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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

QtLiwi&r, December S, ttlt. Dairy Cows W. F. KIZER has arrived with 400 Head of First - Class JERSEY and HOLSTEIN COWS. For sale at Ranch, one mile east of El Centro, on the Holton Inter-Urban Railroad. El Centro Hardware and Implement Co. fjgjjgf* GUNS AND «■» AMMUNITION tho people on the Hiram and Susan had little to fear from their pursuers. The night boat attack having failod it would be madness to aLtempt a similar maneuver in the daytime. There was nothing for either ship to do, apparently, but play the waiting game, yet. Captain Hiram had business of importance. At the first streak of daylight ho had mustered the crew. The arms of the men had been stowed in the chests, which had been locked, and Mr. Con ant had the keys in his pocket. The captain and the mate were both armed as usual, with sword and pistols, so that, backed by the moral force of their authority and position, they could dominate the crew. The men had scarcely mustered on the quarter-deck before Susan came ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 3 December 1910

8 Christmas Offerings YOU'D BETTER HURRY-SHOP EARLY Never before have we carried such an attractive line of goods suitable for Holiday Gifts.. We can call tpecial attention to only a few of these offerings, but ask you to come and see and we know w? can please you. Nothing makes nicer presents for the ladles than Gloves.. We have them in all sizes In Suede and Kid.. An f'caant showing of Fancy Silk Waists In white and colors.. Then there are Fancy Col- lars and Jabots, Silk Hosiery, Hair Ornaments and Combs. Fancy Hand Gags and Purses. Belts, Waist Sets, Fancy Handkerchiefs, etc. An elegant present would be a Lady's Silt or Long Coat, or a Sweater Coat. It's not li.ird to find presents for men at this store. We have Men's Delts, Fine Neckwear Fancy Socks, Dress Shirts, comfortable Flannel Shirts, Sweaters, Slippers, Collars, fine Handkerchiefs and a dozen oilier lines from which to select. Kff , • A NICE ORDER OF GROCERIES WOULDN'T BE A DAD PRESENT. The busy housewife always appreci...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. WORK BEGINS ON THE COLORADO ENGINEER OGKERSON 6IVES STARTING SIGNAL TO BOWKER AND DIRT WILL FLY ON RAILROAD GRADE TO ABEJOS Mexican Complications Evaded By Arrangement With Colo rado River Land Company to Have Work Done On its town Account. — Importance of Closure of Breach ~V Realized by President Taft and His Engineer. Subject Treated in Message to Congress Government work on the Colorado river will begin next Monday morning.. Walter K. Bowker is assembling an outfit and will have dirt moving on the grade for a railroad track from the old levee on a direct line to the Abejos break, and he expects to have the grade completed and ready for the track-layers in two weeks. The dis tance is about six miles. . Col. Ockerson has decided to have that part of the work done on "force account" and has given the word "go" to Bowker, who has a thousand head of mules and full grading equipment on the Mexican side and cap put 3,000 head of stock on the job in short ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

2 house C. M. APPLESTILL. Manager. Motion Pictures Ladies' Orchestra H. A. RICHARDSON, Musical Director. Open Every Night 7 to 10 p.m. Admission 15ct3, HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Imperial Team Wins Trophy Donated by Principal Nichols. In the hardest fought baseball game ever seen on the Imperial diamonds, Imperial High School team won from Central High School by a score of Ito 0. The El Centro hoys held down the Imperial team to a score of 0 to 0 until the eighth inning. The game was full of excitement and the bleachers were filled with yelling rooters. About seventy-five El Centro people attended the game. Imperial now has a permanent trophy, the sil ver cup donated by Prof. B. C. Nichols of PI Centra **l Ijl V. . t »H L SJ, Plans are on foot to have a series of high school baseball games at tho Fair grounds during (he Fair. The games will be played in the mornings before the horse races. Basketball practice has begun and the Central High School is confident of putting out a strong team. Pr...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

