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OREGON CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
Per Week, J10 Cexts
3Y A DEFICIT
::nir has bccn BOTH EX
TANT AND WAtTtriL,
.HONS ASKED CUT IN TWO
tawing Par-Capita Coat By
if and By Month Ara
01 van By tha -----Cammlttaa.
HU8TUN0 FOR NAMtB. .
Petition Asking Biota Aid for Butta
' villa prldga.
K. Woolworth, ona of tha proinlnant
residents of liuttevllle, waa In thla city
Friday and will remain" bara today cir
culating a petition for a bridge serosa
tha Willamette river' at liuttevllle.
Mr. Woolworth, although be had Just
commenced to clrrulata tbla petition
Thuraday afternoon, ba aucceodod In
securing many namaa of tba proinlnant
clilxena of thla city. .(
If tbla bridge la built It would tend
to build up tba aoutharo part of tha
county of Clnckamaa In that vlrlnlty.
At present tba roada In that locality
ara In Rood condition, and In summer
especially good for automobiles. At
present thoaa wishing to croaa tha rlv
r at that point are obliged to croaa by
furry, and la dlagreeabl aaperlally
during tba atormy, waather. Tbara la
no bridge wipandlng tha Willamette
river fur tea ma or pedestrians tbla
aide of Halem, between that city and
', Jan. 10. (Spl.) -The legls
mlttee appointed by tba laat
to Inveatlgat and make
1st Ions aa to tha future of
asylum and the achool for
'ad baa many caustic worda
t management of theaa In-
winding up with a recom-4
that the appropriation ba
he necessary retrenchment
nlea put .Into practice,
.t all In all the report cut
nendatlona of r. Btelnar In
middle,. Certain reconv
I of the Doctor were Ignored
yrt ahowa deflelenclea In
ancea where there ahould
king finance. Allegations
gance are to Im aeen
. the report
ther Intereallng data fur
atatement bowing the coat
at each of the Institutions,
alng aa followa: Asylum,
af School, 124.35; Wind
.I&iJleform School. IS5.B0:
jr. -1 tr-Feeble-Minded
.78 r- " -
,oylng the report are two
proprlatlon hills' which will
!y be prlntod. It a I no waa
the Senate to furnUh coplea
art for the uae of tha mem
i being done both In the
iport we find tha following
mmend for Ibe Institution
leblo-Mlnded an approprla
280. idred and hInetjMwo thous
undred and fifty-seven dol
bed foe t he Oregon Stat
r the Insane.
r capita coat of maintaining
a pa'lanta for tha pat alx
artoda baa been aa followa:
,, .:. ii.oro
T capita coat of maintaining
a tha vartoua institutions per
the paat biennial period haa
. I i ........ . 13."3
a School . . . .
chool . ,
1ANQ JURY BUSY.
idleate too Politicises Muat
Talk to Jury.
U.K. 111.. Jan. 10. (SpU
Jred hare teen aubpoenaed
ir Cannon city to ,tell of
y know of vote buying. An
ia begun which protnleea to
of tha ward'heelerS that can
In tha city- It la believed
be much evidence of crook'
N ORLEANS WIN.
J In Contact for Panama
TQTON. Jan. 20. (Spl.)
ca won flrat blood In the
r the Panama Exposition,
at Bay .that It la lined np
rill carry thlnga Ita way In
Ind up. The real battle la
achedulcd for the Houae
fHI WEATHER. -
a City and Portland
In General Fair, cold-
, portion; waaterly wlnda.
AT A HIT
E ARC MAKING WITH ,
t CLEAN UP SALE
iutt eoma here to appreciate
tndld marehandlae wa ara
ring at fully 40 par eant ra
in order to clean up our atook.
ry eholoa pattarna In aulta
reoata atlll to ba had. Don't
M. them. ' , .--.
Mel Like btkara
th and Mafn ate. ,
WANTS NOTE PAID."
ldnay Oordon Haa Sued B. J. Berg
v on. Note.
- Sidney - Oordon baa filed a ault
agalnat II. J. IM'rg On a pnmlaaory
note, which la due and payable on
January 1, ' 1911, tbe-nraount holng
On Sep(emler Tn910r the defendant
made a certified promissory note pay
able to the order of U V. Kawllnga at
bis office In Portland for thla amount,
but Mr. liawllhga -later and for a con
alderatlon transferred the note to Sid
ney Gordon. The sum baa not. been
tiitld. and 50 la asked for attorney's
foes for Instituting action and for the
payment of tbe I1V2 7fi with S per cent
Interest. He la represented by Attor
ney W. J. Shaver. ; .
