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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 6, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota saturday May 6, 1922 number 186 belgian Arch traitor a buried alive my in to Guillotine held in Pirson in who sent Edith Cavell to death probably will not be executed is solitary prisoner i in hic x is correspondent uncovers mystery Siil rounding Fate of spy rim fitly Tho Hyld curried a Brief dispatch saying that Armand is tines. Tin belgian Aholt traitor and betrayer of Edith it Avell had pm in executed. The report lacked off trial Eon Virtna fion and was shrouded in mystery. So Milton Broth ice wont to Belgium and hits a the astounding fact that dentine is not dead hut that he has Hewett a a buried alive put away Iii prison out id sight of nil but his jailers. Bronnert a interesting and exclusive Story is printed s note by Mil ton Bronner i special Cable to the Republican copyright 192�?T., by the evening Republican. Mens. Belgium. May 5�?�?oarmand Jeanne is dead a it was the commandant in charge Quot if the gloomy Brick towered prison a Mons who told me this when i a quire for the belgian Arch traitor who sold his country to Germany for 2 5 pieces of Silver i had Learned positively that this renegade spy believed by Many to have been the betrayer of Edith Cavel tit heroic nurse who was exceed in the War by a German firing squad had not gone to the Guil none As reported or committed smile or died a natural death. Insists Jeanne is dead Monsieur i pressed my inquiries a a tuts Jeanne said anything since his conviction and death sentence which would Clear up a he mystery surrounding Edith Ca Ell s betrayal a Quot dead Mer Tell no said the commandant. Quot Armand Jeanne is it is death a living death that has befallen Armand Jeanne. He is buried alive though sentenced to the Guillotine he probably will not feel the knife across his precious Nook. Only a tidal wave of Public sentiment can sweep him to the executioner. But Jeanne is dead so far As the authorities Are concerned. He is hidden away in Mons prison and in prison he will probably remain the rest of his Days seen by no human being and always in the Shadow of Tho Guillotine. Executions in popular Belgium still has the death penalty in the penal code. But no one Baa been guillotined for nearly 60 years. The reason is that Hack in 1s65 two Mon were guillotined Here in Mons and when shortly afterwards it was found that they were innocent Belgium was so shocked that since then the King has commuted Ell death sentences to life imprisonment usually the Law authorities sign a petition asking the King to commute death sentences. But in the Are traitor s Case they have re i cd. Meanwhile All belgian organizations of sex soldiers Are demanding jeanness execution and the new spa Peers Are carrying on a Campaign for his death. Is Man of no visitors to is futile to try to see Jean nos. The prison authorities have reached lie Point where they do not even admit his existence thus they save both King and executioner from hearing the Brunt of Public sentiment. This Man of it j originally sold his country for 25 francs a month. Tile germans later increased his pay un-1 he was getting 750 francs a month. A Jeanne disappeared when the German War machine collapsed but Lite played him a trick. When the fleeing germans destroyed their Hamments. One Heap in a barn near the belgian Frontier in Northern u Inee was overlooked. In to s mass of papers were found 00 reports made by Jeanne together with his German police card. Id letters from him to his German much. Kirschenheit. In which he l isted of his exploits and asked for a i re Money fur he a faithful serv i trial was sensation Jeanne claimed he had caused tile deaths of 126 belgians frenchmen ii i British including miss Ca i Ell. S trial was a sensation. At first was contemptuous and a count. The evidence against him was Etc eng that his bravado soon uns hed even though no direct Evi Are was brought that he personae reported miss Gavel to the Gerbil police. At stake Trio slain for killing White girl at Kirvin Russ demands for Gold new Snag at Genoa negro convict owns Oil Uno in Mexico Worth four million Little entente Likely to seek adjournment Effort May be made to Stop Genoa m get until Buss matter is settled. Tariff Bill is Only High tax minority says framed for almost Solf Benefit of Spect i interests report declares. By associated proc i eased wire Jefferson City to. May 6 a d. Ii. Hayes a negro con a it at the state i Penitentiary Here., whose real name is James Manuel and who is said to own a Quarter Section of Oil land in Mexico reported to be Worth in the i neighbourhood of four million Dol 1 lire. Has left Here in custody of Buck Williams a prison Deputy to go to Kansas City for certain papers Bearon pjs t0 the land. Lovitt rfp1 y Mondry tile trait always had been regard of vie i i Lyrl pm As Heink of jjtt0 or no value until recently when an offer was received by the prisoner from an Oil concern. New crisis even greater than that following Russ German pact report Blacks Are chained to Iron stake in front of Church a two deny guilt Grandfather is judge Lloyd George ready to return to London la to hitch Laun wont Coa Promise conference i tile Genoa. Italy May 6.