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. MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
OREGON CUT, OREGON"
E. t. ROCHE, Editor and Publisher,
Untaraa M r on d -class matter Jan.
ttn . lltl. at. tha Hit aRWia l iWm
PTj on. under the Act ol Marc
raw tr jcwctirnoN,
On Taar, by mall .
la Month. by mall .
Fmr Moatha. by mall.
Par weak, bjr earrlsr...
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First Pas, par men rtrat Insertion.... lis
First Pin, par Inch added Insart tons.. 10
r la eh
Ran paper othrr than flret pa, per mrh
rtn Inearttoaj lie
Run Paper other than first pa, par meh
added Beartlon. So
Local la par Una; to rerular adrer
tlsara la Una. ,
Waata. For Rala. To Rent. etc.. ana
ant a word first in semen; one-naif seat
Rates far adeerttetn In h Weekly
Enterprte will be tne same aa In the
daily, for advertisements set especially
for the weekly. Wltare the aarertlsement
In transferred from the dally to the week
ly, without ananae. the rats wfll be so
i for run of I
logs and that much of this money win
find Its way Into the government de
poeltory. There la absolutely no rsa
son why anyone should distrust tha
banks of Oregon City. There la no city
la tha atata with sounder financial
Institutions. But there arc always
soma timid people, who will trust their
money to no ona unless It ba tha Gov-
eminent and tha deposits wtll show
just what tha true condition Is.
Last Sunday waa the anniversary
of the death of QroverXleveland, who
passed in 1S08. Eight -years aa Presi
dent, Cleveland represented the high
est type of American statesmanship.
There waa a man with back-bone, who
had the courage of hta convictions. Ha
served hta country well. Ha refused
to. compromise upon quest lous of na
tional honor, even at the sacrifice of
harmony in his party and time has
vindicated bis position.
PIEPKES ARE ENTERTAINED.
Students Celebrate Bitf Gift to
Their College by Unique Parade
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the paper, and las aa
men roc spenai poaittn.
Caah ahould accompanr order where
party la unknown In buatneee office of
Least advertising at legal advertising
t ft tea.
Clftrua advertising snd special transient
advertising at tie to lOe aa inch, aocord
ma to special condition governing the
"FTee Sale- and Bankrupt Rale" advert
isements tie Inch first Insertion: add!
.tonal tnaertlona same matter 3c loch.
Newa Items and well writ'en articles
if BMtit. with mterest to local readers,
will ba cladly accepted. Rejected tnanu
sertpta narer returned unless aopompaa
led by stiraoe to prepay poataare.
Surprise Given Couple Who Move To
A surprise party waa tendered Mr.
and Mrs.Ptepke. of Mount Pleasant,
1 at their home oa Saturday uiRht. A
most enjoyable time waa had. Mr.J
and Mr. Piekpe have recently taken
poHe8slon of the Helm 'arm. . Re
freshments were served.
Those present were Mia Ethel
Mather, Mlra Isabel Mather, Miss
Gwendellyn Jones, Misa Hanson, Ml 88
Armstrong, A. I .Anders, Mr. Wood,
O. Johanson. B. Flaherty, Walter Fos
ter, of Clackamas; Mrs. Hargreavea.
Misa Gertrude Hargreaves, Edward
and Harry Uargreaves, of Portland;
James Partlow and Frank Cinek, of
wiq or I
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER,
Viola Couple Wtda.
Phrfafflsn Tnr. ind Xf lew Vfrla Tn.
nmarArcn ur.br.nibT. ler. of Viola, nrominent vouna- oeoDle
u is not an prooaoie mat a news- of that place, were married Wednea-
paper of the character of the Port-id". of last week, by tha Rev. William
land Daily Newa will be conscious- J Kr"'-ri Pf ,0' , of i 'h Zi?n Lut!
. , , . . . , iierah Church, of th a city. he cere-
atrkken over the tragic death of CWef , mony WM nn arU. o'clock at
uavia uampoeii, oi tne nre depart-! the home of the brlde'a parents. Mr.
For weeks that publication baa made
vicious attacks on Campbell, without
foundation, purely to stir up public
aentlment to a point where an Indign
ant people would take his dismissal
quietly, after Mayor Rushlight atapa
Last Saturday tha Newa contained a
' particularly vituperous slander of
Chief Campbell, charging him with in
competence and going back alx years
for an illustration for Its rotten story.
