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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

B RALEIGH HAD A GAY WEEK Social Circles Interested In a Fashionable Atarrlagc. CARROLL-BARRY NUPTIALS Miss Conklln Carroll Becomes Bride of Mr. John Alexander Barry, of Atlanta—Many Social Ceremonials Preceded the Marriage. (Special to The Tlmeß-Dispntcli.) RALEIGH, N. C, June 6.— lnterest In social circles tho past week has centered in the ceremonials attendant upon '.he marriage of Miss Conklln Carroll, one of Raleigh's best, handsomest and most popular young society women, to Mr. John Alexander Barry; a prominent j-oungr business man of Atlanta. On Tuesday morning ft delightful luncheon. In honor of the wedding party, wus given by Mrs. O. J. Carroll, mother of the bride. There wore present Mr. John L^ftwlch Barry, of Atlanta; Miss Conklln Carroll; Mr. Eugene Barry, of New York; Mr. Robert Barry, of Atlanta; Mrs. Barry, of Atlanta; Mr. King, of Atlanta: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Conklln. of Baltimore; Mrs. J. A. Morris and Miss Morris, of Atlanta. A RECEPTION. This was followed on Tuesda...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

B AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. By J. D. Carnenl & Son, Real Estate Auctioneers. TntJRTEE'B AUCTION BALE OK A A GOOD FRAME DWKLLINO J\ tl H FOUR ROOMS, NO. 806 PRBaTON STREET. By virtue of a certain deed <>l trust flate.i May ti, 1198, nnd rftcordnd In Richmond Chnncery Court clerk s office In I". 13, 163 C, page 61. default haviriß been mH«le In tlirj paymrnt of a riorUon nf thp debt pcciirea thereby, end tiavlng been required by tho beneficiary therein co to do will on MONDAY, JUNK 8, 1003. dt t, o'clock P. M.. on tho prßrniHra, procpat} to snll by public auction the property conveyed therein, viz: All Hint lot of land with hII Improvements thoreon. lying nnd belnß In 010 city of Richmond, Vn., on tho north line of Prnston Streot hetweon Third «nd r»urlh Rtreots, bcjrlnnlnp 07 fent onst of Third Street and frontlnK r>n Preston fltfeol 17 fp.et, and runnlnK back from snld front between parnllfl lines 127 fnet to Kates Strent. TF.nMS— Cnsh Fiiff...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

I<r HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WAVTED. a COOK and boy SERVANT. 14 to 18 rears old; liK"i Smith TUrd Street. WANTED, « COOK, who ll willing to leave the city. Apply Monday at P2fl Hnrk Aretiuc .WANTED, » COOK and horn* OIRL, Apply tm Enst Grace. , WANTED, «- COOK at ence. ..Apply MONDAY MORNING. 112 Pontli Third Street. WANTED, COOK to |?o short distance In cniintry. Apply to No. 10 South Ninth Stroot ______ •WANTED a LADY with some hnowlpiUe of ttook-kpoplnß. AfldrtM, with reference, I. WANTED, a HOUSEKEEPER for • ml ) !J )t bo Jj£ COrYINO LETTERS at home, oo * 2 ; >l rll r .' m n 1 - r ) 'n: WANTED. ,k rell»W« WOMAN to cook and wnnh r-r smnll f«mll.t. Apply. w»i AOTIVE CATHOLIC LADY to^ travel j**^**, 1 ; [.MiV WAKTED, JIS weeklft pp^,? nl,fn I ,f" t I ; o " l i. m,i','iT.'l Vi'ihl'iOwl ' "Tinclnl" Htuniped-nddrMod envelop,' Tl'-KKT CO., l.'ll WeM 23.1 St., \<«- York. .. LADIF.eII*2O P»r 1.000. or smaller qu»ntitie». rnlil u-Mklv. fnr copying let tens nt ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

