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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1915)
Sheriff Bala of Heal Property on
Notice is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution duly issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Marion anil to me di
rected on the 3rd day of September,'
JW5 upon a judgment and dceree duly
rendered, entered of retard and docket
ed in and by mi id Court on the 12th day
of August, 1U 15 in a certain suit then
in Bttid Court pending, wherein William
V. Olden, as incompetent person, by Car
rie OIkoh, his guardian, and Carrie 01-1
con was plaintiffs and I, B. Hansen j
and Jessie 1'.. Trestnul wag deiendunts
ill favor of plaintiffs u ml against said
defeDiluntn by which execution I am
commanded to sell the property in mid
exeeiitiun and hereinafter described to
pay tiin sum due the plaintiff of twenty
five hundred dollars, with interest
thereon at the rate of 0 per cent, per!
annum from tue 2Hth day of May, J II 1 4 1 nearly every one wan buying,
until paid, less the num of twenty-two One bank that offered a dollar free
.liillarB, and the further mini of two i wj,, ,.vt.ry new savings account opened
hundred fifty dollars, nttorneyii fees, ,, . jii. n,i ,,, ,i. -..
: STATE news :
Liberal Advertising On Part of
Merchants Make It Regular
Kugene, Ore., Sept. 2.1. Uollnr day
sales broke all anticipations yesterday.
Half a dozen of the largest stores an
nounced at i o'clock tonight that all
records for a tingle day'it sales had
been broken. The stores were filled
all day, and, according to the dealers,
together with the costs and disburse
men tii of said suit ut fifteen and 00-100
dollars and costs mid expenses of said
execution. T will on Saturday the Mth
day of October, 1013 at the hour of 10
o'clock a. in. of said day at the west
lKtrr of t'no county court house in
Marion county, Oregon, sell at public,
auction to the highest bidder for cash
iri hand on the day of sale, all the
right, title, interest and estiito which
said defendants and all persons claim-
nig under them subseiueut to the 2 H t li
day of Mjiv, 1012 in', or and to said
counts opened ran into lurge sums of
money. Depositors were in line all dny
lung, unil two tellers and one assist
ant were busy taking their money.
Dollar day was so successful that it
will probably be repeated in Kugene.
Thousands of persons came from the
country, as ou circus day, and the
streets and stores mvtc. crowded all
day. It wus the biggest carniviil ever
Kugene men limits lust night carried
1M pages of nearly solid advertising, an
Pendleton Kast Orrgouiaa: After;
lying for four years in a suck of bur-;
ley stored in this city, a costly wedding
ring, ownership unknown, was found j
Thursday by John Q. Peebler. ware-
house man at the Furnish warehouse,!
while resacking the bnrfcy. The ring;
bears the inscription from "Floyd to
Cora." The barley had been stored in
the warehouse for four years, and, while
resacking it Mr. Feebler 'a eye detect
ed something bright go from one sack
to another, and, investigating, found
the ring. It is octabonal in shape and
is inlaid. Mr. Peebler has no means of
knowing to whom the ring belongs.
That cast is east and coast is coast
meterologically is the contention of
the Forest drove News Times, which
goes on to say: "Excellent rains vis
ited this locality the past week. On
Friday and Saturday the downpour
wus accompanied by considerable
lightning and thunder, something un
usual for this community. In fact, it
is very seldom that we have any thun
der or lightning and when we have a
little demonstration like that of last
week thot the average easterner would
scarcely pause to listen to, the older
Oregonians in fright hunt for the places
premises hereinbefore, mentioned mid nouncing Dollar (lay bargains in the
described in said execution as follows
to-wit: Tho west thirty (80) acres of
thn following described property to be
act off by a lino drawn parallel with
the west line thereof snid entire tract
being described as follows: llegianing
at a slime on the east lino of tho Do
nation l.nn'd Claim of John Stipp and
Wife, in T. H H., 1. 2 West of the Wil
lamette Meridian, in nMrinn Count v,
Oregon, said stone being .'12.70 chains
nor I a of the Smith east corner or snid
claim; thence north HIJ degrees and .'10
minutes west 15.75 chains In a stone in
tho middle of tho Salem and Maeleay
county road, thence north H.'l degrees
mid 15 minutes west 11. HO chains to a
s to n'e at an a.iglc in said road, thence
south Hll degrees west. I.'l.2.r chains to
the west line of tho Stipp ebiiin at a
point where its west line crosses the
middle of the said Snlein and Mneleay
road; t hence ninth M.l.'l chains; thence
east 00 chains to the east line of said
Stipp claim; thence south in. 1(1 chains
to the place of beginning.
