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EVENING LEDaER-PHIIiADELPniA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1916
S HALT PROBE
INTO POLITICAL 'SLUSH'
FUND; CASE DEFERRED
U. S. Inquiry nt Pittsburgh
Postponed Until Next Week
After Philadelphia Bnnker
Goes fiefore Jury
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 9,-Ono of the bit
tercst lojrnl flBlits with which the United
States Government han been confronted It
Anticipated In the Untc1 Htatci District
Court hero next week whon the browery
officials renew their contest U qlinBli the
Federal probe of contributions mado to
political cnmp-ilsmt'by the liquor Inter
ests. Tho probe hml started only tlili
mornlnB when postponement was mndo
until next Tuesday afternoon nt tho re
quest of counsel for the brewery men.
United Stales District Attorney R. Low
ly Humes Is prepnrlns for n clash that
way rench the higher Federnl Courts, ns
tho nttornoys for tho brewery Interests
apparently hnve been Instructed to spam
no movo that might frustrate tho planned
The arguments on tho petition of the
brewery ofFlclnln to nunsli tlio subpoenas
Issued on brewery ofllrlals and otliern
will bo next Monday Counsel for tho
liquor men hope for n fiivorablo decision
In this matter, and expect the argument
to result In nt least delaying the probe
scheduled to start Tuesday. District At
torney Humes, however, Is planning to
rcsumo tho calling of witnesses Tucsdny
Tho Inquiry, which Is expected to bo
come nation-wide In scope, opened todny
tn the Federal Uulldlng, when James
Moore, nsslstant cashier of the North
western National Hank of Philadelphia
was called before the United .States Grand
The Phlladelphlnu, the first witness,
produced bank records, the Government
officials hoped, showing transactloni
through tho bnnk mado by the United
States Brewers' Association, and tho
Pennsylvania llrowers' Association, two
organizations supposed to havo disbursed
huge sums In politics since 1.111, back to
which date tho Government Inquiry may
Among other tlilngH light was expected
to be thrown on one transaction involv
ing nearly half a million dollars, which
was contributed to one or moro candi
dates In the State election In Pennsylvania
two years ago.
The defense Is represented by Attorney
Georgo Shaw, of Itecd, Smith, Shaw and
Heal; Attorney Charles A. Fagan and
Attorney J. W. Hlbhard, who accompanied
Assistant Cashier Moore from Philadel
phia. That the Philadelphia banker produced
records In tho shape of canceled checks
Is believed, but apparently with the un
derstanding they were produced under
"BILLY" SUNDAY RAKES
RICH OVER THE COALS
PHILADELPHIA BANK HEAD
SUMMONED AS A WITNESS
Edwin A. Schmidt to Testify in 'Slush'
lite president of tho Northwestern Il.mk
of Philadelphia Is Kdwin A. Schmidt, of
the Schmidt Browing Company. Ho has
been summoned to appear as a witness
In tho Pittsburgh "slush" fund suit. Mr.
Schmidt has -also been subpoenaed ns
trustee of the1 United States Brewers'
Mr. Schmidt, In talking today over tho
telephone, from his apartments In the
Itltz-Carlton Hotel, said:
"Yes I have been sunpoenaed, but I
havo no Idea when I shall be called be
fore tho Federal Grand Jury In Pitts
burgh." "Havo the officers of the bank been
subpoenaed?" ho was asked.
"No," he replied, "Just the bank has
been subpoenaed, nna probably wo will
aena counsel to represent us.
"What connection has the bank with
"None whatever as far as I know; I
am nil In tho dark regarding this matter.
The bank has nothing to do with this
as far ns I know, and I have no knowl
edge of the United States Brewers' As
sociation contributing any money for
Other officials of tho Northwestern
Bank of Philadelphia nro: Vice presi
dent. Otto C. Wolf; cashier, I.lnfonl C.
Nice; assistant cashier, James Moore;
directors, E. A. Schmidt, Otto C. Wolf,
D. Charles Murtha, G. It., Itcbmann, John
E. Hanifan, A, Raymond Raff, Andy
Braun, Edward C. Schmldhclser, Harry
A. Poth, of the I'oth Brewing Company,
Otto W. Schaum. William H. Severn, L.
