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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

WHLIAMS NAMED AS HELD AGENT I jr> Wythcvitle Man Appointed Right-Of-Way Man For Southwest Highways Ktobatond, !> ?. IL*-(9j>?clal)?Ar^Sllca^County, a Ml od^thatata Pamuel i Id ?a**nt "tor I ha "rl?h 'd U rtytmr or-jlia m?t?JhtgHway^^^nmmant, and will i luteo ( territory (Tin* la Kouthwaat Virginia, it waa learned at tha of ilea of tha State highway commiMloo today. Mr. Williams la wall known In Itlcfemond and apends much of hla lima here during the sessions of tha general assembly. Ha was ar> ardent wetkar for Oavernor Trtnkle In tha np* J reaantad (files County In the general < for about tan jraara. Mr. Will lama will have about t wehty , counties under bla Jurldietlon and be w|U t>e kept busy eec?rtag rights of , way for tha Utjartmeut in hla Urge rrliory. It was stated today that under the ro^ organisation plan the commission has divided the Slats Into nee division* n which field agents operating under 1 V. p. Henl...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

p; I n OF NINE WITHOUT FOOD FINALLY SAVED Schooner Rosa Ferlita Towed Into New York Port By The President Garfield (By the AsMNinlrd Pkm) New York. Dec. 21.?The schoonP^T Rom Ferllta, batfered by wind ?nod wnwe tor 86 day?, was towed , Into New York harbor tonight and t her crew of nino innn/1 4k - pta i|/|/VU UU I UC jM African gold coast, leaped ashore to rgce for the nearest restaurant. Was a tough voyage this trip from Axlm to Boston, with a load ( i. Of mahogany but the toughest part < came, not in uncharted seas, but in ; the very center ot trans-Atlantic lanes, when help might have been expected at any motpent. Without Food or Water K* For ten days the schooner bobbed /. about in those lanes, her larder about E'fP'V?empty that her old salt of f K captain was almost ready to shut- u tar a tradition of the sea and order c jtfUk* execution of the ship's mascot, t F/SUB alredale' terrier. The crew's only e J> Water was caught front the skies. e A stern jigge...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

\ - 3IINAMAN LEAVE! TUBS FOR m ONE DAYJH WEB Conduct* Service* In Ohine Methodist Episoopu wnnrci In PhiladslphiA. ' ' illadelphla. *>?? 7h#, " Ilrnry Ko, .who conducts ' h? Chin**? Uttbodlit fcplaeo church hare. doe. oof 4r?w a aula Ua doea not need o?*local preacher In the Mrthodlat E| copal Church, and supports hlmn "WJiffiS &&& the humble bualneaa men of hla r whose IMtUahope aappaet nneor l men on a cuff and collar trade. K Plant has every up-to-date apt) II m for the laundry bualneaa. and at employment to 14 maw. In addition. thla profree.lve t neae Christian has a. laundry a pli bualneaa which Bella material* rMneJ? UuMe. throughout the r Mr. Ko recently botutht tha build for hla (lerniantown_ avenue pli >,np ***?1* hi'Aniarfen* He own* a liandaomehome. wH )>la Uuauttful wife, who la alao a ? ae. and their three child live. The children are-named Ji Wesley. Duvld and Hath. Ko was born l? thla country ('htnua...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

I Bf'I .Ki H KTKKN OYSTERS WASHED "INELECTR1CIT I Polluted Bivalves Placed 1 I Tank Filled With Water and I W&y*: Given Shock. | ? * fork. Z2 ? Very much a Ll'j t*r the faahion In which the houa I * Wife washr* ? few potntoea in I kitchen pall, nyeter* from alight Bpgflilllt 'I trcr:- l-e+nn clean*' ? 1, trholeanlc a n<l i>a\cd ua edible foe ^Hk,. lnn?unrri cut of perfection of I Beeocea* that Ira* changed van* qua! | ntln of bivnlvt * from the condemn) ui* me n.i?s nas jusi drm ma< [by the Mtat?- CcnsfrvHilv? Com ml ml [ Such tuc em n? has attended tl ftrlmenti results from ever |MMf in which nil effort has bee [Ml |?rn*re.?e to purify tticildah ao i 1 ta> maKi- nwM" Ur(v pnaluct i > (areas which are t>ultal>le breedln fruuiida escept for the presence < , ?me pollution. t * Commissioner Alexander Mardoi Id now announce* tliat the first con iteerclal oyelrr purification plant I 'this ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