�?primo minister Lloyd George of great Britain and Kiel Premier bar Oliou of France held a conference at i o clock this afternoon aft which it has stated that their meeting offered no Relief of tin strained relations of the situation. H. P. Davison is dead following brain operation planter Gia i s word to Light fires bodies still by inning this morning Genoa Italy May 6.�? it is asserted that the Little entente in i vow of the complications that have Arisen Over the memorandum presented by the allies to the russians contemplates proposing an adjournment of the economic conference until the problems which no Ware unsettled can be taken up with some probability of successfully ironing them out. This plan is especially supported by or. Eduard bees the Czecho slovak foreign minister. Adolph Joffo of the russian delegation started for Moscow last night to Confer with the All russian Central executive committee which is in session in the soviet capital. While the russian delegation has full Powers to act at Genoa it is desired that m. Joffe explained the Progress of the conference to the executive committee. Which has authority to ratify agreements entered into. The russian reply to the Allied memorandum is not expected to he presented for two or three Days hut. According to members of the russian delegation it will not necessarily he delayed until Al Joffe reaches Moscow. Belgium is still obdurate in her insistence on a new clause in the memorandum to the russians relating to the treatment of private property. It is reported that m. Barthou will submit such a clause As a substitute for that at present contained in tile mein Oran Durn. Even if the entire commission on russian affairs agree to approve a new clause it will he difficult to into Nee the russians to accept it. As they Cut clause and the French and Belate complaining bitterly of the pres Gians Are insisting upon new provisions which will he much More drastic. Here Are Armand Jeanne the smirking Arch traitor who boasted he had sent 126 belgians. Frenchmen and British to their death during the War. Edth Cavell the English nurse among those to is believed to have betrayed and King Albert who is saved Tho necessity of passing on jeanness death sentence by Jeanne being a buried Manchu office holders lose Chang s forces St Atter de and Dis armed of. Ader himself is deposed industries Are Awakening now Secretary Davis says a entire country has come Oft of the depression by associated press leaded wire peking. China. May 6.�?sweeping governmental change followed today the Success of general wit Poi Eli in winning the military Mastery at peking. President Hsu Shih Chang issued a mandate dismissing Premier Liang Shihyi and ordering hts arrest. Finance minister Chang hit and minister of communication Yeh Kung Cho also were dismissed and their arrest was ordered. General Chang Tso Lin the Manchu Leader Defeated by a to in the Campaign just ended is dismissed from his office of inspector general of Manchuria. Premier Liang Shihyi who is now in Tien Tsin where he has been on leave for several months is charged with conniving with Chang Tso Lin to promote civil War. Washington. I. A. May 6.�?employment conditions in the United states demonstrates that there is a widespread Industrial Awakening extending from coast to coast. Secretary of labor Davis declared today commenting on investigations and reports made by the Federal employment service. Although there Are a few dark spots in which considerable unemployment is reported. Or Davis and Ditl a the entire country ran be said to have come out of the the farm situation is decidedly encouraging. Or. Davis said a the demand for farm help from All sections of the country is indicative of the optimistic attitude of the Farmer. As there Are ,448.ooo farms in the country. They will absorb a tremendous amount of labor. A the West North Central District comprising the states of Minnesota. Iowa. Missouri. North Dakota. South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas Are All entering an. Era of considerable activity. In some of these sections especially North Dakota there is an actual shortage of experienced farm american wounded in Coblenz May Day reported recovering by associated press leased wire Coblenz. Ger. May 6�?sergeant Kaplan wounded at Maye Nee in the May Day disturbance when his automobile ran afoul of a celebrating crowd is recovering. Fifty two arrests have been made by the French and German police As a result of the incident. _ Ayi Pei fun pays c h Ang men Sio each Togo Home by associated press i eased aah Lre peking. China. May 6�?