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THIETT -NINTH YEAR.
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916
PRICE TWO CENTS "SS'W .
AVERAGE OF SALEM'S
' The following statistics on the baseball situation include the last two games
in addition to t be recent record issued by the headquarters of the league in !
Portland: ' i
0 A.B. K. H. I'ct. P.O. A. K Pet.
Wilson 0 20 4 7 .350 7 7 1 .!).!;!
Adams i 16 3 5 .312 4 0 0 1.000!
Miller 2. 7 2 2 .285 0 5 3 .0251
Colo 1 3 0 0 .000 1 3 0 l.niiO
Hauser 5 15 0 3 .200 44 5 I .!K0
Humphreys 5 18 3 4 .222 13 2 .017 1
Seniour .'. 3 13 3 1 .077 3 3 1 .S.'O J
Barhnm ..4 15 3 2 .133 4 13 u l.miO
Miekel 4 13 1 2 .154 4 0 1 .S00
Bell 4 15 1 1 .00(3 I 3 0 1.0(10
.(ones 8 25 5 3 .120 40 3 5 .008
dill K 5 0 0 .000 22 - 0 It 1.000 '
Proctor 1 4 1 2 .500 1 0 0 1.000 j
Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standing
S.ilt Lake 22 27
Portland : 10 27
Inland 21 3!)
At Los Angeles I.os Angeles 2,
At Oakland San Francisco 4, Oak
la ml 0.
At Salt Lake Salt Lake 0, Vernon
W. L. Pit.
22 1 5 .505
21 10 .508
21 18 .538
18 20 .174
21 23 .477
19 22 .403
19 24 .412
20 17 -.005
21 10 .000
22 Hi .579
22 19 .55(1
IS 21 .402
1H 23 .439
15 24 .3H5
15 25 .375
New York .....
St. Louis 15
Frank Chance engineered a perfect
double steal that caused Los Angeles
to beat .Portland two to one.
Pert Hall had
Vernon and Salt
The Bees massacred Ellis Johnson in
Oakland received its usual beating
the Seals hitting consistently, play
ing errorless ball and being aided by a
brace of Oaklandish boots.
Sammy Beer essayed to he.ive for the
fbiks and the official scorer said:
"v harge defeat to Beer," well, well.
At this hour southern fans have a
right to become chesty, with Vernon
and jjos Angeles one two in ... F. C
1.. standing. But if the Seals could
only play Oakland all the year round
lie penn.uit might fly in San Frun
..Weilrunn, of the Browns, had his jinx
igu working on the Indians, lie hold
Cleveland to six hits and one run lif
ter his pals clinched the game in the
first with two runs.
The Indians dropped back to second
The Giants lost their first game on
thieir home grounds since they started
their spectacular winning streak.
Hal Chase stole home in the thir-te-entb,
white Merkle held the bull.
The Dodgers seem to lie losing witii
i-rrul.irity. The Pirates bunched hits
0ii the Brook'.ynites in two innings and
won five to two.
Ninth inning rallies gave the Cubs
and Cardinals the long end of toe
woie in game? with Boston and Phila
delphia. APPLIES TOR PATENT.
J. E. Van l.ydegraf lias invented an
lidjustible window shade fixture which
promises to be a convenient article fo
ho home and office. Mr. Van made
application for a patent this week, anii
w soon as the patent is granted will
urn them out for the market. The ar
ticle, he says enn be manufactured to
at retail for about fifty cents. It
i so arrange! that the curtain can be
( Aered from the top without drawing I
it uown, tmis letting lignt into xne
ri o:u and at the same time cover a por
tion of the window to suit the recjuirp
no nta of the occupants. It inn tilso ne
i" il fur a bee curtain hai.g'r. Siivei
Y enn -:;ve vou
: g- tet our .r:ci
GOVERNMENT OPENS 33.
000 ACRES ARKANSAS LAND.
Little Rock, Ark., June 3.
The I'nited States land office
today t'ileil plots for 33, OIK) acres
of land in the Pig Lake section
of Mississippi county. Many
filings for this land were ex
pected today. Pour thousand
acres of this land have been
set aside as a bird reserve by
President Wilson's proclama
' PERRYDALE TEAM CHAMPIONS.
