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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1916. CEOBCTt ..finite. Than The Birth of a Nation" tea USD TO MH Chief Justice Fisk and Associate Justices Burke and Goss yesterday af­ V* I —NEW YORK JOURNAL ternoon received warrants for their Decem'ber pay from State Auditor Jor genson. These warrants were approv­ ed at an extraordinary meeting of the state auditing board held December 20, when the auditor brought up the questioft of the advisability of issu­ ing warrants for stich salaries as are in dispute! The auditor refrained Dine and Dance at the VAN HORN GRILL- OPEN TONIGHT AT 6:00 O'CLOCK First, a splendid meal to tickle the palate of the epicure and delight the critical fancy of the connoisseur- then a swinging, rollicking dance to wonderful music. It's an enjoyable way to spend the evening—beginning at dinner time or after the theatre. And the evening's enterainment won't be expensive. Troupe of Southern darky musicians direct from the Hotel Radisson grill room. Reserve your tables early— No Charge f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

r.'0U* I It •tl "HE TRIBUNE iitered at the Poatofflce, Bismarck, N. D., aa Second Class Matter. iSUED E VERYDAYEXCEPT SUNDAY iUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month I .80 Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at J2:00, noon, Dec. 30, 191C: Temperature at 7:00 a. —18 Temperature at 12:00, noon .... Highest yesterday —12 Lowest last night —18 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 10—E Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Sunday rising temperature fresh southwest winds. Temperature —14 14 0 r.G —12 20 —20 —20 —10 6 Calgary Calgary Chicago Galveston Helena Kansas City ... Moorhead Pierre Prince Albert St. Paul WilliBton Winnipeg Swift Current No report —18 4 ORRLS W. ROB'RTS, Meteorologist. 4» Dishonest men conceal their faults from themselves, as well as others honest men know and confess them*—La...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1916. SOCIETY Concert Company To Sing At Country Club Reception The Mme. June Reed Concert com­ pany of New York will be one of the attractions at the annual reception Returns From Visit. Miss Esther Lindor, who has been spending her holidays with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindor, of near Mandan, has returned to the Bis- marck hospital to resume her duties as nurse. Entertains at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sorsdahl enter tained the first of the week at their home in Sixth street, at dinner. The. Returns After Visit er. Concludes Visit Here. Mrs. Lloyd Rader, wife of the newly elected deputy commissioner of agri­ culture and labor, who lias been the guest over the holidays of Mrs. D. E. Shipley, of Fifth street, returned Fri­ day to her home in Dickinson. She was accompanied by Miss Jeanette Shipley, who will SRend several days there as her guest. Modern Brotherhood Dance. Members of the Modern Brother­ hood of America will give one of their mid-winter dancin...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

i' «v. SIX you tu^r-iv kNOto WIS B!"ZNUS£ 0^=- ^SiNtrXOOR HAND ANO SWEARING- Ntiw Year* W 4 OFF ON Winter Suits Made-to-Order Repairing and Pressing Neatly Done First Class Work. Frank Krall TAILOR. WflErt YOU ASK FOR BUTTER 6 HORTAERn For & rim ICHT First Fall Goes to Minot Boy in 19 and and the Second in 15 Minutes CROWD SEES BEST CARD OF SESAON Brandau Handicapped After First 5 Minutes by a Broken Finger l'inning Uio shoulderH or his rival to 11m mat, Ihe first fall in 1!) and Uio second in 15 minutes—both with a face lock and a bar lock on the arm— H. North won his match over George Rrnnduu, the Montana wonder, at the armory last night. The falls were two straight. It was the best and most interesting card of the season. Early in the bout, North broke the first tinker on Brandau's right and. The Minot boy paused a second or more in lh6 struggle and asked his opponent if the digit was broken. Brandau declared no. The contest went on, but it was seen that the Mon tanan was in ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

