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THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1919.
NOT A GOOD WORD!
John D. Ro&efellcr aaid:
"The American people are prodigal and our extrava
gance will have to be paid for by come one. We
are not saving up for the rainy day for the time of need."
Perhaps you do not need the above words to make you
realize the importance of saving money now.
Battery Park Bank
SAFETY, COURTESY and SERVICE
Member Federal Reserve System '
MORE STRENGTH SHOWN
ON THE COTTON MARKET
Revival of Bullish Senti
ment Seen in Operations
on N. Y. Market.
Several Important Events
During Past Week.
NEW YORK, Doc. 26. While much
of the past week's business, has been
of a pre-hollday character, prices
have shown Increased strength and
there has evidently been a revival of
bullish sentiment In the cotton mar
ket. Notices representing- neverec"
thousand bales were Issued against
December, but were stopped by
houses connected with southwestern
rates In the call money market drew
1 funds from the Interior.
Government vs. Private Credit
It la this transfer of credit that
has furnished one of the most strik
ing financial features or the year
1919. At the time of the armlstrlce
practically all business and all credit
had been drawn under the control
of and Into the service of the Gov
ernment Banks were practically
clogged with so-called "war-paper."
which after the fifth victory loan
reached an estimated maximum of
M, 600, 000, 000. It was necessary to
continue for some months enormous
ly heavy Government expenditures,
practically until the return of trooDB
from France. , But eventually after
the middle of the year Government
demands upon the bank became light
er, and It la estimated that in the
aggregate that they have decreased
nearly a billion dollars from their
peak. The funds thus released
were not used to retire existing bank
Credit hilt Vflrt iia4 in all at a I n In.
28. Holiday j vestment and speculative operations.
RAILROAD ORDER IS BIG
FEATURE ON THE MARKET
Overshadows All Other De
velopments During the
Prepare For The Winter.
We have just received one
car load of U. S. Array used
Heaters, serviceable condition.
These Heaters are adaptable
for churches, schools, halls,
stores, and large rooms.
NEW YORK. Dec.
conditions in the stock market are -Bank loans, collateraled by atocks and
now prevalent and comparative lnac- bonds, have increased during the past
tivlty is the order of the day. Bev- six months at about the same rate
eral events of importance have nev-1 government loans have decreased,
rtneless taken place within the past Foreign and DomesUo Investments
week. That which la possibly of i a marked feature of the year's ds
1fniflanc ?,ieenw th 0Pt- velopmenu has been the increase In
ion of the Cummins bill by the sen-1 the investment yield of money, an
ate. Secretary Glass' letter to the1 Inr r.. whioh v-
shipping interests and January de-' House of Representatives, in which) from 1 to 2 per cent on the sounder
Book Opened and J F WII CON Bookkeeping Systems
s) , , Install
Rooms aOS-zM-SOS Drnumor Bid. Phono 1S7
For Your PocJtet book's Sake, boy your Electric Fixtures now,
,- , it you intend to buQd by spring
' NAIMAtf ELECTRIC CO.
29 W. College St , Open Evenings Phone 340
liveries sold at the highest price they
have touched so far this season, Mur
ing today's trading. There was also a
more active demand for the later de
liveries and prices have advanced a
cent to a cent and a half a pound
since the close of the previous Fri
day. Fresh buying for long account
has been restricted by holiday con-,
slderatlons. and except for the trade
buying, the demand has been attri
buted largely to covering by shorts.
Notwithstanding this, bullish opinions
have been more freely expressed
around the ring, with the enactment
of the Kdge bill, the return of the
roads, the steadier ruling of exchange
rates and the hope of favorable peace
treaty developments early In the New
Year evidently maintaining a very
favorable impression on sentiment.
Beyond that, buyers have found en
oouragement in the pre-hollday liqui
dation by spot holders and the contin
ued bullish character of the news
from the goods trade. Manchester ad
he states the arguments in favor of securities, or reckoning 5 per cent as
the somewhat broader policy of cred
It extension to European countries.