PURE I roj/j; h Why You S Put Money in By ROT AL a CO 4 CommiMioncr df Hei U. S. Senator-Elect tr< DID ]roa ever take an inVeatory o your small boy's pockets? Mi knlres, a piece of ehalk, a stub o ?aWa "JoUypop," six or oiffbt nails, a a brass door-knob this would be a mo The. bey's pocket is the repository oi booms slrap It is just as natural fc tkiaffs haro as it is for him to be attrai iatarsetiny devices bo sees. Wa are ssustoros of habit. Most good, bat some tf Chun, I am sorry to i indeed. Ones in a while we should talc selves to see if we are really followim One of the most common and one < of the human family is the habit so ma la the meats. Waleh a Uttu baby?SmOUb Mi mouth full of thumbs. A*?er* J ?f sometimes W 2ft has. to be ( watched trsry {stout* or ht would try i aamtmm msahlesl ( But It teat MMfi ?1mi? who m-jii b? * watched and scalded. There are plenty K of grown |>iapli who KM the mouth as .t receptacle 'Mr p?cite, toothpicks? 1 . m...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

tBE-L_iiAri:HN JPURE I KtfilE BLACK I ,. I A Badly Surprised ' I ti. {Copyright, l>z:. I>y Newspaper I J^F^^^^KeatureScrv^eeJl^ I he's rich and not had looking and I p'**th?r intelligent^ and not particu ' ?Tt? > ' 'IT Me'a pert. \ he has a r food many acquaintances d'tiq call S tin the Prince of t<"odfel!oua?Put ?t,?o ,,B't happy. ^Bt Mot Just In fact, he is distinctly miserable ? Viot to say plain, old-fashioned m-a-d. Band?and no wonder , lie Uv. <1 in New V< ffc and had a H&SjB apartment, and he ttelnhsred to a elub two and he had u ulee wife ! *Qd Some really Interesting children. mm hfV ^K" ? it ^^BoH \U _Sa^, _^ . *. I You can't bi I creamier r ft This evaporated h I nothing but rich, < ft ^ cow's milk with < H Water taken nnf- tn 1 I practical and convec I Ask your grocer foi I men's League Brand ]Ui I ened Evaporated ft I Sweetened Condense I DAIRTfMEN'l I j?a?u?> ...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

I .l,U "W PURE 4 * 111 I ^ ' The Home Kitchen ; Br Jt-A \ tO'? H iulau ftote.os Th? A?ik*rHr M UAm CmiIi-k I HERB AHK NIK TSMPTIRfl DKJU IOTI ro* TfK UUUVTMAII IMRlrJL I < t thi i featfvltlr*. and - UmChristinas h?? fh? moat of "all. A sumptuary Uw has taken much of ths sumptuouanasa frojsnntlncameat, rtt nlines piss sr# still in U' vor, ?s sseh ho u sew If a plvee ths pits a Hssonlnr all hsr ows. Then, ths reliable old plum pudding Is now masked with s splcsd fruit sauCa of make"*It'tiry C 2a,1 though wos aa I Mghly-sadsorsd s# la former days Custards and, jsfllos hays always Wan mora popular lor this /cast than too orsain or othsr frossn diih. ?, and hotns-mads chalotta mass, considered yesrp ado a most distinguished des?srt for sheets! occasions, la atlll a Tut hari l* Make Ctanberrr Hlr. Una a pie-plat* with pood.. rich crust. Kofi tha dough for ths top .?rust thin and cut it In strips. For one pla malts the lattice crust, while for (he other roll ths Strips curlycus ...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

f~ J, RtbJfTTEEN i ARE YOU lP> THE 1,1 ' I WORLD NEWS CMM idtmlitni rtlft 7c I Ids H; WUm 6 word* to tbe tln?. Kj fMeplay -UmlBcd Me per lac* r. All clean Bed e1rcrti?ln? strictly ph WA la edesnee. R* laeetel ceeb retee to locf-leem aOBf* ItrMni ?o applleetioo Ceeb bui accompany ell oat-of ^ ttwi order* Bl Wlsrl??1 -|11nrt Dot permitted ^>7, ^i^wu or bea?y htecb-faced type r' AQ adeertleemeote mast reecb tbe ' g" baeloeee office by 8:30 p m. foe pabUcetlao nest moraine; Saturdays PHOXI 3142. r ? . . . . ..--------i CHRISTMAS GIFT | SUGGESTIONS &VU ' G1K^TS FOR HF.R. ANTIQUES rr* Wbat woutd make a more useful ?ift than a nice piece of old-fashtoned furniture? Settees, Sideboards, Tables and Chairs Cook in n?d ?e? them. Brown-Reams Furniture Co. 112 Selera Ave. E. K, I'botie 4341 J. # I AKMSTRONQ TABI.K STOVE?A (lit lor the llrhl bou?ekrei>er. Johnxon-Uoodwln ; Blectrle Co.. ol4 S. Jefferton St. I'hon# F.MW. I CANDT ?Norrta or ??oiu?t to Gi...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