! r '
Sheridan went down to defeat on
I their home grounds in the fourteenth
inning Tuesday w ith a score of 3 to 2
in tavor of rerryilnle. Pcrrydale now
claims the championship in base ball
for these parts, . having won every
game they luive played this wensou.
Among the tewns defeated are Sheri
dan, Falls City, Independence, Riokre
all, West Salem, -McCoy, liuena Vista,
and Hallston. Polk County Itemizer.
SOME HUBBARD ITEMS.
Mr. and Mrs. Thayer spent Monday
Whity school has its closoing exer
cises Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs (i. B. Dimik o'f Oregon
City spent Tuesday in Hubbard.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hersc.hbergrfr
spent last Friday and Saturday visit -
mg home folk.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ledtke and
children of Portland were visiting Mr.
and .Mrs. It. Ledtke Monday.
ifrs. Amy Barber of Metzger visited
Mrs. Edith Nendel last week. .She is
now visiting other relulives.
Little Helen Knight has so far re
covered from her operation as to enjoy
ride about the yard in i.er little cart.
Mrs. Ceo. Taylor of Silvertnn is tha
Sliest of her daughter, Mrs, Sherwin
Mr. and Mrs. J. Zeek went to Canby
Tuesday to spend the week with their
daughter Mrs. Phelps.
Miss Cecil Buchanan and Lester
White, formerly of Hubbard, but now
n..-n...i .. .. . . .
.vlrs. V. 8. Hurst and Miss Ruth of
Portland, spent Sunday in Hubbard the
guests of iliss Ida Christen.
Mrs. Matilda Rogers returned from
Portland Saturday evening after three
weeks pleasantly spent with friends.
Miss Lois Beebe and Miss Sadie
Richards, of Woodhurn, spent Tuesday
in Hubbard the guests of Miss Frances
Miss Helen Phillips of Forest firove
evenniL' and wi II bp
.... h... ,u , nmici Aim. u. ogoi
luring the summer
J. ( . Moomaw chairman of tho Hub-
bard board of education held eighth
grade examinations Thursday an,! Frl-
ny of this week. Eight took thf ex-
amination. . i
Mr. (lay Weaver entertained a few
of his friends at the Weaver home last
Tuesday evening in honor of his cousin
Miss Lois Beebe of Woodbiini. Bnneinjr
and cards were the main pasltime ol
the evening. The guests were: Misses
Lois Beebe, Mae ami Unby Crittenden,
Merl Dimick. Ruth Calvert. France
Weaver, Messrs Barley Dimick, I'rsuls
Wolfcr, Harry ami "Curler" Bennett..
CNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HOLD BIO SESSION
... .. ...v ,,,,., S r,, ,,, i .,
f Independence, visited Marniion lodge
nv ., .,I,f II. T ir t
or Dallas, over 40 strong and brought
iix candidates for the rank of Knight.
Dallas had two for the rank of E.-quire
and the evening was taken up with
work in these two degrees. At a late
hour a cafeteria luncheon as served
and Kith the eating there eie niimer
Oils gos spe'rhe.
Marniion lodge welcome these visits
from Homer and other lodges in this
vicinity and enjoys returning them. By
sin h friendly meetings rm.ch is accomp
lished in the way of closer bonds of
f: i i: : !'i; bewee!i towns.
MarniioM i.se.l -lo-ir roc,
paraphernalia. whi-h we
r l a.'d f,.r tl'.e r;)st ti
n'Jit iV'l, Cm: lit v Jt-u-i,-
Amateur Baseball Teams.
All amateur baseball teams
of xliis section will be given
space to punish their chtil-
lenge8 and notices of games if
$ the manager sends notice to
tne Capital Journal on Thurc
jf. day for .e Saturday sport Eec-
tion. vVriteups or games will
be published if sent in any time
jjc during the week. Address your
letters to Sporting Editor Cap-
1 ; sj
Half Million Germans to j
Salute Flag Made of j
2,090 American Giiis ;
New York, June 3. To deinonst 'ate '
their patriotism 500,000 (lofnian and i
Austro-llungarian Americans and their;
friends will go to Sheephead Hay!
Speedway, tomorrow and salute a gi-;
gantic American flag composed of :
2,()iH girls attired in the national colors.
