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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - July 26, 1924, Lubbock, Texas                                 £ IHRE!:  Mahon Winner By Big Majority; Settle And Halsey Are To Be In Run-t’  LISTEN TO  CLOTHIERS SPORTS BROADCAST KFYO 5:45 AND 7:30   m FIRST In Lubbock-FlRSTOn The Soidh Plaint  in. MjUDDOCK    i nv OUiunJrittinà    Price  Sunday Avalanche-Journal ' 5  Latest N< Report,  VOL. 10, NO. 47  26 PAGES TODAY  LUBBOCK. TEXAS. SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1936  MEANS "ASSOCIATED PRESS’  Printed At  enf* 3 A. ML  Sheppard Wins; Allred Has Long Lead  4* 4» <► <► ^ * 4» 4» ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ * ♦> ❖ *:♦ * * ❖ <♦ ♦> ❖ ❖ ❖ <♦ * * * ♦> * ♦> *> * * ♦> 4» * 4» a 4  4» 4$» 4» <« *î» ♦♦♦    4» 4» 4» 4> ♦♦♦ 4».  County-Wide Lubbock Officials Clearly Elected  Long Ballot Slows Count Last Night; Eight Boxes Out  Results Of Three Major Races In Doubt At Returns From Big Boxes Incomplete; Record-Equalling Vote Indicated For County; Sheppard And Allred Given Large Majorities  Area s County Vote Returns INot Complete  Tabulators In Practically Every Section Of Territory Are Slowed Down By Lengthy Billot ; Races Close  Day (¿els Majority  Mahon Coasts To ^lkefiiris  ‘Hop” Ha!  In Rae'- Stia* - '-Thf* '  Kour Counties District Are N Heard From  .1  Cnmmimoner Of Agriculture. Given Good Vote In His Home Section To No Avail  IUBBOCK county, rolling up a magnificent vote for j United State« Senator Morria Sheppard and Governor Plainview Man. Running For James V. Allred, clearly elected six county-wide officer»  Because of incomplete returns from precincts 1, 4, 27,  28, and 33 in Lubbock, precinct 18 at Idalou, and precinct 24 at Slaton, at least three major races were in doubt.  25 PRECINCTS COMPLETE When the Avalanche-Journal tabulators b«gan running totals at 1:30 o’clock this morning, 25 precincts had reported complete, seven were incomplete, and Bledsoe with a voting strength of 102 was unreported.  The total vote was expected to equal the 8,000 cast two years ago and perhaps exceed that figure. Many Lubbock vote» were uncounted  ¡'eri ; <v;r.tv Ho’ith Plain* from pTH* * ** inrorr, -  Oth^rv ( t-  f t e '*’; r  * '*• * ''  A moti«    it «-e* n;  election ■»*"'<'  R#-eìe» - t !'•!’. • r    Jm  n!Mn<-1 > • .: • * •• -V    Wit *  Dicker.*-.  Middleton In Ron oil  Pia. a'.* < • run -  if«, r, ; f ' • ’• K>r Utt h  UKt    '  Ap;>arei.' : D Ai>r n  A fi  Lubbock County's Vote Tabulation On Page 2  «MeMor roun 1     -.ret o- ei Net.-  Mae > Sw ■ C ‘ •  Re-e'.e-ter: ' > <■ • '*••.«! '»Mi-holder A. L H»*r r .‘ ro aif. ...jf\e-.(T owt Sylvan Hander.»  Uncounted h»' :ot• >!' i■ do •' ii  Ute county »'•orne- •• r*. *• an<1 tnnde prMStbi«* a    ;i, u-.e !    