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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 20, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Different bigger better Mitchell Corn Palace sept. 25 to 30 v of. Xxxviii. The evening Republican third edition Mitchell South Dakota wednesday september 20, 1922 number 300turks threaten Straits Washington fears new holy War in greeks flee in rout before advancing turks u is bulwark of u. S. Admiral Dean of diplomats in constantinople has influence situation is strained Ali him w position Strong Mir Sill a was no Spe i in i woks from wac inf r a a i a a a a a in in ii Rry b. Hunta ton. In Vul. Sept. Job will a r Echo through the world As i to the turkish grecian fight Asia minor question is troubling official ton. As Well As the extent to America May be involved. Us share in it lies in the rear Admiral Mark i Rise occupies the double position a a an hic a commissioner to and commander of the Amer Etc destroyers in near East official Washington places i Trust in Admiral Bristol As a Bon fighter and Diplomat was by the state department s relist ence that Navy plans for f East millions spent in Ball pools figures show new York Chicago and Philadelphia pay heaviest tour to gamblers police Are helpless Small Fry catgut by t of Weir pro left of Tox do is n t alarm ringleaders Southern railway Kem lists plan signs wage compact Tam a try a it with its trainmen to Makl Hack Washington. P. G. Sept. 20.�? agreement was signed today by the Southern railway and representatives of the order of Railroad conductor and the brotherhood of railway trainmen extending until january i. 1 924. Present wages and working conditions of members of these unions employed by the Southern system. Of greek cavalry in Asia minor p reseed by the turkish hordes Ford the Smyrna Region. Turkish troops in Advance to it it duty be a ban Iwa if ii in Bristol Vav ii officers Here who have seen v it w til Bristol in constantinople a Only his remarkable tact and Cage have enforced recognition of i a rights and interests in the a w r 7o�?�0 Bristol has been at or. Of visa Post since Jan 2s. 1919. Nil on in it constantinople c i a j it re one for Mere than of. Pare Quot declares an officer who i a. V Bristol during the Early or of a no constantinople service p. A ii a Quot it h. And italian repro a v vegt a Iii 0 of the fact that ii of i it Ese countries maintained it a a 1 spation at the grand or us a ought to override Anier a a a and american int v j also been constant it among Tho Foro. A f a a a three allies. I a a 1 a t trough his tact and c r Darky. Has been ii o a tv.-, a recognition of As Dean of the a a Turkey and of to a. I it to smooth out int. The forces of of r a a to a a Rives and also Between so my the turkish govern inf Brak narrowly \ void Cal up hot a serious threat of a he for in United states and Chat Quot id afer the undercurrent by v former Allied forces i a v t Ondr came when an a a a. Ick it was Bayon eted in i be a dry an open break a followed that a u thousand americans in the wit to in depend for Protection in ill a ii Force under com of rear Admiral Bristol. In let ers of violations of neutrality a ii heard from time to time. Us position has been Strong. Is regarded As the Only Power wants no special favors in Sams naval forces in Kuril Waters Are at a minimum. Only battleship the Utah is in eur i Waters and she s far away Are Bourg seven destroyers. One in ship and two Little submarine cts constitute the total naval e of this government within my distance of the scene of no Force to protect property a so vessels carry no land my forc following the rapid Retreat of t he greeks. Turkish infantry advances across Asta minor scoring Tho Faste St Forward move pot of troops in recent military history. Fire does for turks what centuries of sword failed to do christians wiped out less Titan 50.000 remain of 250,090 in Asia minor american y. M. C. A. Chief tells How turks deliberately fired Smyrna Lack of food and clothing adds to horrors of thousands of refugees i protect property marines stationed As at constantinople extent of american lives of More much valuable endangered by a marines to Force of to ular guard in in a is the rrop5. Edition to the Uoo americans. It property is ent uprising. A the interests Uncle Sam Seguard is the welfare of the natives of the american re Cist rat Ion the near East re a a a arts Collie. Quot constantinople the american girls College american foreign Trade non. Shipping Quot Board. Standup. American tobacco go guarantee Trust go which. Ranch there and Many others mini Anicat Ion Spoo Lodl i p system of communication set he Navy shortly following the e. Washington is enabled to a a a Cate with constantinople Rill Nim urn of delay. Three an outside time for a Mosser through. Under Good Quot transmission is practically gee coming to constantinople a Jesse from the Navy radio a Washington to the Navy Paris. There the me Sage de by leased Navy wires to via Coblenz. From Vienna vier goes again by Navy radio Cion established in Constanti to american Navy. Of Canadian says u. S. Should co operate to subdue Kem lists by \ scoria Ted press leased wire and. It. Sept. 2a�?Tho in a a totes should be prepared to in in with or it Britain in a the turkish situation that i in of the h o i i May be main a a declared Yir i Tan Gibs n of in. Int. Ith 11 it he. Cot Clave a supreme Council. S3 j degree or accepted Scot Timi rite of to for the nor in in Monic lion of the t stores. To it fad in v. Ruh u Giro City. Mexico. Sept. 20.