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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

I GENERAL ASSEMBLY Interest in Great Presbyterian Meeting Increases. A DAY OF PRACTICAL WORK The Assembly Declines to Take Any Step Looking to Limited Pastoral Relations— Ministers Assigned to Preach To-Day. (Special to The Tlnies-Pllpfclcb.) LEXI.NGTON, VA., Slny 23.— Interest In the sessions of tho General Assembly of tho Southern Presbyterian' Church Increases each day, and to-day, tho third day of tho mooting, was devoted mestJy to connnltteo work. Tlio sessions nro well attended, not only by tho commissioners, but also by residents of tho community and many visitors, who are hero for tho meetings especially, A communication whb read beforo tho .Assembly from tho American Snbbath i":ilun, Dr. Israel "W. Hathaway, of Now lion of tho Union on Snbbath rest, to be lield in St. Louis, Mo., In October, 1004. Tho matter was referred to the • Commltteo on tho Sabbath. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A communication from tlfu Presbyterian' Historical Society of Philadelphia announced .tbrit tho Amer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

on? HIGH WIND IN PETERSBURG i Smokestack to an Ice Factory Was Blown Down. (Bpcetnl to The TlmiM-Dlspttch.) PETIOUSmmO, VA., May 23.-Tho exceedingly dry weather for the past throe or four wceka Ib interfering with farming operations In this unction. Tho storm last night Will inmcwlml tpmp'inully relieve tho situation, but the. rainfall w.ia not anything Ilko sulllclnnt to brfalc the drought. A Very frnvere. wind nccotnjianled tho rain In this city, and some damage was done. The nmnkosta-JK at thn factory of the J. H. Worth Jci Conibany. In thin city, wn.s blown down during tho Btorm lnst night, and the loss of »v few hundred dollars resulted. The Jtorm broke over the city Juhl as tho au-. Ifclnnco wis leaving tho Stunrt meeting Jit West 11111 Warehouse, nnd probably iwo thousand people wero drenched bcloro they reached their homos. Hey. Dr. Georßn 11. Stuart held a sftrVlco this afternoon . at 5 o'clock for tho tolored people. To-morrow night will Ijo tslvon lip to men's service. Dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

B TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS An Important Invention by a Richmond Man. AN AUTOMATIC STOP Designed to Lessen Causalities Re' suiting from Open Switches, Draw Bridges and Other Causes. Patents have Just been received horo for an Invent lon by a Richmond man, wlilcii promise well in the direction of preventing perious and frequently death-dealing nccldents on railways. Steps will very shortly bo taken to bring tho matter to the attention of roveml railways nnd to glvo a practical demonstration of the utility of Iho new device. If what Is claimed for It proven true, therb can bo but slight doubt that It will bp very generally ndoptfd. CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS. A groat many of the accidents of almost dally occurrence nro duo to open pwltchos or fnllure of engineers to roftard signals on semaphores. Along the lino of a railway there nre telegraph 'Etatlona In constant communication with tho train dispntchors In tho city. Near tho track In front of these stations Is a polo, connected with the ofllco. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

5J SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. £arton fteights. Mr. Willnm Mi Kellogg, who has been Vleltlng Mr. D. K. Kellogff, near the Seminary, has returned to his home in New |>ort Nowa, Va. Jock Talson, who has been quite sick lor Home time with the malarial fever, la now ablo to ho out npaln. List of scholars on tho roll of honor for the week ending at tho Barton Heights School Friday, May 22, VM: Junior B Grade, Mlbs Mabel Gllnn, leuoher — T.oulk<> Traylor. Sixth Grammar Grade, Miss Mabel Dllr.n, teacher— Stella James and Alice Bmlth. Fifth Grammar Grado, Mlbs Kate Gltnn, leather— Elizabeth Jeter and Grace Chamborlftln. Seventh Primary Grade. Miss Winston, teacher— Harold Goyne, Otha Klttlng.?r, t.nnman Rutland, Bonnlbello Amory, Klhel linuchan, Vlolot Chamberlain, Grayion Leadbetter and Grade Phillips. Sixth Primary Grade, Mian Winston, U-ncher— llurli Loanh, Frank Taylor, "Wlljlnm Taylor Rady, Kathleen O'Bannon iiii'l Lllllfin Harding. Fifth Primary Grndo, M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

