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THE OREGON DAILY JOUr.IIAL'. 1 GinXAND, TUESDAY EVENING." NOVEMBER 14. 1SCJ.
.60,000- - '-DADBELS
British Steamship Strathmore Is
Chartered for Big Ship- .
' ment of Flour.
CONTEST BETWEEN RIVAL
.;; COMPANIES CROWS KEEN
il Portland & Asiatic Line and Mitsui ft
Co. Appear to Be Trj&nf; to Outdo
, ' One Another in Chartering Tramp
:. Steamships for Fir East .
Throutti Balfour,' Guthrie St Co.. the
Portland Asiatic Bteamshlp line char
. tered the British steamship Strathmore
yesterday afternoon to transport a
cargo of flour to the orient The vessel
' ia a , OOO-ton carrier and will take out
a full cargo of flour, which Will mean
. MOS barrels: She is now in Japan,
but, will sail at one for Portland. The
steamer ia ejtpected to reach the Co-
lumbla river not later than December S.
The Portland & Asiatic Steamship
company now has three tramps under
. charter fo load for the far east the
other two. being the Cape AnttDee ana
Croydon. ' The latter la at. Ban Fran
. Cisco and it is believed that she will
. reach here In time to load and sail this
month. The-Cape Antibee will arrive
early next month. If everything turns
out- e planned,' the company will: send
'.three steamers to Japan and China next
'month the Strathmore; Cape Antlbes
,,nd the Arabia, one of the regular
)lnej-v Jt Is probable that they will
take out about 160,000 barrels of flour
in addition to a big amount of general
freight with which the Arabia will be
, supplied. , ' , - - ' j
During the past season there appears
to have' been - considerable rivalry be
tween the Portland A Asiatic line and
. cMltsul A Co. as to which-firm would
dispatch the greater number of tramp
steamers to the far east. First one
company engaged a- vessel and thes
the other until it is now about a
standoff between the two lilies. Includ
ing the regular freighters of course, the
.. PV A. company has far, the best of
' It. as one or two of these latter craft
. have, cleared with big cargoes every
' month. But snippers are of the opln
ion that it is only a question of a
short 'time when the big Japanese firm
will establish a line of its own between
Portland and the far east and then the
, rivalry will-become' more keen.
- Until the charter of the Strathmore
was effected, the demand for Oregon
flour In Japan had been rather light.
'compared with that earlier In the sea-
son. It Is thought that heavy ship
rnmt-wnr again be made to the mrica-
do'a kingdom from this coast7 before the
season is much farther advanced. At
any- rate, the cereal shipments in' No-
vemoer and December, it is now as
sured, will be almost as heavy as they
were In October, the banner month Is
the history , of theport. . -
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FOR POLICE BOATr "
Bes Blglla. Says Oae Would Biwrsmt
' TTeefsx a Z soaps of Criminals,
'vtth a police, boat keiky patrolling
hSvatrfront f night, Ben BlgUn. ths
' nasffcr-inaater. Is of the opinion that
" fewer criminals would make their ea-
. It Is pointed Out that the ma-
. Jotity or men who are guilty of. the
small thefts Invariably head for the
river. If they do not try to nyike their
' escape In small boats. It la declared
that they go in hiding underneath the
docks,.'-where their plunder . Is usually
y cached. During the night too, men
- Who are wont to prowl ground on ths
front after dark steal articles from the
'-- oockaV . ... ... v.- 1 ;-.
'If i police boat - were In commls
' slon.'' asserts Mr. Blglln. "the number
. of thefts down that way soon would be
reduced to a small figure. Such boats
sre operated st night by s number of
. .the large cities with the best of re
suits. . Ssn Francisco employs an aquar
ian patrolman and he has made a large
- number of notable captures.",, - --
s' r FULL WHEAT CARGO.C
Ores pAetlTlty Voted In Whoa Carry
. . tag om Tipper Colombia.