�? a my persons among which Are Ach to be several americans Werea or Tod dead. And a Large number in-,0d in a Railroad wreck yesterday a a redo bound passenger train 3 Village near Queretaro. Weather report uth Dakota fair tonight and Imdan warmer tonight and in a ast onion thursday. By associated press erased wire Smyrna. Asia minor sept. 20 of re j has accomplished for the to is what the sword failed to do. Asi i minor the Cradle of christianity will soon be depopulated of christians. Many of these in Smyrna who were not snatched from death by Apter j lean and other rescuers Are Digap a pea ring into the Hills some \ Junta i in Many by Force. Others if dying of exhaustion fright or exposure on the shattered Stone waterfront of the benighted City. The Only cry american correspondents hear is a wont America come and save us Quot Mustapha rental s order permitting american and Allied ships Tenter Tho Harbor to evacuate the victims has relieved the anguish of j both refugees and Relief workers but every Day s delay in the arrival of the vessels Means the death of Many. Leu bust Ian remain less than fifty thousand Chrls trans remain huddled on the Quay or in concentration Camps out of Tim original 259,000 and the worst fears Are entertained for those who were taken forcibly into the Interior the. Turkish edict has gone Forth c Hris to Tan try must he stamped out in Asia. The Lack of food and clothing and the unspeakable sanitary conditions i Are adding to the horrors and the people Are obliged to eat the flesh of animals killed in the fire Days Igo the american Blue jacket have ransacked the hip in the bar Bor for condensed milk for the famished babies and have Given up their overcoats to the women the nights Are bitterly cold and the shivering fugitives take Refuge in the cellars of soldering ruins others have burrowed into the Emil eke animals of the wild. Mothers in bitter anguish and despair Are j wasting their babes into the sea. The combination of War. Massacre fire drowning and famine disease have visited havoc upon the innocent and defenceless Christian women and children. One must co Back to Pagan times to find a counter part of the reign of fury fire and Famlin which Laid this great shrine of christianity in ashes. Edward m. Fisher Reading. Ba., director of the y. M c. A. At Smyrna has furnished the associated press with the following description of Tho burning and pillage. F Smyrna the turks had deliberately poured kerosene on the buildings. J saw a Stream of kerosene running through the Street on which the american consulate was located. The turks also set fire to bundle of clothing and bedding dropped by the fleeing refugees. Soon the whole european Quarter was enveloped in flames. A a burning Smyrna an amphitheatre build around the great Bay. Or. ? a terrifying but magnificent spectate. J i the fire penetrated the waterfront j destroying the custom houses located on the Harbor. I had previously i 1 observed turkish irregulars uoti up i in rep ran of benzine on the a River in their Hasty evacuation of vetoed Bonus in House again lower by vhf of Congress expects to ass Bill Over rejection Hofton passes Bill Washington p. Cd a sept. Hie hons Masee Hie soldiers Bonus Hill today Ever president Harding s Reto the vote was 2.h to r�4. Or 3ft More than the Nesary two thirds majority. Framework of the latter Structure. It a dear that Smyrna a i been for doomed a from Tho shores help Elt roads raised their arms and in an agonizing chorus Supplicate to by taken on our boats. A the turks chose fire so a to solve the question of Girj to minorities in Asia minor f Rev it r. Re Rue Many orphans a through the bravery if a Mary at ills of the american com go and in we if red Post of was 1 a a d who with myself worked incessantly. We succeeded in Kirg six Hundred american orphan it it it is from the fire zone marching them to the pier. Unfortunately there was nor Oom for them on the Ani rican destroyer. So we were forced to place them on the Quay. A eth a morning found the hell children prostrate with exhaustive on the Stone pier. Two of their number were bravely holding the american Flag which More than once protected them