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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

TACOMA DAILY TIMES ]_*^ i S«i tat Omt Pn dpi M Onto _^oaky DHAUFCi S>ataM«a Otflo* Mala ***-*"£2 %&&ZZ?si2.7*£!{£X& «€^> PHONES. fgsaira.-.'ai «*bs S.ffJßSi IUOBS OBTAINS THH COMPLETE THLBGfIAPHIO MEWS BERVICK SUPPXJKD BY THE cr- UNITED PRKBS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRK. _____ I How Can They Stay Away? • There is a deal of satisfaction for Tacomans the weather reports for March. While old r«M has been howling through the east, and sh and sleet, and Ice and wind have mad* ran wicked and lion-like, Tacomans have « clambering from bed to greet a glorious iris* over lit. Tacoma, and a day full of cheer 1 pleasure. Eastern skeptics sometimes have strange Jons about the "rainy season" on Puget md, but they may be informed that there a but 2.13 inches of precipitation all month March, and that Old Sol was doing business 19 out of the 31 days with a perfectly clear ' on nine full days. With such a record, and with lettuce and •r garden truck sprouting and nearly ready eat, f...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

IMISS KARASEK HOME DENOUNCES KLEIN Mfa* Rose Karasek, who with IMlsb Dora Sauvageot was prim arily the cause of the expose of Josua Klein and Mb strange be lief, arrived In Tacoma on the 2:30 Northern Pacific train from North Yakima yesterday after coon, flhe la now at the home of CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN Good Clothes for Every Man! You'll be surprised this spring to see how many varieties there are in models of suits and overcoats. New kinks in pockets, cuffs on sleeves and cuit of the skirt. We'll show you all the latest things and best models here; we've some very stunning, smart things; we have something for every man's taste, from the quiet dresse who sticks to con ventional ideas, to the swell young chap who will "go the limit" of fashion. Suits $15 to $40. Young men's suits $12.50 to $35. Schaffner & " L/ fred Benja- Mar, clothes; Two E ntrances: Kelsercra- 1J 10 .1 2 Pacific Ave> M ' & \£ vats. 1109-11 Commerce St. Bon hat«- EASTER OFFERINGS AT THE OlvJ Al\llyi\U JT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

M^^imM^mt W0 -liflTUllC^^ IIILU .-■■■. *r , (By tTnltod Press leaned Wire.) fe: KBWi YORK, April; 2.^-Prepar- J •ttotts; are I being \ made • today ■by I, th* directors of the city, federation of women's cl üb» to hold a ' mass meeting ' next £ Thursday at '■■ the «Hotel Astor to protest against the i proposed H increased .; tax: on :% kid * gloves, hosiery and other articles lof women's I apparel, proposed Iby £ the : Payne bill. The argument Is h made that the "Increase discrimin ates against the lower priced ne cessities." f-<; >'.-'-'.T-*.'f'-'-"--■ ■ •■■■•■■ Trout! .'■ all i along the Tacoma Bastern. Call up passenger de ■! partment , phone > 1233 for correct dope, rates, j :eto.-.^;:,,. ■■ • ;;,- -••• Ws£Do not counfound "Flash" anti -septic hand cleaner with injurious 5 Imitations. "Flash" contains .no lye ;or acids and is beneficial to the skin;-s>- &-•:.-./- ,'--'-:; --■««« I JAPANESE MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM Japanese fencing. Circus of a T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

I REAL ESTATE I "_wßAt- BPBIWgBS raOPBaTT-VACAKT LOTS — ROIOM — ACTWBAOB ]&& H /\ 11 lG 120 Thousand Dollars Worth of Street Im provements Now . Going On In CENTRAL PARK NEVER BEFORE NOR NEVER AFTER this chance will you buy lots so near the business center of Tacoma SO CHEAP. "LOTS $175 UP Including improvements. Streets graded, cement sidewalks, city water and sewers. You can have gas •' ; to cook with and enjoy electric street lights. Gro cery store and meat market, coal and wood yards. Al so the fine Whitman school, with sixteen rooms, the finest graded school in Tacoma, all within one block of Central Park.' . , - Terms on any lot in Centrl Park— - . $10 DOWN AND A MONTH No forfeiture for missing payments on account of sickness or loss of employment. 1 . Salesmen on the addition, Sor 38th and M sts. Gill Home Investment Co. Off ice, 920 Pacific Aye. On Ground Floor. Chicken Ranch for Rent **• Ten acres at Spanaway; 2-room house, stable, barn, chicken house : and yard, pl...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 2 April 1909