The event is under the auspices of
the American Liberty Day Committee
and, is intended to impress the country
with the love these citizens of foreign
birth have for the flag and the welfare
of the t'nit,fl( States.
There will be exhibitions by turners
and muss calisthenics of 3.000 men and
women members of the clubs in the
North American Turner Bund and
chorus singing by 10,0110 children of
A, special program of daylight fire
works is listed, and a parade with
floats will illustrate a number of g.'eat
examples of Hermans who, from Revolu
tionary davs have heeu of great im
portance, in shaping the course of
THE EDITOR'S REWARD
The editor died anil went to heaven,
Hut stood outside the gatttj
Because he hadiit' the nerve to knock,
And thought that he would wait,
Till same other mortals came along;
He'd then see what they do,
And if they entered the pearly gate
He thought he might slip through.
He watched the vast procession pass v
Up to the portals wide;
While Peter told some thev were, on too
And others he took inside.
! The editor, wearv of waiting so long,
Finally got in"line,
To see if Peter would accept him then,
1 Or would " with thanks " decline
He heard the sweet voiced anirols sine.
His eyes filled to the brim.
Ui: shivered and shook in agony,
Knowing his chances slim.
"Aha!" said Peter, "an editor here?"
(He laughed with pure delight)
"Why, certainly, yon may come right
For nil you did was write."
Coopersville ( Ibserver.
MILL CREEK ITEMS
fCnpital Journal Special Service.)
Mill Creek, Ore., June 3. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Molett returned to her home near
.-iiiver i reeK on Wednesday, utter
: -moi; icimncs
near 1 inner
The ladies of Turner W. C. T. 1'. are
invited to attend a picnic given by the
Pleasant View union on June 7." An
interesting program is being prepared.
The Parent-Teacher association met
Friday afternoon in their last school
year meeting. Matters of graduating
exercises, and arranging for a picnic
The Miyses Elsie and Essie Ktrang:
of Portland; P. J. Darby and family
also .Mrs. A. E. Feller, of Y
the home of
1 silent n,..ni-iitin
.ii is. nan Ostium
j The furm house on Mr. Livcsb v'.
, farm, formerly known as the Bloier
farm, was burned on Thursday nielit
Mr 1.iv.l,,v ..... i ii... .:'
' it burned.
WOOL MEN ORGANIZE.
A well attended meeting of uool
growers was held in this city Saturday
afternoon for the purpose of banding
themselves together in the sale of their
wool products. There were about
forty present and tin' meeting was held
in the (lood Templars hall on First
street. The place of meeting could not
be announced in our last issue as at
that time no place had been determined
A. committee composed of Maiio.i
Palmer, ( has. Hnrtimin. W. I Emery.
i a. i . r.oir anu iten lyeiser er
to look after the business and
A. (.. Eolf and Ben Keiser were iianud
lection of a time for holding the sale.
The plan is to bum h nil the flcce
possible and hold nn auction ale for
At the time of the meeting S.'Oii
fleece had been y oole. I and by the time
the sale takes place it is expe. ted there
will be between eight and ten thousand
fleece in the t.ool.
Representatives from all parts of the
county were present. The ale will take
place on the 10th of this month. Sil
! Tf vo-i em'nv rending the Journal no-
c.i.incrtlt-.- vim i!l tie !!"nr.l tit -rJ
it r.."i'p-,r--r.'ilc t.ri th rtr
tit vn.-r 1 .or.
IX -i v nil II
i n r orn 1 1 1 uirTiim X
I APPEARS FOR FIRST :
t TIME THIS SEASON I
Salem and Bah Beavers to
Battle for Baseball Honors
The bright sunshiny weather iias
wnrnied the cockles of the heart of the
bnsehUl bug nf even the most luke
warm enthusiasm and all indications
point to a record breaking crowd at
tomorrow's game between the B.iby
Beavers and the Salem team in ,ne in
tercity league at the .lerman Park.
With real baseball weather and two
real teams nothing can prevent a first
class contest but an o.irtlupiake in the
middle of the diamond and tiie weath
erman has handed out all kinds of
weather this spring but never a word
has he said about earthquakes.
