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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1906

--Ih |lr«Tn f HOTEL GAYLORD— 3}<r*t eutd&fMS* Cf^/ppud Jfoaal in ftoiA+ael Co*n4f & ** r* in ir* iF ^ ■MILLER <>» LEWIS Pro|»rictora - - Columbia EalU Visit tho City’s {Prescription Jfouse. Summer ^ovots, jCatest yt/agazines* — Stylish Writing iPaper, Sportsmans Soot/s, iPorfumery, Mru - |f Candies, J/fost complete stock of !Pure 'Drugs in tho district. Columbia Stalls 'Druy Company, Siring your prescription. Tjho up-to-date Store fistos km Don’t »^oil a dan’s s|>ort by usingPoor Tackle • / Strong anc 1 suple rods, tough lines, smart flies. Finest assortment of fishing tackle in l the valley. Can make you special prices. Just the flies you want at any time of the j'j season. No finer stock east of Spokane. Sportmu'i Gooii, Cmpi&r Ostfiti RocUottoB Prictt 1 Jeutchinsons nard s ^ c 7 allsts — Dnll)- to CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE via the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB new; train the ORIENTAL LIMITED Tourist Sl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1906

VASBIMTON, IOAHO, MONTANA AND OIEGQN NEVS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchange* of the Surrounding Country—Numerous Accidents and Personal EvenU Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. Jack Hudson received wounds from which he died, and Carl Herbert was seriously Injured while leaning out of adjoining windows of the smoking car ns the train was passing through Prairie station. The men are both of Acme and were en route to Doming. Following a terrific bolt of lightning at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon many of the buildings In Spokane suffered from total failure of electric lights Sunday night and a number of small fires kept the department busy during the early hours of the evening. The fires were due to disorganisation of the system of distributing electric power through the wires. W. I. Creelman, 28 years of age, the son of wealthy parents owning property In San Francisco and Los Angeles, and for two weeks employed In the secret service of the Northern Pa...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 August 1906

■M flail* CopUi 10c. SobicHptloa Price $2.S* ptr Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 11,1806. BIG STRIKE FAILED ALTHOOGH 70,000 HEN QOIT WORK IN ST. PETERSBURG. Met with Slight Responie In Other Sections of Russia—Railroad Men Remained at Work — Strikers Threaten to Blow up Tracks—Race War at Shusha—Ask Crown Land. St. Petersburg, Aug. 7.—The fate of the general strike, .which, although It has affected close to 70,000 men In St. Petersburg, bos' met with only slight response In other sections of Russia. The lack of unity among the leaders of the proletariat organization Is playing against the success of the movement. The railroad men, upon whom the success of the entire movement depends. are still working full time. The leaders of the railroad organizations are hesitating about Issuing a call for a tieup. They fear to be deserted and discredited by their materialistic followers, who are no more responsive to the avowed pretext of this strike, namely, sympathy with the mutineers of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 August 1906

The Columbian. Published Evxbt Satttrdat. Hy r. LAXCOBB, Editor ud-OwMT. •BISCXIITIO*—$8.00 per year In advance : "Entered Feb. 2.1005, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as second class matter, nader Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1*7*.” V SATURDAY, Ane. 11, 1900. "Yon may quote me as saying that the St Paul will certainly como to Great Falls in the near future," said P.'H. Scanlan, representative of that road to a Tribune reporter at Great Falls, recently. Then alter telling tvhv he aaid so, he added, "There j have said enough for the present- about the road and its prospects, and have only to add, as the queen of Sheba-said to Solomon, that the half has not been told." Well, the Columbian is not so modest as Mr. Scanlan, and has no objection to telling a part of what he left untold. The Sfc-<PBTfl will build to Great Falls, as he said it would. Bv that time the Sun Riyer irrigation scheme will be well under way, and it will follow up that stream- lo a. point from. which, by clim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 August 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— anti Jhncst Cqufppod JVoaol /n J^/aiAtad Cottm/y W tn ^ iF IF % MILLER £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia falls is it the Citt/’s Prescription jfouse. Summer 7/ouo/s, jCatost Ttfagazines, Stylish lliritiny iPapar, Sportsmans Soods, Perfumery, Candies, tyost complete stock of Pure jDruys in the district. Columbia J’alls Drug Company, Priny your prescription. 7Jha up-to-date Store ■ GRANT & TRIPPET CM CigisiEt: COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET Fishers Fancies Don’t spoil a dag’s sport by using Poor Tackle y Strong anc* suplc rods, tough lines, smart flies. Finest assortment of fishing tackle in the valley. Can make you special prices. Just the flies you want at any time of the season. No finer stode east of Spokane. Sportimu'i Goods, Cmtiu Outfits, Rock Bolton Prictr JtutcSiinsons OUARMTEED Aesaumr PORE. brewed nun FmwbWqihm HARVEY **»• Boabwm Hw*. m _ Kalispeix' G^BREWMGCa KALIS PELL. MONT. 110 Flltl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 August 1906

