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TIIE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN', FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1918.
THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN
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Friday, December 20, 1918,
That German Nary
., ) At flrdt blush tha proposed sinking
of the surrendered German fleet look
1 lik a wholly aansoeaaory capitula
tion to asotlmsnt, but on seoond
thought thsrs most coma to tha avar
' ags mind tha conviction that the beat
iatsrsstsj of humanity, and tha uni-
vsrsaj desire for peace that will en
. ur oan ba boat served by sanding
(bo Oenun warships, now in British
hsads, to tha bottom of tha aea. True,
there will bo than recorded a wanton
wast of million of dollars' worth of
too' material which could bo used
along altruistlo Uses, but German
navy at th bottom of tha oea can
' nsvsr bo Mgarded ee menac to
th psaes and ssourity of mankind.
In other, word,' a long ss ths for
msr Qrmaa navy rsmainsd on tb
turfac of tb watar tb power that
brontbt It lnt sains; would ao Ions'
cherish tb possibility that somsbody.
under mora fortuitous circumstances,
that navy might return to German
hand. . If it b true thai "dead man
tall no tale," w must belltv that a
sunken ' navy threaten no harm. A
. Germany stripped would be a Ger-T
many powerless. '
We mut consider, too, that the
previously suggested division of ths
surrendered fleet amons the allied na
tion would b eourss of proeedur
fraught With every possibility of dls
agreement and dissension. 'The pro
verblal difficulty 'which marks th dis
tribution of . prise ' at s baby show
would bs ss child's play com par d to
th task of dividing up th German
prls Ship between the -various mem
tiers of th entente.- As matter now
at and, England does not need any ad
dition to her fleet,' nor ' Is there any
pressing call for the increase of the
, United States navy. These two pow
ers are the moat' vitally concerned,
and with khess two agreed that the
German navy should be sunk, there
. Is no room for argument.
Many .will naturally deplore the
wanton waste of million of dollars'
worth of shipping which could be
used tn the transportation of food
supplies to suffering countries, but th
ultimate goal to be attained would
bs worth th sacrine. Perfect har
mony at the peace table is far more
essential than the acquisition of a few
VMebips by various power.
Spanish fleet.' even two abreast; they
could only com out one st a time,
and as each mad Its appearance It
was done t death by the assembled
American fleet outside. Yet eo great
was the American admiration for such
sportsmanlike conduct that the Span
lard Cervera was received aboard an
Amerlosji battleship more as a guest
than as a prisoner
Compare eh la Inetanre with the
ekulklng, cowardly conduct of the
Hun whose navy came out unacrateh
ed and unscathed because of Its four
yeare of biding. It would have had
everything to gain by a possible vic
tory, while every day It etayed tn ss
elusion the German navy associated
Itself with a toeing caue. Indeed one
wtll requisition his memory in vain
to recall auch a cowardly exhibition
Certainly there la no known record
where a nation that boasted of Ita
military spirit, aa did Germany, aur
rendered ao shamefully. The arm lea
and people of the South realised after
Gettysburg that the Southern cause
was lost, but they fought on with a
courage and heroism that ths world
still sdnvlrea Even when the armies
of Lee and ths people at home had
nothing better than parched corn on
which to live they continued to fight.
But Germany quit with a full stem-
America's Honor list
WASHINGTON. Dee. II. The fol
lowing casualties srs reported by the
oommsnder of the American expeOX
Killed In action
Died of wounde
Iled of accident and other causae
Died of airplane accident
Died of disease 1ST
Wounded severely Ill
Wounded (degree undetermined) II
Wounded ellghtly (t
Miming Jn action II
North Carolina's representation in
the foregoing figures la aa follow:
Hlllnd In Action.
Privates Krnwrt McCulloush. Morks-
vuie; Henry r. Itawlee, Tarboro
Walter W Btulta. Plllard.
IMed of Disease.
Privates Hoscoe Uhim Thompson
Grassy Creek; John lea, Caswell
county; Thrle Copeland. Edenton
James W. Cox, Elm City; John I
Lieutenant JUmes W. Alston. Ral
ikii; nergeanta William B. Oreen,
jewuern; r.rneat Hackney. Durham:
Joseph K. Hulln. Oreenenoro: Clvde
V. Wright. Durham: Cornnrala Hubert
m. Asniey, Chapel Hill; Jack Hicks
Canton: John Howen. Rldnmnnt!
