Mont* 8r*«ll**» ltainlna, Ho?. pkg 23# Hnider'n lar*e bottl*. 29#; arnjill... ,19#i
ftutt* Clara Bw# I'runaa, ulra Uric* sU*. lb. 25# Holder's Oil 11 or C<* kt ill Suuro. larf* .37#
t ll* .45# j Cateey* Match**, * botri... 22#*. 12 for... .42#
larr* slxa. »" a .33# llill a Ite«l ("an Offsa, Ih.. »«#. ?H Iba.. ..01.12
fnnll «t«*V 3 Ilia 23# M. J 11. Cofftw. lb 43# 1 ll* 91.29
nalnt'a linked I Iran a, aman 12# Q ur "Special" Bk'Tld Coffeo—
tn*dium IN#; lar(t 27# ii 00.. •> ii._ f|*.
Whit* or T*llow Com M**t No. 10 ha*a 34# 1 1 H1„ ,u * *V ' ' . . ** \V
ruber's i!i*n.i Kinnr. <» ih. i«k 92.n0 Guaranteed equal to any 40 cent
Small Whit* lleana, finest rrads. 1 Iba 20# Coffee in town !
« iba ............. 39# HnMI Ceylon—Black is the best Tea and
warn co^\™;wb
fjlly's Pimtry Flour, No. 10 Kif. Rs#
Übliy Corned ncef, No. 1 Una ..........25# i ' pound ,0!(C
Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. Free Delivery to Shipping Stations.
FREE COFFEE- FREE
When near any of the "Downtown Frye Markets," drop in and have a Free Sam
ple of our VERY BEST COFFEE. It's Fresh lioasCed Daily and will please the "Most
Particular Taste."
"If you try it once, yon will use it always.'*
Our prices are as low as any, and our quality cannot be beaten.
Our prices, per pound, are 2S*, 30<, 35< and -10?
Our Coffees are Fresh Roasted Daily, and Guaranteed to please or Money Back.
TRY OUR LIGHT LUNCHES—"None Better in the City."
SPECIAL SATURDAY—CREAMED CHICKEN ON TOAST 30#
WESTERN COFFEE STORES, Inc.
1420 FIRST A VENL'K— CENTRA I, MARKET 112(1 IIIINT AVENI'E—OLYMPIC MARKET
UW OCCIDENTAL AVE.—BEATTI.E MARKET
WASHINGTON VEGETABLE COMPANY
Kxtra Fancy Wlneaap Appl**. Yellow Newtown Apple*, dx.ls# Lemona, 5 for 10#
p *' r box 92.00 Florida Unipcfrult, earh..,.lo# Extra Fancy Tomatoes, Ih. 30<
Yellow Newtown Applea, per Extra Sweet Navel Oranexe Extra Fancy Hothouse Hhu
box ....... 91 .SO 3S# tairh, 2 Ibn. for «15<*
r>rl«d On long, mu-k 91.23 i'--. ... Nice Celery, atulk lO#
Runklat Navnl flranr., A „ ,4 * frn ► *n< yV, ln*nap Applea, N1( ,,. , {nJu| Le ttut *a<h...lO<
Sunklat Nnrel
■hitf-r <\w Ift<» Si-ftlirFw Grapefruit, 5 f0r...25# Yakima Orm Hpud®, » »>■..35#
CANDYSTALL
V NTCXT TO lIKI.P YOI'HSKIJF UIIOCTRT
Oood liar* lb 22# P'ancy Fruit .Mil™, «4 lb .....IB#
*»***. lb at# Hand-dipped Chocolate, lb 45#
Mnm<. Made Divinity, •«sort«<l flavors, lb no# o«rn Oum Oroii. |b 25#
Chocolate Drop*, lb 3B< Utiidy Huek»ta ........... ............!lS#
"Spirit" Says
Suicide Was
a Big Mistake
ftpeaiklng Thilfadny nlrrht to Mrs
F. O, Carlton a medium living at 413
Hat ava. N. tha "spirit" of Professor
Thomas Lynn Bradshaw who look
hU own life In IJtlrult ran'rntly In
pruva the nan enmmunlrcita
with the living, tha "aplrti" auift
"It una a gT»mt mlataha. I urn on
happy hero. It la a Bm.it inlatiikr to
aerk forbld<lru knowledge lam inla
arabix *
PrnfunKw lira/I»haw delivered hla
impair* thru a tin horn In a dark
Mird rix fn of Mra. Carlton'a home. A
number of gurat* warn prmrnL
Latest Hat Makes
Eyes Mysterious
LONDON, March C—Tha lataat
wintar hat for women, with Ita "fall"
of flounca of Itua round tha brtm,
Klvna to a pair of vpeaklng ryea that
Mr of myatery wrought formerly by
tha pull on hat with tha aggrraalva
burn, which in aoma nuiaa cooiplntnly
hid our aya and <*>ii<e»!rd half the
othar. Tha Tail ma -k la now arrn
frequently upon Uia wlnlar hat. It
ta vrry bocofiilng.
Women to Build Big
New York Hostlery
HEW YOltK. Hvb «.~jnan*
hav* tiwn mad* for th* o«n*trii< lion
of a II *tory cluli building for wotuan
ivl * e««t of |1.604.0ng. Tli» nil* 1*
on Waal fifty a*vruth iUwl nrtr
H*««nlh avenua.
Here's New Recipe
for Mending Leak*
KKW TOHK. March Wtlllajn
Or<*y. wli> a leak In th« gtui tank of
hi* auto, took th* tank to hi* kitchen
■tova to aolder It. I'oll e calmed lh*
neljchbora after th* etploition.
