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Yesterday's Results
At Gaffney 10; Spartanburg 6. \
At Greenviilc-Andereon, Kain.
?* A -na.*
Anderson Is Still On Top.
Where They May Today
Anderson at Greenville.
Spartanburg at Gaffney.
To The Ti
Frcm the Start By Hitting the
Pill All Over tho Field and
Yielding Few Hita
Gan ney. July 19.-Th?: locals took
the firrt of the ccric3 by a score of
Hi lo G.
Spartanburg pitchers weie ou* o'
form and thc locals swatted the ball
frequently, ct eui inri a to?al of 20 hits
to the visitors' 9. Iugle on the mound.
Wolli behind the plate and Oglesby,
with thc st lek starred for Hie locals.'
McCall cu hui played an excellent
game. Mc Ar thur tor the visitors
played well.
The Box Score:
Moore, ^f.6 1 1 1 0 0
Dcshicldn, If . . .. 6 3 2 3 0 0
Moore. 2b.5 1 1 2 3 0
McCall, lb. 6 3 3 10 I 0
Hoards, as. 5 3 3 1 2 0
Curry, rf.5 0 l 4 0 1
Wolli, c... 5 2 3 6 2 0
Ingle, p.5 0 3 0 3 0
Tctal. 47 16 20 27 13 1.
Name .ib r bh po a ..
Howden, If .5 1 3 2 0 1
McArthur. lb und p 5 0 0 7 -0
Coble, rf and p .... 4 1 2 0 4 0
Welch, 3b..4 2 1 1 1 0
Lockborry, P3 &.p .. 4 1 0 2 4 0
Martin, cf. 2 0 1 0 0 0
Hodglns. 2b. 3 0 1 3 2 0
Coleman, c. 4 0 1 1 1 1
Sutton, p.4 2 0 0 1 0
Camp, sub.2 006 0 0
. Tctal.37 7 9 22 14 2
. Scoro by innings:'
Gaffney . 341 620 OOx-16;^ 20; 1
Spartanburg 000 021 030- 6; 9; 2
At Greensboro 1 ; Raleigh 3. v7 in
nings, darkness.)
At Durham 4; Asheville 2.'
At Charlotte 2; Winston-Salem 3.
At Petersburg 2; Portsmouth 5. (12
Innings.) *
At Norfolk 2; Newport News 0.
At Roanoke-Richmond, rain.
At Atlanta 2; Montgomery 1. (1st
At Atlanta 5; Montgomery 0. (2nd
game, 6 innings darkness.)
At Nashville 2; Mobile 3.
At Memphis 4; New Orleans 0.
At Chattanooga 3; Birmingham 18.
South Atlantic
At Charleston 8; Jacksonville 0.
At Augusta 8; Columbus 5. v
At Columbia 0; Macon 1. (6 tanings,
At Albany 1; Savannah 2.
FEDEROL \.:. . . Zr?.A-?.
At Brooklyn 5; Washington 2.
At Buffalo 2; Pittsburgh 1.
At St. Louis 0; Kansas City 4.
At Chicago 4; Indianapolis 3 (ll In
nings.) ,j
American Association
, ? J-'. . f. -. v i ? ..' -.-..j?t ?"4?4
At Cleveland 7; Minneapolis 7.
,At Indianapolis-St. . Paul, forfeited"
to Indianapolis, 9 to 6, ia the fifth, be
causo St. Louis did. not have another
catcher to put up.
At Columbus 2; Kansas City 3.
At Louisville 3;'Milwaukee 4. (12
innings.) ,
International League
INT ?I.. .. ;'.3~
At Toronto 8; Montreal 0.
At Jersey City 3; providence 14.
. At Baltimore 6; Newark 7,
At Rochester 1-0; Buffalo 3-6.
At Pittsburgh 1; Philadelphia li
At Chicago 1; Boston 8.
At Cincinnati 6; Brooklyn 8."
. At St Louis 5; Brooklyn ?.. (13 in
Besten Won Again. .
Ch ?cago.;. July 8.-d?ostoa- made lt
two straights from Chicago' . today,
winning 3 to 1. James always tight
ened np tn tho pinches. '
Boston.fllQ 200 000-3 ? 7; 1
Chicago OOO 000 100-1 ; ti *
? James and Gowdy; ; Vaughn and
'ed Spartans
une of 16 to 6
Won First, Tied Second.
