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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaTo a vol. 55�?no 29danville pa., thursday. July 2<>, 1909 established in 1855 or. Irving h. Jennings dbs118t. flour a. M to 12 my my to to m. O j d. M. Dan Villi a. , 1. Result of saturdays games Danville 14 Alder 2. Bloomsburg 5 Benton. 8. Shickshinny 3 Berwick 0. Nanticoke 4 Nescopeck 2. Items condensed. Forest tires have wiped out the most productive Huckleberry patches in the Vicinity of Hazleton. Andrew Brown a 9 year old lad of Pittsburg while trying to make a difficult catch while playing bae Ball fell Down Over the Bank of the Allegheny River and was drowned. Brot to Adolph Wolf of the holy ghost College Pittsburg while on a ladder fixing a screen stepped on a Broten rung and was precipitated to i a Lewalk. Bufi was is badly juju a Eri that he died shortly afterwards. Eighteen men employed in the Lehigh Coal and navigation company s no i mine at Tamaqua were on thursday overcome by Gas in the Shadow of death but were brought to the surface in time to pave their lives. The Conn has appointed receivers for the Lancaster Silver plate Orn Pany a Large Industrial corporation upon the application of its president Albert Rosenstein. The assets Are $49,000 and the liabilities $34.000, but the company is lacking the necessary Cash to meet certain pressing debts. Mrs. Susan Higgins a moving picture actress of Philadelphia who always too the part of an adventuress and generally finished her act by taking Poison tried her part a real life when she took laudanum. She says she is tired of being presented to the standing of the . W. L. . Nanticoke. 13 a it. 867 Danville 11 3 .785 Shi a shiny. 7 7 .500 Nescopeck. 7 g. 467 Benton. It 8 .429 Berwick. 5 10 .838 Bloomsburg. ______5 10. 883 Alden. .4 10. 286 with both Danville and naut cobe winning in saturday s game the race for the leadership in the Susquehanna unchanged. Nanticoke i is three gained to the Good at present Reading. On August 14 Danville plays Nanticoke in this City and should the locals take that game Nanticoke would be but one game ahead. Danville has at least two games to play off. With Shicks ii Uny Audi Alden both of which Sii Ould be victories. Danville s schedule for the remainder of the is not a hard one so Nanticoke Hasni to exactly got the rag nailed to their Flag pole yet. Shickshinny s win and Nescopeck a defeat shifted these two teams the latter dropping to fourth place and the former taking third. Alden after a Brief rest from its Job of bearing the weight of the of the teams has again dropped to last place and Halo Limburg Aud Berwick Are tied for second from the end. A Short session of court was held saturday at which a liquor License on North Mil Street was transferred from Patrick Mccaffrey to Peter treas. A feature of the proceedings was an Anonymous letter addressed to the court which evoked from judge Evans some strictures relating to the writers of Anonymous letters in general. Kalph Kisner represented the Peti Ziouer. J. C. Soifer Peter Mccann Lawrence Conolley Patrick Finley and John Crilley in us cession were called to the stand and testified As to the applicant s integrity sobriety and general Good character. Uon. H. M. Hinckley who represented the remonstrance against the Transfer of License at that stand two weeks before informed Che court that tie had reason to believe that the pro. Feedings wore a a Blind and time tiie party who would really he in charge of the Saloon was altogether another person. He therefore asked the right to Oros examine the with eyes. There being no remonstrance in this Case Cross examination was objected to by or Kisner. In discussing the question the court took occasion to remark that the transferring of License had be an intolerable nuisance. Or. Hinckley was permitted to Cross examine. Peter treas. The applicant was put upon the stand. He is thirty eight years old and at present has employment As plumbers Helper at the hog Pital for the ius Aue. His Mother owns the building at which the Transfer of License is sought. He assured the court that if granted the License he would conduct the Saloon himself and that there would be no evasion about it at this juncture attorney Kalph Kisner assured the court that he a 1 investigated the matter fully and that is of course any game Fiat the locals win a a Good Oue Bat in saturday s contest Alden did not even put up world Asau unscrupulous woman. She enough of a Battle to make that kind he Felt convinced that the applicant it not yet dead. Of a game interesting. None of the was sincere. He went on record As Carol to Gambo a .2 year old Phil thrills that accompany u game in rating r hat if at any