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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 31, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                will Pay You to Your Buelnosa In Advertise The DAILY HUTCHINSON Your Business IN THE PJEWSI SATURDAY MAY THE NATIONS Memorial Day Observed Through out the United Impressive Bountiful Oar Eloquent Make Up the Peoples Yarlonft of the Grand Army of the Republic Decorate with the Manytttatues and at the National Ingalls a1 Xhe Day at Other May Day frBivai fittingly observed at Arlington com fetery to Congressman Boutelle de ftvered the The address of Rep fesentatlve Boutelle was a noble le spoke of the rigateouaneefl of the pnion The man who rallied to he defense of the star spangled be not only kept step to the music the but marched in the van uard of Christian Then e orator held up the reverse of the said cannot be truthfully and nothing like It can ever be ithf ully eald of the cause ot those who ight by rebellion to destroy the gov The rebellion was a conspira organized in the interest of Human Reference was made to the nos at Richmond during the past few is a duty we owe to the future that our relations to that great conflict bo under and that our dead died not in It is not necessary to disparage the bravery of Let them rear more and them monuments to their dead cherish their Let eulogise the lost them carry their staia jnt De tlO C Boutelle expressed a lit more than regret at he uld not fail to shock a true aense of He protested against the lav said exConfederates who splayed the rebel flag to glorify it were t Boutelles oration which was liber y punctuated by applause of the concluded with a quotation om Lincolns famous GettysbutK The applause that followed as The great audience in e amphitheater stood up and chuered e sentiments until every throat was At the congressional cemetery Repre ntattve Mason of was e Iu the course of his address said Inereis one note of warning tat you must let me utter at this must earnestly protest against occur inces in that fair southern city at the welling ot Lees statue et them honor tho memory of true and virtuous man if they but t me say that the broad sky over our luntry IB broad enough only for one ag and that the stars and and hen a man weaves any other he is In s heart as much a traitor as ho was ilrty years t ffif noc misunderstand but I would T e tdlse to all memory of a baother who ell at Gettysburg ana to the momory of a ihe many brave men who lie around us I if I did not protest at this tho first iccassion 1 have against the act of nen who flaunt the flag of secession in he face of the boys in blue who fought nobly for their If there is a y in gray lying in this cemetery let us icorate hie grave as of a man who was and who lost his life in a cause he t iught was but let no one wave i er his grave that flag that was the ay m 1 of Ineult to the boys in Senator Inxalla at Ingalls as the orator of the day at the decor ion Senator Ingalla said substance The highest tide of the bellion broke on this Held and along and These are matters of taste which they must decide for There Is no other country under the sun that would permit such They are our united to us by H common so they but when they assert that Lincoln and Da Grant and Lee and Logan and Jack son were and that God alone knows which waa it is sacrilege of the vilest typo and needs The senator was listened to with the greatest attention and frequently ap At May The city offices and other public places of business are closed today and this after noon business throughout the town is generally A very solemn feeling the thoughts of the peo ple Involuntarily revert to Decoration Day a year which was the last day upon earth for thousands of Johnstowns The finding of the body of James one of the most prominent residents of the at the expiration of a year is a vivid reminder of the At May The city schools were presented today by the Garfield post with one hundred making one Hag for each school room in the The presentation ceremonies were attended by school children ABRAM Unveilingof the Monument Erect ed to His Eloquent Enlogleg on tho Life and Character of Onr Second Mar tyr and the memorial services in Garfleld Comrade Hlusswas orator of the The eightyfour graves of the dead heroes was covered with The Day at May Day was celebrated here today fcr the second time by the decoration of one or two soldiers a procession and an oration by Judge In the procession was one characteristic line of three a white man who was a voun teer from an Iowa Indian named who served in the Seventh Kansas regiment and a colored man who left a Kentucky master at the outbreak of the On Account of May preparations were made for decoration services at this place but a heavy stcrm prevented any exercises at the National An immense crowd assembled at the opera house at 3 and listened to splendid addresses by Biddle and of Fort The latter gentleman was for merly attorney general of At May day observed here today in an ap propriate Tho line of march was formed in the center of the city at 10 oclock and proceeded to the ceme where the ceremonies were per formed by John Logan After a basket dinner in Oakdale park a number of rousing speeches were delivered by