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M0RN1NQ ENTKRPEI8E, THURSDAY, DECKMI1KK 21. .1911.
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CITY OFFICIAL NIWIfAPtK.
THft MORNINQ ENTERPRISE
W ) Ml at the followtcg Store
Huntley Bros Drags
J. W. McAaalty Cigar
Reivntk and Mala.
E. B. Anderson,
Mala near Sixth,
at. K. Duan Confectionary
Naxt door to P. a
City Drug- Store
Schoen bora Confectionery
Seventh u -l- Q- Adage.
Dac 20 In American History.
ttlS Samoa) Jordan Kirk wood, state-
man and famous war governor of
Iowa, bora: (Bed ISM.
I860 South Carolina adopted th rdl
anew of secession.
1861 At Drnneevtll. Va, Federal
troops won their flrst Important
victory on tb Potomac Hoe.
IMS-Major Orlando Jay Smith. Fed
an I Tetania of tbe ctrll war. edi
tor and philosophical writer, found
r of tb American Free Asaocl
tton. died at Dobbs Ferry. N. T
bora 1S4Z f
, (From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
fee sets 4-32. rise 7:17; moon seta
dsJT Pi na; moon fartbeat south and
lowest; 8 a. m all Japltsrs principal
satellites seen on west of tb planet.
Mo. 3 a bore No. . No. S Just west of
thses and No. 1 half way to tb planet
asters time: 633 a. nx. moon tn con
Sanction with Merrnry; aoo's decline
tton. 23 degree 26 minutes sooth of
Tn. probata Judges 'of Kansas are
malted in a movement to frame a new
marriage license law, which will In
effect b a regulation of marriage.
This action emanates from them be
cause In several of ' the central and
western states tb probate fudge has
the prirtlegw of issuing the license
and bis book Is generally open' to
Under the plan proposed by tb
Kan sans it will be necessary for the
man and woman who wish to marry to
sign a declaration of Intentions and
01 It with th probata Judge of the
county where the bride resides two
weeks before the date scheduled for
tb wadding.' It will also be neces
sary to publish the declaration of in
tentions for two weeks In an official
county newspaper. These requir
menta will give any one who has rea
son to object to the proposed mar
riage an opportunity to Hie such ob
Its proponents say the purpose of
tbe law is to prevent the marriage
of the 'unfit," to lessen the chanc for
any man or woman to commit bigamy,
and to put an end to elopements, so
many of which are lU-advised and
end in disaster.
Hope Is also expressed by the ad
vocates of tbe proposed measure that
It will prevent touch domestic trag
edy and minimize the divorce evlL
These well meaning Kansans may be
Justified in their faith, but human
experience has been that human na
ture cannot be changed by statutory
Champ Clark says he will give no
more Interviews. But will Champ be
able to keep mum until next June?
McNamarism blew the Hani man
mayoralty campaign to pieces.
Tea need not wait until tbe New
Year to make a resolution to throw
selfishness to the winds.
Confession msy U good for one
sou and at tbe same time make a
lot of others anxious.
First Ctrl (looking st statue of the
Venus d MUoh-Wbat terribly thick
waists girls must nav bad In those
days! Second Girl-Tea. but perhapa
tb gentlemen's arms were longer.
New York's first Isw prohibiting tbe
sale of oysters In May, June. July and
Aero' w fitd In 172
I Teach Children
of Labor Instead of
Br Dr. HARVEY W. WHET
CtACH THE CHILDREN THE DIGNITY OF LABOR AND THAT
THE BREAKING OF A PROMISE IS WRONG ANO YOU
WILL BE MAKING A GOOD START IN IMPROVING CON
DITIONS. . I
Throw out of tie rorriculnm of the schools such subjects as
CHEMISTRY, BOTANY and in fact nil tbe science god teach the
cifldren more PRACTICAL TILINGS. ?
1 iwjstva in the rural communities in Jess than fifteen years
5 how to raise corn.
Maharajah of Balrampore, One
Of King George's Indian Vassals
u - aV- -1, ...
Y ail tb aaUve potentate uUama.
tbskurs are la srundaace upon tnetr mpror st tb Delhi durbar aud
if all of them wear tb Jwla sad other trappings appertaining to their
rank and receive tbe artillery salute which ar theirs br rivbt th
ana ears or inemseives and thos who
D aassied sad deaXened as never
bedlsened like tb maaarajth of our
ar entitled to bear from Jvea to
Tbs feudstorte of Kin George bear
one oniy one-nna "or tb populatioa of
war or to sena smbssssaors to one another or to foreign atates. but with all
tbetr practical subjection to tb British
vast revenue and maintain a stats
carry me nnusn crown Jewels with him If he would not be outahon by hi
vassals, maay of whom are tb possessors of gems which sr tb avy of the
reyai eouctors oz Europe.
