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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1917 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIKR NtfWS PAGE F1VE>; FEE BLYTHEVILLE COURIEB NKWB THK COURIER NXWI OO. H. W. HAINES, PubUjber JAMES V VERHOEF*, Editor PAUL D. HUMAN, Advertising *Un*|«r Sole National Advertising ReprewnUtiv**: Wallace, W'lUner Co., New York. CblcXQ. Detroit, Atlanta. Memphis. Published Every Afternoon Except Bundwr Entered as second class matter »t the p<Mt- oflic« Rt Blythevllle, Arkansas, under »ct of Congress, October 1). 1811. Served by the Dulled Pnu SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By carrier in the city or elythevllle or «ny eubmvm town where carrier service U m»ln- tained, 20c per week, or B5c per month. By mull, within R radius of 40 miles, *4.00 per year,' J2.00 for six months, Jl.00 ior three, months; by mall outside 50 mile zone. »10.00 per X«" payable In advance. Meditation lie who is faithful in n very little is faithful nlso In much; and He who is dlslioncsl in n very little is dlslioncsl iilso in much.—Luke 16:10. * * * This rule applied (o those around us may liclp us in I'liooihiR friends anil employes bul it might be mere belt-filial to first apply the same rul= to nurselvrs. Wolves to Watch Any project us big MS Hie undertaking to bring iiuUir.il g;vs into virgin territory with 30, 000 potential consumers is certain to bring in wolves who will have designs of their own as East Arkansas searches for ii way out of the economic: wilderness looking tor profitable industries to lie in with her rich agricultural resources. The wolves will not put in their appearance as happened in the case o£ Little Red Riding Hood, and neither will leaders within the East Arkansas Natural Gas Consumers Association be so naive as this innocent little girl in the storybooks. Hut wolves, nevertheless can be expected; and doubtless they will be wearing the clothes of great benefactors who out of tjie bigness of their hearts for a long-neglected industrial era will offer ideas which may sound good. We believe that those heading the new association will be on the alert, but sometimes the best of men In their eagerness to reach a great goal uncon-;' sciously lose sight of some of the potential dangers which lurk along the path to victory. • Extreme care should be taken in the preparation of uniform gas franchises, which must be approved by the individual city councils in the 22 cities . to be served with natural gas, if all take advantage of the suggested development. Great care should be exercised by;., the five trustees, who will be designated to negotiate with potential distributors of. iratural gas, that some wolf from outside does not offer a short cut to success, a short cut that might prove extremely expensive at a time when relief from high prices is sought for the little fellow. The little fellow, as usual, will be paying the greater part of the bill for bringing natural gas to Eastern Arkansas. He is the consumer and it is the consumer \vho pays. meat brought a price-fixing action against the cement industry innlcr the Sherman Act, and lost the case in the Supreme Court four years Inter. In 19'15 the Justice Department brought a similar suit against the same industry, again under the Sherman Act. Meanwhile, in 1037, the ETC filed a complaint against the cement makers and their "basing point" system. A ccase-and-desist order issued by the PTC in 1!M3 was vacated last year by the ScventN Federal District Court of Appeals. The court ruled thai the absorption of freight costs and identical delivery prices under this system were not, evidence of conspiracy, but rather of true competition. It is conceivable that the. steel case might follow the same pattern. The mills of the law will grind slowly, and the issues will not become any clearer in the process. Looks Like a Tough Beat VIEWS OF OTHERS Britain's Dollars: Make Them Last Prices and Politics Wli(;n the Federal Trade Commission accused the: steel industry of fixing price:; ;md strangling competition, and wlicn Ihc Justice Department went after the tire industry on llio same charge,-it might have seemed that the government was moving