Monday morning, within aa hour of
the Chief's death, the Newa came out
on the street with an. extra, and
proved to the public that it had lost
what little aense of decency it ever
had. by permitting the Saturday story
of the fireman hero to appear In the
extra edition, along with, the tale of
'he death of the head of Portland's
' Dave Campbell waa a fearless fire
fighter. He died at hia post of duty.
His was a terrible end. Hehad no
defense against a alanderoua Journal
Hia passing Is awful testimony of
-the- falsity of -the- stories that- were
circulated for the express purpose of
destroying hia usefulness la public life.
'But Providence intervened.
- Oregon City is one of the few towns
In Oregon that has a postal-savings
bank. With no' little foreign poDula-
and Mrs. Tannier. Misa Annie Rax
waa the bridesmaid and Tllty Allen-
bach was the bridegroom.
PRICE BROS. BEAT MOLALLA.
Game la Attended By Large Crowd
From Thla City.
There was a large attendance at
the baseball game on Sunday at Mo-
la I la, when the Molalla team played
the Price Brothera of this city. The
game resulted In a score of S to 5 in
favor of the Price Brothers. Many
persons from this city attended.
Victim Blamed For Death.
Coroner Fox, on Monday held an In
quest into the, death of L. P. Davis,
a bo was killed while blasting stumps
near Eagle Creek. The Jury decided
that Davis' death waa due to hia hav
ing placed a too heavy blast in the
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Ksrrick Plaada Today.
Joseph Kerrick. proprietor of the
Log Cabin Saloon, who Is charged
wtin allowing women to enter his
place, will plead before Recorder Stlpp
today. The Recorder denied the mo
tion to dismiss the case on the charge
mat me complaint is not proper.
MRS. E. H. SHOINERE DIES.
TCDEN'TS snd graduates of the Btevena Institute ef Technology la
Hoboken, N. J- reveuily celebrated the gift of Castle Stevens to the
institution to be o--d as a dormitory and study ball The building had
long beloused to the Stevens family, and the keya were turned over te
the preaideut of the college ly the graudsoa of the founder. One of the fea
tures of tbe celvbraikm sa a purnde in which representatives of every clsss
graduated slure tbe ltmtlititiiii hh founded forty years ago participated. Tha
former students wi-re varlou i-wtuuies reminiscent of the days of Colonel
John Stevens, t he fu titer of Hie f "under of the Institute, and of tbe founder,
both of whom were ureal liiveniom tud did -much lo make stesm boats and
steam ratlnad ti-viriil The .class of 11? appeared aa a gtgantle T rail,
tbat form of railrtutd trm-k linvlug teen Invited by a member of tbe Stevens
family. .Mtxlel of lMinitfteti and steamboats Invented and built by tbe
Steveuxe were nr i-iurled on rioaf. and a bugs wheel, known aa the circular
track and tiiveiiW, n ttie eiiti hf ".W, waa also a striking feature of tbe
parade, liritdiiini uf tiie arlumi who hold important engineering positions
all ove.the-wor d reinrm-d ur llohken to take part la tbe celebration.
Jack Johnson Goes to England
With Diamonds and White Wife
Aged Woman Moved Here Two Years
Ago From Portland.
Mrs. E. H. Sboinere, seventy-one
years of age, and well known In this
county and Portland, died at her home
on Division -Street-iiear Sixteenth.
atonaay afternoon. Mrs. Sholnere
had been ill two yeara and her death
tta. lt . to be expected that thoua-1 tWrM 5..? J?,!!
I jn lij . . !.:;.. .
aous .ui uuuais is mu away m atoca-1 cnaseo tne James H. May homestead.
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jTUCIi as 1 love tie American people, I love Great Britain
I F I more Ine ebould be enough to ALLAY the
I feara o'f manj on Loth sides of the border who are seriously
thinking tbat the reciprocity pact will lead to the AXXEX-
aaiw oi oanaua to tne unitel states. --t.
1 .In England also many prominent men are in donbt aa to tbe
DESIGNS of the United States regarding Canada.
