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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

I I = J THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 91909 5 F L L SOCIETY J TODAYS EVENTS An informal afternoon tea will 0 < be given today by Mrs Murray 0 < Gotlbe and her sister MISs Clint 0 Young at the home of Mrs Godbe I In C street the atfulr being In > honor of Mrs A W Jacobs and I her mother Mrs C L Jacobs 01 Rochester N Y 0 < 0 Mrs F E lcGurrln will be the 0 hutess this evening at an infor 0 c mal dinner party to be given at > 1 her home In the Bransford apart I mints Covers will be laid for SIX 0 < t guests 0 oJ oJ 1 C C w The home of Irs J I Buswell 0 o In Third avenue will be the scene < > < t of two parties to be given today the hostesses being Irs I J Bus < > well anti Mrs W M Buswell This < i > < t afternoon they will entertain with 0 a bridge ten and a five hundred 0 party wlll be given by them this i > vning > j The Qulngenta card club will be 0 < t > ertalned this afternoon by Mrs 4 0 Simon H Black at ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

T 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 to I Whats AlitheTime I ai or S CYCLONE JOHN CAN FIGHT BUT NOT BOX ITheSportingAuthorityl L of Salt Lake J ATlANTA AUTO DRIVERS EXPECT BROKEN RECORDS Trials on New Course Show Fast TimeOldfield to Defend Title Atlanta Ga Nov 8It American auto mobile track records are not broken In the five days racing which begins to morrow on the magnificent Atlanta auto mobile speedway it will be a surprise to the star pilots who gave the twomile track a thorough test today Robertson Strang Christie Chevrolet and other drIvers declared that the At lanta track Eeems to offer an unusual op portunity to clip a few seconds from previous records Louis Strang today took his 200horse power Flat four miles in 3 minutes 11 25 seconds the second lap being on three cylinders The cars tried out on the course today made the two miles at an average of about 1 minute 45 seconds and finIshed the days practice without mechanical troublps There will be...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

I 4 S THE HERALDREPUBLCAN S SALT LAKE CITY UtAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 a 7 Notice to Water USCf STAJl btIIN1H VJ lCr SALT Lake City Utah Novcmbr 3 b Notce Is hereby given that Jopfl R MUIqock whOe ptoftc addre h HE ber tal has made application In ac vrdanc with the requirements of Chap ter hS Sesion Laws of Utah 11 a arnnd d by the 8lon Las of Utah mi to appropriate two tnousand OJ acre feet of water from Provo river Utnh t ount Utah I Is the inteton of th ppiant tl divert water from Beve creek branch of Weber river Summl county rtah at a point which bars pint toth 2S degrees 15 mlnute Wlt e fee lstant from the northeast corner of sec lon 2 township 2 south range 6 east sIt Lake base and mrdlan and cn veyed by men of a canal for a distnc t 12 feet where I wH be dIehargpt tnto aid river at a pin about 0 fet north cast and Im feet south from the west corner of section 31 township 2 secton south range G east Sal Lake base and meridian and allowed to flow Into Uth stored for the USe lake wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

I 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 91909 I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE ron SALE ON THE EAST BENCH BEACTIFUL IDLEWILD ADDITION Is Increasing In value every day The highest class addition In the city LOTS 125 TO 250 EACH 10 CASH 1 A MONTH With cement walks graded streets and shade trees High and dry with perfect drainage and an elegant view See beautiful ldlewlld and you will b convinced every lot owner will make money Auto leaves for the addition every hour A N HUMPHRIES 78 W 2d South St Bell 4133 Ind 4131 f i I I FOR SALEWhy not become a modern city farmer Run a farm and still live I In town See our list of desirable close i In farms and garden tracts Ten acres on 7th East between 14th and 16thSo < 1th firstclass wailir right Terms Ten acres In Holliday two acres In orchard balance In alfalfa with primary water right Only 1700 Easy terms Twntyfive acres close In only two blocks from street car good water right 4room brick house barn and other out buildings wm sell o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