' ' - One of the few full sargoes of wheat
brought from the porfage road, on ths
- upper Columbia, river, to Portland at
'rived yesterday on the steamer Joseph
Kellogg. . It comprised I.7&5 sscks, or
1 81 tons. ' The Joseph Kellogg Is 'un
der charter to the Regulator line and
will be kept In the grain trade the best
' part of ths winter. Ths other steam
ers operated by 'the same compsny also
are bringing wheat to Portland from
, points - on the upper river, as Is also
the Charles R, Spencer. '
For the psst week the Mountain
Gem has averaged making one round
trip dally ' between points near ' Arling
1 ton and the portage road. - After she
gets all of the grain moved to the port
age from the nearby points, she will
i proceed farther up stream. . It will
, take her from two to four days to
make the longer hauls. , TheyJittle
steamer ColumbiaIs engsged also -en
the aame route. Some of the steamers
, from Portland are fitted out with car
goes at The Dalles.
For the next year or two. at lenst
every, craft leaving this end of the line
for the upper, river will go out loaded
O- 1 1
',' t .
If you have a stubborn
o)lcl and have tried all
: other remedies and got
no relief try :
it will surely give you
relief at once.
' -'- AD Druggists ,
to the guards with freight. Among
other things, they will handle 30,000
barrels of cement, whlcji will be used
for building a concrete wall to the
government canalr A portion of the
cement now la being, shipped on the
boats and In taking care of the other
traffic theyxwlll have all they can at
tend to fo some . time to come." Ma
terial of all aorts also Is being sent
from here to the contractors who sre
building the new road down the north
bank of the. Columbia river. .
tarred Out la Moogkong-, They Boarded
. Schooner Churchill. .
Paul SmMh and John Toting, British
negroes.. who arrived as atowaways on
the American schooner Churchill from
Hongkong, msy' be deported by the Im
migration authorities. Their case is bs
ing inquired "Into snd deoUkm aoon
wilt be reached? In the meantime the
men will remain practically prisoners
on the vessel, which is st Knappton re
ceiving' a, cargo of lumber -for a Cali
fornia port. Representatives of the
local.-United States Immigration office
were at Knappton yesterday gathering
data concerning the black sailors, who
declare that they are natives of ths Bar
badoea islands and are British subjects.
While-on. a visit to Hongkong ths
Chinese got the Impression that the
negroes were American xsltlsena snd pro
oeeded to starve them out. As they
were boycotted at all of the restaurants
and other public, eating-houses ths men
were goon in a desperate condition.
While cruising aboat the harbor they
learned that the Churchill would Soon
sail for the. Columbia river ' and suc
ceeded in getting berths on her ss
stowaways. . Captain Huffman, master
of ths vsssel, did not, know they were
on bosrd until the schooner was three
days st sea and ha pressed them Into
service to work for their passsgs.
When he reached Knappton be employed
the men-to work as 'longshoremen to
ssslst in loading ths vessel snd hs will
keep them there until It has been de
etded what disposition to make of the
Wen. ' , ; . "
The negroes claim that- the Chinese
were trying to starve- them out because
of the former's anger toward all Ameri
cans on account of the rigid enforce
ment in this country, of ths exclusion
FOG SHROUDS RIVER.
AooHdest Is Oae . Waea
. Crashes Into Poatooa. ' '
Dens clouds of fog hung ' heavily
over ths liver this morning and as all
of the steamers went out on schedule
time It was feared that a - number- of
accidents would occur. But the - only
one reported wss of miner Importance.
While the Rath wss endeavoring to get
through the draw of the steel bridge
shortly after. T o'clock 'she got slightly
out of her course and crashed into a
pontoon moored to the lower snd of the
dra wrest. , On the pontoon was a row
boat which Is used by the bridge
tenders and It was dumped into the
river. " Ths .craft waa not damaged to
any extent. Finally the ateamer backed
down stream, got bet XlAbJtlreejrliigi and
lna-ra . iiirougn. me draw wiuiout- lur
ther incident .
River men say it waa one-of the
heaviest fogs they ever saw on the
Willamette river. Steamboat whistles
were kept shrilly blowing and the ea
sels moved out only at a snail's pace.
As a consequence the draws of ths
bridges were kept 'open for unusually
long, periods,, but there were no oonv
plaints from those who were crossing
the structures; as they realised that the
delays were unavoidable. ' ,
The- weather maa reports that the en
tire western portion -of the state waa
Keaveloped with -thick for this morning
wo icn eitenaea as rar soutn as Eureka.
