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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 20, 1938, Abilene, Texas WIST TttAll NO*$i£pfRWftt Abilene Reporter -iBtetusWITHOUT. OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRI! SDS OR FOES ME    YOUR    WORLD    CfLY    AS    OOI VOL LV III, NO. 112. MM rim ll r, ABILENE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1938 —TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Who’s Who In Europe As Statesmen Seek To Avert Another War A DOLF MTT. ** LEM, on#-time An%u 'An house im inter with pow cr ai lift And death mer 7S.0M.tMlt Orrmini, lit* n *nd« rig hi • rid justice fur Gtrfflim rn Ct#cho*)ov*k it. t *lh« of war lf CatrfM d • rn * I five in ti* th--Sudetena 1^ GNR AD 1X1 H ENI. MN (jrmnaiUc in* strutter tnt »tr vettr»n Hr br**n the Sud#'#n O • r-m*n trio', amant in th# Turnvt-rrin ancieum #f Rohr m 1 * To* dtv the puppet lcoder I* Hen-I e I n bul the power behind him ie Mitier. IT DU ARD BENET mire a i tittie •eboolmavter, la the second pre** id* nl of the JI-veer-old repute-l r of Cterho- • Sov akia. Hit br lr atuered r fluMry »• tightly wedged between belligerent dictator • I A 11 A. but It reedy to light YE' ALTER " RUNCI-MAN, baronet. I* a aet dog Hit father it England'! greatest * h . p-ping matter A Liberal, he wa* in Par!.ament at SI Today he repreaeet* Brit* tin in Trague trying to eon-cihale Clee ha and Sudeten* VEV1LL1 ‘^CHAMBER-LAIN Pr me Minister of Cngand. hat adopted a firmer hand with the dilator* No orator, he apeak* a great deal Coolest heed M Europe, he foe* Ashing when war term* rn-av 1 ta bit X Z V I L % ^ HENDER- tm ^    atta' he of the JHlA British emba*sy I    at the cwm-t af the Ctart in NL Peter ‘burg Today the RI Hon „    Sir Mi* I lo M \ w r British amb*#- im Ok •ador lo Berlin, a key post rn the puuld of ftrorepe. EDOU A n D DANDIER ta the Coolidge of frame#, mat. mg only three speeches tm one year aa pre-Omer Hi* polit, wal earner be-fan with bt* election to the Chamber of Depu’.et Arm*, stir# Day SBIB He ba e ti a up the Czechs - I n SEI TO D KUSSOLf* NI, blackroni'h** ton who rule* Italy Affirmed budd y of H % tee. he now lit-t • n • glumly, may wonder when Hitler * .ll a»«* ju*t re for Germen* to Ole ItaLee Ty* rn! He wasn't pleased about Austria. CZECHS REFUSE DISMEMBERMENT TRADE Storm F rom Veering Florida Ship Captain Report* Disturbance Corer* An Arco 240 Mila* In Width Noted Star Of Stage, Silent Pictures Dies Britain Plagued By Czech Delay MrtCJtONVtLLE Flo Bept It «Jh~The teether burma reported french! * tropical h irrkane in the AttoWUr orean Rad changed Ba niurar and me 'ttorm threat to Use Front# aa** gMdl has greasy dl* minwhro ^ 'CBT* ed*ianr> me bureau *atd the storm de*-riaea aa •evert had turned norMvwatvafd a«d_ ""o®1 jgFeBably recane Pouline Frederick Under Treatment Since Last Friday Hitler Demondt London '» tapir By Wednesday Czechoslovakia To Ask Chance To Pleod Cote Borah Assails Bid For FDR's Aid In Europe French Cabinet Stays Pressure north weal* aid or nrothw*/d dwrtn* the neat Th* changa apparent^ -orb Mare thy afternoon gfiar th# horn an# had mm *d dirertli toward aw ,    ■    111    ■ Vtonne anat croak at • • apid vm* The burma MMI the disturbance •aa emaerod at I pm about C* mtle* do* east of Miami * af tended by I*-'* and wiual* over .arge .re* and by