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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

EXPANDING A GREAT RAILWAY TO MEET INCREASED DEMANDS (Continuqtl from Page Three.) Gate river the railroad east of Nimrod cute through a steepl htrl to the north Ward of the old grait' striking the former line again ot Nimrod station pursuing a direct west course through the town to the new tunnel about two miles west. Just before reaching the tunnel the line reerosses the river, another two 80-foot span bridge hav ing been cotfstructmd across the stream. After cutting through a small hill west of the Nimrod tuntdI the nev. tradks are built on the re-e taructed old grade and on an absolute rec-line to a point two miles west of 10neitit. At Willis, half way between Ninnrd and Bonita, the Northern Pacific t nd the Puget Sound roads occupy 1.051 ttons directly on the north and south banks of the river, the channel oft the stream being coitsidert aby natrroweti by the construction of the rulroirrt grades along its eitreme edges. At Fonitatsgain tlie Nortiern Pacific si'f feied greatly fr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 May 1909

When you have made sufficient mistakes by buying poor quality flour turn your thoughts to something good. Think of MIS SOULA FLOUR Then insist.that your grocer does not substitute other brands. It is made from strictly hard spring wheat, by modern ma chinery and methods, and Missoula labor. WE ARE ALSO DEALERS IN Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Lime, Owl Creek, Wyo., Coal, the "Baker" brand of Hardwall Plaster and manufactute all kinds of Millwork and inside finish for buildings. Western Montana Flouring Company TELEPHONE 85 MISSOULA, MONrANA ALONG FROWNING CANYONS TO SECURE A RIVER GRADE Another stupendous piece of ongi neering hcAdmplished by the Northern Pacific construction department is that of driving a line of railroad around the Evaro mountain instead of pulling over it. To accomplish this feat required a little over two years of time. In order to give the Northern Pacific a line on a river grade to Paradise, tunnels have been bored, great cuts made 4t the fo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

ST" DAILY MISSOULIAN FIRSTE Today-Showers. lS A T AA 1For efNfiA0Eo LET tO fNTS VrOL. XXXVI.., N0.25. ,1IISOULA, MONUTANA , ~11UNDA MIORNGNO XlA 31 , 190;1 PRICE FIE] ET MAYOR LOGA HEARS FROM WITTEN SUPERINTENDENT OF FLATHEAD OPENING WRITES TO MIS SOULA EXECUTIVE, WISHES TO CO-OP[RAE Communications Have to Deal With Handling of Registration Crowds and Policing of City and Tell of Enormous Crowds That Have At tended Similar Events. In communications addressed to Mayor Andrew Logan of Missoula, Judge James W. Witten, superinten dent of the opening and sale of In dian lands undgr the department of the interior, expresses his desire to co-operate with the local authorities in making the opening of the Flat head reservation a success. Yester day M Tor Logan received the fol lowing fetters, which are self-explana tory: Glad to Ca-operate. "You have doubtless observed from the press that your town has been named as a registration point for the opening of Indian lands, which will begin on J...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

h South venue wo choice 30x120 lots facing on South Higgins, are directly across the street from the Hammond addition, where lots are selling for $500 each. Am offering these two lots for $550 for both, and they are dirt cheap. - 0-. Bas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. SERVICE ANNOUNCES CHANGES APPOINTMENTS AND TRANSFERS IN DISTRICT NO. I ARE MADE PUBLIC. The forest service has just an nounced the following changes on the national forest in this district: Marion E. Heikes and Charles M. Haines have been appointed forest Spards on the Blackfeet national for q'et; Frank Opalka, on the Flathead; JAmes Richardson, on the Helena: John . Elliott and -6. A. Terry, on the Su :perior, and Walter Hofer and Herbert C Hudson, on the Madison. George N. McFadden has been appointed as sistant forest ranger on the Deer Logige; John E. Thompson, on the. Flathead; Archie N. Thayer, on the lo; Sheridan T. King, on the eaverhead, and Court J. S...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