I'MMI.rl if hti 8ATURDAY.DEC. 30, 1916. urn rrrrfrimtt to Hired. &y letter Tractor School: is conducted in con­ nection with one of the world's larg est tractor shops, affording practi Mial and inexpensive instruction in branches of tractor operation .and care. Terms start January 2, *. 'February 5, March 12. Small tui jy.ft. tip fee. Enter any day first week of.term. Free catalogue. Minneap olis Steel & Mach. Co., 29th St. and ^linnehaha Ave., JSiimetfpolifl, Hfiifn. 12-2|5-5t WANTED—Girl for general house work phone 657 or call at 504 Man dan Ave. 12-30-6t WANTED—Woman cook, chamber­ maid and waitress at Banner House. 12-29-3t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Apply Cowan's drug store or 512 Ave. A._ 12-28-6t WANTED—At~once—Ten ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell well es­ tablished line to our dealers pre­ vious experience not 'necessary good pay railroad fare paid. Good ri$h 'Drug Co, Dept. 481 Omaha, Nek 12-2-5SDS WANTlB—Good Catholic housekecp er references require...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1916

K, H'fi •:\::m ',v, 1 HOHl STATE MY IAKE PAPER (United Press) 8t. Paul, Dec. 09.—'Minnesota may go into the paper making industry. At a meeting of tbe state timber board to­ day State Auditor Preus asked' the board to investigate tbe pulp wood be­ longings of tbe state, with a view of presenting them to the next session of the legislature in a move to secure necessary legislation. WINS RECOGNITION. B. 'E. Jones, Bismarck agent for the New York Life, this morning receiv­ ed from Thomas A. Buckner, first vice president, a card certifying that he is one of the "Hundred Leaders" selected from 6,000 agents on the ba. sis of this year's business. ^7 I 'jt ^f fff i( jvfw* & Itr eccu'Siy W" i^verli. XV fv edg-e ha* 'and pvery uook ^id corner t: -"L-uijwiiori- tb. is an eager demand for -$/' the ear at second-hand. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high. The price of the Touring Car or Roadster complet...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

!, *y -5 *'t T. The Weather Fair and Warmer. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO.<p></p>TAGE OLD OFF®. ACT Membership and Program Is Uni que in Annals of North •W'f .•:-,^.r Dakota HANNA AND FRAZIER WILL ADDRESS BODY WEDNESDAY Outgoing and Incoming Govern Deliver Message House Chamber ors in At high uoon tomorrow, the Fif­ teenth general assembly, the first in the history of North Dakota and per­ haps in the world so completely con trolled by the tiller of the soli, will convene for a session upon which the eyes of the nation are centered. Never before in the history of any state has a movement so radical gain­ ed such a momenhum and swept its sponsors into so general a domination of every branch of the state govern ment, the legislature and the judiciary. I The men who are to carry out the pro' gram adopted by r0,000 farmer mem­ bers of the Non-Partisan league as semble tomorrow to receive their oaths of office and to select the offi­ cers who will serve them during the ensuing 60 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

W & two (Continued from Fags One) tunt part of the line to give the neces­ sary instructions. In sending this greeting to the Ger­ mans there were further complica­ tions of difference of time, the Ger­ mans observing continental time, which is one hour ahead of British and French clocks. To avoid all doubt, the British artillery fired sig­ nal salvos at both 11 o'clock and mid­ night. Low black clouds scudded over tli«* battle area this last night of the old year, and its successor was born, an a howling wind, which caught up ami carricd away the thunder of the guns. The grim booming was swept far beyond the battle line until it mingled with the church bells suin .moning the people to prayer in the war-bound villages of France, M-vt-r*---'! •. .. }•?**. BISMARCK ALLIES FEEL CONFIDENT AS NEW YEAR OPENS 1 We Wish You the most rollicking good time it has ever been your good fortune to enjoy, not only for this one joyful season, but for every day that it to follow in your long life...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