Melvln Hutchlna, Union Mills; Bugler
rratiK J IWiy. CiolclatlOm: Maehiii r
leeorga M. Temple, Willow Bprlnss:
Privates Thomas J. Robinson, trader.
i; Jock Taylor, Blrdtown; Albert H.
wauwr. Blowing Rook; Edlaon Houck.
Marlon: Carl L. Rrnwn NewKe.rn-
josh narreii, wnitakars; ratrlck W,
Denver: Frsd H. Kerr
och: ehe threw ud her hande aa soon! c.hr,ot": Alfred Collins. Cressvllle;
ss she realised that the end wis only
a question of time.
Notes and Comments
"Buy War flsvlngs stamps; buy
If the allies decide to alnk tha our
rendered German fleet they ought to
pull off i the sinking-near tne spot
where the Lueitanen went down.
e e s
After thst ws would suggest that
pictures of Edith Cavell be shown all
Remember that when you buy War
Ravings stamps you ore hastening the
return of our soldiers
How Sibout your Christmas shop
ping? Only four more buying days.
H. Barnes, Wtlaon; Dan K. Gold, Bhei
by; Wayland L. Channel) rurfcn
Kddle C. Cornell. Thomasvllle; George
r. o.vwn, jrmevuie; Kirs P. Foster,
Mooksvllle; John Sprunt Devane,
Ivanhoe; Thomas R. Lupton, Whor
tonsvllle; John Sawyer, High Point.
' Wounded, Dfwree lTiule)tTmlned
Sergeants Zeno W. Smith, Lenoir;
Leon W. tfpehurch, Durhsm; Henry
Howard, Charlotte; Corporals Wil
liam Horace Michael, Marion; Roger
b &!??lI2ni. w"l?! Privates Ma.
J; '" Weaverville;. Carter
H. Smith, Lenoir; German H. Murphy
Thomasrvllle; Charles B. Cratt, Rose
mary; John Martin Withers, Char
lotte; James D. Keever. Greensboro.
Wound Ml SUghUy.
Sergeant Robert P. Cook. Altoma
haw; Privates Lucas B. Terguaon.
Wlnaton-Balem: Allen Rmr.m n
vllle; Cornelius Im.n i...
taanus Morgan, Candler; George W
i.r,; """; oennie p. Arch
i'vii, xiansomnfiie a
Durham: Clarence w. Mnu. r.
Aebury T. Tavlor. Tarhr? :
Winkler, Rhodbhw: Thomns'c Lo"
"'"" '"' -ry, i nomas B. Spencer,
MADE MEMBER 0
President Wilson Attends
Function Placing Joffre
PEES. P0IN0AEE IS
ONE OF AUDIENCE
Victor of Maine Formally
Numbered Among Forty
1 1 ft leTfa ss f1rir si mhBBBalni frntn tfisb
Ports arrived in London. BEOTION S.
lilt Anti-Corn Law agitation start
ed at Manchester, England.
1141 Louis Napoleon Bonaparte was rjri "
proclaimed preeldent of the n 2 ,,d,tnt causes
Killed In action
Died of wourrds
1141 John W. Kern, United states
ssnalor from . Indiana and
democratic nominee for vice
president In 1108. born in Ho
ward -unty, ' Ind. Died at
Ashevt , N. CI, August 17,
lS72-o-Gserge P. Putnam, ths smlnent
self-taught publisher, died In
New York city. Born at Bruns-
' wick, Me., February ,11, 1114
1101 President Roosevelt was re-
i quested .to arbitrate in th dls-
' puts bstween Venaxuel. and
ths Euronean powers.
1114 Russians checked the German
advanos slong ths Bsura river.
115 French I blew up German
trenenes nesr st. Miniei.
1114 President Wilson sent note to
all the Belligerents requesting
they define more exactly their
t -f -f
- TODAY'S EVENTS.
; An Abject Surrender
. . The discussion of the uroDOBed sink
' Ing of the surrendered German fleet
jnsturally brings to mind the fact that
never In sll the world's history has
: there been recorded so abject, so
complete and so humiliating a surren
der as that which marked the sub
mission of Germany's naval forces to
ths allies without even the semblance
of a fight. Ths printed history which
relates that "the mighty armada of
: der ths whits flag" and were there and
then dismantled la probably the first
instance on record where a naval
fighting force acknowledged defeat
- Without making sny effort te avert it.