Is, however, only second to it in im
portance. Neither episode has as yet
had definite results in the market
for the reason that congress had ad-
journea ror tn usual holiday recess,
a normal basis of return before the
war, an Increase of 20 to 40 per cent
of the level then prevailing. This is
very moderate as compared with the
level of prices which has risen more
than 100 per cent. The advance has
been more striking In the case of
roreign than In the case of domestic
NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Announce-
mAnt that thji trnminnriiillnn ivut.ni.
of the country are to be turned back ' No.
to private operation on March 1 j Mn
easljy overshadowed all other devel- , M
ODments In what wan virtually the , I0.
last week of a memorable year In the No.
stock market. To that extent it was
argued, uncertainty regarding the f u- ' zl
ture of the railroads has been dis-lNo.
pelted. Operating officials and bank- JJo.
ero cuncurreu, nowever, in ine upin- in r- T 11
ion that nothing less definite than NO. 10 L-an. call
remedial legislation would restore the fso.
railroads to the confidence of In
The other outstanding features
were the recurrent tightening of the
can loan mamei, ma aearin or lime t
money and another reaction In for-t'0.
eiu CAvuaiiBC. inn were uub 10 suuti
174 Monica $17.50
15 Monica $15.00
20 Monica $25.00
17 Monica $17.50
12 Tennessee .$12.50
11 Don.- $10.00
9 Don $ 7.50
11 Can. Ball $10.00
3 Cannon Ball....$ 7.50
9 Favorite $ 7.50
5 Lone Star.'. ... .$15.00
1 Lone Star $ 7.50
15 Western Jewel.. $15.00
Nevertheless the naming of a confer
ence committee to deal with the rail- securities, many foreign securities now
road situation, whose function it shall being on a 10 per cent basis or bet-th-
arm.te '?e Jr?vlBlon8 of.ter' although at the beginning of the
tne ,sch and Cummins bills , and the
prospect or at least deferring' the pay
ment of interest due on foreign loans,
have together done much to encour
age Investors and holders of secur
ities. That some fairly equitable
railroad legislation will he forth.
coming Is generally believed, and the
exchange market has shown very
much more power to nrotprt itHRif
against attack since the issue of Sec
retary Glass' letter. Demand serllng
ruies, wmcn naa reached an unpre
ueaeniea low point.
year they were on oractlcallv the
same level as American offerings of
me same class. This Is due to the
aepreciation of foreign exchanse
which has Itself been one of the most
signincant incidents of the year's
work. After the withdrawal ot tne
governmental support of stealing, that
currency steadily declined to a low
point of 13.66, from which there
has since been a subsequent improve
ment. Outlook for 1920
Facing the year 1920, the United
States stands as the only free gold
market in the world, as the only lm-
ImnmvMl and t ha-. i- -nmA .
vices indicate that British spinners ; of their holding their own better than
whllA It . th. rtnm...in !. r"f". V. lae Pliant mantel for capital on a large
on nresem nr hlirhAr nri. fr nnt 1. 05de"nlte materials as well as of manufactures
.v..us vi iitj,H 11- now m existence. Its ahnr
ZS'llJL6.Z 5e"c.UNo. 17-Western Jewel.. $17.50
20 ,Western Jewel. . $22.50
11-6 Vesta ...$10.06
17 Buck's Carbon.. $27.50
lng" over the vear-end. and further IN O
delay in the several plans to estab-' No,
lien international credits.
It Is known that a number of for
eign financial projects are under ac
tive negotiation here, some of them
for large amounts, but their actual
flotation is said to be contingent upon
the attitude of the government at
The moderate advance .In accept
ance ordered by the federal reserve
bank was regarded as significant In
the sense that it seems to be the pur
pose of that institution to maintain
its rates on a parity with those of the
open market. It was intimated that
the central bank is likely to adopt a
more elastic policy in connection with
interest and rediscount rates.
Bradley Bonded Warehouse
14 Government St.
. Phone 3062 Use It.
"Largest Dealers in U. S. Army
Goods in the South."
on present or higher prices for spot designed
wjit-uu aim umi iiivy mm nave cuii-, nancing. mnin,,A .. . -
slderable cotton to buy. The situation , .. fm.?JLed a"l :lu Productive energies
in this resnect has led to nrp.ilrtlnnn . . "iueni. m aireciing tne r- i"re man an ample fle d for
ofwtaSr&to Th'aP inevitably
turn of the year while it is antici-Ui.?.. . March 1 has taken the de-f means a continuance of a strong and
pated that forefin finance coroori- "nlt? Btep f.r th" endinK of Govern- tive business development The
Sons l onertinJ fnrt, fhf I "i6"1 contrI and fulfilling the pledge 'shortage of immediate loan funds, the
"blfl wSl havSaDuffi1 -im.0ney an.d the effort to
-"."""ir .f.vthe.. .fed5-raI "J the Cummins bill with those of theolvency, and they may be Texnected
TO START CAMPAIGN
FOB PEIINCETON FUND
Number of Princeton Graduates liv
ing; In Asheville.
