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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 6 May 1899

f = WASHINGTON T 11 SENTINEL SENTINELVOL J JVOL VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAYMAY SATURDAY MAY 61899 6 1899 NO 45 T UU1E19ington c1ittncl c1ittnclpublished cnttnctPublished published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEFed SCHADEFred Fed SChRII I1I1Mlnce BiisiC lIUlilltOr lIUlilltOrAPPEARS MDnngiwAPIEARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSI I 13 per year tar or single copy sent by bymail bymail mail to subscribers payable In advance advanceaATES advanceATES aATES ATES OP ADVER rISINO rISINOFirst rISINOFirst First Insertion one inch J50isecond J50isecondneetlon i o second secondiiieiion neetlon 75 cents Liberal deuuctions deuuctions1I11d LedLlCtiOflq LedLlCtiOflqmidforannua1adverflSementS 1I11d midforannua1adverflSementS for annual advertisements Special SpecH1n Specialntices n ntices 1tlces 25 cents a line linevertlsements linevertisements vertlsements to Insure Insertion Insertionsbo Insertionsbo sbo ii I be handed In not later than i ...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 6 May 1899

I i Ti T t TiII I I TTi I 1HE ENTINEL ENTINELWASHINGTON ENflNELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAY 61899 61899Tbo 6 1899 1899The The Georgia Lynobln LynoblnThe Lynclilngs LynclilngsThe The recent lynching ot negroes negroesby negroesby by a mob in Georgia ought to sug suggest suggest gest to President McKinley that thatwe thatwe we have some home problems problemsworthy problemsworthy worthy of attention attentionTho attentiorhThe The OnlY Satisfaction Satisfactionfor SatlafCtlOflfor for our GermanAmerican citizens citizensfor citizensbr for the outrages and humiliation humiliationperpetrated humiliationperpetrated perpetrated on them by the Ad Administration Administration ministration is to vote the Demo Democratic Democratic cratic ticket There is no other otherhonorable otherhonorable honorable course courseBautz courseS courseIinuIz S Bautz Bautzin IinuIzin in a letter to his brother writes that thatbecause thatbecause because he had the power he up upset upset set the arrangement pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 6 May 1899

w i I i v p 10cnl 1Rotc 1Rotcto to or r N Needy edy Voluu Tolunteers TolunteersPlans teers teersPlans Plans have been been perfected forexcursion for an anexcursion excursion to River View Views June 2 for the thebenefit I Ibenefit benefit of ofaeedymen needy l11en who served In the theFirst I IFirst First District Volunteer Regiment RegimentOfficers Regime RegimeOfficers Officers of the National Guard have havetaken ha hataken taken the matter In charge and throJgh throJghtbe throu throuthe the courtesy of Capt E IL S Randall they theyhave tii tiihave have secured the privileges oC his resort resortwith resc rescwith with th boats for the date mentioned mentionedMany mention mentionMany Many of tbt public spirited cJt1zen cJtizenthe of ofthe the city have been beenrequested requested to servethe serve on onthe the committees committeesCost committeesCost Cost of the WIr WIrThe WiirThe The expenditures on account of tbe tbeWar ti tiWar War Department since Tuly t 1898 1898aggregate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 6 May 1899

i i i ai slid SENTINEL SENTINELA 1 INDL INDLA A Lady Dlftulnl In Egypt ElfPtNallle EgyptNalure Nallle NallleThe NalureThe The E Egyptian vptian goddess Mutwas Mutwasthe Mut was wasthe the wife of the god od Amen Ra and andthe andthe the second member of the great greatTheban greatTheban Theban triad of deities which con consisted consisted sisted olherself her spouse Amen AmenRa AmenRa Ra and her son Chonsu < honsu the god godof godof of the Moon She symbolized symbolizednature symbolizednature nature and was regarded as the themother themother mother of all things as indeed her hername hername name Mut the mother implies impliesHer impliesHer Her temple at Karnak situated in ina in ina a Jistrict termed Asher by the theancient theancient ancient Egyptians stood to the thesouthwest thesouthwest southwest of the great reat temple 01 01Amen ofAmen Amen Ra to which it was con connected connected nected by a long line of sphinxes sphinxesA A little to the northwest stands the thetemp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 13 May 1899