' ? ' MIL ALEXANDERr' OF GA.TECH, GENTS The Coach Who Speaks Only Once, and Wants to Know Why a Thing la So. ' ?> Uwwn P*?rr. (dptrlal Correepondyrit of The Hour.oka WurH-Ktri.) WMJHim<^A*aK,?D'4ar'a,*ppolntmciit M hioid couch of tbo Oao-vla 'iron laven coniu /-tout In a it.on iiingua maiHior. U *u back In l?l? mat John tlaloman, who had put the Yellow Jachoto on tha national footbatt map, came north to coach at tha Unlvc??lt^ of I'onnoylvanla, hla alma malar, AutnprlMoa at Tecb, naturally anxloua that"! ho football proa tic* of tho institution ?? retained. Mean to look for Bom* abl? gridiron mentor to 011 th? 'vacant berth. U|ane?s carried van mm far m* the Kaet and Middle "Mt and aorue hl*h sounding names warn under advisement. when, from the football eleven and from the *tudenta want up a jreat cry, a cry that had a bite In It. "W? want Alas.** . Translated. that cry meant that Alex waa wat>te>1 and no one elan would do. Mow "Alex" waa ...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

Bap*-. ML TWENTf * Businen Today [ fctAftcr a Hiadj upward trend (01 j ^^^Kant ?lx months wand are now rl howlni. greater stability. Advance! !? tr# hiii taking place, but at much m-' llewtr rut. during the autumn. E The National Industrial Conference K Board announce* that for the month ending l>e<-?-mbcr 13 It received ?otic? a of only tirt?en ,hunges In wage*. KiiTlli la tb<. smallest number recorded g In Ita table if ihnnsra. which begins t' With April Ili. tins eight months' K period there i.jvi been two noticeable Bliuira in the trend of wages. In P^tPO early spring wage reductions far Mi oatnumlirrnl I;. ri.tMt. In the month lb tending mii. M for example. I l~ there were tifty-r nr reductions and k only nine Increases Ity August InIL creases and ns wero about I r equal, but th< total . nanges wero so It small as t i I'i'tidltlon of [ I Stability. 1i \ ' mill tb. how eve r the number of clnipn Jumped from I E fifteen to 113. and f th...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

I , Market and Fii MARKET SMi I' SEASONAL RISE. _ _ Usual Christmas Eve Advances of Selected Shares But % Not General. i / I ' ' I ?r Mint r. wm?. <ny SffMJsf L*m?4 W?r# to The Roa noko World News.) Q " ^ Wall Street. Now York. Dee. !!- A TutUJr'i etoek market bore out the , b?d| traditions of Chilatinaa Ben with 'i an -advance. which although by no , means general, waa very lively in . the: shares selected tor leadership *or the mogt part, the day wan . Made up of a aerlee ot pec la I up- . ward ?o*em#nta tor apeclal reasons. , But underlying the general market r wad the jaamt* feeling of coafldcncs r which hda -been conelanlly In evl-, , d?ace since the etart of the month. 2f There haa been all along a eon- f aidyrubTe body of Wall Street opliw Ion that haa been out Of gympaUi-y , with the rise, hag looked Upon it aa < merely a tenfpbrary recovery likely, i to pe followed bv another downward , tan, almllar to that tad November. J Trfclers who pave held thia v...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 22 December 1922

Etwenty-two mSaint'Gaudi I Is Offered f Widow of Famous Sculptor To Dedicate Grounds apd Stu*" ' dios Where He Worked As IT.-. ^ Memorial ? Endowment To * Maintain Property is Sought. f ((From Baltimore Evening Sun.) ^ It U a long way trom Rome to r Cornish. N. H.. says Homer Saint? Qaudens In the Christian Science V Monitor. Yet it may give New Kiiklandera a thrill to set- on the banks ot the Connecticut river, set in beaut* ana rilirnlli th. ..r - W9 famous journey In art begun In the Uternal City und ending among the meadows and white pines aud sheep pastures of this land we Know so R>' well. E T-ho beginning ?-f ?k?# road opened quite fortuitously to Augustus Kalnt Gaudens. At the end of his student days In Paris he found himself In Ft Rome without funds to cast In plaster , his first statute of lllawatba. The good folk who came tp Sulnt-Gaudens' assistance In this crisis had connections In Windsor, Vt.. just across tp the river from Cornish. N. >1., where ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