for  > <’<»!»> jude*  l>e\en» Mien ( low Conn’*. V^'Trt- J- < 1 *a* uaha.* I(i>v: • .J A.:er. i .’"'I t'*  3    115. n»l? !!•'• ■*"!«' ! I 1  ’line.-»notsiiii •.'<    •<> < ii.iii» 1 *  •    he r«r*>  •I J    pi*.:.«-«-: < ' .•  P!«||1A. » fnrn »*’ f’Hle    4 f!  f r UHfiri <>| fh** L'iOt><xk Avai.iui^ . tu leading U.e i««-e for rotiniy judge witti I 7fii fHbuiHt«-'! viit» Vaughn F Wllwrn, lot u rourly »ttoiney    (im< It.g  in I r tutnn- ronie*t with 1.492 vntm. but youl* t A V Wrsver, jr, h»<i ¡2*2 bslljt* lo h| rrwllt. (Jne of *» e *vu) ail! ko    run-off «rilh  • '»’a j'liMri« of the pear« Abel Oat III front  Mhenf! A*<e| •, irtuslly had double th»    iwej-.eff h’, hb nearefct op-  !>*>».ei, 1  Mi<i/.!efor bm. the other tht^e .*! i >    I. Mctcallr,  Fdgst 'I ’.<•». .• ii c F K«*rder. i et;e! *. r <: -jf?    .¡»(X'1' <n msfce  4    run-off '>•<":.i!i." *•  f  »r\ 8«nstO(    : '■ rmiM-il 4 4«ll  '■ i>1 M  liiiiihw« ». • <Hit.' ^<i ■'  1  »liiKtewi-USjfl l»e<irge Ntrti.fih Ki'.li lIlHli n  t o-lu-ult** HIM H>m > t(' r: li '»(I  |w/lsenl. f: H H|WI k. til«* I ml11:ln - # <<l to*. J (iwnf^iitlile; yi,o iiui. h» i* i^tibhock rouno hsd f»voie>t Hep-)' eiiiull'.r .1 tkivlc Weftlr w1111 H.Mi  •    l uii, u, P*ue 2, Column a.  Blair.Burks And Pitt« Are Holding Lead  Berry Trailing By 45 Ballots With Reports Far Short Of Completion; Pharr, Ratliff Are Believed Defeated  A B.hi* 'ii'tnrt attorn«^ *t,o .J-;flge H'irn^r I Pliarr *nr i'ii!*r <>{ the 72nd dl'trtc* hi.- < ,>' t >' >r s» : t hs » ’.r.ajor.’v o‘  ; <«>;' %n*e.- .» < ordirne ‘ incomplete '• *• ¿rr>from «1! of tl:< fi>ur ovm* o’ the di.»'rift îî:>«;î itrr!«-' ever\ ¡'it'. totiK vere follow ( HIM V-    Pharr Blmr  ('>* hran . . .. ... Kt4 .’*>8  t*roi.h\ ................. ¡04: ; :i; - 7  Mo. k!<*\ ............... '.‘1« 1  [    4 u r    ..........: 1"  '/t’e- Hen-fil;d frffV. ej; rie-ir  CV  Day filali l.e»d  ÎH«-. r.f p ■ . i  ”;•»> - :ot;er ■ ■ 1. : : ..  •> 10e R;H .  h;  « a  ! I: *:.r M’!.    : o:  !d Rii^ii p! P . •• • h :. * ¡Zimmerman of 7 !<*;< ‘a clo>i ru'-e o..- • . •  ! c ompleti ref um;? uith 4 \otev w)»f, 4 SÄ2 Ni> ■ ■ »:n:>.» <■ • ■ i turili- »err ¡tv»:.-»h!e : ' ■ oti:.’' Oi.-v.. • •; P. . ► • Hale 1,1'::b a; '• .--a • r  T»r»ater KlerteH I: the ! JU!1 ff^‘'* tiu ' ra■ * A H T ■■ • •> ■' ’e;  I eri o’, er ' Birr.*!  1  • M r- 4  j 6.23'.’ !.. :  ; 'U ' !' • -if.."  'tur n-¡ 1 r. t 1   C 1.    o: D¡ s  ! h'iidjns h *i<*id of :!.’*•*• ■  ; da' e^ -.vif h k tr.tr: ; 2 l.eoiL.tri \Vi 'i tiii* . - S'i>: < >e< i>: '■ u - 'h IV» O'.’ *-!.- :r. wer.* Jim A ion;.'•    »".r. w ^  of D; . •! • , .t\    ••  r.