ELECTION IN MANCHESTER Will Not Be Held Until Next Year. ACTION OF LEGISLATURE Councllmen's Term Extended for a Year— Opinions of Judges Ingram and Clopton— Council Committee — Seemea Street. Manchester Bureau Times - Dispatch, \ No. 1102 Hull Street. f There will bo no election in Manchcslor for municipal honorß this year. Thla notlco was issued lust night by the JSlecloral Board, at the suggestion and upon the odvlco of Judgo Ingrnm, of the Corporation Court, and City Attorney Clopton. The board met at the Instance of tho Ju<lko and the City Attorney, and was railed bocauso thoso two gentlemen had Just received that portion of thij published Ada of tho Assembly containing the lnw licrtiiliiliiK to tho subject. After a careful consideration of tha lame Judges Ingrain ami Clopton reached the conclusion that undor the law an tlcctlon for Councllmen ftl this time would )>«? useless. Therefore, a mooting of tho Klcctoral Board was called. Thoso preannt wore Messrs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

12 TEN DOGS TO ONE PORKER Alarming Condition as to Meat In Southslde Counties. WILLING TO PAY THE TAX Carrier Pigeon Shot by a Boy Who Did Not Know the Character of the Bird. Good Sfand of Tobacco Secured. (SPN-lal to The Timm-DUpstch.) MEHERRIN, VA., June 6.— For Kevernl -weeke past the county ofllcors, both In J.unenburg and Prince Edward, have been busy taking property lists. In Leigh Dlsirlct. Prince Edward county, the property lister reported that thorn was within the "bounds of this district ten doge to every Jiog. These llgurea seem alarming, when It in taken Into consideration the cla.ss of farmers that resida In this district, said a well known farmer a few days ago. and Jt seems to the average man very remnrkpblf that at some farmhouses there can be found five dogs and one little house pig. It has always been axgued by those who nre In a position to know that It takes Just as much to keep v dog In good condition afi It docs a hog. and It Is estimated *>y the pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE T i"VATCir. poiHKmiK I WHOLE NUMBER, 16.261. GREEN FIELDS OF VIRGINIA Elegant Hotels, Charmingly Situated Affording Magnificent Views on All Sides; picturesque Drives Through Wildwood and Forest. THE LNTERMONT, COYINGTON, YA. ThJf hotel lix ffttuated at Covinptun, Va., in tho hnnrt of the AlJeKhnny Mountains, 1.4 M feet above tlio »a level, on the line of tho Cheyapeakc and Ohio rMllroad, amid scenes of wondrous beauty, In tho famed spring rc-plon of tho Virginia?. There, nre fourteen hundred feet of toroad verandas overlooking a beautiful TTEE ALLEGHANT, GOSHEN, YA. High up In the Alleghnny Mountains, J.Sm'O feet above sea level, on the main I'nc of the Chesapeake .md Ohio Railway, rlt»atf:d on a commanding elevation; affording magnificent views on every side, tinnrlH the Allegheny, one of the moat complete Hummer hotels In the Virginia mountains. The lobby, dining-room, drawing-rooms THE MECKLENBURG, CHASE CITY, YA. There In no mnro delightful or healthful fact...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

r A REUNION OF THE GRAYS Their Anniversary at West Point on July 12th. THEIR SPLENDID RECORD |n War and in Peace They H.ive Always Been Foremost— Sketch of tho Company's Present Officers. The niciimond Grays. In mllltnry ptrlanec known a,s Company A, Seventieth Regiment Infantry, Virginia Volunteers, who will celebrate their rtfty-nmth nnnl-V-ersary i" West Point on Friday, June 12, IPO?. Is one of the oldest military or-pivni-.-itinas in Virginia and its history In war and In pence has N;en one that has Justly made many hundred men proud of having 1 hp*n In Kp ranks, f<->r It j has always \<p?n n body whose quirk and | ch*f>rfui ronponen \-> th» call of duly on pv<*ry occasion lins won t.li" admiration nnd respect of those who nro familiar with Its soldiery bearing nnd notable ficM6vemenls. it wns on .Innuary en, 1*44, nt military hall, on the site of which nn-w stands tho ' j'lrst Market, Hint tli" martial flwld j j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

