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TIIE SUNDAY OREGON! AN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 24, 19Q9.
fammany Accused of Aiding
Traffic and Holding
Power Through It.
DIVES CAST FALSE VOTES
Magazine Article Creates New Sen
sation In Electron -;aynor Says
Hearst False to Ills Prom
ise In Itunnlng.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. Slavery became
Hv I u t ' In the Til 11 n I c i T1H t rnmnniKQ
tody not the slavery which brought
w "T-tiT- Tnm'i f'n hi n " hut the
20th century system known as the
"white slave traffic. The growl n oi
this system under Tammany Hall, as
i vrttr for the current
Jssue of McClures Magaiine, has laid
the foundation upon wnicn ine rntui
press hostile to the Democratic ticket
lieaded by William J. Gaynor Is con
ducting a new attack, while me ttepuu-
K....n.ln nritnri anil the supporters
of W? R. Hearst have found new fuel
for an already heated campaign.
The article la printed In McClures
under a sub-title, which says:
Tammany Enclaves Girls.
-The daughters of the poor a plain
story of the development of New York
as a leading center of the white slave
trade of the world under Tammany Hall."
and this la a sample of the charge
"The story of the Introduction of this
(European business Into New Tork under
the protection of Tammany Hall political
organization would seem Incredible If it
were not substantiated by the records of
recent municipal exposures in- a half
dosen great cities, by two Independent in
vestigations by the United States Gov
ernment during- the last year and by
the common knowledge of the people of
the East fide tenement distrlot of New
Tork. whose daughters and friends'
daughters have been chiefly exploited
8 la vera Decide Elections.
"The operation of this system has a
double Influetice upon our large cities.
On the one side It has great political
Influence, for the reason that mora
and more with the growing; concentra
tion of the stamp politician upon this
field the procurer and marketer of
women tends to bold the balance In city
elections. This Is true not alone In
New York: analyzers of recent political
contests in Philadelphia and Chicago
have been 'convinced that the registra
tion and casting of fraudulent votes
from disorderly places In those cities
may easily determine the result in' a
rloee city election, for false votes by
the thousand are cast from those re
sorts.' Nonsense, Savs Murphy.
Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tam
many Hall, characterized the ohargea as
"nonsensical" this afternoon. "This" la
too nonsensical to be worthy of discus
sion." he said.
Ex-Justice Gaynor declined to com
ment on the matter. Though election
falls on November 2, Otto T. Bannard,
Republican nomine, was the only one
of the trio ef Mayoralty candidates who
spoke tonight. He delivered several
brief addresses In New York. Judge
Gaynor addressed noonday meetings, as
did Mr. Bannard. but Mr. Hearst did not
appear on the platform today or to
night. In his noonday speech Gaynor, whose
running fire on Hearst has been unin
terrupted since the editor repudiated
him and accepted a nomination himself,
"A business man's word la his bond.
Even a gambler keeps his word. But
with W. R. Hearst a promise is good for
Hearst as lloly Mart jr.
Bannard also took a allot at Hearst in
his day addresses. Aa both head the
fusion ticket, he has so far refrained
from persona Lltk-e except at rare in
tervale. He said today, however:
"Tras Hearst vote does not trouble me
at alL I shall beat him by 100.UU0 votes
ot the finish and I am not given to idle
"What Is Hearst going to get out of
this? Well, the answer la, 'Nothing.'
Hearst Is the loyal citizen and the hely
martyr. That Is a new role and that Is
all he will get out of It."
DOBBIN SHIES AT BEEF
Bat Court Doesn't Think Hie Antics
Cause for Damages.
OLTJTPIA, Wash., Oct. I J. (Special.)
Holding that proof had not been
sufficient that exposure of a naked
quarter of beef had caused the run
away that ' resulted in the death of
David Wllkle and the Injury of his
wife near Montesano January It. 1907,
the Supreme Court baa affirmed the
decision dismissing the suit of the
widow against the Chehaiia County
Logging Company for damages.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllkle were driving a
staid farm horse 17 years old hitched
to a buggy they had used between
IS and i years, when the rig came
near a platform owned by the de
fendant company, on which It exposed
some milk cans and an uncovered quar
ter of fresh beef. The horse reared,
backed the buggy over the bluff at
the edge of the road, and Mr. Wllkle
was fatally Injured and his wife seri
Contending the sight and the smell
of the beef caused the actions of the
horse, suit for damages was brought.