üinlng C<x ;.r ure, ««& , Cr^-r. :• home D •  ;; other On ■ •  H-- •  ' r.; t r Ur,:  : Der.r.te Lyr : r’iiir.mg , Tei : In- Yoa? h i««el! s ,ir.f:-r.nn 7-.. :.nf- -     -,    pARRYINr,  \ , fniinties    p*    r.y.r of    •re -          Vf» pr.r        n r. »••»          :'‘- ; :rn'N -n 'h ir;cr Conti re    r I'»»'   i >.sîr h t    r '’nr-av*    . •          > i nonv.üH'*'^    ‘O»- ’ i                  •- f'Tilii’, pi" I    r,»i v .    *-              : iCDd'H. T in: ! • foe.Ti h’  M.-ihor, ' p '''    ; w    \  r ' v ».*■'  7" i          *    '• fr.r 5, Andrew - B-    > r  ^ * • ‘    K 'i" i. ■    \t ,          ' 'T.untie;. .        f, » *          .....    f rtunties (  The f-r.ntjre.v'.-n-.i«:-.    t-              ■.ev r>,- ;ar/e-  • r.iji’. he 'lu', r     r :\:i •    ■V* "              ;ri4 T'-e-    a ;        ■ ■ : i.          <i f-H Hale ?! '..i.bbr.ck f •        . i .    '<. :. i.          i.-.r! Yoh^  V ot »*^ *  :: compie-, .'a ( oiint»    - *.    ’'I ¿4 b »»ti    . >v >perk      : '-.e; 4-i.    ?h ;;e\  ■"oehra:......  ' "roefc* ....        :h::    («          I'Jawscr .....        ■-Í4.'    ¿•i          : ' 'ken            ;      .. r    • * aie»i    . . _    .    - iJ      ; 7-. 1    * i r/ii .    ......    .. . w.    ;      !X)    :i.i>    .....    ¡0 '    H '          Hh 'K ej)        *}+*■          ss.*.     1  Kiev . . .    .... .    ’Hi          Ts    ;• Mirri ......  ' H B‘ 'h .        '4'_‘  i-*. 1 :-;          jail    ‘ !. ’ - -        . i    '  :      Hunter Is Soundly Beaten; Run-Off  Urgent inquiries Being Made' Bdl8\CCi \j H 11 llL 01V In An Attempt To LocMp  Massachusetts Woman And A v„» orc  r;.. 0     c, . p    u o r  ^    ^    > orers    Mippnrt * ^    In r; ^ 51 * nvnzrx n; If* < lv *r !  Saturday : Thompson r-.os Rail F * *; r?; iocMart <,?o.  Shppparri. Wood.« *^tn’ J. h MrDnriid  v f>rr»p<i  Party Of Co-F.ds  Faint Í lue Given  p.  Mountain Gateways To Madrid Blocked Bv Strong Troops i.^st Night; Rumble Of Artillery Is Heard  ¿A •  *■> -r3tli‘»i-fj »r ;< > ^tin-off r3^!rn-- 4 |'\ > 11 n n f f i c ; a i rn «, 11 ¡ t « o » moM political i h * f • r W 'n i i f* t h *' r (' i  - ' ."ir'd? \ — s' ’ ’ i; -f.,  nft    r: c 1     h'  (   rone; to b f a pr.'t* \ '-lov-a  * »*rr1;» v «■ ’:>•* r i m? i 'KMf'.'r * h*-*. vjil sr i 11 a do.««, t b 1! 1 f •• ' •! governor s ra<-_-*•* I ivn * ik.-iv  r o amount whalovpr i !r°worl;* hf*r    rif'v f 'nont h  furnished b\ ■■an r i'd?t<^ -nr *hf t-^iiro; r.ommif.s;'in -  B!«st;rn:  ( t\<* »nn'iricnu ¡nto political >bii\i^.r- «nd hik* inif his 'otai i rot urn.«. v>'*pt ¡n t »-om    .prtion. United  Staff*«. Senator N1 or»-'« :hfpp«rd >Aon* >n b^d ast ntjrht Mir« of a ' .!' h 'i-rm n *h»* ipper    • >t con^rrss. Shep  pard $ opr.onont:. never bi.es * < hancr and thf- ^iight. zrav*  ■ n 0  ■■ lí-mocr? t ic t f ft ir f f-arK « f » r d -in. « »  j r,. i-, t f , n 'he •> T) u c h « n d i!    to be  i rricuiture  fernen over Torn Mr;  ‘Out in Fron  .in-  'O ’■!!