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- PAGE snt-rt? -' l;::g . STATESMAN. Salem. Oreym, Saturday tloraiiry Atgnst S3. 1S33 v -
1 - ,,. i , - . ji nniiRiniin nrrnis l
, Resume - its '-'
. Meetings; -j .:
. Tbe first organisation .to set Its
'' .'lall and winter schedule of meet
ings ta motion Is Chapter G, of
- the' P. E. O.' Sisterhood. During
V . the summer months tht r group, as
alt other organisations; has been
: ' enjoying a" vaeatldn through the
- hot weather and vacation months.
, . Chapter G will observe its first
an ce ting Thursday, September 4, at
the Elks club for a no host 1:00
o'clock luncheon. The. committee J
Mb charge -will be- the past presi
dants ot the organization; tbe in
. dlviduals of which are MreB. J.
Miles. Jlrs. H. E. BoUnger, Mrs. F.
x. E. - Churchill, Mrs. ' S. W. Selee,
:.- Mrs. K. J. Huffman. Mrs D. X.
' Beechler, Mrs. W. W. Moore,; Mrs.
W. M. Hughes. Mrs. A. L. Godfrey.
Following tbe-lancheon there
4 : VlU -ba . a regular - meeting , at
. which time Mtes Anora Welch will
read, a paper on' "The Coming of
the White Man to te Northwest"
'The officers for this year are
Mrs. A. T. Woolpert; president;
Mrs. W.?M.: Smith, vice president;
: ', Mrs. W. F. Lange. recording sec
retary; Mrs. Gardner . Knapp, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. Har
old Hughes, treasurer; Mrs. P. J.
1 .- Kunts. j chaplain ; Mrs. - D. -X.
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: Scotts Mills has ;
- Lovely Wedding
Scotts Mills. The home ; of
I : Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. Hogg was
i -the .scene .of pretty wedding
Wednesday evening, August 27.
at ; S o'clock when their oldest
' daughter, . Edith Loraia'e. became
" . the bride of Ross R. -Hill, son of
Mr. and Mrs. M..A. HU1 of Turn
er, Oregon. .-. ,
- The bride who was becoming
ly dressed In peach georgette,
with tight bodice and full jrtt
fled skirt, carried , a shower bou
v quel of Cecil Brenner rosebuds.
: The bride's only attendant was
her .sister. Miss Doris Hogg; who
- were pale green georgette and
carried an arm bouquet of white
Reyerend I. " B. " Bailey of . Sa
lem. officiated at' the ceremony,
which, was performed under-an
arch of roses, asters, gladioli and
f era at one' end of. the' large
living room. Miss LoU Phi m
mer of Salem," played. Mendels
sohn's wedding march, x -
The color scheme - in the din
ing room was pink and white,
. ' streamers from the ceiling cen
tering around the wedding cake
in the center of the table.
Misses Beatrice Amundson.
Grace Dunagsn and Dorotha
,' Shepherd assisted in serving.
Late la the evening the young
. couple left for a wedding trip to
Crater Lake. and Oregon caves.
----- Upon their . return- they will be
at home to their friends at 281
North 24th street, Salem. ,
Those present were: Mr. and
- Mrs. Ross R. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
M. A Hill of Turner. Mrs. T. Mi
plethorpe, Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Bluhm and daughter, Bar-
. bcra, of Tenino. Washington; F.
E. Sh"afer, Salem; iMr. and- Mrs.
Floyd Hill, of Gervals; Mrs. C.
E. Mmlvihlll and daughter Ruby
Harriet of ; Portland; Mr. and
- Mrs.- aW. Wirts,-Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Wynkoop, Miss -Winifred
' Graham. Miss Marge Abert, Miss
Alice- Falk Miss Lois Plnmmer,
Dick Pitcher, Rev. L. B. Bailey,
all of Salem: Mr. and Mrs. AH
mond Rich ' Mt nd Mrs. Georce
Havnes. Mr. and Mrs. Louie
. Schaecher, 'Misses Beatrice
Amuadson. Grace Dupagan, Dor?