Sil T ING 11 11VOL ON SEN TINE TINETOL = VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY D C J SATURDAY MAY 13 1899 NO 46 IlZLthabtnOton n blngton Sentinel SentinelPublished enttnel enttnelPublished Published and E Edited lted by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SCHADAPFARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS 3 3 per year lor single copy sent by bymail bymail mail to subscribers payable In advance advanceUTKS advanceATS UTKS ATS or ADVZDnSINa ADVZDnSINaFirst ADVEDtISINGFirst First Insertion insertlonenethch one inch I50i rso second secondmertlon secondnsertlon mertlon 75 cents Liberal deauctions deauctionslrlllde deductions deductionsmade lrlllde for annual advertisements Special Specialntlces Specialnotices notices 2S cents a line lineAdvertisements lineAdvertisements Advertisements to Insure Insertion InsertionsboJI1 insertionghoul ghoul be handed In not later than IZ IZoclock 12oclock oclock noon 011 Thursday ThursdayOfIice ThursdayOffice Office No So4 E Street StTCCtb N ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 13 May 1899

TI iI tlHE Tll13 SENTINEIJ SENTINEIJWASHINGTON ENTIN1I4 ENTIN1I4WASHINGTON1 WASHINGTON D C MAY 13 1899 1899Tho 1899The The Wo Voltllohc tlIcho Foet Foetwhich Post1 Post1which which is s making such an able fight hghtagainst fightagainst against the Imperialistic policy 01 01tbe ofthe the Administration says that Sec Secretarv Secretary retarv Long In stating that the theAdministration theAdministration Administration had no intention intentionof intentionofubjugatingthe of ofubjugatingthe ubjugating the Filipinos actu actuany actually any proves by bythis this assertion hat he hedoes hedoes does not know what his ships are aredoinp aredoirnr doinp MrllcKlnley MrllcKlnleymay Nr1c1CinIoymay may with his Piilippine business businessfool businessfool fool some people all the time He Hemay Hemay may fool all the people as he is isdoin isdoing doin doing now some of the time but butthe butthe the way he will get fooled in 1900 1900bv 1900by bv the people will demonstrate demonstratethat d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 13 May 1899

irr 1 p i 1Locnl 1Rotco 1RotcoW1l1 iiote9will + will IIe1p Business BusinessThe UusInosThe The Oriental Building Alsoclatlon Alsoclatlonhas Asoci Asocihas has taken n step which puts It abreast at atof 01 the times by determining that In I Ifuture the thefuture future 200 will be advanced upon uponshare each eachshare share This will glye a borrower borrowerper a six sixper per cent loan loan1 which with the saving savii saviicommissions of ofcommissions commissions the privilege of returnlmr returnlmrthe retur returthe the loan In small monthly paymen paymenin payments or orin in bulk at any time and the liberal liberalInterest 111 111interest Interest allowed y the AssociatlcIts Association to toIts Its stockholder affords to contemplat contemplatmg conteni conteniing mg borrowers an opportunity to secure secureloans se seloans loans at very reasonable rates Those Thosecnrrylllg T Tcarrying cnrrylllg loans at bl high h rates 01 Interest Interestwill lnh lnhwill will find It of adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 13 May 1899

± 1 i r I 0 T T1 > t rt trt rtll ll SENTILEL SENTILELBow Bow nD Earthquake Looks anti antiPee andFcel Pee FcelLilbincUs Is IsLi Li LilbincUs iuet lts Magazine US USShortly USShortly Shortly belore midnight on onMarch onMarch March 30 o 18g8 a citizen ot the thetown thetown town ot Sonoma about forty miles milesnorth milesnorth north of San Francisco stepped steppedout steppedout out of a public house on the vi1 vi1lage vilsage sage plaza and pulsed a moment momenton on the threshold to enjoy a a perfect perfectmoonlight lerfect lerfectmoonlight moonlight night before wendin wendinhis wending wendinghis his way home Not a breath of ofair o oair f air stirred the fo1ia foliage e of the tallLombardy tall tallLombardy Lombardy poplars that flanked flankedtile flankedthe tile lofty spire of the Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch church directly across acros the str street et etand and nature seemed buried in pro prolound prosound sound slumber As he stood there therelooking the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 20 May 1899