I>AQ»PQHT B WONDERFUL CITY IN THE AIR ii nw> hi m S MERAGH wit- I^IGMMnBDiBT; TOURISTS. — . «»». ITilCed Press leased win.) i tniANiDIBGO.. Cal., r April I.— ■ >orlsts M returning from .' v ; Point [ioma today 3 are recounting their View X of v: the j most *g remarkable i irage seen In the darifled atmos | Vb«r« ■ near here tor some; time. -.form^ot -the; mirage pMi.^teslifrf|an3|Lneleat%oaßtle Bnear here for some time, first form of the mirage tat of an ancient castle hune tremulously above the I surface: of i the ; sea. The mirage | «orered Is a l large • area * and ■' ■. the * ca«tl« i appeared of Immense pro |(ortlon«. f ,v-£K^'X?,t:-;.,, w; „'..■:-:-•-:, jl;-**; While the tourists were gazing wonder i struck Jat S the • vision, it gradually disappeared and was re placed by a great city lying upon i the »lope of ,a ' mountain. .-. ■ As in I*l dream, the streets were ' broad f and white, the building tall, arch itectural V and i Inspiring \ and the f w*terfron t crowded ...

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

Page 4 Eyery Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOl-i. fl. NO. 80 TANGLE IN ELECT ON LAWS Dates for Closing of the Registration Books Conflict CLERK TO REQUIRE PARK BOARD'S RULE Registration books at tbe city clerk'B office will open next Wed nesday alter the city election and they will re-main open until the night of April 13. The park board la advertising that the books will close April 9 but City Clerk Roys after digging up the law this morning decided to kee pthem open until the thir teenth. The law is a bundle of contra dictions and Inconsistencies. The general election law provides for keeping the books open until the night before the special election. Th special act of the metropolitan park board declares the general election law shall govern and then It proceeds to say it shall not by providing that the books shall be kept closed five days before the metropolitan park election. The city clerk has no way of telling whether voters want to register for t...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS KIRD WINS REAT RACE : soorhs « bio S viaroßY«" over ;\ > OAMBUTOGB IN CONTEST ON IRES 810 VICTORY O\ KB IHBRIDOE IN CONTEST ON m THAMJK fCByl United 1 Pnm *Leased Wire.) >NDON, „f Aprill S.-Ajpsettlng t the \ prediction of the; experts,* Ox ' ford ., today • finished „ three and a half lengths I ahead of Cambridge in > the < annual Thames race > from t-PntiMr to North . Lak«, a distance lof { foor i and a , qaarter miles. <■ Thonaanda I wltaeased - the; ; »pec i ta«l»," which was one iof < the most ; netting •; races : In - the history - of ta« % two i universities. The , time .wa» 18 minutes, 50 seconds, which i fa on« minute and 3 seconds below > rwCMtl made by Cambridge In * i£-»,.IIi«, rival crews % were ;■;; seated —Gladstone, bow; .- Bak "%r. No. 8; Cudmore, No. 3; > Oar HILLMAN SURE JEFF WILL ACCEPT OFFER OF $200 9 000 PURSE -(By United Pr«MB Leased Wire.) P^§Pf| FRANCISCO, V April V 3.— ■ ,lT»t Jeffries will accept ' the . off...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

. FORM PEACE PACT tTNION pacific WIT/L USE mujWaukeb TRACKS FROM seattle to tacoma. . ■ Peace seems. to be assured all along the line In railway circles In th« Northwest. A few days ago in California the Harriman and Hill interests got together on the Portland terminal contest and ad justed practically everything, and dispatches from Chicago now de clare that Harrlman and Earling had a meeting Wednesday and definitely settled the matter of track agreements between Taco ma and Seattle and through the Grays Harbor country. THEATRICAL LIGHTS IN BITTER FIGHT (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, April 3.— A sudden uncertainty on the part al Manager J. J. Gottlob, of the Van Ness theater, the "trust" playhouse of this city, as to the bookings which are to be an nounced after September, has caused renewed Interest to be tak en In the Impending battle be tween the Klaw & Erlanger syn dicate and the Shuberts, a contest which, it Is said, will be centered In San Francisco and spr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