Testimony was offered and rejected
that another horee at another time had
been frightened by fresh beef.
WORKSHOP PUT ON WHEELS
North Coast Has Model Equipment
for Work at Pasco.
ATTAI.IA. Wash, Dec IJ. (Special.)
The North Coast Railway machine
rr No. 1 has arrived here to assist in
laying the track on the division be
tween this place and Kennewlclc The
car Is In charge of Machinist Foreman
W. P. Ag-new. who showed a repre
sentative of The Oregonlan through It
today, and explained its equipment.
The oar is unique in that it Is a com
plete machine shop on wheels, and It
has every tool necessary for machine
work. It was equipped In Spokane un
der the personal supervision of Mr.
Ajrnsw. and Is a model of Its kind.
The equipment consists of a 1 horse
power gasoline engine, 23-Inch drill.
It-inch shaper, lathe, bolt machine, pips
threading machine, emery wheels for
tools and blacksmith work, power
blower for blacksmith and two 00-can-dle-power
The engine, which Is located in one
end of the car. Is self-starting. This
feature is an Invention of Mr. Agnew's
and does away entirely with the crank
ing ordinarily required to start a gaso
line engine. It Is accomplished by the
use. of an ordinary match to generate
the apark. The engine Is also cooled
by Arctic oil. This oil is pumped
through an ordinary steam radiator sit
uated Just back of the engine, and
serves to heat the car as well as acting
All of the die sand taps used are
manufactured In the car. The bolt ma
chine will serve all sizes from three
eighths to one and a half inches, and
the largest pipe tap used Is two and a
Kach machine has its own cupboard
fastened to the side of the car, and
every tool and part Is kept In its own
nlar-e. while the machinery is all so ar
ranged that the center of the car is en
' By means of a shaft and thain run
nlni from the ensclne to a box near
the center of the car. where the shaft
Is connected to one of the axles under
neath by means of a sprocket wheel,
the car Is made self-propelling In either
direction. By simply moving the start
ing levers alternately, the car can be
rocked like a craoie. ana ix is poioie
to stop It within a fraction of an Inch
of the desirea poinr.
ROB N ETT TO AID
Lewiston ex-Bank , Cashier
Changes Front in Land
INTEREST IN CASE REVIVES
FIGHT LiiHS BAGES
JOCKEYS "MIX IT" OX SPEED
WAY AT PRINEVILLE.
Witson Belabors liaber With Whip
ou Claim That Baber Crowded
Him Off Track.
PRINEVILLE, Or., Oct. 23 (Special.)
Thursday's racing at the Crook County
Fair was materially enlivened by a one
sided Jockey fight which took place dur
ing a race. The battle lasted a greater
part of the way around the track and
at the finish developed into a miniature
riot, whose activity, however, was chiefly
confined to words.
One Jockey, claiming that he was be
ing crowded Into the fence, struck the
alleged offender with his whip as the
two circled the track, leaving half a
dozen red stripes on his rival's neck and
shoulders as evidence of his handiwork.
The offender was Jockey Witson, on
Yankee Boy. who was day -lighted Jn the
mile race by Confederate" Baber up.
Both riders showed an abundance' of
bad blood, at the start. Once off, the two
horses quickly Brew ahead of the field,
and then It was that Baber received his
running beating, his horse winning de
spite It. Witson admits that he "beat
up" his adversary, claiming that he was
driven to save himself from being forced
upon the inside fence. After having made
protest to the Judges at the finish, Baber
did his best to get at Witson to square
ud accounts, but Instead contrived to get
actively mixed up with a "scrappy" on
looker In the ensuing melee. After con
siderable discussion, the management
barred Witson from the track for the
remainder of the meet.
Baber is his own owner, and experi
enced similar rough treatment here last
year, when his face was cut up by a
rival Jockey, who escaped unpunished on
his claim that Baber crowded. Both
horses and the two riders have been in
the majority of state meets this season.
The time of the mile race was and
the purse J2C0. The half-mile was won
by Mane, Bert Johnson up.