from the cards then by a Miracle the american Steamer Winona came into the Harbor and we evacuated the orphans to Piraeus. Dead to Ujj enormous it is impossible to estimate a he number of victims who have fallen either by the swords of the turks or through the destruction of by the flames estimates run cd the Way Dom 2.ooo to As High As Fot-000. It is hardly Likely that the authorities will Ever he Able to an exact count of the dead. For bodies undoubtedly were Cor inned entirely by the flames and Oiler were thrown into the sea by the invaders. Washington. In c sept 2��?the soldiers Bonus Bill vetoed yesterday by president Harding. Was to be started today in a second voyage through Congress. Favourable action b looked for generally the measure doubted Muster in the senat majority Nfn pm or Ary veto. The plan War to 11 in the House and to have a Roll hour or two of Debar the time of Senate Dennite some a test of strength in the a Nus voted. By these included several mean leaders tomorrow. It with the Bonn would be diff for action on awaiting Denis for of Congress to Iii to the House president Harding based his veto of the Bonus largely a it a the ground of the failure of Congress to provide Ai method of financing and the Monse a quem heavy Drain it would prove on 1 the Treasury. He made it Clear that the interest on the foreign debt could not be relied upon. Asserting tha even taking into account such pay i ments a were Likely to be received from a hat source the Treasury faced a deficit of $<50,000,000 this fiscal year and an even further shortage i in the succeeding year. The president declared that enact 1 by in of the measure would wipe out the House a but friends of that they could the two third override the to Call up the in after noon Call after an action was in red the final mediately after others and of the re pub it a. Pj0r a to i to until was then View that Issue deposed of if ult to keep a quorum i important matters before adjournment \ tremendous Elean up of millions of dollars Iii baseball xxx is j is going to be made during tile j 1922 world series. Tickets in thousands of these lotteries xviii be huddled throughout tile1 country at from 25 rent to $5. Those Are forecasts growing out of a nation wide Survey made by Nea service for the evening Republican into the amazing extent of gambling Iii baseball la ools in All arts of the country a into non profit private hh>1s and the huge professional minis operated by secret syndicates that Drain vast sums from millions of people. Police in Many cities Ila in been suicide Iii trying to Abate baseball pools. \ few hair sue eed cd. In most. Cities Iii i erf Crew a is negligible. Ticket Sill s reach Gigantic figures. Patrons include Mullen and boys. Baseball officials blame the a lotteries for scandals in the game and a lilt e a frauds in awarding prizes multiply the enormous natural profits. The daily Republican presents Here the first of a series of St it built a a of on a Survey by Nea ser let into conditions in major and minor league ride. How much will be spent in baseball my son the forthcoming world serb facts Giten Here furnish an accurate gauge of tile millions involved. By nex service new York. Sept. 20�?ba Beall Pool in the major leagues Levy their greatest toll in new York. Chicago and Philadelphia a million dollars a Volt it a is spent in new York alone by upward of 4 ii 0,000 players according to estimates by Pool agents. New York his probably 25.0on pools All except Ion or so being Small private pools in offices and factories and Semi private Enterprise operated in Cigar store there Are four big pools Chicago spends about Lino non a week in some in professional pools. During the last we red series ticket sales in these pools totalled $450,000, police estimate. Philadelphia baseball gamblers spend at least $50,Nan a week according to conservative estimates. Sale in Boston weekly Are placed at $15,000, in Pittsburgh at $10,000 Cleveland and Detroit Are in the same class Survey shows. Operations Are Small in Washington. Cincinnati and St. Louis horse race betting has the Call in washing ton and Cincinnati while a police cleanup in St. Lotus i year ago is still effective. An t get Ringl cad lots in Chicago police chief Quot Barie l. Fitzmorris says 200 arrests have been made during the past season. A we find it hard to get the says the Chicago chief. A Only the Small Fry Are caught usually agents Wjt Ile the ring of direct Bank bandits stage siege during robbery or \ Kim next Mentor Minn hold town it Bay Xxiii k they in it x i its the result of the administration s ors operating the pools on a National Economy program and would entail further borrowings by the Treasury every one of which. Be added. Threatened higher interest and delayed the adjustment of stable government financing and tile dimunation of Federal Taxe to defensible Cost