M BUSY DAYS AT BLACKSTONE Commencements This Week Are the Fashion. PRIMARY OR CONVENTION The Democrats of Notloway Are Divided as to How to Nominate Candidates—The Work of Rebuilding Being Rapidly Pushed, (.Special to Th<» Timon-nispatch.l BLACKBTONIfI, VA., June li.—Tliiß hna Jjeen a week of commencements with the people of thia place and section, n« lie-j twten tho mate schools and the female BOhOOls every one Iwta lx;en kept cunHtuntly on tho go with only two days ln(tervonlng to csitcli a broathing «p<.'il, and It Is not over yet. The ninth annual commencement exbtclwm or Hogo Acftdemy begun with tho Ing and clOHod with tlie of dison Tuesdiiy, giving throe daya full of Inlortait lo the Btudonta, patrono and friends vi Unit school, iiACCA LAUREATE BBKMON. Tho o|i'nfng Dxercfscs wero begun In the new Preßhytorlaii Church on Sunday morning with the commencement itermon hv H<:\. Dr. Lttlrd, of Danvlllo. Jlu nls« in the munlo hall on Monday night at B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch PiiMisnM Dnilr nnd'WpeMy nt No. 4 North Tenth Street, Kichmnnd, Vft. Etrtortnl Jnmmry 27, IPO3, nt niohmnnd, Vn., as SecondClnss Mat (or, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH in sold nt 2 rents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is soW nt fi cp.nls n ropy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil— fiO cents a month; 95.00 n year. $2.(50 for rJx ninnilis; $1.80 for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnU f2.no a yr:ir. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, ineliiilitip .Suml.iy. in Richmond nnd MnnChester, by Cnrrier, 12 cents per week, or CO cm's per month. Tha SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 ocnfs per we«k. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fi.oo ycnr. All T?nsi£7ied Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications -will nnt bo returned unlr.sq accompniiied by statnp9, Uptown Office, at T. A. Millor's, No. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, JtTNB 7, 1903, ■From Juno Ist the price of The Tlmesrifapntch, delivered, by carrier within tho obrpomt© limits^ o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

r A TTTTTTT TTTTTTTiT. „,....- industrial. PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE STRIKE. By Tuesday more than 90.000 workers In the 500 textile mills of Philadelphia had lolned tho. strike which bi /in the latter hart of last week In favor of a ilfty-flvo-hour week and a tr-n per cont. Increase of »vagoß for three clashes of labor. Ino present working achndule Is sixty hours L week. Tha contention of the manufne(urerfl in opposing this demnnd was that they could not compete with New England and tho South. The union leaders replied that Mils argument hnd little npplfimllon, because most of the workers 5v0.r0 on the pleco plan nnd wore willing to take proportionately less wages, they Mao Bay that In thf> carpet and upholstery trades there Is little outsldn competition, riiev explained that wage lncroVcs ot tno fast three years were partial restorations Df rdeuctlons In 1893, and that the pr-s.mt Average Ih less than Jl a day. A few or the mills granted tho demand!! of t-n« pnlon. Both thn w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

B The month erf June Ims arrived and the roses have come in Its wake. Juno, bj- preference of brldea, has long held Important rank In the social calendar. It" praise hns been sung by the yoets, Burns declaring! "0, my luve's like a red, red rose Tli.if's newly sprung In June." And James Russell Lowell being the author of tha now fnmtms linen ! "What l:i bo rare as a day in June? Then. If over come perfect days; Then Hteswon tries the earth If it bo in tatW/G, And over It softly her warm «ir lays." Juno marks the dPillfjbtful Intermediate link in Richmond liotweon spring and summer. Tho rush of the season Is past and gone, but tho pleasant aftermath of worldliißs, ]awn parties, country club roceptlons nnd luncheons furnJuhos a round of enjoyment for the ratlonally-mlnded contingent, who continue to enjoy June In tb« city. Tho roso is essentially tho flower of the. month us It has always been tin flower of poetry, passion and romance. In wlflenco Kathanlel P. AVlllls writes, quaintly:...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

ffl SOCIAL NOTES OF NORFOLK [How the Society People Aro Amusing Themselves There j LUNCHEONS AND TEAS Occasionally There Is a Reception and Two or Three House Partial Are Reported— Comings and Goings of Well-Known People. (Special to The Tlmea-Dlnpatoh.) tiOKFOLJZ, VA., Juno 6.- Mrs. Harry Rica whs liOßteas at luncheon TuMliy at her homo, In Ghent, complimentary to MJbs Jlary Bell White. The table wu« decorated with white sweet peaa and covers were laid for eight, lira. Rlce'e irue»ts were Mr*. J. Lelghton Hubard, Mm. Burruss Corprow, Miss White, .Mien Marlun Wilkinson. Mies Ella King, lllit JJellio Tucker bii<l Atlas Huby Reid. The citizen*) of the Old North BUte •will bo pleased to learn that their reprenontjitlveß at the United Confederate! Veterans, In New Orleann, were so roynlly entertiilned. They -were the guests of honor nt auveral private luncheons' and dinners. Among them wan a lunclioon givon by Mr. Preston at the Pickwick Club. Hlb gruenti were Mlbh Addle JGur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