: otha Shepherd, Doris Hogg and
t; Mr. and .Mrs. W. ,T. Hogg. ;
George Rigbys Will r
, Aisit in f Salem 7 :
Mr. and Mrs. George Rigby. nee
Virginia Merle Crltes. will be Sa
lem guests Monday, and will be
overnight guesU at Willamette
lodges home of ,Mrs. c. Claudius
Thayer.-. r-S'c y 7- - i " frr
? Mr. and Mrs. "Rlgbr are coming
to Salem as s Jtart of their wed
. ding tour, following their marrt-
-age.. September; 1.Ha Spokane,
t . They wlll leave Tuesday morning
y boat from Portland for an ex-
. Headed irip, throtrgh: the Panama
Canal to New Tors: city. Tney. wm
Massachusetts, where Mr, Rigby
- makctthelr homelB Breekllae,
.Ul;bei la business. .
- Both Mr. and Mrs. Rigby are
. Willamette nniversity graduates
. . ;nd have many friends la oniver
sity clrtlea who will welcome them
: for the brief Ume they -will be
.'here. Mr. Hlgby is the son of Mr.
-'iand Mrs. W. T. Jtliby Ot 8lem.'
: i t Mrs. Harold Hughes entertained
4 with an Informal dinner party at
' .! ker home on D street rrldar nil
4 i compliment to the birthday of
; William Hashes, father ot Harold
Hughes. Covers .were placed for
! LAWYERS FETE
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:? - Chief Justice of the United Stales Cnpreme Court Charles Evan
: i' Haghes at tbe banquet givea in 1K honor by the American Bar
7" rsoclatiow. x-Presideiit ef t& par esesrisUoa Heavy Ppeost
iOuve M. Doak.
1 Beauty ,- iI-:
Shimmering ; surfaces of : oily
noses produce j watlJngs of yore,
but- the: duIl"eomjsiex!on is seen
of tener than the glinty one It Is
this modern Interest in health
giving diets that 4s doing' the bus-'
iness. .The individual, who laps up
rich gravies, eats more fat "food's
tban the tunjmy needs,5" Is. the one
who looks as it her face' were
buttered. ; She will find beauty
help in the" saJtrglow. rubbing
the Ibody with aalU and spraying
It away .with cold water-aad Ja
lee rubs for the compleiion.; fol
lowed by a, patting with cotton
which has been dipped In witcb
hazeL - . .
- Acne and blackheads can be
wiped off the facial map by prop
er medical attention. Certain 'rays
are used with success by doctors
who specialise in' diseases of the
skin. The more warm water and
soap used, the better since soap
suds dries up watery deposits and
heals the pustules. Patting in a
powder : made of equal parts of
baking soda and boric acid often
dissolves blackheads, clean the
pores of them. Then pores con
H BrHANNK ADAUS
And then your small girl will
welcome, a dainty, cool froelt like
the one pictured today. There are
shoulder, capelets to -,. reniaee
sleeves and. a square neckline In
front that is most becoming. Pia
!ucka afford v additional fullness
n the front, 'There are French
panties with the pattern. t :
. Patten It 4 Is charming made
of dimity, lawn, batiste, wash silks
or gingham.' The trimming bands
are of contrasting color or. white.
Checks, plaids; flowers and geo
metric designs are canning for
small . fashionables; ' In r- pastel
shades or vivid eoloriera. - -
. May be obtained only la sizes ,
. 8 and 10. Size, 4 requires 2
yards pf . 2 inch fabrie nd U
yard of trimming. .
aMtary aiaka this sm1 with
or- . - TrW twri
is, mui timvXm, M hilnri
JMi flfMen cmIi ta etaa cars-;
f3ly wnpa,er stamps fer tech.
hattanu Writa aJaiaty Tr aaaM.
ilHM ama atyls ihr. B aara.
t U iraat4..
Oar Mf fall aaA whiter fashiami
seek esatainiai czqtisiU mseslst
Ux aaalta aai ekiMrva M an;
kUem - aaaartaMa at traaafar :
. pa4traa. aa tw;i Mwattiaa. ia'
. mw rmij. .rrka flttaae aata.
vBaok with palters. SS eaats. A
draas aH bmII ss eriars U gtatae
atsa .-Pattar Oepavtaaaal. 1S
Wnt Ilia iXrumK w Tack City.