MORGAN WANTS DIVORCE.
Baye Hla Wife Daaartad and Without
-A. K. Morgan haa filed a ault for di
vorce agalnat May Morgan to whom M
waa married In Idaho on November I,
1191. In beoember, 1903, Mrs. Mor
gan, bo atatea her huaoana, aeaenoa
him without cause, and bus continued
to desert him ever since. .Morgan's
attorney-la T- II. MoDevltt. Jr., of
Charge Wife Daaartad Him.
Frances!!. TToutlrr baa. filed In the
Circuit Court of Clackamaa county a
ault for divorce agalnat Julia Troutler,
through hla attorney, T. II. McDevltt,
Jr. of Portland. The Troutlera were
married at--Oran3 Ttapwarr-M H"h;rtin
March, U99. and Mi Traverae City,
Mich., Mra. troutler deserted her bus
baud, so he states, without any cauae
HAS M Gill
COLONEL R60SEVELT IS TO VISIT
THE COAST IN APRIL AND
MAY SPEAK HERE.
HIS TRAIN MAT POSSIBLY STOP
Portland Commercial Club Gate Buay
In An Effort to Make Hla Visit
WASinSJOTON. Jan. W. (Spl.)
Senators itourne and Chamberlain are
In possession of a letter from Kg
Prealduut Roosevelt In which he telle
them that early In April ba will Be
out on Ibe Coast, and that be expecta
to pasa through Oregon City and Port
land on hla way East from a visit to
San Kranciftco .
TTf Scnatora wish to. Inform their
friends-a lmg-tho-rHHe-f thla - pro.
poard visit so -that those wishing to
Colonel Roosevelt can lake ma
necessary steps to do so.
In hla communication. to tbe Oregon
Henatora Mr. Itoobevelt said be did not
want to have Portland people feel that
there waa any need of preparing an
entertainment for him or of caving
him apeak during bla visit In Portland,
but Ibnt he did not want them to think
be would go through the city without
lotting them know In advance. The
Senators feel sure that If the commer
cial bodlea aball take the matter up,
the ex President will address tbe cltl-
xena of Portland, and tbey auggeat
that some of the commercial bodlea
ake the matter up directly with Mr.
Roosevelt, or with him through them.
and they will be glad to do what tbey
ran to assist la having blm enter
tained while he la In Portland.
Oregon City oople who wish to aee
Colonel Roosevelt. will likely be com-(M-Mod
to go to Portland aa tbe Shasta
IJmlted. the fast train on the South
ern Pacific that will moat likely bear
thla dlstlngulMhed rjiizen on hla Jour
ney, doea not atop here- . If thla waa a
regular stopping place for thla train
there might be a chance to gei me
Colonel to Bay. a few worda to an as-
aembled crowd, but unless the t orn-
DOCTOR MAY BE FREE
IN VERA HALL CASCJ
CONTENTION OP DEPEN8E THAT
THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OP
' Dr. J. J. Rosenberg la on trial In
Portland for murder in the first de
gree. It being charged that Mlsa Vera
Hall, of thla place, came to her death
through the uae of chloroform In pre
paration for'a.crlmlnal operation. The
Doctor'e attorneara have made a motion
for a directed verdict at the bands of
tho Judge, of dlamlsaal. The claim la
made that none of the atate a wltneae-
ea have given any evidence to abow
that Vera Hall died through criminal
negllgonco on Dr. Roaenberg'a part, or
that there la any evidence to ahnw
that tbe doctor waa preparing to per
form a criminal operation
Judge Morrow held that Rosenberg
cannot be convicted under the negli
gence etatute. which providea a penal
ty for a lawful act committed without
due care and discretion. He declared
that the atate had n rod need no evi
dence fo ahow carelessness on the phy-
slclan'a part Neither haa any one of
the atate'a wltneaaea testified that
there were'evldencee that the doctor
waa about to perform a criminal op
eration or that he placed her under the
Influence of chloroform for that pur
WILL CAMPAIGN WITH
CODIITY SUPT. GARY
START WILL BE MADE MONDAY-
WHOLE -WEEK'S PROGRAM
Edward II. Todd, vice-president of
the Willamette University, and Super
intendent T. J. Gary will start out on
Monday mornlngy January 2d, to visit
achoota and to hold educational calllea
In varloua parts of Clackamaa county.