Said salo beim? made subject to re
demption in the inuiiii'ir provided by
Hated this 7tii dnv of September,
Sheriff of Marlon County, Or.,
By W. I, Needhuni, Deputy. ' Oct. 7.
Notice to Prosont Claims.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, by an 'unler of the County
Court of Marina County, Oregon, has
been appointed Kxncuttir of the estate
of (leorgo Whilnlior, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the estate of
(leecedelit me rcipii red to present, them
within 0 months from the date if this
notice, duly verified to the undersigned
at the law office of John II. .McS'ur.y
and Charles I.. Mc.N'nry In United
States bank building, Siilein, Oregon.
Dated tilis Oth dnv of September,
Executor of the estate of tleorgn
Wbilnkor, (Incensed. Oct 7.
Bend Bulletin: "How's business 7"
That was the banal question asked
this week of mure than a score of Bend
merchants. It was asked in a curaory.
Kugene Uiiard. Monday's Guard carried manner so that these merehuiits would
In the Circuit Court of the Stats of
Oregon for Marlon County.
Jay Howeruinu iind Wayfu Bower
mini, plaint il ls, vs. Naomi 1 Del.uug,
To Naomi 1,. Dvl.olig, defendant. In
the name of the slnte of Oregon: You
are hereby ciiiiiuinniled and reipiired to
li) pageB of Dollar day advertising, and
that published Saturday carried 20
The Morning Register also curried a
great ileal of extra advertising. It was i better.
due to this liberality of advertising no shoulder.
doubt that the Dollur day plans were
Dollar day marked the opening of
the I.nne county fair, and marked the
greatest first dav in the history of the
fair. As lust year the grand and school
exhibits form the chief features of thel
not suspect that it was premeditated
To this interrogation came no hesitat-1
ing replies. All grades up from "good,":
"looking up," "rushing" to "never
All were ntraight from tue
and there were no reticent,;
uncertain quibblings wheu spoken. !
Medford Mail-Tribune: Indian sum
mer weather prevails over the Kogue
River valley today with bright sun
shine and hardly a breath of air stir
ring, (..rouse, quail mid deer are plen
fair. t i fill in the mountain districts, but
Practically every school in the county, I most of the hunters are waiting for a
representing thousands of school chil-! heavy rain before going to the wilds. A
ilren, are taking part, the largest iiuin
ber ever competing at a similar event
in the county.
few more chilly nights and tho leaves
will begin to fall rapidly.
Silver Lake Lender: On September j
0, while raking hay on the I'K beach'
lands a coyote enmo upon the scene!
which tried to bite one of the mules j
drivon by Mr. Aldrieh. The other hay i
,r . .. . . haulers, noticing the conflict, came to1
Your money back if you want it iB;tl,,, .., j, stubbed i
the way in which Daniel J. Fry, tho
popular druggist, is selling Mio-nn, tho
great dyspepsia remedy.
This is an unusual plan, but Miona
has so much merit and ia so almost in
variably successful In relieving nil
forum of indigestion that ho ran but
little risk in selling under a guarantee
of this kind.
Do not bo miserable or mnko your
friends mlsernblo with your dyspepsia.
Mio na will help you. If it doesn't,
tell Daniel J, Fry that you want your
money back and ho will cheerfully ro
A change for tho belter will bo seen
the aninial with his pitchfork, killing
him. The coyote proved to be affected
with tho rabies.
Tho Stnnfiled Standard has retired
from the field of journalism as the
Stnnfield Standard. It will henceforth
appear in lurger form, in n new dress,
and under the title tho Oregon Op
timist. There is to be no change of
"Baker capitalists," iuIvIsob the
Democrat, "would do well to put their
money into modem buugulows. Tho
.1..... 1 f..r ,.i..u.. i ..... ,.nn.
....... no rust icw ..uses ,)r Mi-o-na anui fl. hl vxvl,m v( th(, , -U1U,
its continued use will soon start von : ..1...1. '.....'