TL'IE DAILY M11$I Qk~WbOAII00Qe rIeQ JUST AS THE CAB STARTED THE SWEDE FIRED POINT BLANK. JUST AS THI CARCELY a month of the four years in office of a president of the United States passes that at least one crank, more or less men tally , deranged, does not call at the White House to tell him exactly how the. affairs of government should be managed or to beg an utterly foolish favor at his hands. And there is scarcely one crank out of all that may call within that al lotted time who ever sees the presi dent face to face. Chief Wilkie and his secret service operatives and the employes at the White House are ever on. the alert for such individuals. They handle them promptly the minute they are recognized. for what they are. Once in a very great while-general ly years-a crank may get by the guards and speak personally with the president. But such an occurrence is as. fare as a snowstorm in P'lcrida in August. They come-these cranks with "mis sions" of the utmost importance- from all wa...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

t Iea3very in the Year. 4 M*OTJLIAN PUBLISHING CO. tf d 131 Went Main Street, Mis Ssul d. Moo tana. terd at the postfofice at Missoula Monttnajs t second-clasa mail matter .&$U GRIPTION RATES iToe,(In Advance) 3aily one month. ...... .............-30.7t D2Ially three months.................. 2.2E Daiy six months ... ............... 4.01 0ally one year ..................... 8.01 Weey . one yeat ....... ......... 1.51 Pot ae dad.e for foreign countries TELEPHONE NUMBER Rusin as Office 110 Editorial Roomy SUB80RIBERS' PAPERS Th Miasoulisah Ia anxious to givw the baet carrier service, therefore sub scribta a re requeated to report faults alIve y at once. in ordering paper ahanged to new address please give bid ajidress also. Money orders ant cbece eshould be made payable tc ¶'he risoullan Publishing Company MONDAY. MAY 31. 1909. MVFNJJAX, _AX f1, 15_. - hi MEMORIAL DAY. -r Fla at half moast this morning pr Flags at,,half mast in honor of the p bravey dead, whose lives preserved to n...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MISSOULIAN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. Washington, D. C., May 30. At L the Instance of Senator Dixon, y the senate, Imposed in the pending ai tariff bill the other day a duty of 1 cent a popnd on antimony ore, or an amendment, providing for which 01 Mr. Dixon had introduced some time since. Mr. Burton, of Ohio,. opposed the proposed duty, but Senator Al- ce drich and practically every other sen ator, agreed to his suggestion. Sen- N ator Dixon made such a clear case ti of the matter that the amendment cc unlike all others, was adopted without a roll call. di I want to enlighten the senator ui from Ohio as to the duty on ahti- 91 moony ore, said Senator Dixon. It is cc only fixed at 1 cent per pound, ac- cc cording to the metallic contents of eo the ore. As a matter of fact, a lit- hi tle less than 10 per cent of duty is fixed on the ore as against three of of four times that amount for nearly ev- lu cry other ore contained in the metal li schedule. I will give the figures...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

45THE DAILY MIS SOU] "The " iof of the puddigkis4i " we eatig." There is no better way to juidge a sale than by" Ihe -values offere o bitte° `wiry to learn of good, honest bargains than by at tending these sales. The items peationed below are oily a &mall proportion cf the v4 lt( oJfjer4 thibi 'week-kqupted to yiee yoa a gen'iera.l id~eq of the liadrgaiqs of fci-e( throughout . tie entire store. Visit Every Department and Learn What Money-Saving Opportunities Are Offered Cqrset Covers Art Waste Baskets Evey- day Needs (",set Qovers of ,N{iusook, Vevy pretty, floral waste OQn-Half Price deep yoke,, with wide inser- baskets, a household neces tion of openwork emibroi4ry '"sity at thelow prite of 10 0 tbe h04 and. eyes. 5g and ribbon beading, at..39 ica cardsear utton .cls. 10c box assorted wire hair pins 54 quality face veiling, in 10c duiulty tooth brushes. 1O0 quality, ft dotted sty ard.. 15 10 package pins ............. brie ruffle of fine Swise 1i rollseam binding . 7 1-24 a r...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

THIE DAILY MISS 4 PRIDE OF MISSOULA BEATS SOLDIERS CHAMPIONS OF FORT MISSOULA ARE SLAUGHTERED BY GLEA SON'S GIANTS. Abounding in amusing errors, heavy hitting and dumb misplays, the game yesterday afternoon on the south side between the Giants and a team from Company M of the fort was slow and uninteresting. While outbatting the soldiers three to one, the locals man aged to make seven inexcusable er rors, which account for the fiVe rutns scored by the boys in blue. Both Main and Smith for the Giants pitched effective ball, Waters, of the fort team, would have made a better showing with a faster team behind him. Several of the Giants' drives would have been easy outs had the red-haired pitcher's supporters tried just a little bit harder. Aside from WVhiteman's batting the contest was without features. The clever high school lad connected safely with the ball each of his five times at bat, twice for two-baggers. He also caught a nice game. The exhibition yesterday was in the nature of...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