Saturday, December lA,1 A , iftlA Dry Your Clothes on a Wcl Washday With a New Perfection Oil Heater When .clothes can't be hung outside, and must be dried in a room or cellar, the New Perfection Oil Heater quickly does the work of sun and air. You can hang up the wet clothes, light your Perfec- tion Oil Heater, open the damper top, and the heat rises and quickly dries the clothes. «Do not put off washing to await a sunny day in order to avoid mildew. Dry your washing any day with hot air from a s < Pj&f£FJECTION JrV.^ Smokeless n Absolutely smokeless and odorless 'It gives just as much heat as you desire. It is safe, odorless and smokeless. ; . It has an automatic-locking flame spreader, which V prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and 1 is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quickly V cleaned. Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, ibe- cause of a new device in construction, and can always be easily unscrewed for rewicking. An indicat...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. — - •■■■„ i ■ - - .1, - - - .. -- PUBLISHED EVKRY SATURDAY. * Editor Allen Kelly DiJfiness Manager Lewis Havermale SUnSCIUPTION •ne Year $1.00 git Months f>o Tf^ee Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofllce at El Centro. California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. A BELATED QUESTION. There is some talk among directors of Mutual Water Com pany No. 1 of reviving the question of issuing additional stock and submitting it to stock-holders at the meeting in February, but it is doubtful that it would be worth while to consider that question again in view of the probable organization of an irriga tion district to take the place of the mutual companies and their parent corporation, the C. D. Co. If the present system were to be maintained, the stock ques tion would be a live issue. It has been brought up by the dis covery that...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

Saturday, December 10, 1910. Our ChrUtma. Tree. OUR WINDOWS I Only Partly Tell the Story Come and See **» I — CUt n AINTY and useful gifts DIAMONDS U r?M CC ° mb i ne f '"r EMERALDB I holiday offerings this JEWELRY season. We have tho W AT C H E 8 richest variety of Christmas P |fiJmVft 3 Goods ever shown here. Some RINGS especially fine designs in ALL Hammered Drass and in the OF Royal Doulton Waro. TH^ , A gift of table sliver would SUauYy" 1 bo aPi)reclate(a Pi )recIate(1 ~ WG havo have i/i i r iiiAnniTiipinn guaranteed standard makes KILE MAGBRATNEY S and la , tes ' dc^ ns h M f ako "The Gift Store " Jnnr sclectlonB at once, before El Centro. l '"' st " ok ' H broken. Buy early. KYLE MACBRATNEY, EL CEJI WEATHER. Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tern Dec. 3 79 45 Dec. 4 82 44 Dec. 5 80 48 Dec. 6 80 R8 Dec. 7 79 4?. Dec. 8 79 43 Dec. 9 78 4IJ WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean dally gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, December 3, 1910. Date ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

6 The Blue Ocean's Daughter Cyrus Townsend Brady Copyright by rlio Frank A. Munsoy Co SYNOPSIS OK PREVIOUS CHAPTERS, Copt. Hlrnm lluM>pll and his daughter Busan, whose tiotlicr Is (load and who lived Entirely on her father's ship, often wearing, Indeed, men's clothes, are bound for Boston on the ship Hiram and Susan from Bordeaux. The crow turns out to be a bad lot, enpeciaily the boatswain, Francois. The only reliable man is the ■inte, Mr. Conant, who Is secretly In love with the girl. They are attacked by a Hrltlsh frlKiUe, the time being the Am •rlcan- revolution. During the engage ment Francois, taking advantage of the confusion, forces his attentions on Susan, and Is "flogged, by order of the captain. CHAPTER V. The Coming of the Breeze. The outbreak of the boatswain and the evident sympathy of the crew ren idered the position 'of the American ship doubly precarious. The men had fought well the first time. What j ■ would they do if they were called up on for another desperat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