||&Mgr I into bwr "*™ TA°*"A i 858&U".* PERMS' I ■»*—« * «*»*■——. w^STrTtirnii — ■«■■■« ci— mjmw. taooma. ifik^'it— n.l fW ClUl tt O»M« __tSt—l_ ItMftllCP. B»«l—— Office Mala TSS-AITSS llllP'tßaWl rlHlrtrS ««»«»rl«l D*»t. .Mala p4-AI7SS sl£*LJ»|T««*s!K "MtiSlfijs^"* • ■■Vlla.O* cirenlaUoa D*»t. Mala *SS-AIT*S_ |S ■ TT*!— ;■ QItTATWa ■ TTTB ■ OOMPIJCTK : THUMBAPHIO , NEWS SERVICE SUPPLIED BY THE r UNITED 1 ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. . PI Her Home and Her Child tvs^ii I^SWbM Bertram has; given up ' a'v; successful ■ leville career for motherhood' and the home. Wh '-WlfPol let's talk about art," she said '; as she ' lwfiurad: for her final appearance. "What's art 1 £#«npar*df to the home? I have a • home and , a ;! Kghter. Applanie \is : mine ■ today. Tomorrow ( a «©•• to •omebody else. But my home and my i fljKlliHei are mine Indeed, and they are the things ] orth whUe in life." , j State la a' wise head and a true heart. '•".;-' *|i* Tfce woman who has a home and a daughter I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

WiMWSmdGOSSWorTim STAGL i AT THE TACOMA. "Girls" Is Delightful Play Clyde Fitch's most successful Comedy, "Girls," made Its debut at the Tacoma theater last night and managed to captivate practl oally everp person 'In the house. The play la a distinct treat, and abounds In humor of a new and strikingly original vein. It tells the story of three haughty bach elor maids living in a flat. The maids become so accustom ed to the presence of men that they believe they are real man haters. Nevertheless, at the very first opportunity they all fall hells-over-head In love. Miss Bessie Toner, Miss Ethel Grey Terry and Suzette Jackson, the three maids, should be praised for their unconsciously clever act- Ing. The remainder of the cast is well chosen. "THE RIGHT OP WAY" Eugene W. Presbrey's dramati sation of Sir Gilbert Parker's nov el, "The Right of Way," will open at the Tacoma theater tomorrow night for two performances. The play is taken directly from the novel, and depicts the same stir r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

odETY IS fi rjj BY A WOMAN UKBt ATTACK :, ON I MAN- ' jg ■3RB AND / MORAIiS . MADE t HI GASBEJ/8 MAGAZINE. |^|»iNTON,*Aprii 3.—Lady Violet •TiUe, daughter of. the i duke of ■trose, makes |a • violent attack <m J the "manners and morals of modern society" In Cassel'a Maga- Inc. Her ladyship deprecates the ■moralising | results of j the f enor 'mons growth of wealth," which has woken I down; the I old i barriers 'of •xcluslvenesu, j thereby making London society cosmopolitan. n Lady Violet asserts that society has ; ceased J going to •church | and > Adopted the pose; of , Infidelity. "The % whole X world 1 has muti nJed," . she writes. ,: "Girls will not ■bey < their mothers; wives will not ;* consider »:, their JJhusbands. .' The \ young,; of ; today |J are .> t absolutely wanting in reverence; the wives of today ; have I neither patience • nor generosity to '• forgive. Vulgarityj Ila the keynote of • society. "i Vulgar twealth ', has ■ been ? raised to a poal The mail fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

REAL ESTATE jj BTJITNXSS PROPDRTT— LOTS — HOMES — AOMDAOB I : Chicken Ranch for Rent || Ten acre*-at Spanaway; . 2-room house, stable, barn, chicken hou«« hnd yard, plenty water, sum* plowed land, rood aoll. fenced. Rent $6 month. - . . '• . "i Another 10 acres adjoining', with 7-room house, rent for $5.B0; •table for 12 cows, market within V 4 mile. Will lease one or both |>laces by the year. .-'-- ."'.'.. 11. P. LAWHORJf 614 Bernlca Bids. Smith & fife's Addition The moat centrally located addition In Tacoma: lota at lass than rlf the price of other additions similarly situated. South X Street Car Line >Runs through the addition, only one mile to business center, all lsta close to car; water, »< wei, streets graded and cement sidewalks all la and assessments paid. Easy Terms ■ •40 cash, balance $10 per month. Our branch of rice, corner South 23d and O sts., open Sundays, PARSONS & SMITH • - ' 616-17 California Bids;. * No Reasonable Cash Offer REFUSED : Or will mak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 3 April 1909