�?china s civil War apears to have ended with the flight of general Chang Tso Lin toward Mukden and the recognition by the peking government of general we Pei fun As master of the military situation. Chang Tso Lin who brought 100,-000 troops South of the great Wall is believed to have abandoned an idea of offering organized resistance. The peking gendarmerie disarmed 11.000 of Chang Tso links soldiers outside the City Walls. We Pei fun is said to have paid each of the men ten dollars for the expenses of his trip Home. Peking after witnessing the Battle just outside its Walls for the last five Days remains free of the presence of Large bodies of troops from either Side. No foreigner was Hurt while inside the wails and the properly of foreigners was reported As respected. 9 an accurate estimate of the casualties cannot be obtained at this tim. But 2.500 dead or wounded were counted near Tien Tsin alone. Foreign doctors said there were similar casualties at of Ngail. By associated press i cased Ayrc Washington d. A. May 6 a the tax that would be imposed by the pending Tariff Bill would be a real is those imposed by the Revenue Bill and probably As great from three to four billion dollars senator Simmons of North Carolina ranking Democrat on the Senate finance committee. Declares in a minority report filed today in the Senate. A they must be paid by All the people Quot the report says a just As those in a he Revenue Bill must be paid by All the people a and not by the beneficiaries who have demanded and got them. The people must not Only pay the taxes on import which go directly into the treasury., but they must pay the resulting increase in Price of All things they buy and consume. Tax in for a broadly speaking the views of the special interests who asked these taxes and got them and of the people who pay them differ widely in their appraisement of this measure and its effect upon the National Prosperity. A so far As the special interests Are concerned it goes without saying the taxes imposed Are both satisfying and comforting. A on the other hand the people View this Bill As a measure full of mischief and dangerous possibilities loaded with innumerable burdens for them and their posterity. A when the for Nev Hill passed the House the general Public regarded it As a monstrosity so grotesque and absurd that they took it More As a joke than As a serious attempt at Tariff revisions. People disappointed. A it did not excite m them any great degree of alarm because they Felt sure the Senate would re write it and they expected from this body saner action in their behalf. A in these expectations the people have been grievously disappointed a referring to the argument of the majority that unless the Bill is passed. American industries will be seriously invaded by foreign products the speaker said american goods Are sold in foreign markets in Competition with the world and that if american producers can compete in those markets with foreign manufacturer they should be Able to compete in the american Market. A Earth Waves a in damage Hauan town inhabitants worried by associated press leased aah ire Rome. Italy. May 6�?corato. A City in Southern Italy a nut 25 Miles from 1 Barl was visited again yesterday by a Earth Waves Quot which in the past have caused much damage there. Buildings extending for almost a mile were demolished and the fifty thousand inhabitants Are living in dread lest the quakes continue and ruin the neighbourhood. Three thousand of them carrying their belong Ings Are seeking Refuge in nearby j towns. By associated Prois i cased a ire Genoa Italy May 6 a Russia s reply to the Allied memorandum expected to he ready sunday or monday. Will be a distinctly conciliatory document. No intended to break off Riegos nations. Foreign minister chit Cherin said to it Day. It will however it declared firmly state russians inability to comply with the terms offered. Reuters correspondent Bere says today a the final russian decision is not expect fart before monday or tuesday. Meanwhile it is rumoured that prime minister Lloyd George train is ready and that failing a favourable change in the situation As the result of m. Barthou return. Or. Lloyd George will return to London forthwith. Risk still rave the most critical stage of the conference was reported today a sing through the differences in the ranks of the Allied delegates Over the memorandum to Russia and the attitude of the russians themselves it was declared this afternoon by an official italian spokesman. A this lie said a is More grave than the one the conference sustained after the signing of the Russo German treaty on easter sunday. Russians aah ant Gold a the russians ask billion and billions of Gold Irani and they do not ask them in the form of credits with which they can buy goods but in Cash in the chief stumbling Block it wag indicated was the clause relating to the treatment of foreign property nationalized by the soviet government. Russia regards the provisions of that clause As a distinct attempt to infringe her sovereignly and will not accept the plan for a mixed tribunal. Which m. Tehi Tcherine said would mean the establishment of a a flock of Little reparations commissions a to if Trefero with Russia s internal affairs. 