For more than four years Germany'e
boasted navy skulked behind the pro-
tsction of the Kiel carnal, and refused
to come out end meet In open battle
: th British fleet which had been
awaiting It during that time. Admlt-
: ting, for the sake of argument, that
ths British naval forces outnumbered
thoss of Germany, the Huns woull at;
least bave had a lighting chance of
. success, and even had every German
ship gone to the bottom the world
would have thought better of German
Mutt weeK rne .New York rimes
sailed attention to the fact thst the
people of the United States still held
f in respectful memory the heroic Cer
vera whose ships crept out of the
"bottle" at Santiago, one by one, when
h knew destruction st the bands of
ths waiting American fleet was cer
tain. Never did a soldier and s
gentleman take' a gTester gamble
with death than did Cervera. The
peculiar formation of Santiago har
bor ds )inw of the extt of the
Today Is ths thirty-fifth snnlver-
eary of ths opening of the famous
cantilever bridare st Nlao-ara Falls.
President Wilson today concludes Cos, Mount Airy
ths first and probably ths most strsnu
ous week of his stay abroad.
Th after-war situation confronting
the wool industry will be discuseed by
the Washington State Wool Growers'
association, meeting In annual eesskin
today at Yakima.
With a delegation of distinguished
engineers In attendance an engineer
ins consress will aaeemble In Paris to-
day under the auspices of the French
Died of airplane accident i
Died of disease n.
Wounded severely .' " ,' j 034
Wounded (degree undets'ri
Wounded slig-htly ggg
missing in action , 228
Total ' 2,o
Killed In Action.
Private Travis Robinson. Hervei-ri
Died from Accident snd Other Causes.
Can tain Basil H flnnwrfen KIWaRott.
"VVts oner Amberst W. HnVIe- rt,..
'", . v..; x rive. tea itaielgn B, Price,
Hollis, N. C; Eugene Headen, Cum-
Sergeants Herbert W. Henderson,
Fayettevllle, N. C: Cletus R. Welch.
Lexington, N. C; Corporals Bryan W.
Woollen, Winston-Solent, N. C.: Jo-
pn to. cavlness, Lillinston. N. C.s
Privates EDDIK THOMr.SOX, SS Vol
Icy ntwt, Ashevflle, N. V.; Thomas
Branch, Pinnacle. N. C: Robert W.
Ware, Winston-Salem, N. C.;. Cofl
Batcheller, Sharps-burg, N. C; PYed
W. Sapp, Wineton-ttalem, N. C; Marc
F. Kerley. Hlddenlte. N. C: Norman
B. Pennell, Morriatown, N. C: Walter
Daniel. Forest City. N. C; James K.
Wonnded (Degree Undetermined.)
Corporals Clem R. Warden. Dur
ham, N. C; Harry Wlleon, Durham,
N. C. ; Privates Alfred B. C. Leonard,
Newton, N. C; George L. Metts, Kin-
Hton, N. C; Willie Green. Cressmont,
N. C; Walter L. Ruoth. Mandleman,
N. C; Ernest Raxter, Marble, N. C;
LeHter M. Olep, Macclesfield, N. C;
Kloyd Roper, West Mill, N. C; Arils
Q. Osborne, Wilkesboro, N. C; Thom-
8oclety of Civil Engineers to consider u j. gorrell. Cary, N. C; Clarence Eu
the problems Involved In the rehabili- gene Hadthorne, Maresville, N .C;
tat Ion of France.
The Great Lakes Naval Training
station football team, which played
through the season Without a defeat,
leaves Chicago today for the Pacific
coast to engage in a series of games
with the representative elevens of
that section of thevcpuntry.
( In the Day's News
Dr. Harry Pratt Judn -n, who enters
upon his 70th year today. Is president
of the University of Chicago and a
noted figure In the educational world.
His activities have not been confined
wholly to educational work, however,
for in 1914 he went to China on a
special mission of Investigation, and
more recently ne naa Deen sent 10
Persia as chairman of un American
commission of relief and lnvestiRatlon.