TODAY* NEWS TODAY- C"W g WfT\ U <YtVtV ^ If V fX ,T O WEATHER FORECAST I ?-?-" = @lj? ^mvwkt jw0iPlxl-%s?tu$ . VOI^40.?No. 151. 22 PAGES TODAY ROANOKE, fIRGINIA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON . DECEMBER 23. 1922. P R 1 U R T H R B B C IN T 8 | BODY OF ONE MASK VICTIM IDENTIFIED Armed Men Guard Mutilated Corpses In Louisiana Ma sonic lompie witn instructions to "Shoot to Kill"?Officiai Identification Probably Will Follow Almost Positive Identification of One? ; Situation Yet Tense. v Mer Rouge, La . Dec. 23.?(By The Associated Press.)?The wirebound, mutilated bodies j of two men recovered yesterday on Lake Lafourche by State troops, believed to bO those of Watt Daniels and Thomas Kifbardw, who disappeared af(er being kidnaped by masked and whttb robed men laat August, were further Identified this morn ins van tm?n ny jticbards" wid ?dW? J. L. Daniels. as< d fuTfforoF Watt, and a score of other relatives and friends. Identification of at least Watt Daniels Is complete, acco...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

K DIVIDENDS' B ruY IMPORTANT I PART IN INDUSTRY !ter Explains That System ui In Vogue Before rofits and Income Taxes. it stock dividends are dscl sred corporation for i'u purpose of Un* taxation f its surplus is I IToneuu* cot t?t t 'ti of the purOt stork dl\ld> r?!. and In foutulwn reasonlnc flat Is itroutnllfK*. din* to a writ-: iti The Minimi CMS Jeun ill. w h . < ?ntinuea Imatr flsiat . sons justify 0T notice >it stock divlK-reason* w 1... h w r. recognized before Inconi" and profits' lane became a part <f tS. Ducal aysef the i'rai'-rsl eminent or ven contemplated a- a means ieinic the major i- u-rura for the J art of the r . mu. t. sines* operations toult In either 9flt or u lo>-. A lev* from the of healiinlt.K the business rein the Impairment of capital, rselv, a pro ft ir.<ni the begin-' result* in the creation of a turA toes durltis any period of thju*. K I* KO"d I nt to allow a Uti"*'" Ululate ?1 nt inn p&...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

fc====== LAST NIGHTS NEWS M REDUCING GLASS , (Br Tli* AftocltM Pit*,) .. Unyielding attitude of Turk* again wni fiop^e of Near Bast conference JLausatme. Irlab Ooverninent decide* to establish ijrittn of blockhouses to stug per slate at train wrecking. I Thousands of Belgian University students protest against changing IOfctny, University Into Plnntih jnPoee Plus completes Important en. cyclical containing program 'of hli pontificate. Labor tnakea substantial gaina la Australian general election*. Cardinal Logue criticises Irish Nor. * thera OvvaranaMt for refusal to relax curfew restrictions which would 'parBait Catholics to attend midnight mm la Armagh Cathedral Christmas ;*F i Abraham Bscksr. convicted of first t.degsre murder In cauatng death of vim who was found burled in shallow >lt In ths Bronx. N. V. 1 Aged Cardinal Begla of Qushsg) says that repeated Area In rathoilc i Institutions provide greatest trial of bis life. Joo Lynch gets Judges' decision lit contest wi...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

Kr tt*. r : EE BIG FIGHT nnDAUinrA FfVUUunmtiLn IF DISARMING reconcilable Group of -Republicans Seems Sticking Together to Oppose Plan For World DiscussionFriends of Plan Think It K?t?*s unance to Pass With Hj ' Modifications?Poindexter H | Takes Sharp Issue With fc^Psthington. Dec. 23.? (By (he ^^HfeMtraatlonal News Service.)?Sen^^ ator Borah's proposal that Presl^^Hdent Harding call an International ^^HMonomir conference today split ^Hwids open tho old Senate group of ^^HVtmconcllableV which fought tho ^^BF?o*Cve of Nations tooth And nail. ^^KE^Senators Johnson. Republican, of ^^Hballfornia. and LaPoBette, Repub^HUNs, of Wisconsin^ "were among old "die hards" with whom ^Bh Idaho Senator was conspicuous^^Hljr identllled In the lung battle ^^^uainst the Versailles treaty who ^^Hlpelared they were unalterably op^^HNMed to the United States sitting ^^Hdtown with Europe at the confertable. Both will ntackt Bomove .when debate on the lim i jtrppTj lilll is resumed ^^Kb the Senate after ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