Senator Mohler and At May Day was duly observed in this city and the crowd in attendance was estimated at A heavy rain storm cut the proceedings short but the old soldieis went through the nacroil proceedings of President ExPresident ExGovernor Cox and Others Address the Fifty 1 houiand Peo ple who Gather About the Platfotm In Lake Monster Parade In which the Grand Army Veterans and Civic So eletles Best In May Garfleld memorial in Lakevlew cemetery waa dedicated today with imposing ceremo nies in the presence of the president of the United members of his cabi net and distinguished men from all parts ot the A parade preceded the exercises of the ExPresident president of the Memorial delivered a brief eulogy on the life of and ex Governor Cox of Cincinnati deliv ered the oration of the I After Coxs Handels H allelujah Chorus was sung and then President Harrison was He said f Chairman and Fellom CMzeni I thank you most sincerely for this cordial Invi but I shall not be betrayed by it into a lengthy The selection of this day for these a day con secreted to the memory of those who died that there might be one Uag of honor and authority in this republic applause is most That one flag encircles us vith ita folds today the unrivaled olject of our loyal so imposing and taste fittingly typifies the grand and symetrical character of him whose honor it has been He was the arduous greatness of things No friendly hands constructs and placed for his ambition t ladder upon which he might His own brave hands framed and nailed the cleats upon which he climbed to the heights ot pub lie usefulness ana He never ceased to be student and in Turning from peaceful pur suits to army service he quickly mssterec tactics and strategy and in a brief arm career taught some valuable lessons In military Turning again from the field to tb councils of state he stood among the great dabaters that have made our na tlonal congress What h was Carflelds Blehop Rich ard of the Catholic diocese of Cleveland also sat with the distinguished speakers of the MOT A Kolley Formally Announces That He will not be a May force of men are at work connecting the Union Pacific and Bock Island roads preparatory to running the trains from here to The will use about one mile of the Missouri Pacific track in reaching the which crosses the that distance south of the The first Union Pacific train will run from here to Hutchinson next Sunday The McPherson Freeman on tomor row will contain an amule stating that Kelley will not be a candidate for congress In the big and recom mending Smith as a suitable man or that The SootehIrlsh May more eople attended the session of the icotchIrlsh congress in Mechanical hall his morning than The meet ng waa opened by President John Dslzoll spoke on The Scotch rish of western of read an nteresting paper on John Preston and His The meeting took a recess until 8 oclock Iu the meantime the visitors will attend memor ial after which they will be shown about the At a meeting of the committee of the whole held later the following officers were elected Robert ot New York vice of It was announced positively today that President Harrison had decided to at tend the congress He will arrive from Cleveland early in the morn ing and after a reception at 0 oclock will leave on a special Associated May annual meeting of the Kansas and Missouri As sociated Frees waa held at the office of the OapiMthis The follow ing officers were elected cr the ensuing year Executive Rice Auditing T and Hud Luther A TERRIBLE A Paaaenger Train Goes Tlirough a Draw at It IR Estimated That at Least Thirty Persons Met an Untimely Heartrending Soenes at the Morgue M Friends Reooenlie Home Loved One One Young Lady floon After Being Taken from the News of the Accident Creates Intense Kxolto ment In that Vicinity and Flock to the BAN May of the moat horrible railway accidents ever known in California occurred at oclock this When the local connecting at Oakland with the ferry boats from San ran through an open drawbridge over Anto nio creek at The had just paeaed through the draw when the train appeared going In the direction of The draw keeper endeavored at once to close the but it waa too late and the engine with ita tender and the first car which was filled with passengers passed into the which was here quite The Sam Fireman OBrien went down with the The when he saw that the bridge did not reversed rest of his with an as one was found about 100 yards from tho covered with blood and long The remains were brougt to this city and an Inquest will held tomorrow morn Ing at 6 At the time of Williamsons sud den disappearance last November her husband gave it out that she had gone to Illinois on a Ten days later he said he bad received Information that his wife had died as he was without he hod the remains buried Soon after Williamsons t imoval from the farm It was occupied by a man named Dan A week later Williamson appeared on the pointing to the spot where his wife was asked dossier not to disturb as he had some parsnip seed planted Olossier had never heard of the disappearance of consequently his suspicions were not and the spot was left undis turbed as requested by A reporter visited Williamson in his cell today and succeeded in getting the following statement