fi 'l I iV S •/t a 'iiiu I MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1917. Will Preside Over Senate Leaders Claim All But Thirteen in Lower House Have Es­ poused Non-Partisanship WILEY STILL REFUSES TO LEAVE WOOD FIELD IjfEorton County Member Regard* ed as Candidate for Speaker ship by Friends "One hundred house members will participate in the league caucus this afternoon," A. E. Bowen, league or­ ganizer and certain choice for clerk of the house, declared today. This means, if Mr. Bowen's esti­ mate proves correct, that the league has gained 19 legislators since the No­ vember election. At that time the league elected 81 members, and 32 were named on independent Republi­ can or Democratic tickets. The league at all times has been conceded a clear majority of 49 in the house. This es­ timate gives the league all but 13 members of that body—and 13 is a very unlucky number for a minority, when the majority has 100. Hendrlckson Minority Leader. 'Staale Hendrickson, minority lead­ er, and one of the few forme...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

..v<p></p>W., -Si k\ *d #af-* -*-.. Of If -f-i THE TRIBUNE •ntared at th« Poatofflce, Bismarck, N. D.. aa Beoond Clasa Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month 9 -60 Daily, by mail, per year 4-00 Weekly, by maU, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (BataUiabed 1873) THE ISSUE OF PEACE. If public sentiment in this country, in respect of the European war situ­ ation which is rapidly developing to­ ward a crisis, is to be based upon an intelligent conception ot the facts, it is important that the vital moves and their significance in the tremend­ ous drama which is now being enact­ ed be kept constantly in mind. The "aloofness" from foreign diplo­ macy and intrigue which has been the boast of these United States from the day ot their independence came to an abrupt end on iMonday, Dec. 18, 191 (, when President Wilson, responding to 'Germany's plea for a peace conference...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

w~" f: i". v.: •V MONDAY, BU£7 1,1»1T. Country Clu&meceptlon at HcKenzH This Evening Local Elks Min SOCIETY The McKenzie Fftel will be the scene this eveninjj of a brilliant as­ semblage of people when the annual reception and dancing party of the Bismarck Country club will be staged there. Several hundred guests are ex­ pected to attend, among them Gover­ nor and Mrs. Lynn J. Frazier and fam­ ily, and Lieutenant Governor A. T. Kraabel. A special attraction has been arranged by the entertainment committee, who will present three not­ ed artitss, Mme. June Reed, violinist, Miss Genevieve Gilbert, soprano, and Miss Alice McElro^r, pianist, members of the Mine. June (Reed Concert Com­ pany of New York- They have been engaged for the evening and will give musical numbers throughout the eve­ ning. Dancing wijl begin at 9 o'clock and O'Connor's orjchestra will furnish the dance music. To Stage trel Next Week Friday and Saturday, January 12-13, are the dates chosen for the Elks minstre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

If^ SIX s«.y A is jS I cfonp I N (irwiLL C0M5. IN AfM- NM-J THE CUB JSVAJUr reporter Bovcorrr 5E£|^(f the New VEAR. @lt7 iNru -XNb teAuro MB ISHAM HULL State Will Ask for Change CASE IS OUTCOME E of Venue Following- Beer.'s Dismissal of Case OF RECENT RAID The case of the stale against, Isham I. Hall, charged with maintaining a common nuisance, was dismissed in the court of Justice of the Pence An­ ton Heer last week. Hall was one of the six caught in the net thrown out by Attorney General Linde a week ago. Evidence pointed toward bootleg­ ging and blindpigging but. was not suf­ ficient to bind the prisoner over lo the district court, on the .specific charge, according to the court. Following the dismissal, a warrant, was immediately sworn to by the at­ torney general, charging Hall with the same offense. He was arrested by Sheriff French yesterday. The state will ask for a change of venue, it is understood. Hall has been furnishing thrills in local courts of late. He has the dis- w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