hurrtran# wind* near tm-ter ' A roi«*»t from on# atip the* trot# out the *tarm in the We*t tndi#* leat nab! said ‘he disturbance co*. fred an area 310 mil* in width fefh'f lader *her. *<i»lero tndi-(•tad th# storm •*» ■ newsroom# to •trite the FRM .bl aMinland Manos* roe wo*aer* on land *nd «#a mo* Mi swiftly rn minimiae dan*»fs of the menace A atate-wide mneffsncy r*«tf •»-genuatiett and the Rag Craaa aug* serifed me efforts a# patrol# real-den ta u* prepare tar say evrotuel-nr Hi imping toab to cover Water frroit properly aaa battered down public buddtnca •#** made ready to sere# st droit##* R .•mew and residential property wa* herded ap to protart it against high wind* mil« debris and betty rain* The tmm guard *»nt too radio true** to Lade Worth na. id aid relief « ga taation* with emergen* ry r« mm un m a Dona should wire fa-»little* ba disrupted Arn a B Hale t ..airman af th# algid reed department a?*! duetto* of the remained '*•«    ag*#*!#* •a .4 renege romad* first §-1 a^pphe* rail aaotdr or beat a* at rotten la-et-.fie* and #met|enr» » u . Bro tor VdftgpM f-mid be *e*»t into any afftad affa *»d short Bottles Planned For Milk Fund Shows, Dories Also Slated To Raise Money BEV Eft IV Hit I ^ Cauf dept Ii - - J* Pauline predertri famous *»ar of the stage and silent pie* lur** died at her home today ap* parent;? from an asthma and bean ailment Have wad Id years old Miss Pre-tenet et* fire*, strtet* en ta*t Friday and had been un-der th# rate of a nurae and Dr J J Rut boff Th* phvdrian and Mr* Ooorpa PvttinglU the ac tie** aunt arr* at her &#/»;<J# Mi** Pied*-*, a va# Unwon an th* LOUDON ftept JO (Tim* day) (AF) Britain urgent ly prodded bf Oermany to pro doc# a tot vt ion of UM Clach ftodeten pry bl tm immediately an growl eg em barr a ated to day bv Ccarbo# tov ak: a a fatlnrt lo agree promptly lo French British proposal* for aorrendgr of the Sudeten areas war po* t po asg trip It aa* freals PARIS ftept    lf—(AP)— Csdcho«lov«k.a will ask for a chance to plead her tide of UM eg*# before givmg Inurn and Franc# a definite a newer on the*.r plan lo cede ber ftodeten grog to Oerngnp, it wag lean ed on good authority tonight A amire# in «kneel touch Alii) Pf** •* said the Caeciuwlmab reply neither flatly referUng nm ae* I'apung in# propMdla adsanaag Warns U, S. To Expect Deluge Of Propaganda Csechoslovok Minist«rs Stand Firm Against Brl fifth-French Proposal To C«dt Sudtftn Districts To Germany WAAHtNOTOB Rep* lf A roar nf indign* i^>n ram# from Ber atar Berth sting Uan af Ida-Im,* when he heard bsday that Lerna Plum et premier af Prene* had Adggeited that PradMnt Rmwe-w»tf use Ma pre*ti*- la help aetat the tHMgOM ’angle M**l A,-, r WUU- ha.    M    m* **' %M **•    *<M4« laf , . L" . . .    delivered in London uunortww th# Oh* u* he miii fund * Within the nest few dei* thai Pi Witt runfree* AOiteruane etWh they 1 earn far their pm;bot* tfl -CIKBi ti Ljifi#*'# , Al a irrtari ante* ».-.g af HW Bom urns riub leat tOgbt at the Wc*s« he*#! |4a*u» here aWRpWldd lo jkare a * milk fund belt)#" Ii esery bueinea* nouw in Abilene The    pew em*,    akltk awd mBBBMBB BBMMhKB^FNB BHB® BBF tkB BMBBt®' see el the Parewl- fe*«her* a* WM *«!