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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 April 1921

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 258. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921 Subscription $1.50 Per Tear SMALL BOY DIED WHEN STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE SAT. AUTO SHOW OPENED MONDAY AFTERNOON AT 2 PRESBYTERIANS TO GATHER HERE FOR TWO DAYS AMERICAN LEGION BURIED WAR HERO KILLED OVERSEAS TWO MARRIAGES ARE ANNOUNCED MONDAY MORNING MISS MERGER WAS SELECTED BALLPLAYERS ARE REPORTING TO START PLAY CARNIVAL QUEEN Boy .was Enroute Home -When the' Accident . Happened. FUNERAL WAS HELD MONDAY Coroners Jury Decided that Death Was Unavoidable. : Letter.. Paul Ward, five years and 8 month; old son of Mr. and Mrs Altle Ward, 608 North Court, was killed Saturday evening when he was run overby an- automobile in front of his home. v The little boy with a coaster wagon accompanied by his mother left the jrtore of bis father about 7:30 p. m. Saturday for their home. The little boy started to run across the street with his wagon. He ran out from behind, one moving car going north ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 April 1921

v s . ;, j. ........ THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TttESUAY, APfttt 19, 1921 PAGR two THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. . Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. t r SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Month $ .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be Btopped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as MARION SEffl-WEEKLYlEADERli&TffitoSrw' ing, solve the problems of this day. In suite of selfish pleas and interests, in spite of the clamor of demagogues, in spite of shall find a way not only to establish a "the big voices given, to little minds, we reasonable equity at home but to play our nonoraoie ana moisnensaDie pan in me affairs of the world. Common cousel will bring Americans together on the com mon ground of mutual interest. High above,the shrieking storm will be heard the still, small voice that- when it is he...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 April 1921

TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921 PAGE THREE THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEAbEfc i Tressle Gist, who is a student at the S. I. N. U. at Carbondale rass- ed thru Mailon Saturday enroute to her home In Goreville to spcn'l the - week end Mrs- Louia Klrby and children went to Gorevllle Saturday to viBit rela tives over the week end Mrs. James Rainey and children of Fordville passed thru Marlon Saturday enroute -to Neilson to visit relatives over the week end. ' Mrs. Charles Thran and daughter Rosttta, Mrs. Ed Singler and ' Miss Mjitle Singler of Pittsburg were .sUoiiping In Marlon Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pariah and children returned Jo their home In Neilson Saturday after spending a few days in Mai 'on at the home of Mrs. ' Parish's mother, Mrs. Cora V'ason. Miss Gladys Smith passed thru Marion Saturday enroute to uer home iu Goreville to spend the week end- She Is a student In the 8. I. N. U. at i sibondale, Mrs. J. R. A1W fit went t Gorevllle Saturday to spend the du v, Un her daughter, Mrs. Lola Go...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 April 1921

TTESDAT, APRIL' iS, -USi ' THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S FIRST ANNUAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW OPENS MONDAY AFTERNOON Eagle Garage is Being with Special Booths and Hundreds of Colored Lights are being Strung Over Large Auditorium Open Afternoon and Night all Week. The first automobile show for Williamson County WV?.:iJZr to open on Monday and from preliminary plans and ad- I ineilicu. imis plans looking to the fuvance reports the EasAe Garage, where the show is to be " f Ausiriu and Germany, nance held, will be the busiest pWin Marion all next week, j ' couU""1J,",e,1 a,iSi8t' Have you ever attended an aulo ulmu.-? Thill- ia nil pvnnairiml if , .. . ... ., . JU u. um. u.i you can get lost among big and lit-; ' tie automobiles of all makes and model; where the score of officials and employes are polite and glad to show vou around; where the! decorations both on your level and over your head makes you think there ia a wedding to be pulled off? If you haven't you have sur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 April 1921

k r? Leader &EKLY MAI THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 260. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1021 Subscription $1.50 Per Tear MARION'S AUTO SHOW CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT BOYS, LOOK AT HIM I ' 1 Visitors ' arid Exhibitors . Pleased with Display ' 'y- : " v At Show, i : ;, CLOSING NIGHT IS THE MARDI GRAS Show Will be Made a Permanent "Feature For Auto Trade. - The Williamson County Auto Show cloises a successful week With the Saturday night session. The building ,' nave been filled .to their limit with exhibits and the attendance has been good thru the entire week. 1 The Ma- '. rion show, was the' first of the kind ever attempted in Egypt and its success has been such that Jackson and Perry - counties : have valready ".contracted tq pu on similar exposi tions. The one .at Murphysboro is to open on May 2, while the one at Du Quoin will cometwo weeks later. Both will be under . the management of the Wilkinson Expositions which has directed the Marl...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 April 1921