1 was foggy also in a small territory
arouna Bpoaane, wnlch is something
out of the ordinary. As a cloud was
passing xover the city last night rain
rat, out uie-couu precipitation meas
ured only .el of sn Inch. It Is the first
s ho wet of- any consequence since Oc
koar ,4sseaee of Sskasoai Oaoseg Oe
y. slderable Aazlety. ,
"Nothing has been heard of the Brit
ish ship Bskasonl. although It will be
an even six months this coming Thurs
day since -she sailed from Antwerp for
Portland with a general cargo. If she
does not show up In a few days. It Is
probable that she will be plated on the
overdue Hat and the reinsurance rstes
advanced. - - ' -
Those who have friends on ths Es-
nsuiimte tiesliiiiliis t i ..ir. Merry, recently ineo Dy courxmsruat
non-arrival. Letters tram riirvent 1
parts of the world have been 'received
at Portland In the last day or two from
people who want to know If any news
has been heard of the vessel- Some of
these messages corns from Saa Fran
cisco snd others from Canada snd In
them Is given, the explanation that the
writers sre personal friends of mem
bers of the crew. The Eskasonl Is In
commsnd of Captain Townsend, who
hss ths reputation of being one of the
best navigators that eve - got speed
out ' of a square-rigger. He was at
Portland laat year, making both the
passsgs coming this way snd on ths
homeward trip in less than ths. average
time. . , .
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
This sfternoon the British steamship
Euphrosyne will be taken to St. Johns
and tn the morning placed on the dry-
dock for cleaning and painting. The
bottom of ber hull la covered with s
rich grawth of barnacles produced by
the salty water ot San Francisco bay,
where the vessel Isy Idle for almost two
years. . ,
Steamer W. H. I Kruger will arrive
from San Francisco thia afternoon with
a cargo ff general merchandise and a
number of passengers. - 1 '---
Major B. W. Roesaler went to Fort
Stevens this morning to inspect ths
government work at the mouth of the
-Captain t. C. Hellner lighthouse In
spector of tnla district, reached boms
this morning from San Diego, where he
wss a member of the board which In
quired' lnte the Bennington esse.
I With loe tons of grain 'artttk a cargo
of general merchandise the steamer
AUlsnce sailed last night for Kureka and
- i tow of the steamer Dauntless the
Americas barkeatiae Roderick Dha ar
rived this morning from, San Francisco,
She .will be fitted out . with a grata
cargo for tbs return trip.
Htesmer Eureka, arrived 1 last night
from the Bay City and began loading
grata this morning at Oceanic dock
She wUI take-out about 3,300 tons.
The work of loading the 'British
steamship Aglncoorl will ba completed
tomorrow and immediately afterward
she will leave- down bound for Japan. J
Astoria. Nov. 1 4 Arrived down at
T:X s. m, schooner Lout. Arrived
steamer Ilnmer, for San Francisco, Ar
rived at and left up st a. m.,
steamer V. II. Kruger, from San Tran-
elsen. Itt up St. IS a. m., schooner
William ftowden and W. T. Jewett.
SEVEN CAN Um .
. S14G EACH
Chaoc for Another lor $i8j. You
Can Buy It Today, but Probably
Not Tomorrow. T -
If you expect to1 get a choice Chlcker
Ing. or, Kimball, or Schumann, or a fine
Weber Pianola piano, or one of several
other elegant' Instruments used at the
World's Kalr.iand which are now being
closed out by Kllera Piano House. 861
Washington street, at bona, tide reduc
tions ranging from SO to 9 per cent,
you will have to sttend to selecting one
Bean m mind that this sale Is the only
one you will ever live to see. Come in
and ascertain how really easy It is to
secure a nne plana Incidentally, also,
we wUI show you the greatest display
of highest-grade, srtistlo plsoos , ever
mad , ., - , ,
Our terms, to wind up matters quick
ly, have been made so easy that no one
need hesitate to make their purchase
st this time. . -
Prices range from $ls for a beauti
ful taoo style, whlcji shows practically
no -wear whatever and is fully war
ranted, to 67i for one of the fanciest
regular 575 cabinet grand uprights in
beautifully carved genuine San 'Do
mingo mahogany case. Hrtng til or
$25 for first payment down, and pay
the balance at tlO.- yea. IS a month.
