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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 February 1902

TN! ITR MOUIITAIN'S ANACONDA EPARTMIENT HIt S1CHOOL 1?LAN 3OAf.D 07 IED.UOCTION TO D.OXtD ON TaHR TOMORROW. HAVE PLENTY TO' CHOOSE FROM Architects Have Indulged in a Sharp Competition-The Work Is to Be Rushed, Says President Fitzpatrick. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 28.-The board of edu cation will meet tonight to consider the acceptance of plans and specifications for the new high school building which have been submitted to them by a num ,er of well-known architects. "We intend to get at the construction of the new high school just as quickly as possible," said President FitzPatrick today. "We do not want any more delay than possible for the school must be finished and ready for occupancy before the fall term opens. We can't do anything to wards buying the ground or starting work upon the structure, however, until we have placed the $58,000 in bonds re cently authorized by the citizens of Anaconda. Has Not Replied. We offered these bonds to the state treasurer which...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 February 1902

MINS STORAS OUR .COPRoDUCERS Di A '"a A MIýS AD Iýlnin PROSECT WOMAN STRIKES IT POLZS=D THE NAD 01 A DRILL WITH AOZL.. STUCK RIGHT TO HER WORK Bar Husband Hustled the Food--Ore Assays 8,000 Ounces of Silver and Some Gold Per Ton. For years Mrs. John Kay has been de veloping the King mine near Mineral Park, says Our Mineral Wealth of Kings man, Ariz. The tenderfoot may think we mean that she hired the work done, but not so. Mrs. Kay entered the mine her self and hit the head of a drill with the energy of hope. She cut the fuse, hit the cap, tamped the powder and return ed into the smoke to see the result of the shot just like an old miner, which she is. "Hope deferred maketh the heart sick," but nothing could shake her faitn that riches were In that mine, maybe in one more shot. While Jack rustled on the outside for grub to feed the hurr'o and for powder Mrs. Kay was putting in hard licks in search of the pay streak. Vein of Rich Ore. Monday she went back after a round of holes prepa...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

beitena Hrnaso qeaI Lfb*~ +k ti t BUJTTE LNT MOUNTAIN VOL. XXI. NO. 290 BUTTE. MONTANA, SA V LING. MARCH 1, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS ORLAT [[OOlS [XI1RINCEII. IN K 1)1 F1W MORE BODIES CAN B[ WESTERN PART Of PENNSYLVAMi RECOVERED UNTIL _IiT SNOW M[ITS Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Damage Done Along River RAILROADS UNDER WATER M Bomee of Desolation and Great De struation of Property Was Visible This Morning Along the Schuykill R Prom Its Souroe to Its Mouth Baltimiore and Ohio Railroad Is Said G4 to Be the Worst Sufferer, Part of Its Traek Being Abandoned. (By Associated Press.) Philadelphia, March 1.-What is said to have been the greatest flood that has t1 ever been experienced along the Schuyl- t, kill river,, certainly the most destructive us in recent years, tore Its way down that hi stream last night and early this morning se and from its source to its mouth-120 84 miles-damage that will reach into hun- ly dreds of thousands of dollars was done. di There is great anxiety for nig...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

YISITISCONCUD[9D STATE STRON BOXIMEROfR Of ROAD RIACE WITH HILL ram RM 8Y XA" !EARTED ON aS 'ýrESTH 1 TRfl. DIIlIER AT GERMAN EMBASSY Was a Crushing Crowd to Call Upon His Highness-Ball Room Was Turned Into a Banquet Hall -Beautiful Decorations. (By Associated Press.) Washington, March 1.--Prince Ilenry's visit to the national apital had a lit tling,culmnination last night in a splendid dinner at the German embassy, and later a tremendous outburst of popu lar enthusiasm from the German resl dents of Washington ats the lainier 1tt visitor was about to start for his Soulh ern and Western tour. The dinner was gi en at the (Grmai embassy at 8 o'clock, the priici Is'ing the guest of honor and those invited to meet him being rI preseniatives of th e highest official and diplomatic so" riles. As the guests arrived they were met by Ambassador von I ulleben and us sorted to the hands iuie draftwing rauo m, where they were iireise'ted to I'in uiu Henry. Owing to the large number present the s...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