-  He  ldentille> Unknown  ;tj»*’ 1! ^¡r.‘ tl Mr: , ••»artv li.t: ‘¡’.pm juenni.v.M •    ,i the tate depart-¡  !.    ai tí* Mrs Owens  :-"¡t va; 'i::':nn?a :n -ni-o;>- • :':e \-r.er:can c-:n«.ul hi.  "ivi: "<•'! n : .-n:' • n ,i :',i: ' r.* nquir- -;¡a> Mr;.. : it t :    :>''iro *’o;r • n»*re ■  Jl'fí Uan<  Uncle Of Slain Co-Ed Given Freedom But Will Remain In Jail And Give Cooperation In Finding Slayer  Man killed In  ♦H«:  Pitu I.e^iU Krttltff  ; ! ; ttif tH‘ I O'! ti.( , » IflM* ' 111 i* "t  *|.e '*<th d!’>tn< î . (<m|.rlMini I  . iKintv »¡oi.e {'o’,.til\ .Is«!«« K ; !. P:f »a*- lendlltg •lohn I. Udii!! i '>SM to BÖH  j Burton S. Burks Leads Ì District Attorney's Race  B111 tun « Burk* a' '1‘Ihi.i di; Mtrt dlo.iitey lot the littet .Nfwn \e>tr.>> lending hlh op|x»nent tie.iige H Herrs tf*i the dtMrlrt attornex-,-!up t¡v 4S %i»U*h in. ompli-tr return; eut!', tod*.'. ^lK»»'^•d  Mt Buriu> terelvrd S utr uno Mr Berry Ò7HJ H»* i.iiriM i’orh-ran mid l.uttlxirk <ourtir> «i» ¡ Mt Bf»r> (,'rohhy und Hm Me»  I K-T « i .r:- i Kr: ' K r  1)11 K y N S < (UN n  SPI i; ■’ i'\ ?'• Si*r< irt  Liberals Seek To 1} Solidifv Positions  in \i.K\ \>I)LK h t m.  V--MK 1.1 !<-il    Foiei([ii 't.tif  m  Í.aí^st Pitáis!  ■» u n it 1 v t urr-au v Iter*  iT,i:  NUr'f'.aïl C *. Off tot U>H'  Minn 1, rS'-a-M*!  Leo Mea i Caught I nder Avalanche Caliche Earlv Saturday Right Leg Broken And Lett Shredded  Ml  M i t : 1.1»  .o \ I t;' . .i  ■ Oeppa r rl :  I e*i.-r ; ’•UMl  » i 1  .1 ;  Ht  men  C. L Harris Is To Oppose L Westfall  Total;, wete rol'NTV-  CorhHMi .....  Crodbv .......  Hockley .....  1 .of) bock .....  C I H>--.. Itili llH ;i‘.t»ri g UM I ■ ,1!! stHte rrplrwi  fOtllpieO IrtUI  ties <’! tin-j U»du\  Huikk Herr» i Hut t ¡ it- .  . -.r. 1 HI j tall. : 1 -ri J *. liuti I2HH j W A < t.ei ; ' Ilio 134K  3433  3963  ITS HERE FOR YOU!  $-  In C’ash PrizeH.  Turn To PaRe 5. Section 2 And nnter thf* hig  SILHOUETTE  CONTEST!  Tarwater Leading In Hale Balloting  PlAINVir.W. July n 'H|ie<ial* -Hundds' With «lx oul ot the M-Vrh (..miller < OfllprtMllg the l'JOth ^lat^• rfi»ieh < *n , aHve dutricl r«iiort-mtti A B [m»<dei Incumbent wiib leading three to one, return*» ert-ly lodav Kho^efi Parmer county made no report Tanmtet reiined 6JS3 yoie» to ana:t for H»l Blrkenfeld. Oaiitro count * lot »1»- wer»  I III NTV-BaiJey BiIm or ..  Castro ...  Hale ......  Lamb ----  Parmer ...  Woyii -----  larwalcr lirkcnluM  ..... wa Hi  ..... *i«4    70  ..... 10h    404  ..... 363«    «10  ..... m    90  ....................no report  .... iflflfl an  M.aai*  3033  IIINKhS II» MTAI.  