*•*» Aft*. ll will mdh durSwg Ihe elwae* tau yeas IS Aid wa* (Hew bf Padlock IniMnction Being Corrected the thud. This rear lh* AbMeske •epwrtee km the PIA sad Ihe I ailed ll elf st* s*w*r talkie »« Ae aided Af effeft* af the Been*#** flab th bedman *0 in# mumm* that will ram# from tndHiduai n«<iat|ro^ end ihe mu* turn bet urn , the Boe*'*** sod ut her tmtrm and rn. wgAfthMitMuia will 1 pawl ar shea* daocas, and en'ertainawata to rawe Minuter Chamberlain Oerman demaiwi* by Wednttgay *. Unler* Cser he*;e*alia agr*#* *w»n lo acrefK the plan railing tm mil-n*hi erosion of guerteniand sod a se*en.power guarantee of her new frontlery however Chamber Urn aaa* hg»# to pm'tamt lie trip ta Oodroeerg The trip h as* *em»-affwmttv error.sr-et! pi Benin wa* P*amaad far w-: -wmy. areal Rri*«.n and Prmrure by ap-gem a., by ttmt HdbPiiM > a* ter oat af the formula rear had earl* yaa-t-rda* forma.ls raLeg on C«e-”no-*M»»aaia to maae the neeewary *a^. rifirro to appease Hnur Put it we* general:* be dr? sd Aire# Prim* Minuter Neva* Chambertin flew Id Percnteagaden to hear Acnlf Hiller 1 tide Of th# <    - ma* -Audeter (german du put# this sour*# ta id ?h» Caec bourn at govemrneni • reply would contend that rn ill fairness the •eatern eetnorroc tea ahouM gist agnel Attention to its abpctlfleu T9Hi ho* was fmm#iip|gg ay CWrofMAto*ak rtrclea lh Peru aa ihfwwhgi th* C'ldeten proMem barb mw th* banda of the French and PrttUh go* ar rumen ta aho through heir ahineu prwpmali form . ated at a ranfar-enre of their premier* in London vestaftiey to turmslw the Bageten engpwiMwia roa.Hr mean * he mid reparten "it Blat the Onsted RSdwa PRAGUE ftept JO- (Ttietday - (AP) -A source often IB* carded ga g * poke* man for the Csdehoalovak foreign office declared today UM Franco ftntuh prepoaala far ap*.Ming the na. Long t em tory to appeaee Adolf Hitler wa* anaccepUhle to 'ha Fro gee government The antllMlUUve newspaper Lido va Novnv whoa# diplomatic editor, Robert Rnpka often rofleets the foreigp affied viewpoint declared; Ii the gmaranteee of bordort made ae JO peart aft am invalid today arhat astor anc# have we that promises made now will ba kept is the future**’ The newtpgper « comment came aa other tour cee usually rat*# mlt #\ having acres* to government information, indicated tha Chamberlain atmid not oar* rn* ta    BUR POP vH woald consider the Loa ropoeaVt bvt only aa ^ farther negotiation lf BOI A *t *•!€)% After a Hearty IS-bour waBon of the rabuiei minuter*, ti was tndi-cateu rn amtrrot cktae to roe go*-crnmeut «he« *ne aa*wacca af the Clee ii a Frmnch albe* mud nm rn-unfit disappeared hi the amie awat af Briudi Prune Minister 'rn often    Chamber tam a effs*ta eaemplifled in enc ii Ii i*inc 1 idki Mr Blum    meeting brog# «*» at •    ag p.    ta that given im atma-    two new development*    throw    a ut- non rn the far*    Da $.n- hue that Prance hga    g'uam diuauei* rontrw-vee we* and I rn * ntafi the money and men siurn mer be neeaa-■ary hi earn ai •at -Ti emu* hero been mere hi ne meetly with that aa liana I ‘ Czechs Ask Aid Of Soviet Russia Leaguers Invife Japan To Sit in On St no Hearing Ctadeaherg end openly deal away Caernodtovag terrttary mtfurol me Frogue geawnweenie perwumwhi. even thmnBi Bruatn and Praare ha?