New York, July 9.-New York won
the first game of the double header
with Cleveland by a score of 7 to 4,
while tlie second game, a 3 to 3, ten
inning tie was called on account of
darkness. New York won the first
game on the wretched fielding by
Cleveland in th? seeonl inning, when
New York scored six runa on one
?Score, First Game:
Cleveland.300 OOO 010-4; S; 4
New York .... 060 010 O0x-7; 6; 3
Gregg, Morton and, O'Neill; Pieh,
McHalc and Nuncmaker.
Second Came:
Cleveland _ 000 030 000-3; 10, 4
New York .... 000 102 000-3; 8: 1
Steen and Hassler; Keating and
Brcubljn Defeated Cincinnati
Cincinnati, July 9.-Brooklyn made
a etron* finish' and won an exciting
game from Cincinnati today by ?
3coro of G to 5. In the eeve^ta the'
vioitors knocked Douglass out o.' the
.Brooklyn . 000 001 401-0- 8; 1
I Cincinnati _. 000 300 011-ft; 10; 2
Reulbach, Allen Pfeffer a'^d Mc
I Carty; Douglass, Yingling, ito van and
Clark. -
Athletics Lose Two
Philadelphia, July 9.-Detrr.it w?>a
both or today'B doubleheaders with
I 'Philadelphia, 8 to 3, and 5 to In
. fen timer, at the plate, CrawforJ made
I a single, a double, a tripple, a home
i un and a sacrifice fly and he re
ceived two passes/
Score, First Game:
Detroit . GIO 100 000-85; ?; 0
Philadelphia ... 200 OOO 100-3; S; 3
Coyeteskte end Stanage; Slmwkty,
Bressler and Schang.
Second ' Game : *
Detroit. 102 100 100-5; 13; 3
Philadelphia ... 020 001 0OO-3; 8; 2
Dubuc and D. Baker; Wyekoff, J.
I Bush and Lapp, Schang.
Chicago Taken Third
Boston, July 9.-Chicago won - Ita
third straight game from Boston to
day, 3 to 2. The winning tally Wes
scored . Ia the seventh tm Breton's
triple and Clcotte's sacrifice fly.
Chicago . 002 000 100-3; 7; 2
Beaton . 100 000 GO?.-2; 7: 2
Cfcottc and Sch?lk; 1?. Cpiiins, Be
! dient and Carrigan, Thoma:).
Won Good Game.
Washington,, July 9.T-St. louis de
feated Washington ~ again . ? oday, 5 to
0. The'visitors scored the winning
run in thc fourth when G. William.)
reached first on a fielder's rhoice,
?stole second and scored oh Learys
single off Shaw.
St. Louie _. 000 100 000-I; 5; 0
Washington_ 000 000 000-0; &; 1
.Hamilton and Agnew; Shaw, Engel
and Henry.' . ." .
Won in Thirteenth.
St. Louis, July 9,^-SL Louis beat
New York 5 to 4 today tn a 13 inning
game. . Pei due made his debut with
the locale and New York made all'tts
taill?s off hun.
Score: ".,''"
tf. York ..: 110 000 2C0 000-4;12; i
St. Louis .. 301 000 000 000-5; 10; 1
Marquant, Tear au. und McLean
Mey-rs. Perdue, Salee and O'Connor,
Snyder. .
TIneap Did the Twirling
Pittsburgh, July 9.-Titicup had the
better of the pitcher's battle with two
Pittsburgh twirler? today and Phlla
dolphin scored a shut-out 1 to 0. Wag
ner was the batting star.
Score :
Philadelphia ... 0?0 100 000-1; 6;
PUtrburgh _ 000 00.0 0.0Q-0; 5; 2
Tfncup and KilU-fer;. McQuillan.
Coope^'drid Gibson, Coleman.. .
st. Louie,' July 8t-Bunching hits
today tn the first Inning and the last,
Kansas City defeated St. Louis 4 to
kansas City ... 200 000 002-4; S; 0
St. Louis . 000 OOO 000-0; 4; 4
Cullop and Easterly; - Davenport
Keup&er and Chapman.
. .., .j Ti |fih li
A Heuer Won Gane.