0 weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and probably sunday colder tonight warmer sunday afternoon West and North portions. Weather Outlook for the week beginning monday upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys considerable cloudiness occasional showers. Temperature Normal. I Oeal temperatures \ by the Republican s recording thermometer Friday saturday 3 p. In. So 3 a. In. 4 6 6 p. In. 73 6 a. In. 42 j 9 p. In. 5s 9 a. In. 56 12 p. In. 54 12 m 64 3 p. In. 67 maximum so minimum 42 by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 79 minimum 45 at noon Aitch Ber of j. P. Morgan and company pies on table in room in Avn Home the financiers of clock at the Davison died Man killer of Southwest cashes in when he defies police chief in Texas town by press defused wire new York. N a. May 6�? Henry p. Davison of j. P. Morgan and company died on the operating table to Day. Announcement of death was made at 2 Morgan offices. Or. About 1 30 p. M. A few minutes after the Flash of or. Davison a death reached the Morgan office the following statement. Presumably dictated by one of the physicians but unsigned was received a emr Henry p. Davison died shortly after the conclusion of an operation on an infiltrating tumor of the brain which could Only be partially or. Davison was under the influence of Ether when the end came. Only the White Clad doctors and nurse were in the room with him. Members of i family and intimate friends including j. P. Organ w Erc in the House waiting anxiously for word from the surgeons. Or. Davison was placed on the table for a second operation to Geniove a tumor resting on the auditory nerve. The operation was performed in a special room fitted up in his country Home at Peacock Point in Locust Valley Long Island. Five members of the Morgan firm keeping Vigil at the offices in Wall Street received first new of his death Over a special Telegraph wire. A Short time before news of the death came reports had been circulated in Wall Street that or. Davison had passed successfully through the ordeal and was expected to recover. Or. Davison was under influence of Ether when the end came. Intimate friends of or. Davison said that he had taken no formal Farewell of his family. He apparently was in buoyant spirits when he was carried into the operating chamber. Reali Zed i it a Chi o n but it was evident that or. Davison realized the seriousness of his condition. For he expressed two wishes before the Ether Conewa applied. One w s that he he Laid to rest in Locust Valley. The second was that i funeral be As a ostentatious a possible. Immediately after the pews that or. Davison a dead had been received the office of the Morgan company were darkened. The five partner at the office w Ere William h. Porter. Dwight w. Morrow. R. Stettin us. George Whitney and Eliott c. Banon. Belgium sends Moretro Kopsto German posts Quick measures Arf. Taken Follo at no rec ent attacks a civilian on army Al cd Waters Are near new Orleans by associated press leased a Lre new Orleans. La. May 6 a flood Waters from the break in the levee at Poydras twelve Miles South of Here. Approached new Orleans today having reached the swamps near Chalmette National cemetery levee Board officials however expressed Assurance that the City was in no danger declaring that if necessary the Flo a Waters could easily be diverted into Lake con Char train. Aerial tourist party arrives at capital Ahisha Egton d. A. May 6�?th i Fie i or if i tourist party arrived in Washington yesterday when the air Rinser Santa Marta disembarked passengers from Miami fla., at a j Potomac Landing opposite the capital. Tho flight up the roast was started j monday Many stops being made on j the route for fuel or sight seeing. The Santa Maria with a mix mum Speed of 75 Miles an hour and a capacity for four passengers has been operated daily for several month be a tween Miami and Havana. Cuba. Neophyte branding at Washington a it to be investigated Seattle Wash. May 6�?reported branding of candidates dining a frat rutty initiation at the University of i Washington recently will be investigated. It was announced yesterday by president Henry suzzallo. One Iran i Tii Date. A Sophomore was said to i have been burned so badly by apply j cation of an acid to his face that he j would be absent from classes a week. I free theatre tickets the names and addresses of two Perrons living in Mitchell have been selected at random from the City directory and inserted somewhere in the want and columns. Read the want ads if your name and address is there you will receive free two tickets to the met Good on tuesday May 9, for the added attraction stuarts All White minstrels and the special Sydney Franklin moving picture production courage. A a a read the want ads by associated press lenses a Lre Wichita Falls Tex May 6.