WHAAT PARKS BONDS WHAT TUB PARK BOARD WANTS THAT 9750,000 FOR. Build the Cliff avenue boulevard. Buy a park in the South End. Buy a park In the West End. Extend a boulevard to Point Deflance park.. Extend a paved boulevard to the south city limits. Utilise the springs In McKlnley park for waterworks. Put a water plant in Point Deflance park. Make general improvements In all the parks and boule >rd*. On April 14 the citizens of Ta eoma wttl vote whether or not to tesne $750,000 bonds on the met ropolitan park district for parks And boulevards. The park board test night Issued a statement tell ing why the money la wanted. Primarily It Is needed now to take advantage of the offer of the N. P. to give the bluff, extending from Che city hall to Old Town, flor a watervlew boulevard, as the KMrd must begin work on (his in b year and finish the work in tknm years or the N. P. will wlth **f the offer. •lore parks are also wanted and playground* for children are con templated in different ...

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

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers VOL. 0. NO 90 TAFT REPUDIA TES THE ROOSEVEL T POLICIES FINAL JAB AT OIL TRUST Exhaustive Brief, Representing Two Years of Strenuous Work on Part of Government, Is Filed in Last Great Effort to Break Monopoly of Rockefeller Interests —Fills Three Big Volumes. LAST ARGUMENTS ARE OPENED ROOSEVELT WALKS IN ROSES Great Reception for Ex- President in Naples — His Path Strew With Roses (I\j United Press lieased Wire.) NAPLES, April 5.—A1l Naples was in gala attire today to pay homage to Colonel Roosevelt and his party of hunters, who arrived on the big liner Hamburg at 4 o'clock this afternoon, after hav ing been delayed for several hours by storms. The arrival of America's ex presldent was the occasion for one of the most remarkable demon strations ever witnessed here. Visitors flocked to Naples from many distant, points, and the streets and docks were crowded with a cheering throng as the great liner, with the distin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

■OUTE «, MOMMT. APBtfD * 5, ti*^is*^!Ssa^;l,'iijr-*fj-Ai;"ij*ss3at»'>'-si. ■>, TOD A Y'S SPORTING 'NEWS rRS SHOW SEATTLE TEAM HOW TO PLAY THE NAHONAL GAME The Seattle Rainier* (what could be expected of a bunch with - voch a name) proved a decided Joke on the ball field yesterday d west down before the Timers They only got two hits all day 08 Baker and Claflln and the boys got careless or they would not Save gotten those. The Rainiers t. baseball appeared In the same •teas as old Admiral Rainier to ■R. /Tacoma. They never had Man it, judging by their exhlbl iUoa on the diamond. ■ - But Seattle sa»B the bunch really can play ball. But then Seattle has lots of hallucinations. Ifichigan Returns to western Conference P. G. BARTELME. ANN ARBOR. Mich., April 5.— Michigan will return to the "Big 8" as the result of the appolnt *Mnt of Philip O. Bartelme, to succeed Charley Baird, director of athletics at the University of Michigan. Bartelme has not come out flat footed with this -sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

King of Sweden Wanted Mrs. Van Claussen to Wed His Son AMAZING DEATHBED RK QUEST REPORTED BY OFFI CIAL OF THE NORTHERN COURT. PARIS, April s.—Mrs. Ida Yon Claussen, who is a friend of the Swedish royal family, is going for a tour in a big Clement Bayard dirigible airship, the same that entered for the Parls-to-Aldershot cross-channel flight for a $50,000 prize. Mrs. Van Claussen will be accompanied by M. and Mme. Na mnv and piloted by Clement him self.. Mrs. Yon Claussen received last night an official visit from the duke of Murdon of the Swedish court, who told her of a remark able conversation he had with the late king of Sweden shortly before that monarch's death. According to this report, hie majesty said: "I want Mrs. Yon Claussen to remain in this country." BUSY WEEK IS PLANNED BY THE LOCAL CHURCHES Tacoma churches will be busy this week. In Hebrew circles the feast of the Passover will be celebrated. This Is the annual feast commem orative of the deliverance of the children o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