tiros he Dis or which the locals Are at times in Dan ered that Peter treas was not in Actu Ger of losing were Felt by the Large Al charge he would be the first one to crowd of fans and Fanesse and even move for the revocation of the licence. When Alden would hit Aud score the it was at this juncture that judge performance was welcomed with eur Evans alluded to the Anonymous let thus asm As adding variety w Ith no ter which he said could be very prop to nought that the final outcome could be anything else than a Danville Victory. Adelphia boy shut up a sewer rat in a room and attempted to capture it. Getting the rodent in a Corner lie was almost successful when it leaped at his Throat Aud fastened its Teeth a his neck. He was rescued by members of the family but was so badly injured that he has to be sent to a Hospit mrs. Annie Harrison of Pitcairn had her Eye blinded by a stick Ault i went to a Pittsburg Hospital to have Lite Case treated. Une of the doctors of Velekei pitched for Danville and was never in better form. In the first two innings lie struck out five it men. After that he allowed them to hit exr marked that an operation would be cent when they had men on base when necessary and the woman immediately who would hold them Down to in effects by ame hysterical and threatened to Ai punks. He had them completely herself. She was taken to a police at his mercy. Station for Safe keeping. W Ere 6ne a or Alden Smith Aud Gorham alter a held until Money should sent at eff i Jug j a a c,outri4ry 0 Rule but to take her Home. The Point was uncounted by Dan there Are a oxen i orphic f end. Vile. A Nti her of a lie visit incr wirl a a a a to confine. On in i present Amone the inmates of the Burss conc pcs a Ronld keep a Evjue from hitting position Aud that another who had at will Deavil get Ore Couldst boasted he would a pull the Wool Over As easily have been double. Lie Eves of the court Quot a would be the Danville had five two baggers two person in charge being to the credit of Maukert. Cove Peter treas the applicant made a Leskie drove one Over the left Field favourable impression. The court took Fence and also bad a two base hit him at his word. The Transfer of if every Man on the team but two lilt Cense was granted with the strict us the Ball Aud the entire team figures n Der standing that the applicant be act the run getting column. Ally in charge. Orly read after or. Kisner s remark he presented the letter merely for what it was Worth not because any importance is to be attached to an Anonymous communication. He characterized the writer of an Anonymous letter As a moral Coward. The letter purported to be written by a woman and is e gave fear of bodily harm As the reason for withholding her name. The letter alleged shameful violation of the Law Aud begged the court not to make the Transfer. It declared in effect that the whole proceeding was a Blind that the Applice the tri county Farmers picnic association held an important meeting at the court none saturday night at which the arrangements for the fifth annual Outing were practically completed on motion it was decided to employ the Catawissa baud which will be on baud with some thirty pieces arriving about 1� o clock in tiie morning Aud remaining until Between 5 Aud 6 o clock in the evening. For the dance Miles Aud Foulks orchestra of five pieces will be employed. To help the dancing along it was decided to employ a Man As floor manager and another to Quot Call it was reported at the meeting that All the men some Naif a dozen who were employed a Gate Meu last year had indicated their Willi guess to serve again at the coming noting. The Gate Meu will 13 sworn in As last year and empowered to make , should there he any disorder. Badges will he procured for them ribbons for the officers Aud committeemen will also be provided. In anticipation of an enormous torn out it was decided r it order five thousand tickets or tags which is More than double the number that was used la a year. The Olor selected for the tags this year is it a that t spy May be distinguished from those of the last noting. Which were Green. A last year a general invitation will be extended to the Public. It seemed to be t in sense of t a members of the association present that it would contribute much to t a sue Ess of tiie tri county picnic if the stores of Danville were closed during the afternoon of August 19th. It was decided however to Mak a no Sucha request of the merchants leaving it entirely to their own pleasure whether they shall close or not. On motion it was decided that the practice of i or mfr years be followed and that ail the county officers including lie president Aud associate judges of the three counties be in