PAGE TWO TTR SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, APRIt 26, 21 .MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAIr.KY, Kditor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year .75 .... 1.50 All subscriptions puyaMo In advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered ut t lie post, second class nmil nmtfer. office at Marion, Illinois, as IL ' Monument for Soldier! Graves. The eovernment has for manv vears nvo vided monuments to be placed above the graves of those who served in the civil war and others in which our soldiers have taken part. It is now announced that they will provide them to go above the last resting places of the heroes of the world war. Headstones, of a design suggested by the fine arts commission, are to be provided for the unmarked graves of all who served in the army, navy or marine corps of the United States. These stories are to be furnished...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 April 1921

TH2 r :i-WESKLY UEAD521 PAGE THREE . ., . mi IT DUAni) illDORSES WORK OF BOB MEDILL Joard of Supervisors before Adjournment Approved His Record FAVOR HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS JOB Petition for bridge in Creal Springs Township Referred for Action.' - The Williamson County : Board of Supervisors before their adjournment on Wednesday afternoon passed a resolution endorsing the work ot Robert Medill and Martin Bolt as di- , rector and assistant director of mines and minerals for the state of Illinois. The resolution was as follows: ' ' ' Whereas, Robert Medlll, the present Director of Mines- -and Minerals has with efficiency performed his duties as Director of Mines and Minerals in a manner that has met with the approval of the men who are employed in the mining industry as ' well as those who own the nines, 'thereby lessening the bazardousness of the , ' industry, and Whereas, we feel that It is largely thtru his direction and that of his asaiaUfat, Martin Bolt, that the loss of life and p...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 April 1921

.... . . . -a. m ? fa A fire TTnTTR - 11 "" . All ii im tiff-TP!?""! nn SSMI.WEEKLY LEADER DR. GUfiN MAY BE SECRETARY OF ASSOCIATION Over a Third of the Territory was Represented at Meeting. WILL INCORPORATE THE ORGANIZATION flood ReDiesentation from Williamson County Attended Session. , The Southprn Illinois Development association met on . Thursday At the home of the association in Carbon- dale and it was the unanimous decision of those present that the work must be continued. The meeting was for the purpose of deciding upon the further existence of the organization, the purpose of which Is to boost the development of Egypt. The death of Secretary J. P. Gilbert during the organization work left a vacant place in Uie work and the question of continuance was brot up first and everyone favored Increased activity. ' ' ' . Several names for the new secretary were proposed and all were re ferred to a commute composed of President F. Kohl, Centralia, of the organization and J. E. Mitchel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 April 1921

7C3 ADER 7 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol.. 46 No. 261. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921 Subscription J1.5P Per Year WEEKLY tadi bad COMMITTEES FOR HUSTLERS APPOINTED Everyone in Marion Invited . and Expected to Help ' Work. SOME COMMITTEES , ALREADY AT WORK PRINCE GEORGE General Executive Commit tee to Have Charge of Everything. ; The plans for the entertainment of 'he Egyptian Hustlers on June 9, 10, and 11 are being pushed rapidly now and everyone in Marion is expected to help, make this a gala occasion. ' ., Several committees have been an , poimea ana some are already at work. Other committees are lo be appointed and everyone who can and Will help Is requested to let the com mittee chairmen know their names - The plans, will - be handled thru a single executive committee, which .. will consist of the chairmen or pres ldents of the various organizations of the city. 'L. A. Colp is chairman of this committee. The other committees are as follows: Danpe ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 April 1921

V. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, APRIL 59, 1821 I'Af.KTYVO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THg REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers, 14)3 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISI.KY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ .75 Per Year 1-50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as second class mail matter. tp'-l?"1'.- You can't "take ' it easy." Nothing worth while is ever taken that way. An honest man mav not need advertis Ing, but it won't hurt him any if his friends advertise him. - So long as dancing is the most important thing in a girls hie, she -is not m much danger of overworking in any other way. You may always be look for things and never finding them, but did you ever try looking for trouble? A Serious Condition. If it were true that civilization is in such a state that only the United States can save it, then it has ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 April 1921

raipA, April a, im THE SgKlfcMEKtY ilADEft PAGE THREE ,, - i .... . . -.. ' - 'cf "7 L ,??:""?.T, , 7V - , ii r, ,Am - 1 1 ' 1 1 returned Monday night from Louis. a business trip to St. The Edwards brothers were from Pittsburg on Tuesday. in Mrs. Rolls Kelley and son Ebert Lee, went to Goreville Tuesday to visit for a week wth relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Miltord who have been visiting for a few days at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Colp, returned to their home in Olive Branch Tuesday. ' Mrs. Walter Lannom and daugh ters, Virginia and Beulah, went to Goreville Tuesday to spend the day with Mrs. Lannom'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mailer.' Mrs. W. P. Moeller returned to her home in Goreville Tuesday after vis ltlng in Marlon at the home of her son. Ed Moeller, of South Court street for a few days. -. John Henry Sage ot Chicago la vis iting tor a few days With John Pulley and family. Mrs. J. R. Pulley and sons, Rob ert Lee and Maurice, returned Saturday evening from an extended visit...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 April 1921