GREAT FLOODS . IN SOUTH TEXAS Start Worth,Texaa.Aog. 8.—Twentyflr« people »re known to have been drowned,hundreds were rendered home lew, and 1800,000 worth of property WM destroyed ‘as the result of a olondburst in South Texas Tuesday, when the Colorado river was forced out of its banka by heavy rains. The death list is growing hourly, and it is believed that the worst disaster since the Ualveston flood has visited Texas. Belief trains are out off, telegraph and telephone wires are down, and the fate of the inhabitants of several isolated towns is unknown. General Mutiny August 14. Authentic advises received at Stockholm from Helsingfors contain information that the Finnish revolutionary organization has issued orders to its mothers in all fortresses to mutiny on Tuesday, August 14. The order still stands. Whether the outbreaks in Sveaborg, Skatudden and Cronatadt were premature responses to this decree does not appear. Horrid Murder at Tonopah. Tonopah, Nev.—Stewart Burney, a pros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 August 1906

« State Coptet H«. Sahccriptloa Pric. UM ft Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. AUGUST 18,1908. NEWS Of THE WORLD SHOUT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. At MayurlUe, I. T., recently. Dr. Patterson shot and Instantly killed Dr. Herrod. The case of the railways against the ticket scalpers of Omaha and Lincoln, Neb, has been decided by Judge Garland of the federal court and the Injunction asked for against the brokers was granted. A severe earthquake lasting two seconds occurred at San Remo recently. The population. was panic stricken. Slighter shocks occurred, at Bordlghera an l Go'dlrodlz. Tlje ‘Finnish senate has ordered the withdrawal of the red guard from the country and a petition to the em peror Is being prepared In favor of the i establishment of the old Finnish army of eight battalions for the Purpose of restoring the authority of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 August 1906

Carries a Foil Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. 0 *— * * • ' » » * - Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. ( Tele phono 20 iCALISPELL. MONT340 Main Street. j. t. mum M ian idkpi (Mia Ids Mm ' J H ^TEVJEISrS , ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Vrutioe in State and Fadaral Courte and before the land Office . Rotary Public, Poataffioe Bleak. 'Kalinpell . - - UoDtaaa. Increase your egg produce by feeding your bens Flathead Poultry Prw4 l ° T tl]t Bt Columbia Fall* T OOU. Drug Co. and Jaa Kennedy. -XLMBEU LAND. ACT JUNKS, 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stales tend Office, Kallspell, Mont. June 'Si. 1906. Notice Is hereby giver test In compllsncs with ths provisions o( the act ol congress ol June 3,1871, entitled "An set lor thosale ot timber lands in the stales ol CaUlomia, Oregon, Hevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the public land stales by act of August 4.UW. jclia l. rimes, ol Colombia Falls, county olFlsthead, Stats ol filed In this office her Montana, has aworn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 August 1906

• *.'; HOTEL OAYLORD— Visit tho City's Prescription jtfouse. •Surmnor Tfovats, *Calost JT/agazinos, Styf/s/i Writing (Paper, Sportsmans Soods, tPorfumory, Candies, tyost complete stock of !Puro ‘Drugs in JAo district. Columbia Palis 'Drug Company, taring gour proscription. TJ/io up-to-date Store . Host and finest Cquipped Jfoaot in ^latAead County & 5^ ir* 8^ ^ ^ 5^ % MULLER & LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Falls GRANT & TRIPPKT Civil Eigim COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting; and Irrigation Work a Specialty. U. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET \M fidcs Don’t spoil a Jay’s sport by^uslng | Poor Tackle Strong anc 1 staple rods, tough lines, smart flies. Finest assortment of fishing tackle in the valley. Can make you special prices. Just the flies you want at any time of the season. No finer stock east of Spokane. Spsrims's &ooie, Ciame OatSis, Ssck Sottoo FriteijK,/c/uhso»s There is no individuality in a garment made for no one in particular. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 August 1906