The features of yesterday morning's
programme were provided by the Indian
contingent of fair attenders. A "squaw
race" was the first attraction. In whicj
the feminine rea-iaces rurnisnea an ex
hibition of horsemanship the equal In
ability. If perhaps not in grace, of that
given by1 their bronzed brothers. Then
came a bareback race for Indian ponies.
ridden by their owners, followed by some
characteristic Indian dancing.
Today Is "school day" at the fair, and
all school cliildrun are admitted free. In
the afternoon before the usual race pro
gramme, L. R. Alderman, of the Univer
sity of Oregon, addresses the children of
the county upon the "Industrial School
Exhibit." One of the notable features
of the fair Is the presence of extensive
exhibits, chiefly along industrial lines,
that have been entered by the schools
and the school children of the county. It
Is this line of work that State Superin
tendent Ackerman has chiefly taken up
at the Teachers' Institute.
PREACHER IS AN OFFICER
FROM PCXPIT TO POLICE FORCE
IS NOVEL- RECORD.
Rev. A. II. Hause Leaves Ministry to
Assist in Keeping Juveniles Off.
Aberdeen Streets at Night.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Oct. 23 (Spe
cial.) From the pulpit to the police
force Is to be the experience of Rev. A.
H. Hause. of this city, who recently re
signed the pastorate of the Flrsst Bap
tist Church here.
Rev. Hause has served for some time
as truant officer for the Board of Edu
cation, carrying on his duties in connec
tion with the ministry. He has now de
cided to devote his whole time to tru
ancy work. The Board, of Education, It
Is understood, will advance the salary,
and Mayor E. B. Benn and the City
Council have agreed that the ex-pastor
will be paid an additional amount for
services ss special officer In connection
with the Juvenile department of the Ab
erdeen police force.
Behind the appointment of Rev. Mr.
Hause as special officer is a moral ef
fort on the part of Mayor Benn to look
after boys and girls who are in a meas
ure beyond the control of parents and
who are given to running the streets
late at night. Many of these cases have
come to the knowledge of the Mayor
and the police department, "and the ap
pointment of Rev. Mr. Hause Is to cor
rect some of these evils.
Rev. Mr. Hause resigned his pastorate
originally to become, traveling mission
ary for the Baptists, with headquarters
at Seattle. He was offered an Increase
of salary to remain In his pulpit here,
but refused It and the church Is now
without a head.
SCOPE'S SISTER IN ASYLUM
Husband Accused of Scheming to Se
cure Her Wealth.
NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Oct. 23. Alleging
that she Is confined in an asylum for the
Insane Illegally and for the purpose of
enabling her husband to get possession
of her property, attorneys for Mrs. Eliza
Plunkett, sister of the late millionaire,
Thomas Bwope, of Kansas City, made
application for a writ of habeas corpus
Defendant in Conspiracy Charge) Is
A1k Held Under Bonds on the
Charge of Embezzling Funds
of Wrecked Bank.
LEWISTON, Idaho. Oct. 23. (Spe
cial.) Fortified by additional evidence,
part of which will be given by Clar
ence W. Robnett. . who stood trial on
conspiracy charges, the Government
will enter the North Idaho land-fraud
cases, attorneys Relieve, with more
showing than was presented in the
Robnett, for years a bookkeeper In
the Lewiston National Bank, has de
elded to give up the fight and give
Assistant United States Attorney-General
Peyton Gordon Information he may
possess. In doing so he Jeopardizes
his own liberty, for be rests under an
Indictment on a charge of conspiracy
to defraud the Government, but he h
adopted this course without any
promise of Immunity. For years he
has been' closely associated wun w . r.
Kettenbach and George H. Kester as
To this bank clerk, who lives a quiet
life -with his wife and babies, has come
varied experiences. Brought face to
face with the prison doors which were
closed against ..m by the Circuit court
of Appeals, which dismissed the charge
of subornation of perjury, he was
charged with robbing the Lewiston
National Bank of $90,000 and Is now
under bonds awaiting the action of the
Federal grand Jury In Moscow Monday.
Robnett Offers No Excuse.