# r roc bed an accord an the •hook! Chamberlain have in wit* until Pre*!tent BSuerd Pesvro con-lenaa me Cnrhorout par.iament It am teared H»->* msgnt m^rea*# Prague hoped M we* said. ta ta.r. by mu maneuver ft vat Warned the CasehoaJO*Ah m.n**ict d'.epnen (buhl adled PTO* un Mtmtter Oerogro Bnnn** fla'iv "la Prance read! to honor her Mgnatnre tm the Franco CeechaAUiA* iroatr sn rase of na* aggr esukm ** Bonnet »a» reported Ie ba e it- t A aa* pwtly af fides •brob ga** leer man (net*, a * A p. t eeM ar asea* pharobt * I t I* A > p f The f rear a c**aae« awa Pit LD! IPI (Whit* ae* unit na r< ta c «i t mm eye* 1 He- swn**# j 11*0 *u-' < cm! -. liege venture* Ut duof<• av "the girl aits* th* u^er Mf I is AM A r« ta fad I - — ~ I TT ........................... m* Due to an error m prepare- IMW of a petit tan fro in one-tun in pa lark a ha«-ro at Norm Pun and Ut anam atroata W Cl Langford aaa mrorrartly feme* aa ane af the mro •tetn*t ah.,m me pedkxkmg tnyunrtem u aaugnt The pew-nan leased Herman O'Rear and lenafrod bul offwret* lader uarnou thai Lnnafrod w at nu m*m.ti c-mnw cd ann th# bro'ii VAT at and Or wham street pr em-ae* n# i* her ai owner no* met upant The netiiien u rouig eerrer*-ed and according ie corol attaches a rrore ted droament • Ut be rued rn U dutrirt court today LaiUf-Cil reairo* at till Hmm Ptf*t end WRB bu father c * t-angfrod apifwaae the Fairy Prom Ifaiulecnmng .it- PMI Nrotn Hecond The    bi.!    .tart Ihi enter* lainment pragrom Mf a tnt g benefit show MMnetdtie in Or toner During the winter tbs Rotary riub plan* lo ane An«*her pancake La*t rear a pen?aa# uhm g mate than »roi fur th# t*n,d C Mat Ba IMIIf D Petiona euning ta mag* per-tonal donations mar d*» *o bi rond- rng rnee** na Mrs Beitn c Ammi- nigh school »*.. tent rrnmm’Jm and Abd wa* sign*4 »ecretary of me fund Ba^n mon'n rn* United Welfare aul notify Mn Hmun af me is • a- not so happy he had Rro ma -aa of ".cm ending he death of apron# MLW Fredemi **1 bor*. Pauline Ltbbey in Boaton Maro, Aug 13 nab Among her *ta:.4ihg auge diam*.* we-* "Jmmvit end hi* brother* ’ -|r- nocer.’ 'flnnuMm* end When Bnlyhta Were BOM * When tafthng parturea came in.. by Wa nor Br oui-era tm On Tm. gyMem-e arid T c bar red Flame Hi # ,»-a*ad in nor.*: He*, e* * fro OaHhHbia LEGION FAVORS ARMED PEACE TO KEEP NATION OUT OF WAR KBynotBr Walsh Calls For Legion To Push 'Pbocb And Democracy At Home' Eyston Plans New Auto Speed Triol —mint ai milk needed t. g ane in IEM and M Me^taae fro will order it from local ereanievtaa Twonuetn-Centu • V*** sn I— JIM mBfe ta deuteron bv dairte* ...... _ and at anima m dire) * ta im homes Disputes Enliven af the cruMren    t r- d a lj Th i» ma* . * the a •**#<« bott)* LL* HA MCO ring eomrtu ae* em *uxt d**uHK-tion ut the mag bott.ct a»'ft me ***n» AUH TIN Hey' IB—Jh—A tfmM feeding "OM to the ai. a lund 'i senate r-.a. r.dtea ton .ared »*d Ne*et* Thronwm tnasrman ut Hie tlmum power pole ie* of lh* L »« commit tees mkt I— HtgM that a; Coiroado lUvvr a .> banty ma*#* Ua*t tab bottle* wvj«g rn diktrte ited mod web enlivened a* ipanafi through the day Before lh# wroa coRWo?* between rwHunittat- I up AN(.nw Bepi ti f* The men h#*p*d uwg the World •ar M >ror» ago univ in lind gut at#? mat It did nae prove ta be a w*r to end ail tsar*" roared today ft' * y.,»*rt- a-meo m* * arui neutral- by that oui seep -.ne llnhad Bute? oat ai war The joth annual ranventian at the .%».#»# an Lagtan ti* »*ro*.e*t CAthartng had fro a *e? noter United Aum Hens or Pa*id I Waun of Ma^«*.    He    talked    of    neutrailf,    natnmal    deter.*#    arui ». 