, , . , ,, , , 11 IB iiiiiiiiuiiv v.uiir-i v ti 1 1 ii n mi v mill
on the road to perfect digestion d' 60 mi!re sueh dwellingH could lie rented
'"'mV.',",' fr , I i" Bj'Kcr today nt monthly rentals from
..... ... ..,. ,, ,,, ,.. to ,,
.vr.ni, i iiih, ail.'iy l,U IS BO UllUCr O
positive guarantee to refund tho money
if It does not relievo. What fairer
proposition could bo made.
Daniel J. Fry gives his
LISTEN! Mr. PIANO BUYER
If you ever heard of a real bargain in your whole life we have
it.. A beautiful upright piano either in Mahogany or Oak finish,
that we are selling for $178.00. This instrument is the very best
ever offered in this valley for such a low price; it is fully war
ranted for a term of ten years and has a full rich tone; if it
was not for our establishment here in Salem, you would have to
pay $275 and maybe $300 for a piano of this grade. See them at
once as we only have a few at these prices.
A PIANO FOR EVERY PREFERENCE AND EVERY PURSE
Smith and Barnes Pianos, both in the regular and player pianos, are noted for nobility and individuality
of tone, beauty and distinction of case designs, workmanship and materials that guarantee the utmost,
And are sold at a very moderate price and on very convenient terms, by the Valley Music House. Time
has shown the Smith and Barnes line of instruments to meet all requirements and surpass expectations.
THE PROOF OF VALUE, when any concern wins great success in its particular line, it is reasonable
to believe that its methods and the value represented in its product are far above the average. The rapid
growth of the Smith and Barnes piano factories and the enormous out put is an excellent standard by which
the public can judge.
Illustrated catalogue and special information on request, write today.
OR IF YOU COME TO THE FAIR
BE SURE to visit the Valley Music House, the store of many bargains in beautiful new and up to date
pianos, player pianos and Baby grand pianos.
Be sure to see our lineof slightly used pianos, we also have some good second hand Organs, such makes as
the Esty that we are selling for less than half their original cost
' You will find in this store over a dozen different makes of high grade pianos to select from.
Our used piano stock can't be excelled pianos like brand new, the $300 kind ranging in price from $138
and up; come in today, don't delay as they are going fast; three regular pianos were sold by the Valley
Music House yesterday. This goes to show thatjthe people believe in our method of doing business our
prices, are the lowest and our terms are very reasonable. '
To out of town customers we will pay your railroad fare to and from Salem, if you buy your piano of us '
and deliver your piano at any point in Oregon. ... . '
REMEMBER OUR PRICES ARE LOW AND OUR TERMS ARE EASY.
264 N. Commercial St., next door to Fullertons.
C. F. HULL, Manager.
Jefferson County i-farchlight: Dr.
B. K. I.ench nnd wife, former editor
and liHMiicinte editor nf flic Searrliliirlit.
personal i,.r, i,,.,.i r'.,i;c,,,,; , ;:,
guarantee of "money back if you waat ttirntU ,,d relatives, and also to look
,. ..mi t-,i-ir nun in ii i-i... il ...i.t. nn 1
Bells. A guarantee like this speaks
volumes for the merit of the remedy.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
to the complaint filed by the plaintiff
in tnu ntiove entitled court ami cause,
ou or before October II, WIS, nnd If
ymi fail so to do the plaintiff will tip
ply to tho court for the relief demand
ed against you, which is fur a decree of
this court burring and forever foreclos
ing all of the right, title, and interest
of (he defendant in mid to those certain
premises in Million county, Oregon,
nnd each and every part Iind parcel
thereof, described as follows:
Klghteen (18) tieres or land from the
twenty (20) acre field nnd sixteen (1(1)
nere field immediately east ut and
parallel to the ten (Iti) acres of land
which the said .1. 1,. Kmltli agreed to
convey to one Katlierino Dick, the said
twenty acre field being in tho north
west corner of tho farm of said .1. 1..
Smith situated in Section Six, Town-
shlii Hi South of ltiinge Two, West of
Willamette Meridian, .Marion
r OREGON NEWS TODAY 'i
MARCONI ON FIRING LINE AS HEAD OF WIRELESS DEPARTMENT
As proof of the extreme siilubrity
prevailing at and about Joseph, the
Herald avers that there has not beea
a d"nth in that terrane for six months,
anil Unit " I ndertnker Kesch is lici'in
appear and answer or otherwise plead .lersiKne, will receive scale I I ids i.1 V ' i 1 . , T ".
to the ...lalnt filed bv tho ..In n.itf to a It .. . m 1. . ,. '" i '" '".lai about his hard luck."
to n oc'lock p. m. Monday, October I,
into, lor tin' construction of a cement j
sidew alk on the west side of Liberty
street between (hill and Leslie Streets.'