That certainly looks easy, and It Is
One of the most beautiful and most
valuable baby grand pianos ever ahloped
to Oregon, that cannot be told from
brand new, will be sold at a bona fide
discount of 1183. Pay the rest at 116 s
month, if you like. i -
Why not get one of the world's Fair
Pianola Concert Pianolas, while they
sre to be had at these reduced prices?
The Pianola la sold the wojM over for
1269, but these used instruments are
offered now st very substantial reduc
tions. For 120 we furnish Pianola li
Look into this at once. Toil can't. sf
ford to lose this opportunity whers ws
savs you a clesn $100 or 1 130, and more
in some Instances, over the lowest cash
retail price obtainable anywhere else in
this country. Kllers Piano House, (61
Washington street, corner ars.
steamer Roanoke, from Portland and
way ports, for Port Los Angeles. Ar
rived last night steamer Redondo, from
Portland. , -
Astoria, Nov. H. Balled at 1 p. m.
stoamer Columbia, for San Francisco,
Arrived st 1 p. m., schooner W. F. Jew-
ett. from San Francisco. Arrieed
1:25 p. m., British ship Kynsncs. from
San Francisco., Arrived at 1 p.
schooner Wlnslow. from San Pedro
Arrived at t p. m.,-schooners William
Bowden, from Redondo, and Volunteer,
from San Pedro. ' (
San Francisco, Now II. Arrived at
8:S0 p. m.. steamer Despatch, from
Portland. ' - '
v Hongkong. - Nor. 14. Ssiled, German
steamer Arabia, for Portland via Toko-
hams. ' ' '
Hobart, Nov. . 14. Arrived prior te
date, French ship Jules Gommes, from
If wansea Jr Portland.
Astoria.. Nov.' 14. CohdltTonorthe af
afcS a. m., obscured;, wind east; weather
densely foggy. . '
Astoria, Nov. U.--Arrlved at 11:40 a.
m. Steamer Costa Rica, . from Ban
Francisco. Sailed at noon Steamer
Nloomedia, for ' Hong Kong and way
ports. - i ' . : '",.
"JAB0UR EXTENDS H0UR.1
Tremeadoas Crush, at the Treads Bin
'.. res aftutdayv -' -
More than 100 were -unable to gain ad
mittance to the spacious restaurant op
erated by Mr. Jabour, successor to W.
F. Watson. Sunday, at ths dinner hour.
In deference to a popular demand Mr.
Jabour has sstended the time for serv
ing bis celebrated French dinners, which
are now the 'reigning local sensation,
Ths hours hereafter will be from t to
p. m. dally. A bottle of claret ,or
sauterne, of a fine vintage, served free
with each dinner. Those who wish a
table t reserved can do so by phoning
snd stating the number of guests and
hour of arrival. Phone Main 63.
Ths force ot waiters Ass been doubled
to accommodate patrons of the mer
chants' lunch served from 11 a. m. to
I P. HI." ' -' t'-v;;--1 ;-- '-.
BERRY SENTENCED TO -DISMISSAL
(Jearnal Special Strvlee.)
Washington. Nov. 14. Captain
uu a uisrge el
an officer while
on the trBnsportheridaaen.jrouto
fiuni the orient to San Franclsdo. T&as,
according to the papers In the case Just
received' at the war department, been
sentenced to dismissal from the serv
esse has been .sent
. ' - Slain UgTet Plant Sold, -
(Special Dtepstch to The JoereiLi,
Elgin, Or.. Nov. 14 Messrs. Spencer
and Sapplngton - have purchased the
electric light plant in this etty from H.
V. Gates Co. snd the Buck sawmill
from the First National bank, paying
$8,000 for ths two concerns. The elec-
trio light plant will be operated by
- - -
' Hard Times odablev"
(Special DtapSteS to Tbe Srnal.) -Mllwaukle.
Or., Nov. 14. The local
lodge of Women of Woodcraft la mak
ing elaborate preparations for a "Hard
Times Sociable" in ths Woodmen hall
at Mllwaukle, Saturday, November It,
The public Is Invited to attend.
For Daily's Dhth.
T keeetlfy tbe svia. eVsnsa tbe eeilp. trim
the katrt wtop ebaSng, Itrklaf ss4 Imuttoe. te
ks the rt-lk-ar. .kia pare srxl sweet, sesecielly
UtUe kaefce, teste's aetalag like
-A Brtstfc sf ftae Balsam k Every Cake."