1b T DENIES RIGHT 11UkEET PIILIPPINE COURT ISSUES FIRST ESTRAINT ORDER IN LABOR TROUBLES. Sanila, May 30.-The first re st ining order ever obtained from the Pi'lippine courts with the purpose of enjoining the actions of a labor union wTs granted yesterday on petition of thp Manila Street Railway company. t" directs that certain union mass d be not held. the injunctive, writ proceedings fal 1o* the calling off of the recent stfhike of the street car employes, 44ich led to a factional split in the oanrmen's union. The dominant fac tidfl, headed by President Obrerha of tI Manila Labor council, decided alter much discussion to renew the strike and to boycott the company. A, manifesto was issued declaring thi company unfair, and a series of m etings announced for today (Sun d dy,), with the names of those who w uld speak. he agitation was not accompanied b any specific demands on the com py, and ae the majority of the steet car operatives are not mem bicrS of the union, the strike had li...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

One of today's little ads G may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: 1054-Onc. M. E. G.-One. J.-One. 1. X. L.-One. C. G.-One. O. P. X.-Fifteen. M. C. K.-One. X. N.-Five. H. 5-Three. L. 10-Five FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC'M FURNISHED COT tage. Pgrticulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-THREE-ROOM HOUSE: water in yard; lot 30x130. 713 Cooper. FOR SALE-THREE LOTS, IN South Missoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on' lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. PEAUTIFUL MISSOULA HOME; 7 large rooms, modern, partly fur nished; cement walks and cellar; 45 fruit and ornamental trees, berries, garden; two-story barn, 12x30; any reasonable terms; $1,500. Phone 238 black. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO cance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. n., at Elite hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs. Van Curen. PRESSING SHOP. RED APPLE TAILORING &...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 May 1909

BUSY CORNER. Missoula's Best T Grocery A lt Our store will close at 1 s, o'clock Monday for Decora tion tday exercisek. T Will open at 7 a. in. Toes- r day, 1kth a full line of every- ~ thing on the market. Phone 98 I ;THE BUSY CORNER. t Q Free Delivery t Don't hesitate to call Phone 10 and ýk us to deliver your drug r want ,during the time the bridge it is ou It makes no difference how large or small your order is, we gladly send it without extra bi charge to you. m We carry a full line of drugs ti and drug store accessories. si ft T Missoula Drug Co. W .OLESALE AND RETAIL F Higgins Ave. and Front St. s PRONS 16 ti hi e money on your Wall Paper g tl and Paint ti. ft by getting our prices. rS }IMONS ti 312 Higgins Ave. S s S MOVED We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ture salesrooms in the noithwest and our stock is in keeping with the store. We will be glad to have you call and see how we are situated. You will be pleased, we are sure. J. M. Luc...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

;!~P~ 2fr~a~~~~~?;e ~irj~.aci~:~' :i\~ 'a ~ ~ ~ ,~il·i~~::p~; ·e I'444"·· A! .' :: *·VI SOULA MONTANA, TUESDAV ORNING , JUNE 1 1909'.· PI I .l"~il~lJt~~"R"ua~::: =64I:. SE a s DTRY lY C S I'i rI: ý IT y, Ml8SAJ1A'& *PO~dATrON I~ *H:WI : TQTHAN AND. ~US ?fllouSAI iangf T so th& Polk Dirq Work of His ,a44 p "t' th City Shows That WEa 2;0 OPeopie Who Are of Misequla has a population of 20,250. This is the estimnate. miade yesterday Cby. . Th6 mponE. gel' Of the, 52," L 6 t 4d tot Work, When ote, :*xl4'f tire city portion of th r ew dirmr had been coun pletedt-dwt buaed, "I ,gyve: nR e over: the -enumeration careiye ;sid Mr. Thognpson to a 1 Miao' lan gr;porr "and' have been q i ett iveIn nmy Astibsate; it SaV y wmistake .tt , on the ids. t lihave` eliminated iall diplpiqo O nd ave taken the shall Cfacto; " :i t hisi1 for comrput hng& '.t: 9i0.1i .n* fr&om the number of iislb .the directory liet. This i .fs a: pleryktive factorand, as I say, i atherqva. e.nan error, it I...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