8 W't most In favor. While from timn to time the rlassirftl drama hna Its vogue, and musically tha mend of appreciation go<?a out from prnnd opera to thnt most common fcnlvirea of the nmusemcnt offering's of the moment— musical comedy. In conducting a stock company season It Is. or should be, the object of the manager to appeal to every kind of taste by presenting every kind of piny, with, of course, certain restrictions. The audiences that attend the performances Riven by a stock compmiv would doubtless soon tire of any ono form of entertainment If offered contluouslv during the season. To provide a different dramatic bill of fare Is probably tho thine: that requires more thought thnn any other ono thing connected with tho ooeratlon of a stock company. A novelty is always sure of a hearing, and while It Is not possible In dramatic affairs, particularly with a stock company, to secure absolute novelties unless In very exceptional Instances still, tho stock company manager...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

■X Have Made Fortunes in Logging and Lumber Business. REMARKABLE QUINTETTE Employ Hundreds of Men in Three States and Run One of the Largest Plants of the Kind In the World. (BpeclM to The Tlti»ii-niitpatcb.) FRANKLJN, SOUTHAMI'TON CO., ■VA-, Juno 6.— "Tho CampH and tlio rest lit mankind." That la the way tho pcoplu lit thla end of Virginia and North Cain-. Slna nji.-;ik of the family of flva brothers! who operate a number of, lumber mills In tills section. The family ha* grown In linportonco In the last tv/enty yearn by reason of th« extension of riparAtlona In 1 IHe pi no woods of Virginia und Carolina, Amlll the namo Is a household word, und the Cump Manufacturing Company la as well known as tho nttmen of couutlea, towns and rivers. 1 w»nt to Franklin to »«« the great parent plant of tho Camps, to witness this Clgutltla operations In lumber which uro furnishing employment to so many-. men In mills, on steamboats, on rallro;*tU, In lumber cnmp.v I had not thought to, itudy tho cam...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

10 SHOCKOE'S BIG EVENT Grand Officers to Bo Present Tuesday Evening. BANQUET TO BE SERVED Pretty Inititory Rite Will Be Gone Through With— One of the Most Interesting Occasions in Many Months. Who has not heard of "Shockoe, No. RTp?" Her 1111 1110 Is not only a household word throughput the broad domain of Aicanumlsm, Init this progressive Counrll is well known to the general public by Its great activity, Its constantly increasing roll of members, good nnd true, and by the ever-present wonder It exclics ns to "wlint It will do next!" The M.iBonlc Temple Is getting to be t°o small by comparison with the <lnlly Increasing roster, nnd n committee ls now linrd nt work prosecuting n vigorous quest for more commodious qiifirtors, nnd yet such us will be In keeping with the dignity of EVKNT TUESDAY NIGHT. At n. largely attended regular meeting' last night nrrnngoments wero mnde for nn event next Tuesday night, at a special meeting-, which probably Is without parallel In tho hist...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

r A BANKS IN BAD CONDITION The Statement This Week Was Not Encouraging. THE LOAN CONTRACTION Considerably Reduced Reserve Require-ments--Large Loss in Cash Attributed to Withdrawals by Trust Companies. fHy Ar-Kotlatotl Pr*P!O NBW YORK. June B.— To-flay'n mnrkot •was free from liquidation of tho clw-ruc-iPr of tint In ovldnuco tlurlntr tho wpbk purl llto op'-mtlons worn largely profe»ftlfm.Tl. Ah hloclc market loans ninno on B'rlilMv (any ovm- until Mnti'lav, tlio money condition caused "" Bf.tual pier.•uro durlnK tho BHtunJay hpjjsloii ttna nnerntlons Uawl upon It »ro Hlmply antnilmnnL | ?"<!ifns.' r 7i)Bt"fi(i ; of a dccrenjio of not lore than M.000.00G, ns wn» anticipated tho wnk» phowod a <lecllno In cash rcßotircx of t5,4*3,700. As tho lar«ost part of tho gol'l tor export was liol wllliiirawi) until the mlcldlo of the %\-er-k. It h cstlrnateil that It dIU not flKuro for ItH full oftect tinrin tha weekly averpßos, so thnt tho eonOltk'iirt of the banks Is bel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