They will be at Oak Grove on Monday,
Harmony, Tueaday; Boring, Wedoea
day; Sprlngwater, -Thuraday; ,Logan,
rriaay; Brown a, Saturday.
Superintendent Gary heard Dr. Todd
apeak at the dedication of the Eataca-
da achool houae, and aaya that It waa
one of the beat addressee he haa aver
heard. Dr. Todd'a lecturea ' appeal
with especial force to tha young peo
ple. t V"
Two yeara ago Statd Superintendent
Ackerman as sis tad th one of theaa
campalgna and at every place waa
greeted by a packed houae. Dr. Todd
will doubtleaa receive the same appre
ciation, " . .
LITTLE LAD SURPRISED.
Young Prlenda Come Trooping In With
Parkplacf waa tbe scene of a very
enjoyable aurprlae for Maater Lake
Smith, a well-known Juvenile member
of that place. Singing, charadea,
gamea of varloua kinds, followed by
an evening tea, ws more than appre
ciated, by tbe aurprlsed lad aa well as
bis guests. Tbe little girls preeent
, Helen and Laura Druner, Lorn
Woods, Helen RIkks and Francea
Helen Druner captured the grand
price, which conaUted of a two pound
bos of candy, which waa divided by
tbe victorious maiden with her rivals
and boat. Maater Mko extenda a
hearty Invitation for his girl friends
to call again.
MADE. ROAD A RIVER.
Watara Turned Back. Into Street PHI
There waa much damage -done to
atock and raw products at the Woollen
Mills during tbe atorm of Tueaday.' It
la aald the damage at tbeae mllla will
total upwarda of a thousand dollars.
Another atory that runs parallel with
thla one la tbla: that employee of the
Southern Pacific, Jlndlng the water
running down from the South End hill
on to their 4racka built up a atone dam
and -turned the jraterlntoJhe road
again. In thla way the road waa made
a veritable river and poured down the
hill and acrosa the Main atreet Into
the basement at the. Woollen Mllla.
The' contention ia that but for thla
there would have been little or no
damage ot Woollen Mill goods.
V. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
Program for" the Meeting to Be Held
- Tbe following programme haa been
arranged for the local Institute for the
teacbera of CTackftmar'county to be
held at the city hall In Canby on Sat
urday, February :
10:00, Primary Reading. Mlsa Lillian
Anderson, Barlow; 10:30, Intermediate
Reading. Mlsa Bade Evans. Mundorf;
11:00. Advanced Reading. Mlsa Roma
Stafford, Oregon City; 11:J0 Clacka-
mu County Athletic League, B. Ved'
der: 12:0o, Dinner served by Ladlea
of Canby; 1:30, Program by pup-
lis of Canby, achool: "2:00, Civil Govern
ment. J. Dean Butler, Oak Grove; 2:40.
Debating. Howard Jamea, Eatacaaa:
3:10, Arithmetic, C E. Romlg, Canby,
" ONE MEEfiNQ"A"YEAR.
an Indocw-the-rallway Novemboe 7 lxad-jaJatocBounj!
fmall Eatate to Administer.
The estate of William, Hammond
waa filed yesterday for probate, the
value being $250, and tbe only heir
known of la Thomas Anderson, aged
60 yeara, of Indiana. W. W. Everbart,
of thla city, Is named aa administrator.
officials to permit him to atop, or he
ran be Induced to travel on train
that doea atop at all tbe larger cltlea.
it will be necesaary to go to portiana
lo see and hear Colonel Rooeevelt.
Already the Portland commercial
Club baa taken steps to formally In
vite the Colonel tp become guest, oi
the city and to apeak from onr more
platforms while here. It baa oirerea
to provide entertainment and haa es
pecially urged thefolonel to make hla
nnaaaca throuch the City time long
to be remembered by Roae City cltl
xena. Bo vrrm has been tbe expree-
alon of the rlub officials mat H ia ne
ti.vjut th Colonel will aladly accept.
and take that opportunity to adflresa
the people of Oregon at lengtn.