(Continued from page L)
franchises In the'clty and other prop-
eny is assessed under the exlstln
wa. and the income from th
vestment is assessed br the Federal
government under the cor do rat Inn In.
come tax law, and If thos properties
" u"-u i nav enumerated are not prop
erly assessed, then it Is Mr tt-p.-.
uuiy as a ciuzen to BODear hjfnr. ik.
County Board of Equalization or th
8tat Tsx Commission and dm his
u. enorxs to bare them nrnnori
assessed, but I have never heard of
r. u nen giving any of his valuable
time In that direction.
Under tb present Jaw, a part of
-wauopiea l7 the Legislature
1 ' U Property In each county
o asessei at its true cash
value, and tbe true rash !.. .h.n
be taken to mean whst tbe property
would sell for in th
the ordinary course of business, tak
ing into consideraUon the nearness to
"raei ana ouier advantages.
me existlns- laws in ki
sUt undeveloped water-powers be-
ong 10 me state, although Individuals
msy own riparian rtchta. Thm ar.
man a dozen fine undeveloped
power sights on the Clackamaa PI..,.
one of tbem Is owned by Hon. H. EL
Cross. Immediately above the railroad
or.s ai rars- riac. Or . and if M.
Cross had sufficient capital to build
a dam across the stream his property
would become extremelr ... ki-
provided, however, that In addition
thereto be had sufficient machinery
poles, wires and city franchises so
that he could sell electiie
not having those additions his de
veloped water-power would be of lit
Again referring to Mr. UTRen'S
statement wherein be states that he
believes that I often think that I hear
things that I do not hear, I wish to
call his attention to something that
there can be no mlsnnderstsndlng
about, and I refer to that pamphlet
published In Cincinnati In 1911 en-
i.iu oingie 1 ax conference." held
In Nw York City. November i ..m
20, 1910, under tbe auspices of the
"Joseph Fels Fund Commission." I
ave read the pamphlet very carefully
"uuts mm me wnoie purpose
of tbe single tax doctrine therein ex
presned goes to tbe exemption of taM
upon the merchants and mannfactur.
ers, ana says nothing about the home
owner and farmer, and It goes with
out srgumpnt that If you exempt one
class of taxpayers In a community.
we remaining class U compelled to
pay tbe amount cxemDted from .
I desire to call vonr atnilnn
first paragraph on page S of said
"In addition to the foregoing, the
beguius. rajulia. tuaOaralaUa. uawaua.
gather to aJoy their msgnlflcnc will
before. There ar lghty-two chiefs,
lllust ration, who on ceremonial occasions
tweoty - one Ana boom In their boxur
swsy ever about two-fifths of tb ara.
India. Tbev hare no Dower to mass
government tbey en Jot -some of tbem
which mad It nec-esasry for tbe klna- to
Commission has sent ou' a quantity
of such literature as la obtainable,
and plans are now under way for tbe
preparation of a 'Merchants' and Man
ufcturers' Booklet,' the object of
which U to show that Land Value
Taxation means a saving of dollars
an actual profit of dollars to mer
chants and manufacturers. The book
let will give actual examples taken
from several states In which Land
Values and Improvement Value ar
separately assessed, and will show
contracts between th effects of the
general property Ux and th Land
Value tax on mercantile and manu
I also call your attention to the
flrst parsgrsph on psge 27 of said
pamphlet, as follows:
Ordered that the 'Merchants' in
Manufacturers' Booklet" b minted In
comprehensive form and sent to all
me merensnts and manufacturers of
me united States.
I desire to ask why the slntie tax
advocates are devoting their energies
toward the merchants and manufac
turers if It Is not for the purpose of
exempting tnelr merchandise and
manufacturing plants so that the
ouraen or taxation will fall upon the
home-owners and farmers, and there-
oy exempt the companies and Individ.
nais who can better afford to nav
their Just proportion of the exnensa
01 siaie ana county government As
matter of fact tbe fund known
the "Fels Fund" Is suDoorted hv lrr
merchants and manufacturers and
they are the ones who are advancing
the large sums for tbe Purpose of e-
empting buildings, railroads, mer-
cnants and manufacturing Institu
tions rrom taxation, and thereby throw
tbe burden from themselves on ths
owners or real property.