The "Baby Beavers, under the tuta
lage of Ked Rupert, .ire rated as one of
the strongest teams in the inter-city
league. Tire Baby Beavers appeared
in the opener in Salem and were beat
en -by the Lo.jus. liupert U determined
to break even with Salem in this
game and has plugged up several leaks
in his lineup for the coining contest.
SaJem is still sawing wood and working
h.inl to he in shape for the game and
the promises of a hot game and a hot
day will undoubtedly be fulfilled.
Mnnnger Otto Kletl has signed
"I'utch" Tasto for the Senators as
soon as school is out and with the ad
dition of Keen and Keinhart the Sa
lem team will have speed to burn, and
plenty of pepper. Cole will twirl to
morrow iml llauser (will officiate be
hind the bat' Admits" V ill be bai-K at
his old station in the middle field
Wilson will again be seen at third. The
remainder of the lineup will be the
same as ill the decoration dav game.
The hotel patron hurl waited fully an
mour for u very slow waiter to serve
. ".Now, brother," he said to the wait
AA1ERICAN BARITONE'S "HOBBY"
IS GOLF AND HUNTING
Burt McKinnie of International Operatic Company
Holder of Many Cups and Trophies
r y- i
I "- - - j. - c- ' &
1 F ' ' - ' :
w -. -Mm
i L ' 'A C.
I" -i-iMrt-rrr -"!" fi" " "iM r.i-r- .' .m'.:..t.: 1
a re. put Interview Burt MrKliinle. the American bariti'iie, said: "Tliey
say that (very artist must have teuipeiaiiient to suc.ee.1. but I .In not
think I hnve no. v. Mine Is mostly 'hobby.' I ..ve to lisb an. I bunt, mid,
must of all, l like to play golf. I have played in a number of t.niriinmcnis
throughout the I'nited States, il ml I enjoy myself as mm Ii as ll.otij.li I am ou
the pliitfoni) sinking. Above ull, singing Is my 'hobby,' and I don't think I
' bow any temperament In my appearanee uuy where."
Mr. M. Kiniiif is singing Ibis year with the International Operatic, ('oiii
pan.y. will, b gives two concerts at Cbiiutaiiiiin. He Is the bolder of about llf
' ' ' I ' .v .1 tfipl.iex Iti'-en at irolf toiirnincnts nnd l one of the ehainpliniH
. ! li.c -o .t, '1!. palt of tin 1'nltoil Siale-i.
SLAUGHTER OT CHANTI
CLEER BRINGS GRIEF.
Hnrrisbiiig. Pa., Julie 3.
And now tim Pennsylvania
hen is a victim of compulsory
birth control. Somewhere be
tween half urn! three-quarters
ot'-a-inillioii rcos'r which
trod Peniislyvnnia poultry yards
lut ipi !y hist .Monday morning
have gone where the dead roos
ters go. "Rooster Week" pro
claiuied by the State Department
of Agriculture eaino to an end
today. Ofrieiuls believe final
figures will show close to a
million fowls lulled.
I Dver Abandons
After 3 Years' Trial
Denver, t'olu., June 3. Denver has
just overthrown the commission form
of government after three years' trial
The city today is tinder tiie former
The change was made tit a special
election held list mouth. Robert W.
Sieer being elected mayor on a char
ter amendment which was the antithe
sis of coiniiiisioii government. In
stead of five commissioners, Mavvor
Speer is the government.
While the legislative power under
the new charter is vested in a council
manic hoard ol nine members, Speer
appointed four ol' them.
The other five were chosen in a man
ner novel for a ritv of Denver's size.
The Denver Ci ic .ind Commercial as
sociation, the Trades a-seinbly, the Heal
Estate exchange, the Rotary club and
the Manufacturers ' asociation each
eleccted a" councilman.
This plan was followed to save the
people the cost ot an election, uture
lio.ir.ls will In1 lected by popular vole.
The new charter created an Indus
trial bureau to encourage iudtisires
anil tne employment, of labor.
A "Mayor's Inbiuet'' was created,
consisting of the mavor, trie manager
of improvement ami parks, the malinger
of revenue, the m.niager of health and
charity and the manager rT safety and
(livision of responsibility caused the
iloW'i.all ol the locw,l commission gov
ernment. The people- wanted a cen
tralized authority arid responsibility.
er, "can vou
me some tomato
"Ye.s, sir," snid llie waiter.