Metauas Lrgestrsery Mar. 1 Opeq Till 10 Tonight. Saturday Bargains 'It pays to trade at Lutey Bro.'s" Sweet navel oranges, extra heavy and juicy, 40c size. Today, dozen ........ ........ ........25c Fine juicy lemons, dozen........10c Fancy bananas, dozen ..........21c VEGETABLES Fine ripe tomatoes, pound .....25e Fresh spinach, pound ..........10c Crisp white celery, hunch 6Vdc and ........ ........ ............Sc Green onions, dozen bunches 35c; 3 for ............ ..............10c Young beets, 3 bunches.......... 10c Columbia Garden hothouse lettuce., pound ........ ........ ........30c Selected sweet potatoes, pound..Sc CRACKERS Ginger snaps, 30c barrel, tolay 25c Fresh graham waters, full pound package, worth 20c, today......1kc Soda crackers, 20c package, to day .......... ...... ...........150 Cocoanut pars, regular 20c, today, pound ...... ...... ...... ......15c Strictly Fresh Eggs Doz. 30C POULTRY Fancy stock is getting scarcer. We have some extra fine stock for today. Plu...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

BAILY INT[R MOUNTAIN Isued Every Evening. Except Sunda7. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, !a West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of litte. SUBSCRTPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......57.50 By carrier, per month................ .76 SATURDAY, MAtCIi 1, 1402. A GREAT tULOGY. Secretary Hay's ''ulogy of tie lt Ie Prt.iient Willkiam McKinley will art Into history as one of the most sw'holaily ant eloquent orations ever d-livere.d in this couuntr'y. In leanly of distiton, in stnti mn-itt, in pathos it ei.uabs. if it does not transcend, ltlalne's eulogy of (iiiriteld. This mii y he party leranse thet viiihanitir of McKinley was inure interesting nmul his aihievemnents grlater than were rho,! of (imrflell, and party heniiuse ii. lie wh ich 4e.retarry Huy lbore Miili ey was deeper than thait which Blaine hadi for (hirlield. (ivien the liame iuiject tend the aonse in...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

Ownership of a Steliway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment In i"..', Good taste In susic. and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montana Music Co. 119 N. 11ain St BARGAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 Fountain Gold Pens With Indestructible Caps Only $1.00 Waterman Ideal Pens, Par ker's Lucky Curve Pens, Ink stands of all kinds, Office sup plies, Typewriting Papers and Mineograph Supplies. EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North flain Street, Butte. Cosmos Pictures Finest print reproductions of mnas terpieces. 2,000 on consignment for 30 days. Prices 6x8......bo for 25c, 5o for $I.oo 10X14.... 4 fcr 35C, 20 for $1.oo For home and school decoration. Better for teaching than any other half-tones in the world. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Not One Woman Who has ever cooked with gas is willing to go back to coal or wood. That is worth considering. Come, let us show you the ad vantages of a gas range. Gas Office 202 N. flain TH...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

CLUB AND SOGIETY NOTES West Side Shakespeare Club. Owing to a ,filsunderstandting, the at tendance was small 'it the meeting of toe West Side Shakespeare club on Tues 5y tuening. At the previous meeting *e matter of postponement had been discussed so as to permit the members to attend the Shakespearean play on that night. Some thouglit this had been decided on, and so went to the play or stayed home. "This was the more regretted because Mrs. Kress, president of the Dillon Shakespeare club, was present and at the request of President Nuckolds gave u brief and interesting sketch of the manner In which the Iill',n ilub tttudi ed the immortal bard. She concludedl by stating that in the month of Aprl her club would play "Merchant of Ventie," and she Invited the West Side club to at tend, if not in a )ol'y to In 'l a fe.v il* egates at le:sit, a suggct;l in W'h it the club seemed to approve of. Current (' e'ts ir. t l: u: serl, tn1 When the iluestito h: wit opend"I it Vfove,1 full jr inte...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