THE SF.M1.WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR : i . ; - . - rV?l , V i x ! M These Prices are Positively Good FOR ONE DAY ONLY DOLLAR DAY SALE-A One-Day Sale for all the Thrifty 1 i 1 11 -PmAVM i . ... A1 T,ifYir,v fmtn nnr flRt QOUar uay aim num SATURDAY-A day of saving that ml set a new well as the biggest of all the preparations we have made, we expect that it will be the bigges . day "emonm a.. w ' DOLLAR ly Saturday morning. 51.00 1.00 3 Pair Women's Mercerized Lisle Hose for 10 yards Curtain Scrim, 36 inches wide in Ecme, white and cream, for 18x36 inch Turkish Bath Towel, 4 for 5 Pillow Cases, sixe 24x36 inches made of $1 Aft good quality tubing, for : I lUU Children's Gingham Dresses sizes 6 to 14.. .Made of good quality $1 flfl Gingham in plaids and Strifes... liUU Children's Black Hose Size 5 1-2 to.9, 7 pair for 10 Yards Cambric Embroidery, 3 to 10 in. wide, regular 25c value for. Extra Special! 12 yards cotton Toweling For 6 yards Percale, 36 in. wide Blue, Gray, Elack and White 6 Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 May 1921

tf'ttuM27- HEADER . - iivri i w fB HOME PAPER OP MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 6-JNo. 262. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. MAY 3, 1921 Subscription $1.6? Per Year Mi f THREE MILES OF NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM OPENED 'White Way" Was Given Official Test arid Found Satisfactory. WILL SAVE ON ELECTRICITY BILL Home Contractor Com pletes work 60 days after making start. ... , Marlon's new lighting system was tested for tbe first time Friday evening and burned from 7:00 till 10:30 in tbe entire circuit. ; All burned with tbe. exception of the "-'traffic lights on the Bquare. The "White Way" when completed will cost the city approximately $29,' 000 and the lights are extended orer a line of about three miles. - In this circuit there are 101 lights besides the big. traffic lights on the square, which will be burning as soon as the transformer arrives. . The I system covers three blocks on West Main street, to- the C. & ft I. track on West street,' and goes south to Mitchell street. The ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 May 1921

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE. REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. ' . Mill ion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year .$ .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable In advanco. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at- the post office at Marion, second class mail matter. Illinois, as (III How Does It Look To You? Business is better in the coal belt than in any other part of the country. Other places had a bad slump but they will soon come out from it and here we escaped most of it. The conditions were doubt less abravated by the action of the Feder al Reserve Bank, if the testimony of Form er Comntroller of the Currency Jonn bfiei ton Williams is correct. He has told of how action was taken without his knowledge which should have been presented to him fnr armroval. Now this order of things has been changed and as a resul we see marked improved in '...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 May 1921

TUESDAY, MAT 3, 1921 THZ SEMI-WEEKLY HEADER PAGE THREE TELL EGYPT TO RAISE FRUIT AND QUIT POLITICS Editorial Writer in State Journal Talks of our Statesmen. BOWENS CALLS ' - US PESSIMISTIC He Says Towns and Cities are all Modern and ' Well Built. Southern Illinois politics and politicians were discussed in a recent editorial of the Illinois State Journal by A. L. Bowen. The editorial follows: . - - Egypt, I mean Egypt, Illinois, Is a , semblea summer - complaint In its symptoms and outward expression, but it is not confined to the summer season. I Egypt is pessimistic. Chicago exhibits symptoms entirely different. Chicago is grandiose; even in the midst of most profound distress it smiles and laughs. ; ' The general assembly is a good place in which to study the two sections and contemplate the symptoms. ' The Egyptian statesman begins the session and ends it with a wail. ,. . He wails on the floor of the as- , sembly. He walls In committee. He - wails to the newspaper men. He walls...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 May 1921

I , U(WI HWHH mt j-.1' ...... ,., - , t y JUST RECEIVED! I;; K.J Small TrainlLoad of weir and WfflyspKiiighi Gars, mm Overland 4- Roadstei Price Roadster and Touring $990 Delivered Willys Knight Coupe PRICE $3020 DELIVERED The Largest Shipment of Automobiles Ever Made to Marion Consisting of 22 Cars of Different Models VVillys Knigit Touring PRICE $2340 DELIVERED Willys Knight Sedan PRICE $3125 DELIVERED Place Your Order NOW and Take Your Turn of Delivery WUlys Knight Roadster PRICE $2340 DELIVERED verlands are fierei M. Overland -4 Sedan PRICE $1590 DELIVERED ' We can make deliveries from our garage where the Ford people were formerly located. We are also prepared to do your service work at our new location. Overland 4 Coupe PRICE $1535 DELIVERED OFFICE 608 N. MARKET ST. Favelste J.'.-.--.- .J-.--w... ad. n PHONE 650