UNLIMITED AMOUNT ;
Dirt for Sale Top oil tot
lawns or garden. Phone 114.
tion Co. 12-23-7
FOR BALE Furniture. Beds.
Dressers, Etc. Over Central Cafe.
Also Pop Corn and Peanut Ma
chine, cost (250.00. quick sale,
$100.00. 6 Pack Square. Over
ilTtRE SAVED '
Is MANY DOLLARS MADE
' Well do your Tire Vulcanizing and
' : Retreading like veterans.
'. Our equipment is modem -our
.. men experienced.
Asheville Tire and Vulcanizing Co.
12 E. College St.
serve board against the use of bank
I resources In withholding commodities
from market for speculative purposes,
attracted very Ilttla comment, and the
advance toward the end of the week
was accompanied by expressions of
confidence in the stability of southern
i spot markets.
WEEKLY REVIEW OF
DRY GOODS MARKET
(Special to The Citizen.)
CHAPEL, HILL, Dec. 2S. Dr, Goo.
Howe, dean of the college of liberal
arts at the University of North Car
olina, a member of the clasd of 1807
thev mow K .1 " riiiitoiuu, uu uoun upijuiiiieu
EBch measur. n....H w th. h. to rnntlm.. t. ' . " r.."" I state chairman or the Princeton en-
open, the way to actual railroad leg-' dissociate itself from European con-Moment fund campaign, by the gen
lalation. So length v and comnlT ?! dltions. In R.irnnJ rJ".?.?- ral. committee in charge of racing
the two bills that no detailed des- ganlzatlon has not hAn nZZJl ; 114,826,000 for Princeton nnlverelty.
crlptlon of them can be given. The
Lummins bill Is. however, a radically
new departure in that It seeks to Con
solidate the present railroads into a
few systems while It prescribes as a
principle of rate-making that a net
return of & per cent on capital is to
be earned. The Esco bill is more
nearly oaaed on the Interstate Com
S. Sternberg & Go.
Depot St .
WE BUY ANYTHING
Structural Materials a Specialty
All Sizes and Lengths of I Beams
' Fireproof Storage Troubleproof Service
65-67 BILTMORE AVENUE, ASHEVILLE
NEW ' YORK, Deo. 28. -Cotton
goods markets have strengthened con
siderably during the last week. The
manufacturing trades and several of
the converters again are anticipating
their needs for next year by placing
contracts to run to July. The cotton
duck markets have' grown stronger
and prices are on a higher level with
some of the larger mills fully en
gaged for six months to come. Print
cloths have reached the highest levels
. i- . . n i'L .
vi win jcni vii muuciftiu nttcii. ciivvi.-
Ings also have advanced to new high
price levels. Fine combed yarn cloths I
for converting have been bought morel
freely for deliveries running -through
the second quarter of the year.
The holiday retail trade has been
very large and many merchants who
were apprehensive of a declining pur
chasing power because of high prices
now feel more confident concerning
the prospects of spring distribution.
The export trade In cotton goods is
maintained on the war-time levels, as
shown by the latest government sta
tistics and there also is a steady gain
Labor troubles in textile centers
have been minimized greatly. Mills
continue to report largo earnings and
stocks of various companies are being
, Prices current on cloths are as fol
lows: Print cloth, 28-inch 6x64s, 15 l-2c:
6 4x6 0s. 14 l-4o; 38 1-2 inch 64x64s,
21c; brown sheetings, southern stan
dard, zuc and 30c;
southern indigo, 42
s oz., 4t)C, nominal; prints, 21c; sta
ple ginghams, 22 l-2c; dress ging
hams, 27 l-2o to 80c. All gingham
due business caution. I. hnnaVi.i. k,..