from him wife visited some friends near Calhoun during the first part of the where she stayed about two ana returned to my house on Muddy She had been home about two or three weeks when she was taken with the cramp colic and We had no physi the but too great the to momentum be stopped clan her because I could long enough to not get leave TI might have been or done as president of 1 Tomlinsun and the United States is chiefly left to friend1 ly augury based upon a earner that had no incident of failure or The cruel circumstances attending his death was but one that space of life had given him to teach from his dying bed a great lesson of patience and His mortal part will find honorable rest but the lesson of his life and death will continue to be instructive and inspiring incidents in American on The weight of the engine and thu first car broke the couplings and left the other two cars of the train standing of the The second car ran about a third of the way across the bridge and but the jar waa sufficient to breaK open the front of the car and many of the passengers were thrown into the The first car which had followed the engine to the bottom of the muddy river soon rose and such of the passengers as had escaped were picked up by the ynchts and small boats which had gathered at the The trainmen and the rest of the pas sengers lent their aid to the work of res cue and when the wrecking train arrived from Oakland the car was drawn into shallow water and the boats began dreg ging the creek for the The train was in charge of Conductor Reurath and an extra it being a The cond actor stated that prob ably twentyfive persons had met their The top of the passenger coach was cut open as soon as it waa raised above the water and the work of removing the bodlea ten being taken out in quick Taree women and three girls I do not remember whether there were any neighbors present or She died about sundown and we buried her about an hour after she We had no I do not remember how deep we dug her We buried her about ten feet from the I was her third I was not acquainted with any of my I was present when both the old man aud Charlie Moore were Charlie was out in the field and was hit in the back of the head with an I helped to bury him in the 1 came to town three or four times to tell about Char leys being but my conscience would not let Old man Moore was struck three or four timea with an axe while he was sitting iu front of the fire John BrennlcKe put him in the cellar and threatened to shoot mo if I did not put the dirt on 1 put the mattress in the outhouse myself after the old man had been killed because it was full of After old man Brennicke found out I had the strychnine in me he tells about the whole affair and tries to liy all the blame on Williamsons statemtnt implicating old man Brennicke Is not as Brennicte bears a most excellent reputa The news of the finding of Wil liamsons wifes body much ex citement here and it will not be at all surprising if Williamson is taken out and banged Jeff Moores was arrested and lodged in jail charged with being an accomplice to the mmder of her husband and FIRE FIRE The Startled Ory that Broke Llko Discords on the Pipers Hnghed the Sllrorj Strains of Berry Mirth anil Stilled the Peals of Happy The Young aud Guy of Fort Worth Had Oathered to Dunce Oat the Closing Honrs of the Spring bat Thronth the Glided Halls and Alrr the Courtiers of the Fire King Danced to the of the DemonV May Texas Spring Palace was burned to the ground at oclock One life was lost and five persona were The loss is estimated at President Burbage with Editor Leitcher of and Russell Harrisoii were talking m the big building of ita in Ham able character when a scream waa and then a womans and then the cry of fire went Aa the exhibition waa to have closed on and a grand bull was the closidg event of several thou sands of persons were Ladies and gentlemen in full dress and the best society of the city and vicinity were on One man is known to have been fatal ly Several persons were seri ously injured by being trampled on or It is impossible to find whether the loss of life is large or Many fear that at least twentyfive persons have All estimates are merely conjectured at this Hatloni ese rocky hills in a flood of blood and amea that ebbed away at Appotamax ree summer days changed this hamlet an epoch and gave to this locality an mortality equal to Marston oore and Now in view of the occurrences of the it two days in the extinct capital of the ftctinct I wish to say a few I have no desire on this sacred aslon revert to any subject that is insistent with the solemnity of tho but unless the ideas for which our ad died were they have died in But tbe only regret that seeois to i felt by our adversaries is that in the bellion they failed to Robert Lee was undoubtedly on e of le greatest soldiers of the lofty of i pure in life and with lineage itlng bacK to the morning of patriotism i this He was witnout and witnout reproach Had Lee Ihered to the sentiments expressed IT li before the rebellion he would to ll flPB been tho foremost citizen of this He was offered the K S lunmand of our For twenty Te ears his sword had been under the ig of the He had been edu ited at her and bad taken an ith to support her constitution