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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

f- i^B^L_^l^^H_^^F^L^^9 .^1 Pj^lH^^v^W^r^^jifc^^^j^^^W^^iiZ^Wii^^Av "i. » m^^^^^^zJ^^^l V-sSS*^^^^^^ '<-.'„:. v.i-^^^^^. '^y^. ■ .■ t SHIFT RACING GAME OF NEXICO ffplflßS TO BE TAKEN FROM I •FRISCO lAND OTHER COAST 5 CITIES — DIAZ KINDLY DM { POSED TOWARD BOOKIES. I (By United Press leased Wire.) . SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 29.— I When the legislature's vote next ■ weak I sends "the racing game" Ebeyond the limits of California, It I Will drive It to the City of Mexi s co, : where Tom Williams, presl | dent.of the California Jockey club I has negotiated with President I Diaz " or. 10 < years' : privilege to » hold horse races and carry on the I bookmakiup; and selling features, 1 without . which. • Bays Williams, "the ! game" cannot thrive. jSß^'lt this legislature votes against I the race track," said Williams to \ day, "w« will < establish ourselves In, Mexico, and first of all, in the City of Mexico. There won't be •ay trouble about the sport there. : President \ Diaz, to -...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

APPOINTMENTS TO STATE POSTS ARE ANNOUNCED HARRY E. GILHAM APPOINTED A MEMBER OF STATE BOARD OF CONTROL—A. E. CAGWIN ON STATE TAX COMMISSION. (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Jan. 29.—Governor Cosgrove yesterday appointed Harry E. Gllham of Seattle mem ber of the board of control to suc ceed Matt U Piles, who resigned Wednesday at the request of How ard Cosgrove and appointed Col. A. E. Cagwin, a shingle manufac turer of Kelso, member of the state tax commission, to Bucceed y> the vacancy created last Aug ust by the resignation of J. H. Easterday of Tacoma. Howard Cosgrove further an nounced that as a particular favor' WOMAN SAVES FOU3 BABIES FROM FIRE AT RISK OF HER OWN LIFE, MOTHER RESCUES CHIL DREN, AND IS BURNED WHILE FIGHTING FLAMES. (By United Press Leased Wire.) CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 29.—At the risk of her own life, Mrs. G. W. Cheney, wife of the principal of the public school here, saved four of .her children from death by fire and in the rescue receiv ed some painful but not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

WTHE 7ACOMA t/MES IrtauHiucD • BTSRT KVKWIHQ kxobpt: BCirflAT .BT tarn I $$$$?s&!ss TAOOMA times ;p cblishiho : OOKPANT % *3'■"" ""'■ |-Hpß^£s^lOFWC»^-Ttt ; COMMERCE STREET BHiter* A ,at the portofflre at Tacoma. Tiih. as second-da— matter pnIpJBQRAPHXC BBRVICB OF UNITED PRESS ASBOCIATIONa ■PHAiIFC Business Off Ice ... m m ..Mala 783, Al7Ss' rfilliir^N Circulation DepC. .....Main 788, AI7BJ it* MVil '-^..Editorial Dtp*. . , .Main 704. Ai7Sa ~Wgi?X-,'' , ■ IKBMBOK SUBSCRIPTION. .• ■- •'■ .Tv^*,"-' One cent ; m copy, seven cents '• : week by carrier or by mall; ■0 cent* a month by carrier or by mail; six montba by mall, «1.50; •— year by mall, $2.70. ■■:--■_.■.'■ &gj*tM, XHH f. TIME. ..' lit ,<aSJ£Sr>r» ONLY INDEPENDENT jPgIaSS TACOMA'S i, •■;;--■ I^^^g^ NKWSPAPKB. -' WO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS—The date when your «üb»crlptlon expire* to on the addreea label of each paper. When that data arrive*, If four subscription has not again bean paid In adance. your name la tag an from th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