r = = > r < I J THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 9 F READ FOR PROFIT Hera1dRepub1ican Ads 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OF BLOODED SHEEP Bids will be received up to Tuesday tht 12th Inst at 3 P m for the thorough bred sheep ot the late A 11 C Smith consisting or about OO rams and 100 ewes Address Halverson Pratt Og den Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALEOne coin operating pIano spring motor can be used anywhere In nbsnlutely perfect condition must sell flgular price 6O Our price 21iO 11 Yest South Temple entrance througq front FOR SALEFurniture or 7room house furnished enough rooms to clear rent and have comfortable lIvln 7 rooms for small family furnishings the best new house modern good location 5m Phone G3X FOR SALE ANNOUNCEMENT The Improved Aeriator Co are placing fin the market 2OO shares of the treasury stotk for sale this week For partloulars call at 209 and 211 So Temple FOR SALETwo new hotb1a heaters and on...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

MO P iIY l < r > J V < r 4 = > F 10 1 HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 TELEGRAPH SORROW AT HARRIS DEATH Messages of Condolence Come From Many Parts of the United States T egrams of condolence many of them addrssed To the City of Salt Lake the mmErclal club and the Fi her HarriS fmlly pourd inte the Commercial club aid at the home of the late Fisher liar rl3 all day yesterday They came from The Un v rv portion of the country r apol1s Commercial club through E G stak > seretaTY offend sympathy to t r tntie state of Utah Many came to J HdlIoMln and to Gus Holmes from lOl1 orlate KOUrcet and from great corn n r 11 bfdis throughout the Cnlted 1 t s I Ill I ilt half mast over many bulld h t thp husine85 section indicated the nrnl esteem in which Mr Harris V J hld I mEral arrangements were completed I t ida lb rItes will be held at ii lLs4Iic ttmle under the tUrection h th rgtnta Ldge No 3 F A Jol tJIoorrow at 2 p m The Rev C E P thm of St Pauls EpBCOp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

T4E HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 11 Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America No2 I t = M If A I T t N ii7 l fj a i ii ii I I j 1 The Best Rye in the Field I I Skilled agents are sent out each year to the great rye fields of the Northwest to cull the choicest rye Only the best will do for r tTood old j t UU BOTriEO tit 60ND Pure BOTTLED IN BOND The grain must be pcrfectevery bushel of it vr + s take no chances of undoing the work of three gen erations devoted to preserving the uniformity and I fine flavor of the Standard Rye Whiskey of America Write us for a beautiful book telling the whole interesting story I of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of America is made A Guckenheimer Eros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857 I r i f 4 lLWAdr t i1 e III 49 rss 1 I I II I II I I Wear One our Slits This Fall Then youll wonder how you ever con ceived the notion of paying a custom tailor about twice as much for clothes not one whit better usually not so good in fit style or...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

111 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 Mines and Mining Stocks PIOCHE METALS IN PERMANENT BODY i Three Feet of Shipping Ore in the DriftHigh Grade in Winze t fet of ablpulng ore In the face of tt drift on the 170foot level and boul d r hlgbrad ore In mangane In t nom CI t IMfoot wine Is briefly tt G rlpu I ltlon8 In the Pioch M t h I com s pOint mine aa received t rldY fn uptrintendnt DavId L n I Iionll uld not well be better as t tmg thll < large body of lly ore i t lT nter d l TI winge sunk on the from tlt 1foot level sas In or ± l n to a nt tAl feet when the pay F t k Ipft apparlntly taking to the r 111 At t1 ufuot point tue drift was r + Jft1 nortt Ird It had n extended fJ five t 1 when It bruk into 12 Ir t of shlp > n which has widened tJ thr + t te It driving about 5 feet The llghrld ore comm into the t lof rs 0 at 10 i t lIdiCltts that the ort L getln mmh < tronglr at dpth > of thle felt of 11 in the f f the 1111 Iww valu i f 2 j per I ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

