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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

I yjMiAin ci f 1^111 {iliw%i ? . in tiii: bulk .vr ~ III Ifl' \ff ^ A?JI^M WJ* \W \ Vt^#?Z&R*U' ^ Johnston, Day & Terry Co's. -mm ID- *%*?*,h:"werre $3'50,now J I Tlicy lmve ii FWESII SUl'PLY If # W LOT*"* ""' W*I# 1 i ~jP=$S3 ?on?oC?hateb '-'Mm. 1 Silver Skin aud Yellow Danver On- /v' JollIlStOD. D3V & TRfrV CO ^1 H ion Sets. PHONE NO. 24. ' UJ W 1011J tU* W H '., \_ __ Agents for VT. L. Douglas and imtrlte Shoes VOLUME 44l SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910. NUMBER 50 1 i ^? I RAILROAD BILL PASSES HOUSE Acted Upon Favorably by a Vote of'JOOto 12<1?Section 12 Was Ijost. Washington. May 10. ?The Hans? today passed the Admlnistration railroad bill as amended In committee of the whole as it -4- 4 1... IT,.. t ? uo 1 I i'Ui I.U 11IU I1UUKV" I I (Mil that committee b.v a vote of 200 to 126. Chairman Mann, of the Interstate And Foreign Commerce Committee, endeavored to put lmek into tho bill section 12 in the form in which it was amende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

^HfEDWARD VII. WISE r AND TACTFUL KING Mr Continue*! Frotn IMgo One. letles and outdoor life, which ho maintained until ttie last years of lias life. His vacations were spent in travel1 throughout KurB ope, visiting every capital. V INSTRUCTION IN STATE CRAFT. Bis instruction in statecraft H began as a child. lie was prcV sented to tliei army and navy. H He sat beside his mother, the V Queen, in the House of Lords. A hearing the address cf the two K houses in answer to her mcsr sage announcing the beginning | of hostilities in the | ^fr' ^ no accompanied I ..us parents oil their visit to tho r French court, where his precocious facility in the Gallic speech end his understanding of French history won the hearts of the Parisians. When he became legally heir to the throne, November 9, 1801, the Queen wrote a letter to him announcing his emancipatoln k from parental control. In fulfillment' of a promise made by his parents, the Prince visited Canada. Ho traveled without ostentation and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

r^^^alem Printings Pub M. O. McCLUNG, Be W. W. McCLUNG. a Subscripts Y One Year, ...... Nine Months, > Six Months, I Three Months, .... PHON E - . =r Brazil is alleged to have iron ore enough near the coast to supply the world for centuries, x according to Professor1 Brenner, of Lelaiid Stanford University. Rhode Island has rejected the Income tax amendment proposition. It will "be recalled that .Virginia's last Legislature also rejected this proposition. The income tax is unpopular and the amendment to the constitution authorizing it will have a hard road to travel. Mr. James J. Hill estimates that forty thousand: automobiles will be solid! this year in the United States, which will cost $400,000,000. ( The desire to move quickly has taken possession of our nation. We must move. We musl go from place to plinoe. We must bo on the go, we must have the fastest means of locomotion, irrespective of its cost. Our poople demand it, whether it is best for them or not, time alone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

^ww? W. C. LI). COLUMN orru eks ,sai.i:m w. c. t. it. freshlent.?Mrs. Mliuali Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents. ?Mrs. C. w. Price, Mrs. M.E.. B Horry. Mrs. J. K. Shank, Mrs. H. H Moore, .Mrs. II. T. Souiones. ^fl Kocordlru 8wretary,-Mrj. Q. F. Moyer. H Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. E. Shank. H Treasurer.?Mrs- George 8. Stevens. *iii|icrtuteu?lcntn of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Clias. Gorbitfe. Evangelism sunt Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenehiln, ^B Flower Mission.?Mrs. II. T. Semoties. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. H Work among Soldiers and Sailors -Mrs. G. F. H Moyor. B Sunday 8chool. -Mrs. J. T Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Iraumu roms. Florence Critteuton Homo?Mrs. P.. R. Moore. Social Mooting* and Ued hotter Day.?Miss Mu-rtflc Whitesoll. Press.?M rs. M. U. Day. (Til)" Times-Reoistkk and Sentinel, at their re<|uest, has placed a column at the disposal <>t t lie earnest and faithful wom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