CONSULS HOLD BIG MEETING IN TACOMA FIRST SESSION OP ITS KIND IN HISTOUY OP NOKTH WKBT — BOARDING lIOUSU EVIL MSt'UbSEI). A meeiting of consuls, vice con 6uls and consular agents of North western cities took place in Taco ma last night. It Is the first of its kind ever held In the North west and oi»t of It will grow a 6eries of gatherings that will bring the consuls together to dis cuss matters of common interest. Last niglit's gathering was call ed by C. E. Lucian Agassiz, Brit ish vioe consul here, and its ob ject was to discuss Che evils grow ing out of tho sailor boarding house system and how they can be remedied. A business session occurred the early part of the evening, followed by a banquet at which Mr. Agassiz !was toastmaster, and a\l those present made speeches. James Laidlaw, of Portland, British vice consul for Oregon, Washington and Alaska, was chairman of the business session and Mr. Agasaiz secretary. There was a general discussion Jn which, every person present par 85...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

rONAIRE HAY IS WORKING HARD TO EARN HIS $100 PER MONTH '- &■•>"-■ VfTtetes Special Service.) •« V OLYMPIA; Jan. 2 9—A million LYMPIA, Jan. 29—A million jzwra'working,for $100 :a"-montt and "finding" himself. n f '^■s .That! la 'Acting; Governor M. El Hay, who, during the disability o! £ Governor , Coagrove, performs th« duties '; of | the .■ chief executive ol ' the state. The next day after the | •wearing In of Governor Cosgrov< $ the * lieutenant 1 governor took hi r|his official residence In.the suit* for the i governor '■"' and t" buckled $ down to earning his salary. fe^Tm; not altogether , satisfied a. that' I 1 am■ earning .my . money," ;* Mid Mr. Hay. "I've seen the time when $100 a month looked pretty 5 big to me and I would have been X tickled to death to take the office get;governor, or even president of the United States for that sum." • .„ Governor Hay, the highest of ficial in the state, is drawing the lowest salary. He gets a little less ' than the Janitors ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

COMMOTES FOR BANQUET NAMED At a meeting of the officers and executive committee of the Boos ters' club today numerous com mittees were named to prepare for the great banquet at the Ar mory hall on the night of Febru ary 12. It wm also decided to lnvit'i >!1 state officers, all legislators and a oommlttee from every commercial organization In the state. ANTI-JAP MEASURE MODIFIED BILL NOW PROPOSED GUAR-! ANTKHS MOKE I'ROVKKTY KICJHTB TO AIiIKNS. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 29. — Assemblyman A. M. Drew, with the assistance of Governor GUlett, has prepared a substitute measure for his anti-alien bill prohibiting Japanese owning land in this state. The new bill was introduc ed in the lower house today. : The new bill provides that any alien shall have and enjoy in this state such rights as to personal property as are or shall be ac corded a citizen of the United States under the laws of the na tion to which such alien belongs, or by the treaties of such natio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 January 1909

WOMEN ARE DUPES OF KLEIN MTTMEROUS liETTERS "FOtTND Hf STRANGE MAN'S POSBBB BFON—ALL FROM WOMEN— ONE ADDREBHES HIM AS "DEAR HUBBY." »Vs"« "■> "-«,-;y:r ■'-■-• ;•>■■• -.■'• ' ■-. ■- S*£f Joshua Klein, who was airested : Wednesday night after attacking Miss Dora Culbertson at the home Of ... her Bister, Mrs. ■ Nellie C. Bau ▼ageot, 8908 North Thirty-second Street, will probably not be given ';, his preliminary hearing until t)be 1 latter I part 'of next week. |££ According to the county attor ney's office new evidence Is being p'(leaned ! concerning the man,' and p Che strongest case possible will be •;•"presented when he la brought into court.:' .'■■ "'■ a&A Nothing has been done regard £t Ing the two young ladles who t -Klein % is.' Bald to be tolding in >"5 "bondage In I Austria and Switzer land. ■ Mrs. Sauvageot, mother of '{/ Dora Sauvageot, who Is studying : Klein's religious belief in Amden -' on-the-Walensfl, says that she will ?'not go. immediately to bring her •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOWE VOL «. NO. 85 CAR LEAPS OFF HIGH CLIFF Plunges Down 100-Foot Bank and Is Smashed to Splinters—One Killed, 12 Hurt. CINCINNATI, 0., Jan. 30. — Twelve passengers and the motor man of a street car were serious ly hurt today when the car broke loose on an Incline, ran down the hill at a terrific speed and plunged over a hundred-foot embankment. The car was smashed to splin ters, and many of Its occupants were li«rrlbly mangled. Motorman Mulligan, who was pinioned under his car after It had taken its wild leap over the cliff, died from his injuries later In the day. The car jumped from a slippery track, hurtled down grade and Jumped an iron railing placed to guard pedestrians from falling from the precipice. SHIFIES DOWN ■LOUSaTH, R C, Jan. 30.— An unknown steamship foundered today oft* Diamond Shoals light- Klilp, according to a wireless tele graphic report received here. The fate of her crew and passengers was not learned. BUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