Dr. Judson was born at Jsniesuwn,
N. Y and received his education at
Williams college. After fifteen years
of exoerlence in teaching school he
was called to Join the faculty of the
University of Minnesota. From that
Institution he went in IK82 to the
University of Chicago faculty as a
Drofessor of political science. In 1K07
he was formally put In charge of the
university, and has since guided its
rapid growth in a way to command
James Rgerton, Frankllngton, N. C.
Tommie V. Parker, Four Oaks, N. C;
KRNKST EDWARD YOUNG. H. F. D.
3, Ashe villi". N. C.
Sergeants Theodore K. Fogleman,
Franklinton, N. C; Jefferson L. Davis,
Inez, N. C; Corporals Frank Thomp
son, Mocksvllle, N. C; Jesse L. Toller,
Kingston, N. C; James D. Morrison,
StaleBvllle, N. C; Hallet W. Harrison,
Princeton, N. C; Fletcher Lee, Smith
field. N. C; Privates Alonso Splvey,
Hertford, N. C; Roy W. Alcorn, Spray,
N. C; Frank Barbrey, Zebulon, N. C;
George I). Webeter, Fayettevllle, N.
C; Clarenre W. Dawson. Bayboro, N.
C; Cinnard Church, Penley, N. C;
Leroy Coppley, Lexington, N. C; Ken
ifor T. Stalling, Sunbury, N. C;
Samuel J. Gore, Kineton, N. C; Cleve
land F. Powell. Raleigh, N. C: Rob
ert G. Morgan, Hendersonvllle, N. C;
(ira O. Zacharv. Albemarle, w. c ;
Jesse H. tlreen, Fontana, N. C; Paul
Hargrave, Rich Springs, N. C.; Jack
Mines, Sharpsburg, N. C.
PARIS. Deo. II. Marshal Joffre Is
now formally numbered among
France's forty immortals. Ths victor
of the Msrns was mads a member of
the French Academy this afternoon.
promptly upon the stroke of one
Marshal Joffre arrived at the Institute,
crossing ths Seme over the Pont Des
Arts, aooompanled by his sponsor. Ga
briel Honotaux, and bis aids ds camp.
With th knowlsdg that Preeldent
Wilson was to sttsnd ths function
acting as an addsd attraction, great
crowds had gathered all along trie
rout followed by ths marshal
orowds whoss cheers were divided toe-
ween th great sokHer, the chief fig
ure of ths event, ths American presi
dent, and President Polncars of
Franrs. The . French presidsnt at
tended merely as a private - sttlsen
snd fallow aoademlan.
Cnlfonn od MsrahsJ.
Marshal Joffrs wore ths undress
uniform of a marshal of Francs. Hs
delivered his Inaugural speech In a
deep, resonant voles. After review
ing th part played in the wax by
France, Belgium and th other allies,
"However, so much heroism snd !
resolution would not have sufficed had
not th allied' peoples taken part In
the battle. It was In conviction thst
they were fighting for right that th
allied nations found ths strength to
sacrifice. The power of these notable
sentiments have been evoked in terms 1
which ar ever present by the great :
president Wilson." '
Alluding to his visit to the United
States In 1917, Msrshsl Joffrs said:
"While In the midst of the Ameri
can crowds I was living hours which
I number smong ths sweetest In life.
In order that France might live in
prosperity, that Belgium might re
establish herself, that liberty -might
reign snd that right might bs rein
stetsd. America arose and resolved to
throw Into th fight her last man and
her last dollar. History aoes not
record a more marvelous achievement
than that of millions of men voluntar
ily breaking away from their peace
ful pursuits to cross the seas, where
death lurked.' to give their lives for
a noble cause, a great ideal."
President Wilson snd Mrs. Wilson
arrived about 1 o'clock and were' fol
lowed by President and Mme. Poln-
csre. Mkdsme Polncare and Mrs.
Wilson sat together In a box In a bal
cony. Mrs WUson wore a simple
dark blue tailored dress.
The weather had been unsettled sll
morning with intrmlttent rain but'
as Marshal Joffre descended' from his !
automobile ths sun broke through the
"It 1 Mi sun of ths Marne" said a
Jean Kicnepm replied to tne ora
tion of Marshal Joffre. Every men
tion of President Wilson and the Uni
ted States was cheered. When M.