8 , Wash Goods At Usual August Prices. Koeohlln Freres, boat printed Frenc?i Orgnnlles, In ntfures nnd stripes. T*ie usual 87Hc. kind; now 12^ r - Pointed FKitlptn. extra flno nna nheer, distinctively n«w patterns. The usual 10 2-80. kind: now 12 tt". Knlckerbiekor Reps, now arid stylish, all colors 2[i0 ' Heal Irish nimltlos, In new and oxcluslvo patterns nnd colorings 2Bo> Real Scotch ainghnms, the kinds that wash and wear co nicely * 6o> IJnen Jseph>T Ginghams, tho Idonl fabric for shirt-waist drespes. The 87Hc kind; now. 2oc. Silk Striped Grenadines, new and stylish patterr,.i and colorin&s. „.25, SB, 48. 69, 69. 76c. Dotted nnd Embroldorod Sninsps, new nnd exclusive de.-lßTifl GO, 60, 70, 85c. to J2.25 Silk MmiKseMno, Iljrht welffht, roft nnd clingy, entirely now patterns 4S and DOc. Good Silk Strictly Low Priced. 800. Striped Extra Quality Japanese Wash Silks, In this season'!) ohoicest patterns and colorings, now 250. Extra quality...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

OB AtJCTIdN SALES— MONDAY. Uy Gen. \V. Mnyo, AiicMonoer, 1205 En-st luhin Street. Soft f.Kna c V^kdi V Hosa fin* ZTUKNITURB; &C. AT AIJCJ ION. I will soil lit tny Auction House nt 10:30 ' A- ""MONDAY, MAY »Ttt, 1908, I Hor?<\ Hprlnff Waßon, IlarnM.t. 4 KlpoIrlo HoHk Fiiiip. 1 OIIInK Kan, Ic-o Moxor, Kefflnorators, ico CroaM Pfee|sfß. *vn»hInir Miir-litne. Miitay CftfT.'agG. S"v.lnK Machines Matches, 17 Hnxw rrnckf^rs. Coffee, flood Luck Hnklnt? Powder and other irroccrloß, Rubber Jloao, Desks, Chiffoniers and a I.'itko lot of HouEOhold FurMturo/of all kind*, MAya proprlotorOKO .11. VALENTINE, Salesman. PUBLIC AUCTION BALB OF A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVELY LOCATED BUILDING LOT, ON NORTH SIDE CLAY HTREET BETWEEN TjURTY-Konirm and THIRTY-FIFTH STREETS. On MONDAY. MAY 25, 1903, at fl o'clock V, M., wo shall, at tho request of tho non-rcHldent owner, rpII by auction, on tho pri'inlMen. Hint npcclally attractlvn Vacant Lot. frotillnp SO foot on tho north line of Cluy ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

10 HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WAHTZD, TWO WAITREBBEB at - KIPKWOOD'S st once; 120S 15. Msln. ,*W ACTED, A Oook and a Butler; Family of three prrron*; 100 South Third Street. .WASTED, Two Responsible Lad lea to Act M locul inansjiers for a New York firm; write promptly. Address nox 129. csre this offlcp. IS PER HUNDRED For Addrflsln* EnrelopM. Perfl dime and stamp for full Instructions: X.ADY WANTED, $15 Weekly) Permanent. Artistic employment (it home; no <\xperlenoe needed ; material fnrnlibed. Enclose stampednddresped envelope. TICKBT CO., Ifll west 83d Bt.. New York. PfIACTtCAI/ mVo. CO., Newark, N. J. WANTED. Female Btenc(tr«pher. nble to In-crt-nfc lirr Incnrop I'r mine n machine 20 tn 40 T<r com. spprdler thnn tlio rr»t. find en ncCount of ii|>-to-<lntp frntiirod must turn out brtlcr work with Ipm mcntnl nnd jilij-Plonl fffort. AMrra* OUVKH HTANDAIID VI6I ni.i: WIUTKH, Illcliinnnd S I TUA fib N s" W A N T E D— F E MALE. WANTED, By a Young W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