m X ■»MpBMMM«P^ < <)M^»-»»»»«»M»i II ill HIM PI.C.A. BOYS AXE POOR SHOWING I Athletes at the Y. M. C. A. in j 4oor meet last night made a poor X Sowing and it Is doubtful if any £ will. be ; placed ■In < the champion -5 hip list of the Northwest when 9 ite records of the telegraphic meet I made up."■;•;•';*' l:■.- ;; •"-: ■.:; c The only one who appears to X 1 Stand / a '.- chance ~i is - Gerard, who I JMde a good showing In the pota ■ race*. He won Imili the 120 X ad; 440 yard races, the latter in I 1:40. Barnes won < the high I amp with 5 feet 3 lncnes; Kiser I took the shot-put with 36 feet 4 tnche*. .- ' : ' I j In the contest between the etu | nents and intermediates the latter I won with 31' points to 14. Knuppe (til the star In this match, taking i both' firsts in ' the high and broad i lamps. . . He got , little help from i Other students, however, and they !©■* the match. P.ATZ ELECTED IANAGER OF ATHLETICS I Karl Staatz was last night plck- I M by the new athlet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

THINKS FIRST WIFE IS DEAD, WEDS ANOTHER, DISCOVERS MISTAKE •' (HtTTiMBTTN.) f(By United Press Leased Wir-».) KOSKBTTHG, Ore., Jan. 30. George Sawyer, deposed principal of the Oakland, Ore., schools, was .arrested today on a charge' of polygamy. . ROSEBURQ, Ore., Jan. 30.— Charges said to be of a serious nature have been preferred •gainst George Sawyer, formerly professor of the Oakland, Ore., schools, who mysteriously vanish ed December 29 and returned January 18. Mrs. Sawyer's brother, George Devore,. has made the charge be fore the Jury, which has deliber ated over the case since midnight Thursday. The charges were pre ferred Thursday afternoon. Saw yer said he believed his first wife bad perished six years ago in the fire which destroyed the apart ment house in which they were living in Matamoras, Pa., and at that time he came to Oregon. He received a call to take charge of the Oakland, Ore., schools and accepted. It was there that he met Miss Emily De vore and married her on Aug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

WTHE 7ACOMA TIMES IUBHED EVERT EVENING iCXCKFT SUNDAY BT THB I WgkZ~, ' ■ XAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY - ' I IP&' ' ■ . OFFICB—7OB CO If MERCK STRKBT »r*(l iat th»; postofftce at Taooma, V.'ash, as second-class matter. UECKAPHIC SERVICE OF UNITED PRESS ABSOCIATIONa DU fill PC Business Office ' „ ..Main 788, AI7BB 1111^ CtrcaUUot. Dopt. Main 788, 11783 li,""^, 1 *-■ V .Editorial Dept. , ,Mala TM, AITS 3 J^ iKKWUi OK ttI'BSCRIPTION. ———— < • On* eeat m copy, imi cent* • week by carrier or by mall; - * «enta a month by carrier or by mall; six months by mail, $1.00; $MM i yeer by null. 1ta.7a.v.;.;',..'-;;:x i'----V-r "'-■;'.■ ■■'"■:■•' »•,•■*.:--,--- .-,,• !§| | TUB' TIM lb -rf3fiSK.*j22Sfc»n ONLY INDEPENDKXX )' ,-. ; ; TACOMA'B ■aziwjsga^t WKWHI'APKB. I^VO MAIL SVBSCRIIIRna— The dat» when your subscription expire* [■ins the i address • label of ■ each pa pc ■. - When that date arrives. If ],y*US subscription has not again bean paid In ad.ance, your name Is Jtm from the list....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

■ ■■ ■ ' a ■•" ■-i ■<-.-■■ - *■"*,;.'■.**«!»*" ♦ --". -„ /_, ". AT THE TACOMA. IjAMBARDI GRAND OPERA COMPANY The engagement of the famous Lambardl Grand Opera company at the Tacoma theater Feb. 4, 5 tail '.! bids fair to be the greatest liiuf.fcal nnd social event lii ninny years, and Judging from the inter eat wh'eh Is already manifest, the management of the Tawraa ex pocts the house to be crowded at Oi'ory performance. This company, with Its scores of celebrated principals, and Its excellently ■ trained chorus and orchestra numbers over 100 per sons, the entire organization hav ing 'been brought from Europe. Mario Lambardi, who Is the most prominent of the Italian im presßarios, has spent a lifetime in the grand opera organization, and this new company, which is the most distinguished array of lyric artists ever sent on tour in Amer ica, Is the product of his own re sources and Ingenuity. ♦'BREW'STER'S MILLIONS." "Brewster's Millions," which will be presented by the Cohan &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