�?burl Ballew Man killer of the Southwest. A cashed in Here last night when police cry of j. A. Mccormick beat him to his Hostler and sent a .3 calibre steel jacketed bullets crashing into his body As he stood in an Ohio Street cafe. Buds prowess in in lumbering his a six gun when trouble the at re a had saved him in numerous Border squabbles. This time however his gun was Only a Short Way out when the police chief firing from his hip. Was master of the situation. The body of Ballew. A former Deputy under sheriff Buck Garret at Ardmore. Okla., was sent to Ardmore this evening by air plane. Attorneys for Mccormick waived an examination trial and his Bond was set at $10,090. Numerous citizens volunteered to sign the Bond and fifteen names were affixed and Mccormick was released. Refused to surrender developments brought out at the courthouse alleged that Mccormick had gone to a cafe with chief of detectives Miller in response to a Call that a disturbance was in Progress. He found Ballew standing near the bar. It a stated. A i walked up to said chief Mccormick and said Bud. You Are under arrest give me your gun. He did t make a move and i said put up your hands and t will get it pry self a the turned half Way around and said a a you re just out of Luck then he reached for his gun on his left Side. I beat him to it and a Bud Ballew was murdered i am satisfied of a that. Five shots and ail from the Hack. He did not have a Chance a said Garrett Las night. A no Man Dver had a truer Friend than Bud Ballew was to me. He saved my life on numerous occasions Aryl i Only wish that it had been in my Power to save a had picturesque career Ardmore okla., May Quot Bud a Ballew. Who was killed in Wichita Falls was a Deputy sheriff or under a a Bucko a Garret ousted from office last Winter for lax Law enforcement. Ballew was one of the men who took part on february 20 last in a gun fight at the court House in which five men were wounded. Ballew had a reputation forms ability to handle a a six he was Deputy sheriff Here during some of the most sensational periods of Ardmore history. During his service As a Law officer. Balliew engaged in half a dozen or More gun haole with Mer. Whom he was attempting to arrest in which several fatalities resulted. To is estimated that Ballew has killed at least eight men and had be nth Victor in countless other Cun fights and was reputed for his quickness on the draw in the Early Days of out awry in the Southwest. Outlaw feared rim Rall a was feared among the outlaws of the Oil Fields and cattle country in the Early Days when this Section of the state was Headquarters for notorious outlaws. Ballew was afraid of Only one Man and that was his chief. Buck Garrett. When Bud went on a rampage Here and in surrounding towns it was usually Buck Garrett that took away his guns and cowed him. Ballew a discharged from a Hospital several week ago where he was sent following an affray in the court House Here last february about two weeks ago while Ballew was still limping about he shot up two towns near Here in Daylight. Was Clara s guard during the trial of Clara Smith Hamond Here for the killing of Jake i. Hamond. Republican National committeeman from Oklahoma. Bud was appointed by Garrett a the personal body guard of the defendant. The night Clara Smith Hamon was acquitted a dinner was Given by the defens and to celebrate the Victory. Bud shot holes in the ceiling of the restaurant according to some of those present. By associated pres leased wire Brussel. Belgium. May 6�?belgian fore in Germany Are being reinforced two thousand men their staff of officers and to horse Are to leave for the occupied area today and monday the measure is due to i the recent series of flagrant aggressions in which belgian soldiers have j been victims the latest of the of j fairs occurred at Homburg. Near Essen one thursday when two German civilians wounded belgian j lieutenant Yronne with revolvers. To hold editor for murder Durango. Colo May 6�?an information charging Rod s. Day. Editor of the Durango Democrat with the murder of William l. Wood. City editor of the Durango Herald a filed in the District court Here today. Jayo aarhus la eld Teague tex., May a a two White men were detained today for further investigation a Al the actions preceding the attack on and murder of Eula Awsley for which tim no terms were harm d at Kirin Lins morning. No an Ihmi linemen t of charge hied against the men have freon made a word tag to reining Here. They were held ending investigation Only. Kirvin. To. May 6�?three negroes were burned to death ii Tihe slake Here t i morning by a mob of 500 men following their alleged implication in i