The iluhl Is hereby reset veil to reject!
any ami all bids in the interest of the5
i-K V. I
I'll AS. V. KI.OIN, !
HOW ANY WOMAN CAN
REMOVE HAIRY GROWTHS
It is nut longer necessary tor n wo
man to isit u beauty specialist to have
superfluous hairs removed, for, with the
aid of a plain delntoiie paste, she
Charged Witn Arson.
l'ortlaijd, Ore., Sept.' 2.1 Four men j
nre under indictment oy the frrnnd jury i
today in connection with the alleged
operations of an "arson trust." They ;
are Mordie Kceney, formerly a city fire '
department lieutenant; (ieorgc W. ;
Woolette, a plumber; William Stewart,
and a man whose name is held secret
pending arrest. I
Woolette and Stewart are said tn
have confessed, implicating Keeney nnd j
j Kighl I'm t ttii.il fires nre declared to
have been started by the alleged arson- '.
jists, but District Attorney Kvana is
j positive there were- manv more than '
Ten confessions have ueen secured, it
Magnesia in every ease nf hyperacidity , is said, involving L't) persona in the nper- i
(sour acid stomach) that comes to me."i atious of the "arson trust" which be-1
A teaspnoiifiil in u fourth of a glass of ; gun 1(1 years ago. Not only were fires
hot water usually gives INSTANT UK- started in many purts of Oregon, but i
l,li:i''. Sold by all druggists in either California us well, it ia alleged. J
powder or tablet form at BO cents peri .
"little. tm : Dollar Pay a Success. j
fiat tab nnvAir nvATrn i l'oi-tlund, Ore., (sept. 23. This is
DALLAS BREAK HEALED "Dollar duv" in IWIm.d nnd I,-,.,,,;..
-!.... ! It.. 11.... 1 i . . " "
i 'ii i ins. 'ir,, it 'i , .. i IH I ' 11 II n II II IITC rH
A well-known medical writer says: j
'1 nlwnvs liist prescribe Disunited i
Were In n rriwivv ..) .I..K..I..
can. :t i ....i .. I .. .... ' '"V ' ""!(,".
Cony i' l"-'v?r.v of her own home, , - , V. ' "" " J": O " " ' ?L .'T" 1 '
Oregon. And also one (I) acre of ,im. ; ... horn growtt, In very fewi , fi ,,,, fll,,flll I " i 'f,, ' ""'"V '"n
bered land lying south of the sixteen "muiiics , e paste ,s mane l.y mixing . , A . ' T,il( ',, , "" " I
I V1 I f i l S!
acre field and running- to the creek j 10 H.H,,,,'r wi,l 'Olo powdered delu J hl(1 tta. llf.(,,,t ,jB11,
tins iicium eil that r)(Ml.(Mill umilil l. -..,..,( I...
i - ..i i .i.... .... . . v .
Im..i.',li.il..lv ...i.l nf 1 1,.. .,., i.!..l, tone. I his s until en to I he Imii. i.i.,l i ., , ' ' r " V "". .oners iiun, tine to ine reduc
....... .... . . ..... ,, - ,,, nuiig over ine reiaiions iieiween (lie au- tuins in the oiire i,i .niiiw,l!iii. .,tr..
he sa,l J.I.. Simlh ,. greed to convey j r in i uu tes ren.oyed and the (,ni,.( ,, .,, m , . . ' ' ' '"f ", T
to said Katherine Mick. The said tetu"ki" waihed, when it will be left clear
ecro tract referred to nad the one acre ; nill hairless. He sure yon buy real dela-
tract referred to being adjoining the , '"a'1.
aaid Knthel'iue Hick tract and immedi-1 "L, " ' " "L""" -
ntely east thereof. j undorBigned at the office of S. M. Kn-
And rnucelliiitf ami deebirinir vnlil ; olMl Snlem Hank of Commerce
that certain contract made and entered
into tin Miiri-li 11 Hill l.v I I K,,,;il.