and her But he violated his put s swoid and took the leadership of the ost causeless rebellion since the devil ibelled against aud yet In per iry and in violation of faith and I On the day for twentyfive years made acred by those who profess to have ac Bpted the result of the war in good failh Tlact this occasion from the other an Irersaries of the 805 daya of the with every augmentation of Inso ce point to the south that this is an iple after which they should federate flag Is placed in the hand fCrieu of ht wonder if the dead should cry mat the are told God alone knows which waa To make the oonstitu of the United States tho supreme of freemen millions enlisted and gave up their wives were children and yet a half of the rising generation is being ight that God alone knows which s Carnage reigned on hun eda of battle Now the sun es on no master and sets on no we were not if nationality is not tter than then these cere onies are without the war rthe Union waa the greatest crime of e century and soldiers rank with the ooewful pugilists who fight tn ring r the championship belt of tha world they were not right national morality v loyalty a tendency oj the south must be of U decorating the graves of their departed notwithstanding the balance of the program was carried out in the opera The Day at May day was generally observed in this Busi ness was Tho day waa bright and This morning the Grand Army Posts of the city gathered at their respective and led by banda and and carrying proceeded to the varloua cemeteries where the graves were May Day was observed in an appropriate manner at this During the forenoon the graves of thu fortythree soldiers in the cemetery were and during the afternoon Walter Simons of Scott delivered an eloquent address in Paintona At May to rain the memorial exercises which had been arranged by the local were abandoned this The program was carried out as far as possible in a public hall Tho graves of fif tythree soldiers were decorated with Hags and flowers this morning in the midst of a drenching At May Notwith standing it rained all day the celebra tion program was carried except the out door The ball was filled with citizens and old soldiers who listened to the excellent after which a committee went to the cemetery and decorated the graves of the old President Harrison was followed by VicePresident Morton and Governor who made short There was cries for and when the old warior responded there was tumnltioua Sherman said Comrades I will not occupy but a minute of your Tou see me here Your president and our former president will tell I am not Sherman in fLsugh York ou but a pioneer of the first and if you come to New York our vice president will tell you I am a mem ber ot the chamber of but boys when I see that badge upon your cap and the star upon your breast I thank God here in Ohio I am an old fashioned I have comb here to your beautiful city to pay my tribute of love to the memory of James Abraham whom I saw often on this ani now it delights me to see yonder I see no statue of Garfield from where I but I see a a erected to his not you and me for our careers have but for our children ana those who are to come alter There it will stand pointing to seen from the beautiful lake by all who pass across its peaceful bosom and to thoae who come after you by land and by It points to a man who was the finest type of of soldier and citizen that my memory Ap In conclusion Sherman said I Crooner May Journal prints tonight the particulars of the formation of a big cracker with a capital of ten and includ ing nearly every prominent cracker maker in the It will conduct the entire business of the various con Trust stock to the amount of ten million dollars being leaned iu turn for the transferring of the individual prop A Fair Yield KANSAS May from western and northwestern Kansas state that the drouth in thoae regions was broken last night and today by a heavy fall of The crop of winter wheat and oats was in a precarious condition on account of the continued dry but it is believed now that the rain has benefitted it to such an extent as to in sure a fair were taken from thej water alive and removed to the Another young soon after being taken receiving lady died from the The news of the accident created intense excitement in Oakland and thou sands of people locked to the morgue and to the scene of the At the morgue the ladies were laid out as soon as In A short time thirteen ladies lay on the floor and on the marble slabs await ing Many heartrendering scenes were witnessed as the friends came forward to claim their The list of the identified is as follows Blowly May ing physicians of Judge McCrary who has been seriously ill for some time reports today that he is but sure ly improving and comfortable than be has been for the past ten that the disease has been arrested and the tumor reduced in At May ial day was appropriately observed iu Wellington Huston of Topeks delivered an A large Alliance picnic was held at Oxford to Glover aud other Alliance notables were present and made short At May to a heavy rain Decoration Day services were held several hundred people at The orator was Cloud of Kansas A camp fire was held by Mitchell post At Hays HATS May Day celebrated here in an elaborate