As rar as the homeowner and far.
mer In Oregon la concerned the "Fela
Fund," supported by Eastern million.
aire merchants and manufacturers, is
the most vicious fund that was ever
collected together for the purpose of
iosienng on tbe people of a com
monweaitn, a system of taxation
whereby railway companies, mercan
tile nouses ana other buildings, manu.
factoring plants, machinery, goods and
merensnmse are to be exempt from
taxation ana tn amount of their a.
emption cast upon the owners of real
I notice also on pare 31 of aaM
pamphlet Mr. U'Ren received out of
mat millionaire manufacturers' fund
known as the "Fels Fund" the magnl-
ncsm sum or 118.775. and In addition
inereio na is now receiving out of
mat fund a salary equal to that paid
to tne average circuit Judge In the
state or Oregon, and there Is a rood
reason why he flies off from the han
dle every time a citizen attempts to
argue agsinst tnat system of taxa
tion advocated by the hlrllng of the
reis runa- In their endenvor to ex
empt tbe railroads, building owners.
merensnts ana manufacturers from
paying their lust proportion of taxa.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Owen E. Walter and Leon Walter
to winiam Hammond, lots 1J, 14, 15,
io. oiocs ii, Windsor; 1 1,500.
Hemsn A. 1m tn .jrt a rvv
Jr, land In sections 33, 81, township'
suid, range i east; l.
David and Jane Homer to Lodge
nan Association, land In section
Charles and Iu1sA Utrii Sfarrh.
and to C. O. North and Ethel North;
George W. and Rva n Tin. m
Charles March nd, 43.80 acres of sec
tions 5. 6. 7. 8. townahln a mufh
rsnge 1 esst; i.
DO TOU KNOW that th ITnmrtae
year-end Bargain Period ts bow on
M Melt f" , particulars.
Cere Flewsr the RatSrs.
Oeld and Blue Rese.
Corsage sod mlltluery Bowers ar aa
variable these days sa though Dur
bank were at work among tbem. get'
ting new varieties. One of tbe moat
attract v la a large pink roee, wblch
has each petal outlined with tiny gold
Another dower or ornament having
sum semblsnc of on Is mad rotlre-
ly of loops of beads rlustered torth
r brooie sod violet and gold and
blue and rose.
A very odd and rtty novelty fur
the bat la a great chestnut bur. ea,
with the -burs" represeeted by browe
SMa st school Daam.
fur and tn Inside part of greenish
yellow velvet very realistically ar
ranged. Sleeves that form part of hm blouse,
yet ar Joined to the aisln portions,
ar fashionable for girls' school
dresses. la tb IllustrsUon such a
model is mad of serg and trimmed,
with collar and coffs of broadcloth.
" This Msv Msstes patter to eat tn atsse
for gtrla of tmn. twelve and fourtM ysars
t ass- tond M osbIs t this oinc. giv
ing number, TS3k, and K will b promptly
forward to yow v snail. If la baste
d addltloaal stamp tor leltar Boatac.
which tnaursa mere prompt dsllvsry. Wbaa
ordering use coupon.
StSMM )) SM
Whst Dame Fsshien Is Offering Hae
Evening frocks of lull or delksts
lsce the flounce touched with crystal
ar worn under extremely abort chif
fon tunica edged wltb fring.
Heavy fancy suitings ar very pop
Olar for tailored skirt. Tb English
tweeds and mixed suitings ar baring
a tremendous favoritism shown tbem
by th lesding bouse
Chsotllly lace In both blsck snd
white la used to form scant raffles on
silk evening gowns. Blsck over whit
tnoussetine. tbe whole falling 'ever
white sstln. Is quite popular.
Tbe clrcolsr skirt that Is dsrt fitted
ever th hips and of moderate width
TBADIKD BTKSINO SgTBT.
la a favorite one. Hers la a model thst
cso be worn as Illustrated or benestb
tunic with eqnsl suirjs. It comes
wltb train Of walking length.
Trestment at Hot Lek, Including medical attention, board and
baths, costs no more than you would pay to live at any flrst clsss
boteL - Rooms can be bad from 75 cents to 12.60 per dsy. Meats
In tbe cafeteria are served from 20 cents op and In the grill at the
usual grill prices. Baths range from SO cents to $1.00.