LAWN FETE AT DEEP RUN Varied Programme MarKs the Club's Annual Meet. SOCIAL FEATURE PROMIN'T Ideal Weather Brought Out a Fine Crowd to Enjoy the Outdoor Sport. ■Trap Shooting, Jumping, a Supper and Dancing, Ideal wenther, a largo attendance of .representative people, immunity from accident!! of tiny sort, good r«c'« and fine Jumping, nnd f.ually n delightful cupper on the lawn, followed by «. dance on the award, combined to mnke the annual moot and festival of the Deep nun Hunt Club yesterday ona of the most eucceimful ever heM. From one In the afternoon until aftor 10 In the ovenlnsf, tho members of tha club and their guests «njov nl tha varied programme and the luxury of tho club house and irroundv The heat of the city was easily forgotten when otic drove out to the club house over beautiful roads bohind spirited homes, nn'i there reveled In tho brick breeze that dallied with tho club fla«T. and with the rennano and miniature flags with which the sUff and the house and grounds wer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

12 GYPSY BAND ON THE MOVE The Harrlson-Hoalder Gang of Nomads Coming. CHIEF OVER A HUNDRED The Democratic Executive Committee of Warwick County Meet Monday. Matters Are Much More Harmonious than Usual. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) OKKTOWN, VA., May 23.— One of tho lai-KCft, If not tho greatest, gypsy bands In the country has bcon quartered Just above Iho town during tho week, iiavtnsf wintered In Portsmouth, tho llani-Fon-Hoalder paiiß of modern nwnnds has bosun its Northern and Western Jttur, ■Which extends up Iho Peninsula, tnrougn t?hlro Enpli^nni'i ii, is wicj. i h i eorccry and horse trading. 'J he old man claims to bo W years old. having boon Jioru In 1707. The band numbers twentyJlve or thirty persons nnd thlrty-flvo or forty horses, with a dozen or more conveyances, en train. Some of their wagons tvero specially constructed vehicles, mado for their purpose, and cost between WJO '•WARWICK POLITICS. Tho Democratic Executive Commllteo of Warwick county moots Monday, court d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THE TIMER, FOUNDED JR** I ■\S7HfST F NIIMRFR t (t 743. THE DISPATCH. FOUNDED ISSO I wnuLCl INUmDIIK, Jft/Z** hat McDougall Saw and Heard in the Woods O. \y /tSSSggftgj^. /**** > dpi^ I C. BicrnvioKD, va m sunbay, may 21, 1903. d A if „| THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

/ AFORiNKiiil WITH ENtMi How Sheridan Appeared to a Confederate Soldier. BATTLE OF NEW MARKET A Tarheel at Fori Sumter— He Heard the Bellowing of the First Guns of Dreadful War. (From the Battletown News, Berryvllle, Va.) Dear New. 0 ,— During the w.ir between thn Stages— ISGI-1565— my father lived on the farm now owned and occupied by Mr. Ben Foley, about throe miles duo north from Berryville. Living there back from any of the public highways, along which the contending armies often passed, wo had been disturbed comparatively l^ttlo by the Yanks (excepting the taking by hsd turned oui to die), lmtll the-fall of And early In that fall of IRtil there wo were in fancied security, listening to the rattling. of the musketry, the singing of tho cannon ball, the bursting of the "buinshells" and tho yelling of tho soldiers In Mine we saw 11 Confederate skirmish lino, I •.Man thY tt/hco that divides the John Locko land from Mr. Ben Foliy's. 1 Tliut portion ol the farm southwost of tinliquse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

C HOW THE MANN LAW WORKS IN TIDEWATER Norfolk City Tight as a Drum on Sundays. PROHIBITION iN PLACES Number of Saloons Greatly Decreased. Possible Results of the Temperance Wave — Judge Mann May Bo • Named for Governorship. (Spprlnl to The 'rime«-l)l*!>i:tf-h.) NORFOLK, -VA.. SU,y ZS.-Norfolk Is a clone shut town when It comes to Ih* ninttor of getting liquor on Sunday. Tho Jlnnn ll(|iior law has made It such. Mayor Rlddlck, who went Into olllcn a year ru;o ns the good government party's candidate, was not able to prevent the nalo nf liquor on the Lord's dny, though there was nvcry effort made by ills Honor to have lilh policemen put an end to 81l such isolations, Norfolk's reputation UK a wide open town continued, anO Whiskey could be obtained on Sundays by anybody who wished. But not bo at present. I have heard »nly one of tho many questioned on tho pubject nay thnt it Is now possible to «et liquor on Sunday. Ho told me of 3 pchome, Inaugurated by a wiloon-keoper, •wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