of government. Basta remain under Pool agents in new York work on 20 per cent commission. They say they usually sell about $500 Worth of tickets a week East b. They have regular route through office buildings and retail districts employees at As agents in Many factories in a Survey of one 2<-Story office building to separate pools were found in operation in addition to those larger ones represented by agents most of the 25,000 pools the Small Fry have Ticke Selling for 25 cent a week with from in to 3j members who buy a Chance no erne or two major league clubs. This investment it is estimated totals $250,000. Fewer players in the aggregate hut with an investment of three times As much weekly patronize the four big pools. Most a a exclusive of these big new York pools is the forty second Street by press leased wire i pal. Tickets sell for $5 a week. The. To a buyer blindly picking a combination it Blea go. 111. Set. Shop .01 be three teams out of the 32 teams of the nation Atraill Ware gradual nne x a Tai american and Iii in increasing to their former size a National league and the american cording to indications today. Association highest combination while some lines Are restoring Job score for the week draws it $5000 to erstwhile striker under terms of j prize lowest score $25o<x the Baltimore peace plan for ending another Hie Pool. Name unknown the showmen s strike other roads a Sells tickets for a the Lyons Pool. Showmen return to jobs slowly Jewell Irons Oft differ i Les xxx Ith in h York enter Al links after session Mentor. Minn sept. 20.�? Mentor was in a state of siege for four hours Early today while robbers wrecked the Mentor state Bank building j took $1,500 and drove away in an automobile after firing More than j fifty shots and wounding four persons two of them seriously. The robbers entered the town in j an automobile drove to the great j Northern depot which they entered and Cut All wires. While they were j working in the depot. William fro a j who was sleeping there awakened to inquire what they wanted. His Iii 1 Quiry was stopped by tile butt end of a pistol and he awakened an hour after the robbers had departed. In a Box car where they had placed 1 him. J Turk the first intimation that the towns 1 people had that robbers were at j work came when the rear door of the Bank was forced an alarm was connected with the Hong of Joseph Tasley cnshi1 a who at once started to leave his Home to determine the cause of the alarm. He was met by a Man at he front i door. Who forced a Shotgun into his ribs and told him to a stay in Tim Fred Bank barricade Tagley re entered i Home but at once attempted to leave by the rear door. As he stepped out he was met by a charge of Buckshot fired by another robber stationed at the rear of his Home. After shooting tag lev. The two robber withdrew to a Point in front of the Bank building where they erected a barricade from which they kept up an almost continuous fire while their companions blew the Safe Ami vault of t in Hank building. The charge that they used was so heavy that the Bank building a wrecked. While the robbers who numbered four were working a general alarm was Given but Only two men. Joseph Benoit and i Berther. Arthur responded. The two appeared carrying shotguns and were met by a Shower of Buckshot from the lookouts. Joseph fell seriously injured while his brother escaped with so grit it wounds. Others who might have come to the Aid of the Benoit were held within their Home by the gun fire of the robbers. After the men had spent about four hours in the Vicinity of the Bank apparently a sure that they would not he seriously disturbed they withdrew. Wounded will a incr tag Ley. Frazer and the two flt no1? boy were at onry removed to Crook Ston where their wounds were treated. The last reports from that City indicate that All will Renover. Although several Buckshot were taken from the Bony of Tagley. My of Joseph Benoit. It has not been determined in which direction the robbers Wen after leaving Here a general alarm has been sent out Over this Section of a who state and All police Are watching for the robbers who Are known assault will take place before end of present week it is thought England fights alone i i \ la High commission in Able to Elssi Ade Yerks i rom Aita k report c All peace meet la associated i Ixo ump a wire Paris. Pm ufos Noah. 20.