LYNCH OUTPQIKTS , MIDGETOPPONENT Champion packed Punch and Only Science Saved Him From Possible Defeat. N*? York. Dm XI.?(By tb? Aaxoclated Press.)?Joe lornch, of New York, .retained his world's bantam weight championship last night aa a result of a victory over IIMgit Smith. Harlem ebaUwcar, In n fifteen round contact nt Madison Square Garden, lacking tha thrill# of moat championship encounters. tha bout waa largely a triumph for attporiot boxing ability over rugged aggressiveness. Lynch elaarly outpointed hla rival but displayed no decisive punching prow###, with the exception of one or two of the closing round#. Smith, an oaay marie for Lynch'* left, triad Irale the champloB'0 ilefo. . ' The bout waa the tblfd that Smith and Lynch have fouaht In tha last two years, Lynch gaining a decision In .pne of tha previous contest# while tho other ended in a draw. The < hampion conceded over a pound In derendlng hla crown, entering the ring at lid 1-4 while Smith weighed 111 poo...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

WJ '" _ > IJfhr Roanoke World-News ?< kiIimmn# 1m). hoakuu. va. NWUinl Si try Dtj> Empl Sunday ?BY? Bp Vim ks world cori'ouation. Ti?m? Building. Roanoke. V?. Ms' Jfs II H f riMint'RN. Kdilor. I Member* of BP**" Newouarxr DublUtaera' AaaodaUoe I Newapaptr PutHlilirrt AMMitUoi I Tbe iwoctunl Ptfm H AnilU Bnrtig of Circulation B Al Aaaocia'r.1 i'rvaa t* exclusively en tp the use for republication of all H M?wa dl*r>.it< hes credited to It or not otherH ^^BpUto! to thia paper and alao tb? local Wt* ' *yar? publi~l etl herein I - rcOUtlGN KEI'KBSENTATIVE FroUofc A Bate* liac . New York aod Chlcaio > MMknd at ^stoffire at Roanoke, Virfinia. [ kA- Seven! C ?>? Mall Matter. H BATE* IN ADVANCE 1? j M oaota prr week payable to Carrier prr year payable at the office. Dally. one year .. . 00 H* Dally, ?lx months 92.50 Ijf Daily, thrae mcntb* Sl.oO 16 Pally, one month 50.30 IKDuring the" Day FJi| *|t>T? 3143...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

SAVING COAL FROM RIVERS IS GREAT PENNAJDMY fen all 81ms of Anthraoito Washed Down From Mines Supplies Residents This Winter. ' ' Harrlaburg. P*h D?C. 1J.?(lly Tht Avaoclnted press.)?Ths coal problem Ihla winter la one only of atrosg arm wiuaelea and a vehlela?wheelbarrow, horse and dragea. or motor truck? lor pome of these Pennsylvania!!* whose- homes are on the banks of streams which flow from the hard coal regions. ^ River-coal?so-sailed because Tt la found in the beds of these rivers?la the solution. The coal. In the form of smalt particles, finer than the grade ki.owa commercially as buckwheat, has been used for years, largely by manufacturing plants, but the fear of shortaye this year has Increased household consumption, and many persons living along the s t re a in s In which It Is found are gathering their own supply with the use of a shovel and a cart or automobile for transportation. if. The.coal Is mainly the product of > i iiim or refuse hanks In the vicinity o...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 23 December 1922

' Btsocial ani I MRS. J. W. SH Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. M P! KL thk ? i KO?*. ^ '(By lillx.il>. . r-i <lu Krt.litc ) the it. iltj's liKlc 1'IKUI GolK"'. . - >1 'I tliclr empty ^HEk arni^. Kt?bM dark '? ?<.* ? est. t-rr*~i* --- - -'i i..i r.ds -ami ^E-feet ^ >1 turtuv- .r.-wned head ^^Kumt .-.n.iKf spear HU Stained < !. u.i'k erots red. it ituoj tlOKllil horror MourgFil, ^Hpr thousaml." sj'i' '.c li". ^^Ktlnc thr i f despair. BKOIl.V and Koine fleetest ihom i !: r? who wear The crlms.u < i ( .ifr. Ku friend and foe-alike th. y K ive ^^l"Tbeir ntivi.fctth i.sul heal'tig skill Kor those u iiu v....: l:.e iilinsun1 croaa Mint "do the Maxtor's will" ^H> we. bo Mfely s.r.. 1 < - <1 here. H Krlu.r to <h> An: put ^K^H aotne who iu.it tin- crimson ^Ht' cross Hire. Kivii.i: life and heart ^^^^MttCCor those who hear our flag:, .Who die that w e may 11s ? Mil we ac...

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