HEIRS ARE NAMED.
Wanta Eatate of Hla Mother Properly
Grant "Benolt. haa filed letters of pe
tition for the appointment of J. C.
Egglmann aa administrator of the ea
tate of hla mother, Mrs. llebecea II.
Benolt, who died In thla city laat week.
The value of the estate Is 1186. and
the helra are Mary. McCulloil, of Ve
rona, North Dakota; Grant Benolt,
Verona. North Dakota; Julia S. Eggl
mann, Roaetta 1 Kggimann, uuy te-
nolt, of Oregon City. J. W. Loder la
the attorney of the eatate.
Two Important Caeea. .
There aretwd caaea to be tried In
Justice Samson's court next week.
Lucna Rrodanvlrh will be put on trial
for assault on Mra. Bonnie Nelson od
Tueaday, and the- two Keller boya,
charged with larceny on Thuraday.
Both ara caaea of more than usual Im
ODD FELLOWS GUI
LAST TWO DEGREES
GLADSTONE CANDIDATES PUT
THROUGH THE PACES BY ORE
QON CITY TEAM.
The Odd Fellows, of Gladstone, were
given a good time Thursday night by
the Oregon City Odd Fellows. It waa
the occasion of the working of the
aecond and third degreea on the mem
bera of the new lodge at Gladstone,
which la at thla time, being Instituted.
There were 24 Odd Fellowa from
Gladstone to take th degreea, and
ample preparations had been made
for the occasion.
At an early hour th work was be
gun. -The local lodge waa out In .force
to aee the fun. The Oregon City team
was at Ita beat and the evening sport
waa atich that those who participated
will not aoon forget. Those who took
the degreea were:
Messrs. C. T. Tooxe, Harry Morrow.
O. H. Frertag. Will Hammond. Kd
Huahea. John and Chaa. Stevera, W,
F. Bchooley, J. C. Schmidt, Frank Ken.
nedy. A. F. Parker, Joe Bauer, Cham'
bars Howell. J. A. Tuft, Guy Dwlggina,
C. A. Williams, L. A. Reade, John
Slckler. John Dennlaon. W. H. Caulk
tna, Will Mulkey, J. II. McOetchte and
Q. S. Wllllame. w
- After the Initiation th participate
partook Of apread prepared for the
occasion. The lodge will meet each
Wednesday and for th present In
Onalt'a hall, over th poetofflce In
LOSING COMMITTEE , PROVIDES
VERY ENJOYABLE SPREAD
- FOR WINNING MEMBERS.
FOURTEEN NEW MEMBERS INSTALLED
Campaign for New Member Will Laat
Till April 1 Special Rat
The District Boundary Board decld
ed at Ita laat meetln to hold only one
meetlna a Tear for the purpose or
changing boundaries and creating dis
tricts, jnie nmuiK win uviu vu
the seventh day of November. All
changea made arihtt lime will be
properly entered on the asseaaora
book a and thua avoid confusion.
It la hoped that all Interested parties
who read thla will take due notice and
nreoare their petltlona In time. If pe-
tltlons come In too late for that meet
ing they will aurely have to wait until
a year later.
COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY.
Several Improvement Matters to - Be
Taken Up. .
There will be a apecial meeting of
Council next Monday evening, at
which time Mayor Brownell expecta to
be In attendance. It la expected to
open blda for the Improvement on
Sixth street .The proposition for the
Improvement of Center atreet. from
Eleventh to the alley. dlatance of 143
feet, will also be up for consideration.
The order for work on Taylor and Jef
ferson atreet a la limited to work that
will not be Injured by the weather.
filling and grading not to be done till
April. - ,
Goaa to Attend Funeral.
Prof. Brenton Vedder, principal In
the Gladstone school, waa called to
Scott 'a Mllla. with hla. family, Friday,
on account of the death by drowning
of the daughter of John Ferguson.