Rlchepln referred to Marshal Joffre aa
the victor of the Marne, the marshal
arose Vnd, said: "It is not I; it la
All syss turned to s blind French
soldier who was standing at salute
in the front row of. th balcony. The
eoldler stood at rigid attention while
loud cheers, led by President and Mrs.
Wilson, resounded through, the hall.
As the audience filed out, ah old man
was heard reciting to himself In a
"Any unit which can advance no
more must at all costs hold the con
quered ground or be killed on the
spot rather than retreat."
The words were an extract from
Marshal J off re's order nf the 'lay at
the 'start of the Battle of the Marne
which opened the doors of the French 1
ciauvmy jiii mm.
GIVE HIM AN
AND WE WILL FIT HIM
UP IN 'HIS FAVORITE
SIZE AND COLOR.
for the genuine UNION
MADE . BETTER KIND
$5.00 for the GENUINE
VELOUR OR BEAVER
Caps in all the new holiday
Datterna and shades
$1.00 to $2.00
On the Square
Between the Avenues
A THRIFTY PERSON
Theft is not a successful business nor an inds
Cndent fortune in Ashe villa that did not have ita
(inning' with a thrifty person.
Somewhere, some time, some one bee; on to
save-j-to gave .regularly and the first step toward
fortune was taken. Then he kept right on: hejtaved
with system. That was the eecret of hie success.
Being a weekly saver will also be the secret of
your wcceei. Every week you will be nearer your
goaL Become a weekly gaver at the Wachovia
Bank and Trust Company. You will be paid four
per cent interest, compounded every three months.
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co.
WHITTLE SPRINGS HOTEL
Nesr Ktoxvllte, Term., by Trolley
NEW, Modern Hotel. Open all the
year Caters especially to tourists.
Rooms with and wltltbtit baths. Steam
heat. Sun parlors. Billiard room. Or
chestra. Dancing, pining room seals
40. Rxcollent meals; table supplied
from our own farm.
unny Tennessee's Finest Health and
Golf links. Tennle. Motoring. Horse
back riding. Finest swlmmlnx pool
south. Whittle Springs Mineral Water
received highest award at Ht. Louis
Exposition. Rates, $2S to 160 weekly
Write for Booklet.
WHITTLE SPRINGS CO., KNOX.
$1.25 to $2.50
Gifts worth while for every member of the
family are found here in shoes for all ages.
11! 0? ll
SLY -erHrA A
TS PHONZ4 101
WE TREAT TOCIt tiACTTDRT WHITE.
WhRt Is declared to be a very satis
factory substitute for flour has been
devised by a Kren-ch chemist from the
refuse of potatoes, turnips, parsnips
kelly duplex "asr
German silver is composed of nick
el, copper snd zinc in varying pro
I Today's Birthdays
Prince George, fourth son of their
British malestiei", who is following
a naval career, Dorn id years ago 10
day. David B. Hanna, the new president,
of the Canadian Northern Hallway,
born in Scotland, 60 years ago today.
Samuel McRoberts, one of the noted
New York bankers who served I'ncle
Sam during the war as a "dollar-a-year"
man, born at Malta Bend, Me.,
it years ago today.
John Livingston Lowes, former dean
of Washington university, now a
member of the Harvard faculty, born
at Decatur. Ind.. 61 years ago today
Robert Lee WHHams, governor 01
Oklahoma, born at Brundldge, Ala.,
60 years ago today.
Theodora E. Burton, former United
States senator from Ohio, born at
Jefferson, Ohio, 17 years sgo today.
ONE YEAR AGO IN" THE WAR.
tf fTTfTt TTTTf
Thirty-eight more Luxburg dis
patches made public by Washington.
Italians recaptured Anolone trenches
losrt two days previously.
