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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Wellsville, New York                                 -Jr -lì'--"'■ ^r^i '  "f-'A-  ■^'rl-r -■  V'  Oppioisition to Impeach-méiit Court Holding Allnight Session'  SUt7JER WAITS IN SIL^NCh  Opinion« Regarding. Probable Result of Vote Vary /Greatly-—Effect of - - F«tlorfe-' t« - T«»tlfy»  i ♦  (H.v Associated Press.)  Albany. Oct. 13—The high court of Iniijctichmerit will eouvetie at 2:80 today. lintll It uifet8. not even the judges has the alightest Idea just 'What form of procedure will be fol lowHl, That is a matter for the court to Kettle. There are ho Bpecial rules by whl<!h the impeachment court shall pro(;|!eU. Ths biggest queHtlon la as to whether tlje sosHion will be public or riot. The gnneral opinion wa« ttial while the tCKtimony may lie con-iiulHiert. privately the actual voting will be done in the presence of newspaper men and spectatorH who could be crowded into tlve gallery.  A hany, Oct. i:'.--A verdict in the liii|ti'achment trial of (¡overnor Sul ZPi, cii which the high court will he-fjin deHlienitious tiiis afternoon, will noi he reachpil hffore Tuesday, it is now lif'lievi'd. Opposition to ihn coMit Kilting throughout Monduv nirht as it liad l)epn plannt^d to do. If lu'ceMsarv, crvstulized nutidly yes-HMiiiiv and stMi^ral arrivals ain«)n(; ihf ludti;ps pxpr»»ss('d themselves as tiivornlde ti) rciniiiiiing in session not tu(ei- than midnight tiuilght at the laJf^'it They pointed out that there jtre several eldevly members of the iniMt arul if would he unfair to ask litem tu remain iil> all night when HM''e Is (n Ite fialned by such procedure other tlKiii keeping the i-onrt t<> pettier after the tlnal disposition of  lh(. t'li'-f heKIUS.  • Hmrt will not convene hef(»re 2 ."iO in'i ifH )( this afternoon and. as tl(«  M\m tiwfe tliejftm, two-QtteftUoiiB will) .be 4)BjDcitH^ Ajpoed^y aiid «arl^' ' Wte r^ftched .on .the vlt^i: but  ib« pt ôpinton Is thnt tht»  >t!l mt be settled uiitll TuesâajC ^  AH Tmth Not ToW ' A rumor waft current hiMt olgKt that Senator -Abrdbam .T. PalznVr ot .Mil' ton. to \wbDm Jyir». Sul««v told> bçr story after the govcirnor was impeached, would ask that the ease be reopened and the two be tttvlted to te?i-tify. in an Interview over thé tele-phone fiom hln home the senator denied that be had any strch Intention, -le has (nsiated several times since the trial «it«rt*m that tha whole truth  iVELLSVILLÈ, NEW yORK,TÜEí4DM!iMOKNlNC¿, OCTOBER 14,  iiÉiw»^-miii Iiitw Iiiiili . iiiiiii ifc'n'iiiji l' ïiiiiifit ÌI |['il II ■jiir- I fíiiiii [ ■  TIMOTHV WOODRUFF  EX'UIeotenant Governor Suceumbt * to «n Attack of. I*«raiyftie.  Sef etój-fí«^ 1ÍÍ  of the Govetttot'a transactions never  las been told.  Itntnnred within the "People's House" the governor silently awaits Mìe veiNíict of the court. It la InnW iibig foF anyo!!« t« see . him All ^miday he remained within the house with Mrs. Suly.er and. "Pat.sy,!' his pey log. his sole companions.  Opinions on Vote  Opinions of the (Jovernor'a friends and his enemies regarding the prob-aille result of the |ote ïire greatly at variuiice. His friends say he is sure 'If at least twenty votes, enough to prevent his removal. Some maintain he will get 22. IJiit those opposed tb •)im refii.se to concede htm more tlian eight. .  On the other hand, those who.se views are neutral say much depends on the' wav the court votes on the motion to strike out Articles one, two ind si*.  