LieutenantGovernor Felt de livered an oration to a crowded thank my friends carry your ban ners to the outer walls and as long as we live let us stand by those who are true and fvlthful to us in the day of Secretary Postmaster Gener al Attorney General Secretary Rusk and Bishop Gilmore poke and exPostmaster General Thomas James bowed In response to he cheers that greeted his Chen there were loud cries for McKinley responded in a charac eristlc speech which was greeted with much Following brief ceremonies by the Knights of Pythias the doxology was sung and the benediction pronounced by Then followed an impressive service jy the Knights which cloned be exercises and the crowd returned to the There was but one accident during the Sir Knight James past grand commander of the Nebraska Knights who now lives was thrown from his suffering a bad fracture of one It wan nearly 3 oclock when the bead of thu procession passed through the magnificent memorial arch at the en trance to Lake View and began the march to the bluff at the rear of tha cemetery in which the memorial is situ A crowd of assembled about the platform on which the speak ing was to take There were loud cheers when the president and other dis tinguished guests arrived and were given Garfleld and her four sons Abram and Irving and and Mrs Hanley Brown nee Miss Nellie Garfield occupied seats on the platform as did the who Governor Steele at EL May Justices Seay and of the supreme and United States Mar shal Lurty here this evening at S A large crowd met them at the Tha procession was a mile At the opera house the governor and party addressed the Condemning the Antjon of the Harshal May Ty pographical last night paaaed a resolution condemning the action of United States marshal in send intlng of the country over lower Austin of Austin Phelps of San Miss Florence Bryan widow of the deceased member ot Carver sewing machine agent at San Luigl San John San colored The two Misses Keenaa of San Fran The thirteenth body was that of a Japanese boy supposed to be of San Conservative estimates place the num ber of people in the car at thir teen of whom lost their The water over which the bridge ia built is an estuary of San Franciaca bay and is commonly called the Oakland A strong current runs in the at the point of the acci dent is about 300 feet wide and twenty feet Both sides of the creek are lined with shipping and boatmen from the who were of great assistance in rescuing those who escaped from the The drawbridge is about 160 feet long and uit before the train from San Francisco get on the bridge they have to come around a sharp curve and usually travel at a high rate ot A passenger train crosses the bridge every half hour during the and when the bridge is open the keeper is supposed to signal POLIOKUAN Til HUH Looked Up to Await the Result 0 Gum xnersollit IP May Samuel of the Central whose too ready club has brought Private Watch man Joshua Gummeraoll to deaths was arreated at yesterday by Deputy Sberiffa Hartwig and Lundt at his Walnut The deputies were armed with the warrant charging him with assault to issued against Tubbs three days and when it was dis played the exofficer accompanied the deputies to the Four He was lodged in but at the re quest of Chief Harrlgan was locked up In the An attempt waa then made to secure from Gum mersoHa attending a certlfi cate that the man will probably in order that bail might be accepted for but the physician refusing to give such a Tubba will have to lan guish in durance until Gummersoll re if he ever survives the brutal as sault made upon It is customary when prisoners are ar rested under warrant to lock them up in The exception made in favor of Tubba waa actuated by the desire to pre serve the man from as much humiliation as It would be an everlasting shame to him to have been confined in company with criminals and many ot whom he himself has brought to their present F1OHTINO FIRE WITHOUT Chief Benners Men Have a Bard Time While a Biff Factory NEW May weat side of the city was lit up for two hours last night by a fire in the piano factory of Weaer at 633 to 538 West Fortythird The factory is four stories high in the It has an L extension six stories in heght In tbe Weber Brothers own the The quarters of Engine Company 3 adjoin the factory In the and one ot the firemen was the discover tbo This was at thirtyfive min utes post 7 in the Roundsman McDowell of the West Fortyseventh street station saw the smoke almost at the same time and sent out an alarm from tbe box corner of Fortyseventh street and Eleventh is started in a stable in the rear of the factory belong ing to James a dealer in hay and Tbe flames spread to the fac tory on the ground floor and ate their way through tbe elevator shaft to the upper On this floor was the var nishing and finishing Theiewaa ample food for the flames and in a few minutes the whole upper part of the fac tory was Second and third alarms and several special calls were sent bringing a public prin bids by local printers and resolved to ask the department of justice to investigate the Attendance at the Ilall NEW interest was taken by the cranks today in com parison of the respective attendance at the games ot the the Players and National The total attendance at all of the