C. Nice, John R, LtVezey, Joseph P. Witt
man. The capital of this Institution Is
1200,000 and the surplus and undivided
Other Phlladelphlnns subpoenaed in tho
liquor Blush fund probo are John Gardi
ner, president of the Pennsylvania Brew
era' Association, and Charles F. Ettla,
secretary of tho association.
Mr. Ettla was reported today to bo se
riously III. Mr. Gardiner admitted that
he had been subpoenaed.
Preaches on True Greatness at
Theatre Crowded With
Tlin.VTO.V, Feb. 9. - "A Rich Man In
Mno Purple" was tho theme of "Billy"
Sundny's sermon nt the Trent Theatre nt
noon today. It wns n special meeting for
men, and tho crowd that filled the play-Iioiisi-
The sermon was one of Sunday's best
since bo came to this city. Ho snid true
greatness among men was tho greatest
oi cnaraeier and uprightness Artrr
speaking of tho wonderful nrcompllsh
tnent of man along tho lines of sclent e
nnd other things, "Hilly" said thnt in
spite of nvci thing ho could do. mnti had
to ncknnwledgo thnt God was the master
of nil things
'The fir tree" was the subject of the
sermon at tho tabernncle this afternoon
before 1800 persons from this city and i
the surrounding towns. The communities
of lllchboro and Hnrllngcn sent several
hundred pel sons. Tho collection todtu
was devoted to charity, the Intltutlons
benefited being SI. .InmcV Day Nurscr.
Florence Crittenden Mission, the Mont
gomery Street Mission and the work of
the district nurses heic
"Dr. Jekyl nnd Mr. Hyde," one of the
best sermons that the evangelist has
preached, will be delivered at the laber
nnclo tonight, when there will be many
largo delegations In nstendance. Tho
Knights of I'ythlas lodgei of this section
of the Ntute Intend to have nt least U000
members In tho temple. llnrdontown.
Hopewell nnd Lnmhertvllln will wnd their
lodges nnd after the formation at the
Fnuith I'rrslijtorinn r'liiirch opposite
Sunday's home the march will be mndo ti
the tabernacle behind two luntN
A 51L, ..m ,"
,gr p . k
CHARGES BREACH OF
FAITH BY BRAN DEIS
Cnntliiued from I'nKe One
tho E per cent, railroad rate case," was
Thome's opening remark.
Senator Walsh Insisted on the witness
ndhorlng strictly to the record when dis
cussing the position taken by Branded) In
tho complicated phases of the rate case.
Throughout this case, Thome explained,
counsel for shippers nnd for the public,
Including himself and Brnndcls, had con
tended that tho not revenue of the rail
roads was sulllclcnt to run the roads nt
a profit. This, he said, was tho crux of
the fight ngalnst tho Incrcnsed rates de
manded by the roads. Tho commission
Itself, In lain, made this clear, ho said.
Tho commission announced, Thome said,
thnt tho question pending would he di
vided for nrgument Into two parts:
First. Aro tho railroads entitled to
Second. If so, where shnll It be se
cured? At the very close of the arguments In
1313, the witness said, Brnndcls made the
final argument against tho railroads.
Thorne lead from the record showing
thnt Brandels said le following in his
"I have said, nnd I will say again, that
whntcver may be true of the rates, the
net Income Is not sulilclent to give that
prosperity to the railroads such as the
weltare of the people demands."
Leaning forward In his chair the wit
ness pounded tho table with his fist and
glancing with flashing eyes from one
member of the committee to another, he
"This was tho very point for which the
railroads had contended for four years.
They had bombarded tho commission with
arguments, they had maintained a nation
wide propaganda. Tho commission itself
had charged them with misleading nnd
deceiving tho public as to their revenues.
"Here wo were nt the close of this great
case Involving ?.'0,ufl0.000 a year, five per
cent, on a billion dollars. From a finan
cial standpoint this was the most Im
portant caso over tried between private
parties bofore any human tribunal slnco
the dawn of civilization.
