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; fWawbla' ..."Ptak Dealaoea"
f.MDire . ......."Beat Lrnae"
; tmo ......."The Mu fro nto"
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' Oretoa . eomnandery, KnlchU Temp
Ur, attended the eveulnc services at 8t
' "David's Episcopal church Jn body tut
' ' Hlghl Th teens was Impressive as ths
, . uniformed knight with swaying whits
. plume - marched In line Behind ths
vested choir Into ths church, all sins;
- Ins; "Onward. Chrtsttan Soldier." Ths
chancel was decorated with .spring
V flowers and Easter Miles. Ths crowning
"" beauty was ths knights emblem. a star
' of incandescent electrio 'globea against
the green background. , Ths organ pre
lude, played by Frederick W. Good
rich, . was Llait's "March of ths Cru-
seders, which Introduces an old Cro-
seders' hymn of the eleventh century.
Rev. George B. Van Witert spoke of tWe
' high principles of humanity for wbloh
the order stands. "... 'r;' :
v a Oaty. who forged a time shack on
: the Oregon Water Power. Railway
. company, "we- sentenced to two years
-in the penitentiary today by Presiding
!.' f- Judge Fraaer. who gave him the mlni
mum term1 provided . by ths statute.
- Twenty years Is ths, maximum. Ha
could not explain why he committed ths
crime, but .was sure he did not Intend
again to do such a thing. The ease for
.-1 alleged bribery ; against Oeorge - H.
" Thomas has been set for' Juns I. Cases
against ' Robert Wakefield - and J. B.
' Bridges for the same of f enss have not.
been set tor trial. , . ; ' j ;
' A "Hood River will aend a large delega
- tlon in a special car to the-Portland
' convention of the Oregon Development
league. The Perkins hotel has been
. ehoaen aa Hood River headquarters.. It
- is said tnttra than loo men will come.
-'. Including most of the prominent fruit'
. growers of the VaUsy. who are loaing
no opportunltrraa a commercial dub, to
boom their section or the state.
, ' Ths' Portland chamber of commerce
v waa-Jhcprporated today, with duration of
' - its corporate Ufa unlimited, by William
.IX Wheelwright, Edward Oookingbam,
Hugh McGuIre, Richard H. Hogs, Jay
Smith and Samuel ConnolU The articles
- state thai the chamber now owns prop
.arty valued at r.000. -n.,, tyj
", Ths annual meeting'' of the members
and friends of St. Stephen's Episcopal
church will be held thla svsnlng at I
, o'clock In ths parish house on Thirteenth
. and tasy streets, when questlona of In-.
. teraat will be discussed, but the char
' aeter of the gathering is mainly social.
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A delegation Mr memoera of ths
- Chicago Commercial cluo, in Special
ear. has reached . Seattle, on a tour of
ths Paciflo coast in ths interest of the
wholesale and manufacturing business
of Chicago. They will arrive In Port
land this svening or tomorrow morning.
MiOOo Immigrants Wanted To locate
' "along ths Oregon Water rower Rall-
war company s 11ns ? between Portland
. ' and Estacada.' For Information Inquire
of the Oregon Water Power Townalte
? company, II First street. Phone, Main
; : -ff- festaeada Offers Opportunities -. to
nanufacturers ' which means mtlllons
( of dollars If properly handled. For lo-
; formation' inquire of the Oregon Water.
'Power Townalte company, it - First
trsetTTFhons, 'Main W..'C
h-A Beat dollar ' SDsetlclsa an earth, cor
recti y fitted by our expert optician. Er
ery Jalr guaranteed.' Exam taatloa free
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zor one vwk vtuj-. a. vww
:-; Metxger aTt Co Jewelers aa opticians.
Tourists, as wsll aa city people, Bnan-
: clallv embarrassed, will nnd uia fon
' land ' Loan Office, 74 Third street, the
safest and most reliable place to trans-
V act t,halr business.. Rates reaaonaDie.
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' ! All oltlaena Interested In ths nomlna
tlon and sleeXlon of Henry S. Rows for
' . mayor are Invited to Aiiaay nail, corner
hr4-4. Morrison, ueoaaysvsning.
Aprtt. at la(clock. . ,t. , ..