Ireri. Benjamin l. Diehl Horace Baker j. O. Warner Aud Jaob schul.7, were appointed a committee on amusements the committee on music is As follows m. H. Sohram j. F. Eckert Charles Rishel and j. J. Deeter. Oil or i buds j. J. Deeter Samuel Eckman j. F. Eckert and f. M. Got Walds. I High tension line route. Almshouse Aud quite a sensation. A Heads in holding the payment of the Bill brought to Light the fact that 30, 0 Morphia pills had been consumed during the last six months. It in estimated that this is the largest consumption of this deadly drug by any institution of tiie same size in tiie state. The vault containing the dead of a one time wealthy citizen of Latrobe was sold at Public auction in a greens Burg cemetery to meet the demands of. Iton a i a whose i ill daughter and a grandson Lay u the vault bid $605 and raised her amount five dollars but the other bidders went Over her Price and with a agonized glance at the receptacle of Ber dead she turned and went away the Sale will be contested in the rata Overly a carpet Terey. Fell f m a roof Ami broke Danville s error Olumn shows u badly. Among the fans Oue error in dispute. Tiie play occurred in t sixth innings when Gorham hit to Covele Ekle with Phillips on first Pinkie threw to second to cat off Phillips Aud try for a double. The throw was Low Aud the disputed Point lies in whether tiie throw was too Low or whether it was placed so that lever Good should have gotten it. The error i was originally Given to Coveleskie but in any event Pinkey a minute later caught the same Man napping Mon off 9?. Danville put the game on ice with it big excursion to Eagle Mere one Hundred Aud five of on townspeople yesterday joined the p. Amp a r. Sex Kursion to bag Esmere the special train on leaving Danville had of Beard 850 persons w to represented besides Danville the towns of Catawissa and Bloomsburg. By the time the excursion train reached West Milton there were on Board some five Hundred peo Rio. The train returning was scheduled every precaution is being taken by the Columbia Power Light Aud railways company to Mac their High tension lines running from Berwick to Bloomsburg and from Bloomsburg to Danville a Safe n they a an possibly a i i away from All Telephone lines tiie company will run the line from blooms Burg to Danville by the Way of frosty Valier cutting across the Creek at by Hornsb org near the Irondale Plant and then Over the Hills into frosty Valier and thus into Danville. The line from Bloomsburg to be Wick will be r m via Light Street and the Back Road into Berwin. In is quite probable that work will he six red in the near fun Are As some poles Are already in the ground for the work. My i a joint meeting of teachers directors and Borough superintendent was held monday eve to consider the adoption of text books As required by Law. Some Twenty teachers were present with tie school Board. The principal change considered related to the subject of penmanship for some time past there has been a sentiment in Danville in favor of a change from the vertical system which of late has been employed in the schools with the exception of the commercial department. Borough superintendent Dieffe Oacher in dwelling upon the object of the meeting stated that the school Hoard had decided on a change of penmanship from the vertical system to some other system preferably a modified slut system. The teachers had been asked to examine the different systems of copy books Aud it now remained for them he said to express their views As to the relative merits of the same. There was a Brief interchange of opinion Between the teachers Aud tiie school Board on the subject of penmanship when it was found that the corps and directors were in perfect Accord on the subject of a change Aud of motion Quot Spencer a practical writer was adopted. Myers roman history was on motion adopted for use in the High school. The joint meeting and. Loomed Aud the school Board went into session to transact the regular routine of business. Tiie following directors were present Sechler Orth Barber Swarts. Kurus sri Ultz. , Gibson heirs and Ole. On motion of or. Fischer to was ordered that the janitor of the first Ward the employed to take Down the blinds from the windows of the first Ward building preparatory to giving them a thorough scrubbing and a painting. It was ordered that w. Eggert he employed to assist in the work. Contracts awarded. The Coul act for placing Stone Steps and platform at the second War 1 school building was awarded to t. L. Evans sous for #177. An additional bid at #�88 was received from j. R. Hughe a bids for Valci mining were receive from e. A. Adams and d. O. Moo. Ruick the former bid at #80 and the latter at $120. Of