THIS IS SAINT DAVID'S OWN DAY WHEN CYMRY FOLK MAKE MERRY This is the day onf baoh the` Welsh do honor to their patron saint. It Is St. David's own dart The Irish may have all the fun they want on March 17, and the English may celebrate to their heart's content the day set a.part for their own St. George, but all true-born sons of Wales will observe today in honor of hib#q who 18 centuries ago delivered theirtland from ignorance and superstition. ButtE has a considerable number of Welshmen in its cosmopolitan popu lation, many of them prominent in the affairs of the city, and while there is no regular Welsh organization, they very frequently get together and make, merry with the songs and customs of their fatherland. Ever since the days of the old Welsh bards, the country has been notod as the home of music. It is as natural for the pretty girls from St. David's land to sing as it is for the nightingale to pour forth his melody to the moon. Among the well-known citizens of Butte who ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

ý"ý ý" ý ýýý ýý. ý, ý -, ý} ,, c ' ýF .ý a L M/V A.A AM **9 ara """" -- " A5LFLMh rat Other managers in the Pacifle North- wil 'vest league are getting anxious over the Me reported moves of Manager McCloskey a ii of Butte. Though "Mac" hasn't been heard front with any alarming frequency it at this end of the line. he has been in vi communication with the president of the ad league in regard to cuntracts to be ap- (0u proved, and has also written to players nun who have talked. wi Through these channels the mysterious $; manager has been shown up as a foxy n~o boy, who Is after some of the best avail- p able timber, and some of the stories of los the offers lie has made and the men he a. Is after have raised the hair of the league magnates. J The smooth wirepuller for the Butte $1,0 association has just signed two men, ups whom lie is banking on for star players. tiar One of these Is Oliver J. Burns of Still- tan water, Minn., who Is engaged as pitcher. clet In writing of Burns McClo...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

TN! IflT[ý MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA D[PARTII[NT LODOE ROOM FUN1 113. AND mRa. SMITH GOM'PELLWD TO MARRY AGAIN. SURPRISED BY THEIR FRIENDS Protherhood of American Yoemen Have a Little Pleasure at the Close of the Regular Xeeting Last Night. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 1.-Will Smith, who holds a responsible position with the foundry department of the A. C. M. Co.. and wife were treated-to a thorough surprise last night at the meeting of tho lodge of the Brotherhood of American Yeomen, of which order they are mem bers. Someone discovered that yesterday was the twentieth anniversary of the mar riage of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, so the idea of having the couple married over again was conceived. Everything went along well until the lodge was about to close In regular form, when one member preferred charges against Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Ordered to Retire. Just what the charges were is not clear; anyway, the accused members were ordered to retire to the ante room until certain suptosed ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

INE WS O F I IISTORIES OF SMO0N T*ANA iiH MING PROSPECTS AND CAP PRODU_ ~CERS~ RUMORS Of DEALS IT IS SAID THAT THE REVENUE MINE HAS BEEN SOLD. BUTTE MEN AFTER GALENA The Property Is Owned by P. V. Jack son, Who Has Been Offered a Snug Sum of Money Fcr It. A report was current ic the city ye.i terday to the effect that the Rieve'nueo mine, located on ltchtind Flats, Madi son county, had been sold, but neither the purchase price nor the names tif the purchasers were mentioned in connectirn with the rumored delt. The Revenue has been worked almost Continually for 20 years, and has yield' I many thousands of dollars for is owners. The company operating it was the first to introduce the cyannie process of treit ing ore In the state of Montana, aued since the introduction of the process the company has us.el it continuously i-c connection with its staitp mill. The property is, or was, owned by a Mr. Newhouse and others of Itenve r. If the property has been sold the deal Was evidently cons...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