, THEIR D0U8T8 ARE GROUNDLESS, SEEING THAT THE ONLY
REASON FOR RECIPROCITY IS TO BETTER TRADE RELATIONS BE
TWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES.
;Aa peace loving nations the United States'and Canada hare set
tn example to the REST OF THE WORLD. Though baring the
LOTUEaT boundary extending from ocean to ocean, both countries
art liring'in peace irnd mutual respect WITHOUT a fortress, a
soldier or a gun on either side of that boundary
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TO GRAPPLE HERE
BIRO, CHAMPION MIODLEWEIQHT,
MEETS STRANGLE SMITH
MATCH TO BE CATCH AS CATCH CAN
Portland Man Espected to Make Great
Showing With Strangle Hold
' . Arranged.
John Hers, world's champion mid
illewelsht wrestler, will make til
Initial aixarano In Oregon t'lty on
Wcdiieadiiy eveiiln at lite Armory In
a catch -aa-cairn-cati mau-n wun
StratiKler Smith, of I'ortliind. The
meet will be for the beM two falls
out of three,- no noiiis oarrcu. inns
eiialdlna Hmltli to imu his fninous
slrniiKle hold. While Hern will out
weluh Smith several imiuiuIs the use
of the stratiKle will equalise the till
I ere lire between the men.
This will bo Hera's first searniice
In a match In the Northwest for more
t hull two years aud aeverul parties of
Portland eujliuslasla plan to be at the
rltiKHlde on the nUttit of Ibe match, aa
It will be the only oi'Krtunlty tttey
will have to see Iters lu action. The
great grappler wilt not participate lu
other mutches prior lo his leaving for
Kl Pa so, Teiaa, next week, where he
KM- Into training to meet the winner
of the Mac keuachmldl tlotch match In.
ChlcsKo on labor Iay. Ilr( la con
Itdetit that he will Ue able lo hold hia
own atcalnst the winner of this Inter
national meet and la keen to start
When here before llerg Invested In
total realty and It was fur the puroae
of earing for thla that he came West.
Following his match -here he will
return to I'ortland for a few day a be
fore laavlng for Kl I 'a so.
Several t ellent preliminaries, will
bo carded for Ibe match and the event
will lie the banner athletic attraction
seen in Oregon City thla season.
about your menaw ......
a aeooaltor hare. "
Your bills art U aald by ohsoh. Your ahsok. whan . .
semes a recsIpL No trouble about Changs, no dlsout.. 1r",d.
msnts, no question aa to uhara your money has aona ."kb'ut
you havs raeslwsd. Your pasa book and th, stubs af w. !!0w "i-oh
always tall tha atory. C" ' ,hw kaik
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE AND
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT THE
The Bank of Oregon Citv
OLDEST BANK IN TUB COUNTY
D. 0. LATOURKTTI President
F. J. Utits
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol OREGON CITY, OREGON
V CAPITAL, 14000.00.
Tranaateta a eerai wanning uainaaa. Open Inn a. m
Oregon City Woolen
Mills Pays Top Prices
For Clackamas County
Real Estate Tranafers
I'ankratlus John and Kasiwr Marugg
lo William U liorthwlck. acres, ae'
Hon 32. township 3 south, range 7
cast : f IU0.
James M. and Hannah Erlckson to
II llerg. east half of west half.
southeast quarter, set-lion 8. township
4 south, range 1 east, except ! So
Fred 1 and Maude E. 8 trout to 11.1
II. and Kmma Case. 40 y acres,
U I. t. Mtouretie donation land
claim, townships 1 and 3 south, rants
2 euTt: lo.
M. T. Hargrove, et al to K. J. Iloede-
feld. 20 acres., sections 7 and Id. town-
hip 3 south, range 1 east; lio
J. W. Massing to t'harlea E. Inon.
lota tti. 40. 47 and 48, block. 43, kiln-
norn; iioo. i
Hilda Tooe to Mack U I-ake, lots
12 and 13. block I. V. T. Too Ad
dltlon to Oregon tltv: 110. s
K. I. and Minnie tl. Htanffer 4o U
IV and May flake, part of David Oil
ing donation land claim, townablo 1
south, range 3 east, 34 acres;, loo.
v. b. naiiser to F. F. Udgley. 10
acrea, section 12. township t south.
anjm I west; $1,400. .
tiuldo It. Clark to Hoy 1 Clark, lot
block 71. Oregon City, and all. that
part of blocks 174. 175. 178 and 177.
lying south of Abernethy Creek, Ore- business Mondsy.