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 May 1921

.v THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 4-No. J8S.MAIUON, IIXINOIH. VRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921 MARION HIGH WOTJ TRACK MEET WITH BENTON Marion Took , Every First with But two Exceptions on Saturday. SjlERIFF BROT PRISONERS AND' ' STILLS TO JAIL PROSPECTS GOOD FOR EGYPTIAN MEET - Marion Will Take Part in McKendree and State Track Meets Also Despite Heavy Downpour Night Sheriffs "Force Makes Arrest. INCREASE III USE OF til LIBRARY ' OVER LAST YEAR EVIDENCE LOCKED V IN TIGHT CELL The M. T. H. 8. truck team won Its first victory In the first meet of the season Saturday by walking away With 77 points to Beaton's 89 on tne Benton track. ; Out of all track and' field events Benton was only allo-wed two firsts. The winners of tbts places were -Kfc'A Vi - ftiWnpeK Wallace place first in individual points with a total of 23, Including four firsts and, one second. Casey came second with two firsts, two seconds and : one third place for a total of 17 points. Considering the fact that Be...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 May 1921

- ... -'fbidiat, mat , mi THE Zm.KZZZtX 1ADER I FIARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Artificial PepThe Real Stuff. Manv neonle seem half afraid of a'heartv THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER ( Incornoratedl Publishers. 1.. ji.l, rV.;4-,nnt;A nnA ... , ,, iiitiiusiianc, even at iu louiuaotiuc, cum 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois.! ... ... .,. ' i. i u...;i,i..;., W. O. PAISLEY, Editor iV" " w" "V"", " Mvws. oldham paisley, city Editor. world, where so much is dark and sad, it I 1 i.i .'i. :i u..! seems imoieraoie not 10 return a snme SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Sit Months Per Year .,... .75 a smile, a word by a word; not to grasp a ."jkind hand held out, but to put one's hand All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be. behind One's back. luypeu ai expiration ot lime paid to unless renewed. OVER 150 NEW ABOUT EGYPT'S HOMES BUILT IN , 60UNTE0USNESS PAST 4 MONTHS Thn.v. fe tnn lifrl inv in life flnvwav. ftepunw riima muui. v,un- Entered at the post office at Marion. Illinois, u l.n n 1, , J A ntmpt...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 May 1921

L " . - -.i?r TII3 SSr.a-WEKLY LEADER TODAY, MAT 8. 1921 Dil i,' r to I if : Mra. A, D. Furlow returned to ber tome In Hudgens Tuesday after visiting In Marion with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Truman for .1 few days. Mrs. Edgar Meneece went to Nellson Tuesday to - visit" Mrs. Susan Meneece. Mra. E. R. Tldwell and son Roy of Pittsburg bave been visiting at the home of Mrs. Kate Campbell on East College street since Sunday. Boy Browning, secretary to Judge W. W. Duncan, is confined to bis bed at the home of J. A. Sutherland on East College streeet with 1 severe h tack of tonsilltls. W. H. Cheney west to Du Quoin on business Tuesday, n ., George B. Stone returned Monday evening from a short business trip to St. Louis. . Or. Zach Hudson. J. K. Wallace and L. A. Colp, returned Monday evening from a business , trip to St. ' Louis. ' . Mrs. Henry Price and children returned to their home In Perks Tuesday after a few days yislt with, her Puents, Mr, and Mrs.., Scott Cham ness near Carterville. . " t...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 May 1921

T JHBSgMl.WEEKLy LEADER MARION WINS OPENING GAME ON HOME GROUNDS FROM ELDORADO Twelve Hundred Fans Witness Splendid Exh bitidn of National Game with Score of 3 to 0. Twelve hundred spectators gathered at Cagle Park Sunday afternoon to witness the opening of the baseball season on the honfb grounds, when Marlon defeated the fast team from Eldorado by the score of 3 to Twelve hundred fans wended tlioir way' out -or the grounds at the close of the first half of the ninth inning, sounding high praise for the splendid aggregatipn of; artists which had been gathefe together from over the country lo furnish entertainment for lovers of outdoor sport for the season. With such playing as was seen . Sunday, the success of the season Is as sured. Equal praise was shown the fine team coming as visitors, as they are fine ball players and an exceptionally fine bunch of true sportsmen This was the ninth game played by Eldorado, and only the second game lost, Marion taking both victories. - To show ...

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