1 ý 5y~d ý a t' ti lo n, ot \h Y 6 d pereot day, the aie of y the ear,g $. mii. P ?tfto11a, ar i talia agd }betn- pneumnoni a. ment r the funeral h.. r. ve lodtinS either one ............. t. wo ,, to po forp. rm. et . .... J.........2..9 . and fro .he Southw , laoae 27,ii" . ii as QMHLANGELO DIE8. t years, died yesateraay morn.o bcause of Bath being pneumonia, Sangements for the f.uneral ha S ta to P. UC Santd after e date oack -fare to Iou ots willa be $1 To, odtingeither one or two es. Special arrangements e made 'toprovide for prompt Ie t and from South Missoula. ON, & M'`LtEOD, Phone 88. & 2`ELLINGROU , Phone 88. "d to Reeva' ,Muaio House. Belena. Howe's Thisa e the t ha ae anown 1. i f per bottle. Sold buy l Pamily Pills Ibr constipation We itcitour Trade Fiu Win" L` iquo rs .,. !: 04 Cigars u ý Promy J, 1EPW ER ;,,Wood~ Theonl no-n~cotpil cure. Only, a 'rs ý *vei4 a. r 2~ 1ce~o he finest fruit ' onmile froi .amfl ivo inez acres of be fruitif 'h t va r Thispropety is o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

FORME!R ,.flERI1FF ACOUSE D OP CONTEMPT COP IRTR A RESULT OF LYNCHIN.'; SWAhington, 1May 31.-A unique case of Ctet e of' the Utnited States su prerilo eoart wA:lbe barought to a close next Tuesday' When ,,oil.ityr Sl eiff John F. Shlp,, Depluty Sheriff ;ere iafat''Gfison of fIamilton county, 'ehattanooga, Tenn., arid' several ieel' 'dents of the community will be brought before the chief justtees of the United' "tte., sub.eine court to JO.IN'F: SHI pP be punished.--t is alleged that th" sheriff connived at or participated ir the lyneholg of Ed Johnson, a negro, oh 91aidh 19;' 190ff, In Chattandoka. Johnson hadl been coniected of ciriminal esiuult updd A 'wite schdol girl and sentenced td death by the state coUtrt.'l The United States circuit court rbfused to grant a writ of' ha beds cdrpus, and on March 17, three days before the date set for the exe oution, al application was made to Justice Hahrln of the supreme court at Washington for an appeal from the order'of the circuit court....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

4eet, e tcN R'iE f h ei-- lme. . . il s ail for J ig e 1009. ?V41,LPHONENUMBE rnis110E" oia''m 1 1ý8C9ý 8'PPAPER38 M~s6ui~v hi iota · 0 PPU&ATION. r4rii WMhoT Algoutiian gives, sodigmras, th ;estimate of vrt the populatlOO (', indio ated by PO completed. for names }t' he· rty directory. t~a.ls a splendid 4Stn Sin$ ditidn of Missoula; te b4 i*i4 the twenty I/0) ir. Thompson hsg r ,e 'i4 In the prepa SHes eHe ti ater has rat voly and he p te popubltin 4p 4tsof t at this eatitpte there should. l "fu)qggizance of the dif ni , dir a getorY capvas; 4 s enumeration made by it Tn'"the egoyernment c'n" e hcity onwl ebome perns ras(dtltin tle; aty limith, the d f r ivass 60iclq .0all persons ?their tl at thed Misseoula i hetotal whiel is ahoWn tetlitnte of Mr. 'Thqmpson, is .fing pared wrti that which upon thee dirMetory of two odlt e g . 4t ates an- increase of re come1x tthousan4 in lssoula ' Sp stat Pting the pt - ` twe lty, our SiuIt; i h:: eha rat t of i.crease, utas mucha as the tot...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