4n lam a mAsbmi treaty Arith CaeeheaMiakia u. - we to the rwwrua aiui tnetead af •dnsmg tnt United Btaim aa M net duty had advised nu a— pea* pie to fouro«aou*iy *t*nd by than traau Fiance wa* aiaM truwwental Mf ail net trot* in creating the mile dea—v of rter.'ios.mak.* She later gave her • Momma promi*# ta rums ta her revue ta •«*# af trouble That bauld teem ta be Bm ••cf in whtcfi tr*e ea-prvwner gi *# hts •Mention in mu mur al narn ut Caro tvaaio* akia * Ute The ie-y» af try* country me* now kma froward to a beluga ut aamma attiwr ta agro# bt propaganda sa—ng to intro*# me m fgramlat— af the tuenuw • sue United atole? rn th#*# rontro**- urn gamma rn accept the Met mat aa in tm nam# of poaee They th# Brttish coulg not be croiaid-rad It pence ta pm ne in. But after ^*1 M pmentmi rigntros on tm we get bug mal *    un#    of Pron*# ant CarohoTOova— Horan prefaced nit cm* ss bv if *» ««— *a?tng that the appaeent oNBant tag vin I ut (UC I a* Mfth af Bit'ain and Franca in Bm- to tuts Mtwattan u wa* mid the ber aml > -*•■* — MB—- flame P-caner Vdromnl Damdief nary ** thie rn* teem wa* ne* repmd by ’.aging -.rn aartm-th-1 fro—m allan-    der prod a*, a la Pan* lac ame us- I** b HUL tie 41001    me ant what be rod aet de ea* OEN EV* Hepg if •TOeagro was reported ta has* CMI* bark on Basta tm hep# that aw* s bro up British pros*row ta giro ley ik*a#-taHktnd ta Oeroaany paretgn Cammmtaeat B— fat • ct naff of RM*s«e was laid rn hero to time** a Cee* hrrokwag ha-I fro support iotiwarod ta I • earlier in tim da? av Ms* ak la Ie aesop* lh# Br*tem pregromi. Head-offkrw; k.Irome rom ropeBn m$ brot tram Fem aero tm Premed aer* caught between them aile. • t adc# icriM #f g - — -- ro t ^ j, ;K Jk § a.    .,»# w    ga BEW web V BPP I >eche*l*» obi* lf awd if Ieee*# *••* An lecugbi •• de if rirrI F t a f%t. mt    * g i lr ll    |bi It nae Agla at 'rn *tatg depan- m yammm Brttdm ha wmiM ai meat. menntMM mat tha United tempt to fro*# IU a*««vtgnro agon Blo las government **» not p*ro#-- crecnosiovagia He ga*# the legionnairwi a mend n forward fro*?*;a not fro world democracy but fro peace and ccw #»*<". at hnaiii -eta rn A mer- It ‘Tt.c com- BONNEVIU^ HALT PL ATB, I *n Sept ii- f fun by a wk-et ambition to h-^id ever) na:.4 land sp#*<s receed ai roro tun# Cafh tam tnroge C T Ovum guiet retired British arm> officer rushed pi*i.* today for anotfter lightning* Uke rte# aero#* tnt* robe be . Wad* IF. I* o?»i ne hopsis to have m betties distributed cher town Bot iie* fro the (mud ai* bs rig •unianni by tnt Irongn^t* Pang* burn and Banner freemen#* Mcw*©#»* of th# bottle acMHBUtuaa will ha*# charge of piecing but .e* Hee MILA Vt NU f, Id « ok i men and et .roue*. At rote »tagc of the hearing Ryarett L Inonc* who said *»c rep resented * group ct Austin Citroen* • eted Croamitte-men Ainrrt Btnoe f Hie. hem eppe*! a to be asor# intercs'cd sn protecting power . nm per-ie * from competition than IIH protect in* farmers ft mb f loads The Weather •M*#t tm I*#*** I • en * *•    •- teat>s»ewi »«u «•--*•» •«* **•* cb iBiaiMi'if bb BkPFigMNBdB gahd'fMlsssdi JRfkdl-- WITH MOTORCADE AS CLIMAX— Boosters Swing Out Wednesday In First Of Five Trips Advertising Westex Fair National Cror * erne- Daniel J D©her** reproved tiro*, loony there sr# PTJ att member* rd Bro legion H# penned la th# ksgion • Am# s snism coMBumrosron actfvttroe ** at granter import trow than st ant ■.un# rn '.’ut history at tiro Tiro four-day ronventMH w •* s#«'v - tm a* nan on pounce end pron* aitfrout th# rn * prod em* af elaruan and vlroting • nest y#ar ron.entuMi city I*;c on*entMg *r-'.loci found h'e,. #?