, Ths state boar of dental examiners
will meet In Portland May I. taaxaml
4 applicants desiring licenses to practice
qenuarry m vniw, - ..,( ...''
' Steamer Francla tegget satis Tuet
' day svening for San Francisco direct
Cabin, $1; steerage, t; meals and berth
Included. C. H. Thompson, agent, 12t
"""Third street"? ' .
" Entries for ths bench show . of the
1 Portland Kennel club wUl close oa the
lith. Entries caa be mads at lit Pins
Try a meal without moat at ths Vsgs
tarlan oafe, 141 Sixth street. . .
, : Analsy's snvelope display.. Aetna Phar-
. . macy. Third and Burnstds. A ,
. 'Ask your grocer for Golden Cheddar.
( (Ipeelal "Mapatch' te The JoersaLt
; Cottsge Orove. Ors4 April 14. The
fourth cougar baa been killed near the
' Bohemia mines. This tlms Wm.' Haw
ley, who has a ranch out II miles front
, here, .'killed the beast. The dogs were
beaten and scratched up badly before
the animal was dispatched. Mr. Haw
t ley has been mlsslhg sheep all wlntsr.
Th Prmtttn Sotld Sll-
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JCbj Tun makes It very ap
' proprtats for wadding prsa
'. ants,-and the sals for that
purposo ' ha' beerr ' very
. large., Comss only In vary
heavy, pieces. T - ,;
Oar swa " mak",ef FUted
Ware, aU are Knrrea, Tbrks
aatd --are made -especially
for us, stamped
wtttt aw wi aaasAvand
contain mora silver than
ths regular plated wars,
and at lass price. . ' .
Knives and Forks, per
. ...S3.SO to S5.00
Ten Hpoona, per half
' dosen .........!...1,50 to f 2.2ft
Table Spoonk, per half r ,-
Fancy pieces, "up from... ... . . ..$1.00
. ' " rxwxiMM An ' ornouin,
' "' ""0 Kocnaos St. .
W ....... -as
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IMt IXiwi nnj Will C Thit
th Work Is Dono Prop-, j
i; eriy . Hrtsftr. ;: '
COUNCIL 13 READYLTQ.
APPOINT HER INSPECTOR
May Bsin Work at One If Or
: dinanca "la Pastad for U
j ' r ' ! .y'7;- . j: - :
, Miss Lilian E. Tingle, demonstrator
In the school of domestic science, will
be appointed market Inspector this after
noon by the city board of health. If ths
recommendation of the directors, of, the
school "Is accepted. Sh Is oonsidsred
thoroughly : eompetent. . and was ths
unanimous choice of the women inter
estsd In tils cruasdo , against' unclean
marketa. -- ',-.1 ' i
Miss Tingle will be a deputy to the
city health officer at It a month. Bar
appointment will go into effect May 1.
because no provision has been mad for
hsr salary thla month. - '
There Is-no reason why the appoint
ment should not take affect Immedlats-,
ly," said Councilman Flegel. "The ooun
cllmen were In sarneat when they passed
ths resolution providing for a woman
Inspector of markets. ' and believe , aha
should begin work at onoa. The salary
for the remainder of April eould be pro.
vided for by a special ordinance at. hs
next meeting of the council.' .
. Sit the masting of the board of health
thla afternoon several matters relating
to the cleanliness of ths city will . be
discussed. .;. i , - . :- J.';;(
aLl. men sinners, V
; t PR, WILSON BEUEVES
Easter day - waa observed at Grace
Methodist, church yesterday with aps
clal aervlces. The pastor'a- sermon oe
TUsurreetlon"- waa listened rto- with
close, attention. . The evening sermon
was . addressed especially to the - St
Paul's brotherhood of the- chrrreh. Tha
choir gave the brotherhood song wrtttaa
by John Praidesux of Uila city. ' Dr.
Clarence True Wilson's sermon, was on
th subject. "Why X.Am a Methodist,"
and ha said In part: -
- "The Methodist church Has no written
creed; .are free to think and 1st
think, and yet there Is a consensus of
opinion fvmong us as to what wa teach.