rlHES-REGISTER AND SENTINEL. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. RENTS ttETTINCCHEAPER If you do uot believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. 17 D I JUJ. xii? lUVV/JLVEi Sergeaut's Office, College Aye. | ^ SALEM. VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We arc bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater entirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries jlRj Fruits and Vegetables Every order reeeives prompt and careful attention. TRY US. Bowman & Tyree *orororororo8ioro*iororoiioro | OUR SO DA | IFOUNTAIN I ftf o O serves the coolest and ? V host refkkshing soda, o ? made .from the 1>(trcnt and * * most wholesome materi. <? U AIM. O O x K ??????????? o 2 plenty ok crushed fuuit8 fancy * o drink8toplease bttheiunovelty ? ? our ice cream 19 noted for its o jf smooth rich...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

Declares in "Commoner" He |^Hf Will Not lte Presidential Hf Candidate. HP Lincoln, Neb., M* <>. ? ComP iiicatlug in the . coming is. su? of his Conuui. ..~r on the ChlB cago Tribune's Pre?identla> poll B or Democratic editors, \V. J. BryB an says ho is not a candidate for H President and never again exB pects to bo. Nevertheless Mr. H Bryan expresses his pleasure at tii conipLluient paid hlni by the editors. H-e says: B "While Mr. Bryan appreciates B most highly the somplimeut B paid him by these editors, who express a preference for his rc ! nomination in spite of three defeats, lie regards the vote merely aa an indication that a larger number of editors are still uncertain as to who will be most available?they had not yet decide I on a candidate. As Mr. Bryan is not a candidate and never expects to he a candidate again, he can. without being (misunderstood, commend tho atP titude of those who are awaiting -V developments, lie is in that attitude hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

r~ I HOW THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS EMBALMED THEIR DEAD. In the last} published report <. r til-*? iTintitut Egyptien there is an interesting report by a doctor [ ou the ancient Egyptian methods of embalining. j Dr. G. Eliot Smith has been j working for three years study' lug tlie forty-four mummies preserved in tho anatomical department of the School of MedJclue at Cairo. The^e mummies were found at Der-el-Bahari iu 1891. In spite of many authors, and more conjectures, nobody knows exactly when the ancient practice of embalming began. In prehistoric days, more than 7,000 years ago, the inhabitants of Upper Egypt exposed their dead to a sun-drying process which has preserved them until today. It is suggested that so long ago as the fifth dynasty the pyramid buidlers made U6e of artificial means to resist the natural docav of tlio donri lwiv - ? I but there id no certaLnty as to what they did. Tho Cairo Museum shows, by its unique collection of mummies, that real mummification,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 12 May 1910

^ HIr MORE KNOCKS AT "DRY STATES." H Increase of Arrests, lmt Most ot ^Br Them Are lor Whisky Making. H Washington, May t).? Release of the seal of secrecy from the hearings hekl ia connection with the preparation of the Sundry Civil Rill show that Chairman Tawney drew fix>m Internal I Rewnue Commissioner Royal E. ^B Cabell, of Richmond, the admisH sion that there has been a not able increase in criminal cases S handled by that bureau in "dry" B states as compared with the BT number in such states before they adopted prohibition statV lit; S. B "How do the number of crimR inal cases arising now in the I States where prohibition laws have been enacted compare with the number of cases in those i States prior to the enactment of such prohibition legislation?" ' Mr. Tawney asked. "A very great increase, a notable Increase," replied Mr. Cabell. "Can you glvo us the concrete r increase?" asked Mr. rawney. "Yes," i*eplied Mr. Cabell. "In Georgia hist year there were i 294 illici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