GRAND DUKE HCII1AS NICHILAItVITCH TARGET (OR SOLDIERS. n»* Poor Markmonohlp on Part of Crack Soldlara of Emperor Marked Hla Eaoapo—Royal Family Startled —Have Chanoed Their Plane— Troopere Exhibiting In Sham Battle. Qrand Duke Nicholas NlcholaieVltoh, marked for dellborate assaslnatlon, escaped bullets from one of the oraok corps of.the army Saturday only because the marksmanship was poor. The attempt was made during the army maneuvers. The grand duke, who Is president of the council of national defense, clearly heard the bullets bus by his head. The affair has startled the Imperial family and the plans of the czar have been changed. Though several arrests have boon made, responsibility for the shots fired at Grand Duke Nicholas has not definitely brought home to any particular •uiprlt. it was only after a long Investigation that It was determined that the ball cartridges were fired by the first battalion of sharpshooters, one of the elite corps of the Russian army. Suspicion was di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 August 1906

fhe (Columbian. Hull CtfiM IDs. Snkicriptloa Pric* $2.f* par Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, AUGUST 25,190«. VOL, IV. NC NEWS Of THE WORLD SHORT TELEfilAFH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS IF TIE GLOBL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. ▲ fire that followed a violent explosion destroyed the hat factory of Frederick Cummings Sons ft Co., at Orange, N. J., causing a loss of $306,000 and throwing 600 persons out of employment. The Great Northern, Northern Paclflo and Soo lines have filed with the Minnesota state grain and warehouse commission notice of a 19 per cent reduction In grain rates. The 'police of Racine, WJs., It is announced, have been ordered by their chief td shoot at autolsts who refuse to stop when commanded to do so. With money pouring in at the rate of a mllllan dollars a day from insurance alone, the banks of San Francisco are more crowded with’deposits than ever In their history....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 August 1906

g5'>s lilt 4,1892. MARY 8. KOSTWft bU tnte Thk Colixrabiaii. POBLUHBD JBSSHY SaTURDAV. K. r. tAECGER, Editor and Ownor. Carries'^ Full Line of Everything Pertaining. to tho:Tradei.. sparing Bodies * For Shipment A .Specialty. Telephone 20 BSALISPEZaI* MONT340 Main. .Street. subscription—^2.00 per year in advance "Entered Feb. 2,1906, at Columbia Falls, Mont., aa second class matter, under Act of Congress- of March 3rd, 1879.” SATURDAY. A us. 25, 1^06. i: i t. mmii ipiin . anttp! : toteabiaMoitaM tf H STEVEN'S ATTORNEYxAT-LAW Practice in State and Federal-Court* and before the Land Office. FdUry Public, PosUffiee Bleek. Kalin pell Montana. Increase your egg produce .by feeding your hfais Flathead Poultry ■Pruvt Fol«aate at Columbia Falls A.OCK*. Drug Co. B |„i j Ba Kennedy. -TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE S, 1878.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stales Land OBtce, Kaliipell, Mont. Juno 27.1906. Notice Is licxoby-.glreu thnt in compllunco with the protUlons ot Uiu net ol congress ol J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 August 1906

HOTfL GAYLORD— .ffiiw/ and J^/nast Gquippod JCoae/ in S^/atAoad County W »■* sr> IF IF IF ^ MILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls mmmmm Visit the City's {Proscription Jfrouso. Summer't/ovals, latest Tt/agazines, Sly Its A Wriling tPapor, Sportsmans Soocis, Perfumery, Candies, TTfost complete stock of Pure Prugs in the district. Columbia J'alls ‘Druy Company, GRANT & TRIPPRT Ciril Etginssrs COLUMBIA FALLS, MOST. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specially. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPI’ET Do yon know Uneda Bnscuit? Mrs. W. A. Barter has gone to Butte lor n visit of six weeks. Clark VanBrocklin was a bnsinees visitor at Kalispell Tuesday from this place. Mies Rose Sellman and mother are visiting at Glacier House at Lake McDonald. Pring your prescription. TJhe up-to-date Store W. 0.~ Hutchinson- and wife, of Whitefish, visited with relatives'and friends here Sunday. Capt. H. S. Howell, commandant at tho Soldiers’ Home, was a business visitor at Kalifepell Wednesda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 August 1906

HARVARD’S OLDEST GRAD. DIES. • Rev. J. H. L. Croee Wee Friend of Webeter and Holme*. Lawrence, Mass.. Aug. 18.—Rev. Jo■eph H. Lawrence Cross, the oldest graduate of Harvard college and the oldest Congregational minister In the United States, died of old age at the home of his daughter here today. Rev. Mr. Cross was born In 1808 and was graduated from Harvard In 1828. He was a friend of Daniel Webster and at Harvard with Oliver Wendell Holmes and Charles Sumner. NORTHWEST NEWS. Fire which started In the planing mill of the Lamb Lumber company at Spokane burned an entire block. doing 133,600 damage. Only $12,000 Insurance was carried. A man whose name is supposed to be D. A. Smith of Seattle attempted to board a moving oar at Portland and was thrown under the trucks and killed.- TF-— •• '•>.'» * A note by his side in Swedish saying: “Unhappy for 32 years. For What I do may God forgive me," the body of Alfred Johnson was found in cabin No. 9 In Reeder’s alley at Helena recen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 September 1906