swiftly in its campaign against high prices. After all, these actions came less than a week after Attorney General Clark announced that he was sending his boys on the warpath. But, much as one might, wish that this were the heginning of an all-out drive in the haltle against inflation, there is some evidence to the contrary. In the first place, Mr. Clark -said the price-fixing investigation was to be in the fields of food, housing and clothing. And, while the two products now under investigation may be factors affecting prices in those fields, ttic present government actions could scarcely be called a frontal attack. The rise in steel prices gives our economy another boost toward serious inflation. That is apparent without arguingJ.he merits or necessity of the rise. However, the "basing point" pricing system which the FTC is objecting to is neither new nor confined to the s.lrel industry, it ; K UKC d in most industries whose products are low- priced and Xcavy. Back in 1921 the Justice Depart' A little more than a year ago the lirilish signed an agreement with the United States. Out of that agreement the lirilish got a loan of 53,760.000 000. In return they promised to, relax certain currency and trade restrictions Io conform with American ideas ot how postwar international trade could be best promoted. Now .the Urittsh arc ashing to be excused from [uHllling these premises. What attitude should Americans take toward this request? Obviously, they should not lake u sentimental attitude, pro or con. What is needed is an informed attitude. An informed attitude will take into consideration this absolute- minimum of pertinent factors: 1. Britain's supply of dollars is running low; nearly throe quarters ol those obtained under the loan agreement have been used. 1. Actually, the value of the borrowed dollars has been reduced by ns much as 40 per cent because of a rise in the price of goods thai dollars will buy. This rise is due in considerable measure to the switt removal ot wartime controls in the United States. This has occurred under back-to-normal policies that have had some questionable effects on , American .life.. as well as oh the world market.: :,,.-' ;•" '.: , -,.. 3. European recovery,-on which Britain .depends heavily for expanded markets,' has;' b'cen slower than anyone expected it to be. It is now picking up. B^it, in uny case, the trade relations of Europe 7/Hli America do not put into circulation the dollars' Britain needs. America is not buying ehoit^li' ffoni Eiiro'pfc to do this. 4. The British have already- complied with the terms of the loan agreement which they now want relaxed. They have fulfilled the letter of the contract, hoping that the United States would sec the wisdom of taking steps to preserve the spirit and ultimate usefulness of the contract to both parties. 5 The nature of the changes they ask in the agreement nre. In line with the latest developments in American world trade |>olicy. Since the lean was made, the American emphasis on "non-discrimination"' as against special arrangements like customs' unions has shitted somewhat. This has been illustrated at the Geneva conference in the last few days, spclcal trade arrangements now rmalify lor American approval when they can be shown to be beneficial to world trade. This trows a more favorable light on the "sterling area" which Britain has just been forced officially to relinquish, and indeed even on the system of speciat trade preferences which has for years operated among the members of the British Commonwealth. 0. Before asking for further consideration from the United States the British have adopted, under Prime Minister Attlcc's leadership,-a. new austerity program. This'docs net mean the British are going to give up luxury—which they have never had since the war. It means they arc going to add austerity to austerity. This they arc doing wholly to conserve their d.win- dling supply of dollars-dollars whose value is also dwindling through no fault of the British. 