12 »■«■—— ...ii i „ i. ii. ..in , i. .in.. „■ i .■■.i.-ijhi.i i i . i"".. .*. * - . . i ... '■'■ ii ' ' "■*•"■" ' ' "■ «»limmi ill him mi n I The Second Floor Sale of Me Garments. See what the newest and prettiest garments can be sold for when time yields to the necessity of sales with iarge manufacturers." In every corner of the floor are the handsomest and newest things for less than the cost of materials. The Etoiin Underwear Sale Has Ripened Info a GycSone. The sale includes ■ thousands of the newest and prettiest garments. The price chances are for just about one-half their customary values. Lace Trimmed Underskirts. SB dozen, that cost SI .08 to $2.25. for $1.25. Underskirts, trimmed in lace or embroidery, cost usually 51 60 to $1.88, for" 08c. Skirtß. that cannot be equalled under $3.50, for $1.03. 7i)c. for Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Underskirts, onst usually $1.00 and $1.25. Qowrns for 50c. a lot that cost usually 75 nnd 88c. 98a. for the finest lot of Gowns ever shown at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION THE TJMTZB, FOUNDED im I "VT/HOT F NUMRFR i 6 255 THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1850 ' WnULli INUi'IDCn, JO,Z3D» "Old junk nothin'l Jus' de materials fer a magnificent speckerlationl' "Now, ladies and gents, dis is de world-famed" talfcin* machine! (1 Youse kids call off yer dorgf- I wonder wot's dc matter wit' Ikey?" "Dis wuz a charity enterprise, boss— didn't know we needed a licens< RICHMOND, VA.. SUNDAY. JUNE 7. 1903. "All ready fer bizness. Now nail me in, quick — somebody's comin'l" " Ghuck yer money right in de horn ! Only a nickel fer a song and yer iorchune I " "Kill dat farmer mug:, Bill ! He's t'rewed a nickel down m& t'roat! " "Rshaw! We won't git ter de seashore dis summer Ikey!" THREE SECTIONS PEICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

2 THE SAILOR'S CREEK FIGHT Description of Last Big Battle in Virginia. MARINES' SPLENDID WORK Mississippians and Others in Desperate Hand to Hand Conflict— Fought on Empty Stomachs — Instances and Reminiscences of War. (Written for The Tlmea-Dispatcli.) .In your Confederate columns of May Mh I note the reply to an Inquiry about the Sailor's Creek engagement on April 6, l s tis. That was r.ot an affair of magnitude, as battles wera then rated, but It fvas mom sanguinary than is implied in. the sketch given. The attackins force \ncluded two divisions of. tho Sixth Corps, with tho two of the Second, to which, jilone, you rfifor. Ouster's Cavalry Division, besides, took part In the destruction pi' the Confederate rear-guard, composed of Kershaw's and Custls Lee's Divisions, less then 3,000 men in line, under Ewell. Because it was overshadowed by the quickly following, crowning tragedy at Appomattox, Sa.Uor's Creek has had a smaller place In history than is dua what ■Is recorded afl the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 7 June 1903

B RUSSIA AS A FIELD FOR THE COMMERCIAL INVASION. (Spficlal Correspondence of the TlmesDlspatch.) ST. PETERSBURG, May 4.— 1 have come from Berlin to St. Petersburg as an advance scout of the American Invasion. ] went across North Germany to Stettin, on the Oder, and there got a German Bteamer, which took me over the Baltic 10 Kronstarlt and landed me in St. Petersburg, The trip cost $Ifi and lasted three days. Our ship was so heavily laden with Gtrmnn goods for Russia that we could not move about upon the deck, and the cabins were so filled wllh commercial drummers that we had to sleep three In 11 room. Everything ahout the Bleamer was Gorrrnn. The beds' were tno short, and the bedding was Shorter. It Is cold on the Baltic at this tlm« of the year, and the /at feather tick, which wns my only coving, reached hut lo my chest. When I covered my neck I had an attack of cold feet, and If I saved my feel I was In danpei or bronchitis. Tlio foo.l wns German. Wo hail coffee and bread and but...

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