A majority vote will quash these articles, while it will require a two-thirds vote to remove the Oovernor. it is pointed out that If the articles which refer to all of Sulzer's nionev 'leals should he stricken out. many of his iiidees donhtless would oppose removing htm on the remaining charités.  Terrific Explosion  In New York City  - - - $  ( [îy .Associated Press.)  New York Oct. i:'..—Despite tlie recent roiind-itp of Italians suspected o" iM-'in!.', res|>onsil)le for lionvli outrages tiu- l-'asf siile «as disturhed toHuy lj\ lilt' of the most terrlfiv evt'fisions mi vcii's \ii enfile block was shnt en aii l .iliiiost evcrv pane ot íí ass in the li!n ¡ shatteitMl. riie urorerv ot Caildt'^' ♦ii was wre< keil <'.atto sai«l he liaii i e-  Photo C^ by Anieilcaii i-'rtss As.soclatloii  Women and Gossip.  It 1« more lin|n»rliiiit lli.it a woninii should lie a iroo<) missip mimI t<>ii pleas niilly and sin.arHv <if roMiinon frieml-iihd tiie tlioiisiiiid aini one ii<Mliiiiu:<^ ot tlie <la^' anrl lioiir tliairtliat sht> should speak with Hie t>iii;;iu' nf iiicu ami an i.'el«<, for av liile to^^ctlier Itv I he tire lia(vpeii.s mare frei|iii'HiIv In nnirr!"'Ke than tlie presence of a distinguished foreiinier tu dinner.-Il I.. Ste\en.sou.  WGE.  Arsenic Fousit in Stomacli o!  Two of Hef Isèpclindren.  __ii'- •  TWOOTHERSDÉllYSTERiOUSLY  -■- -  for t.aiioting and other ivroceil- r.p„,|^ rt^eive<i lilaek hand letleVs  nr«» must he decided on it was thoiuiht rnl'ke'v Hint the first |iroposit ion. t'lfi' \vi<ctlier certain teslilnonv should he «tri.ken out, ivciuld he readied iin tn late ill the aftei noon. .Vfter tint t'lc iirestion of tlie ronst it lit iona i oh-1 IkcM'mi'- raiser! hv Si'l7er"s counsel | }. «'-I f'M' imiii'af hment chanres ¡ire' !<• (.í- «nken >n>. Not nulli these are j (•i .> o-^ed of wi l a vote lie taken on ' 1' .■ M..(" 'ioti of the fiiiit (U' innocence if tlie Coveinor. Of course it is pos-:  i'wo Imiulre i and lil ty iiersons lia\' hecii dii\en from liieir iionie. .  Its Strong Point.  Yoiinir i.ads li.iokiiiu at roonisi Tlie smi dofsii'l l onie in here at iill, l.aiid l.idy No- Iliat is wiiy 1 iliaiL:e mili li foi tliis rooiii V..I1 ('.■ui -it li\  llic wihdcVN wilhiiiil dahi;er nt lili,; freí liied. lli'sloii Traiiscript.  Paroled to Labor on Farm.  Hoz« man, Ivlent«, t)ct IP, .-í iitenced lo 14 moMilis in tlii- couaty jail, and tlieii for one vcar to work  cii a farm, was the punishment foi forgery handed out to , aM Slioad i i!f»-(| r»^ ill tlie justice <onrt iieie  !-;iioHd had ti.rj; d a .-h' ck ior j riiarlts 'rhompsoa. n (¡«il ni-i nin< h»M  ,)iirt-(-d tti ial;e chai«c of t!M' soaii'  lunn for a y^'iir. am] f.)»- ori'^i- wa-  ac('epl"d t)> the «'OUf!,  General RogscII Quits Army.  U a.siiÌK,;lu'i. On I :. ¡¡ri'iadic  ("»'ueral V\'ii!iaiii T. li'K'-s. 1 , -  efiKin-t^rs, r'>(M'»-d ti'uii tiir arui> a the ?talutor> jii d ct m !I  vili he suoH-ccii.-.t hv Urigadltr (Jeuei III l)au ('. Kiiiuii'.iiii.  J  "Bullet Joe''Bush, Aged 20, a Giant Killer; Oldring Heads Bomtard  ment. Third Game.  Woman, Who Married Ranch Owner Last March Told Police She had Been Married Three TImea Befor«, Ail H«r Hutbandf Bolna Bead^f ficers investigatina Cause of Death 3t Each Man.  Waco, Tex., Oct.Charged vsith the murder of two of her eight stepchildren, Oscar and Dick, live arid nine, Mrs. J. H. Etherldge. the mistress of one of the richest ranches in Bosque county, la in jail at Meridian.  