He offers no excuse for his actions
In the land-fraud transactions. The
following is authorized by Robnett:
"Mr. Robnett, the Federal grand Jury
will meet in Moscow next Monday to
consider the so-called land-fraud cases
and charges In relation to the alleged
defalcations of the Lewiston National
Bank. In view of this fact, have you
any objections to stating your attitude
In these cases?"
"No objections whatever. My attitude
in these cases was determined some time
ago. So far as the land-fraud cases are
concerned, the Government may have for
the asking whatever aid It lies in my
power to give. I have not assumed this
attitude from any motive of aelf-protec-
tlon, as may be evidenced by the fact that
I am still under lndictftient of conspiracy
to obtain fradulently public lands. I am
with the Government because I am tired
of fighting It; because I see now what
I did not see when I was engaged with
others In timber acquirement. I now be
lieve that the United States land laws
confer a right and a benefit rather than
a license upon our citizens.
Own Defense,. His Concern.
. "Tes. I am with the Government, even
though It may be at some personal risk
to me, as Government officers have made
no promises of Immunity, nor have I
asked for such promises.
"As to the bank cases, my attitude
will not differ materially from my posi
tion In the timber-land suits? At the
proper time I will present my defense In
the event that Indictments should be re
turned against me by the grand Jury."
"Do you anticipate that your defense
will Implicate others in charges of violat
ing the National banking laws?"
"Of course, I can say nothing about
that. I am concerned only with my own
defense. If I am called on to make one."
SUIT INVOLVES BIG MILL
Creditors of Courtney Company Take
Case Into Court. '
u A oauPTT.n rw rrt 9Jt fftnpr-lnj.l
Another chapter has been opened in
v.& noma rf the Cnnrtnev Lumber Com-
nl.,,.A tn'i vnara tf-n. Til a
mill built by the company Is located
on Isthmus inlet, about two mnes irom
Marshfield. It Is a fine structure, fit
ted with modern machinery, but just
at the time when the plant was com
pleted and the wheels ready to turn
the place was closed down by litigation
which arose and the mill has never
a- ,. imA th mill was belnir built
there was quite a boom of real estate
in the neighborhood, dui wnen tue op-
. 1 .......... 1 nffal.
eratlons were sioppeu b..g...
was felt by the surrounding commu-
Judge Coke, In the Circuit Court at
Coaullle, heard arguments on a demur
rer in the case of the Ogden Timber
Cruising Company vs. A. A. Courtney,
W F. Matthews ana ow...
' " in,,tltiiti1 Vi v several
The suit is " - -
creditors and really charges Matthews
and Seton with collusion te keep the
creditors other than themselves from
sharing in the proceeds derived from
the bankrupt concern.
Judge Coke has granted further time
nr the attorneys to present" further
argument in the case.
RAILROAD STILL TALKED OF
J. II. Somers Encourages "People at
Marshfield With New Hope.
"MARSHFIELD. Or., Oct. 23. (Spe
cial.) J. H. Somers, the local repre
sentative of Haas A Kuettner, of Port
land, who are promoting an electrlo
line from -this city to Roseburg, left
for Portland toaay on the Breakwater.
Mr. Somers expects surveyors to be
sent here within ten days to begin pre
liminary work on the road. He says
that six or eight crews will be put in
the field. The promoters have been
asked to put up a bond of 1100,000 to
insure the building of the road In a
stated time, and Mr. Somers says he un
derstands that the bond will be satis
COOS BAY PLANS PROTEST
Citizens Will Ak That Money Be
Given to Build Jetty.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Oct. , 23. (Spe
cial. ) Dr. J. T. McCormac, president
of the Chamber of Commerce and chair
man of the man meeting held yestor-
Offensive Breath and Stomach Oases
Cannot Exist When They Are Used.
Charcoal, by virtue of its porous na
ture, takes up gases mechanically just
as a sponge takes up water. Its ca
pacity In this respect Is In proportion
to the number and fineness of Its pores.
Charcoal made from poplar, beechwood,
vegetable Ivory, cocoa-nut shells and
willow-wood, is a compact, heavy sub
stance, having a metallic luster, the
pores being quite invisible.