We Do Cure Rheumatism
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
- WALTER M. PICRCC. Prcs.-Mflr.
! V -
Wants, For Sale, Etc
t WUI Isiesrted at a
liiiran kail a swaM mSMsim
arras aw ttwa sM wS ks
rsated tr alra. atluaasa ls
WANTEIV-Tourists and local pople
lo se my ciII.oi1om of arrow bssds
coins, yndtsa trms-. tld staraAS
sod curios of .! sorts Will bu)
or sell In this lUs IU sum good
bargama In sernttJband rurnitur
and iMla. (.sHtrso oung. Main l
' near Firth.
WOOD ANO COAL.
OREOON CITY WOOD AND Fl'EL
CO. F. M. Bluhm. Wood and coal
delivered to alt parts of tbe el'y
SAWING A 8PKCIALTY. Thoue
your orders. I'arlnc J101, Home
FOR RENT room b'tuse In Olad
atone, one block from carlln. tw
lots, fruit, lit month. B. I'. Car
ter. Gladstone. Or.
FARM LOANU-Dimlck at Ulmiek
Lawyers, Oregon City. Or.
Utlee aaaaalaed. s4aie estUsd,
ral law aaisssa. Over Bask af
U-&JBN A aCHUsTBJCU Atttaal
Law. paiiiawssr dvaai, wilt
He la all aettrt, ssaa ctl
rto BMc. Or CtlT.
UILDKR ANO COHVS ACTOR.
HARJtY JONaTH Dufl4r aad Osasral
Oaortraavor. Rsttiaais sat fellt
give ew' all csas f kadi Stag
work. ar wants aa rtaarsd
OMsrrta Its. rv Msaa 11
coofsW. rv n-s
Real aWJUM. Lst BS
ptopertle we way,
esaaasa. Offlr la Ba
Mug.. Ovwcoo) 01 ty. Orvawav
CLEANINQ AND FRCSV NO.
CmCACO TAII-OR3 suits mad to
order from 110 and op. W also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Three doors south of postoffc.
ALBA BACKR. teacaer of wind snd
string Instruments, director of band
and orchestra. Will furnish mulc
for any occasion. CH at Electric
PIANO TUNING If you want yoftr
piano thoroughly and accurately
tuned, at moderate coat, notify
I'lano-Tuner at Electric Motet
Strongly endorse.! by the director
of tbe philharmonic, who will per
sonally vouch for bis work
'. H. TIUU0KB. of" OlaJ.tone. will
conduct auctions- and will call aalea
anywhere In Clackamaa or adjoin
tog counties on short notice at
jOST nia k ros besds. Intermingled
with gold beads, Wednesdsy, be
tween Rig ham's soda works and
John Adams' store. Finder leave at
M. E. Dunn's confectionery store
IOST Single strsnd of Jet beads on
Main street, between Tenth and
Petxold's butcher market Return
to 916 Main street and receive re
ward. NT .
Propossls for Improvement Bonds,
Oregon City. Oregon.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned Flnsnce Commit
tee of the Council of Oregon City,
Oregon, st the office of the Record
er of said city, until the Jrd day of
January, 191, at 4 o'clock P. m.
for the sale of not less than par
value and accrued Interest of Im
provement bonds of Oregon City, ss
the same has been authorized to ba
Issued, for the sum of f29.BiK. '
Bald bonds havs been Issued In
the following denominations: Fifty
nine (69) bonds for $300 esch. Bald
bonds are dated December 1st, 1911,
and will mature in ten yesrs after
dste and will bear Interest at the
rate of alx per centum per annum
from date, payable semi-annually,
said Interest to be evidenced by
coupons attached to said bonds, In
terest and principal payable In
United Htatee gold coin, at ths of
fice of ths treasurer of Oregon City,
at Oregon City, Oregon; Oregon
City reserves the right to take up
Hot Lake Mineral Paths
and mud given under scien
tific direction have ' cured
thousands. Write for Illus
trated booklet descriptive of
Hot Lake Sanatorium and
the methods employed. Hot
Lake Sanatorium Is acces
sible as It Is located direct
ly on the main line of th
0.-W. R. A N. railway, and
special excursion rates are
to he had at all times,
ism as sr.
With smpls sssltal, srst ssewntlna, easellsnt msdsrn
oulpetsnt and genuine desire te render helpful flnsnslsl eerylaa,
wt ar In aesltlsn t glv bwsinsee men and Individuals the heat
there la In tanking. '
Vsur IntsrSsta will grw If yi hsve a flnsnelal bsadusrtr.
and ve sordially Invite ysu I fss at hem bar, wsing er fssllitiM
t the fullest possible siUM.