LT SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. I........ . ..../...............- -...- - - - - -......I..........~lil~l~iý Deer Lodje. (Special to Inter 'Mountain.) DEER LODGE, March 1.-Arthur D. Kennedy and Miss Matildi, Colenso of Marivlile were married in the office of the clerk of the district court Wednesday morning, Justice O. E. Em erson performing the ceremony In the presence of A. D. Goodfellow and War ren E. Evans, who acted as witnesses. Mrs. M. W. Trask and Miss Mabel Ileaumont, two of Deer Lodges' true lovers of music, left Thursday morning for Helena., where they enjoyed heafing Madam Nordics that evening. They were highly pleased with the splendid program that was rendered. Peter Valiton returned Tuesday even ing from a trip of about a month in Ore gon and California. He thoroughly en joyed the trip and is feeling much bet ter than when he went away. ,JIe left his son Clarence in school in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shaubut w nt over to Avon Tuesday on a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Al...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

-4 V/l 1// tiii..IWIi"II I IL 1EMIL cub women now have their thoughts turned biennialward. Juat now the Eastern page s and tihe California pa ic; are full of the subject; the former wondering what effect the disgracteful Irouble of the Woman's club oif ('ii. a4.o will have on the h'l. tIi n o c' rtaun slat-d candi d~at is. There has hi en a together ton much sitt'e gi ven tinat vith, om'ng to the tact that it Is thi' largest woman's club in thy' wrtls--one of the first-- anti having in its nmembi:ship satne of the most notieI women of tb' We, t. 'Ibhe mildest thing the Washington Iptpet's had to say of the 1). A. It. i'tngreSi was editorially In the Post: "Whenever two or It' 00 womj'en are gathered to gether In anybody's name, there will imtin t.y te among themn. It may be that alter the meeting there won't be a member of any toinatn's club in tIe entire West tit to feel that she has the 11911h to weat' her own (-lo this. Any thing for excitement," says that stircic: organ. The Col...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

I" ,14 ---- ##* * ** **********# .X ###3F # * * COMING ATTRACTIONS. * *F # B Sutton's New Grand. * * March 2, 3, 4-"For Her Sake." * * * * Union Family Theater. * ' March 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7-"He For- * * gave Her." * "2, * * Margaret Theater, Anaconda. * ? Dark. * I .'* # ******i****** HE'S been a goad old wagon, but she's done broke down." That was the terse and forceful opinion of one of the gallery gods as the audience filled out from the Mod jeska-James production at Button's Broadway Monday night, and while those who heard him could not suppress the touch of pathos that the words forced out, they could not refrain from echo ing, "She's done broke down." Occasionally, flashes of her old-time fire lit up the piece, that not even the masterly work of James nor the splen did support of such people as Norman, Hackett and Coffin Cook could save it from the criticism of being weak. Tuesday's matinee performance of the "Merchant of Venice" was somewhat better, the piece giving the grea...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

{ biII1I -is T IllS W EK nitnisrd tire tlitttrig I! a numbir of lillely Vwiml ti tmori irngnintit ittiris. Hunw 'tril ii'' iii witi enough In theIr' ta'. but when it k tmes in ithgi'irti Mlintetingi' girth'iionatit'iirriani siftu eli:IInu Iou II country rnd ''ry few to the Eait. The past fuiw we'ek'tt, i'vi'n sintet the i'rninti'liitte 'tlmot of L.eri I hrav inI"nr a whlrltroil of gayet y arid thry are racily In rsti'r if r's t. A Iiirk at lii' treItty faces of the i iutt s f sieguildthl nitrat it iiini ruiggie a tnt It.Hut thyti' ar riot stop ant say thi'y'ri' til for somtti iitier tlrnd, alit' on neliii' P, wlvj. iir is received iii a sirlal sins'). loaggi'iled les ail waa iy liru inis lahir wayw bu cared for. wy the nay. 1itte wImen fort cozey lri u itiiing L rre nI toi reirdinifti Ic N v.r Sere the nastage and euauty dfitors kept so lucy. The ca ii'f Ilie ilI, the IronIng out of wrileeks ard gev rnrl heautify ing i'oilio Lenty ha 't i.nt fac left taeant. Odiie and Is d ovtlndg t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