Chicago, July .9.-Beck's home rur
In the 11th inning won a 4 to 3 vic
ary, for Chicago over Indianapolis to
Indianapolis .. 200 000 010-3; 6; 0
Chicago .. :... 000 000 000-4 ; IQ ; 3
Kalherllng and Bar ld en; Hendrix
?hd Wilson. \_? :' \. .
F oar IK Succession
B-.-ooklyn. Jttly ^Brooklyn made lt
four. straights over Baltimore by
Winning today's game S to 2. Balti
more, filled the .bas?a la th? ninth, bnt
failed to score. >' . .. .
Seora:. 1
Baltimore ..... 100 001 000-2; 8; 2
Brooklyn . 020 100 03x-5; 0; 0
Wilhelm and Russell; Ftnneran and
Owens. ?& ...
x" itihV
But Nevar to Our Bhikele.
"What lp.rvour d?finition M 'oRhy,
lacrar* "ThaV'B a derogatory tenn op
P.Uod to. o?for. p?ople'a U5onay."-EaJ
Umoro 8un. - - - ? . ,",,
. ii, i ?. r fe
Secretary Whaley Plans to Begin
Campaign at Once and Sell
100 Tickets Before Monday
Porter A. Whaley, president of the
Anderson Baseball club, announced
yesterday that the directors of the
Anderson club have decided to try
to keep the team together for one
more week and by that time it ls hop
ed that the club will be on a better
financial nasls, since a plan has been
hit upon for financing the undertak
ing-, -.ii;, is proposed to start out at
once with 200 season tickets and try
to dispose of this number for $5.00
eacn. If this can be done, the club
will theu be in splendid shape.
At this t^traordinarily low tate lt
means that baseball fans can see the
remainder of Li o games played in An
derson at a rute of about 22 cents per
game. At the sat ! time it will mean
tha^ the club .rill . ve sufficient mon
ey to ?et thvout'1 -eaoun.
There ore a mimi. fans in the
city willing i-o St:~, <"/?.. .. V.'ise tick
ets at $5 and there are also many bu
siness men, without any desire for
baseball but with enough civic pride
to want the team supported, since lt
bas entered the league, who will also
buy these tickets.
It is now believed that this will
solve the financial problem which has
been confronting the team and if the
Fans will come to the rescue and buy
these tickets at $6.00 each it is. not
likely that the team will have to ask
igain for assistance.
Be a sport, and when the committee
:al?s and asks you to buy a ticket, buy
me and If you don't do lt don't ever
ell again about what a pride you feel
n Anderson and about what a good1
;ow'n "we" have hore. Come across.
Commission Says Free Transpor
' tations Is " a Menace To
the People"
(By Associated P ess.)
Washington, July 9.-Free passes j
'epresentlng ii,out),ooo miles ot trav- I
>1 and' valued at mot e than $340,000
verb distributed to 34,000 persons by j
he Louisville and Nashville and the
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis 1
'allroads during 1913, acording to a
'eport sumbitted to the senate today
>y the Interstate Commerce Co ni mls
iloh. The" commission, whose Investi
gating was in response to a senate
.esolution, tu ita report characterized
he distribution of free transportation
ts a "menace to the institutions of a
ree people"
The report shows that the Lousiville
ind Nashville gave passes to one
.In lt ed States senator, two represen
atlves in congress, 139 other federal
?fficl?ls, 1,656 state senators, 2,183
date representatives, 1.769 other state
>fflclals, 89 judges and many other
ocal office-holders. The Nashville,
Chattanooga and St. Louis ls credited
vith passel to 151 United States of fi
nals, other than members of congress,
?.814 state senators, 8,439 state repre- j
tentatives, 1.08C other state officals, .
.70 judges and numerous other local!
Dfflctals. . i
the commission n form ed the sen-;
lt? that while it could issue no order |
n the special investigation pursued
inder the sentit? resolution, lt was!
nuking a general investigation in
valen lt intends to issue an order
[ealing with the practice..