Riding assault and murder of 17 year old Eula Awsley whim girl whose mull rated body was found near Here thursday night negroes All j Arm hands the negroes were employed on file farm of j. T. King. Prominent Farmer of til is Community and Grandfather of the dead girl with whom she lived both her Parent being dead. Or. King a present at the cremation and the mob Leader Are said to have obtained i approval thereof before lighting the torches. The Lynching were carried out in orderly fashion. There a no discharge of fire arms nor a any undue violence attempted although it is understood the Bod its of the negroes wore Rutili Atco before being tied to the take. Stake near churches with the exception of a few shout and screams of the condemned men there was Little to disturb Tho Early morning quiet of the Backwoods Community. The incineration took place on a Small open plot directly in front of two Small churches. Hie of the negroes i said to have died ringing a Church Anthem. Kirvin is a town of about 500 inhabitants situated in Freestone county cast Central Texas about so Miles South of Dallas. Or. King resides at Kirvin. Miss Awsley was Riding her horse Home Lorn the school which she attended several Miles from Kirvin late thursday when she was attacked. Lier body litter was found near Tho Road with Twenty three knife wounds inflicted in the head. Neck and Chest news of tile murder spread quickly and late thursday a band of several Hundred men from Freestone and Limestone counties and a Large sheriffs posse were scouring the neighbourhood. Said to have confessed a or Nappy Curry the first negro to be led to la Quot stake was arrested when his wife told officers he had come Home with his clothes covered with blood on the night of the murder. Curry was taken to Wortham and imprisoned in a Bank Tor Safe keeping. Where it is alleged that he confessed to the mob that he had assaulted arid murdered the girl and that in his confession he implicated two other negroes. J. La. Vary and Mose Jones. He was taken from the sheriff As he was being conducted to another own for safety. Sin Riff i overflow Creel a mob gathered about and threatened to storm the building whereupon officers spirited the prisoner through a rear window and started with him in an automobile toward Mexia apparently Enro Ute to Waco. They w re overtaken. However and resistance seemed useless and the prisoner was surrendered. The mob divested the sheriff of his keys to the Freestone county jail where Jones and Varney were being held As suspects unlocked the doors and there took the other two negroes in charge. All three were then rushed to Kirvin the Home of the dead girl where the execution took place at an Iron stake driven into the ground on a Small Square in the heart of the town. Wood saturated with Oil to increase it i flammability was piled about the stake. Burned on suspicion Curry was burned first. Tiv a Varney and lories. There was some delay in burning the i is two As they Stead Faly maintained their innocence but they were finally cremated on the strength of Curry a testimony. After the third negro had been burned to a Crisp All three bodies were Pil a together Ard a mass of fuel and Oil Flung Over them. This was ignited the flame soaring for a feet in the air. At an Pearly hour today the flames were still burning fiercely with the Prospect that the bodle1 would be reduced to ashes. The mob dispersed rapidly today baseball Ameri an league new York. Too aaa aaa�?2 5 i. Philadelphia. 0a0 aaa aoa�?0 2 i mavs and Devormer Harris and i Perkins. Washington. Aaa aaa aaa a 4 0 Ponton. Too Ojo a Oxx a i 4 0 Zachary. Johnson and Gharrity Pic Mich Pennock and Walters. St. Loui Oja aaa at 2 111 mooch to Blouse suddenly Necker a flapper or Flipper Given to Cheek to Cheek dancing. Nice girls on who take fallow in and introduces him to the family non skid a girl who ran carry liquor. Not to Good a comment of dissatisfaction one flight up reference to the practice of a cake eater saving one Dollar. One Way kids a person who take everything an give nothing Ostrich any one who thinks he know it All. Otis a Young Manfrom the country. Overdose of outside shellac description of a flapper with too much powder on her face. Tomorrow from a Over there to Loo 301 oi�?-3 9 i shocker and severe id Cove Leslie and o Neill. Chicago. 010 �?o0 0 Detroit aaa 341 0 Hodge. Leverett and Schall Dinette arum Basher. N Viton Al be Xii e Poston oui Ooi too 2. 7 0. Brook by to. Iso 211 23x is in i. 1 it chg a Ftping in. Lansing and Gowdy Ruther and la tingling. Chicago. 31 2aa 140 11 17 i. Pittsburgh. Of a 3 of a Jio 7 la. 3. Aldridge and of Farrell Glazier Zinn. Hamilton Yellowboy and Gooch. Philadelphia too 002 of a oho 0 tie. 13 inning. New York a Aoa Aoi Ajo too 0 flubbed and Henline Douglas and Smith. Snyder Cincinnati. 110 St. Louis. Of 0 Couch and hang rave Hines and i Ai Ismith
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