The Btnk of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK III THE COUMTY
a i us rou
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. of OREGON' CITY , OREGON
I Sssklei Bs.
and cancel said bonds or any of
thm, upon th payment of lbs fare
value thernf with accrued Interval
to dais at soy semi annual coupon
Interest paying period, at or on
year from th date thereof.
Raid bonds ar lo be Issued of
act of the legislature of the stste
of Oregon knoen as "The lludlng
Act" as th sam has ben am
mendod. and are Issued for tbe Im
provement of streets and const mo-
lion of sewers In Oregon City. Ore-
Ron, and shall nt exceed t39.M)0 In
Rack hid must be accompanied by
a certified check equal to I er
cent of tbe total amount of the bid
Tb right to reject any and all
bids la hereby reserved by the un
drslgned commute sad the coun
ell of Orrgon (ity.
!y order of the council of Oregon
F. J. MKT Kit.
R. L. IIOUMAN.
Finance Commltte of (be Council
of Oreaon City.
Netlc Fee Municipal Incerperallon.
N'otlc la hereby given that applica
tion will b made to the Coun'y (Niart
of CUrkamas county. Oregon, at tbe
regular January. 1911. term of said
court, on Friday th Cth day of Jan
uary. 1913. at la orkark a m.. for
Jh Incorporation of a certain por
tion of Clackamas county Into a
municipal corporation under th
terms and by virtu of Chapter I
of Till XXVI of I-ord s Oregon
liws. tn arrordenr with th fol
IN TIIK COI NTT COI'UT OF TIIR
STATIC OF ORfCtlON FOIl CLACK
AMAH COUNT T.
To tbe County Court of Clackamas
Th undersigned, rour petitioners,
qualified elca-tors of the county of
CUcksmsa, state of Ortnton and real
drka within th following described
lleglnnlng at th southeast corner
of Tract No. Hlity-uns l or
Willamette Tracts; thence south
Slxtyeven degrees Thiry-
nine (19) minutes west along the
aoinhrly boundary of Tracu Hlxty
one (611. Sixty two tlj, HUt
three tei) and Hlxty four ((4) of
said Willamette Tracts and '.he pro
jection thereof to tb Intersection
of th east tins of Twelfh street In
th town of Wlllsmett Falls;
thence south Twenty-two (II) de
grees Twenty-one (21) minutes esst
along the east line of said Twelfth
siree. produce J to the north bank
of the Tualatin River; thence up
the north bank of the Tualatin Riv
er to a point on tbe said north
bank where a projection of the
west line of Tract E and F ef First
Addition to Willamette Falls Acre
age i recta intersects the north
bsnk of said Tualatin River; tbenre
north to the northwest corner of
Tract E of said First Addition to
Willamette Falls Acreage Tracta:
thence east along the norh boun-
aary or Tract B of said First Addi
tion to Willamette Falls Acresge
Tracta and along the north boun
dary of Tracts K. II. N snd F of
Willamette Fslls Acreage Tracta and
along the north boundary of Tract
Forty (10) Forty-one (41), Forty
two (43). Forty three (43). and
Fortyfour (44) of Willamette
Tracts to ths northeast corner of
aald Tract Forty-four (44) of aald
Willamette Tracts; thence north
Sixty-seven (7) degrees Tblrtv
ntne (39) minutes east along the
north line of tbe County Road to a
point where the north line of aald
county road Intersects a northerly
projection of the east line of Tract
Sixty (80) of aald Willamette
Tracts; tbenre south Twenty two
(22) degrees, Twenty-one (21) mln
ntes esst along the east line of
tracts Sixty (0) and Sixty-one (81)
of aald Willamette Tracts to the
southeast corner of Trsct No, Sixty-
one (ol), the place of beginning All
In Clackamas county, state of Ore
gen. Reference being had herein
to the plats of said Willamette
Falls, Willamette Tracts, Wills,
metis Falls Acresge Tracts and
First Addition to Willamette Falls
Acreage Tracts, all of which are
duly recorded In the office of the
Recorder of Conveyances of said
Clackamas county, state of Oregon,
within said Clackamas county. Ore
gon, prsy thst the sslJ part of
L'lackamas county, Oregon), describ
ed by the foregoing boundaries shot I
be Incorporated aa a rnanfctpel cor
poration under they provisions of
Chapter I Title) XXVI. Lords Ore-
gnn I-awa, the aald described part
of said Clackamas county eoatalns
317 number of Inhabitants, ' .