EMPEROR AND POPE The Interview Between Them Bearing Fruit. PRESIDENT LOUBET'S VISIT Said That He Has Been Told He Can Not be Granted an Audience so He Will Not Ask it. Ey MALCOLM CLARK, (Pppolnl to Tim Tlim's-Wspntcli.) liHRLINi May 33.— 1n these dnysi when Germany nnd Its kftlanr Reetn to ho lost In the e'lnifnc <if tho International cards, lomparntlvoly small Uiliiks whloh appear In tln> emperor's advantage nnsumc large importance. Tims the cordial Interview feet-ween tlip kaiser nnd the I'npp ffttmß genuine significance in view nt the un-florst.-imlhiK that the projected visit of thr> President of Franco t" Hmnc nrxt Tnll will be fruitless so fir as .in audience with l^o XIII. is concernod. Tho president Ins been privately Informed of the Pnpnl decision In the hope tlmt: he will not as«k for nn Interview, but It Is feared timt M. Combos will u«c his Influence to Insist on n mooting In tho liopo of a refusnl justifying the suppression of the French...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

M Centennial of Emerson's (Spoclnl r-orrfpomlrnco to Tho Tlmos/ulspntch.) BOSTON, »y fi3< !rm~Th!s city, tho Wrthplace o/ Ilalph Waldo Emerson; Jlnrvnrd IJn/er«lty, his nlma mnter; nnd old foncorff the home of his, mature ye-rtrs, are J 1" a state of Inlellcctunl excitement i/h morning over tlio much heralded 1/nerson centenary which Is to bo formniy opened to-day by the laying of the confrptono of Bmerson Hall, In Cnnibrldg/ destined to be tbo home of the depnifmenls of philosophy nnd education InlHnrvnrd University. The sum of tI.W.OT, ns announced In dispatches, was eofrploled s'vrnil days ago, nnd though lie building will still be greatly Improve/ for Its purposes « If an additional (to,™ enn bo mli-ed; the work on it Is tohegln very shortly. The building will Btfhd between Sevtr Hnll nnd Qulncy Strrtit, opposite tho new Architectural Bulldlrlr. Professor Bialer's houso will be mbwd along lownn's President Ellofs In mnLe room for It. STATUE OF .SMERRON. WHMn tho hnll ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

» PLANS OF TIMES-DISPATCH CONTRIBUTOBS* CLUB Its Motto: "Nothing Succeeds Like Success." Though May has stolen somo days from August, and May day suns havo wrought midsummer mndness In tho mind? or those who havo objected to tho hot wave, the mental eiiorgiefe of tho boys and girls havo not been paralyzed by such caprlClotisness on the part of (he weather clerk during the last week, for tlir- cilltnr of the Children's Pngo Is confronted by a neat little pile of manuscripts representing original work from many children, who wili hereafter bo known as the charter members of The Tlmos-Dlspatch Contributors' Club, or those whoso applications for club membership have been properly Bled. For tho information of future club membna it seems well to Ptato that original Btorlos poems, conundrums, enigmas and piii.7.lps are In the Hues of club publication. Selections that aro not stale or hackheyed, and thnt nre correctly accredited, Jtriil bo considered. All applications should bo mailed so BS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

c HOW THE GERMAN CITIES LEND MONEY AT LOW RATES. (Special Corrcspnndonco of Tho TlmcaWspatch.) LKIPSIO. Mny 4-1 np'-nt this morning In a pawnbrokers chop. It belongs to the city of LolpslK, and Ifloans on/ hundreds of thounan<l» of dollars a yonr. Jt has n capital of Ims tlinn .1 hundred thousand tlollnm, but It borrows more from tho City Savings Ilnnk nt threo nml onn-hnlf por cent. Interest nnd chargM about elfsht per cent, to flu onslomprg who bring nit Hncurlty wntchea, clocks, furniture, old clothon anil everything i-n-drr tlio nun. I.n.st yenr It made nbout two hundred thousand lonnn, which on Jhe nver/iRn would be more than ono for ►very fnmliy In Lolpslg. In the Loaning Rooms. I spent Rome time, ■watching the pawnbrokers take 1n tho goods nnd blvo out Ibo nionny. The loaning room is larße unil divided In half by counters. On ono lildo are Iho pnwnhroklng clerks, and on the other, nt tho timo of my u-iult, were »brmt 200 mon, women nnd children, each holding n bund...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