r CAMMED H .aMMBwanM? i ?IN THE BULK AT? Johnston, Day & Terry Go's. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? all kinds, and cau save you money. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, Bi ?Early Rose, Early Ohio, Irish A Cobbler. E, Silver Skin and Yellow Danver On Salem * HcglsfrP (Slonsolibaleb Sentinel 'IHotJembe* 16, 1903 # j % V / . > ti*' SALEM, VI^i^NIA^THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1910. rion Sets. PHONE NO. 24. VOLUME 44. STRIKE OP N. & W. CLERKS About Six Hundred Men Are Called Out by Order of tbo Union. Koanoke, Vn., Ma.v 17.?A general strike of clerks oil tlie Norfolk and Western was ordered today by the Hallway Clerks' Union after a vote, which showt*l per cent, of that class of employes In favor or it. The strike calls out about 000 men. ON CLiNCH VALLEY DIVISION. Tazewell, Va., May 17. ? The railway clerks in the employ of the N. and VV. on the Clinch Valley division quit work at 2 o'clock this afternoon, a general strike having been declared by the Older of Railwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

^jRK5 (Incidents o! Company C, 2Htk Virginia Regiment, l>uring tiie Civil War. Recollections of Incidents of Company C, 1281U Virginia Regiment. commanded by Col. Robert I A. I'reston. Our (regiment remained at Cub Run after the close of the battle or Sunday/ L July Ul, 1801. The next day, f \i,v..a., ? ....... ......i.. .............. 1.1.. lUUIIUU^ , \Y U? UlU\ir IIIVIIUM <IUIU by an iucepant downpour of rain, which flushed the creeks 1 and rivers. After two or three days we woro ordered bark to Mason's hill, where several other regiments had preceded us, to picket the Line from Mason's hill to Fall's Church, with one week's rations, as the enemy had established their lino of pickets from Falls Church at a crossing of the upper Potomac river to Springfield, a station 011 the Orange and Alexander Railroad, where a few weeks previous our regiment had euti down the water tank. Where did all of these soldiers come front? Not from Washington, because we had severa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

rw. C. T. U. COLUMN orriCEUSNAIiKM W. C. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah llobbs Day. Vfee-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. E. Berry. Mrs. J. K. Slmnk, Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. B. T. Seinonos. Recording Secretary,?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. Iuorresponuing socrotary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. Nii|>4?rlnten?lent? or Depart tueutfi. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. Bvangcltsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. 11. T. Semones. Modal Contests.?Mrs. LucyGravoly Stevens. Work among Soldlcs and Sailors -Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. I'enn. Med*cal Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Homo?Mrs. K K.Moore. Social Meetings and Ked Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. H. Da v. [Tiik Timks-Kkoistkii and Skntinki,. at their request, has placed a column at the dls* posal of the earnest and faithful women of the W. U. T. Union, who will have the entire oharKO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

iimesi-gUg FU HLltfH Kl) KVKItY THUttS F - Salem Printings Pue M. G. MoCLUNG, K | W. W. MoCLUNG. ] I Subscripti I One Year, [ Nine Months I Six Mouths, I Three Mouths, .... PHON1 TO THE PUBLIC. The Salem Times-Kegister and Sentinel lias "been1 leased to Mr. W. W. JMcCiung, eoniuienclQg with this issue, who will continue the business in the name of the Salem Printing & Publishing Co. we WISH TO Tiuuitv uur puuuue for their kindness, courtesy and consideration in the past, and request that tlio new management be given the same consideration. SALEM PRINTING &J PUBLISHING, CO., INC. TO THE *PUBLI(-. Having leased the Salem Times-Register and Sentinel, 1 desire to announce to the public that I will continue the publication of the paper, and have associated with me as editor and manager, Mr. F. .11. Walters. The policy of the paper will remain as formerly, and we hope tu niui it urj siuu it? ruuoiut;i auuii which the public has extended the farmer management. W. W....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

K Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED KVBKY THUUSDAY. 1 RENTS ftETTIN^CHEAPER B If you do not believe H this, consult our list of fi desirable property in V all parts of the town. B We are certain to have something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM. VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at our store. We cater eutirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Grnr^rif? Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and careful atteutio i. TRY US. Bowman & Tvree fto?to>to?toato*to?to?losioatoitoa*o?to | OUR SODAf I FOUNTAIN s If o O SERVES TIKE COOLEST AND g K MOST KKFRRMHINO SODA, O O MADE FROM THE PUREST AND * 0 MOST WHOLESOME HATERI- * af ALS. O 1 ===== 5 O PLENTY OF CRU8HF.D FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BYTHKIU NOVELTY ? [ OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O ? SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? ? O ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

^^SNAPSHOTS OF f THE NEW KING Terse Comments of Loudon OorV respondent That 4*Sizes Him m up.? B Englishmen ilko a kinjj who reB fleets their own foibles and fail in^s King Edward was what B every Englishman would like to be, but darent Tho now king is w hut every Englishman pretends I to br but isn't B The new kingi is entirely unI like his father lie is about 04 r inches tall; his shoulders slope; iiis knees aro inclined to knock; he is devoid of animation or brightness; he never takes the crowd like his father did; he excites no interest, and mention of his name is received with deprecatory shrugs He gains no popr ularity because he is reserved, unobtrusive, ineffective, without kany spontaneity of act or idea IlLs face, when listening to the most striking and impassioned spiv:-ties, is perrccti.v expressionless. almost blank Although there is always some one behind him whom ho knows, ho never exchanges a word with anybody He always looks serious except when .playing with his chi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

RECOLLECTIONS OF V AN OLD SOLDIER. Continued From Page Two. tents and prepared fo?r the wln ter, and constructed very heavy B earthworks. Some eight or ton I men were detailed every day 9 from the companies of the sev p eral regiments for work upon I the fortifications. Them being J fievemil regiments at Centerville, I our regiment was not often call en ujkjii io wors upon xne iomfieations. We also picketed the several roads leading towards Washington. vThe main rock road was the most Important, as that was the road the cavalry appeared to enjoy. They had frequent races, driving our cavalry pickets into camp. Early ftu the spring of 18G2 the enemy was reported to have changed their base of operations to the Peninsula, flanked by the James and York river, in-> stead of by way of Manassas. General) George E. Pickett had been assigned to our brigade, the 18th, 10th and 28th "Virginia regiments. We struck tents and marched out upon the main road and rf>mnlnr&am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 19 May 1910

^^HP^^ULLMAN OAR RATES. Hr Why Uailroiuls l)o Not More V Generally HftV0 Own Sleepinn Cars. B George W. Kanavel, chairman or the &t&*tai Board of Railroad Commissioners, believes that it B may be possible to secure a rc tiuctvi Pullman rate for upper |V bcrtius without the necessity of for mail legal proceedings. Mr. Kanavel hail a) conference yesBf t nil ay with Charles Blood Smith A representative for the Pullman company*, tind at the conclusB ion of the conference said: lklt seems iiuite likely that B Kansas may secure a reduction B oT the upper berth Pullman (rates B without expensive litigation on B its part. The representatives of W the company assert that the B strong probability is that the W Pullman company Willi obey the F oitl M- of the Inter-State Com[ merce Commission reducing up\ per berth rates from St. Paul r to Chicago andi St. Paul to Seati tie and that if such is the ulti . nunc* uecision 01 xne company 11 p will accord the reduced rate req...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