o < 7 r THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV91909 13 I I Financial and Commercial i COVERING SHORTS HELPED IN RECOVERY Wall Street Market Shows Im provement Over Last Weeks Figures MONEY OUTLOOK IS POOR NEVERTHELESS THE SITUATION IS BY NO MEANS ALARMING New York Nov 8The Initial upward I cttl > to stocks today came from pro f S nal buyfng to cover hort contracts nid as based on the decision of the Im r rl11 Dank of Germany to eave Its mint n f1 discount rate unchanged I clvsing WIUI easy The weekly re t rr r f th Imp > rlal Dank of Gerwany V h t showing dn improvement In cndl t 9 VtJt but a short way toward making tb letriorallOn of the previous week I c J npCtlOn llh the November settle I The bmk rgainfd this week but L t ot th 1f15t0 In gold lost last e j Hnl of rnglil < 1 tCured the 200 CI 41utll ALtifl gold aallabl In the 1 r I mark ut the Iondol control a York gdd vas reassetl in the r Intlo of tli utgo of gold to South A I J ng 1110 nlh of mor than ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 9 November 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 UNClE SAM HElPS TO RECOVER BANKS CASH Government Claims Money Deposited by Ogden Man Who Got It i in rails Circumstances of a decidedly unusal character surround the case of the United States against Charles G Price and the Pingree National bank which will be Balled uI before Judge Page Morris in the United States court this week James H AndelBon United States marshal has liubpJcnaed ten witnesses to appear when the case was taken up Wednesday before Judge MorrIs Several residents of Og den whEre the case orlginahJ will bt In attendance ThE case is brought by the gOVcnlmtnt to recover from Price between 1Z3 3 and f2400 which was contained in a roll ot raplIS received at one of the stations of 1e Ogden postofflce and which he later deposited in the bank mentioned < < after ascertaining that the money did not be long to him The government insists that it Is the proper custodian of the money until it can be turned ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

EFE JdEE Chances to find a steno Weather 1 8 Silver THE 500 METALS gmpher of auured capa Today bility are brought to you Pages Lead Copper i per oath 100 lbs 12 11100 440 fi1R4LD RLFUBLTCAN by the want ads Rain I The Lake Herald Salt InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 Price t 5 Cents Vol 151 No 66 VoL 15 No 9O I BOND ELECTION FOR A NEW HIGH SCHOOL JANUARY 818 8 DAY SELECTED Proposition Is to Issue Bonds in Sum of Half Million to Build the New High School Which Is Badly Needed I I A TAX RECEIPT FOR 1909 QUALIFIES THE ELECTOR Part of the Money Will Be Used to Erect Another Build ing and to Equip Present Building as a Trades School SUCCESS SEEMS ASSURED Property owners of Salt Lake who can show a tax receipt for 1909 will vote for or against the 500000 bond issue for a new high school on Jan 8 1910 This day Saturday was set by the city board of education last night and at another meeting to be held soon the polling places in the five municipal wards will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

I I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY uTAH I WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 I I I ei i STEIN HElL WOMAN PICTURE GRIEf S V Feeling of Pity Aroused on Be half of Alleged French Murderess I Paris Nov 9The sixth day of the tal of Mme Stelnhell no further ad vanced the solution of the mystery under lying the murder of the womans husbapd Adolphe Stelnhen painter and her step mother lIme Japy Whlle the testimony gl 11 today W18 Indirectly more damag tu the defendant the whole case rests t p n clrcumstalltial evidence 1iie judge attitude toward the accused becoming distinctly more lenient and t tiv same time her powers of resistance em already exhausted under the terrific ordal Ihive pity on me I should not be tor tJrd she exclaimed soon after the case tp n d today During the latter halt of I li1 day she sat forlorn and dejected the T > nlficatlon of grief and misery allow t accusations to pass UTl lug the gravest lallengoo had Several newspaper reporters wh Int viewed lIme Steinbell soon aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