4 j' I" I 1' ... *4 .V? 1 ft ir. gar f&'VS&yMZZ**B8L»* til ais elgMt wttk SALESlikAN WANTED—Lubricating "HilCgw «se," specialties, paint part ""^or WhblV "t'fWeV commission basis gftp orfetfypw for spring and sum: .^'m^ ^lwjry man with rig prefer VTedr. vRiveiside Refining Co., Cleve latidV 1-1-lt WANTlEO—Salesmen to seii~direct to consumer, on commission basis, gro­ ceries! oils a&d paint tor the best and oldest Chicago house. Writ No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash in .Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'dock P. M. NQW TO ANSWER BLINU AM. mvnura or fcltJata. care Tribune must fee Up Rrmt by latter addreaaed to the knkr ^rta in the ad. Tribune Hopee mi not permitted to tell who IV advertiser It. Mall or send your newer to Tribune No. and **e •ill forward It to the adTertlaer. HELP WANTED WANTED—Girl for general house work phone 657 or call at 504 Man dan' Ave^ l2-30-6t Wanted—Woman eook, chamber­ maid and waitress at Banner House. 12...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 January 1917

TO THE FOBLIC Sum of $549.86 Contributed Dur­ ing Holidays for the Poor of Bismarck BUSINESS MEN AMD LODGES GAVE FREELY The sum of $549.86 was contributed to the Salvation Army's Christmas ef­ fort, according to the report made public this afternoon by Captain James Murphy. Thirty-one baskets of provisions were given out, many containing enough to supply a family for over a week 172 warm garments, 21 pairs of shoes, eight pairs of rub­ bers. in all 449 presents and toys were given away with the baskets, and at the Christmas tree at the barracks Christmas night. Captain Expresses Gratitude. "In spite of the severe storm." says the captain in his report, "1 wish to thank the public of Bismarck, which gave so liberally to help those in less fortunate circumstances, and especi­ ally to The Tribune for the publicity. Many were the expressions of grati­ tude from those served. Then, too, it was a great treat to watch the chil­ dren at the big turkey feed, given through the kindness of Bou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

Itl li I* "V «e The Weather Pair and Colder. E Senate Threshes Out Organization Differences on Floor of That Body COMMITTEE TO NAME COMMITTEES Non-aPrtisan Slate Goes Through in Lower Body Without Friction The Fifteenth general assembly got smoothly under way at high noon to­ day. The two houses were organized without any apparent friction, and in the lower chamber, particularly, the prearranged program was carried through without a hitch. After opening prayer in the house by Dr. J. G. Moore, district superin­ tendent of the Methodist Episcopal church, and in the senate by Rev. E. F. Alfson, roll was called by W. D. Austin and M. G. George, respectively, and the legislators who are to tfar ticipate in the state's most interesting session were sworn in by Chief. Jus­ tice Andrew A. Bruce in the senate and Associate Justice A. M. Christian son in the house. Wood's Choice Unanimous. After the name of Howard R. Wood of Deering had been placed in nom­ ination by representatives from prac...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

M. 8 W-' 1 1 -M to f' 0 a I I I 3? 7 two I |i 1.? .J' Two Leaders Advance From Five Points on Open ing (United Press.) New York, Jan. 2.—The stock mar­ ket broke upward today. The up- te 'Allies' answer to the German peace note definitely set back pros­ pects of peace at this time. Leading stacks were up two to Ave points and continued to rise on the day's selling. The new year began with substan­ tial, gains in the stock market, based largely on the course of the interna­ tional events over the holidays. War shares and related issues were fore­ most, but no part of the list was neglected. ton DEWS Id IE CANDIDATE FOR MI'S CLERHSHIP Immeidately upon his arrival in Bis mar last night, John 0. Lowe of Mi :net definitely announced his with­ drawal from the race for clerk of the supreme court. It was generally be­ lieved that Mr. Lowe would land the appointment, and he was a candidate, hut recent developments have per euaded him to withdraw from the field. Jn Mtfrch Mr. Lowe will open a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