Mrs. Hpencer and daughter war In
Oregon City on business Maturday
Mrs Douglas and children, and Mrs.
Km-ker attended lb Children's Day
meeting at the Orange hall Satur
A. J. Iiurdette vlalted hia parents
at Newnrt Halurday. Ha relumed
Tho Junior league of tha Melho
dlst church had a picnic on the old
ramp grounds last Halurday. tiamea
were played and at noon all partook
of a aumptuoua dinner. Although the
weaUMr waa threatening, all had a
nice. time. The league bad Ita las
meeting ttunday until Hentemtwr.
The ball gam Hunday between the
dprrn rungs and canby, waa won
by the home team. Although the
weather prevented them playing but
sis Innings Canity waa ahead and at
tha close of the gam the acora waa
;4 to I. .
J. U Combs made a business trip
io ronia oa, Monday and Tuesday
Mr. Hchuller made a business trip
io ronianq Monday,
in tHirret brothers were la Port
isnn on business Monday.
mariey comba was In Portland on,
-.i. . aa !
gon City; quitclaim.
rurman and Myrtle Ilutbee to II. R
nd Fannie Bmlth, south hslf of nonh
est quarter, section 7. lownshln 3
south, range 3 east, and 3.K0 acrea.
ownshlp 4 south, range 3 enst; lio.
Heart to Heart
Dy EDWIN A. NYR
oeerai neraons rrtim ranbv at.
tended the German picnic Hunday at
omnns para in Marksburg.
w..a a . .
j-iiii fsewion ana son lHe were
In I'ortland on business Mondsy.
Miss Kdlth Krueger, who Is vlslUng
at her sister's. Mrs. Kaunlseh
accompanied by Mr. Kauplach to
rornan:i on business Mondav.
Misa Myrtle Henael. of Portland, la
miss ura urn.
oy iee ana nia aunt, Mrs. W. A.
naumarsn, atlenle (he berry fair at
i'"ii"n ibbi wees.
Howard Ecclea made a business
trip to mrtiand Hiiturday.
John Molan. of imion Hall, died
Saturday. He had lived In that dis
trict fr some lime. The funeral waa
neij mon.iay at x o clock. Interment
was in ins zion eemetyy.
(From niMiu tixlay tu num tomorrow.!
Run sets 7 111. rises 414; moon sets
8:14 a. ui.'
Photos by Ameiicao Press Association.
"JUST LIKE THE FLOWER"
Select Lily of the Valley Perfume,
" It possesses all the fragrance) of tba . '
fresh flowers, Is very lasting and a
' . reat favorite with people of refined
. .; taate. ' ..-
, 't Is all tha rage throughout tba
country, and la demanded by all up-to-date,
particular people. Price per
. oonce 11.00. ,
r , Select Uly of tha Valley Liquid
- Soap 25e and 60c.
.. For gale by '
Huntley Brothers Co., Druggists
ACK. JOHN80N, champion heavy weight pngllUt, has cons to Enflsnd
ii.. u.auiuua auu aim wane wire. Aner witnesalnK the coronstlon
festivities he will sppesr m a London music ball and will then make a
wrar 0i curopo py an to. us look two American care with blm and a
negro chauffeur to ran tba ona belonging to his wife. Johnson will run his
own car', the high powered racer that caused hia arrest severs I times lo this
country. As Franca has prsctlcslly no speed regulations for sutos ha expects
to "burn up- tba roads of thst country. Johnson snd bis wife traveled from
Hew Tort aa rst clsss passengers. Tha stswsrd of the steamboat arranged
separata table for aim and bis wife, and the other passengers did not bare
to aawwclaU with thaw unlaws thay wished to do so. nrora tha hp .ailed
Joansoa and hia wife posed for aameroiis pbotogrsphers. snd Johnson srsvelr
axplaiiiad that he did aot expect te see King tTeorgs. Ona of tba reportara
waa witnessed (ha departure of tba champion ssld tbat be was wesrtna only
hia "morning jewels, a small memorial window in bla shirt front snd several
cuuusa i' cut ..saw ro ma ungers. i ne pictures above show Johnson
bis wlfa and a separata view of tba paglllst snd his famous golden smile.