We believe that all -men are sinners;
thattood; the Father, loves all men and
bates all sin that Jesus Chdstdled for
. all- aaente-make poeslblethelr aalva.
tlon from slh and to make aura. the
narration of those who believe In him;
that-the Holy Bigfit Is given, so all men
to" enlighten them and to lncllaa them
to repent of their sin and to believe la
Christ" - '
ASKS FOR RENT AND
t , w GETS A THRASHING
Acoordlrur to the story related to tha
polios by M. Slgel. a dealer la second
hand goods,' D. Orsxr "pinched" and
ejected him from his own premises this
morning, and told -him if he returned
his head would be cut off " Rather than
take a chance of ' decapitation, Slgel
swots to s- complaint -charstng Oraff
with- assault and battery, and he - waa
arrested by Detectives Renins and Car
penter.. " i, ' l. . ' '"-l" 1
, The second-hand dealer, has a store
at 17 Third street north.-and. rented a
part of the premises to Graff whs; ha
says is behind In-his rent.-. ,. ; ,
AT THE THEATRES.
HoiL'Joho North'' Toialght. '
' The " Krilllaat solltleal earned. "The ' Him.
Inha Marts.", pneentetf by L. R. SteckweD aed
Chanes K. verser, aepportea or s eapaoie em
nu. will ba tbe attrartloa at tbe Maraean
Urand theatre tonight and toauwruw slsbt. If
yea are Imkint tor aa entertalaMnT that will
raoae yoe ta ivrsri yirw troeDwe aee i ne noa
Jobs herta.'! : A lassa freea (tart te flaUa. ,
Strdrt'BUl for the Grand. ,
: The- Oraad theatre win praeent
werk as eseeptlsMlly strong Mil.
erb-k. a eoeisaay sf rJayera late ef tbe letmtm
htnea eameaar. New Ynrb. wlU pi i at a ebarav
In playlet, 'Hee Owhoy Vainer." Patay
Doyle, tbe dawing eomedlea, will be another
itmo eard. Ieon aad Blrtle AlVa.' neople
with flee veteea and foetaaiea will rvnder tbe
lahMt raauMelllnee.' Several ether gd Sets
will swke ap tbe atraac. MO. .. ;
Z .?V 'Hit .at the Baker, ji i 'V
Tbe IJIIlpntles' trie WlU anibtenjri.i'lie a
hM at tbe Baker. Tbeae bMimi are tbe stoet
ixreel attractiea tbar bee appeared la vaadeTllle
In Pertiaae w-eaaue. uaine bmsi snoaeia.
tbey are not alsiply es eablbttlna, bat ere
Teal, lira aetDra,'.' raUaa-a,ene sheet h.
Interapenea ita atmca. eaaoe ana sioaoionee,
There are same ether .ata which aoataiaaa It
tea Una. ' toreaawt f which are Bryar arid
Blaara te a. eooMNlT eketeh rati tied "Matrt
eslal Sweets la raaUy Jara." ' -
At thd Star.
There will be aa Invpoalag array.ef vaede.
vllle taleat at tbe titer thla week, fteabae
rdnrated' snala feed tbe Ut. pabif Marenart
f tbe toodna sinale bells Is aa tbe bill. Cole
and Cole will offer aa aerobatle Saveltr aad
tha Hnrtoa ,belbrlaera will renv -artoctbiae.
Holaiee, aad Mack, two pretty glrle, are vocal
late.' . Rnerae Arbeckbv baa a aew lllaetrated
eonf and the projeetneewne la .applied with the
Qteet fllsi eVer ahowa t the pablle, "Tbe
llete.". f ," '
Fiafenad wtock Oasmsd Ooods.
Allen 4 Lswls' Best Brand.
Fndr-2 Main Ectrence
end Exit or Lewis ca
''v Clark Fair. ' '
51 Chamber of Commerce
or 393K 26th Street .
corn GO TO DEVIL
FOR VOUR flOilEY
Brougher ) Says City It Badly
' Off : That Get -Fund, for r
t, Criminal Practices '
WHAT PREACHER WOULD ;
- 00 IF HE WERE MAYOR
Mr! William Believes In Having
. the City Government Accept '
Bribes ; From Gamblers, 'y
'- A t'V: '".';''
Easter' waa a history-making day at
the White Temple. The church was
beaatlfoily decorated with palms. Ore
gon grape. Eaatsr lOUaa, and cut How
era. Both audltorttuaa war thrown to
gether for the services, and IT persons
ware received Into tha church., male
tai about 100 who "hare joined In
April. .About. SO mora have, signified.!
their Intention of uniting with ths
White Temple, and' It la expected that
they wlU ba received before May 1.
when the next communion service will
be held. .