r E | Johnston, Day & Terry Go's. -m_ at wholesale*cost?strictly 1 I T1Sa-JS'SS^JS: .> ,.w i w *3^ AAA-tl^ ^ appeal toa"-v I I (Stonsohbaieb ri| I B ' 11 I November itr, 1903# ~u.biiiAwuAi fonbu, 1 ?,rST; ana Yellow Danver On- ~ ^ ^ ^ * Ja&BStOR, DlV ? TOT 0). H H ion Sets. PHONE NO- 24. J 1 |B| Agents foi W. L. Douglas and Biltrlte Shoes fl W 'VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1910. NUMBER 52 ] I GOVERNOR MANN AT COMMENCEMENT An Unusually Good Progran lias Been Prepared lor Collego Finals this Year. The fifty-seventh commence nient of Roanoke College, whlcl begins on Sunday, June llitfc bids fair to prove more Interest ing if possible tiian ever. Th exercises will, as usual, be hel< In the Tabernacle on the Boule vard, and an unusually attrac tive program has been preparec The JOacca laureate serinoi will be delivered at 11.00 a. m by Rev. J. E. Whitteker, D. D., o Lancaster, Pa., who Is pleasant 1; remembered by ([nany Sale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

^wmlobt y memorial speech B Colonel Robert Howard, Aned B War Veteran, Impresses B Lart'o Audlenee. ?. It will bo a long time before I those who heard It will forget the masterful and eloquent address delivered yesterday afternoon at U. E. Lee square by Col. Robert A. Howard, a veteran whose looks are as white as the driven snow, whose voice was weakened only because he had attained to nearly fourscore years of age, and who folded Lovingly and reverently to his bosom the flag that he and his comrades had followed four yefirs through the most disastrous of Internecine wars. The address was pronounced quite the most Linpreeslve that has ever been delivered to a local audience. The exercises yesterday were changed a little from the proposed and announced program The first open intimation that there was in view the celebration of the day was at 3.30 o'clock when a band headed the small band of Confederate veterans from the bivouac to the Government street intersection There the parade w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

W. C. I. II. COLUMP nrriVBKS BALliM W. C. T. V. HW President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vioe-Presidents.?Mrs. C.W. Price, Mrs. M. F Berry. Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs. K. U Moore M rs. B. T. Seiuones. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. G. F. Moyer. ^^Hk Corresponding Secrc' ary.?Mrs. J. E. ShattL Treasuror.?Mrs. Gcorgo 8. Stevens. H NiiperimrinlfutN of Departments. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Hi Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. I H Obcnchaln. H Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoncs. R~ Medal Contests.-Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens B Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. I H M oyer. Hr Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. HE Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. B ttnlnnfIB/. T^mt.aKinnn I ncf rnoHnttc \fla VVIUI1V1IIV 1VIUJ/UIUUVV iiie?v? uv^ivtio A'l 1C Fannie Folks. J? FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. R. Moore Social Meetings and Red Letter Day.?Mis Maggie Whltesoll. H Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. S [The Times-Register and 8rntined. a B their request, has placed 11 column at the dls B posal of the earnest and fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 May 1910

publ1shkd rvrky thdhi W Salem Printings Fui B F. B. Waltrrb, Boitok V Subscript K One Year, ..... B Nine Months, Six Mouths, ..... B Three Months, .... I PHON I FORTY-FOUR YEARS OF SERVIUE t When this issue of the Times Register and Sentinel is off the press and ou its way to its readers, Volume I 44 will have passed into history, t which means that forty-four years P Af OAf*i?inn 4a Qn 1 otti nnd Iv AUiihL'A VI Ov JL 1 1VV IV Uttltlll ?UVI Aivwuvnv county has been completed. How well the task has been done we leave to the judgment of each individual reader. However, it is truly gratifying to noto the wonderful growth and development that has marked the period of our newspaper life. Beginning at a time when this county, like all of Virginia and the entire (Southland, lay prostrate from the effects of the Civil War, it has watched the county pass through various ages until today it stands upon the very pinnacle of prosperity. Famed "far and near as a seat of learning and culture, wit...

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