'mb Di MISB bLIV E WHITING. It is a common belief that geniuses are j,,lous of each other, always. If this 1i true, Butte has a trio of young ar tistes who are the exception, proves the rule-Mrs. W. H. Cochran, Miss Mar garet Trask and Miss Olive Whiting. These three have appeared so often be fore the Butte public in entertainments and club functions that they are estab lished favorites. They are the closest of friends, prac The Holbrook Luncheon. Mrs. Holbrook gave a luncheon on Friday in honor of Mrs. C. W. Clark and Mrs. Will A. Clark, who will leave for California. The table was as dainty as could be imagined with its trimmings of pink, green and white. The chandelier v:was trimmed in green and white shades, from which was suspended a beautiful shower of white hyacinths and aspara gus fern, the latter trailing out over the table with artistic effect. Directly under the chandelier was laid an exquisite pink satin bow, through which were thrust sprays of hyacinths. Nonsense rhymes...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 March 1902

RUNIA O LDI h. w .pý+T.Y ýh .t uLIAt4 A . NIGHT-. ITYR T teYP i Gr Mer ; N' 3oHr~or4 I/t MkCE LM '' R L TF L. A L N/Y*F E M R R JOHN S ALLEN V IRGINIA CITY, in famous Alder Gulch! The very mention of it suggests vigilantes, road agents, adventurers, miners-the best and worst products of the adventurous rovers from the Eastern states. In Imagination's eye are seen by all the activities of life in the early days of the world's most famous placer mining camp the busy streets in the embryo city-the crowded cabins and tents-the heavy-laden freight teams, oftentimes drawn by 12 or 18 yoke of cattle and herded by picturesque bull whackers. In the evening might he seen muddy figures emerging from the gravel pits and underground drifts, elated with the results of the day's toil. Later they could be seen with pans of golden dust, which many of the owners of the claims had been anxiously awaiting, that they might make their nightly attack on the gamb ling table and revel in the dance halls. Ea...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 March 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUN' AIN VOL. XXI. NO. 291 EUTTE. MONTANA. MONDIAY EVENING. MARCH 3, 1902, PRICE FIVE CENTS HENRY Of FRUSSIA ON HIS FLYINB TRWI TIIROU(6f THE SOUTHLAND (By Assoctated Pess.) St. Louis, Mo., March 8.-Prince Henry of Prussia spent four hours in St. Louis today, during which time he was royally entertained. A short reception at the union station and the presentation of an address of welcome by Mayor Wells and a shnilar address by a committee of Ger man army and naval veterans.,preceded a drive through the business section of the city to the west end, where, at the St. Louis club, Prince Henry and his suite, with the reception committee, were breakfasted. There Mayor Wells presented Prince Henry a superb basket of sterling silver, ornamented with an insignia in gold con taining the address presented earlier by Mayor Wells. To the address the prince responded briefly. Prince Arrives. When the special train of Prince Henry steamed into union station at 7:07 a. m. It was greet...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 March 1902

WORST IS TO UMA MAlrx o.P NOW TTzLL cLING TO THE MOUNTAIN. EXPECT ANOTHER ANY MINUTE Work of Reseuing the Bodies Is Slow Because of the Lack of Men-Thurs day's Victims Were Buried Yesterday Afternoon. (133y .%sso'rated Prues.) Telluride, !March 3.- ,int nger' tio inrlllel' and mining property in the distilet fromt tenowslides is by )no lmlilanns all'yed. The banks of snow still rling to thie llh n tain sides, ihrelteoning d'le iltr tlon to everything neni'iith t h Iiun. .lToday word ir'aichi'd Tlhirhlut Ithat the snow on the tiountaill neri' tihlli Tltb tall mine had rtelenii1ed its 11 grip on tihe' mountain silie and rui'ilihed to tihl iciyoi below, sweeping evierything Ibefore' it. The resi lence of lupa" rintons nl \'lt in Law of the Smtnugglir-I'nlion mine WAil. carried way, biut fortunttiely the oii'nu pantn had monved l i out on I nstullltialn from Manager C'olllns, who ftea lil ior their saifety. : gSecond Slide. SWhile n fore. of mnen wr. '(lea tin) aw ay the train, the s ri...

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