NOTICE la hereby given that I will,
at the next regular meeting of tba
City Council, apply for a license
to soli liquor at my placa of busi
ness. Tha Old Heldleberg Sslocm,
421 Main street, for a period of
. D. M. KLEM8EN.
Notlca of Appllcatfon
NOTICE la hereby given that I will,
at tb next regular meeting of tha
City Councils apply for a license
to sell liquor at my placa of busi
ness. 207 Eighth street, for a period
of three months.
THE COUNTRY URL IN TOWN.
She Is going alone In the city.
In the country hoiIiIhk Impiien Life
there la a inonotutie And the vlrl
oes not kliow that the greatest boon
to lie content ami tloil the mil.i
pliice are Hie (test.
She la dlwonlenlnl.
Does she not see I lie same fnees
every KuiiUuy si the i hurrli and nt
the tilrsf Mie ktioV4 one us "ll III."
another us -)iirah." and the fumlllarlty
bns become trite Ami over all the
Countryside Im the never limigliig look
of tliltics Yonder U the city; Every
tbltiK there Is dnTereut-plenty of new
fuces und seiiHiillotm. The scenes
change like a ka leiloM-oe. Tbe city
air In tonle. Hurely life Im fuller there.
She Is younc and Innocent.
Hlie (Ircuim funi Iful dreiinm. Hlie Is
Impiitlcnt of restrolul. Hbe Im lured by
tbe glumoiir of tbe town. Hliedce not
know how safe la Hie sheltered life of
the quiet nclghliorliood und bow dun
gerotia the ( ty. ybe does not know the
human limits of her virtues under
strong teuipiatlou. Mlie doea not kuuw
thst ber gcntlencH of tiuture prevents
ber using upon the deceitful tempter
tba force of scorn which tba sophisti
cs ted coo summon to their aid. Hhe
does not know her own weakness.
Her loving disposition
knows bow to deny. Her sweet un- d"t of the United Htitte. iMirn at
seinsiiuess scarcely Is able to refuse. Urslntree-. Muss ; died
a.very best quality of ber girlish self lf4-Alexsnder llsmllton killed Id a
may lead to ber undoing. There the by Aaron Htirr; Nirn 1757,
defenseless chicken strsys. Over tbat IMH-Nomluntlon st Chicago of Clere-
piace oovers ids cruel bswk and lnd and nendrlcks. which hmiialii
swoops upon Its prey. Into power the first lemK rstlc nd-
innocent gin: mlnlstmilon In twente r.me rears
July 10 In American History..
1447- Dnte soinet lines naslgned for the
birth st Cenia of l'hrlsioiher Co
lumbus, discoverer of A merles.
liSU-rrench army sml fle'l. under
I(M-liambeau renched America to
fight for the I'oioiilstM.
lSHft-Jitlln llnrdner I yjer. Widow of
President Ji'hu Tyier. died: Isiro
itsn-rresiiient Harrison signed the
bill for I he aduilsaloo of Wyoming
Into the Union.
(From noon tiKlay to iummi tomorrow.!
nun nets Ji'JK, rises l .'W; imsiii jwts
4 a. m.: moon fsrthest oiiih snd lot
est; Hi At m. In., essleru lime, full moon
in vunsiriiiuion ragiiiarius; sun a iwh
inaiiou. -a degrees 14 ft minutes north
of celestial trustor. t
Notlca for Bids.
NOTICR la hereby given that teaJsd
proposals fu the construction and
laying a sewer along tba south Una
or District No. st the west end of
alley dividing block So. Iheore east,
erly along alley to northeast corner
of lot J, block 6. on west side of
John Adams street, thence south
erly along John Adams si rest to tba
southeast corner of lot 4, block M,
at rirst street, thence westerly
along rtrat street to southwest m.
ner of lot 4. blfWk 3. thence south
erly to alley dividing block II,
tbenca westerly along alley to
northeast corner of lot ,
block 14. on Washington street,
tbenca along Washington street,
"southerly to southeast corner of lot
4, block 14 on Houth itraet,
tbenca westerly on Houth street to
southwest comer of lot 4, block 14,
Ihenca aoutberly to alley dividing
block II, Ihenca westerly dowa alley
.to west aide of Center at reel and at
northeast corner of lot I, block
10, at Bouth Second street, tbenes
Ihenca southerly along Center street
lo southeast corner of lot 4, block 10,
westerly along Houth Second street
to southwest corner of lot 4. block
71. tbenca northerly along west Hoe
of blocka 7ft. 74. 73 and 70, ww lit ba
received by tba Recorder of Orefoa
City, Oregon, until 4 o'clock p. bl,
July 6th. Illl.