�?tile filled conferee on til near Eastern situation lock let i Lute today to Call a lie Nee conference of eight nations interested in a settlement to determine the terms of Jhao. Mil Confer Nee xviii meet probably within Tim or three weeks. The conference it was an flounced xvii of represent at ii is of great Britain Franco Turkey Italy. Greece a i a a ii. Rumania and j Ugo so i-1 la. Constantinople. Sept. A Job information that Mustapha Kemal Pasha a preparing to launch an Barrack for the Possession of the Dardanelle in spite of the exhortations of general Belle French High . Is rinsing undisguised anxiety by Allied military circles in the capital. It is not improbable that such an attack will to made before the end of the present Ives it is stated tha taking advantage of the fact that Tho British hav it not yet concentrated All their forces British Xxiii fight Tho British Are declared to by determined to hold the Strait it All costs regardless of How formidable the homa it forces May be and regardless also of whether France Arni Italy participate in til defense one of the Bent evidences of tile British determination to resist the turks is the fart that a v British subjects including the families of officers Are leaving the City. Showing that they believe the fir a a imminent. It is understood Here that the French Cabinet warned the Angora government of the i advisability of an Assn ult on the Neutral zone hut the nationalists Are believed a o int pc replied the proposed attack is in Tim nature of a defensive and protective movement in View of great Britain a Mali Tail preparations in support of hey alleged policy of depriving Turkey of Thrace. In his imminent remains Are in dangerous proximity to the Neutral 7 Ward movement on 1 meet with Stern oppo British the British one and a for her part will sit Ion from the Ion would if the military ised from eng Nion Wert at be greatly augment and naval units pro land and the i>01 hand. Tho american torpedo boat destroyer Simpson arrived Here bringing More american eve witnesses of the Smyrna fire. All agree that flames originated in the armenian Quarter of the City and assert that the evidence strongly ind a is that the turks wilfully started the fire. The remains haired for tile armenians a much More intense then for the greeks these observer explain and they believe the turks determined to exterminate Tho Arne Nivans at the moment of their invasion. French inf a i no mar next agreement on near a Paris Fra Nee. Sept 20. An agr men Between great brim in a France on the near Eastern probe seemed reasonably assured aft r two and one half hour car. to be armed with sawed off shot guns Between Premier Point Are although some who listened to their firing declare rifles were also used. A careful Check of the loot taken was made by Hank officials this morning. The robbers took nothing but Cash. Ills announced of today baseball american of a be new York. Detroit. Shavkey and Behan Ehmke Basler. Too too and game property 10ss in Smyrna is placed at Over 150 million by associated press pleased xxx Irey constantinople. Sept. 20�?-american and British insurance experts estimate the total property loss in Smyrna at $ 150.000.000. Only Soo,000.000 of which is covered by insurance British underwriting companies will Bear the Brunt of the loss. The american property los is placed at about $12,000,000, the greater part insured. It is impossible to estimate the loss of life. Most a Mer Iran observers agreed however that fully 2.000 perish i in the flames. No cautious Man would venture to say How Many were deliberately massacred and it is undeniable that there were wholesale deportations. The Fate of these unfortunates pm Only be conjectured. Pottery strike next by associated pros i Ca de xxi re East Liverpool Ohio. Sept. 20.�? orders instructing 7.ooo Genera Ware pottery workers in the knifed states to quit work on september 30 were mailed today by president John t. Warto a holding aloof from the arrangement with strike leaders continued to recruit shop workers Independent of All negotiations with the six shop Craft unions which went on strike july i. Twenty thousand strikers re due to return to the new York Centra shops under the terms of the Baltimore agreement As a result of yesterday s settlement Between a. H. Smith president of the system and Belt m. Jewell head of the Siop crafts. According to the most generally accepted estimates about 50,-000 erstwhile strikers had returned to work on other roads which entered the Baltimore truce. A roads remaining out of the Baltimore agreement reported shop forces at work ranging from 75 to too percent of Normal. On Western roads alone 122.415 showmen or 77 5 percent of the forces employed last june were reported to be at work the Early part of this week. The number was based on reports received by Samuel Felton president of the Chicago great Western and chairman of the Western executives committee on Public relations who made the announce lenient. Bouvia and Chile Are near new clash Geneva. Switz. Sept. 20.