Society Editor t
tract, giving the skin a finer tex
ture. . ; j .
Standing on one foot. , sitting
twisted in the chair, holding the
head sidewise are bad - habits;
they throw the body out of align
ment, bave a depleting effect vp
on the aplaal column, which was
never intended to curve from one
side to the other. The symmetri
cal; form is the result of good
posture. - . - '
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To fill out hollow cheeks; use
a $ nightly, application of equal
parts of lanolin and aeecoahutteni
mixed together by melting. 'Place
the, fingers outspread. . over the
cheeks and bring together In a
clawing movement.- This ' treat
ment strengthens and stimulates
the trumpeter's muscles. ; "
Few v women are so thin that
collar bones shelf out.. The source
of the trouble is usually in the
habit of throwing the shoulders
forward. Throw . them baek and
collar ; bones do a hideaway. By
keeping . the chest ' lifted, ' the
shoulders must go back. The Jift
ed ' chest cavity has a greater
breathing capacity than tbe one
that slumps inward.
Leslie Can Do Class
Members- of the Leslie Can Do
class met at the home of Mrs.
John Bertelsoa Wednesday after
neoa for a social afternoon. Mrs.
Mason Bishop . and r Mrs. F 3C
Hoereth were assistant hostesses.
After a happy social afternoon
and sewing the .members were
served afternoon tea by the hos
esses. Among those present were
Mrs. Clark Wills, Mrs. Ben Ot
Jn. Misa Vesta Milllcan. Mrs.
Wayne Greenwood. Mrs. W., J.
Llnfoot; Mrs. Mason Bishop, Mrs.
F. X. Hoereth and Mrs. John
Bertelson. . .
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Mrs. Alice Dodd
A pretty, luncheon with covers
placed for nine was that for.
whieh Mrs. W. c. Hawley was
hostess at the Marlon hotel
Thursday, afternoon in compli
ment to Mrs. Alice Dodd. Only
intimate friends were invited for
this delightfully informal reun
ion of guests and Mrs. Hawley
who has: only been in Salem for
Monmouth Dean Jessica Todd
of the Oregon Normal school has
enjoyed a visit this week from
Miss Delia - Wilson of East
Stroudesburr, Pa., Miss Wilson's
sea.- - -- .
uifleriry inctuaeo various scenic
spots of Interest -la the west.
Crater Lake, Mount Fainier Na
tional park; and she started; home
via Vancouver, B. c.. Banff ,and
Lake Louise. - Dean Todd arrang
ed MTeral pleasant social affairs
for her guest, and a picnic dinner
on the lawn for faculty women
Wednesday evening at which
Miss Wilson was ' complimented. .
Miss Wilson is an instructor of
geography in a Normal school la
East Stroudesburg.' .
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Mrs. Wallace Carson will he
hostess Saturday, September i, to
members of her, sewing -clow In
compliment : to : Miss Dorothy
uvesley,. bride to be. . The af
ternoon will be informal.- sewing
and conversation being the cen
ter of attention with tea served
at tbe conclusion of the after
noon." i - ----." '
e e . e , u.'-. .
Members ef. the Baracsv-Pbll-
athea class ot the Calvary Baptist
church enjoyed 'picnic, swim.
potluck 'dinner, and bonfire, at
Rlverdale park. TueadajT evening.
August , 2 C. An Impromptu pro
gram 1 was" held around the bon
fire. ' " ; - -
Miss Vlrgjala Vahey. left Fri
day for her home fa Boston after
havlag spent the summer as the
house guest ef- Miss Charlotte
Zeiber. - -
Centralla temple iio. 11. Pyth
Un Sisters,, will meet tor Us reg
ular meeting Tuesday,' at Frater-
aai tempisv a o'clock.
a few weeks following the long
congressional term - la - Washlng-
toa, v. t;. -"-
i The Hdusewiftt Idea Box
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A Substitute fur a Steamer,-
"V.' '?". ' '--r-v-
If you have so suitable steamer ta
the preliminary cooking of your f fufc
take. use a cake tin that is some
rhat larger than Che one In -whid
f ou put your cakb Half fill It 1tl
water. Place tbe Un. with? the cab
into the water. . Place all Into you
Dven.1 Leave until the' Ust hour o
baking. Remove the under pan. Fin
Uvthohaklng. . " .