Plana and specifications contain
ing further Information and - tha
kind of newer to ba laid will ba fur
nlabed upon application lo aald n
.corder. Kach bid must be ceo la
ps n led by a certified check for a
anm equal to five per centum of tha
total amount of the bid. which turn
will m aubject to forfeiture to Ore
gon City In case of tho failure of
tha aucceaaful bidder herein to fur
'nlsh required bonds snd enter Into
a written contract for said work.
If railed upon to do so, within tba '
time a peel fled for same In the Ord
inance providing for such aewer. .
Proposals must be made upon
blanka furnished by Oregon City.
Tha right to reject any and TI
blda or to accept any bid consider-
ed moat favorable to Oregon City
laa VaaffaaK SsawawaWB Wakjf
Hi aavsva awjavvi v va.
Each proposal muat state the time
required for tha completion of th
antlra work for said aewer whirl
work must ba done according to tbt
Ordlnancea of Oregon City and thj
charter thereof, and tha plana and
specifications governing said work.
This nollca Is published purunt
j - . . v. - rv.,nM1 nf
io aa uruer (I m v 117 v ."-
Oregon City, msde snd entered st
special meeting thereof held, on
the 14th day of June, 1911.
Application for License to Run ana
Regulate a Pool Hall
NOTICES la hereby given that I wl.
at tha next regular meeting 01 w
City Council apply for a license w
run and regulate a pool hall t our
placa of bualneaa, 708 Main street,
for a period of alx months. .
COX WARtt ,
Notlca Of Application for Liquor .
MntfV.-. la fcarahv alvan. that I WWl
at the next regular meeting of to
City Counc. apply for a license to--
July 11 In American History, l9 Sff '
scarcely 707-John Qulncy Adnmx, sixth presl- streets for a period of threa months.
Application for Llcenee to Run,i"s
RsQutata a pooi nso.
V.H.. 1. h.k .Ivan, that I Willi
at tha next regular mooting of the
Council, apply for a license to run sna
regulate a poo h-. """hm
--'" a-- uniiisiniiion in twenty fonr years, reauiaie pooi ' ,Hod
If she should cbance to faU Into the 180H-Horaherdment of Hsntlggo con- '" Mln miT& for. r
rong set of associates and thr eluded; laat gun of tbe campaign of three months. MITH
muld be no one nenr nnd Intimate flrad ... ' . "
should be no one nenr nnd Intimate
enough to warn and guide why. God
neip me cmia:
If, however, tbe girl Is strons nt
chsrscter, well Instructed by a care
ful mother, cspsble of restraint, aeir
rellant, she will take good care of
herself, render a good account and rta
above the dangerous ondcrenrrsnta of
nut if not-
If not she will be swallowed nr. hi
tbe Insatiable maw of tbe city to km
defiled and spewed out. bereft of all
thsC makes hera sweet snd Innnoant
1000 Professor Rlmon Newcomb. not
ed astronomer, msthemntlrlsn and Notloe ef
traveler, died In Washington! born
1810-Henry Deiter. art patroo and
philanthropist, died; norn laTJ.
(Prom noon today to noon tomorrow.!
buo eete 728. rises 4M; moon rises
829 p. m. 1:10 a. m., moon la coo
junction with C ran us, passing from
west to east of tbe planet
NOTICE In hereby given tht I wl11'
at tbe next regulaf meeting of v'
City Council apply tor a llcawt w
.... .. tsea Of DUSi-
sen liquor at v v .
Tba Oambrinus Saloon, corner Bl
and.Malo atreeU, for
three months. ' C ft H0DM-
'.William Mcrarl.nd, who bJ
launch built r" ,u 7. " ' -
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