the difficulties to be overcome' are
great and the necessity for ir
trol in the use of credit Is more mark
ed than for a long time past. How-
or, a ina year draws to a close a
distinctly more chnnrfnl i
m nrn. A . .. . V, . . I m i . m . I .4 j i . I . . . f "
...o.o uiu mo reuei n aiioras, wiiion in me wall Street dis-
to the roads is far less direct and spe-1 trict;, this Is evidenced by the in-
cinc mat mat arrorded by the Cum-1 creased demand for the starfdard
......a ioii. jmjri uni uueii, now
ever provide for the pooling of equip
ment anjl earnings. Whereas the
Cummins bill contains an anti-strike
provision, this is omitted In the House
pian. , i
Development of Butdneea
Several distinct stages have been
included in the year 1919. The first
or inese covered the post-armistrice
period, practically extending from the
opening of the year to about the. con
clusion of the Fifth Liberty Loan in
April. This roughly corresponds also
with that within which war restric
tions on the issue of securities and
the lending of money on call were
still maintained. It will bo remem
bered that comparatively early inuhe
year the so-called Capital Issues Com
mittee was allowed to suspend oper-
uuuns, wniie not very long there
after the so-called Money Pool Com-
miuee. wnicn had held Stock Ex
change operations In check, was also
Money Market Crucial
it has been more and mnr. ovi.
dent as the year has progressed that
money marKet conditions were, of cru
cial importance to stock values. Al
though during the earlv nart of th.
year there appeared to be an abund
dance of funds for loan It was shortly
evident that this was an artificial Ann.
dition due to the control which had
during the war. On July 1 the lim-
on the belief that the nuriru n,m k.
entitled the customary January rise
big mm this ran
is Nearly Three Times
Greater Tharhthe Aver
age of Pre-War Years.
NEW YORK. Dec. 28. Duns re
view Saturday said:
A year that opened with doubts
and misgivings as to econo'nie devel-
t nnmAntn tn fnllnor nnv nnr.ra lt And.
I lng with the future still cIou4mI, but
denims, 2.20; 1 itations unon the fnrM i
l-2c; tickings, ; gold and silver Wem AllKnAriflnrl anri
Hlnce that date the movement of gold
out of the country has been steady,
reserve balances being accordingly
depleted. At the same time the re
awakening of industry and the closer
survey or European needs, which has
been called for the fact that for
eign conditions were so evidently ur
gent, has shown that there would be
The vahte of croDn nrnHnc.rt tn th.
United States this year is nearly
three times greater than the average
annual value during the five years
preceding the outbreak of the Eu
ropean war, according to the report
of the Secretary of Agriculture. "On
the basis of prices that have recently
prevailed," gay the Secretary, "the
vaiue or air crop produced in
1919 Is - IIS.873,000,000, compared
with $14,222,000,000 for 1918; $1(
479,000.000 for 1917; $9,064,000,000
for 1916; $6,112,000,000 for 1914; and
$5,829,000,000 for the five-year aver
age, 1910-1914. These values repre
sent gross production and not nf
returns to the producer. The value
of live stock on farms In 1919 was
$8,830,000,000, compared with $8 -284,000,000
in 1918; 6,796,000,000 In
1917; 6,021,000,000 In 1916; $6,890,
000,000 in 1914: and IS ntnfinnnn
for the five-year average, 1910-1914.
"This increased financial ahnin i
is again necessary to emphasize, doesi
A campaign' will be started shortly
In North Carolina with the objoct of
reaching all alumni of Princeton and
of presenting to them the needs of
their university. Something like a
hundred Princeton men are known to
be living In North Carolina now. A
state campaign committee will be ap
pointed by Dr. Howe and local chair
men will be appointed in several cltie3
where there is a large jrroup of
Princeton graduates, notably Char
lotte, Asheville, and Wilmington.
North Carolina has been put. la the
seventh district by the general com
mittee, along -with South Carolina,
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennes
see, and Mississippi. Hugh Richard
son, of Atlanta, is chairman of the
district. No definite sum has been
allotted to North Carolina but I ho
whole district is expected to raise
A large part of the $14,325,000 to
be raised will be expended for increase
of salaries, the remainder for the
general needs of the university.
Still At -It.
Nice Oranges . . .60c. Peck
GRACE SUPPLY CO. -.