games of the two leagues was as follows Players National by hoisting a red the bridge says the danger flag was properly set in the center of the track when the bridge was swung open for the yacht to The boat had just gone through and the bridge was being swung back when the train ran He supposed the engineer did not see the signal on account of the The people who lost their lives were nearly all the better class and be longed to well known San Francisco and Oakland It has been the subject of unfavorable comment that such delay has been prac tised In arresting the A quasi ex planation of the di littory tactics employed was furnished when it waa stated that when he learned that he was wanted by the state declared his Intention of appearing and giving The alarming condition of his who has been rapidly sinking In the last tew influenced the authorities to have the officer arrest and accordingly the warrant was placed in the hands of the deputy sheriffs yesterday large force of firemen to the Two horses that were in the stable were res cued with difficulty and brought out through the driveway of the The work of the firemen was greatly Impeded by the lack of Several minutes elapsed before a stream could be got of a sufficient force to be thrown into the build It was said that the water was very low throughout The lames made rapid and in a few min utos the fire was burning in every aud the flames were shooting through the In the rear of the piano factory is John Rodenburgs cocl It fronts on For tysecond street Fltzpatricke tbe entrance to which was from Forty second stood between tbe coal yard and tbo The coal yard was but the firemen succeeded In preventing the flames from communicat ing to By the time that the water pressure was strong enough to supply three from which water was poured Into the factory front on Forty third the interior was in ruins and everything Inside had been In the which were on the ground aud in tbe there were fortytwo finished They were totally One of the Wet Hall In May ter rific hail storm occurred in tho Red river valley at 6 The hail lays four feet deep la places tnd the trees were stripped of Consid erable damage was done to Tendered KiUtorlal KANSAS May special to the Star from AtohUon says Noble Prentis is here in consultation with It is understood that Prentis has been tendered the editorial manage ment of the A TRIPLE May un til 8 Kansas Fair preceded by rains in the eastern pt the ytate varUblo winds Thomas Williamsons Wlfo Foaad Burled Near May develop ments of today add another victim to the list ot those so wantonly murdered by Thomas At noon to day the body of his wife was buried in a hole on a farm on which they formerly lived near Muddy three rcilea west of The find was made by Constable Rameey and Coroner Over The body was in a sitting when as U it had been thrown into the and was in a badly decom posed The bead was covered by only about six incbei of There are no marks of violence tbnt could be Just in vrbat manner she met her death it is impossible to It is supposed ibe was like the Murder at Kansas KANSAS May Link a was shot and killed today by Frederick Sorter at a su burb of this Two years ago Link shot Sorters cow which had strayed upon the lattms This caused a bit ter quarrel between tbe men which has continued throughout tbe entire This afternoon Link was building a fire in front of his shop for the purpose of doing some wagon Sorter up in a wagon and discharged one barrel of bio shot gun at the charge misaed its but he fired the second barrel with fatal Link is a son of wealthy parents from which he has become es trayed and earned a living wife and three children by blacksmith Sorter was fugitives May and I the wo negroes who escaped rom Trenton jail after sandbagging keeper were discovered by Offi cer Berger in the northeastern lection of the They opened flrn on rfllcer Barter who attempted to arrest and wounded the wbo may A detail of mounted pollen irarutv dlately started upon tbe track of the con Jackson was shot dead while the other though hotly pursued by the waa subsequently captured eber Brothers said that their loss in stock and building would be They carry an Insurance of The cause of the fire is un The quarters ot engine No 3 were slightly damaged by as was the stable of which is next to the east end of the Vlamea in Monnt NBW May large fac tory of the Hodgman Rubber Company was set on fire yesterday by the bursting of a vulcamzer located la tbe vicinity of the boiler and engine A small boy gave the Work had lust ceased for the ECOU hour and all Including a number of did heir best to extinguish tbe Tnn Mount Vernon steamer at tached to a hydrant feet away and other companies made use of thu lironx near Neighboring houses caught fire several times but were not badly The building is close to the central railroads and traffic was hindered about an The works em ployed 3CU The lots was about and the Insurance The company will rebuild on a larger scale Temporary quarters will be en gsged and work resumed They bad a large number of orders nn It l iM the adjoining build inps suthnrittefl butl for that unprotected portion t ihu Winners at LMoola May Winners ot dityt Latonla races Teuton HolUn   

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