0 0T T WASHINGTON T 11 11VOL SENTINEL SENTINELVOL VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY MA MAY Y 20 1899 NO 47 tl1l1nabtnoton Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelPublished Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SCHADEAPPEARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS sent by bymail bymati 3 per year lor single copy mail to subscribers payable in advance advanceaAT advanceSTS aAT STS 0 OP ADVERtISING ADVBIUISUfOFirst ADVERtISINGFirstInsertIOflOfleiflCh First FirstInsertIOflOfleiflCh Insertlononeinch Isoisecond Isoisecondmetion z5o second secondngeiion metion 75 cents Liberal deouctlons deouctlonsmaderor deductions deductionsmadefor maderor annual annualadvertisements advertisements Special Specsnln Specialntices n ntices tlces 25 cents centsa a line lineAdvertisements lineIvertisenientS Advertisements to Insure insertion insertionlbo insertionbo lbo bo ill be handed in not later than I2 I2oclock 2 2oclock oclock noon noon on Thursday ThursdayO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 20 May 1899

v i ir a Tiji lHE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAY 20 o 1899 1899Notice 8g I Notice to SI111iOrlh rs rsOur Our subscribers who have havereceived received bills for subscriptions will willdo do us a favor by promptly remit remittinge tinge TUE TIlE EDITOR of the Atlanta AtlantaClmsitllton Clmsitllton rec recently nth stated that thatthe the South was for expansion A Atrip trip through Virginia will sweep sweepthe the cobwebs from our colleagues colleaguesbrain brain jlmlral dmIr1 Schier Schierhac Schierhas has been ignored and really hUe hUemiliated tu miliated by the Administration Administrationwbilst Administrationwhilst whilst Admiral Dewey whose vie vietory tory was no greater than that of ofSchly ol Schly is constantly praised and andpresented andpresented I presented for extraordinary honor honorDewey Dewey i picked out to smother smotherthe smothezthe the indignation against McKinley IIcKinlcwhen when the enormous loss o of our ourvolunteers ouryolunteers volunt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 20 May 1899

1Lbcnl 1Rotea 1RoteaCAPtnr 1oteaCaptured CAPtnr Captured d Cannon at Malllla MallllaMany 1anIJ 1anIJMany Many applications have been made m mthe to tothe the War Department requesting that ti tiuseless all alluseless useless cannon cptured In the thepines Philip Philippines pines be turned over to the Slates Sta Statrophies as astrophies trophies of the regimen Is maldnr makhi makhicapture the thecapture capture Requests of this cbaracter cbaractercame char charcame came from man many of the Western States StatesSecretary S SSecretary Secretary Alger cabled Generalasking General Otis Otisasklor asking what whatthere there was In In the way of ol olpieces such suchpieces pieces and has received areplv stating statingthat rt rtthat that under the terms ot the Deace treaty treatyall 1 1all all obsolete cannon are to be turned turnedover t tover over to the Spanish Governmentwould Government This Thiswould would include nearly all the piecesin pieces taken takenin in in Manila as the FI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 20 May 1899

f rS T a U 1J SENTINEL SENTINELAt At the Uottona of tllo Sea SeaBnzNJA BoaEnglfs4 BnzNJA lIlusriz tlIluslrafsd11agaxine tlIluslrafsd11agaxineSimon d Naza iHe iHeSimol1 Simon Lake planned an excur excursion excursion sion on the bottom of the sea for forOctober or orOctober October 12 His strange amphIb amphIbian amphibian ian craft the Argonaut about aboutwhich aboutwhich which we had been healln hearing s smany smany many marvels layoff lay off the pier pier at atAtlantic atAtlantic Atlantic Highlands Before we wewere wewere were near enough to make out her herhulk hulk we saw a great black l letter letterA ter terA A framed of heavy gasplpe rising risingfo rising risingforty fo forty ty feet above the wa waer r A flag flagrippled flagrippled rippled from its summit As we wedrew wedrew drew nearer we discovered that thatthere thatthere there really wasnt any hulk to tomake tomake make outonly a small oblon oblondeck oblong oblongdeck deck shouldering deep in the water waterand wate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 27 May 1899