> < 0 = = V T Z THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 3 T I I HAPPEN NGS IN UTAH TOWNS Ii I I 1 Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyfifth street ClrculaUon Department 36 Twenty flfth Street EXPLAINS ABOUT CHOIR Charles J Ross Tells Why Taber nacle Singers Will Not Go to Chicago Special to The lIeraldRepubllcnn tIanager Charles J Ogden Nov choir hall tabrrnac1e Ross or the Ogden just returnetl from CbicaiJO where he mlt tht management of the Cilcago Trib une reJative to the llroposed trip of the Ogden choir to sing at the United States Land and Irrigation pxpoBtUn Mr Ross trip to Chicago was made after earnest solkitaUon of the ChIago Tribune lranSlJortation was sent him by the Trlb UI11rne Chicago Tribune had proffered to 5000 finance the renvenUon up to the mark and decldd to expend an additional 1iiO o to tak Eh Ogden choir to Chicago Mr Parker ranager of the Tribune au thorized Mr Cross his a8815t1nt to wire that the money woUld be Frtd 3 K1ist IJroldp ftrwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

> L i L J 11 f f M F 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLIcAN Tbe InterUountnln Repnbllcan Est Feb 12 1906 The Snit Luke lIern1d Est Juno 6 1870 Only Republican Daily Newspaper In S1IC Lake City Utah Term of Sulscrlptlon DAILY AND SUNDAYOno month 76 cents one yenr 00 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year 150 six months 75 cente Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as prpse1t address An papers are continued until expllcI Order 11 l recflvfd to discontinue All nr r arlges must be paid In every case TIIOES Cf W CHANCES FOR FARMERS hUe Secretary Wilson of the depart rent of agriculture was down In South arollna he told the people that they llad the country for farmers and that farmer ought to go there becnuse It offered them tIm best assurance of sate and adequate returns If the secretary was simply trying to bt tnlable and requU the coUrtesy of his entertainers with pleasing word all...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 5 E SOC ETY 1 TODAYS EVENTS t Mrs W H McIntyre and Mrs Fred Dern will entertain this after noon with a bridge tea the first of a series to be given at the Mc Intyre home h I Seventh avenue A theatre party will be given by Mrs O H Parker this after C noon at the Colonial theatre An informal luncheon will be C given today by Mrs H G Mc C Unan COmplimentary to Mrs C Joseph Brinlter of St Louis and C C Mrs Kinkead of Berkley Cal C C Mrs Archibald E Rykert of C 3 Paris will be the guest of honor at C an afternoon tea to be given tOday from 3 to 6 oclock Mrs C H Iorehouse will be C the hostess this afternoon at a C bridge ten to be given at her home C In First avenue C C A five hundred party will be C C given this evening by Mr and Mrs 3 George Putnam In honor of Mayor C and Mrs John S Bral ford Mrs Walter E Eldredge and C Mrs John K Nicholson will enter C tarn this afternoon with a five C C hundred party to be given at the C ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 S Sale BegiJt iif rb ov11tha 1 T1sAL r OPPOSI1E THE 6UNGMaQ Opposite the E 1 1 2 c Nothing Sold Until Date FIRE BROKE OUT AT THE BARON COMPANYS STORE ON THE MORNING OF OCT 28th The quick response of the Fire Department saved thousands of dollars worth of seasonable mer chandise About 5000 worth of goods vas totally destroyedabout 2000 worth of goods vas slightly damaged 5000000 worth of merchandise vas never reached by the tongue of Fire The order is to sell the entire stock at a lossat 20c 25c and 50c on the dollar Just as soon as this stock is disposed of The Baron Co will continue business with an entire new stock Every article of the stock nov on hand lllust go Yeve applied tile price extinguisher on all merchandise Everything must go regardless of cost It means a great loss to ns but the benefits are yours In justice to yourself you DIUSt come here alll share ill this great listributioll of merchandise ut prices t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 7 Thursday 830 T a mil vds is p 1 a aow TheaterD ale Thursday Nov 11th 00000 STOCK G Or en Women and Children NG THURSDAY NOVEMBER Ilch M AT vio TN THE DOLLAR r L LENS SUITS TILL SIMPLY GO t GALLOPING AT THESE PRICES Hundreds of men will come here Hundreds of men will save mnney here Weve been penalized Fire on the 28th ot October armed things up We accept the penalty with the best of grace Will you accept this offer or pay twice as much elsewhere Read S 1 2 mens and youths suits 8595 21 mens and youths suIts 1045 15 mens and youths suits 715 25 mens and youths suits1E45 = 20 mens and youths suits 99 28 mens and youths suits 139 a J Watt no longer gentlemen The benefits are yours Buy now The above suits are in perfect condition a Thanks to our Fire Departmenttheir quick response to the call of firesaved thousands of dollars worth of DRESS SHIRTS FOR MEN One lot of dress shirts worth 75c 200 fancy dress shirts D > c ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