' rM'-vTHS HOUSEWD7H .
I Evening Event :
: "An attractive' bridge party , ef
the week was the one on Thurs
day evrtilng lor .which Miss Mable
Dotson . was hostess -complimenting
Miss . " . Doria Neptune,. wbo
leaves; soon for Nortb Powder.
Large baskets, of autumn "flowers
formed .a .colorful baekgeound. in
the guest; roomsl " The. autumn
color .was also . carried ' out ' In the
card accessories and tapers used
to center. the small tables at the
supper hour.- ' .
F Honors for cards went to Miss
Ruth Moore and Miss Vina' Em
mett with guest prise for Miss.
Neptune. , .' . . ." . .
Guests coming in compliment
to Miss Neptune.were Miss Hazel
Todhuntef , Misi Charlotte Hom
ing. Miss Ruth .Moore, Mrs. John
Terhune, . Miss ', Edith Welborh
Miss CStharlne:Cooaer, Misa Mar
garet Livesley, Mise Zelma Busch, .
Miss .Louise. Bryan- and -Miss "Vina
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Is Given .
Mir.'and Mrs. E. T. Barkus en
tertained Tuesday night with a 7
o'clock dinner in compliment to
Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Temple who
left Wednesday for Portland where
they will make their home. Covers
wire placed for Dr. and Mrs. Tem
ple, Misa Marie Murray, and Mr.
and Mrs. . Barkus, A gay assort
ment ot late summer flowers cen
tered the dinner table and dec
orated the guest rooms.
;Dr. and Xr. Temple have made
thejr home . In - Salem for several
years. In Portland Dr. Temple wiH
have -'charge of the -conference
claimant work of the Methodist
enarch.--- -;5--. :-
Friday Mrs. Barkus -had as her
dinner guest, Mrs. Hugh Walker.
Sr., ef Portland.
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Northern Motor Trip
Misa Josephine Albert and
Miss Genevieve Thayer accompan
ied - by Mrev Margaret Jones and
young son, ' Marquis Jones, re
turned Thursday 'from a week's
motor trip Into' British Columbia.
Seattle was visited and from
there the group took the ferry to
Victoria. where ;two days was
spent. From Victoria they drove
to Vancouver for a day. A side
trip was taken to Grouse Moun
tain near Vancouver, where , the
party stayed overnight -at Grouse
Mountain Chalet. A second tide
trip , was an '.overnight . visit at
Paradise Inn on Mt. Rainier.
State President .
TurnerMrs. W. Thiol of As
toria' who is state president : of
the Rebekah lodge, will pay an
official visit' to the local Ideal
Rebekah lodge at their next
meeting-'- Wednesday evening,
September, - All members are
urged to be present.
Mrs. Alice MeKelvey expects to
leave Tuesday for Seattle where
she will join her daughter. Miss
Merle MeKelvey, who will teach
In Seattle this year. Miss Me
Kelvey has been a member of the
Salem school system for the past
Mrs. Viola Pierce Franklin
and Miss Merle Dimlck are back
in Salem .after the .six, weeks'
spent in University of Oregon
Alaska tour. Miss Carlotta Crow
ley is expected baek this weekend.-
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Brush Creek --'Lillle JMadsen
was- the Inspiration of a picnle
supper party at the Madsen home
on. Paradise -Alley .Thursday even
ing, the occasion being her birth
day A no host supper was en
Joyed at seven O'clock. Those
oresent wefe Miss Madsen, Miss
Alice Jensen. Miss Nette . Hatte-
berg. Miss Agnes Hatteberg, Mr
and iMrs. Edwin Hatteberg, Mr.
and Mra. Victor. Madsen,-.-Alfred,
Jensen. RmbeaL Jensen. William
Hatteberg, - Harold Larson and
Henry HJortfc.e .- - . , .