KINDLING. FOR SALE
R. Starnes Wood Co. Phone 1S71.
FOR SALE About 200 cord dry stobs
and strips been cut over year in
good condlton by bulk of cord. G.
R. Redmon Blltmore, N. C. P-l 2-25-7
FOR . SALE Modern fully equipped
printing office including paper
stock; ready to operate a going
business. P. O. Box 867. 12-28-3
HORSE, wagon, buggy and harness to
match if taken at once. Will ael
for $75.00. C. (L. Reece, Emma,
N. C. P12-28-3
FOR SALE Two first-class fresh
milch cows, T. M. Rick man, Juno,
N. C. Pl3-23'8
WOOD and Kindling,
erles. Hays Wood
Tard. t Phona
MUSIC AND ARTS. -.
Teacher of the art of singing. Pupil
of Jean DeReszke of Paris. Voles
building interpretation. Results
guaranteed. Phona 382. 48 Wool
sey Ave. Pll-10-80
DRIVE IN CAROLINA
Purebred Sheep Purchased To Be
Distributed Among the Farmers.
(Special to The Citizen.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. As an in
dication that the campaign for "bet
ter sires- better stock" ,is bearing
fruit the agricultural department
points to the fact that North Carolina
is following this admonition "by going
out after better live stock for breed
ing purposes. Recently, it Is announc
ed, representatives of the extension
service of the state agricultural de
partment purchased 140 grade ewes
and 40 purebred rams to be distrib
uted among farmers of the state.
These representatives visitc-.l many
seotions of the country in their search
for the right kind of animals, und it
is said they paid for the ones they
bought from $50 to $100 a head.
Th. Innrpfliilnir H im r n.l f,, I,
not mean that the nation is better off 1 sheep everywhere Tfiade it hard for
Mr. C. P. Herfurth, teacher of violin
at Asheville school, will accept a
limited number of pnplls. Address
Box No. 424, Blltmore, or phona
1915. . P12-27-14
with conditions having manifested , during the late summer and early au-
foi mnrn arohllltu than r a 1 hnin err.n 1 a . i -
f -, . - I , . , u vukba uii mi vvp j w sac v xi
' winc eni amount ot cred- " extent or tnat Its real wealth the agents to get what they wanted.
lunp. i .A" fove""nent re-"as advanced in proportion. Consid-iln fact they failed to secure as many
wTTm i . .7 iireiwu, ....r.j. lib uumraiic reiatrons, as they desire and intend to
Lonuviivy to uuvance in l,1J l,ue oiaie is inaicated
money rates made itself evident, and
far more stability than had bon con
I erally expected 12 months previous.
While readjustments that have
broughi with them some problems
j even more formidable and difficult of
1 solution than those of war times
' have necessarily caused inconvenience
; and unsettlement in business, yet the
widespread and serious industrial and
merchantlle reaction of which many ZZZ,Z .... . .. j " una
interests had been apprehensive has kinJ Joaitiori a mufh h.arder to
not only failed to make its appear- e becaH!l"f the ,"ca"ered system
ance but 1919 has set new high levels ?r "serve holding. When New York
in domestic commerce and new low i DanKS wer short of reserves high
records in failures. These results,
moreover, have been attained in spite
of greater labor unrest than ever be
fore known and notwithstanding a
persistent interference with produc
tive and processes that has Interfered
tumn charges for call funds beean to
It has been clear as never before
in the history of the stock market
that the banking situation was of di
rect significance and that its posl-1 chasing power has kept pace in the
tion Could bA rtpH rv n fl.fliip. ,, ' rlHinv scbJa nt nr-IAa
rather in chase.
Commodities, enmn... Annlh.. ainV ..ns.f 1. M j
aM.,n M,A.nM . . I ....v, ..... i. nun li 1:11 uc-
....cinwiia ui wnicn are given' tailed to purchase a carloal of pure
in foregoing tables. The increased , bred milking shorthor.t cattle for the
values, however, do reveal that the farmers of the western section of the
monetary returns to the farmers state.
have Increased proportionately with! '
mose or other groups of producers
i mo i.aumi, ana ina.t innir mi..
In former years this
vented transactions of magnitude that
might otherwise have been consum
mated. Weekly bank clearings. $7,118.-
with many commodities, and has pre-j 919,276.
Stocks, Bonds, Oral. Cotton.
CLKMKJfT D CATE8 A CO.