Saturday, December 10, 1910. UF'DF 1 ATTMrt SjPt^iftS* /'( cm ' nn R ten P«mp Gunt and Remington Autoloading n /f*j^tiffisf s*Qm Sllol Bun« represent the highest development in W /* A$ modprn «l"n»Run tnnnufnrture. Thi» claim ii proven tl T^^T |/tV ' )y l i e ** cl l ' lnt over 50 '^ °f tno Interstate Hand!- gg • Wa^ "\ E3 copt for the last three year* have been vron by I] „, Vji Remington Shotguns. More winning* than all other tjj &mQJ?fi^Dl^G>li shotguns of all makers combined. m 3 MOTG L'l^LriAf*** lU /fifflma REMINGTON PUMP GUN-Hammeriets, Solid Breech, gl -—jJ^-.^i'ihjS Slid? Action, Bottom Ejection — recognized- ai unrivaled in tliii Ffl /^^fl vvi Vi class ol repeaters. fcj Jfm&ssfy }'k REMIN .GTON AUTOLOADING SHOTGUN-Hommer- | Wtjffistsiri»^jfo : A? ' eis - Solid Brercli — combines the advantages of all oilier shotguns tfj BTO^?^^''^ii^?''V W '''' k''' n^ aulo ' oac l' n 8 without the lots thereby of an ounce of H rftT^^^-j^P^'^ miuzlc energy — has a minimum recoil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 10 December 1910

8 LET US MAKE IT A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A SENSIBLE ONE Dolls. Doll*. Dolls— The prelticAt, nw^fi^l V»( n( fdni-jr ilrrwwvi dolls you Will kiv llils hnllrfar smu.iM are now dls|>l«r<"d nl {hi* More. S<Mfct curly. Tailored Waists— <>n<« of lh<« rtnost lots ever <H»p«NI here. PaJntr whites with lales4 ■lyies— really distinctive. They runKC in price from $ I r .'* to $;t F>o. Fancy Bilk Waists — Of latcat designs anil plenslnK colon*, pririnl from )6 to |i:.w. Fancy Silk Hosiery— |lml qualities in black. B. SALOMON & Co. RESERVATION DEVELOPMENT Remarkable Changes in Progress in V s Rich River Lands at Southeast Corner of Imperial County. 2< The development of the farm units in tho Yuma Indian Reservation, lo- Jcated in the southeast corner of Im perial county, along the Colorado riv ftr, has advanced even far beyond the '"expectations of the settlers who went '*«■" the. land during the past summer Eand fall. Almost every unit-holder has the work of recla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. IMPERIAL COUNTY'S ANNUAL FAIR EXHIBITION. OF PRODUCTS AND STOCK AND FIVE DAYS OF INTERESTING RACING PROVIDED BY DIRECTORS Lack of State Aid This Year Cuts Down Premium List for Exhibitors and Prevents Adequate Representation of Agricultural Interests, Cotton, Oranges r and Small Fruits and Flowers Attract At- tention. Large Attendance. _^ Imperial county's third anuual fair, the first held under the management of the regularly organized District As sociation, opened in El Centro last Tuesday and will close tonight. No State aid was available this year and therefore the expense of putting the grounds in shape, erecting buildings and constructing the race track was met by private subscription and gate receipts and but little money was available for premiums. Next year the district will have State aid and a sub stantial premium fund. The directors have put up an ex hibition building and stock sheds, built a half mile track that is said to be | one of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

2 OPERA DOUSE C. M. APPLEiTILL, Manager. Motion Pictures Ladies' Orchestra M. A. RICHAROSON, Musical Director. O;.en K»ery Nfßht 7 to 10 p.m. A'jniiSß'OU LEAGUE CONVENTION COMING I . Epworthians of El Centro Capture County Gathering to Be Held in , First Week of January. ll^An Imperial Epwerth League Con vention will be held in El Centro on January 6. 1911. This will bring to the county seat delegations of Bp worth leaguers from every town of the valley and from several of the country districts. Seventeen young people of E3I Cen tro Methodist Church went to Braw ley last Sunday to atteud an Ep worth League rally, and an enthusias tic meeting was held. At this meet-j ing arrangements were made for the ! county l^eague convention and the in vitation to hold it in El Centro was] accepted. . j SOUTHERN PACIFIC'S CLAIM President Taft Advises Congress to Pay the Bill for Controlling Colorado. In his message to Congress, Presi dent Taft reports progress on Colo rado river work and says: "T...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