"In order to properly compile the
equired information," says the re
port, "lists of pass holders in the va
rions classes were prepared. - Such
ists . reveal the manner, in which
hose carriers have dipped Into practi
cally every domain of public and pri
mate lite, through the Instrumentality
it the free pass.. There ls scarcely a
walk of which ' ls not represented in
his proceslson of recipients of passes,
tom the federal bench to the local
mlit?cian and the sheriffs who sum
nono the Jory. The threads represent
ed by these passes ile thousands of
jltlzen* to the carrier through Im
proper relations. The lack pf' moral
ity reflected by the facts here compil
ed ls a menace to tho institutions of
k tree'people. These citizens who sell
their influence* quite as much ns
hough they accepted money bribes,
seem to be aa wiling to be tied as the
-arriera are ready to tie them, Hen
??ledge their influence quietly in the
lome, or school, or c?uh, iii the prn
'eaaroiia. in business, in city councils
ind administrative boards, in couria
)? justice, In oxecutlvo halls and at
?o trolls."
Happiness Only Comparative.
w^WaVrtt?T anticipate bliss, but, who
aver drank of that enchanted cup unal
loyed:-Colton. ' * * g
W L Pct
Spartanburg.7 7 .500
Greenville.G G .500
Gaffney.5 7 .417
i ? t W L Pct
Chattanooga .. .. .. '.. 45 38 .542
Mobile. 45 38 .542
Birmingham. 43 37 .538
Narhville. 44 40 .524
New Orlearts. 43 40 .518
Atlanta. 42 36 .538
Meriiphls ..". 36 46 .360
Montgomery. 31 55 .360
Sonth At mn th*.
ti , . , . W L Pet j
Charlot ton...ti <; .647
Albany. .S1 8 ..~7!i '
An?ui la. ii .v 579 j
Cotn'nibia.in ii
:'.;??in>hii.<.H? '.. .."^'? ?
Macon. Gil
North Carolin i.
W L Pel !
Charlotte. ll 26 .612
Durham. 39 2? .511!
Winston. 35 29 .547 ?
Raleigh' . 33 34 .493
Greensboro . 25 40 .385
Asheville .. ..-. 25 42 .373
.... . W L Pct
Philadelphia.41 31 .587
Detroit. 44 35 .564
Chicago. 39 33 .542
Washington. 40 35 .533
B??t?ta . 38 36 .514
St. Loulb ...39 SB .520
New York. 26 44 .371
Cleveland .'. .. 26 48 .342
- W L Pct
New York .... .. .". ..41 28 .594
Chicago '.. 40 34 .541
St. Louis... .... 39 36 .520
Cincinnati. 36 37 ?93
Philadelphia. 32 35 .178
Philadelphia. 32 35 .411
Pittsburgh. 32 36 .471
Brooklyn. 32 36 .471
Borton. 28 40 .412
. ~ W L Pct
Chicago. .. 43 28 .606
Indianapolis. 38 31 .551
Buffalo. 35 30 .538
Boston. 35 84 .507
Brooklyn. 33 33 .500
Kansas City..34 40 .459
Pittsburgh. 29 38 .433
St. Louis.31 43 .419
Will Bridge jffoslssfppl.
Washington, July ST.-The senate to
night passed a bill authorizing thc Ba
ton Rouge Bridge and Torminal Com
pany to construct a bridge across the
Mississippi river near the city of Ba
ton Rouge. The bill provides that
reasonable tolls may. be charged on !
the bridge, but that no rates for a
single passenger oh a railroad train j
shall exceed 25 cents. The measure
already has passed the house.
Vont Hide Then '.nth a Veil; Bemove
Them With the Othilie Prescription
This prescription for the removal
of freckles was wrlttfe'n by a promi
nent physician and la .usually so suc
cessful In removing frecklei and giv
ing a clear, beautiful complexion that
it is usually sold by druggists under a
guarantee to refund the coney if it
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil; get an ounce of otb inc and re
move them. Even th? .first few ap-!
plications hould show a wonderful j
inna pro vement. some of the lighter,
freckles vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othlae; it is this that
is sold on the money, hack guarantee
They Should Be Protected Against In
ternal Uncleanliness a i Well as
External Cucleanl ness.
- The delicate organs of the maturing
child are more susceptible to the In
fluence of disease aha infection than
strong hold on th? child's liver and
ca?sese heaUaches, coated tongue, In
digestion, cramps and-many other |
dangerous conditions,
These are the signal posts of warn-1
lng nature provides thai your child |
ma/ he relieved pt Impending sick
"fte proven remedy, CARS WELL'S
LIVER AID. Which is purely a liquid
VEGETABLE compound should be tn
your /medicino chest ready to adminis
ter at the first sign Of ft disordered
liver. " '?