With Naomi 1.. lli.l.eni. mid r, nt.,,1 In
the lieed Kecords of Miirlon County, AXX V'STKS. Administratrix
t.rvgon, in neoa - - i i - - til l uge O'Ji
thereof, and decreeing the plaintiffs to1
bo the owners in fee simple of said
Itlregory was re elected without opposi 1 them.
Ition at the general election held Inst The idea of having n "Ilollar dav'
I April, ami assumed the duties of his ; originated with the chamber of cort
j office in May. lie took his oath of of nierce.
fico ns reipiired bv the charter, but! ,
V--, ; N i- 'm I
l' 5i 5 j?' '
lliiilding, Salem, Oregon. I fHlU''1 10 uw ,1,K approved lioiul. j
Hated thin L'n.l ttnv .f s,.i..,l.n, Ker sonie time there lime been strain-!
, -W I, II.IM'II. VAICIII. I'l'll.l'l'll lll- IIIIVM-
' tor's office nnd the major, nod Mayor j
I Kirkpntiiek insisted that Cnegory file
, lti bond or else vacate office. The
' matter was brouehr to n head ut the
i'w i m, i... 111-1. in ii'ii minim' ill Biiiti ........ ---
Premises free and clear of all rial... nf1 . lv,."" hereby given that tho un-1 meeting of the council.
l. .if.,.,.i....t ....i r. .....i. ...i i:crsig I nnministrnti'lx or the ast
further relief a. the court n.av doom '' '''d tet,m.nt of arildn Miller has
meet and eiuitable in the premises. I '''"d her final account in the County
Thi. summons is served upon von l.vi !,m'rt "f M"r""' ( """'.v. Oregon mid
Miblicalion In the llsilv Ci.i..ll .1..i,r.,'l h' m ' 'of nettlement ou the
for B piilml of six consecutive week)
(seven' lssues, beginning with the Issue
of September Snd, ItMft, nnd ending
with the issue of October Htli, 11115.
by virtue of un order duly made, rend
tfred and entered in the above entitled
rourl and cause by the Honorable Wil
liam M. Itushev, County Judge of Ma
rlon Comity, Oiegon.
Haled Se'ptcnihi.r 1st, 111 I ft.
M'l.TON IIOWKHM AN,
Attorncvs for l'lalntiffs
Notice Is lieivby given that the un
derslgoed by order of the County
Court of Marlon County, Oregon, has
lioeu appointed as Administratrix of the
state of Alden C, listes, derensed, All
persons having claims against such ci
late are reipiired to present tlieio with
In six mentlis from the date of this
notice, with the proper toucher to the'Oct.
IMh day of October, nt ten n. in.
Any objections that may be filed
against snid neeount may be heard at
iul time and place.
Hated this I ltd day of September, I
0.1. U. MAM IK M. II VYHKX,
Notice is hereby given thai the un
dersigned executor of the lat will and
t.udnment of I sura Chambers, deceased,
has filed his final account in the Coun
ty Court of Mariou County, Oregon,
and the same is set for eettlenient on
the ISth day of October, at 10 n. u.
Any objections that may be filed
agitiast said account may be heard a
said time and place.
Hated this Hth tiny of September,
II. JOHN' II. McXARY.
Fire Victim Dies.
The Dalles, Ore., Sept, 2.'l. Terribly , t,or,'
burned in the Masonic Temple fire.hol.lt'
""' ' " f-'',ooo yesterday. Therefore, the
.-. ... , ,.,, iiM.iy. n iison was anil its friends In thi.
janitor ot the building. Austin Kox.ithey ask us t ste the e,, f.Ii. . r
i ae eievator lu.v, the second victim of, war snimli.'. ..... ,.i .'. V"
i. in ...; ii.:.. "i.ll ' ',.. ""'l " 9 clioose
...i. ......inn.., nnunciti ru n
ii'i:'r arrow. H'.t aha.it to llnVA nn int.. .f 1 . . ...
'"'' of his ,r,, ,Vlk : ,, , .... 'napecnon ot wireless stations. .
knows liuit llerr
statement is true,
MRS. BAKER EX-CONVICT
Rnc Horse Injuret Mauy.
I nuby. Ore., Sept. Slfc Six
are sutfering from painful injuri
(lay as the result of it iscs horse tbish-
liriitiit iit ici. i no nu it
' .. . ' 'H'M'I I I . '
jiuisinesa conditioiis. Thev nsk . ... found in h
place of the
Spt. 22. Wit), n...