. . Dr. B rougher spoke at niht on tha
subject. "If I Were Elaotsd Mayor." At
tha close of 'the address, he made aa
appeal to these present, aad about 140
arosa f or prayers. In-spaa king of the
mayoralty contest. Dr. B rougher said la
part: m , .- ,----..-
. The man who la standing for right
eous oae a, should stand for it f& ptHlttoa,
la business. In society, aa well aa la
religion.' OonsequanUy, If I were run
nine for mayor, i would make, first of
all. a plain declaration, foe or against
Uva enforcement of law.. - ' .
- -Mr. Merrill has declared himself for
an open town.' we know where ha
stands, and ba la out for an open fight.
Mr. Albea baa declared himself emphat-
' loaily for ths snf orcsment or law. ws
know exactly where ha is. Mayor WU
llama stands for. all that the present
administration bad given our .city. He
stands condemned by bis acta, not by
his words. He believes la baring the
city government accept .bribe to par'
mlt ' tha gamblers, the saloon men and
those running combination bouses and
concert balls to break the law. This la
what he baa stood for, and If the ma
lority of the Republicans of this city
want that sort of business, then let
them vote for htm. But I do not be
lieve that they are In favor of running
tha town on such a policy, - "
-To bare a law and wilfully break
lt.-SjHi bare tha mayor consent to such
violation. U worse for-th molality "of
tha people than no law at all. Where
one law la enforced today, there are
nlns which are altogether Ignored. - Tbe
result la that we are raising a genera
tion of law breakers aad sowing - the
seeds of anarchy.
. -I would not discriminate against tha
saloons In ths snforoement of law. They
ahould observe ths laws aa much aa
anyone else, aad should not expect any
favors. Whatever privileges a saloon
lloenae granted, should. s of oourae, ba
"No city government ' is oa a good
flnanolai basts that has to depend upon
the eecurlng of funds from Ike criminal
praotleea of us etttaanaup, uow leroM
that tha beautiful city of Portland
should havs to go to the devil te get
Its wttoney. I would rather walk tha
streets of Portland up to my knees in
mull and save its dtlaenahlp clean and
pure, than to walk Its streets pavsd m
gold, and do It by degrading and damn
ing the souls of men and woman. I
trust in ths oomlng prtmarUe, that
Rspublkmns and Democrat wUl vote
for men who stand for, righteousness
and honesty. ' Oiv use a business ad
ministration, but 1st us sea to it that
wa have men who will strictly enforce
the law, without fear or favor, x Let a
man take hie stand for right, and . It
he fail to be 'elected, ha oan at least,
have a clear conscience, and know that
It la better to ba right ' than, to be
mayor." .. .':.
CONDENSED MILK : "
MUST BE PURE; TOO
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According to a law enacted by the
last atate legislature odndenssd milk
and cream manufactured or sold In this
state are required to be of a specified
standard of parity. It is the duty of
J.-WBailyL state dairy and food com-,
mlasioner. t sea that this law 1 n
forced. - ' :- ' " ' '
f Immediately after tha law goes tnto
effect, on May 'It. Mr. Balleyawlll make
an axamlnaUon of tha different brands
of condensed milk and ereaafcwsold in
tha. local markets -and wianufactured In
ths fsctorles of this sUts. Condensed
milk musfoontaln '! per cent of solids
Nearly all tha condensed milk sold" m
this state I canned In th Oregon fac
tor! as, but considerable tptentltlea ot
eream are shipped from CaJlfornla.
"I do not think that I will find any
condensed milk - or cream which vttl
not come within tha . requirements of
the Isw." said Commissioner, Bailey,
"I will make an Inspection of thla line
of fooda In connection with an exami
nation oft other soon af tar th. law
takes .effect." . - ." . " '
. Can't Boast Any Mora. .'