- Fifty ?eats purchases a large bottle
at Frlerson's Pharmacy, under tho ab
solute guarantee that price will hie re.
turned .without quibblo jj If you want
il . .v
Thrilling Finish of Great
Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta
Photo copyright, 1914, by American Press Association.
NEVER was there a more thrilling rowing race tbnu the contest at
Poughkeepsie, N. ?.. for the national championship of tho varsity
eights. Columbia won the big event after a heartbreaking spurt in
the inst bair mile. Pennsylvania came in second. The much touted
Cornell crew could not make better than third. The photo shows the Colum
bia crew finishing, Pennsylvania following.
Financial and Commercial
New York Cotton
Liverpool Cotton
New York, July 9.-More favorable Liverpool. July 9-Spot cotton lr
weather reports from the southwest regular; good middling 7.88; middling
cot i the cotton market today's early 7.63; low middling 6.88. Sale? 4,000;
advance and the close WUB steady at for speculation and export 300.
a net decline of 12 points, to an ad- Receipts 1,000.
vance of 4 points, near months being -
relatively easy while new crop posi- Cotton Cloods
tlons wore 3 points lower to 4 points _____
higher than last ni^-'s closing fig- fa ^ July ??^^ good8
"kliere seemed to be considerable Primary markets were steadier, today ?
nervousness over the situation in Tex- T? Z?riS^^?^TtJnlt
i_i ?i- " ,"".,,"_ ? i""" Was reported. Mens wear prfceB for
aS ?Tr$?*?^? SS ,/ ?hnwt?? ?Pri?B will be announced late on Mon
pool futuros made a steady showing. n_.... ._ . , _,_, .
Private reports again indicated that duf- Raw,t8llk *B be,n.f Dur^a"d ln
there had boen scattering showers in ,qp"antitteB by leud,u<$ uilk toanu
tho droughty sections, but the trade lecturers.
feared that thc precipitation had been I 'j wv,' j
insufficient and new crop months otOCKft and bonds
worked about G to ll points net higher ^- , . ..
during the month, with January lead xcw York, July 9.-Securities of
lng the advance. Demand slackened recognized merit again wore disposed
after the close of Liverpool, but the today to break away from depressing
market held fairly steady until after influences which recently have held
the publication of the detailed weath- them in check. Additional low records
er reports for the Houston district, by the Gould Issues, Rock Island col
Decline met some opposition in the laterals and New Haven and Cbesa
early afternoon, but the market be- peake and Ohio by the Interstate
came unsettled toward the close un- Commerce Commission were immedi
der liquidation by some of the early ate causes affecting these BecurltleB.
buyers, with old crop positions sell- To the crop outlook and the point
lng about 9 to 12 points net lower, Qf view adopted by the administration
while the new crop eased back to at Washington was attributed the
about or a shade under last night's more hopeful feeling in various quar
final figures. tero today Trustworthy advices point
Cotton futures closed steady. lng to marked improvement in the
Open CAo'ti steel iudustry were asta|n at hand.
July.12.39 12/0 About the only discordant note
August.12.35 12.20 came from abroad Irregular weak
October .12 17 12.13 GO??S was shown hy London and Paris
December. .'. 12.28 12.26 cables indicated that the new French
January. 12.23 12.23 loan had failed to stimulate enthusi-1
March.12.29 12.28 asm. !
Spot cotton quiet; middling uplands Tho local bond Hat showed varied
13.25; middling gulf 13.60; saleB none, dealings, with a few changes except
- in th? Goulds. Tctal sales, par value,
New Orleans Cotton "fflgft,^ ,ovprnment brada
_? . ' " ',' " ' L . wore unchanged on call.
New Orleans, July 9.-Cotton was
steady at the rise in the morning ses- _^ _ ^ _
sion, showing a gain of 9 to lfr points IVloney KJTi Call
at the highest, but from the afternoon New YQrk Ju, 9 _Prl|ne mercail.
full under Increased of feting based t"e paper 3 3_4 a 4 ^4
chiefly on expectations of more rain SterlJn{, fia8ler; B{xty aay8 4i856B;
in the western belt. At the lowest demard 4 87 C5
the trading months were 3 to 5 points Commorclal blllB 4 85 FT 45 L4.
under the final quotation of yester- Bap 8llver 56 \j?
day. The close was unchanged to Mexlcan doHar8 44
3 points down. Compared with yes- ct?vertment bonds steady; railroad
terday s close. b0ndB ea8V
???ton,?f?oUre?8 cIo?e1o8co v? Call money firm 2 1-2 a 2 7-8; rul
..i^n^^T? \2,59L ?^o\l ?te 2 3-4; closing 2 1-2 a 3-4.