Private wires to an Market
14-19 Eloctrloal 8ldB Imm 13(7
J. C DAVIS, Managor.
the usual number of such cases ex
ceeded 100. This was when the city
was less congested than now-gr-tha
marked change is a revelation to all
A police officer, who was on duty
here when the saloon was one of the
leading business enterprises and so
cial centers of the city, said the com- '
parison between the old and new or-'
der of things was a clear lndiratfnn
of the good the dry law had done.
len years ago. when the onen aa..
loon flourished,'! he said, "the hum- "VI
uiuuhb was a, nunarea or
more on wnristmas eve It was a case
of filling the stations."
During the saloon days It was not
an offence against either the law or
society to get drunk. Intoxicated per
sons were merely cared for in the po
lice stations or hospitals until they
were able to care for themselves.
Now, however, the offence Is a se
rious one and the cost is something to
be considered. Any way, the; differ
ence between conditions with respect
to liquor now and ten years Ago is
marked, and it must be admitted by
even the drinkers themselves that
there has been a great improvement.
NEW RECORD FOR
MADE AT CAPITAL
STREET CAR SCHEDULE
IN EFFECT JUNK t. U1S.
MLLICO AND RETDKrt :-,
RIVERSIDE PARK SflS and . i
minutes until 11 n. in. .
DEPOT VIA SOUTHSIDB AVBITOB
l.tv m ill. aiiu vrr
(Special to Tne Crtlitn)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Wash
ington has made a new record in ar
rests for drunkenness. Christmas
eve there was only seventeen intoxi
cated persons who occupied the sev
eral police stations in this city that
night. In the old days of the open
saloon, when there was an unlimited
supply of "Christmas Cheer" on hand
nd evrrv IS mlnntM until . ...
then every 7H minutes until 3-41
than every 15 minutes until Xl.Oi
THE"Y ARE Vte
I VANT -TOO TO TELL THOiE If FELLOW ) THAT . HOW OO CO 1 WELLOlO ) MO THEV ARE NOT 1 1 t
POUCEMEU OOTtOe THEY J WILL HAVE TO -jQ-p C?55j 'T THAT WAY- THEY MOVE, WAlTlN' TO EE
ftl MU'oTNOTWAVTFOHTHE f KEEP YOUR DATE 1-- ON? I TME COOkr- r ' a ' ?
F fl ' '
SEE FULL PAGE OF "BRINGING UP FATHER" IN THE COMIC SECTION OF THE SUNDAY CITIZEN
DEPOT VIA FRENCH BROAD AVE.
gUK a. m.. and every It mlnutas until
until li p. rn.
CHARLOTTB 8TRBTET TURMrXUS
a. zr.. nd every It minutes antll limT
m.; 11: X0 car runs through; returnfa.
leaves end of car ltn at li. -m
. PATTON AVENUE a. m. and M
ib minute?" until 11 p. m. t
aiaa r o i KEttrM a. m. and verr II
tilnutes until 11 p. m.
GRACE. VTA MERRIMON ATBNtjBi
I a. m.. then every 16 minutes until 11
BILTMORE a. m., anf thsr oymrr is
mlniitm nntll 11 p. tn., st ' " .
DEPOT AND WEST ASHWVtLLm VIA
BOOTHSIDE AVENTTE 6 10 7m .J,l
very IS minutes untfl at a. sa.
SUNDAY SCHEDULE DIFFERS m THB .
i FOLLOWING PARTICULARS.
Car leaves Square lor Manor and Hi '
a. m.. trrlves Square :16 and t-JO. tHim
very J9 minutes untU,:10. . . u1'"
Cars leav Square f6r Depot via South. A
Id avenue 6:0, 5 44. iM. f
5:00. 7:30. i:00 and 8:7a. m? Cl ufk
Sqiiar tor Depot via French Broad ...
bus :15, :0. :4S. 7:16, 7:45 and - :
Car for Depot leares Square t ii aTml
poth Southsld and French Broad '
First car leaves th Squar for Char. -letta
tret at I a. m., and v to mi." '
Ute tH l:0; next 1:45. ""
First ear leave th Squar for Sin. '
aide 1:10. Bxt 1.4.
first Cr icmvea ui UU1 for
AstvlU. :15, 7: naxt t:l. wst ,
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