"And," continued the customer,
"while you're away you might send
me a postal card every now and then."
DALLAS LOCAL NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., June 3. Mrs. V. Fran
cis, wife of William Francis, was found
unconscious in her home in North Dal
las, Thursday afternoon at about two
o'clock, with a large gash cut in the
back of her head, apparently done with
a shaiy instrument. Kobery was evi
dently the cause for the deed as a sum
of money is missing from a purse. A
peculiar circumstance ubout the case
is that of three 'five di llar gold pieces
in a purse belonging to the injured wo
man, but two of th. in were taken. Mr.
Francis was away from home at the
time, declaring that, he left the house
at eight o'clock in the morning and that
he had not been back until he heard of
the condition of his wife. He was in
a pool room at the time playii'g a
game of cards and left immediately for
home. Neighbors in the vicinity of the
Francis home declared however, that
they saw Mr. Francis about the premi
ses shortly before the noou hour. It is
the opiniw, of Sheriff Orr that the hus
.baiid of the injured is the guilty party.
I'poa questioning him he made several
nnswers that would lead one to believe
that he was trying to cover something.
Mrs. Francis also appears to know but
little of what happened in the house.
She says that she went to enter a room
and that was the last she could remem
ber until she came too in the afternoon.
It is evident that she is trying to
shield her husband. No arrests have as
vet. been made.
C. L. Starr Now on Board.
'. L. Starr of Portland, formerly a
resident of this city was appointed' to
the board of regents of the state nor
mal school at Monmouth this week. .Mr.
Starr is n fit member tv... l,..,!.,.l'
: He was at one time school superintend
jent of Polk county and later on was
l secretary of the state board of normal
i regents. At luesent he Is In t, i,...
'adjusting business in Portland.
Judge Decides Cases,
lodge II. H. Kelt of the circuit court
this week filed decrees in the following
rustic- V "IV ....l. ..i .... r... ?
i , " ", ei ai vs. line &
I frost Co.. foreclosure: decree for iilaiu-
i. uiusiow vs. ,ioli it H. O.
Meiillhaupt, partition, decree for plain
tiff. V. S. N'ationnl Hank vs. John H. O,
Meiillhaupt ct nl, 'foreclosure, decree for
Contract for Bridge Awarded.
Wednesday, County Commissi.) 8
Beckett a.i.l Wells signed a contract
with Tobiu & Stevens for the construe
tiou of the concrete bridge at Indeii 1-
ence for ifi;;i(m. The contrnct had for
merly been awarded to Snook & Trnver
but owing to a misunderstanding nf the
specifications they nske.L to be releas
ed. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Campbell were
Albany visitors Tuesday.
W. V. Fuller and V-'. O. Tenuis have
"'"in irom n several davs
through the timber of Falls City
' heiriogton left Tuesday after
noon for a several months' trip' throurrh
the eastern states.
Samuel On- 0f I'ortlan.l huh in the
city the first of the week a guct t the
home of hi Sheriff .To1lT r 0,.r
Mrs. J. I). Collins and little dnm'd.'
ter of Portland are in Dallas visiting
at the home of J, i a..... r .
ollins on Court street.
r. and Mrs. 11. C. Scy,,,,,,,,. f r,..
vnllis are , the city H(,,.k ,
guests at the home of Mrs. Seymour's
parents, Hon. and Mrs. (,'eor'ge w
Davi, Snioots left Thursday for St
Joseph, Missouri, where he will ,e,i
thf 'summer i,, relatives and friends.
K'v. and Mrs. (.'. (). rmt;H ,lf r
vti Mis were Dallas visitoi-H Tuesday
Key. ( urtis was t'o.m..rl. i ..
Christiai' church in thiscity'
Mrs. , L Keyaol.ls were guests f r,..
( ives and fiends in Buena Vista the
I il st ot the week.
Miss Hosa B. Parrot f, n teacher i the
Oregon stai,. normal ut . ,ut.h, ns
""''' ,h" h.uii of her sister. Mrs
M. ( asey, Tuesday.
Nathan Alaunoc'k of Corvallis visited
his brother. Carl Mannock this week
I'r. II. M. llelluaitl. f Falls City
was a Dan,.., business visitor Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs, Wall.