7. The British nrc essential allies ol the United Stater, in the operation of the Marshall Plan. With France, they form the necessary- front against the spread of Communism over E\irope. The need of a Britain as economically strong as possible is i\ political need ol the United Stales. The last consideration enumerated here is by no means the least. If Ihc operation of Ihc British loan agreement weakens Britain as a world Power, that will be to the United States' disadvantage. But F in addition to this point, Americans will want Io act in conformity with their highest conception of fair play on this British request for a change in the loan agreement terms. The factors listed above arc worthy of earnest and honest study, on"• the part of. Americans. —CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, Corordinatipn of U.S. Brains Arid Cash Proposed for 'Safety* Public Schools in Arkansas Expecting Gam In Enrollment When Terms Open in September leaching In a .small town or rural of C'onway. community may be erased in Ark- i Urcw I 1 ', llolbrook, assistant the state geology division ol II Th« DOCTOR SAYS IV WILLIAM A. O'lHUKN, M. I). IVrllu-n for NUA Krrvlce Air droplets of mucous, germs id viruses have been recognize.! s (ilseii.se spreaders for over 50 ears. Hffoits to destroy these ropli'ts received uddcd attention urliiK Wgrld Wur II. , study on the attempts to dls- ileel the nil- in <)];enilhi|; rooms, lorn nurseries und \vnr(U found lat no siui;lc method is entirely lUTi-sMiil. A cvjnbinnUon of nllra- loli'l barriers, chemical dislnfcc- lon iunl active mechanical vcnllla- ion semis (o offer the ure.Ucsl hnncc foi 1 . future success. Miuiy hospitals have InsUlled illra-vlol.H lights In opci'iitlng ooins, so that Iho i>lr Is exposed 0 radiidlon effects .-hiring '.lie op- riillon. thus inlnluhx.inK h'l.ccllon. inly those germs (kmtlug ti'ca in he nlr iiiv affected, bul Uiey arc onsldeicd 11 minor hazard as most K'nns nt'c concrntnUed near the lour. If Ihe ll|!ln was slronij enough o dCKlroy nil bacteria, tho patient ui'xctm nnd assLstunl would l;t nrni'd. uUrn-vlntal Insinuations in insplhils nnd school rooms. tlu>re- on'. will reduce, hut not eliminate, ilr-lxnne Infections IL'Horls Io disinfect the •+ By JOHN !>. STEELE (lh:ll«d Press- Siaff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, AUK. 30. (UP) — special presidential board called oday for mobilization of the na-' .Ion's bruins nncl cash Iri'a 1 10-year' " Irlvc for -world scientific, suprem- '„"' •iy. It told President 7'ruman that by '57 the nation must be prepared nlr In luil opcrntliiB rooms l>y the of ciirbollc iicld spniy (joes —. prepared , to spend at least. *2,000,OPO.OOO an- .,, Dually for scientific rcsearoh-dou- l)le what the United States will ' spend for science tills year. The'.!';' 1 bonril pointed out that Russia now Is upending about $1,200,000,000 for research nncl development. " " ' Stressing that the "troubled state',.,, of tlic world" gives urgency to Its '.'.. recommendations, the bpard said: "The security and prosperity of "~ the United Slates: depend today, as' never before, upon the rapid expansion o( scientific knowledge. It may reasonably be said'16 be a mil 1 ''' Jor fact in our national survival," ' Mr. Truman backed tiic findings of his special scientific research'' bnni'rt a:; essential In protecting' "our democracy from the dangers it faces in nn imcasy world." He • snid the boundaries of scientific •• knowledge also '11111.41 bo pushed " bnek to »s.stire full production and full employment. . .: SU'tliium Heads Itoard ' "• Tile report is the'first of a five-''" volume survey utuler preparation by a bourd headed liy .White House' • Advisor John R. stcelman a former Arkansnn, and established by pro.-' sliieniliil ordcMast October. Mick to the time of Ix>rd Li.sler, 'lennlng the atomic »BC..scientist • Ihe fnlhi-r of antiseptic surgery. "" 10 Indlsponalblo warrior". In time method u'as iibiintloned tie- Ihb ciiuse. uf tlic U>xle, pdecl of cnrbollu acid. IIIIST i),\\<;i:it<)iis i Oust, which Kel-s into the nlr or conflict, It »nld scientific know- , lixlge Is the key to the peacetime ' buttle imainst provcrty nnd. disease... 