AUB r IIN Jui ’jt) 14», Mrb Vir-finiii ?) M'Kfi.iU' wilt- ot Rev. Wa.Ur K M.Krnjue pastor of Utdverm; Bapttai church her*, di#d 'urdtfl ' folio7 in« a luiKertn« tjln- f-iuier»t aervict« wlli be to« morrow.  Suicide Watch I» Started By Guard* ; Biade /« Fumé  I ( Uh ANi .H 1  y UHI U.- ,‘.|rt|-er  das o\ei H t» a walled e. o  C)e\-tele.- • the bu* ' ta : ’ -leiMiuid We.st- m ente-, the Au-,ope-,i ,n v tn the I18th  :  m <•  » dl.'.tru v. Iti- S •m the fix coun-1 • n  - showed early j the  ’ Y»--  ; .H! \ote&. WoM-l \'ou Met i m, 1,0153 and J  (> (lf   i than ' I i. retín o Tro men t aftei  tioum r. 1  Brown been r»-;■ JUUK-Myned . tor ht- (•! It ret mh The Brow n « leh.v i * * lietKlon coipu-* *  l le\eiltet  \ in  I’onedurr     Vot.- In    ACI  \V tt.il    Mer    Crttd-1      Count X    11.-.    uit    dock ;      Dirken    i    HM    271 !      l lai ta ,    I . ’!>    <80    7t»j      Kent ..    \ ’t«»    U-’    50,      King ..    rt.i 1.4    m    4d !      Wi iu t \    ■ i >M    1006    Ii.ll      BtOliew «U    -, ; i I.’«    ia»    «4          : : ,». .’.■''•I    l Î&3    «â7          ---------    —         i>m 2h. I*—celt un ide watch t©-lameb. ïê a*-, he which mu*t be  death to n-“ •("’« f° r  what the Mate mitrii ttie im»i horrible murder In ru-nm Evtta ■> i^iUi.. *• tiegun alter a wileis ra/oi niddi wa* lound tn a pocket m itn- iMind green-eyed barber». (ai Wd Jame* denied he planned mih He bald he gave Ihe bladr 10 tumkeva voluntarily  hMAU I tAl* »LIGHT  AMARIIXO July 36 lor Clint Hina il ot AmarUio, wm» cliuKiitk to a «light lead al midnight tonigli* m hib heated eontetw with f urti.s u.ugiaub of Panhandle, wim opjioht-d him tor reelectlon in ih» aiM MO.Htoi lai d ut riel Small had an advantage o| only l.feu voteti Onb a tew thouaand vota*» remali) to be counted.  The tot ab Amali 18 Bòi £K>tiglai* RMi).  -.i.- -herd!  'paper <e -n inule».  P'.  li-Kba'n an--vMrtge trom ■••‘tiger had  .-.I hi ha<j  f.i-' i-orpuh .nd made  •  1  isiieittt  . -i.« 1  un* .:>'-o tiif. ■ i habeas  -■■■kl  Actual Ftghtma Van Power Of U. S 4»mv 1% Increased  WAHHlNw ''    ' ‘  Ttie IMii'.. -I -     1  »a;.  fchown leu .    . a ,»-d u h  actual fight.. ■    • •  n  "¡"re  than 'jMOOit "     ,asl   year  When He * • .«  :  a year ago " -fulfill tin ( i . -satiott oi « -u . men, the 4i'>.. enltoted m- i. e i olficerK The w.>i o >■ ■  :  public JuH tei i .1'  Ing that the «to i enlisted men hi i rookie« at the i at* •. !  The hlgl* roiiiinai . ■... mem oi tut goal u*i j  ' t^egan true lo «i'hon-! tin (kki  » 1H 7 r»<>  ■ 1 <HNt  SLAT' broken . when hr avalnn. h> f.on ir 1   thl* moit died ea: pita) h' * Me«..; i reaiovn:,.; from i Cotton ') he wa^ 11 Ol MJip;:.  mmuii's extricat;o Thf o'clock 0 clock  •:«tv  ;:i i,.'«, u: -)>•'. :: i  .1*11 »»( I 1!,..  