Morion of or. Fisch or it was ordered that the fou tract be awarded to or Damn a the lot to motion of or. Cole it was or red that or. Adams he employed to cab Imine or. Magill s room also. Or. Burns recommended single for the High school. He explained time by reducing the Width of the Ainley in 1> inches r. Sufficient number t i desks could be installed to accommodate the students that will be enrolled. On motion it was ordered that the matter be left in the hands of the committee to either single or double desks As it deems most advisable. The following Bills were approved for payment Howard Irvin e. H. Sainsbury. A. S. Hartman. George Gardner Chas d Ervau. J. Bari Bover Bros. Ass the steel Flag pole presented along the Rifle match of the twelfth regi with a handsome Flag by Frank e. It ment. N. G. P., opened at sub Bryon Long was raised in memorial Park the Range East of the town yesterday tuesday. Next in order is the Flag rain to Ruig. Company f of this City was aug for which no arrangements have represented at the match by a team As yet been made. Composed of sergeant Yeager Corporal the pole was raised by Peter a Beagle Aud private Eisenhower All Keefer who brought All his resources three expert shots Aud ingenuity into play with such Adall the towns from which the regi Mirable effect that what was dreaded As a difficult Aud hazardous operation attended with heavy outlay of Money was accomplished without a hitch in an incredibly Short time at a total Cost of less than Twenty five dollars. The raising of the big pole was unattended with any a Practa near features. On monday noon two men were put to work digging the Hole for the ment is drawn Are represented among the marksmen. While the match is in Progress the men will is quartered on the Range. The team representing company f stands a very Good Chance of making some Good scores. Some big things Are expected of Yeager especially who on monday distinguished himself on the local Range by making forty four pole. The excavation was five feet deep Points out of a possible fifty at 1000 Aud for and a half feet in diameter Varde. The other two members of the by noon tuesday not Only was the team Are exceptionally Good shots is Hole completed but the pole had been i pee rally Eisenhower who has 6hot As braced in it and raised to a vertical far As the brigade team at it. Gretna position. Nothing remained hut to Aud has won a number of medals. Bea place the Concrete around the base. Gle has bin a on tie regimental team the pole was very easily raised. The at or. Gretna lower end was placed in the Hole dug the winners at the regimental match to receive it and by Means of rope Aud at Sunbury will be selected to com tackle fastened to a tripod it was rain pos the team that will represent the de to an Augle of about 25 degrees. At twelfth regiment at the state match Thi Notare More rope and tackle at it. Gretna. Were brought into play connection being established Between the Large tree near the Amesbury residence Aud the steel pole the Chain being attached near the top. To assist in raising tiie or. Keefer called about a dozen men up Many prizes offered. 2 the trophies which Are annually awarded for shooting Are very Beautiful and Well Worth striving for. The Gaskins cup a Given to the team making the highest score in the slow fire practice match the skirmish match from Hemlock they were a j Jie rapid tire match. Tiie High working of a sewer. These together with the couple already at the Park took hold of t in Long rope assisted by others who had assembled As spectators they noon had the pole pulled into an upright position. Am it us Tii Ose on tin pot while the pol it was being raised were Frank g. Schoch of the soldiers Monument committee and councilman John Marshall of the committee of Pullio improvements both of whom rendered valuable assistance. Ranoug others who Man in the first mat h is awarded the Reed badge the High Man in tiie second the Coryell badge Aud the High Man in tie third the Wilkinson badge. The company h trophy is give to the team of three Rue getting tiie highest score with ten shots at 200, 500 and 600 Yards. Tin Headquarters trophy is give to the team making the highest score in the skirmish match. The grit trophy is go vent to the team Lent a willing baud wire Counci Luu a making the highest score in tiie rapid f 7.45. 29.89. 70.16 1.50 7.87. 