8 FROCKS FOR THE GIRL WITH A SHORT VAC A TION. Summer Gowns Must be Selected With Care. JUST THE RIGHT THING She Cannot Carry Many, 13u These Must bo so Assorted aa to Meet Every Need. Homo of the Bost Styles Suggested. T* Ihe girl With a short vacation muft select her summer ■^i i . « Bowris with particular care. .fcagJß, She must consider well their appropriateness and their adaptability. She cannot tnkc iranr gowns with her, nnd thoso sho does imi pack away In her small trunk must bo Just tho right thing for tho rl»jht occasion. In plnnnlng her summer-time wardrobe, fitrango to say. It | R tho buttons that count, If nhe alms to keep pace with tho advance fashions. It Is not that buttons rinrx her frocks appropriate btit that buttonn gtvf. her gnwns the newest finishing tcucl: of style. Hlg buttons nnd llttlo buttons, i.l/ifri buttons nnd ornamental but tone, nre all used, and for poarl butters there Js a perfect craze. They aro used »>ot only In tho conventional way of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

For the Woman who Wants to Know. For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. For the Business Halt Too Busy to Know. American jiffairs. BnYAN'S REPLY TO REORGANIZBRS. Whnt Ifl regarded an Mr. Bryan'B ultl mat um to the pro-Clevelnnd f notion of tho Democratic pnrty was given out to the ptesn Monday In the shape of an open letter from Mr. lirynn'n friend, 11. L. Metnalf, editor of the Omaha WorldHcrnld, In reply to the recent harmony plon mndfl ,by Norman E. Maok In his paper, the Buffalo Times. Mr. Mack was requited In nnswer to Bpeclflc questions tn doflrio what lie meant by hnrmony. The questions nsked show plnlnly that Mr. Mnlcnlf rcgnrdfl differences of opinion about tlio money question ns the chief obntncle to hnrmony. Ho nßks If It would be necoswiry to explicitly enrlnrso the Rolrt standard In order to retain the frlfndßhlp of the Cleveland followers, thiiß "cnnfcsnlnK thnt tho Democm tin phrty wa«' utterly wrong in INHi and 19M." PISNNYPACItBRISM RIDICULED. With every form of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

10 GOSSIP OF METROPOLIS Kaclng of Thoroughbreds Seems to be Prospering. GUNFIRE AND HERMIS Jf Thoy Run Close in the Suburban a Match Between Them is Probable. Miss Liberty Much Neglected. George Goulds Yacht. By JOHN MARTHOL. (Special to Tho Tlmed-Dißpateh.) NEW VOHK, May 23.-Sutnmer treads the heel of Spring and Wall Street men satisfied thai the day of putting out neatly printed certificates Is over and axe de- , U-rmlned to enjoy themselves on sea and Blmre. Hhcliib 1h the gentleman's sport. Never 111 the history of the thoroughbred runner have there been so ninny tracks ground this great city or so many men of fortune Interested In tho fine sport. How tho hearts of tho old timers' would leap . with Joy If they could see tho Brent events like tho Suburban, Brooklyn jiancllcnp, Brighton and Saratoga Stakes run off In the prceenco of some thirty to forty thousand spectators nil cheering Ike men possessed. I refer to those old time worthies, August Bolmont, George nnd Piorre I.orill...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 24 May 1903

A WOMAN'S GALLANT STORY OF WARD OF KING CANUTE The Mannerings— Republics vs. Women — Red-Head Gill— Kaiser's Speeches. Cap'n Simeon's Store. The Water Fowl Family — Wee Macgreegor — A Girl of Ideas. BOOKS AND AUTHORS. Tho Emerson Centenary'— Gen. John B. Gordon's Memoirs. James Branch Caboli's Novelette—Tho Child Housekeeper — Teachers on May SKtyhi 10-morrow, will nee the celebration In the Boston neighborhood nnd Hsowhere of the centenary of the birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson, tho plillonojihor, pool nnd Unitarian religionist oC Concord. Ills career may bo Hummed up In brief an follows: Born In 'Bunton. May '£>. 1803! entered tho Latin School. lSl.'i; moved lo Concord to live hi tlio.'ild. mtt-nsc. 1814; returned to, Boston. ISLTi: entered. Harvard College, AuKiist. 1817; Graduated, 1831: taught In a school for young Indian In Boston. IS2I-24: returned to Carnbrldgo to study divinity, 1«2S: llcrnsrd to preach. October 10, l«:.'tl; ■ went south fur his health, November 23,...

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