COULD REDbCE
TAXES MILLION
And Fitzgerald Says He
Proposes to Show How
Hammering awny on Ilia point thai
Hcaltla tii tfn riifwt ba lowtrrd and
Hint he nan ahow tha way to do It,
former Mayor C. B. Fitzgerald ran
•l til t» for tha city council, addrea*a»l
a meeting ,u Ui» North Inn Thura
diiy evening.
"The high coat of municipal gov
•rrimrnl," ha aitld, "la tha oulatand
lug feature of tlia prwaent campaign,
mora forcibly munlfnaied now alnio
the a'reet rullwiiy haa born proved
to ha on a paying baala.
"I ha»a repeatedly atgted thnioul
the rampnlpm tliat 1 am preparing
lo wrlta a budget ahowlnf a drcraaiM
In the M of government of from
Itoo.ooo to ft.000.n00."
Moonshiners Agree
to Give Up Stills
VANCKOTTnn. Ky, March A—
Following an anriounoament that Im
munity would ba granted moonahln
era who brought In thrlr atllla. flvr
havr b«an turned over to Uia diatrlct
attorney.
GANNicn CANNED
Bt.MWOon, I lid, March Jar*
raoorda on phunoKraplui In fraternity
houam In (ha woe mn.ill I.our* dl*
turlied neighbor* t'ollan chief or
dered phonograph pluylng barred
from luidulifbt IktuiUiy to dwu Huh
d*r
MOTHERS MEND
For Expectant Mother*
Itia IT THREE IEREIATIOR
•» M BfntlMMl »M HIT Moq
C# MM. •*. AIUVT4 •*.
Mob* Raid Bakeries
in Detroit "Ghetto"
DETROIT. Mi< h.. March i - Mob*
•tornied l.ik<rl»« In tha "ghntln"
■•ctlon of U'lroll y«*t*rda|r aft*r
mmn In pp/l'il ■*klii*t lti» high
[jrl« of bread.
Cu»torn«r» *m*rftn« from oy
■•or* w*r* pounced upon and loa**
of bmul taken th*m onil
thrown Into th* ■tr«""t. Polio# dla
IxTM'd tha dl*turb*ra.
No «*riou« iJjitnnK* «m don* Th*
d*nton*lrntkm» *r*re th* <ulmiuallun
of iwvrriil fl.iy» of affltatlon.
$750,000 Fire Loss
in Radiator Plant
HCTtANTON, Pa.. March 4 r>»irv
UK* of (760.000 w»a don* and 100
men w*r* thrown out of *mploym*nt
hy a fir* y**t«rd»y In the plant of
111* Wllllameport Hadlntor company.
I
Did you ever ride
in a street can
with someone nearby carrying coffee in a paper bag? C*
course, and the appetizing aroma made you hungry for i
rup of it, too. .
When the person carrying that coffee reached
package wa* intact, but a large percentage of the
the real life of the article, had disappeared into the
phere, with the reoult, if the coffee had been of the bettev
clan, of a wire loss of many cents per pound. Think of it—
paying a good price to get a quality coffee and then losing
much of what you pay for—flavor—simply because it is not
packed right. This is no uncommon occurrence.
WHEN YOU BIT HILLS BROS. "RED CAN" YOU GET
IT ALL. THE VACUUM TIN KEEPS THE FLAVOR Uf
tmUM Hills Bros.
Red Can
• cc. uim opr.
BIG SPECIALS
FOR
SATURDAY
AT
FRYFS MARKETS
PURE LARD, bulk, n/v
per pound dCtUC
SUGAR-CURED CARNATION r% f-
BACON LOC
CHOICE SUGAR-CURED r%r\
PICNICS £UC
CHOICE HEEF POT ROAST, 1 O 1
per pound k& 2 C
CHOICE ROLLED RIB ROAST, qj
per pound
CHOICE ROUND ROAST, no
per pound fcifclC
CHOICE PORK ROAST,
per pound £&tQ,
CHOICE VEAL ROAST, « *
per pound 14ft|
CHOICE MUTTON ROAST; 1 A
per pound 14C
PORK LIVER, c
per pound
PORK BACKBONE,
5 pounds
BUTTER SPECIAL
FANCY QUALITY CREAMERY A m
BITTER, per pound 4i)C
2 pounds for \\
FRYE'S~MARKETS
Olympic Market—First Avenue, of Tike SL
American Market—Third Avenue and James Street
Western Meat C 0.—1102 Western Avenue
Ballard Meat Co.—, r >l4s Ballard Avenue
Bay City Market—l42o First Ave. m
Central Meat Co.—First Ave., bet. Pike and Union
Seattle Market—Occidental and Yesler Way
FRIDAY, MARCH i, 1921.
Says Rotten Sal mot*
Given to Soldid
WAWHrNUTON, March 4-—Charß
that 1.000,000 m.n» "f imlmnn
dinra nut of 34. 000,000 examined IK
th* bureau of ch«rnl*try, contalX,
rattan fmh. wwa m >d* In th*
report <>f th* houan cornmlttaa n
ve«t|*ntin* quart <-rma*ter
a* auhmittad to th* ho>ite y«i->.,,j^
Th* rMimlttM phlm»d that
rrnl pa'k"rn of th* I'wlfle Nor%
wml did not pa' k th* flub
■unitary condition*.
Th* report eon<l<inn* th* war £
p»rim*nt for faUur* to
tho»" r**pon«lhl* for **lllnr 'h* r%
ten fiah and *-wp*-«-l«lly (boat wfc
w*r* rullty "* aupplylng polnomW
food for *oldl*r«.
HOQtTTAM —Tenutlr* pinna IV
Tea led for »urv*y of Olympic |*»
inxula from air by federal for«a<t*Jr
aervJe*

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