And your petitioners will; ever
O. L Rnldow, a H. Covrtatr, .
J. C. Edmonds, Joseph Henr.
F- R. Shipley, Chaa. A. AdrV '
W. If. Crlteser, C. B- WWC
J. M. Turner, H. T. Ebrptoy, 1
W. Pollock, Iiurtoa Eie. ;
3. A. Resm, Jr , A. OrwSaaist ' -
O. o. Orsvss, D. H. Daneaa,
, T. J. Gary, o. 8 Recera,
J. O Knight, , 1. A. Hodge,
J. A. Ream,, F. Oliver. ....
J. Rayl, George Strong, -
A. Runyon, K. p. Carpenter, .
W. F. Runyon, c. A. Colsoa, ,
Frank Capon, W. A. Roes,,
Edward Gross, II. LelsgsAn,-Vt '
Got'lelb Gross, Ssm Datdorl
R. A. Junksn, George Ilsidort
II A. Waldron, J. W. alias,
K. Stelner, H. C. Nswtoa,
K. Adamson, H. Fisher, .
1. R. Hunt4 R. T. Mass. '
f 1 r-
AppHostlon for LlajwC
License, T ; -
Notice la hereby given, that I
the. next rstrular meeting of I
City Council apply for a HcsntVl, I
i MaUML Cat.,
Oesw freea A. M. t t s. sj
sell liquor at my place of basin.
714 Msia street, for a period of Tig
Nells ef Application
Notice Is hereby alvea. that wit) u
Ihe nest regular meetlsg of tk
City Council, apply for a li-o
sell liquor at my place of buslhru,
HI Main street, fur a period (
F. H. MrCONNKU
Not It ef Aspltcailen , f o? Rr-J
Notice Is hereby given, tits I will at
Ihe next regular meeting of the Ctty
Council apply fur a Hrenae te a.n
liquor at nix plar of buslns, cue
ner Hvventh and Main streets, fur
period of Ihre numlha.
NotiS r Application
Notice is hereby glvea. that I will at
tbe next regular meotlsg of the Citf
Council apply fur a Ikense to asO
liquor at my place of business. u
Main street for a period of thr
E. A. MUM.
POOR CHILDREN TO
BE REMEMBERED XMAS
Sine the members of Ihe St As-
drews llrotberhood of ML ftsli
Episcopal church of this city begat
the movement fur providing Christ-
mas presents fur Ike poor aad asecy
t4 this city In many of the cltlseai sal
business men have takes Interest
William Hammond, who Is treaanrar
of this society, and who iD haasM
the funJs that corns In for this Wse
fit, has already oa band til- It Is Iks
dealr of thus who are la chsrgs
to bst as maay aame of cklidtes at
possible. It Is the society's InieatM
to see that no child In Oregoa City
In Clackamas faint Is for got tea. TW
Dames of thoe receiving assisiaser
will not be dlsctoeed. Nsmea saoaM
be sent to th rector of SL FssTi
church, or to any of the members of
the BL Andrew's lirotherbood.
Helow are two coupons eklrk
plain themselves. All will he treats!
In Ihe strictest confidence. Matt II
WlUlam Hammond of Cross A Ha
mond. either or both coupons. A re
ceipt will be returned la ths cast
of gifts or money from him sad at
Chrlstmcs lime from the liule oae)
by a signed card.
The following are names of
children, given la eonndese,
who should b assisted br roar
movement ' ;
Send a many names as ye A
I desire to be Santa Claus
some ehllj to the extent of th J
anlSVAVif Aslsls .....
Order (on any
In case of aa ordsr the cost,
nn Ka star -
FIREMEN .ELECT OFFICER
' Hose Company No I held R
nusl election of officers Tuesdywr
nlng. the following being '"U
serve for the ensuing year: F
dsnt. Paul Neumann; vlcspresiecv
Nsthsnlel Smyth: secretary.
Oodfrer; rtessurer, Rimer Hf ,.
Ljonj forerosn, Oscar M I nor; or"
slstant. Fted McCanslsnd; secoos r ,
slstsnt, A. Rotter.
Read th Morning K'v
Thla la Tbe t Flour
r y In YP Wlrttr Suplj ,
rty, Oraln, F and Kf'
- f rHoltly F.
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