Prof. Vedder Is a relative and went to
the family home to assist In paying
due respect at the grave of the little
girl wbo lost her life so auadeniy
Women of Woodcraft enjoyed
moat delightful banquet Friday even
ing. In their ball on Main atreet. It
waa th occasion or the cioae oi a con
teat for attendance, and the committee
providing tbe banquet waa the losing
aide In th conteat
The flrat bualnesa of the evening
was the usual routine. Thla was fol
lowed bv the Initiation of 14 candi
datea. After tbe team work of the
evening the Canemah Quartette gave
several musical numbers, among inem
betne- both vocal and Instrumental
selections, Tbla part of the program
waa especially enjoyed by thoa pres
y Following the musical urogram
came the grand marcn, in wnicn an
were rot into line and marched to the
banquet hall." There wer upwarda of
135 wbo aat down to the feast pre
pared, which proved to be one of the
moat enjoyable apreada ever served by
the ladlea of thla lodge and they are
noted for doing thlnga right It waa
a feast for th gods hot chicken
supper. with all tbe delicacies of the
Mason. ' " ' -
Mra. Mary Leach, of Portland, one
of the grand organixers ottne oraer,
tu nresent to participate In the In-
atallatlon. She gave a very lntereet-
lnr address on -Woodcraft" and waa
accompanied by her daughter-in-law
Thla waa a apread for members only
and nroved to be a red-letter day In
tbe hlatory of the local order. There
were 8 new appllcatlona presented thla
evening for acceptance, i nere . ia
three months campaign on - for- new
members, and a apecial rate la In force
tbat la open till April.
order ia Friday, February , at which
time the circle wtir be entertained by
a committee of five of which Mra.
I Angua Mathleaon la chairman
- BUYS JOHNSON HOME. .
Place to Be Remodeled and Greatly
EL M. Howell, a prominent resident
of tbla city Thursday closed a deal
with Captain J. T. Appersqn la which
he purchased what la known aa th
Carey Johnson place on Eleventh and
Washington atreeta. It. la Mr. How
ell's Intention to have the house thor
oughly renovated, and probably en
larged, and will be moved so aa to.Jacw
Center atreet and1. Moee street The
grounds are to be parked, beautified
and cement walla and cement walka
buflt. Mr. Howell will not stale aa to
who will occupy th building when
Tbe place commands an excellent
view, and la a moat desirable location
for a home. At th rear th parking
Is to be cleared of the -brush, and this
too la to be beautified. The main en
trance of the place will be from Moaa
atreet, and tha roadway will b built
at that point leading to th houae.
There are at present about IS rooms
In th building, and la heated by rur
nace. . '
A marriage license waa granted Fri
day to Opal Wllklna Tjbbetta and
Bring thla ad and w will tell you
how to get a aample of this th ,
LATEST AND BESl
On Dy For All' Goods
Ten Centa Per Package
W Fill All Do Wants
A Full Lin of
A. D. S. Remedies
Prescriptions and Family
Filled With Pur Drugs.
Quality aad Prlee Right ,
CHAnnATT & Co.
v City Drug Star.
Next Door to Elotrl Hotel.
Pactfla Pkon It r Horn Phon 41 1 work for about four days.
STREET TO CEMETERY
TO BE GIVEN FREE
MR. C. T. T002E WILL GIVE HIS
30 FEET IF BALANCE IS .
C. T. Too has Just prepared a plat
of hla proposed new addition to th
cltv on Molalia avenue, iaia oui on
property lenown as tne Ely nop yara
The addition facea on Molalia avenue
and runs along Duan atreet the street
that givea entrance to Mountain lew
cemetery. One new atreet la thua op
ened up. to be christened Hilda atreet
It la the intention of Mr. toox to
dedicate thla addition and have the
frnota taken" over br th city If it
can be done without too much expense'
and trouble. At present the way
leading to the temetery la only 20
feet wide, th remaining 80 leet oi
what will make a good road being the
nrooerty of Mr. Toore. He la wining
to donata thla to the city If Mra. Ely,
who owns the 30 feet width from Mr.
Tooze'a line to the cemetery, wiu do
likewise, making a good atreet. The
matter will be taken up in council ana
an effort put. forth to have matters
straightened out so that the city may
have a proper atreet to tn cemetery,
RIVER BATIKS FILLED
BUT UNDER COM
NOT AS MUCH DAMAGE DONE AS
WAS AT FIRST FEARED
The flood condltlona are not aa
alarming aa was first considered, al
though there haa been some damage
don by th raging waters of tho Will
amette river and Ita trlbutariea. At
the paper mllla on the West Side
Thuraday morning the water, atood
62.5 feet while Friday 'it waa 64.2,
and it la now thought that all danger
la paat, as th watera will commence
to" recede, aa th weather' haa turned
colder. The water on th (lata below
th city haa gone down considerably.