'In the closing argument, after every
rcpiesentatlvo of the public had con
cluded, tho special counsel for the com
mission, appointed to see that nil points
of tho caso were properly presented,
without notice and without warning to
other counsel, conceded the very point
nt issue at that time."
DIt. ALVIN W. STRUSE
"Who will leave this city today to
spend two years among the'
islands of the I'ncillc Ocean, study
ing tropical diseases for the Rock
efeller Institute. Ho was former
ly connected with the Abington
Memorial and Episcopal Hospitals.
CAMDEN WOMEN PLAN
Licensed to Wed at Elkton
ELKTON, Md.. .Feb. 3. Marriage
licenses were Issued in Klkton this morn
ing to tho following parties: Charles V.
Hallmer nnd Anna A. Kepner, Walter G.
Snyder and Ada A. Cade, Russell M.
Lamb and Rose K. Corry and Al
bert Smith and Emma M. Seelye, nil of
Philadelphia, Pa.; John K. Johnson,
Schwencksvlllc, and Minnie M. Brader.
Allentownf Horace S. Williams and
Evelyn Rapp. Norristown; James N. Car-
ver and Mary E. Gill, Coatesvllle: Albert
M. Orleff and Ruth V. Bennett Milton;
George ZInk. Newark, N J., and Bessie
E. Walker. Philadelphia.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Michael rtinianatky. Marcus Hook, Pa., and
Alanr Wanuahek. SSim Porter at.
J iiJ.i,. iXf "Sk' "? J.""" -. ana Anna
Lenlo. 100 rennlale rt
Joseph r. Cor. anil Jlrandywlne at . and Jo-
aanna M. Lanexran, "BWl llranilywlne t.
BanforJ Lelt. Miller, Klin Malcolm uve.. and
trnma U I'lummer, t:iv) K. Palmer at.
ffl"&ffrl&mMP &?,., ""
William P. tUyrln, org N. 0th at., and Anna
Baa. 503 Or ton at.
Ehlzuyoakl ptauka, niencoe, Md., and Rose
Cuiroan dlencoe, Md. '
William II. Haiti. Kfli Vf. Jefferaon t., and
Emilia Ilrennlnger, Mil) J. Marahalt at.
Rob"t J. Kingston. 2U1 E- Stella at., and
. SIurK. O'Urlen. 400 Weatvlew ave.
'SUU" lF'r'onM.rt:hal, "" and n
&&Bf?tF&&u " Kluy
WlllUm W Oaynor. 23lt Madlaon anuare, and
Kathcrlne A. Murray, 1241 8. 22d at.
CtA'.i.,tf& J?",,- Sctioolhouae lane, and
Ulubeth R McCafferty. 316! Aramlnito ave.
5S. rSu,,in' 2'.-3 Na'la " an" Sophia Dion,
JU22 ucraon st
flanlyPwoawck,ziUT Duncan at. and Karo-
Una, Dunbuck. 2.170 Tucker at.
Joseph A. Kllllon. :t031 N. 8th at., and Mary
Goorae A. Hoay, (lalneavltle. Tex., and Maria
U Xlebrandt K32 N. Camac at.
Joaepn P. McClready. ROOT Itaiel ae., and
Ellen T Devlne. sik 8. tSOtta at. '
Koatanty liormky, i:a Green at., and Wlk-
torya Badmarnkl, 1S3 (Jreen it.
Joaeph I. Bhanltz. 6TI01 UuUt ave., and Sarah
Nftdler. (B5 Callowhlll at
JLateal Koiionaky, 731 Oreen at., and UronU-
Uwa Bulwtn. 3374 Salmon at.
Police Court Chronicles
Tho tnsk of raising nn army In n hurry
Is somewhat dllllcult. Charllo Roosevelt,
who Is no relation to Vcddy, found this
out after a bitter experience Charlie fa
vors preparedness nna Delleves that all
Americans should place themselves on
record regarding tho matter Immediately.
Ho appointed himself a committee and
questioned those whom he met on tho
street. Ho was especially Industrious In
this connection along Kensington nvenue.
Some of those approached Ignored
Charlie; others gave him tho laugh. One
facetious youth tried to "kid" him for
tho amusement of a few bystanders,
"Aro you prepared?" asked Charllo.