3.10 36 50 James finn gun and James Cou Zolb a. Or. Keefer tuesday stated that it would require a Day or Soto finish the Concrete work after which in would probably require a couple of Day additional for the Concrete to set. By saturday he thought All would be ready for the Flag raising. Unfurling the Flag. >0 far As known no arrangements have been made for a demonstration when tiie Flag is unfurled. Obviously so important Anil significant an of. Caricu should not be permitted t it a without ceremony a it. A Fin. Opportunity is p a a. A a a traction which w a patriotism and Rev Reti a f a . By it Ai to our grat run t. Of Ilion car a a. J a a a former townsman. It is h a a i Shine one will take the initiative it the matter and that a appropriate program with an address or so May be rendered when the Flag is unfurled. Tire match each Man having ten hots at 200 Yards. Other prizes w ill be awarded among them being the following the Amateur badge for the Best individual score in the two slow fire matches to any Oue who Bias Ovir won a badge previous to these matches tiie Godehn rfcs badge to the newcomer making the highest aggregate through the matches exclusive of so Ikimis a Mato a Aud in every mat a which he is eligible. Important sewer Extension famous character clogged Drain causes overflow instruments have been shipped a r f. To a my Ivy right wrist. Tiie injury was re Garavi t ree tallies in Roe first innings. Four to leave lag Lestere at 6 o clock i trivial a 1 dressed. Two Ray later Raore jul in Pecoud then two. Aud so tetanus developed and before a week of Uii a a �4e fourteen were amassed. The Man was dead. Alden scored in the third. To Smith Henry g. Mercer who surprised first up. Coveleskie issued his Only Lorenza Lucia robbing a 1 eight car Olshefskie singled to left Berg at Norristown and whom Lucia is of eur reached first on umlauts error and wounded and was in Tarn him filling the bases. Higgins drove a Polf shot dead s now Able to be Cut grounder to Umlauf who threw wild or tiie Hospital Alth go t Ere is a Dill to the plate allowing Smith to score a Bullet in his Back. Davis poppy it it to Hess Phillips it drove Oue into left Oishefski scoring last evening. Alden. Thre Hundred former members of St. Michael. Row iia a thou c Church of Homestead were virtual v excommunicated by being forbidden the rites of the Church by the Bishop the Pittsburg diocese. It. Rev. F. Panevin. The people seceded and formed their own congregation a tar a net and Bergen getting out at the rate of Mackert e throw i oium a number of times Alder had men a u base but aft ter the third were in no danger of Tal lying. The Dan v Lile. is _______1 h 1 a a. 1 a. E. 1 Bergey 2b. ,.0 0 4 3 a Higgins of. 0 i 2 0 l Davis a. 0 1 7 3 0 Phillips la amp la .0 2 6 1 i Gorham 8b p .0 1 1 0 0 Tye. Of. 0 0 0 1 0 Bierly if. .0 1 1 0 0 Smith p. In. .1 1 2 6 0 totals 24 16 3 Alder. 0 02 0 0 0 0 0 0 Danville. .3 4 2 4 0 1 0 0 x -14 workmen yesterday were engaged a opening a Drain at eat Mahoning Street at the intersection of ferry Street. The Drain for some time past Lias been clogged by a accumulation of Earth which has caused a overflow in front of the manse of the Mahoning presbyterian Church. In times of heavy rain tiie water flooded the sidewalk. There is an accumulation of dirt on the Roa 1 Way which becomes a great uni Aace either in the form of mod or dust. Conditions would be vastly improved at that Point if the Street were scraped a l a Norse of Limestone were applied. Following a attempt to remove the r. H. O a. E. Sacred vessels from the Cicur Hiu Hess. In. ____1 o i 0 1 Homestead to the school building in Umlauf. Is. 1 3 3 2 3 mughal. Titomas la. 2 0 12 1 1 land owners in the Vicinity of hol Metzler of. ____2 3 0 0 0 land have been visited by a represent Levergood 2b. ----2 2 3 6 0 Active of a trolley company which is Cove leks p .1 2 1 4 1 trying to secure the right of Way for a Dooley a. .2 0 7 1 0 t t cd Thon Inton to Newton. Mackert if. 2 2 1 1 0 t r a Ltd a a Quot a Marina iof. 1 1 0 0 0 t Tia it a a rude a a a a a to tip k tut 14 15 27 15 6 two base hits Mackeri 2, Metzler Coveleskie. Hess Davis. Home runs Coveleskie. Sacrifice hits. Thomas stolen bases Thomas Metzler Livergood Mackert Dooley Ammer Man 2, Gorham left Cubales Danville 6, Alden 8. Struck out by Cove Leskie 6, by Smith 4. Double plays Levergood Umlauf Thomas. Bases of balls off Coveleskie 1. Off Smith 4, off Gorham 2. Hit by pitched Ball Dooley Bergen. Umpire Jones. ? to Quot of game 1.50. New Bridge must be built due to tiie Accident which occurred at the Bridge in Anthony township saturday when Bowman monday s steam Thresher broke through Aud went into tin1 reek Montour county will a under the necessity of build aug another Bridge raising the a umber at county Bridges constructed this summer up to four. The Bridge in question is a total wreck. It is found that it was by no Means As Enfer As it appeared to be the foundation being insecure and the Woodwork badly worm eaten. The a Gine notwithstanding its fall into the Creek sustained