12.24; December 12 26; January 12.31; Tlme loaM wcaker. 8lxty daya 2
March 12-40. , . ? . t,2- ninety days 2 8-4; six months 3
Spot cottoh quiet; middling 13 5*16; 3 . '
strict middling 13 11-16. Sale's on the ' ,
spot 500 hales. To arrive 60. ?-? ? -m- -?
-- _Grmn OL P- : .ons
Cotton Seed Oil Chicago, July a.-Corn took the lead
- "* on exchange today, both In activity
' ' and strength;. Drought damage as
New York, July 9.-Cotton seed oil well as the bullish obstruction plac
waa steady early today on covorlng ed on the government report prepared
and with firmness In lard, but later the way for a decided bulgo. The
the market sagged under continued market closed strong 6-3 to 2 i-4c
dullness In the consuming demand and above last night In Wheat the out
renewed liquidation Final, prices comet was unchanged to 1-9. a l-4c
were 2 to 4 points net lower Sales I lower, and for oats n gain of. 1-8 a
tt.OfhVttarre?s?'- 1 ' 7Jl-4c*to Provisions wound up
The market closed easy. *v | with 2 1-2 to 62 l-2c net ad vance.
? . ? ? -S?-:-.' ' ' . ;'. j
* T. Frank Watkins Sani'l L. Prince *
* Attorneys nnd CoutiHellor-ntLaw *
. 1st Floor Hin kley Bldg., *
Anderson, S. C. *
Weekley Bldg. Anderson, H. C.
Citizens National Bank Bldg.
Ballegh, N. C.
. *?*.****???*?.
?? ??.I?, ?!., ?*
Alli li li l t TS
Viiileisoii, S. C.
Brown Billen Building
SrVund Flofir. l'houe 209
? ?ar
' FretWe?"f*e/^f?k? *P:
,, . .
Phone Bl. Anderson, 8. C. * r
Tfte li?e qttetdoh it quickly^
Kided il you dust you? (owls willyt
dukey's lice Powderl
li'? sale, quick and surrV
Save? your poeliry prot*? became 'li t
Kills tht! L?c?^
Doesn't Harm Chickens!
I Prie? 23 cents, SO cern 4 and UEO. f
? For the miter trot Mdt ? the cricks by.
clay and Drey on thicker,, st nt?hf, ?prsy J
your pnibry house with M~ -
Coi&e/a Uce UqtiitT
Oems ihcM cnn thoroughly. Quirt 35
oms, (nil ?allein 60 renn, u,nT> si?ry.
. Vd? mr ?cmSr bead ?our me ? 4 t
EStaive and ?onn\ harm chicUTlD
and 25 cents. ' Money bard il these
pr?paration? do not satisfy. . ?
'.Ita C. a Castor C^CUrdsad, Olia
EVANS' PH A R3LA (3? ?
Three Stores. ?'|[
Other People Own
Their Homes
Have they been more tortunate than
you or have they boon more thrifty?
Well, the difference .Sthls: you nata
been paying rent while they were pay
lng for their home. Yours Billi be
longs to the other man, though you
might have paid for IL Your friend
got what he paid for and owns Wa
home. W
ftHTESTMEflTeO.! ??
E. R. Horten. L. S. Horton,
- Fres.. $ V.?Pr*s.
W. F. Marshall. Secy.
Usc a little extra money. Io
good advantage just how? *s
Haven't you something to ?ell?
Do you own something yon no
longer use, but v-bich if offert-d
at a bargain price would" ap
peal nt once io some orte who
does need it?
Ad will turn th? trick. ' $
m ?it?:, i.s Li ,'f^i- / .*
Marie af the Great Arti??.
? really great artist can al way?
transform, the UojitaUons ol bia art
Into valuable) Q.unUtle?.-^Q??*s

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