S RMN E S MA· s ý EGiAL 8 RVA S Washifgtos, D; C.,. May StL--T he followowig fourth-class postmasters have bgii . pointed for Montapta BlaclkootR- Rbert, O. McMillan. 'Corwin Eprinas i.,1. ''oHlliday. Benchlan Herring. Star postal service has been ordered eqtablishie§4 _ tweni Ewalt and Elta l ska, twl:e" a week, beginning June '7th. The deIlvery of mtal by m ssenger. from the Calabar ,pqstoffice has been authorized frdminthb'-first of June. A Colum;bus boy, Burt Annin, Will enter the United States naval acad emy at Annapolis, Md., next month; he having passed tlfe usual entrance examinations. He took the examina tions upon designation by Senator Carter, and.was the principal candi date. The postoffice department is in need of a clerk W'o can : trgnslate , the Spanish, 'rdrich, Italian and 'Scandi navian languages, as considerable cor respondence between the postal sys-I teams of these countries is conducted by the American 'government. On the 23d of June .an. examination will be he...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

K, 1> ......l not Ft 8 Q cher Mt dsty Y - it lT7 s t o°'. Excursions VIA Short Lik R. R. L ago and return .. . . ." $ 0 , o an return .5....25............. Ill, a nd retu . .. an. .e , ..... ................... ...... . .w .. . 24 I River tdrmi nal s Sioux City to iK nsas City) ...................$4200 Colo o Springs and P bIo d ..d retin ......$81.. 5 ?.You i Trip . . ri Route an Vi iagnific lorado Seton salerPtune 4,, 5-1, 1., 12 16 ad ;Ju~y 2, 3, 2 ? ,n t . and 14; y . 1 '..transi . ort iune City Ticket Ofip e No rt a t utte, Mont§ F pI$y L, :D. F. & P. A. &SSNfER RECK ptk 'an,, May 31,-Santa Fa 91 1Iaf k da. n' a estboundo was qckM (tP~ebIdy this mornring, 4 wreck ;a0s caused by a freighlt ccki Io the eastbgnd track, the grs Ing been piled on the westbound itk tin front of the oncoming pas er train The engine, baggage e ad iiail car eaent into the ditch. C h s.pmn - as mait clerk,' was In-' a ty 1 4 edP a erkins, a it 4 W, raVis, ; baseg iema, re sletly injtured. "da ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

: w ý ·· I_ - - - b ice . .» y ·ý HELENA AKES SEVEN STRAIIGIT CAPITAL CITY TEAM OUTPLAYS IDAHO NINE IN TWO ME. MOR'IAL DAY GAMES. STANIING OF THE CLUBS. * National League. Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ..................26 12 .684 Chicago ...............23 16 .590 Philadelphia ............17 17 .500 New York' ................17 17 .500 Cincinnati ................19 21 .475 Brooklyn ..................16 17 .- 471 St. Louis ..............." .17 24 .415 Boston .....................12 - 4 .833 American League. Won. Lost. Pct. D)etroit .. ................25 12 .676 Philadelphia ............21 14 .600 New York ..............18 13 .580 Boston ...................... 16 .543 St. Louis ..................17 19 .472 Cleveland ................16 21 .432 Chicago ..............15 21 .417 Washington ............ 9 24 .272 Intermountain League. Won. Lost. Pct. -elena ...............1......16 6 .727 Salt Lake ................13 9 .591 Butte ..........................11 -11 .500 Boise .......................

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

6 -f hb fight of the A riclj ankers' 4o on t tt th Carter postal saip2g. bath 44g di not cease iweenf it temporarily W Smothered in congress last sea 1 fo? an 4tivg capplign is being m e, blr the ankiars change pui.i, ie ntimentt ~ith l1, i undisputal ly l in vor tlie t` beft the. bit comes up a ' e heqdquar to of til } S i isa in Ch ca ,t Mle Ch;irman Lusis Teter is max, in igorous efforts to enlist the act iv7 d of " L 4har 8 0 rbanks of -th unttryvg i ng14p out propagan- d y the tens gands, of copies, at isa t it at every op 'tunity ently Ina s4 g a state b era' a edsc I lfirman Teter a . i "it nip Iet'jfptry plain to ev e e that no col tia t of usy iUen w h cotore t y u Qou1p nl w 11 oe e aery ct:et of th ou .t A felt, therefoue; th t oh *do . tidbe ac tmp ris `tter sq reliy pup O. o hel the 1 oa i . .eal dmen, is one th alto *a a of ps, di tre S pi of every oba Ing elentry. it ture, were placed 9 t n o of eofficersoaeach of t o m y l22,000 b .of the' t.' S es, these officears w...

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