•. P Chadwig f B##’!.# uopperod fro nationd! com* HMMBav ahi Chi ago tha chok# lie th# lift contention Fallowing th# opening #imm rn tha morning th# conyention com. ml"##* went to w*y* Moat of tiro ae:#***## however *#f# thmlung ut "* big parade Floats Entered n fair Parade Dtiifitt Acquitted In Drunk Driving Cote -I -5v.j NEW DEFENSES BACK 'CZECH MAGINOT LINE ***»» ll v *» r*j» Vtmu«* ami W«* wan ut yu-* **»» !(►•**** »> antanw st ,*#>» n*a#ma*». »•*#<• » <•**»*«, tm st SI mo* a i i I i . • . ■ I . a A SM Al St • I SI ll A S t* ll « M ***•««. • M ti I* •I Member * ut iii# AmltM Bgaatgyg thin aul swing oui ort the flrat of (n* oiotoi bus trips lo sd vee use the Writ iv*.** Fee Pair W#d-ne*da> asroning In aodiUTOi to th# fit# nr*t«r bus trips by th# club, the Tra*tluui Mens associe tim in reopargtion with th# Boroterf wilt *prowt a motor cavatcttda mad* up of private auUHnobtiM on W#dnn*c« Hep* St. in th# rn,modi*ie Abd#?.# trad# terrttroy Briers:    Abilene    or ga nit slim. * rid?# asked lo he p the Broeter* rot -ertain d* •» rn the dm# ta afh#r-• •# the fsir Th# Lnms club wiii <♦ *P**< MJC Si Wit th# 'lie Rot«ry I* ;* ■MMM rt#y». ; arrangv to th# lh Knigbt* of !*'.*.* Au club Arrangement# »• # night st * boatd af d.r mg of tilt Boosters ta hat# * usund tmrg aorompnny mote" buaea on in# live trips band wth be taker- alone First excursion ail! carry th# Boasters to toot - amtth and east of Abilene    Th# dele    alien will    lea*# her# a*    IW a tim    a a rn,    s. Lawn OoUt»bro<    H rota#    Et    cr Valle?    Coleman    Santa    v    na bee IHirftK Pf I* tut f a tg; dl*inc! court yui* Monday entered an inst sr ted *#rdict of not guilty ut the cate of Or EW Oran, Abilene den trots charged with nmu i who# intoxicated After present*tan at states testimony DttUMt Attorney Bob Bis « real* tm trial and dromnaed proae-xu'mm Counsel fro Or Crow horn-c*rr gaged that Judge M g Long instruct tiro jury to ter a verdict at arn guilty Thro »** Amt Henry Cle*eland negro wa* sen-rortced **' year* In the petuten-■iar? fro burglar* et ring g pl#* I guilty    Juda#    Long Farad* resnaait teemer* of th# Wart Texas Fe* Pw.r aavt at th# chamber of romaroec# leat night to chock effort* to d*»# and found Mat tiro reopen*# -ad beef. far better thai at th# same time -a** year L a t *nirie* are au*ady asaurwd in th# '#• roatcd float* diviaaan id the R at Cotton parade which will ae staged Tuaada*. Octoner A They are CmWBrowtal Oil eom-pany National Thespian chSb ai AMJion# MgR *» h-*;. Botnry rtsO* ■Rnniemi aliiArwe hew Ptnrnes hot#: L..<*ra flub. vt M .rf, mn*it and " I ** K‘ :*■ ' ♦ »1 Pi thin* Bnu Bern Biffftlin I;'IU*ie* Ort lr-* M -UC Co, New PNaMar Hotal t ?*    »    « final*' I« »'*e boa* ary Mea - baker* Phil port flot uu i E Clark hark**;# H .<■ -• M> |Mr compaa Ptsrher H-*- lier* OsMglyeor TU# com pah* Co* Vs ye ■ writer ♦, usage Hat.--#-' ■ reamery Ut seller Ctromscai rem pan ji and I: nom? Chi compaa* Beau-derm a ted a .to-* lr* oilrig Mena a* rotation United Dauwh-ters af Confederal y, Young Women i fill hltoii asanriatkdi Decroatwd tar? 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