�?the relations Between Bolivia and Chile Are such that a grave difficulties threaten unless the mediation it a Friendly Power or the arbitration of the league of nations can be secured this declaration is made in a letter received by the Secretary of the league Assembly from Alfredo Guitierrez. Bolivia i Delegate to the Assembly. Operated from Albany and the fort Erie Pool. Operated from Buffalo sell tickets for la in new York. Both operate elsewhere m the East and the new England states fort Erie tickets in some towns being Only 30 cents. Some pools distribute daily awards the capital prize As High As $500. Philadelphia s largest Pool. Known As the sportsmen a club Sells a a Blind tickets for 35 cents bearing combinations of six teams out of 2 4 in the National. American and International leagues. Offer special prize this Pool which has Headquarters in Camden. N. J., of fared $1000 in prizes on a particular May recently $500 for highest score. $250 second highest. $100 third highest. $50 fourth highest and Hoo for lowest score. Twenty five pools operate in Reston. And police superintendent m h. Crowley places the players at a not More than 5000.�?� some 20.000 tickets Are sold weekly for 5< cents and $1, and a few at 25 cents on Eastern league teams. In Pittsburgh baseball pets have decreased owing to raids and Conzio icons according to District attorney a h. Rowand ticket sates Are made in secret to possibly to too customers weekly. The shoe workers strike on nearly All summer is thought to have helped to Cut Down baseball pools in Cincinnati. Horse race betting has always been More popular there As in Washington and also in be Eland where safety director Thomas Martini says numerous arrests have helped to Cut Down Pool Selling. 010 000 loo�?2 9 i 103 too lox�?5 la 3 and Rue to he and. 00a 000 000�?n 5 0 Loo 000 00x�?1 0 1 Perkins Faber and Forest fire raging san Francisco. Calif. Sept. 20.�? seven Forest fires raging in three National forests threaten California with the worst fire loss in years. I United states Forest service officials announced Here today. First Boston. Clex Eland. Collins. Rus ii l. Sewell. First Gime Philadelphia. Chicago. Naylor and Schalk. Second game Boston. On Cleveland. 03 piercer and Chaplin Bedgood arid o Neill. National Leager Pittsburgh. Non Loo 210 4 0 new Yor Koto too oho i 5 3 Cooper and Schmidt Mcquillan and Snyder. First game Cincinnati 022 Ojo 400 9 14 0 Boston. 200 too 010�?3 0 2 Heck and Hargrave Marquand Maniara and o Neill. First game Chicago. Too 101 oooo Sjo 0 Phi Redelphia. 210 003 012�?9 122 Steuland. Jones. Osborne and o Farrell. Meadows j. Smith Winters and Hehne. First game us louis.000 oo�l0o1 i 3 i Brooklyn. In i j02 olx�?6 la 3 Haines North. Barfoot and a Smith. It Lemons. Grimes and Miller. Second game St. Louis. Till too 2 Brooklyn. Iou 012 i Wright. Sherd i and Ainsmith cadre and Deberry. Second game Cincinnati. Boston. Donahue and Hargrave and Gibson. Second game Chicago. Philadelphia. Aldridge. Mov is and Behan and Peters. T Curzon British foreign the French foreign off of noon. The two ministers cull other at great length the 1 their government and Eon Progress was believed to Hui made toward an understand xxx ill protect Strait lord Curzon is undersea. I informed a. Poincare the Britain would insist upon to Lute of redone of the Straits Dardanelle and would ins Freedom by the presence of Fleet the British foreign store Ever i said to have Intima the British military Effort near East would he confined Navy Whdeh gave re a to the Elon that the British troops soon he withdrawn from Ltha Premier Poincare informed id i tary i of d to e id m a a. Ion a re at r Ich of Idem Blo in been o Nave t great e Gibso of the j re the a Large i that in the t o t by nip re of in. Lord Curzon that the French policy was decidedly a if in. Its chief aim being to make peace a non As possible w ant pea of Crone he urged the immediate calling of a peace conference for a final settlement on the basis of the turk3 remaining on the Asiatic Side of the Straits pending the outcome of the conc Ren e the two ministers were in agreement on the necessity of maintaining the Freedom of the Straits although it is under some differed a of Chara ter of the control to i died. Food there May opinion As to Netrol to i order slowly midst of Smyrna. Sept h restored Here after the conflagration and Cain Ftp Ltd it in Smyrna reins a order h is in horrors of the now prevails. ,. 310 20. F32 20 Cene Wiz i r�0 0 020 a Hartnell colonel Madjie Bey Habern appointed civil governor. The t irk4 i in beg Clearing bodies Fror the ruin a by a a firs and gathering up those that have been lying in the Strate. The body of John Tara a naturalised american address unknown a buried today. A Toapha Hemal Pasha a declined the re guest of the allies to permit Orf it ships to remove Refuge until he car Confer with the author it Jess at Angora. Jap Crow s on the Quay Are thinning out the food and sanitary problem continues serious the so Andar Oil company is the first american organization to res the work. Ansta Pha Hemal Pasha has promised to protect the company s tanks
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