»OAD MAY LOSE BIG LAND GRANT Judge Diet rick, In federal court yesterday, refused the plea of abatement filed by the Southern Pacific to knock out the Roy Kinkier suit by which he seeks to compel the company to sell him 80 acres of land In Lewis county under the old land grant terms of 92.60 per acre. The case promises to set a pre cedent and to strip the railroad corporations of their great land PRESIDENT IS WILLING TO CHANGE THE CANAL PUN, IF PRACTICABLE r (By United Press leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30.—1f f opponents of the lock level plan • for the Panama canal can convince ; the commission of eminent en , gineers now on the Isthmus with I President-elect Taft that their contentions are well founded, • Roosevelt will take action looking • toward the adoption of the sea :level plan before he.retires from _ office, : according to a statement given out at the office of James : Dix Schuyler, a member of the . commission and a resident of this city. :- ■; ;;..-.;:■ '■..'. ' . "I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

SOME BARGAINS IN TACOMA REAL ESTATE MOHUNDRO IN STATEBERTH (Continued From Page One.) distasteful to Lieut. Qov. Hay. ■; t Must Have Hay's Approval. •fp When Cosgrove changed his plans and did come here, Hay made an urgent request that Cos grove make all his appointments during bis stay in Olympla. / As Cosgrove has not done so. Hay feels bound under his old promise to make future appointments on Cosgrove's request. But if Cos grove suggests men Hay cannot approve, the lieutenant governor ■will insist that the governor per sonally return to the state to make such appointments. Further, Mr. Hay has Insisted that on all matter of legislation be will be bound by his own ideas, pot by Cosgrove's. Big Protest. The demand for the resignation of Adjt. Gen. Hamilton has arous , ed a storm of protest. Lieut- Gov. Hay says he has received tele grams from all parts of the state protesting against any change and that many legislators called dur ing the day to urge Hay's influ ence to prevent ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 January 1909

FIREMAN IS KILLED Ban Noonan of Engine House No. 2, Receives Fatal Injuries in Collision Between Fire Wagon and Street Car —Dies Without Regain ing Consciousness. As a result of a collision be tween the hose wagon of engine house No. 2 and Inwardbound Bpanaway car No. 146, at 6 O'clock last evening, Dan Noonan, relief fireman, received Injuries from which he died at 3:4,5 this morning. J. W. Taylor, relief driver of the hose wagon, was also hurt In the accident, but his Injuries will not prove serious. Skull Fractured. Noonan, who was standing on the rear step of the wagon as it ■whirled down the steep Twenty third street hill In response to an alarm from a building near the St. Louis Shingle mill property on the tidefiats, was thrown to the pavement when the car and wagon cann- together, and was caught between the overturned wagon body and the curb. Hla head was •pllt open and a doctor's examina tion proved that he suffered a compound fracture at the base of the skull. He was taken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

rONE CENT PER COPY [30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR KO>IB VOL. 6. NO. 36 \THREE TACOMA MEN MEET VIOLENT DEATHS 4/ PERISH IN WRECK AT SEA British Steamer Is Sunk Off the Australian Coast—Only 18 Are Saved. (By United Press loused Wire.) MELBOURNE, Feb. 1. >—Carrying her captain and 46 members of her crew to the bottom of the sea, the British steamer Clan Ranald sank last night before rescuers could reach the spot. Only 18 of the crew were able to escape in lifeboats. The vessel was sighted drifting ashore, but by the time those on land realiz ed she was in distress it was too late to save all aboard. Desperate attempts were made to snatch from the sinking steamer the 47 who perished. The boat went down of Edithburg. SUNDAY AT OLYMPIA (Times Special Service.) OLYMPIA, Feb. I.—Billy Sun day arrived here this afternoon from Spokane to rally the local option forces for the struggle in the legislature. He addressed a mass meeting of women late to day and his meeting tonight wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING "NEWS tIL SOCCER IM TROUNCES SERTTLEITES Tacoma soccer team now he Northwest league and t a final quietus on the pee of Seattle. Yesterday Ta coma went over and trounced the •attleltes on their own grounds In a rattling game, ending 2 to 1 1 furor of Tacoma. BERT HALL TO PLAY FOR TIGERS Bert Hall, the local plumber hoy who made good on the twirl- Ing staff of the Tigers last fall, has put his name to a Tacoma con tract to play ball this year. Hall l> expected to not only make good but to become one of the tads of the Northwest. LANGFORD PUTS UP MONEY SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1. #o«i Woodman, manager for Sam Mtngford, the negro middleweight, *as deposited $1,000 with John T. Clark, to guarantee Sam -Long ford's challenge to Stanley Ketch -82. The challenge contains an agreement to split the purse any "way to suit Ketchel and also offers Jo bet 16,000 on the side. It also %timates that If the challenge is aot accepted by April 1, Langford Will consider the championship ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