Moffatt ft Parker hat a crew of
workmen repairing the break In the
sewer, which gave way on Wedneaday
evening during th heavy a tor ma. Thla
la a great task,' especially where th
aewer la broken on lower Twelfth
atreet. As ther Is a large flit at that
point, and It la difficult to ascertain
Juat where th break la, and part of
the fill la being removed by tbe WQrk-4
men to find the weak point, in many
place there are huge boulder that
have been brought from Washington
atreet and used aa the fill, will have to
b removed by means of cable that Is
operated by tbe engine at the Junction
Of Eleventh atreet and will probably
delay tbe men with their other atreet
-LITTLE INDIAN BOY.
Chief Shaw Hopae to Send Him to
The little alx year old aon of Mollis
Clark, serving 60 day sentence In tbe
city prison, la having a atrenuoua time
of ltNbzhts he la permitted to sleep ;
In the lail with hla mother, and .day
time he Is permitted to come and go
about as he pleases. Chief of Policy
g haw haa been In a quandary wnai 10
do and haa finally decided to try-to
send the child to the Indian achool at
Cbemawa, and haa taken the matter
np with the authorities In that insti
The little fellow Is a bright boy ana
It la a pity that he cannot he nnaer
better Influences than his mother la
likely to give-him. He was examined
by'-Healtlr'Otneer Norns, ana pro
nounced free from disease, so tnai me
prospects are that tbe school will ac
cept him and install mm tn me wots
ther. ' -' -
VISIT NEIGHBOR CLUB.
KG OF Oil
SET FOH FIliiM
MEMBERS TO BE ASKED TO "DE
CLARE" .THE PORTION OP '
CROP WISHED BOLD. ,
FARMERS KYITED TO CC.'lE D SEE
Pour Matter f Importance Will B
Up for Consideration By
Member at Thla , '
V ; Beaalon. '
The members of the Oregon City
Fruit and Produce Union ar request
ed to meet in th County Court room.
In the Court House, next Friday, Jan- .
nary 27, at 10 o'clock In th forenoon.
This la to be a buaineaa meeting and
all the officers and member are urged
to be present There will b several
thing for th consideration of th
members. This union is 10 o rum
along the'lln of giving not only th -officers,
but th member aa well, th
fullest expression of their opinione in
matters of Importance to th Union.
Among th thing to com up tor dis
cussion and settlement ar: '
1. To consider the question of send- ,
ing off for th spring supply of spray
ing materials. By buying in quanti
ties, and as an organlxatlon. ther will
be a saving In prtc and gratr car
will be exercised In seeing that th
beat la supplied.' " . . ' .
2. iS-ports ar to b asked as to.,
what th members have on hand t&at
they wish th Union to. market for
members. ' '
2. Members will be given oppor
tunity to "declare" selves aa t6 what
they want the Union to market for
them' th coming season. That which
la "declared" th Union officer muat
of necessity do their best to market
That not declared th Union may or
may not take when th time comes to, '
market th product If th Union ha
need of It at all well and good but if
not It will not b Ita duty to hunt for
markets for that part of th product
pf even Its member, j ',
4. A report will b had as to what
perishable stuff th members have OA.
band to dispose of at this time.
All farmer and fruit raiser -of
are near to a time when ther Is to be
The nuestlon aa to the relative value
of Iron and gold waa debated at Cler
mont school Wednesday night, ao
spite the rain, and the achool houae
was ss full aa was comfortable,
Clermont School Patrone Not Afraid
of th Rain.
A delegation from th Clermont
school district attended the debate of
the Mountain View Booater Club last
night The debate waa participated In
by the ladlea, the subject up for dis
cussion being, "Resolved, That Capital
Punishment Should . Be Abolished."
When the women of a neighborhood
becln to take part In tbe discussions."
raid a member of th crab, "then wfrleteciramaa county- who contemplate
Joining ahould be present to se what...
Is being don and what has beea ac
complished so far. Also b oa hand
to atudy the question from a close
place of observation and satisfy your
selves as to what this Union caa do .
for ron. .
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