Mxltrat!. SeeSnrlales. frarrant.' Maltlterfie et
nm ear HeWlae See se enael fn every etn
orw ot t.rflet. ketb ssS sarsery. AMM by Skla
aealtb Tr.atn.st. tt dMtmre all kswer Bnae,
Biakea halllr scale, rw sale asd beaatiral batr.
Lanr. tAe. e.kM, dracfUM'. a.k lor HarSas Boas
anil Skhihealrh Tmtaiest. T5e., Smsirtets'. a
elnsle trial will eo.Tles ym f the eaeeneted
arite of tbew mtrnwa pip.nitHtis. mmmm
f.wark. N.j J.
FK1B NO TRACE OF
f. i mm
', ' , . . .-
Left for Leland, Southern Ore:
f gon, Nearly Three Weeks
I- ' Ago. " .
DID NOT ARRIVE AND V
PARENTS TOLD POLICE
Is Young Man of Exemplary Habits
Relatives Think He Did Not
' Leave Town an8 'Has Come to
HarmPolice Seeking for Him.
Frank' I Stewart waa reported miss
ing to ths pollcsvby relatives last Sun
day. The circumstances connected with
his disappearance are peculiar and In
vestigation of detectives thus far has
tended only to increase the mystery.
8tewart Is II yesrs old and lived with
his parents at 173S Whalen street. He
packed a grip and left home October 34,
with the announced Intention of going
Frank L. Stewart.
to Leland, In southern Oregon, where
hs has relatives. . Since that day noth
ing has been seen or beard of him by
relatives or friends.
' Ilia parents waited :for a. letter" for
soms time and "'then wrote " to Leland
They received a letter a few days ago
saying that he had not been there. Then
they grew alarmed and notified the po-
lice. A description of the., mlsslug
youth wss read oft to the theater reliefs
snd detectives were detailed to make
It Is the. theory of the young man's
parents that he did not leave the city
and may have been robbed and mur
dered or have met with an accident. He
had some money and a few articles of
Jewelry In his poaaesalon when he left
home. . He Is described as a boy whose
habits were exemplary.
. Toung Stewart la about C feet I Inches
tall, weighs 116 pounds -snd has dark
hair.' He wore a dark suit and a dark
bat. His face was marked with a few
pimples and blotches at the time of his
disappearance. ; .,
CITY OFFICIALS NAMED '
AT FREEWATER PRIMARIES
(Bpeelal IMspeteh te Tbe JearaaL)
Freewater. Or.. NOV. 14. A nrlm.rv
election was held in this city yesterday
ror tns nomination of a mavor and
three councllmen. which resultsd In ths
nomination of Fred Uvans as mayor
snd J. B. MlddletonW. R. Stewart and
C J. Lawler for councllmen. The Isw
snd order people of the city have held
no primary and It is not believed thst
they will take any steps n that direc
There, was somewhat of a sensation
Ing to the fact that the present city
recorder ana tns threeacting council
men of the city stated that they would
resign In caae ths newly nomlnsted
mayor waa elected early la December.
ELGIN SOON TO HAVE
BETTER LIGHT SERVICE
("aerial Dispatch te Tbe Joors.l t
Elgin. Or.. Nor. 14. Spencer 4k Sao-
lngton have purchased the Elgin eleo-
trlo light plant from H. V. Gates Co.
The purchasers sre local men Interested
Irl the lumber business. - The plant.
which Is now located on ths Grand
Ronde river east of town, will be moved
arrs ss the trsck to the west part of ths
city and win ne run by a large sawmill
snglns lnstesd of by water power.
heretofore. Ths light service hss been
very poor for several months owing to
lack of water. The new company ex
pects to have Its plant moved snd ready
for operations In 10 days. ..
I hers loe
' dreealBS for raea sad WBSMta. Wet
i oentiesi.e At 40 nr balr was gray. AM.M.
t fHerat kist bis Jrb Stim grar balr awde bla
K"k old. PmSrlst br ble eipenaanr I sawl
Hay-e Halrfcealth, jfiH baes tbe sssm
Sat bnnra balr tbet r bad st tt. Hold rrf
oaltiee, t boms' h roaster atea, . who oal
halt was grar balr. kT km StaailMeS. I
tb.ak yes fur sir seeltlee. R. B. Oaadertne.
lara aor. bottle. SnHrstata. TakeseUlag
ItSettt slnatare i'kllo Hay Spec. Od,
ffgs ttfe, take te sey ef Snliewlng Araggtets
and ret nr. settle ll.lrbealtb and . rake
Harsna Bnan. awlleated. both far Soe retu
lar artce TO.; er aeet by Pbila Hay
Kewark. H. Jw prepaid, for snr. and tble adr.