'I he hoard rccoinmcndcd that. re-ss be asked to underwrite a iinsns if tlie trend in the stum follows Hie lead of some 25 or :to schools. These schools, according '• Arkansas ifcsources itnd Ueveloi to C. s. IJIackburn, director of . incut Commission, hns become school administration of (he depart- ] iiulhor. Ills booklet, entitled "llrook- mont. are building "teuchcriM;cs" ; lie Deposits In lint Sprint; County," in an effort to alleviate the hous- | was published this week. After cx- h>B shorlace for Inslruclors. I plaining that bruoklte is a lltnnliim Crawfordsvllle in Crilicndrii 1 mineral Idcnlicnl to rulllc found County, has spent about $50.0(10 Maiiiiet cove, Holbvook decided an apartment building: Tnckcrman |,that It .should find a londy market lias converted a hutment Into three j iu-» a couling for wrldlun rods. . . . nparlmenU at n cost. -of S'i.DUO; and | inciilentally, slate Cicoloi'.ist H.irold i j Duinns ha.s purchased a nlne-ronm i lAKliall is now yncallunlng In Colo-' n house for use as a dormitory for un- 1 rado. marrit-d women leachers, 'I'hc iirojcets are being financed A Supreme Court test of the IfOT iiy i; on UK OWN LITTLE HOCK, Aug. 30. (UP) — Arkansas will sec a slight enrollment increase in its public schools when they open their 1911-18 session in the next two v.-ecks, Record- Ing to olflcials of the State Education Department, Estimating from figures or past years, the Department believes enrollment will reach 418.000 this year, cooiparcd with an estimated 412,213 last year and an actual enrollment pp-106,213 the year bc- ore. Last year's enrollment is still in lie "estimated" stage because the Department has received r^nons. rom only -11 'of the 75 counties. Tho trend, however, indicates that there were about 4.QQZ more white and 2.000 more Ncjjro pupils in the state last year than the year before, ffieials suy that, the increase should be about the same Ihis year. Education Commissioner Ralph H. Jones says, however, that "w.ir babies." probably will bring abo'it a big enrollment jump next year— 1948-4!). The teacher shortage, although cased a bit in-the larger population centers, still Is very t,lKht ! n ..,.„.. ,,, «... „„..,«. ^UL.^ B U .n, *.,... .m, the rurnl.are.is «iul smaller, lorn*.> s-:milh is iv junior 'college s]icmMst; \ come - nnd thus uiiconslUutlniinl And, said Jones, the shortage ol • Dr. W. I). McCluikin of niytlirvlllc ' - instead of nn the net, Income qualified elementary teachers is heads Ihe division of school ad-i The case was tiled nnd «on by ministration; and Blackburn will . Southwest Arkansas While Itlce rerun with B. A. Lewis, professor l Milling Co. of Carlisle, but the .state of education at Teachers College | will o! from .swce()lii[(. dusting and bed I Piogrnm next, year, keyed to these' nmkliiK, Is 11 possible dlseii.su! baslc_ steps': spreader. Oillni: the floors and [ bcddmi; in army burrucks resulted In , less respiratory Infection under ordinary conditions, even though germs were stilt snrcad during severe epidemics. I'roperly Installed nlr conditioning nulls remove germ-laden nlr (Mid replaced It with fresh nlr. Outside nlr contains so few disease germs that 11 Is harmless, but' when 11 is blown ml" n room the dust which comes In with It may pick n]> dlseu.se germs, QUESTION — When 1 lake a sun bulb, my skin Itches for some time iiftcr'.uuds. Will tills lead to cancer? I ANSWBll — Cancel 1 of the skin develops lifter degeneration of the skin. Your difficulty sounds like physical iille.rtiy. Con.sult your phy- Klciun. by regular loans from the state. Income tax law sponsored by Ciov. revolving loan funds. IJen I.iiiiey 'n|i|inrently l s buikllni{ up from a case llcnrcl recently In Lonoke County Ch.mccry Court. Incidentally. Hlackburn will leave Ilic Department soon for a year's | llrtice litilhon" attorney for the O-I-fhvnnccd tralnhiK at Cicnvse ' Stale ncvemitt ncimrtmcnl; says he I'fnbody College for Teachers at I believes some attorney will Inlcr- Nashvllle. While there, linwcvcr, he I vene in the case to test the vrilldl- ' Iv of the i»n Inw — particularly the .section allowUitt, the tnxp.iyor to deduct srj per cent of thu H- KiclMe and state high school su- mount he paid a.s federal tax IIH pfrvlser, is nrnv president of the \ stead of 100 per cent. Th cconton- school; Dr. James Reynolds, former j lion, Bruce said, probably wilj bo dean of the Junior College at Fort th'nt the tax is now.on tc Kross |)i- ivlli not, feel