Saturday, December 17, IftlO. TT h new Navelencia Orange It <xwwld«red to be a cross twlwean a Nat«l and a Valencia, but In fact has proT«n to be In the Na?«l class similar to the Thomson's Improted with th« exception of having a little later ripening qualities. Being thin skinned and smooth. It Is considered a tery good variety to plant In a warm climate such as Imperial Valley. We have a good supply of these trees to offer, as well as other varieties of Cltru* Trees, and shall be glad to submit prices on request, in any quantities. Our booklet entitled " Citrus Fruits," covering the business from seed s to market, mailed to any address on receipt of twenty-five cents. San Dimas Citrus Nurseries s an oima., curomu COUNTY NOTES PALO VERDE VALLEY. A delegation of capitalists from Chicago, headed by Mr. Crow, of Los Angeles, who ia acting for Henry P. Harbour, visited the Blythe Ranch in Palo Verde valley, the early part of the week and are now visiting in Imperial valley. Mr. Barb...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

4 Ismpernal VaUßey Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County. ■^ PUBLISHED EVKttY SATURDAY. Editor • ' Allen Kelly Business Manager Lewi* Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Bix Months BO Three Months 25 Single Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER Entered as second-class matter March 3 1906, at the postofflce at El Centra, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. In the confusion of the fight over the Governorship in the late State election, the corporations worked through the amend ment to the constitution relieving themselves of taxation by the counties. The people turned it down two years before, when they had time to think about such trifles as constitutional amend ments, and the ballot was short enough to be marked without tiring the arm, but the concocters of the scheme knew they could put over almost any old thing in that line in a general elec tion if they worked quietly enough, and they did it. The amendment was devised by a college profess...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

Saturday, December 17, 1910. " 1 OUR WINDOWS Our Christmas Tree. Only Partly Tell the Btory ' Come and See A DISCOUNT EMERALDS JEWELRY Oil P WATCHES Lfll L s PEARLS % rIUI f RUBIES UMUL.IIIIIII ALL We are now giving £ 20 PER GT. DISCOUNT SbALI"f7~~ j on all goods In our store ex« VII F MAPDniTIirV'P cept HAMMERED BRASS KILE MACBRATNEY S ware. "The Gift Store." The golden opportunity to buy El Centro. j . HOLIDAY GIFTS KYLE MACBRATMEY, EL CEHTRO WEATHER. Date Max. Tern. Mm. Tern. Dec. 10 80 43 Dec. 11 82 52 Dec. 12 80 49 Dec. 13 82 49 Dec. 14 79 44 Dec. 15 79 4& Dec. 16 :...76 43 WATER IN THE RIVER. Mean daily gage heights and dis charges of the Colorado river at Yuma, Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, December 3, 1910. Date Gage Heights Discharges Dec. 4. 16.20 7100 Dec. 5 16.20 7300 Dec. 6. 16.20 7500 Dec. 7 16.30 .7800 Dec. 8 1630 7310 Dec. 9 16.40 7250 Dec. 10..: 16.35 6300 LOCAL MENTION. Clarence Addleman, of Muscatine, lowa, has located in El Centro, and is bookkeeping...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

6 The Blue Ocean's Daughter Cyrus Townsend Brady Copyright oy rho Frank A. Munsoy Co SYNOPSIS OF riIRVIOUS CHAPTERS Capt Hiram Hubbell anil his daughter Susan, whose mother Is dead ami who lived entirely on her father's ship, often wearing, Indeed, men's clothes, are txwnd for Boston on the ship Hiram and Susan from Bordeaux. The crew turns out to be a bad lot, especially the boatswain, Francois. The only reliable man Is the mate, Mr. Conant, who is secretly In love with the girl. They nre attacked by a British frigate, the time being the Am erican revolution. During the engage ment Francois, taking advantage of the confusion, stabs the captain in revenge for being flcygef. CHAPTER VII. The Aethent Mate. I Standing above on the poop, Susan saw the deed, but her scream went unheeded in the confusion. "Do you strike?" came down again from the frigate. The smoke had blown away by this time, and she was close aboard. Mer cifully, her captain held his fire. No response came . from the Am...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