From th St lxula Olobe-Democrat
' Japan's army organisation ha taken
the conceit out of ths military medical
department In svsry other country.
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James Farley,-Hood Rtvef Mer-
chant, Comer Here and .
' Is Lost to View. i
to death by- foul msan3
Was Happily Married, Well to Do
( ,and Showed. Plenty of
'r'y.ir Money Here.
Jam Farley of Hood River baa been
missing since April IT under circum
stances whlcb have' caused his partner,
J. B. Fletcher, to report his disappear
anoe to tha police. The mlaalng maa
had about 1100 when ha disappeared,
and It 1 feared he ba met with, foul
piay.-. x-. -j
' Married only ifx months ago to a
young woman of Hood River, and happy
id- his domestlo relations ea-partnar In
a pioaperwaa mercantile enterprise,- with
bis financial affair In good ooadtttoa:
a man of. exemplary, habits only cos
theory la entertainer relative to Farley
disappearance. - ,
'. He came to Portland Monday. April
17. to buy goods, and registered t tha
Perkins hotel. He purchased the goods,
had them shipped to Hood River, and
the same day surrendered bis room at
the hotel. From : that Urn until tha
present not a. word, baa been beard af
him by his partner or hi relatives.
Mr.' Fletcher came to Portland yes
terday to make an laveatlgation. at the
earnest solicitation . of Farley's" wife.
After ascertaining that ha had not. been
seen sine tha evening of April 17, ba
went to polios headquarters and , aaksd
asskrtaao la an endeavor to find 'him.
If anve, and to recover bid body. If th
worst develop. -
Mr. Farley U aged II yean; t feet
t Inches In height and weighs about 170
pounds. .His complexion Is .described
aa ""medium." and - he wore a heavy
mustache. . When laat been , he . were
black cloth and bat.
Don't jForjet to Eater Your Dog.
-. ' Tomorrow Last Dy for Entriea
Owner of dogs should not-overlook
making their entries, aa tomorrow will
be the laat day. - Th axbjbtta this year
will ba particularly attractive aad It la
not neoasaary that your dog should have
a pedigree . h order to - make htm
eligible for entry.; Don't fail If you
wsnt to get Thomas Aahtoo. the wall
known judge, to pass on your do t
apply to tha secretary, Mr. jr. jr. wams
ley. 111 Pine street, who will supply
all Information and entry blank. . .
Come out, good men let th people
obooas. -. . .
' WORTH M.7S
rTKla WceR Only
'-' - .V.l vs". -'
Fuimsity Jlew Terk
; IS4-6 FlUST ST.i
Happy Little Girls
- Make them feel good 'When they get
Bttsd on an up-to-date Tan Sandal for
SO, 75d or Sl.OO. W mak It
very pleasant for. ladlea and gentlemen
aa well by showing a big ' variety of
Tan Patent LeatHer or Vlcl Kid Shoe
and Oxfords for one third less Id price
in comparison to other stores. ' -
Big assortment of see sons bla weight
and patterns of Men's Suits and" Pants.
Twenty per sent saved la comparison to
ether stores, 1
Complete stock ' of Men' Rata. ; ' It
will astonish you sea Uia newest
shapes and good qualities -for very lit
tle money. It will do yon good to visit
either on of our stores. .,
rinrt and Taaakm or Third and vam,
',' PROPRIKTOR. . . . '
.TXOsT FaJUC, : .
Oorser Twagka aad Twwaty-a"e7tk Sts.
"' VSe ' ' '
Arazxi so, sd, sr. ta. tt m so.
i . j .
Game called, I :I0 o'clock.
' 'Sundays, ttttv ' 1 : . -
eaeral Admlssiom, ts. Oaildrea, lBo.
. nrandirtsna ior naoiew i rw j
day but Rundays and holldaya; men Seo.
dar naar. .
.: Li It
, It Here
Table with S
Brajs feet, 24-inch
Top. for V "
TUESDAY ONLY ; f
. t cS: Sons v
17.1J4 NFIRST STREBT
Toaiclrt and Tubxpiiuw Klcht at t:tf eCVeB,
b BW ItOUIwgxa Afl OXAS.