Proceeding on the hypothesiH that she disposed of two* other «tep-cbil-dren, two and 10, who died last June, and whose deaths were attended hv symptoms of arsemc poiBonlng. tl.e poice propose to exhume the bodi«-. The v scara of the two dhildren whou' Mrs. I3therldge is -charged with poiu-oning yielded arsenic under chemici.1 analysis.  Mrs. Ktheridge, who is 47 years olu, married the owner of Looney Rancli last -Warch. She told the police that she had been three times married before she nut Etherldge. Ail ot h'jr former husbands are dead and the authorities are now Investigating the ''ircninstances of each case. She first appeared In Bosque ronntv lu.,t Junuary She protests her innocenc-i  mMPHIl! TAÎE Of [RFQ VOLTIIP'SLOSS  Land Lies Kordt of Asia  Russian Commander WHL* sky Announces Area as Large as ureentand  Withm the Arctic Circle.  "SLEEPING PALM" FOUND  Discovered by Curator of Park Museum at San Francisco.  San Francioco.^ Oct. 1 i -A specimen of tlie rare "sleepiiiK palm" has bern found in Golden Gate park, probably the only on»- in the United Slates. Curator Barren of the Parii museum discovered it. The' tree, which was iiroaght to this country 4() years ago by the famous Australian botanist, \\illiain iiobinson. ^ives out a peculiar aromatic odor. Harren smelt tlie existic fra^irance and discover-• d tiie tree whose iip')er branches were laden with beautiful rainbow-lined flowers, giving forth heavy perfume. Around the base of the tree were dead bodies of small animals and birds.  The curator soon felt drowsiness stealing over him. his son complaining of the same sleepiness.  It., was found tliat tiie tr<»e which had origijally been brought from one of tiie South Sea islands, belonged ti) the species focineae Somnabulse, or sp<*'ping palm, which hloom-s only once in .SO years and the flo\\er< of which were formerly used as a drug bv the islanders.  Wireless Story of Reseneii Maa From lll-Fated Steamer.  134 REPORTEDTO BE SAVED.  HE TOSSED COIN FOR DEATH  Chance Determines Instant Suicide For a French Army Captain.  Paris, Oct. l:;. 'i iie loss of a coin (Ictermined the death by suicide of an ' artiiiety capiain. Gaston Halphen, be- | longing to a good 'family at Fontaine- j l»l"au. where he was stationed. j  Halphen w^nt to ills room donned a ; dinntr co-iil, wrote s^nrral fatcvse-li tiei>, and then, taking; a sou from s pocket, losi^f-d It in the air to d--cid" whethVr ii> (iie (hat d.-iy or iitii'i i "I'hf ( oin decidali tOf *iistant action. ' atul t iif-reupim llal|>luMi u ii iiut loiifd  ijiti ilui heart. l>i'ath wa.s inuin'd  \Va.sbington, Ucc. 12—.Members of; ttiv i<>aLtuucii vteugiaputc aoitet.v «ara It. Lou:i> tiiui lue leporiwd niisKiau ..i.,v.uv«i> ui u contaient »ut» luites .X..IU UI U li ue, w uulu be tue  la.si discovery of laud. '1 ney pro »1 lue ri,osi uuportuiu discov Nviiaui I.IB .^iL-trc t.'ircle tn lue .uai cfentury.  i he report from St, .Michaels, Ala» ita, liiat Coinniuudei- VVilitsiiy in com-uuiud of the Hussiau governtueat sieduiers 'i'aiiuyr and VVuygatch had a<i)\ed there and announced the dis .livery df a body ot land as large as Greenland, enending beyond l^atitudc Kl Noitti and l.,ongilude ln2 Ii^ast, ta<iie as a /listin<-t surprise to the mtriiilieis ot the society. It was Kuowii laat the iim^.siaii government for veurs had pursued a survey lu the lan ocean hut no word had rea<'h ed the society of regular e.xploring .'Ai.eti.ilon into the frozen .Siorth. The eAiaar,e noitii ot Canada. .Alaska and riiueria has long «been regarded as a; rtiviting held lor investigation, liovvever, and the ('anadlan govern h.t-iit sent ^.apta.ii Mellanson into the .Arctic last «umme. on h three .vtai expedition.  • Major <;eneial \V. Greeley, Arc tic explorer and scientist, thinks some en or must have been made In de-s( . Ibing tiie loc ation of Him newly t, ;nd loni.iieiit. though he is not in ciined to doubt that an impoitant discovery has been made. The General suid today that on Deceniber IH. IsiM. ll e Fiaiii in whuh I>r. .\asen drifted .iiio tilt? .\r( tic region^ was in l.ati tilde .S2..".ti, Longi'ude liM jnst a little north of w iiere the Southeai ex-tieniity of the ;atid reported discov-eie.'i is «aid to he l)r .N'asen's party saw no land and so confident was he tiiat none existed in the vicinity of ijis vessel that lie lias aijiued siiue t at the iine.xplored portion of the A I tic ocean is a deep liasin.  »ieneral <;reeie\ siinnested that it hiirdl> seamed possible tliat a conti [¡cut of tiie '-i/.e of (Ireeniaiid roui<i evi-t lietweeri the drift path of tlie f-'nini and ('ai>e Chelyuskin, the noitii e: 11 most point of .Asia.  W€DS TO GET FORTUNE  )  American Girl Wins $100,000 by Marrying Marquis.  Mornsto\\n. .N. J., Oct. 11. Ihat Mrs .May <" Potter .lones. widow of , l>!. .loiiii llrtvu-s .Jones, ioiliiei'4 j ash ii^toii. aiirf'ed to settle .IImii hk» j 11, till lif-r daiiKlilHi, Miss .Martha Pot I 1er Joiie.s I rovideU she married Ilie I .'niiii? Giuseppe Lan.'.a d AioMa of I !ia:> IS shown in an ■^..e.vcmfiiified copy of .Mrs .lones' will, tiled in the I i : mua 1 e s Oil.i'e hcrf.  l ice maiKate of .Miss .loties to the la; an inth.riiibii took pla<-e In l-'loi .-iM-e m iieiember, 1^114 hilt at th» tuiie no im u.'on vvas made of a rnone I IIA ai;i eeiilelll.  -...........  thfew up great t».  i(iU«d. Thi» m^âv ttte After 'Hie ejt"' * - ' ' ' ' better jum^. | a« â gooff «mt T' éôttlé -  manUi, by tîifiïf; w^'ix^^Ètii^:  tiiiñy «toi» h* On« of the m»^  ers an I!^ngli«hmftn, «ald wmUd with me aod one tíf thé crew «a* wftt»' ing Vu take a chance. ï iutn^d ftRrt They followed but i never aaW thexft again. radoubtedly they were «úodi drowned.  "i made for & German «hip mtâ «touted ftb'loMdiy a» r booM.  'Reacued PaMCnger 8peal<a in Glow-' ing Term« of Bchav.or of the Officer« of the Burning Ship in Their Offiperata EifdaavoF to Save Wtvas ^f th« Pawenger« In the Terrific Panic Which Followed the Outbreak ot Fir«.  l,.ondou Oct. 13.—Tiie first detailed story of tho burning of th« Volturno and the terrible scenes that followed it told by an aerogram received here iHBt night from Arthur Spurgeon, managing director of CaHueira Llniited, a pafttenger on the (iarmania Mr. Spurgeoc obtained tlve story from .\»,hur Trintepohl, a German commercial traveler, who Jumped from th« biasing Volturno on Thursday nighl j and waa rescued by a sailor of the t'armania who risked his own life by going into the aea after Trintepohl  »efore the nurvlvor lost conscious-ne?s from •^iposure and weakness, lie told h'a story to Mr. Spurgeon. lintll ine Bngl'sh piiblislier called the man's attention to it, he did not know that his shoe soles were burned off by the fire that hud charred th.^ Vpl-t in no's deck.s  "I had been working for a linn of mercliantrf in Barcejonu." said Mr. Triui*»poJ4il. "i gxU-aJi oJlcr uf a p.a»l-tionJn New York, so I took a third class passage on the Voliurno. We sailed from Uotterdam on Oct 3, and all went well until (i o'clock the fol lowing Thursday.  "VVe heard a tire alarm sounded ;ind we Were ordered to go on deck The ofiicers told us that a tire had hfOken oot in the hold. They diil not know how bad It wai-. hul_they were afraid that it had gained a big start.  "The situation ^ot worse almost as fast as we breathed. It was not ion.;; until we could S'e thint;s blu/.iiii; do n below. There were cries for th'^ boats, but tiie sea was rolliu« in mountains and at lirst tlie officers hesitated 'l"he rrii s for the lioats increased. There was onifusion, run ninj:; abtnil, ciirsmK  "Captain iiudi li^^liaved splendiiiiy and so did the otlicrs who are F.ur-lisluiieii. I am sorry tf> say that tlie crew, made up of Germans and Bel g ans. behaved \erv bad!v. I'eople were riisiiiiiK about wildl>. and, in-ste.id of tr\ln^ to (|iiiei ihrni, the crew were tryiiiK to ^et first place in Ih" ¡Mats Tliey wore making the panic worse  "The first otiicor took cnartre of th • tiii-t l)oat that was Kotten readv lie called for women and children, hot there wa.- a rush from the < ;e\\ and lei -t of the people wlio ¡¿(It ill this first boat were memhf'is of the  "Tliev maaße.) if> Idui-r tlie ho.Tt mi :  .«p'te nf the wind-, wliii-h k«pi Swimi; ; Inj; K aKainst tlie side nf the .vh.n i poiindinu It liack and forth a« tli- shii> j rolli-d It just reached tlie \\;iier;  'when a sreat wa\e hit M. janiiiied if I  never iicard me I iinppose the wled liept them from hearing me. It WM hard work Bwininiing and ' aeveral times I tJfought I v,a.B gone, but Í kept H|»h"rin¿ aiid iurttejLJo^ard Jthe fkrmaniîr. wb«-~  hcr s+»arciiligbt oier the water âud finally the beam Of light covered ïïie. They saw me from the ship and I hr-ard voices calling out to me to keep going and ttioy would take me in.  "I hecmne half uiicoit-RCioH», 1- suppose. Keeping myself up mechanically. I don't know how I wa« taken out-"  Trir.ti^pohl became very ill and waa unal^ to continue, his story. Me waa attenrled by a doctor of the Carmatila and put to bed. He will recover from hl« ÍRightful experience.  STEAMERS RESCUED 533  Number of Dead from Expiosion. Fir« and Drowning. Biscad at t34 Ne« Vork. Oct. Wv-The report» re-C'^iived by the IJranhim line by wire-loss trom the Steamship Kappuhali-nock from the Cunard Itnti and from \Mieless htatiouK In Irfdand make it appear that 11 steamship have res* ciu d r>:;:! persons out of lhf> Volturoo'ii lis» of ttaT passengers and crew.  Willie (he capcatn of the Rajipa-hannock Insists tliat Tn or 80 perl«hed. other reports continued to place the number of dead from expiosiou, tire aii«i drowning at 1:54.  There is still the iiossHllity that two boat loads of the Volturno's peo-pi", about -ino, i^raped the storm (hat these are included m the list of the dead.  (Uy Associated Prei^s. I I.ondon, Oct. l'î- The la:st mesi^ase re(('i\ei(l from Gonmiauder inc-b of the Volturno befoií^ »handouinp the hiiriiiii!.: vessel ac<-o!diug to a wireless iroin tiie Carniania earl.\ today. >^a\s 'Canntir. sonietWng be ilme. fc help us.' \V»» must aband<m tho •.hip riafes of Buskling stand  il ^e a-. 1 may have to jiunp for it.'" !iu h «fuujiJi^d liì.s wireless- to the op-of the \olturno ;u<;t Isefore .'leiiiff driven out of hi.s room hy th« (lames .Shortly after 'the Volturno «a-- a mass of tliinie.- fioiu funnel to iorecast le  TiTs" ihi' i.