V. I (Associated Press.) Boston, Jan. -2.—Suggestions tor re­ storing the''balance of power in base­ ball, -which he contends has been tost by the defensive side of the game, were advanced toddy toy President Percy D. iHaughton of the Boston Na­ tional club. •-u Here are six ideas 'Move first and third ibases about.. four or five feet .nearer, home.. ..plate, not disturbing the position.. of second. Eliminate the spit ball deliv­ ery. Let the batter walk on three ^alls. Have only one foul strike. Havo a much more drastic balk interpretation. Reduce the -width of the plate •by a few inches. SVEEN RESIGNS TO TAKE POSITION WITH MINOT BANK Minot, N. D., Jan.. 2.—After six years of service as manager of the Stone, Or dean, Wells & Co., wholesale house Dr. Caldwell's 6yrup Pepsin Relieves Chronic Case of Long Standing. After a long period of suffering •with liver and- bowel trouble that brought on piles,' during which she had tried many remedies without ob­ taining relief, Mrs. 'Mary ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

THE TRIBUNE Cntered at the PoatofAca, Bismarck, N. D., as Second Claw Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month 9 .80 Dally, by mall, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.(0 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THB STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Eatabllahed 1178) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, January 2, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. 16 Temperature at 12 noon 24 Highest yesterday 26 Lowest last night 12 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 15-SW Forecast For North Dakota Fair tonight and probably Wednesday no decided change in temperature. Temperature Calgary 18 Chicago 22 Galveston 62 Kansas City 34 Moorhead 4 Pierre 22 Prince Albert 12 St. Paul 6 Wiltlston 16 Winnipeg 6 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. OLE'AN THE WALKS. Drastic steps Bhould be taken iby Commissioner Best of the street de­ partment to s&e that some of the main thoroughfares are put in better shape. The sidewalk on Broadwa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

'S I •f •''"r-V: 1 I I TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1917. cv Country Club Reception Was Brilliant Affair Possibly one of the most brilliant af fairs ever given by the Bismarck coun try club was the annual reception and dancing party last evening in the din­ ing room of the McKenzie hotel. Two hundred guests attended, Including aaembers of the club and their friends. Noted among the guests were a num­ ber of the legislators. The hours were from 9 o'clock to 12. One of the features -was the entertainment fur­ nished by a trio of musicians including Mine. June Reed, violinist, Miss Gene "vieve Gilbert, soprano, and Miss Alipe McElroy, pianist, members of the Mme. June Reed Concert Company of iNew York City. The dancing was in­ terspersed by solos presented by the personnel of the company. The spa­ cious dining room presented a bril­ liant scene with the brilliancy of the lights and the beautiful gowns of the women. E. H. L. Vesperman was chairman of the entertainment com­ mittee. SOCIETY Smart ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 January 1917

WJ hup- ft Sit a SCOOP ,K '"Tlu* sfrxw t- Donr MIND VMJR~ ypeww MT iNCr- WITH COST OF WtMr W KEEPING A HtN ^nn'orRce OHLVKEEPrr" f\WAH FROMfl£! -C- ,. Hu jf*~ t.y 'ml* CJruvvd Dtmutiulml I'luioli Mutoli liotwoim Horuanl and Kitrhiiiiuarrl BAUJfiY SAYS HE IS 1 THRU WITH REFEIIF.F.INO Finn (liupplor l'niva Stimiit-iou In llolul'iy t'avd Atlrue Muii (N(i»u hit to The Tribune} .Imuoninw n, I •. .iiin J, The mi nuiliieriiioiil til' lldoi'i'o Ilullov Hull llif wi'ivilttur. miitcli holwoou Ton.x lit1!' tuiril iiinl Henry Km hiniMiin wiih ii dritw, cihimmI ii ni'iir riot yonlortluy ill llio hi iiihi'.n Km man hail uMulmul olio fall mill IiimI iilnuutlcil over nil hour wlioti I ho rol'ornn muile t\ln tlocl mIoh, Niiiiio til' I ho crowd dlioiili'il for i\ lliifli o|' thi' mulch iiitd thoro worn IV W cut onUii mill orton of "luKc" mid "rotten," 'I'lio nuiloiliy of llio crowd iwood, Imwi'vrr, lliul llio rout lorn hml liolh idtuwn tho bo»i that tlovy had mill tlml iimlor llio olroiiiuHtnncoi tho...

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