Willi n... ut . . .
in -. looming l,nus o M 3 ' h,
identified us ilarv CI. w"' 'l niK"t
. ' '.' in ex-con.
I-..1.III.' 1-11 1 1 11 .nu
r room declared to h,. :
DISCOVERY ENABLES ANY
ONE TO HAVE CURLY HAIR
i ,...... ,...i. .... . . - i"
.-. n .i.tiif Hll.t-ll w II. lot, I. i lit HUT ...r,,,... w....
.X". l M (ier,.,a:,v i ,": " 7 ' i tor nin ., " '
iui.it. I,.-,.. i ... .. .' -- iii-i-i, ,
engaged in time
Cigarette fifteen yer gn
or imokrn of
..... .... ....,, lt ,n,-w mil, tilts. I- ,.,, l t. .. . ' "", TIO I-
mg into a crowd of spectators from the , " ';.'h W;?"M "'"' ''own ou
track at the Canby fair grounds. All "l . eh n """'!'' iu '
of the injured w ill recover. ! '"j ,'" "s ''T" fi"KI,"i:'1
;""' I" place ot bosiuess iiuurove
i in en t
"... ... ....p. re whether liernianv
Austria would do ns im-h f r '
ini-r any naiion tmeht to be
l siicii a thine.
THE GERMAN VIEW.
tl'oos Uv llmlv ltis-nnl
In' Ine newspaper revelations of the
.-..r.vs.on.ience ut t.erinaii agents in led to
ills fo.lli.rv tv. h hA ....... .uu ............ ...
... . ;L "" ""'?" ' ir. is safe to sav thut .1,.. .
...-..., itu.i ine nriivities o( tlie liermau man biisiiieHs ti.,..'i . , i V ' "''' cause
secret service, we fin.l .h f.,lln,itf . ."M' 1,1 his secret
passage from llerr von Wavtxol.lt, tier-1 " ""' "
,i..ii irane representative in the I'nitcd
States, in a letter to his government:
"The large wur oijers, as the pro
I fessioiial journals also lirint, have be
icoiue the great means l sav ing Aineri
enn basinets institution from idleness
,an.l financial ruin. This is not onlv
Quite accidentally snne one made tho
discovery that, the upplicntion of ordin
ary liquid :,ilmcrin w-ould actuallv turn
'C mystery surrounding the ,,,... "Hnight hair curly and wavy in a few
.......o, . uo i. mi nor rrieniis ju'""" '
who in turn told others and now tiious-
.ir-.la nM . i .". . 1 I... lti.
of t.nv women nave neneureii in "
. infuriiiiitiini Tli. i.,. harm-
two years ag, ,v,en she ws 1 "fT"" )f method, and the wi.v
a term tor grnnd lri.nv w rv,"B ; the hair dries in such pretty curlB and
llete. lives were ei.iiii.'i .. crinkles, will anneal to anv one who
the woman xv,.- .... " " "' u",nv that, tries it.
war. tt.,.1 '.I,.. : clear tl ' ."lx'cte,l to
1 ' 1 1 WITH t i....
good dull. It
expect- knowledge f :.... . , " "'"", The favorite wnv i. l .in.dv the sil-
the fear of h..r .1 '.. . " anil inerme witii n clean tooth brush heloro
. . "
true of the average nn.l smaller insti
'tulioi., but alv nf Ihn I ruer onin
I r.verv 1'ii.uae.s
would retiring. The elfe..i ........ arising i
j'luile surpriiing, the cnrliness having
io"'h a nn tn ml i.i. ...... n'..n mi, I Hie hair
Scnnter I.ewl. ' I'iMiik so brioht nn.l t, Inrtieu'
niriv w.ii li,,. i, ,,,.-.:,,, .i t.v tie
:""K nfad. Seeretarv
"HlItll(l t.T lltlltu If .l.llfMIll- . ' " '1T tl ' MH IHH l IF,.
UIICI' ' ' 'lit. n ii'vii'.'pi
.,., wnicn, impi.ily. can now be m-
to hi. . J a lupiid siliiioriuo whicn can
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UMi.es l ;: """" 1,0 official
and iotelligcnt 1J
mucn irom th. .. . . ""n'-ies i imcs: lias invuw.j
r. i here seen the Mpret of Albnuiat