Saturday, December 17,-1910. Sfc| : DAVIS BROS. tt*ss§l?jiaj»r ARt£ WELL SUPPLIED WITH A VA- fi^ilFSaflfilaffl R'^TY OP HOLIDAY GOODS SUCH W^^HjßJfell] A3 AHE USUALLY TO BE FOUND yK®«5*HM^ IN A WELL-APPOINTED DRUG •uUi^^^^ftl you QHOULD DROP IN AND PICK K*f^<fp3lWi OUT YOUR PRESENTB.. THE MOST rK/r^^^)Sa COMPLETE STOCK OF MEDICINES, RajyfV^tffJl SUNDRIES, CIGARB AND CONFEC- WAfif'&^T*!* TIONERY IN IMPERIAL VALLEY. tv> li C vSial OUR PRICEB ARE mGHT - DAVIS BROS., *§||iyi^ EL CENTRO HOLTVILLE changed, however, since the launch- ing of the Hiram and Susan, and how Captain Hiram, lying cold and still in Kthe cabin, would have writhed with shame and mortification could he 4, have known about it! Having sent the prisoners forward into the forehead, with the exception of the mate, who was left undisturbed for the present, the lieutenant set the watch, gave Mr; Merryfleld the course and sailing directions, and went below to the cabin for an examination of the ship's papers. Mr. C...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 17 December 1910

8 < LET US MAKE IT Arc You Worried Over What To Buy? A.M ERRY CHRISTMAS There's no reason lor this if you'll look tnrough our a sensible one * Christmas Offerings Don*. Ooit«, Oa»n— The prettKwl. ftwootwt '<•( "I "Mid tfrtywM ilollfl foil will »oe fhtn hoitd.iv s»vw»n are now <]ls(tl.itfel "' Oil* ■tort). S"li'N Cdrly. TaHoreJ »v.im< — . /.., of the flnrat lota rvt-r o#mhhl- h«*r«?. l).vinty whiles wK!« late.*< ftfflft. — mm? •ij.-.iiir'iiv:' They rarttfe in jiru-e O<»r> J1.50 to \-',M. Fancy Sit* W.iirti— Of latent i!<sm«iw nnrt f>le.(isU>M <*o1 >rs. priced from $« to $12.(0. Fancy StU H9>»iery — (;<>st <]iiVitic« In blade THEORY AND FACT ABOUT SALTON SEA. It is estimated by the hydrographer of the United States Survey* in Los Angeles, from data obtained in evapora tion tests at Salton Sea, that the sea will disappear in about twelve i/i years. This is based upon the presumption that the waste water of the Imperial valley canal system...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 December 1910

Imperial Valley Press. Vol. X. RECEIVER'S REPORT ON YEAR'S OPERATIONS Col. Holabird Files Complete Account of Stewardship With Court I Financial Condition of California De velopment Company Shows Improve ment Under Business-Like Manage -. ment. Expenditure Necessary to In sure Future Adequate Water Supply. Col. W. H. Holabird, Receiver of the California Development Company, has presented to the Superior Court of Imperial county a detailed report of operation and management covering the period from the date of his ap pointment, Dec. 13, 1909, to Nov. 30, 1910. The report gives a concise history of the receivership and sets forth the relations of the C. D.' Co. with the Mexican company and the mutual wa . ter companies and the conditions found exisiting when the receiver took charge of the property of the C. D. Co. The receiver found that virtually all the stock of the Mexican company is owned by the C. D. Co. and that the Mexican company is in the hands of a receiver in Mexico under ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 24 December 1910

2 SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS IUOOEST STOCK OK DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE And Finest Quality Cut Glass in the Valley. All Bngraving Free and Done Promptly In Our Own Store. All goods and work guaranteed. B.BURSTEIN Gregg Building, - - Imperial AMENDMENTS ADOPTED All Constitutional Amendments and Special Acts Win Out at Election. Complete returns of the State elec tion show that all the constitutional amendments and bills submitted to the people were approved. The count shoWR: "" Constitutional Amendment No. 1 — Providing, for the separation of State and local taxation and providing for the taxation; of public service and other corporations for the benefit of the State. For, 145.050; against! 96, 493; majority, 51,597. Constitutional Amendment No. 11 — Providing that mortgages shall be ex empt from taxation. For, 118,927; against, 79,435; majority. 39,492. Constitutional Amendment No. 36— ' Relating to Judges of Superior Court. For, 121,997; against. 44,138; major ity. 77,859. ...

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