The Bolshevik! government began
By virtue of the power given to the
undersigned Trustee in a certain deed
of trust executed on the Wlh day of
September 1914, by A. W. Fowler and
wife, Bertha Fowler, which said deed
of trust is registered in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Buncombe
County in Record of Mortgages and
Deeds of Trust, Book No. lOii, at page
12, default having been made in the
payment of both principal and inter
est of the debt secured by said deed of
trust, as the same became due, and j
the owner of said debt having: de
clared the same due and payable
whereby the power of sale contained
In said deed of trust become operative I
and the owner of said debt having 1
requested the undersigned Trustee to !
exercUe said power of sale, the under-.
signed Trustee will on MONDAY
THE 1TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1D19,
AT 1J O'CLOCK M., at the Sourt-1
noiwe door in Asneville, Buncombe
County, North Carolina, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
and. wKa s dooUa art at erfaS
um at bum Hav. a criadiae nr-
pom miw uai oi aMai
Do Twlo as Muoh
Orted mt son. iMM
am. Oft 1TB. Vastttt,
bsurkr. tnfir eom,sj(ys
ton . In
Bhrsek, ikrssf Or
kind of arm in. eoskrao. bTsb-
! power. Kapaetsvuy
ftrfapied tat csasol.no tmj ,
Wnta Mr mw aaUakkspM,
Dtfpfca Mill ft Mfi.Ce.. StN9fMs),Ohte
P. G. BoUsJwin, DUtributor, C4--v N C'
The 'government has
1 1 .1 1 (
asuea mat nome inaus- ;
tries 'boom now, to 'give
labor for returning sol
diers. Plan to begin that
building ;vor right now.
The ban is off at last
' AiheriDe, N. C
The Gem Clothing
6 PATTOW AVE.
ropatar Pries Otoia.
Oft sDa Avewae. AstjorllM. W.
the publication of a series of secret L , , ' 'r V. 3 parce.
treatlee between the late Imperial W 1?VZ ""'' ly;ln,?,1anl,beln
rnvernment and Its allies. In the Lastern .part of this City of
- , Aahavllu 11 n (1 halnv n, Mr,
plat mace by A
WILL BK RETAINED.
An inventor has patented an elec
tric light that can be attached to a
lead pencil or fountain pen, receiving
current from a dry battery in its
WASHINGTON', Dec. 19. Reten
tion of the proving ground at Aber
deen, Md., and gradual development
of the Royeroment ordnapce plant at
Neville Island, I'a., are definite proj
ects ol me wiir utHm r intern. Assis
tant Secretary Crowell, who Is in indi
rect charge of the disposal of all
surplus war material, nuiil today there
is no disposition to abandon either ot
The Aberdeen ground covers some
S6.000 acres and has today a capaci
ty of 15.000 test rounds dally. Provi
sion has been made there for testing
every kind of ordnance material snd
guns already have been fired at a
range In excess of twenty-eight n.lles
and the shells recorded. By firing
over an island into an unfrequeated
part of the bay, a maximum range
of approximately sixty miles can bs
attained should it ever be needed.
"Look for this Sigh."
AlthouKh the Great Salt Lake Is es
timated to contain at least 400,000.000
tons of ealt, Utah ranks only ninth
amonc the 14 salt procruclng states.
A. Hamlet, surveyor, i
of the lands of D. S. Hlldebrand. 1
which plat te registered in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Buncombe
County In Deed Book No. 164 at page
20S and bounded and more partiou-1
larly described as follows:
BEGINNING ,at a stake In the
southern margin of Poplar street, ths
northeast corner of said lot No. 8
on said pint; thpnee N. TO degrees 46
minutes K. 40 feet to a . stake the
southeast corner, of said lot No. S:
thence with the eastern boundary line
or saia tot ino. an. Z2 degrees 16
minutes E. 100.4 feet to a stake In
the northern boundary line of lot No.
0 of said pint; thence 8. 74 degrees
W. 80.6 feet with the northern boun
dary line of said lot No. 9, to a stake
In the eastern margin of New street.
tne soul n west corner 01 said lot No.
I; thence with the eastern margin
of said New strsst N. t degrees W.
11.5 fset; thenrs N. It degrees 46
minutes W. 7 fest to the Beginning
This ths 12th day of December,
J. W. HAYNE8.
THW fTtf KSIGHT SPKCIALIST
71 Patton Ave. Just bslow P. O.
Double what you intended
to give to the United War
HACKNEY & MOALE
House of Push
12 Lexington Ave.
The car with tha motor ol
"Eternal Youth." It loves
carbon and hates the repair
IS-It E. W slant. Phone 3M7.
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PROM CELLAR TO OARRET.
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MISS AMY EMAITTJEIj
Conrt snd Convention Reporttng
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Boston Shoe Store
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