H* • .¡I*, •oiiriir.  ;»u:  - Min-!.; on»- » ’¡IIlDif iS i i. U ’ : • i '»-i! itigli!- -it nip : i ¡r.;» :-:iiiiu -uoumam*  ¡ : t-1 *¡ ' ;¡c '  i »! 't I ' - 11 iv i K  ; : i  •j i i -  !lf.‘  'Ml  Hh-  L i.'.l.lli]  ’Hi*  Hf  «l'uro Uj    I  *! Ill.M ÎI.HII •»(■!»  ••i a :a;(*rai •-(¿ad o West ’I f xti.i piani, oi wni.n . Hht'    Ail.'  *    *'>%' *|i 1 >< 4 ' i*X *i -■»■o loi Mead í,  •    «. .! «itKlili 1  A/t.- 4î Ì4;> »-(j :t wotno  .’.rjin ), Please  Russell Chosen In Judge’s Race  C D. Rti.-. •■. Ph. ; ■< •* .»u-iii..--and aci.mg di;-’ » > ooh* •! 'he «4tii dlhtrtct. wa.-. ;»?u o oieis oi -he fne coudUoj < ■ >ij;j>:.m: k he niM.rict Hlh ma.tori»v ei Ih-m..' '¿umner-man Tulia •-*" j  ■ r * ■ * - -f >. < dtrc-tor ot Text«« r»-. v ■    ...1*  h -e a.w.  20.H vote#.  Mr Zunni.'tm<* ..-nro Ba!».*:■ Cast.ro and    •• .n' ■••( *nn  Mr RuhMell Hm > .■ • o ' > • '■* report* ar« 1  mi omi»i<'i>  Vote^ reported -*er. i'ountv    RufkMdl /.immifMi.iii  Bailey....... >4.'    *»*■'“  CaAtro ....... ih ! #    .n.<  Hale ...........’.¡H ■    'o  Lamb .......... inn  Swisher........ .-»I '    "i*  478.->  l>8.  EAST TfcXAS Vu )i. cojit;!i'ied unrni in north parth rloud; ¡n stiuth |»rtion Sunda\ and Monday Gentle to trej.h houtheast >o .'»c»uthwe*t winds on the i‘oa.st.  WFij'l IKXA8 lien*.-! ally tail Sunday and Muauaj.  Two Men Are Killed While Four Are Hurt In Accident  • ‘V'iiMC.iN.'i JUi'. ' ■  :  • !■■.■>  ■ !.-•* n o-n -;'iie<] .mo •c.iu 'vnf -i:K»' ■)i/'iie(j .nor' Ir t>. tot» 7  • > ». '    •|u/| tiil;^ 11 < ..ii .n-  ¡ioo.ii 11n •; -1» <i. *<:•    ’u  ’ 11: * * ■■ vOii'il ol < ’ol >;i    *11 liKii-  a a' V;i .t, '* on n '-ao ' rm ♦»; ,u;(i i ■ c  Ct.r- H Motoen -«!' •;.....  . .•!:•(•■ I *h .11».'    ' {•'  Kit!,'.;. A,-!»    !’!n 1! ‘».a-  •’ I I'V’H, 'Out;,.: .i|-)il‘.;Hh'.‘o iH'i.Cjlh^    tl I nil*;* ill. iiii  •till K Hi 0,|-V-.«I 0 ot Hou.ioli ■ i! f r i Oi 'ill rut 'lii,-' ¡11 I »*.-!< ti .In, ; *.h*'f •.  in a.i bv !>i*uf 8n*iiit M  NA» ( ,-> !  Oi O^». .iiiC 'A it; '>*._.*'»■'> -o: l.i kil'Kel)' i'oiiHK'.C*    ’n <  hatv*-s had -h.; b* . i’ Mle.i .-m 'oda> ;«• ''( . i ‘ . oirilnie«; -n.;r I.’ i . ; IK« f  -Oi, hi.. it. ‘rtH. »  • it'. ..ill'. mik ‘ hi . * **.:r  Differencei Between Couple Of Farm Wives Brings Death  HOLI.Y ¿SPRINGS Mlt* ho' ..  }■ SneriM !>udley Tucket difieren. e*. 1> tween '»o 'arm •» i\»• Hi o, -he ratal -.hootin»; >.i Mr; | 'A'i. h Roacn. ♦». nod 'hr koiia.!-; i>k •>.’ '(»..i other ;x‘r.v>n.* ,dtn a ' **! -i-.eetui»» near her* WKjh - i i f uxinded were Mi »no Mr; .le,«.i* Vet.ntire and »heir . hild, anc I C< Shaw.  t^t  1  •!* Tucker :-airi uiev '*er<. w itn. •»'»ej u, „ tight bet a »*. ji Ml ' Roa. I, ai,u Mr... 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