Chemical tests of various kinds per
formed by expert chemists, have re
vealed the fact that charcoal made from
willow wood. Is not only absolutely
harmless, but that It Is by far the most
powerful absorbent of all kinds of
gases. Certain other woods, mentioned
above, are used by some manufacturers
In making charcoal, and besides not
belna- half as effective In absorbing
stomach-gases, have also been found to
be positively harmful to the digestive
Willow-wood charcoal is, then, the
very best forthe purpose of absorbing
excessive gas of the stomach, removing
Intestinal flatus, and purifying foul
breath. Charcoal to be effective against
gastric flatulence must be Introduced
among the gases of the stomach in the
same state as when fresh from the
crucible. The means of effecting this
Is to compress them into soluble loz
enges, so that after being dissolved In
the mouth and swallowed, the char
coal Is "set free." and at once begins
Its work of oxidizing and absorbing
foul gases, and also, through its anti
septic properties, of purifying the en
tire alimentary tract.
It is definitely known that the ab
sorbent and cleansing action of char
coal is protracted and continued
through the Intestinal system as well
as in the stomach, and It proves bene
ficial there" also.
IN STUART'S CHARCOAL LOZENGES
we have a gas-absorbing remedy which
readily takes precedence over all others.
The charcoal used in them is the very
best that can be obtained. They are
composed of the finest young willow
wood, converted into charcoal by the
special, carbonizing Stuart Process, and
before being compressed into Lozenges,
the powdered charcoal Is rendered
sweet and thoroughly agreeable to the
taste by being mixed with pure honey,
and the result Is a product equally as
palatable as candy.
Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges have at
tained wide popularity among the
people, millions of boxes being sold
every year. They have, over and over
again proven their efficiency as rapid
and powerful absorbents of foul
stomach-gases, relieving and curing
flatulence, belching, or the eructation
of gases, and finally In the purification
of offensive breath.
Buy a package of these little lozenges
from your druggist for 25 cents and
forward us your name and address for
free sample package. Address, F. A.
Stuart Co., 200 Stuart Bldg., Marshall,
day to discuss the Coos Bay bar im
provements, has appointed a commit
tee to confer with the Coos Bay Port
Commission to devise some plan of ac
tion with the view of having the rec
ommendation for dredging the bar
changed to Jetty Improvement.
The committee to take up the matter
is composed of J. W. Bennett, banker
and lawyer; C. J. Millls, local Southern
Pacific superintendent; A. H. Powers,
of the Smith-Powers Logging Com
pany; Attorney R. O. Graves, repre
senting the Commercial Club, and Peter
Loggle, of North Bend.
MISSISSIPPI FEELS SHAKE
Earthquake Extends From Evans
ville, tnd., to Paragould, Ark.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 23. Earth shocks
shook part of the Mississippi and Ohio
valleva this morning. No damage is re
ported. The temblors lasted only a few
seconds, but covered a wide area.
The quake waves run from east to
west. Evansvllle. Ind., ' was the first to
feel the shock. Cairo, 111., farther down
the Ohio River, came next! Alton, I1L,
St Peters and St. Louis, Mo., were also
shaken. Cape Girardeau and Paragould.
Ark., report a decided Bhock at the same
hour the quake hit Memphis. Charles
ton and Sikeston, Mo., were also in the
Most of these places were affected by
the New Madrid earthquake In 1811, when
large tracts of farm and timber land
were turned Into swamps.
Gravel Business Grows.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Oct 23. (Spe
cial.) Involving the expenditure of
many thousand dollars, Fred Taylor,
a contractor, and associates will soon
begin the erection of large gravel and
sand bunkers on the riverfront The
Installation will require the construc
tion of a system of hoppers and recep
tacles on a large scale, the securing
of a dredge and considerable heavy
Count I&eppejin ranae nia ur av-ouv i"
ItMX) and attained a sped of 13 feet a
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Priced $20 to $65
FOR THE LADIES
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A pleasure to show the new styles.
273 AND 275
148 FOURTH STREET
JUNIORS USE HOSE
Spoil . Sophomore Rally
Flank Attack at Night.
FIRE HYDRANT IS TAPPED
; The sophompres had secretly planned
and were' successfully carrying through a
class rally In preparation for the junior
sophomore game today, when the Juniors
discovered the affair and decided that it
must be stopped.