SMfll 4, IIWM, JfML • M&stslfoejoi!%soAlLY. TIMES ' rtitwwn ■ nrtiT I issued bvdry afternoon except Sunday dy tub tacoha I oftkbi Ten Mi|MHr»BK*'>' PUBLISHI.NO COMPANY. ■■- • 1 COMMERCE ST. PI TACOMA DAILY TIMES IStTRD UVBIIY AVnßßlfOOlf BXCBPT SUNDAY DV THE) TACOMA I OWFICBI TOT TIMBJI PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1 OOMMBRCB ST. ■tero* ■« i**> Taa—a. Waaa., P—ft«oa — gao»a« CUum Matter. \ TACOMA. '^■iitiin' t"- -—t •— *-rri 30 Caata '- iTTtTL — DHAIIFCi »■••■«•■» OMlea Mala T3S-AIT33 MBlh fcjf Ounte* ■r Mali! By Mall CtaEtfSfflmA rllUnlLo- K««t«rl«I De»t. .Mala TM-A1733 llWl Y—.r SX7S '">Mir^ ■ HVHI.m Ctr—latla* Paat. Hala T33-A1783 OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TELEGRAPH IO NEWS SEItVICE BUPPIJED BY THE DNITEU PRKBB ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. Don't Let the Partisans Get Control of the Council Mac members — a controlling majority—will be elected to the city council tomorrow. Two front the Eighth ward make this possible. Three democrats —Qiblett, Stambaugh and Creager, and four independe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

FAILS TO APPEAR FOR HIS WEDDING Missing since last Friday after boon, A. R. Lehmann, a hay and feed broker of this city, who was to have been married In Seattle yaaterday afternoon, Is causing his friends much apprehension. Lehmann, who had an office in the Maritime building, 726 Pacific avenue, was last eeen Friday afternoon, when he took a steamer from Seattle, where he had been visiting the home of his brlde-4o be, Miss Martha Christian, a i li«xil teacher. Saturday Miss Christian receiv ed a letter from Lehmann, In which he told of having met a curious stranger on the steamer. The note, however, gave no hint Boy, Human Magnet, Upsets Household Kggs, Sausages, Books, Knives I l.v Across Room When Ue Is MOUNT HOREB, Wls., April 2. —This town has an enchanted house, or, rather, every house in which Fred Brady, 11 years old, has lived seems to be enchanted. Whenever the boy is present articles in the room move in a mysterious manner. Nearly al ways they travel in the direction in' t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

PAOB «, MONDAY, ATKBU S Messenger T£oy Is Heir To 530,000 (By United PreM Leased Wire.) BAN FRANCISCO, April 5.— Upon discovering lite own name upon the envelope of a telegram which he had been given to de liver, Willie Robinson, a night messenger for the Western Union company, in this city today open ed the message to learn that he la a beneficiary to the amount of $30,000 In the will of his father. Which had been probated in Ixw Angela*. The lad's father died recently In the Southern city. According to the terms of the will, $90,000 Is to be divided among three brothers, of whom the San" Francisco 'boy is the youngest. After receiving the message apprising the young man of his good fortune, the clerk at the Western Union office sealed it In the usual envelope and called th« lad from his bench In the messengers' room. "Here, boy, ruSa this," he growled. 30-Year Quarrel Ends in Happy Marriage : FATES 4' THROW ESTRANGED fc| OOUPUB > TOGETHKR — WEI) W IN CLOTHES BOUGHT YEARS BEFORE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1909

J\UJK 7, MONDAY, APRIL S [REAL ESTATE I BUBINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTH — HOHIB — ACRBAOE I Smith & fife's Addition The most centrally located addition In Tacoma; lots at lass than half the price of other additions similarly situated. South X Street Car Line Runs through the addition, only one mile to business center, all lots close to car; water, nwar, streuts graded and cement sidewalks all la and assessments paid. Easy Terms $40 cash, balance $10 per month. Our branch office, corner Snutti 23d and O sts., open Sundays. PARSONS & SMITH 6lii IV California Bldg. $450 SNAP $450 Ten-room house. all furnished complete. Monarch range. Party overtaken by hard luck, must sell this week. PORTER & HAENKR 320 Bankers' Trust Bldg. SNAP Administrator sale of »'/4 acres, near Bismarck, shot clay soil, only 2 more days to accept bids. Make offer. Palace Grocery Co., 1110 So. C St.. A. Muehlenbtuch. ( FOR Kill! OH EXCHAIVUE Vacant Kast Side lots In walking distance railroad yards and Wh...

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