"You Just bet I am," replied the youth.
Theru was a loud report as Roosevelt's
fist struck tho faco of the joker Beforo
ho could recover, Charlie pulled a pipe
from tho mouth of the youth and then
blow smoke in his face. "That's tho
smoke of battle," said Charlie as he
turned on his heel. But he wnlked right
Into the arms of Policeman Yost
When he was brought beforo Mnglstrato
Dletz, at tho Tronton avenue and Dau
phin streets station, Charlie declared that
he was simply trying to raise an army
to protect tho country. Tho "Judge" ad
mired his motlvo but disapproved of his
"I'm prepared to mako any sacrifice,"
"I'm glad to hear It," said the Magis
trate, "and you will not shudder, there
fore, at the order to camp ten days In the
Philadelphians Outlino Defense
Scheme at Neighbors'
Camden women arc prepnilng to enter
the movement for national prepared in""
Sevcnty-(Jo women, repri,MnUig.alimst
all tho women's chilis in C'ain(cu Count,
mot Inst.nUiht'al.tliH homo of MIhh ISIIzn
bolh Cooper Reeve, .101 State street, to
launch the movement Miss Reeve, who
Is regopt of the Nassau Chapter of tho
Daughters of the American Revolution,
."cut out the call for the meeting.
It l.s planned to estnhlhh a Camden
branch of the Women's Division on .Na
tional Preparedness along tho lines of the
organisation now existing, in Philadelphia.
It as agreed to hold another meeting
next Tuesday afternoon In the Cooper
Library, Jd and Cooper streets, to perfect
the organization. All clubs for women
will bo Invited to aid In bringing about
Koveral Plill.idalphi: women weio pics
ent and spoke at the meeting, telling
those present what had been dime In this
city In tho cause of preparedness The
speakers were Dr. 1:119 Rose. iassstant,
surgeon of the Woman's Hospital; MKs
Gortrudo Abbott, of .Plilladelplll.t, nnd Mrs.
White, one of tho active workers of the
Pennsylvania Women's Division on Pre
CAMDEN'S CIVIC CELEBRATION
Finance, Cqmrnittee Will Lay Plans to
' " "Kaisd Fluids v
'"''Vf ,,1C'u'A'!i'o V
The Finance Committee in charge of
ralslngf,the7,unds,- fpr. tliojbUr Camden
Civic Celebration and Imposition of In
dustrles, which wjll bfi heWSJny 18-27, will
meet at tho rooms of tho' Board of Trade
2D Broodwuv, Into- this afternoon -to dis
cuss the llnapco campaign. Many of tho
large industries stud banking honses of
Camden have been aproached by tho com
mittee, and will lay tho matter of con
tributing funds before their board of dl
doctors It Is planned to raise $50,000.
Today's meeting will probably result In
the formation of plans for soliciting con
tributions fiom the retailers and private
citizens who ate interested in tho project.
Camden Trade Board Meeting
The tegular monthly meeting of tho
Camden Hoard of Tindo will be held nt
20 Broadway nt 12:30 o'clock tomorrow.
Secretaiy Charles M. Curry, of tho Board
of Trade, said that in all piobabillty tho
standing committees for tho insuius year
would bo appointed at the meeting.
tUa O, XUJwood Carpenter Studio, 1123 Cheat-
nat at. Tbo olduU eatabllahed ichool in
rtilladelBhIa, with tba moat modern method.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
an ia Art. Mathematics and Knll,h
.dal atttntloq alven to tha correct tisa of
word, it, I. WAU1CEN, U So, 171b.
STRAYER'S Th5 Buahwae School.
Vivriu m 801-SOT Caeatnut Blnat.
aVK VltQtt JOS TO so.
iUW KCU CO.. 031 AJtfil JjIUKKT
NO WINTER HERE
Tho picturesque scene tad won.
derful climate ol lovely, tropical
Porto Rico are only 4tf days from
New York. Co now,
? earner your botel all the : war, from New
oik to, and around tba lalaud, loppini
at principal porta, and return. 10.000. tori
tearnere efcecialb equipped for Uopical
aemca. Subnza ayerjr Stuid.r under lb
American fUm. Wnle lor illueuated booklet.