IS PRESIDENT MAKING MISTAKE ASKSWELLMAN FAMOUS CORRESPONDENT . PUTS PERTINENT QUES TIONS REGARDING nail. CASK. (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Feb. —Writing from 1 Washington, Walter Well man, in the Record-Herald today Bays: "Is President Roosevelt about to make the greatest mistake of his public career? Is he In dan ger of being forced to retire to private life amid a storm of in dignation, sweeping from one end of the country to the other, caus ed by efforts of his to override the rights of private citizens? "Some of Mr. Roosevelt's best friends believe this danger exists and they have not hesitated to tell him so. It is in his efforts to prosecute Editor Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World and Edi tor Delavan Smith of the Indian RESCUERS MAY REACH ENTOM3ED MINER TODAY Rescuers who have been work- Ing for three days expa-tf to reach Jack Novell, the entombed miner, at Ashford, today. Yesterday they succeeded In getting within ten feet of the place where Novell is suppos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

\WfHE lACOMAS TIME IMBED i KVKRT * KVBNING VXCHTT SUNDAY BY THB ;^^M@|f VAOOMA TIMES ' PUBLISHING OOi-irANI ■ '>> I j '"* omam—ft commbrcb strmt jfatJiwHliat the postotflc* it Twont, V.a»h, as second-class matter? | jySUBpKAPHIC , BURVICB ;OF UNITED FRBBB ■ ASSOCIATIONS? I llliljfl MF C ■—«■«— Offlc* ........., «-. . Mala 78«, AI7BS~ i Illr X OlrcalatJob Dope ....... .... ..Hate 788, AI7BB f WV»i*-V .Editorial Pap*. ............ -.Mala 7M, A 1733 B^ " ns'|DlM,«Ml'a copy, aeven cent* • week by carrier or by mail; *•• Ma a momth by carrier or by nuOl; six nwmtba by mall, 91.50; : ■aL—JiMLr by -all. »a.78. ■ : r,- ■* • ■ -■ ' ' ■ 111 I II ...,..-. -II *| viP'iXHH ■*TUCKS =' JU» ' ■'-rfKSggSfeta OMI»y INUKPEITOESi: « TACOMA'B J*gSjgg* P NUUMPAPKR. I I •• KAII. JUJBSOHanBBB— at* when your eubaeriptlon expire* •■•a the addraaa label of each pap«.~. Whan that data arrives. M JJ»*f MkacrlpUon has not again bean paid In ad.aaca. your naroa I* / f*mm tram tlu» Mat . A ohanga of datj on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 February 1909

fffl^^The Pianos You Will Find 6@lji^wrfx^ JSP* / Gigantic Clearance Sale S^s^Sk!). H^^^lE^^^^^^^^^l l^fc ■• 1 This palo was to have closed February 1, but we have v* \|ii^^*\§ ■ra^W^'^'^l^^afe^fSßHpj lA/«I »«' ■ W*lWflW^B/\#fl decided to continue, principally for the reason that 0 ® ■•'O* IKf^^^^^^^Pl If 111 DC V/UllUllli'CU during the week jus! closed we have received such a ,' PIAHO^ - _BHH_Tj&W%i9[__HE3__9Kß3E9____KaK9llfil__^__tSir V V iHifl__w wKtmr ••^* Wtui 'W*r »■• . . 1 a ■ • • a * i « •. . s ™ 111 I a'l#*l»^*--*' KKcgßllailaaßlS^^iß^ , „„, .. , , . „ tremendous number of inquiries from both within j,,, ias n«™ „i,» 5 1,,, r»™ „ denominated -The MHM»sw6B£Biiiwww^ilißWßW<*<!MiltMtMß.."t ; ■■ .11 , ,1 .. ! i ii i "i i ■• i iii ,ii ,■ i ... Jonas Cliickcring uus uei'ii i.^iarullv denominated The* l^^^^^^^^^i^Plfip%n and without the city by personal calls, some by mail, some by long-distance telephone, that we feel in justice to rather of American i»iun<> bunde...

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