Little or no injury. Hailes e Collins to whom tiie Centra was awarded for preparing pin. For sew in. A and a sewage disposal Plant has written the Borough informing it that lie will fake up the work of surveying at once he has ordered the instruments shipped from or Sterling where they were last used. Although a great Deal of work will be involved in the additional eur evs required yet or. Collins feels confident that he will have tie plans completed and submitted to the state department of health by or before november �0, 1909. Several flattering endorsements have been received from municipalities where or. Collins has done work. One or More of triese have r me from tiie South. Tiie Borough has made an Extension of Bot i the water Ault t �9 sewer systems of Heynio a Sti. 11. The water Pip was Aid a couple of weeks age. The work on tiie sewer is just about completed at \ rest it. The Extension of tiie two systems takes in Hemlock Street Between Mill k and ferry streets the water pipe by suffered stroke ing on the Southern Side of the drive Way and the sewer on the Northern Side. This Section of Hemlock Street was badly in need of water Aud the Extension was not made too Scon. Tiie laying of the sewer was equally several of tiie property owners desire to connect in order to obtain cellar drainage sewer extensions this year have already been made on several different streets while further ext Lusious Are contemplated. It will not be Long until the system will cover rhe entire town. If tiie present trend be taken As a criterion it will not be Many years r one time until every House will be connected Well known with a sewer changing the aspect of moving picture theatre Law. Harrisburg. Pa., july 28.�? chief factory inspector Delaney has been notified by counsel for the Pittsburg filament oui any that it will ask for an injunction to rec train him from enforcing tin act regulating moving picture theatres. Suit will be brought to have tiie act declared Union Sita Rioual. Hile standing at the Corner of Independence Aud Shamokin treets at Shamokin saturday evening William known throughout this sen on of the 8tat As bully Bill a suffered a stroke of paralysis tailing unconscious to the pavement. He was i. Ked up Aud taken into the Girard hotel where a physician was summoned and attended him. The Case is not n fatal one and Hopes Are entertained for the famous old Veteran s recovery. He was later removed to his Home in lie has resided for the part several years. A bully Bill to Loraas resided in Danville and i in this City. He is the father of Quot Mui the town consider Abl and bringing vey a Thomas first baseman of the about More pleasant and Sanator Yeti Dauville base bail team. He served Dillons. Throughout the civil War As a cavalry mail being noted throughout his entire regiment a a Man who feared absolutely nothing daring to do things Itiat would Hare caused other men to flee in terror lie also established a reputation for himself during later tin Belsome times a the Coal regions. Entertained at Grolama thirty five Pittsburg policemen were arraigned before the police trial Board fur absence from their tricks while on duty and thirty were fined. Ford negro was dismissed. The trials were the result of several trips made by assistant superintendent Edward Kennely to the several police districts during the night. Thought dead revived. There is a Grange incident in connection with tiie death of Justice of tiie peace w. H. Barwick of Cata Wisla. He sustained a it stroke of nral it Sis and was thought to be dead the family gave out the facts connected with his death and a Short time afterwards when arrangements were about to be made for his funeral he revived and lived several Days. Bam net Hall a Helper at the steel Plant of Worth Bros Mills at Coates Ville was doing some work on a Furnace when he lost his hold and fell into a trough partially filled with molten Metal. Some fellow workmen pulled my out by the leg and saved his life. A party of Ladie from this City Aud nearby scent yesterday at the Home of George Mowrey at Grovania. A delightful supper was served. Those present were mesdames e Mowrey. J. Diehl w. ii g. Fou Man j. . Hemmerly g Rote Miller h. H. Boody h. Albeck. A Barnhart l. Tittle. W. Williams a. La Rue a. Thomas a. Smith u. D. Gar Rison. G. . Heim. L. . Myers a Ritter a. Watkins f. Uard Iskey t. Lyons a. H. Eyerly e. Gaertner j. Cooper s. Trumbower j. Krum s. Winner h. Foust h. Blue j. Ulmer e. Peters f. Johnson. V. V. Laidacker c. Jameson c. I Sniecinski d. Marks j. Krum misses Ruth Larue Laura Thomas Martha Paugh Abigail Blue May Albeck and h. Albeck. Mes rss. Clyde Krum Atid Artilur Foust

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