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is it that so many, men- magrii-
fy the dif f icultiea of making
, wills, : creating t trusts, and
'ture of tlieir families.
ri - t Wcnshow;Lyouk..Kov,:;
. - . wiin our ncip,
i. y rirteen-minuwxaiit.wiin -
.lqurlirust. officer 'ynllt we feel :
ureKelpT to clear up the ot - " -
. ' Btacles .which Kave deterred " V.
V X'ryou from makmgyour
and arrarlmni? for the orderly?' V;T
c - and intelligent
Banner.: Events :oJiCo6rfu
I ; Program arc dilated t
A-l 5sFof,Tpday t)S
'. PENDLETON," Orei Aug. 19
(APT. In the expression "Ride
Em Cowboy," thousands ef visit
ors today voiced the true' Pendle
ton round-up " sentiment and
cheered cowboys- fand cowgirls,
clad in colorful attire character
istic of I western -rangelandVon
to further feats of daring unruly
Steers and mustangs from the.
sagebrush. '. . . ; ' .
With the rolling wheat coun
try of Umatilla county providing
a natural ampltheater, nationally
known bulldoggers, ropers, trick
riders and Just plain bronco
busters" brought a t sizeable
taste of . the vanishing : west t to
Still more x colorful ' than ' the
gay neckerchiefs an dten gallott
hau -la tbe Indian ' village ; where
more- than 1,000 Umatlllas, Wal
la Wallas and Cayuses, all decked
out In leather and feathers, have
camped. Flickering campflresat
night coupled .with ancient Indian'
rites add tbe final touch. -Sam
Will be Awarted
Although i aturday is consid
ered the banuer day because fin-,
als in all events are run off. King
Merritt, Cheyene. Wyo.,: - Dick
Merchant, Carlsbad, N. M.; Ike
Rude, Payson, Arizona; Mabel
Strickland, Burband, Cel., and a
host of other prominent in rodeo
land went info the preliminaries
with a vengeance. Saturday, the
Sam Jackson trophy, given to the
world's all-round cowboy, will be
presented permanently to a three
' Opening officially, Pendleton's
street echoed to stagecoach
wheels, the clatter of cayuse
hoofs and tbe solemn, singsong
ehant of 3,000 Indians participat
ing In the three mile long parade.
Open new Store
H.-Steinboch, proprietor of the
Capital Bargain House close to
the Willamette bridge, has leased
the seoreroom at 141 North Com
mercial which he will operate as
a branch store under the name .of
Capital Bargain and Machinery
company. Mr. Stelnboch has been
engaged In the buying and sell
ing of used goods of all kinds
tor many years.. His new store
will be for retail of second-hand
machinery, furniture, etc., leav
ing the old place, tor his bulkier
business and Junk lines.
At SPECIAL friosf
Aagmst 29 te September It
it Wis :tilft;i:
225 COCKT BZ.
ic can uc uiauc . -
settlement of X s ?
AT END OF NEW
Waving a cheery hello, Eddie
Schneider, 18-year-otd Jersey
City youth, quits - bis Cessna
monoplane en completion of Jds
reeord flight from Los Angeles,
CaL Schneider's time ef 20
hours and ttto minutes for the
eastward coast to coast trip
The Ro'ckaway Beach Water
company was charged with de
manding excessive rates for ser
vice in a complaint filed with the
Claim totaling $2,189.1 1 have been paid to Statesman subscriK
ert by the North American Accident Insurance Company; The
cost of tbis splendid protection to Statesman subscribers' is only,
$1.00 per year.
iThe following claims have been paid, without red tape:
W. S. Beaton, 548 N. 21st St., Salem, Oregon..
R. G. Stover, 355 Bellevue St, Salem, Oregon...
Mrs. Carl Burns, 975 Norway St Salem. Oregon.