-ite  The oftleer was years old 'Die letters which lie jeft sllowed lie hii.l ijiniiielled with Irs f^-llo» officers ihout;h tilt cause of the dispute u!i known He w.is wealthy and was eoii-nectfd hv inaiviHue with a member of ihe instiliile ni >"iaiice  EUGENICS AIDS LOBST€R  Supply Increased by Work of Fisheries Bureau,  WashiiiKton . 1 »< ! r. tlea\ y iii  Vl'ease ill tiie v![il|.|\ ll! Idh.-ti rv, !il  y«ar, tt<wi.ittfo:g to it ««port Uit- Ouietui  of tishenes to Se.reMr> ll'dtiel,! ,,{ • tlie dep^rtiiKMH t'l tomme.cv, i-s auri billed by tisiiermen and dealef^ ui op .rations Of tiie lisheries biiieau lu I rliticial propagation of tlu' lobster  Keports slio'.s ili.ii tht re has 'leen a ' heav \' increase iii Uo' supph sin< e ili--'bureau devoted sjieci.il attention to ' tile work, pari leii 1,11 1V .ilon;; the (■o,isi of .Mairir, where lobsicrs are bein)< : taken in f;reater numbers than e\er  : before  l-'roui KockiaiiU. .Me,, ll is reoprted j that tiie avetage daily sUipmeiit Las ' been j:u tons of lobsters from April to  . .... ... ........  The will Ol .Mrs, Jones further j neatnst the ship and broke it in two. hiiiiiis to liuht the fact lh;it w |,,>n ! F.\erv soul In it wasilrow ned it;e w:l! was made, -he and liei dauuh ' I'-r, tlie man he-a. v,ere pot on «ordial; terms' ,\ltlioiuli the man nesa is the)  oniv siirviv.n^: el.im, ni.lx Ut«-- $ 1 mk.ih.u ' , ■ , 4 . o xa, , ^  Engl net Coutd Not Be Worked  Ship Drifted m Heavy Sea-  ——- U ht'n Ih»' rarmaiiiit i,,imi -in  .New Vo k Oct lo A wireless from ih* tiiu^.-ei Kiirfuerst tells that tiro on th»' \'olt«irno starte.! by an explo-■,uiu loraard ThiHf<»hiv morniifg. the I'.iii'es eaidnu ciuht feet tbtHmgU the M when , the GlTWi^ei Knr-! "---t ; Fiî.tv Ol* more o:' the  Vi-ltMiuo-- 1 rtw and stSerage t>asseu-|,e . were kil'e.l l<v Che explosion.  F'ortpa■^.'^engers irv ere lost hy the "-"ir'tu Ol the ii|p boat. Sixty to e'>;yit\ I'itssencers Cou the lv\o other , ;.' i aw IV i.mf appa'.'Mitlv were u',1 \iai Thursdav night another we ii'ii o< 1 M red ' ai'sinu u panic .I'luiiij^ the - and ciws  1 Ml-,, :e-ii.lining aboard crowded aft were t.iUeii off safelx at dav-' !"nd,'i\ TI-, e Kiiríiierst re-  ii<>r1s hav'nu sii'\i\oi> atni a to-  FLAMES SPREAD FAST MEETING OF SUFFRAGETTES  111 tultillmeiii o! ibe asievnietil «1 thei time of the iiia'riane is willed out ' r ^lit to VÏÏ.....  and  d.iuufii f-r  4!>th Annus! CG-Fwention of  ìioii Opees In Bmghamton To-------------------------------or row.-  A Tree and "So met 1 llie^ h ;l 1 11 e 1 I ie> t ed 1 lie h.l lid I  -.1 > - I ir I h.ll le>> • . I  M illstone.  111' 11- I.I II M iin-.ii W ot man r. I \ 111 ll  '11; 1.  III.  Mieidol,  N llu-l filine I  /le- ' i -  ■M ; } : ir»»'! ;  1- :i .llll.t  .1 the llwlld..-.;  Il- Volili,  t II  1 I I  ■■lüv lìTt.'.!  Ih,-  il.m- tli,  • v\ h I ■ I 1 I •I le Î - 11,1 I II ;  U.-ov Ihe -'e  1 h.-i hli ; 1 Mt; ll-e li"le ■lh,Ì lile w i;r:nlil  Convicts Escape.  \ii!.i.rn < I. t uni ! o 1.11 Sh-\vii d •.-..iii.--!,i-t MI-hi  ! " I .a :  !l P  l,ad eli,hi  n i '.1 \ ali 1 h H ti to e^< a| ve 11. o n ! Ij i e -  . e - K nit -a k I - V\ .1 in  ■ Uint V !.. ;  hot 1 e I., I n I  live  we all said, Now we w 1 ÍI.: s,i ^ ■ .1 Hut the III emeu I usiied up and lelust-d to j;.. Lia.K i Im ll tot out hi> 1 e\ dlv,-! and  tlieni bciov\ li'ke .-ll. ep lie liave shot tliem down i! the\ n, obevc-d liim Th.' fin r.oüti i. l>ou.M Iouliis aiiil ' h' V had on deck This '.sas ver. s lh>' captain had driven lii' in -l'l.ai> Wild.- -ahajaL tiu- w o; a t he da V \\ ollieii s\ el e -111', 1.milled cia/.;;\ Sou:. 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