T WASHINGTON 1I 11 11vOL SENTINEL SENTINELTT WASHINGTON CITY D 0 SATURDAY MAY 21 1899 1899Y vOL Y TT WJ XXVI NO 48 S 1lt11aablngton entlnel entlnelPublished enttnclPubllshed Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS 4 L APPEARS EVBRY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS sent by bymall bymall year Jor single copy 3 per advance advanceaATXS advanceAT mall to subscribers payable in aATXS AT OF ADVIUUISllfO ADVIUUISllfOFirst ADVXRtISIaFirst1nsertIonOfleinCh10IC0 First First1nsertIonOfleinCh10IC0 First1nsertIonOfleinCh10IC0nseilon Insertion one inch 1 soi second secondnse nse nseilon tion 7S cents Liberal deuuctlons deuuctlonsmade cieuuctlousmade made for annual advertisements SpecIal SpecIaln SpecialUtice n Utice tices zs cents B line lineIdvertisements lineadvertisementS advertisementS to Insure Insertion Insertionsholl1 InsertionshoilI sholl1 be handed In not later than I2 I2oclock 12oclock oclock noon 00 Thursday ThursdayOffice ThursdayOffice Office No ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 27 May 1899

ii ii TI n 1 tIlt 1 trIXEL trIXELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D 11 C MAY 27 I 9 1 The Th Peace Tblllle Tblllleis is over Now the Var Jubilee Jubileeis is in order What Vhat larce and hypoc hypocrisyl risyl Ilalz Ilalzis is to to return home with his hi ship shipHe He says everything is quiet as the theEnElish English do not dare to give him himany break the thepeace any more orders to peace This Kautz autz affair ffair is one oC oCthe the meanest in our hIstory hIstorya hIstoryrho a rho DItUllH Dinrattc rattQ Lealen Lealenmust must not ignore the expansion expansionbusiness business nxpansion is imperial imperialism ism We consider this the m91t m91timportant most important question in the cam campaign cam paign OhIo 101l1l0al New Newis Newis is parHcularly encouralng to toDemocrats toDemocrats Democrats The 6 fighting htinR that is isgoing Isgoing going on among the Republicans Republicansis is said to put to shame th the best bestefforts bestefforts efforts of the famous Kilkenny Kilkenn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 27 May 1899

T TI 11 ± I 11 ± Local 1ote l1 oteg otegThe 4 The Jublho JublhoWllh JuMccWith With bells be1 chiming and cannon roar roarIng toaithg Ing the National Peace rubilee wns wnssuccessfull wa wasuccessruIi successfull Inaugurated Tuesday morn mornIn2 morn1n 1n In2 Thus was startedthe first of tbree tbreedays threidays days devoted to a celebration of the therestoration thi thirestoration restoration of l peace between the United UnitedStates Unite UniteStates States and Spain and to pay 110ma I1omae e to tothe tc tcthe the victory which ever attended the theAmerican thcAmerican American armsNone arms armsNone None contributed contributedmore more to Its success successtban successthan than President McKinley who with withmembers wft wftmembers members 01 his Cabinet and of the theDIplomatic tLicDiplomatic DIplomatic Corps took a most consplc consplcuous conspicnots uous part The fact act that the mostnoted most mostnoted noted men of the nation reviewed the tbeparades theparades parades l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 27 May 1899

1 = J I H r 0 m T n 1111 1111From SENTINEL SENTINELFrom From the Cape to Cairo OalroJnzlish CairoAnglfsh Jnzlish Illustrated IJlarazneAfrica Magazine MagazineAfrica Africa is the last stronlZhold 01 01the the Negro race From time im immemorial nn nnmemorial memorial civilization andeedex andeedexisted indeed ex exfisted fisted on its borders and during duringthe duringthe the past century Christianity md mdScience Science have done their utmost utmostto utmostto to shed light on its dark recesses recessesYet recessesYet Yet the heart of it remains as say savage sayage age as ever it was The civiliza civilization civilization tion 01 the North and South is ismerely i merely an embroidered fringe to toa t ta o a sable garment With the he co copletion coin coinpletion pletion of the Cape to CaIro Rail Railway Railway way however there will be a trans transformation transformation formation The lakes of Africa Africawill Africwill a as will be brought as near London as asthe a athe s th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 3 June 1899