lonely. Henry Hill, former principal at North Little ItorK and superintendent at. Walnut *I5 Years Ago • ! In Bltftheville — • »••'••••••»•••••••••••••.? A movement to discourage carnivals from coming -here dunng the I'-^Ol and winter months hii.s bocn iindei taken by members of the t.lons Club aeeordiiiK to Jclf nobind preslilent. • • • '- ' Miss Virginia/ r l'erry was hostess to seven couples 'for' n picnic wbd- nc.sday evening comijllnii'titlng her house guest, Robert Ilarberson - of El Dorado. They went to "The Dip" on the Mississippi River where they spread lunch'In the moonlight. Ivfrs. J. H. Coriiran and -A. n. Falrfleld were cha|>ci'ones. extreme. One of the chief obstacles io l. Establishment .of a national -science loumintlon —' authorized to spend from $5C,000,000 to $;5p,(JOO,- 0(10 nniumlly — In supijor't of basic ! . research alone at, colleges,'universities nnd other institutions.' : ^. An over-all spendliiK program which In to years wolild reach al"" least $2.000,000.000, with the federal Kovcriimcnt footing about one-half- Ihe bill. • • ',(. EstnbllshmDht ol n cdnlpr'ehci)- slve and wcll-lntcgrntcd research proiinini — both theoretical • mid- - applied — involving u. "research " triangle" O r Industry, universities nnd Ihc federal government. 4. DoLsterlny the .imllon'a educa- :lonal system to insure that trained •- nnnpower no longer serves ns "the hulling resource" in pushing back the -.uills .of. sclentUlc knowledge,--.. The board 'also urged establishment, o(: ; . ;; ,:,.' ,,, (',•' : . r- • 1. An Internalloniil committee f.<;f scientific research io ,kcep.Vhrlpus , phiises of the national program in balance, Lb exchange scientific Intelligence, and to 'provide ' n' top- level plannhit; group. ,. ' "•'•''""," 2. A bureau of the budgefunlt for reviewing federal scientific'te-:' senit-li and development program:' 3. L'eslgnallon of'R Whltb House staff meinber foi linsoh''purposes • to channel the broa-'. results of tlitf_" ' proyram to top policy councils and Io the president himself. ••. i' ,•'••*. Mr. Ti'inunn, hi hl.s accompanying >''• statemenl, said he soon would name an Inlcrdcpartmcnlnl committee Si\;.;. compliance with the board's • commendations. i' .1 Kcnd Courier News Want Adi harm, and It might win, ns It din In Mils case. : IN HOLLYWOOD By ; JOHNSON NEA Hlnfl" CoiTC.siwn HOLLYWOOD, AUR. 3f). They sny Jimmy Stewart, is a for- gotlpn man, I'd like to argue iibouL it. but the box-office data on his lixst picUire, "It's n Womtorlul LUi 1 ," makes that "forgotten" business hoi tlwnter. Hollywood. He had lirr-:! third in po[Hilar- ity a I Warners, 1)1] t, «hcn hr ramc hack, lir, hat! a InuRli lime KcUinff wnfk at all. The public liafl forgotten him, Hd Craij; look .1 Jul> as un icc-m;u> lu lidc him nvrr the humps. The war ts ovnr, mid (orpot ton , , i liy too many people almuEy. but U waA a good picture. It had cm! B is just grttinn liis first brr«>:. ih - T hc Bibulous Tc\iin " at Kr- comedy, homc-lownncss. B <>"<l rn- lertainnienl ami a lot of ROCK! :iup- porting player.s around Jumtiy. But ( mi: ALMIGHTY UOX now that H has played all around the country, they added up tho shekels on paper and Jiiniiiy'o agents said: "Sorry, Jimmy, they've forgotten you. You'll have to .start, all over again," Thai's the reason, as I told you The fact that Jimmy Stewart and Craig Reynolds and many others arc having to staue a "comeback." just tjccause they've- been out of siijlil for nwhlle. sei-ms a regrettable situation. The only prim! that, founts with the studios, however, .s bux-olfiee take, which is Ihc the other day. why Jimmy's play- j publics voice ins the lead role in the Broadway i AB C,; IS . Vilv lhnl u st;1 , ,,. IS (<> play Harvey. He. is out to win l ltl . lkc tl,,-ec" pictures far], year U, a new fan following, Bet all the h: ,| ( , Ws V]MK - m ,,„. M , n ,; K j,, n . pub.c.ty he ran get. | ,,, y Stewart's experience be a le.s- That's not all of the campaign, j ,, m , 0 sonlo of U|K( . ta ||, )( , rl . tll !adnd either. j higgles v;ho arc crying Ixirausc they I have to make one. BARBS BY H/il, It has been discovered that chess was played as early as 800 B, C. Somebody must have come u»on two ancients still trying to finish a game. * * * A dentist says toothache can be cured by cheerful thoughts. Thai's caty to believe—U it L>n't >our tooth. « * « A Texas ranchc-r U£C3 a plane to round up ttray cattle. Hc-rc's hcplne ht Isn't hcaduis for the last Cratlc-up. The iKituc and faee of this Hollywood li',\rhclor uill be. scm »ti billboar'.ls and in your favorite ] magazines in a bosl of advertising tir-ups. ll's another way Io j fict your populi'rity back. THK ART ()!' COMIN'Ci BACft ] 1 here aie a num'oer of steps in a ' come-back, all carefully worked out i by the Hollywood agents v.