PORTO RICO LINE
CrulUa Dept. 11 Broadway, New Ywlc
Ilrunrb Ticket Ddlce
701 Che.tuut htfiet. t'hlladflphla.
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in a Garden of Eden at
where are the wonderful
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finest resort hotels in the world
Spend the winter there
Ak your ticket agent for particular! or
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243 Flth Avenue. New York
155 Wet Maditon Street, Chicago
1 1 '' "7" " ' '';'
ATIuNTIO C1TV, ,'. J,
$31.80 iSJP $31.80
From Philadelphia every Wed. and Sat.
Including meals and cbolca 01 stateroom
accommodation. All outilda rooma. Fine
teanwra. But service. Tickets limited to
May SI. '
Merchants & Miners' Trans, Co.
City OUlce, 10s 80. tb St, Phoo Lombard
19 Consult nr tUkct or teuxlst .Jiett.
vari&r - iriivnccrr.
.superior location with an
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and boqrdvvallv Arecorjnized
standard of excellence
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ATIANTIO CITY. JV. J.
OHIMatllalUla U at fat aV A 4T U M aa
Q8UH WHITE A SONS COMHAMyf
Westminster . " " ei.v to
$1.50 W ,. u lh &'& wtlat &l
TILLMAN TO PRESS
ARMOR PLATE BILL
Naval Committee Chairman
Says That Is His "Answer to
Steel Bnrbiis' Bluff"
WASIirNOTO.V, Keti. O.-t'lani for
pitrly pnRsiiRo in Hie Scnnto of the Gov
eminent nrtnor pinto factory bill wns thp
ntinwpr todn) to the t rent mndo yester
day by Henntor Penrose thnt tho nrmor
lilnto mnnnfnctiirerB would hooit prlres
to the Clovi'ininent $2W) n ton.
Kcnntor Tlllmnn, chnlrmnn of the N'nvnl
! Omnnilttcc, today snvo notice he would
I call up the bill In the .Senate Monday,
1 miiKe it "iintlnl.ihed business," nnd press
us iinnieuinte passnfie.
"I nin absolutely eertnln the bill will
pnss thnt Is my nnswer to the steel Inr
oils' bluff," said Senator Tlllmnn todny.
"Theie lire enough Hepilbllcans who lmve
piotn'sed to support It with the Demo
tr.ito tn insun- Its pnssnj?c."
Tllltnan nlso declared tie wns consider
ing ywirther nrtlon shotild he taken re
uni (libit the price Increnso threat of the
11111 mi farttit 01 x.
1 nm sine the llircnt wns made In all
si rloiisiirits," snld Tlllmnn. "Menntor
t'eimise Is ahvnvs fair mid mtnli.i ,,,,,1
flunk rii iloesn't bluff. He snld he was
authorized to make the statement for the
muiiiifiu Hirers I nm not cerlnln what.
If any notion ran be tnketi by the Scnnto
icitiirilliiii the imnufnoturprs'" threats, hut
1 mn not disturbed by them. The hill
Avlll ini IIiriiiiKhi It was foolishness for
thrill In make the threat vllon they did.
Thev mlKht have known that the com
mittee would lmve Immedlntely responded
by cnllliiB their blurf and icportlns the
Tillman today was prepaihiK nn elnh
ointr report In favor of the bill, Includ
ing 11 seiithliiK Indictment of the mnnu-facttiieis.
AUTO LICENSES REVOKED
Unhonored Checks Causo of Action by
ItAtltltsnt'ItO. Feb 9 Stnto Illgh-
way Commissioner CunnlnBhnm todny re
voked three nutomobllo licenses becauso
payment had been made by checks which
the bnnks on which they were drawn re
fused to honor. Abe Slmontfln, Tnfen
turn, 1'n l Hotnley S XitRle, 1'ottstown,
I'd.! n dealer, wcro the holders of tho
licenses, NnRlo holdlnrr both n driver's
nnd n iln.iler's license
Commissioner CuimlliRhnm declares
thnt If necessary ho will Insist upon certi
fied checks necompatiyltiR nil applica
tions for automobile licenses ,
Bnhy Smothered by Deri Clothes
ClIESTKn, Pfl.. Feb. 9. -Catherine
Finds, 6 months old, AnURhter of Thomas
Finds, of 3005 Oakwnrd street, Phllndel
phla, wns smothered to death by bed-,
clothes ns Bho slept with her mother
early nt the home of Mrs. I-lnds ntint,
Mrs. Mnrgnrct Scully. C02 Flower street.