Harry P. Gustafson, 975 Norway St., Salem, Oregon.:X
P. H. Bell, U. S. Bank Bldg., Salem, Oregon -
H. D. Hubbard, 116 Marion St, Salem, Oregon.
Mrs. Nina B. Mordick, Brooks, Oregon.. ... .
Mrs. H. N. Bolger,
Ella A; Harris, Brooks, Oregon.
Maxine' Graham, Route 3, Salem..:. ......
Inez Welty, 1845 Fir St, Salem, Oregon.
Harold Cook. Tigard, Oregon... .--.
Madeline N.; Giesy, Salem, ' Oregon:
J. T. Hafner, Sublimity, Oregon.
Velma E. Rowland, 2435 S. High, Salem, Oregon...
Mrs. W W. Rosebraugh, 1422 State, Salem, Oregon.
A. M. Patrick, 1165 S. High, Salem, Oregon.
Carl F. Green, 240 Marion, Salem, Oregon
Ella Edelnuin, 343 Vg
xewey a. uruntuage,
Glen W. Olmsted'
"W. E. Kyle,' Scio,'
Ira B. Bushey, 1556
Mrs. Olga G. Hoffard, 555 Commercial, Salem,
Ton and tvery menbtr of your fanily between the ages of 15 and 70 years are
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broke the late Frank Golds
borough's Junior record by 1
hour and 29 minutes. Schnei
der new holds both - Junior
records. His time for the west
ward flight is 29 hours and 21
publie service commission here
Friday by Mrs. G. W. GTay of
An engineer tor the public ser
vice commission will investigate
' . .
A Louisiana farmer has exhib
ited :a cotton stalk bearing 202
fully develop bolls.
921 N: Winter St, Salem, Oregon.
Amity, , Oregon..
N. Commercial, Salem, Oregon.
Aouie Jt, rvroosj, uregun
675 S.' 19th, Salem, Oregon.
Ferry St, Salem; Oregon.
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PORTLAND. Ore Aug. 2t.-
Angelei -aviatrtx : who holds tho ,
u ,mn. 4HithdM record. -
arrived nere last night enroute to ?
Vancouver. B. a. after narrowiy :,
escaping disaster : m s muimio .
Oregon.; -"-;;. . -r- .
a d n Kir. Alexander., was r
lost la the smoket fiUed, air some- '
hM lii tbaL Mount Shasta coun- '
try.? but ; sher.r continued - flying .
north by epa;ipjng to pics.,
up some landmarks., -Finally she,
saw a building: withv the name
"Prbspecrv painted bn . top. She
splraled down Searching .tor , a -landing
place--At an altitude of
about 4(K0 foet she felt . some-
thing brush the. wheels of her ;
plane. '. '
Tbn ika.ja the. trees immo- ,
dlately below herandL 'l ot out
of there prontow She cumoea to
J00O feet and then headed north -,
over a wilderaesa of-deep chasm's.
l Finally she found- arUroed-I
and then picked up - . beacon.
From then on she had" n trouhlo.
Miss Alexander apparently, had
Hown in the semi-darkness over
the rugged arm of the Cascade
range In southern Oregon'. It was a
her first night flight.
She said when sne rerueiea
Oakland she asked, for enough
gasoline to last seven hours. The
attendant misunderstood ner ana
put in 117 gallons. J ' .T" . .
: That'a what saved me " said.
Miss Alexander. "Otherwise. ;I .
wouldn't have been anywnere.
near Portland -: when I came ,
dOWn."' ,- - ,r' y'i .
mub a iTinHr "will a6 to Van
couver to prepare for a non-stop ;
night to San Diego; to. be .raadeo
Sunday or Monday- .:
There were" two fatalities in,.
Oregon due .to Industrial aect
Amtttm Anrlnar tbe . nasi -week." ae-;
cording to fatreport prepared by
the state inuiriw siuom v
mission ; FrVinyjS The victims,
were E. Ti,Dojoi '-. Grants Pass,
carpenter and H Jones, Chiio-t
o,uln labortffi .'. .
There were a total of 2 20 aceH
dents reported during the week. '
, . 34,00 -i
f . 60.00
tbe resalar establlaned rate. I
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