4 r c r c = w IT VASHJNGTONSENTJNEL VASHJNGTONSENTJNELfl1L T 11 11i a i 4 4VOL AI VOL fl1L XXVI VI WASHINGTON CITY D q SATURDAY JUNE 3 1899 NO o 49 4 ra 1ro1aablngton ItabIn tofl Scntlnel ScntlnelPublished enttnel enttnelpublished Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SCHADEAPPEARS APPEARS EVBRY SAIURDAV SAIURDAVTERMS SA7URDtVTERMS TERMS TERMSper 13 per year lor single copy sent by bymall bymall mall to subscribers payable In advance advanceBATBS advanceATZS BATBS ATZS OP OFFtrst ADV1tIUISINO ADV1tIUISINOFirst First Insertion one Inch 1 soisecond soisecondnse 5O second secondnseilon nse nseilon tlon 75 7 cents Liberal deductions deOilctionsmade deductionsmade made for annual advertisements Special Specialntices Specialntices ntices 2S cents a line lineAdvertlsements linedvertsenleflts Advertlsements to ° insure Insertion InsertionshoJI insertionshoill shoJI I be handed handedin in not later laterthan than I2 I2ocloc 12oclock ocloc noon on Thursday Thursd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 3 June 1899

ii ii6i 6i i iI N L I 1 lHE iiF SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON ENINiL ENINiLWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JUNE 3 1899 1899Vr 1899WilL Vr VrVlll r Vlll Not Sonator Gorman Gormanplace Gorinanplace place himself at the head or civil civilization civilization ization humanity and constitu constitutional1ibertv constitutional tional1ibertv tional llbert and lift up his voice voicea voiceagainst a against ainst McKinley barb barbrisrn barbrisrnWill lris01 lris01Will Will he not denounce the murder murderor murderof or thousands of prisoners and non noncombatants noncombatants combatants by our soldiers by bycom bycommand com command mand of their officers officersThe officersThe The man who will do this will willbe willbe be the next President and will save savethe savethe the Republic RepublicRevenJllIJ RepublicRevenging Revenging Oaptaln TinCTS Death DeathThe DeathThe The government despatches despatchesstate despatchesstate state that a fearful revenge was wastaken wastaken taken on tne murde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 3 June 1899

i I i I > iIi 10caI local 1Aotes 1AotesI iRoteeAcddezit I ACJldcl1t to Mlr MgrStoPIiafl MgrStoPIiaflMgr Stcphan Stcphanlfgr Mgr Stephan Superintendent qf the theCatholic theCathoilc Catholic Indl Indian n MIssIons while return returning returnlug lug from the Census Office to his hisresidence 0 residence G street 5atarda Satarday after afternoon a1ternoon noon stepped all a car at the corner 01 01Ninth ofNinth Ninth and F streets northwest and was wasstruck wasstruck struck violently and knocked down by bya bra a bIcycle ridden by a negro His head headi headcame i came very near Eoln going under the wheel wheelof wheelof of a wagon passing at the time Mgr MgrStephan MgrStephan Stephan was quickly assisted to h has s feet feetIt feetI It was wa found that thathis hIs right rightarm arm and right righthand righthand I hand were badly bruised He was wasassisted wasassisted assisted to Hs ls home and his tnJunes tnJunesdressed fnjurlesdressed dressed It is hoped that no serious serio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 3 June 1899

1 J j I T j 4 h Trr a Ji11 Ji11The SENTINEL SENTINELThe The Wonaer or lctcrhof lctcrhofCarS lotarhotCaaulla CarS Caaulla 3 lJrdrain lJrdrainWhat ltaraineWhat What Windsor Castle is to Lon London London don Peterhof is to St Petersburp PetersburpPotsdam PetersburiPotsdam Potsdam to Berlinand Schonbrunn Schonbrunnto to Vienna The gardens of Peter Peterhof Peterhof hof are almost as siJtnala signal a triumph triumphof of man over Nature as St Peters Petersburg Petersburg burg itself Peter the Great found founda a low ridge looking down upon upondreary upondreary dreary marshes on the like of ofwhich ofwhich which he had built his city and andhav andhaving hav having ng crowned the former with a apalace apalace palace he turned the latter into intopleasure intopleasure pleasure grounds Yet it is but butfor butfor for the summer months that they theycan theycan can be called gardens at all for forKing forKing King Winter is no resp respecter ecter of ofpersons ofpersons persons when he l...

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