Free seep set br SrntaiH wltbeat tats
eatlre adv. aa4T eOa, (ot Bakaaalla.
Wawel,.. ........... ........
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" JV J X . J
Following i3 the statement
of a doctor who puts trnth
above so-called "profes
sional etiquette," and can
didly states his belief and
experience for the benefit of
the masses who may read it; f
That man is Dr. C. P. SMITH, the most success
ful physician of OleanN. Y. ; V- Y,..)
"I wish to add my professional testimony to
the value of your English preparation, known
as Acker's English Remedy for Asthma, etc.
In several instances after I have tried my utmost
to giye even, relief, I have prescribed your rem
edy, and it has acted almost like a miracle, not
only relieving but permanently curing every one
of -the patients. I endorse the above prepara
tion as one of the most valuable additions to the
practice of medicine." V ;
: Such a frank endorsement as the above Is phe
nomenal. Coming from so distinguished a mem
ber of the medical profession, it carries with it
an assurance which the public will be sure to
avail themselves of. It is recommendations like
this which " make It"' possible to give the broad
guarantee that is a part of every , sale of ' -
for Coughs Colds,. Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption. It must either
o all that is claimed for it, or your money will be refunded. Do you know
of any other medicine sold on those terms? Do you know of any other
medicines which prominent doctors regularly prescribe in, theixujwii practice
as being better than prescriptions tey write themselves? These facts are
veil worth considering. They are of special interest to those with sore
throats and weak lungs. ' Remember we sell every bottle on a positive
guarantee.' 25c, 50c, and $x.oo. '
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY S. C. SKIDMORE A CO.
DON'T DOSE THE STOMACH
si Cares Oatairm kr Bnatklaf
. Aromatte XeaUag Altv. '
Tou cannot afford to risk permanent
losa of health by taking strong drugs
Into the stomach In ths vain hope of
curing catarrh of ths noes and throat.
The only true way of curing catarrh
troubles Is by the use of Hyomei, which
is Dreainea inraign a neat poraet, in
haler that comes with every outfit.
Hyomei Is not a secret remedy, and
Its formula Is given to all reputable
physicians. Its baas Is ths famous eu
calyptus oil. Thia la combined with
other healing, aromatle gums and bal-
anal waea using wyomei. ins
air you breaths le filled with aerm
killing, health-giving curative powers.
It kills sll catarrhal germs and restores
ths -mucous membrane of the nose,
throat and lungs to a perfectly healthy
The com Diets Hvomel outfit, consist
Ing of a neat pocket Inhaler, a medicine
dropper and a bottle of Hyomei, costs
bat 11.00, snd extra bottles oan be ob
tained for SO cents, making It the most
economical method of curing catarrh,
as well ss ths most reliable.
- If you cannot obtain Hyomei of your
dealer. It will pe rorwaraea oy man,
postage paid, on receipt of price. Write
today for a free sample bottle and con
sultation blank that wilt entitle you to
servtoes of our medical department
without charge. The R. T. Booth Com
pany, Hyomei Building, Ithaca, N. Y.
WOODARD, CLARKE CO. Druggists
rpHX iiw xokz or m loum rm.
- ueaa CVtlhM.. TMtftl a.S WuhliriM Utm.
rwtland. Or., new asdrr eimatraetlaa. will be
rrltndldlr KsbteS and will bare .rerr enfs
lor. fnr tbe aeeomaMMlstlne ef 500 steoVsta
There wlO be IS efflcee ror baalnMS iraetlee,
eeitlpp.4 with aepertsieet t.lrpbnme, adding
aiai'Sisa, moae-iear kHigers. ears nire and as-
ilsacM aeeemerr tn th. wwn tHMiseaa errwe.
plaeed Sle gradaates la positions laat year.
Tor catalog write to-temporary address:
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