-iio handle Iho sfavs. Another one Jimmy j \vill try will be playing in n vvrfc,imi; picture to capture Ihe juvenile audience, i >wn as It Rctualty occui'red. tin!, i do not like U. with u trick and a half and a six-card suit, I believe that West .should take a i:hanec on making nn overcall. It I.s valuable lor your partner to know aljoul youv j,«il, ami ilv.tt you Oo have a trick nncl a halt. Lvcn Ihnnijh they were vuliiernblc, fit five dufo.s t; diamonds, Kiist at\d West would KO <lown only two tricks, mliuui 500. Ksisl made a play In this hunt] to which I want to call your attention. He won the first I rick with Mm ace of clubs and shifted to the Jack of diniuonds. We si ra^hcd returned the other club, declarer winning with the hl»[». S'liith now took two rounds ol trumps. He had Tha( iirellv girl wlio Clares al Hill I'owcll in an elc\ r atnr in (he. (i^cninR shot of "Tl\c SrnAlur \Y:\s IndisiTcet" I.s a srnal<n-'s stand- daughter—Nina Luun. crand- dauchter uf \ValI;iec II. Whilr, Ihc senior srciatur frtnu Maine. • * * It must be love. Marcus Goodrich ftavtcd a fan marazlnc story abonl wifcy Olivia dn lliivllhnid six * AK J83 V K 0 8 5 #9 4 ff 107 *Q(!5 V76 * AQ76 32 454 N W E S Dealer A 10 1 ¥ S » J 108 * AQ J9 862 4072 V AQ J 104 ?, « K5 nubbcr— Both vul. South V/cst Norlh Easl 1 V 1'ass 1 A 2 *. 2 V Pars 4 V Pass Openinr;—•?« 5 30 Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Largo Dividend Sayings Ixiw Net Cost Protection For Borvlse W. L. TAMKE ; toil K. DaTls BL, P. O. Box 431 .1 J Phono M87 BlylhcTjIfe, Ark. ! ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 I'er Bushel We Sell: . ' ; ,.;i ; • By tlic Pound • Hy the Bushel • Tnickload••'••• BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 K. M;iin. Phone 073 U. S. Army Leader HORIZONTAL 3 Hcvolutions 1,7 Pictured U.S. I, 10 . 1 ' minute Army leader, already lost three tricks and hl.s problem ,ia.s how to handle tile spade suit. Knowing that he should finesse on Ihe first But Jituiny Slr.vvart lint tlic . . months ago and hasn't finished it, . icund. lie led a spade io dummy's agreed to wrilr the piece, ! »cc, and K;ist quickly pl.iye<l tlic only one. He wns out of (lie pic- i j, 10 viding Ihc maeazinc doosirt even l tcn-ipot. If Ihc spade Hire for almost live years while he served with Ihc AAF. and thai five-year figure i:; Ihc limit, tic- cording to Ihc boys uho know. Clark Gable felt I lie hting of thai absence, and so did Tyrone Power. It took plenty ot publicity money to put "The Hazor'h Edge" in Hie box-olttce ruiuihig. Craig Reynolds was third popularity on thr Wnrivr I'M actor to cnll.'.l, long before Pcavl Harbor. C'raic went with the ma- > rlnc;. to Ciuadile.in-'!. w.t^ v:ouudi.d ; and, alter months In a hospital, j was retuined to cr-Ulan life and. change a comma. McKENNEY ON BRIDGE - '/' Help on Dcfcww By Will'AM t. M'K!,NNH' America's Card Aulhetlty AVrilttn roi NEA Service | divided three-two. Koulh knew iliHt East could have the queen anil ten. or Iho ten and :i small spade. This falsc-crud may not. work very often, and it should not work against, good players, but It did make It difficult for declarer to giies.s what to do with the spade tmt. 1 am n.ul!e sure thai many plavcrs would h-nr done wlul he did—cJ:-h the I: me nl spades. ho\>- nig Io drop the queen. Of conrr ; i? lir I'.Kt the contract became lie fcunc] threp to the quicn In the West hand. Tho ial£,e-cj:d cl Die Un b;; 1 Symbol for tellurium •5 Nebraska. county (i Promontory. 7 12 months , R Preposition Jl ludkm in Egyptian river bidding en today's hand is could do him or his partner_r.j_. 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