Five Get Divorces at lotttft4?
NOimiSTOWN, Pa., Feb. 9"1
today srnnted five divorces nT '
won decrees wore: Gordon ij f.?j
West Consholiockeni Mabel o"d'
New Hnnover; Harry K. Tv .rt
pack: Preston A. YcrBer. of &!?.' f
nnd Garnet W Corry. of PlylnoJ
DON'T LEASE NAVAL OIL
RESERVE, SAYS DANIELS
California Lands Should Be
Preserved for Warships, He
Tells Senate Committee
Shore Fire Victims Ittiried
Two 'victims of tho recent Atlantic- City
fire were burled todaj at 2 o'clock. They
wrie Thnnms LMtfiit ttin Mott find his wife,
Mm-tliti IlilirirH .Molt The simple funetal
service of the Friends was held In the
I rlends' AleetliiK House, tth nnd Arch
sluets. Interment was made In tho
Mlerttls' Southwest liurlnl Ground, nenr
f.Jth street and Woodland iivenue
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9-Sectetary of
tho Navy Daniels todny. before the Sennto
Public Lands Committee, viKorously op
posed pnssnBo by CoiiRress of nny IcrIs
latlou which would permit oil operators
to lomnlii on the nnvnl oil reserve In Oil
Ifornla. Ilo said they should be held
strictly to their IcRal rlRhts In the couits
"Havlmr entered on bulldlnt? of oil-burn-Injj
battleships," snld Daniels, "our re
serves should bo held Intact. If bills now
boforo ConKtoflH should pass, In 20 ycais
supplies would lie so depleted thnt the
navy would bo forced to rely on private
concerns nt provnlllnt" hlsh prices. '
Dnnlcls opposed the Myers' oil con
servation bill, which would permit leasing
of oil hind within the naval reserve.
Tho nnvy will need 1,800,000 barrels of
oil nnnunlly for ships now bulldliiB In
times of peace, nnd 5,000,000 In war times,
Dnnlcln'said. He nolnteil out Great nrlt-
nln had bought G. 100,000 lutrcls nt Port
Arthur In one year of the war.
Senator Phelan suRKcstod the navy
otiRht not to continue building oil burn
ers. Phelan bald he had expert Informa
tion that tho visible oil supply wotlld Inst
only 23 years. Daniels retorted that If
the naval reserves are not opened up to
private exploitation tho navy's Ileitis
would furnish enough for a decade.
iPR JP!fJ9H Vjfffito
S M Worn WimZM
I SPCCUL FRlClffl
It begins tomorrowl The reductions arc 25 tn
50 per cent, below rcptilar prices. Over $10000?
vortli of home furnishings is involvcd-the Mmmi
I'cbruary Sale we ever launched. Buy NOW
make liberal use of the credit which we offer you"
3-Pc. Mahogany Bedroom Suite
DRESSER SI fi.50 1 Toilet Table $1 fl.50 1 Chiffonier $1 A 50
lleuulnrly $32,110 u I ItcRiilnrly Sin.BO '""' I lteKiilnrly ?J1 ll-L!
These 3 beautiful Adam mahogany Bedroom pieces for $4J w
example, were formerly $67.50, and at $67.50 they were a won!
'wi v.ti,t,-vf v,. .....w. ,j Yufuv'f u "i "pw-nj inty were a won
derful value. The cabinet work on this suite is beautiful. Each ni.,-.
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sold separately if desired. Terms SOc a week.
1 .ana t tv yPMTm .sw m Jinmi si LU lui
8 WLMUril 1 no
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c Expression devices assuring an indi
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K Both piano and player-action are made
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o Being sold direct, all "in-between"
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