, la the Brfmaat Polltiral Aedy,
; ;: . tn mo. jtwor aomrm.".
Pi lues Lewwr lonr, exeept laat three row.
11.00) laat tkre wwa. Toe; haleear. Tfc eed
SQej gaUwry. bmm T ft0-
COLUMBIA THE A TRE
, -. , 14ta and VeetilnrUa. . ...i
v . r a arwKit wrbk or
Tke OehiBiM wtora-rvimprmr. Braseatlag -
Isree luaMey ta Ovee-seta,
gw-lag ere, Iaa. -t.tto-.
Peentewa hex of see opea ail day. SIT Mar
Haee atreet. Pbeae Mala 110, ,, Svenlag at
tkeatra, Mala all.
aVwAt Trr A Tn IT Pmr end
atwdW innw waealactea.
mtiui oannri yASASOZ.
XOLMXS AJn MACaV
OOLX AVD OOIX. " .. " .
V . ' anram bxlldikks.
;i, 1 .. oaoo AMucmxa. .
.-. noraoxoaoon. .; s ,
anew tiS. ItKK Sv adstlsihia lOe."
kOTAL XJXXXrOTIAjn AT TSS . '
Third ssd TaataUl. XaatSNi flees, stre.
Tttia. vrntKH Ann.
- ' &0TAL uuxrirrxaJi TkXO. 1
" Swrae aad Wee. . The Beleeataa,
-f Vllllam lmi, Brrea aad hlaaeks.
: famea Oony. ' ieaa WUewa.
The JsassntraaB. ' ' Saher'f Oreheatra.
ssow f:V 1;. -Ofl a. m.- AdsHsaiea lt
. ts ssr seek , .-
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:WSX: :--v. -tx W,:'
f EASY TO KEEP
li wear Velu
. . "' YotAi rtibaUy : needing a ; refrif erator tiiese i .
': wsrm'days. ;YpuTl need-it worse whim the real V
V t summer comes,.' Better come in now. and jet one.
V Our stock is new arid youH have no trouble get- .
ting the size and kind you want. : We keep, the ,T
". v" kind you wantthe" "cool, cleanable, comfortable f;
' ' ' Hrtrl,- the kind that keen thines fresh and sweet
jarr U long Ba'Uiere la a puuuu wa ssah u un
t . v ' . T wrn wrsnt . a mod serwant for Warm '
-' i -v weather get a
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Prices $8.50 to $50.00
Aad for a while it looked as though the 375 suits would be
gone before ' nightfall. ' However, there were between CO
, and 75 left, and in order to close out the lot the sale will con
tinue until the suits are gone Vt any suit; fit guaranteed.
The real suit sensation of the
offering any suit on my
These suits were made, by the Royal tailors last month' for
Easter delivery for prices ranging from (20.C0 to
"You get- what the other fellow paid. . There are some .
swell patterns in this fine lot snd the values are the greatest
I have ever, had the. pleasure of offering you. " , ' . ,
. - t ;rFonr Doors East
AMOTHCR BTHONO BILL. . .
, -lira ruDiaicsa. ,
. tiiiuli 11D.V1UI.
oasis vrvfianr. aur. soasaa.
aaaeral adaUMtns. K jwata. " '
sue. ' Box eeaok see.
. Voted a Oennlneaeeeaa. . .....
-MATlNca tvaa at, iiia-, -it
Oae Bl aaew si Nlrkt. BtartlSfl at ;
, , . .. . lJ Assuactoa ,
4 i ' . ' ' ; All This 'Wees. ' '
"' tbe Werld-raswaa KsMtioaal ftrewa,
THE LYRIC THEATRE
(STENTS AND ALDBk' TmKaTS.
': Bvery Aftwea aadjsmls. ,
The rear-Art OraaM. f ,
iThe Man Prom Nvc3aM
tpeeialtlee Betweea. Atta. '
r-wferataaeee st. l:Sfc f.. as rli .'.
tmal frie el adaleatea,-10 easts. -
look well, . -
GLACIER. - ' P 'i .' ,'
ys .y f ;.----:-?:."V,:'--T "'
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There Wc3 i
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