The sophomores had built a bonfire on
a vacant" lot across from the campus and
-were enlivening the neighborhood with
songs and yells, whemsome bright junior
conceived the idea of dampening their
spirits and their persons at the same time.
In order to carry out the Idea, several
juniors were delegated to visit the Are
barn and "borrow" a piece of fire hose.
This was easily accomplished, while Chief
of Police Wells and bis force were on
their beats, and the hose was hauled up
to the college and attached to a hydrant.
The sophomores were Ignorant of this
little performance until a great stream
of water suddenly bprst out of the dark
ness and soaked not only their fire, but
themselves as well. They were not alow
In solving the mystery, however, nor in
deciding upon an effective way to stop
the attack. A party was formed and hur.
ried around toward the hydrant, and de
spite the defense put up by the Juniors,
succeeded In severing the hose. This
changed the scene of action, and soon put
sn end to the wnoie airair.
Upper Classmen Finally Forced to
Beat Retreat, but Not Until Ri
vals Are Thoroughly Drenched.
City Police Are Angered.
ORJXJON AGRICULTURAL, COL
LE3GE, Corvallls, Or., Oct. 23. (Special.)
Prominent Juniors are today busily en
gaged In making overtures of peace to
the Chief of Police and the city fathers
as the result of a playful eplaode last
night between the Juniors and sopho
mores. In which a piece of nre nose be
longing to the city took a prominent part.
The Fruit Basket
, of the World ,
A poor au has a saaall
ehaaee of ever becoming
rrealtay In tae For Eastern
States. Even In the Middle
West tke openings are -ronlsg
scarce sad m a a y
taercetlc men see tkat they
enn better taemselvee by
cumins tm lbs MorUweu
Bunjke who ha v cuoie West
find titey have nut uttl
rlent kiwlti of the
country to be able to lo
cate at onoc in a baaiaess
nhich will pay them welU
- 11 yoa are oi this number,
ft; mot investigate the
alBlriet whloh baua a o r
openings sua opportnaitles
for men of small largo
capital than any other sec
tlou of the Morthweatf
The Columbia Klver Val
ley cannot be surpassed as
a desirable 1 a c o to live
vf heu you consider the
many Hues of business that
are still needed, the large
population which will sure- .
lj settle here, and the vast
lucrease which will follow
' any small investment made
at thin time.
It will pay you to look
Into the conditions in this
Land of opportunity. Ken Be
wick and Pasco are al
ready the important com
uerelnl centers of this ula- '
trlct. s'er In.ormutlon con
cerning o 9 e . i n g e In ail
lines of bualnt'ss address
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PASCO COMMERCIAL CLUB
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for same toward payment of n fine new
upright or grand, or n Pianola Pl
Call at. or telephone, or write Kllers
Piano House,-wholesale dept, Immedl
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Here is a stock easily three times the largest in the city.
Soundproof testing-rooms here are most advantageous
for careful selection, and they are exclusive.
Our men "are expert they are courteous and obliging.
We do repairing.
We make ordinary adjustments for our patrons FREE
Ours is the only store' in the city showing all the best
makes of Machines and Records side by side, insuring satis
factory selection. ' '
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Tnllrino- Machine Head Quarters
353 WASHINGTON ST., AT PARK (EIGHTH) ST.
WHERE ARE THE DEAD?
BIBLE AND REASON HARMONIZED.
Thin Question Is of Vltnl Interest Where ARE your D e e e as 8 d
to Everyone. N Neighbors, Friends and Rela-
Tt la the Key to proper Bible tives?
Stldsy-the good mother forever What Is TOUR HOPE?
separated- from ber wayward Come hear what this able
loved ones who have died out- Brooklyn lecturer has to say. It
side of all hope and inside of wni comfort your heart and
eternal torment and despair. If brighten, your life.
Calvinism be true?" ATLANTA wwnn thph TT-rx-P-
CONSTITUTION. HKAK, IHJiirt J L iKjE.
KIR8T CHRISTIAN CHLRCH, By Evangelist O. L. Sullivan,
Corner Park and Columbia, of
Monday, October 25th, 8 P. M. Brooklyn, Jf. .
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Why Is "Death" Such an "Unpleasant" Subject? Answered