S 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 g Whats MltheTime l What in Sports j I AMERICAN u WRESTLING SCIENCE ON TOP ITheSportingAuthorliy L ofSaltLake j CHEVROLET HERO OF ATLANTA A RACE Drives to Victory in Big Event Two Oldfield Rec ords Go Atlanta Ga Nov 9Louls Chevrolet the sturdy Swiss pilot of Buick cars who has leaped Into racing prominence within tho last year annexed another hard earned victory here today when he cap ture the 200mlle stock chassis race averaging about 72 miles an hour Chev rolets victor came as a climax In a recordbreaking contest In which At lantas new twomUe speedway was opened Two of Barney Oldfields records were lowered one of them by Louis Strang who reduced Oldflelds onemile mark of 4301 by more than five seconds To do It Strang used the big 200horse power Fiat which made a worlds record of 2S seconds over the three rnd onehalt mile track at Drooklands Elgland last sum mer Oldfield took the limit out of l hitherto unbeatabl Be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

r I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 I 9 WANTS TO WHISll I SAYS LOCAL MAN L E Anderson of Annex I Apartments Becomes Cooper Convert I SUFFERED YEARS IS WELL I EXPRESSES STRONG BELIEF IN EASTERNERS THEORIES II I I The young COOJe1 stomach man who fs loeetlng the public at the Smith drug I stOre at the Busy Corner had a stren uous time time yesterdAY An endless i stream of humanity flowed Into the store I to have him explaIn his theories and medi cInes and most of the time It was a dl1fkult matter to get within speaking distance of him Among his callers were some pnthusl I ast on the subject of his treatment who la become convinced his claims arc I genuine Several of these persons ex pres31 them elves toretbl In explain I Ing the reasons for their belief In the IDJ I Among them was L IL Anderson u J lives at No9 In Uta Annex Apart I D1fots Salt Lake City He said 1 have been a V1y sick man for a nllmbtr of yt Irs ffing from stom a i II trouble I had nr des...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

I 10 91E HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 WAR VETERANS Of UTAH IN SESSION Artillery Association of Span ishAmerican War Elects Corps of Officers At a well attended meeting last night ot veterans ot the SpanishAmerican war the organization ot the Utah Artlllt association was perfected and permanent officers elected The association which in Its nature Is similar to the national organization at Spanl5hAmerican VaX Veterans wlll embrace In Its membership all members of former batteries A and B of the Utah National Guard and who saw service In the Philippines The officers elected last night were Chairman W E Slater secretary Elmer G Thomas executive committee W T Dcnn J J Myers and W H Farnes A committee on constitution and bylaws was alo appointed consisting ot Emil Johnson Thomas lIollben and J S Fer guson There are now about 300 ot the batteries who saw service In the philippines and who are eligible to membership In the association ot this number there are a...

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