Falls City We, (an
F, Xiehols of
v iitnis Inst
Mr. and Mrs. K. Bois., of Salon. Here
business visit,s nt their ranch west of
tins .-in- ti,,. firt , ,(, ,.,,(,
(' 'npital .lom nal Special S, r ice )
fiuithmd. .1 mi.. 2. -John V. Smith is
'I'1"" pm.rly at present. For ipiite a
"bile a sore ha;i been enhirgi.ig on his
bn list which s..r.i,.s to ke of a cancer
vus nature. Th,. doctors , ,,ot tninl,
it Mile to cpciate as Mr. Smith is in
Ins ve.ii; and ipiite feeble
'I'll ii i . In y tn.in.ini; Misses Josie and
Esther Bower went to Portland to tit
tend the ScM'nth Day Adu-ntisr ("imp
imcc'Iiii; and anniiul coiifcrcni e. iiuitc
a uuinlier go from Salem. Th.. camp
is local,.! at Annabel station on th.
Mt. Scott line, East Portland.
.Mr. Cm. bun nl.ii lately bought the
Nelson place, has opined a store oi. the
corner. ,. ,,. l f,,r ,,,!
Mex Thompswn has traded his piop
erty here for a farm of J,1 acres in
Le.itou county near Wienn station.
A -Mr. (( s;iuj;is will occupy the
Tlii.iiipsnii place of L'tl iIcich. We wel
come our new neighbor and trust he
Mill find Fruitlanil a pleasant locality.
Let people know what you have to
'e'' ! r "- ' w J. '- ' i-r
H"'v "ill iceci v,,ii w'li iml nun, ei'.
vliat! A sensible ciga
rette? Yes you can
prove it I
, KtlMQ!D.rA P;
Urge Gov. Major As
- . it
elliott w. major
Delegates to the democratic nation,
eonventii.il, opening in St. Louis .In..
14, are being urged to support (Soveir;.
Elliott W. Major of Missouri for v;.
president of the ticket with I'rcside.
Wilson. Missouri democrats have e.
dertnken an active canvass in (ioveii..
Major's behalf. This fact is nroiisi..
considerable interest, because fiien.
of Vic-President Marslmli are mult
stood to have regarded his rcuomii:.
tion as probable, if not a foregone c...
elusion. The .Missouri cnh.li.lnte I,,
been formally indorsed by the Den,,
crntif. state convention of his stt.t.
"Major of .Missouri Means a Major,!
In the Middle West" has bem adopt.,
as the slogan of the governor's boomer
(ioveinor Major, who is fifty veins oh
ns a 1 lion. I of Speaker Clink. He hi
I from Bowling Oreen, Ike spcaket
j home city, and studied law in M
i Clark's offi,.,., lie was elected to t'"
I state senate in ISIIil, nitornev ocuen
I ..I! .1. . .. .. . 1 H
o. I....- B.aie ill limn ami governor i
NEWS FROM JEFFERSON WAY
L. (! liulgiii left Wednesday i..
Ccntralia., Wash,, to iii-ii Irs bioin.-i
E. .1. Hiilgin.
William I leeiUMiiiil of , all is I: -.
Incii visiting Mr. nud Mrs. A. T. Wi:l...
The play given at. Liberty Saturday
night was well attended and the pla,
eis certainly deserve -rinse for th.'ir
splendid pel To, Inn lice
i Mr. and Mis. Monroe Nye were :
Snlein Satin It.y.
Mi-s i.'li.dys I oon vv.is a v i-itor
Safeiu 'I'lnii -.;iy.
Harry I'cars.ui iiiude a trip to Sale i
i Tliii rs.ia v.
AGED LADY HURT BY FALL.
A painful accident occurred We, I
lies. lay afternoon when (liniidinii Bak r
mother of Mrs. .M. I.. Hanson fill die
stairs leading to the basement of the
Wolfurd store. For some reason sin
I'nilcd to sec the stairs and fell h.n.t
long to the bottom. An ugly won. il
was mail.' in her foteliead, and she wu'i
badly bllliseil otherwise. . physici.:.!
"lis called Iiianclialelv and the cut "
dressed. Mrs. Baker is eighty-uiio
years of age which makes the nc i.leol
moic serious. silvertoii Appeal.
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