I fhe Columbian. Unit C#yiM lt«. Sahieriptioa Price S2.5I par Year. COIjTTMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 1,190«. PALM A WANTS PEACE EXECDTIVE OF COBV WOULD TH AND AVOID BLOODSHED. President and Cabinet to Consider a 30-Day Amnesty—Fund of Two Million Set Aside for Defense—Enlistment for Army to be Large—Insurgent Bands Active. Havana, Aug. 28.—The anxiety of President Palma to extend every possible ofipoYtunlty for peace without bloodshed and his desire to permit those who Joined the Insurrection under misguidance to repent and return to their homes unmolested, combined with the general's wish to end the situation fraught with so much loss and suffering, has led to consideration by* the president and his cabinet of a project decreeing a 30 day amnesty period, during which the Insurrectionists are invited to lay down their arms and return to their peaceful pursuits. So far as actual conflict went Sunday proved to be a day of Inactivity, but preparations proceeded without abatement. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 September 1906

Carries 4k. : Fnlf Lifie-of Ererything Pertaining; to the Trade.. & iteparing Bodies Eor Skipmeiit ^Specialty; ~ ( Telephone 20 KalisPEX.I-.. mont$40 Main..Street. J? EL SQJEFSfcENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FtmUm la State and ritdaral Ooorte and b«fora.tha Land OSloa . ITaUry Publie. Poateftoa Blaak. BaliapaU - - Montana. The Columbian. PCBLUBE® EVWtT SATOBDAT. JlATKSl •BaacaiPTioM—»2.00 p«r year in advance ••Entered Feb. 2,1909, at Columbia Falla, Mont., aa second clnsi matter, oadar Act of Coogreaa of March 3rd, 1879." SATURDAY. Sept. 1, 1906. BOJUC FATHERLY ADVICE. Mcrease your egg peoduce by* feeding; your fiena; Flathead Poultry T? -_ For aala> at Colombia Falla -*5000. j) ra j Co. * n< i j M Kennedy. -TIMBER LAND, ACT JUKE 3, 1878XOTIOE.FOR,PUBLICATION ratted State*. liind CMBee. Kalltpell.MMoal. .'. June 27. leoS; Eotiee la hereby given that in compliance IrUb the proTlilon* of the act of congraaeof entitled V An act lor.the aale ot tltn the atates of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 September 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— rri* - : 'Flffjrnfc and &inost Cquippod JVooal in fiaiAead County & in in IF F IF % MILLER £» LEWIS Proprietor* - - Columbia Pali* Visit tho City's Prescription Jfcouse. Summer 9/ove/e, latest TTfagazinee, Stylish Writing Paper, Sportsmans Soods, Perfumery, Candies, 97/ost complete stock of Pure Prays in. the district. - Columbia Palis Pruy Company, 'ring your proscription, up-to-date Store i GRANT & TRIPPET Civil Csgissir: COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET Fta toes Don’t spoil a dag’s sport by using Poor Tackle Strong: and suplc rods, tough lines, smart flies. Finest assortment of fishing tackle in the valley. Can make you special prices. Just the flies you want at any time of the season. No finer stock east of Spokane. 'Sportinu'i Goads, Ciaoiaz Outfits, Rock Batten PrionPfutchinsons tl * r l™ r *., r .. Most men realize that they have personal peculiarities of figure which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 September 1906

i PEHSOJiS ARE DEAD AND 82 AIE WOUNDED. Fearful Destruction FoJIowe Attempt to Assassinate Premier of Russia— At His Country House — Dead.include His Daughter—Prominent Officials and Society People Wounded St. Petersburg, Aug. 26.—Twentyseven persons are dead and 33 wounded as the result of a dastardly at- tempt Saturday afternoon to slnate Premier Stolypln with a bomb while he was holding a public recoptlofcaftt his country house on Aptentasl®' Island. The premier was slightly wounded on the face and neck by flying splinters. Among the dead are the premier's 16-year-old daughter, who had both -legs broken by the explosion and subsequently succumbed to her injuries; General Zamatln, the premier's per- * sonal secretary; M. Khosvoff, former governor of the province of Pensa; Colonel Fodoroff, chief of the premier's personal guard; Count Chamberlain Davidoff, Court Chamberlain Veronin and Aide Doubasoff, Prince Nakashidge, Police Officer Konunseff and four women and two children. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 September 1906

I SitfU Copifi 10c. Subscription Pries J2.fi* per Ystr. NEWS 0™ WOULD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS Of THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres buring the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Event*. A comnilttoo of tho Soattlo retail grocers, who have been appointed to attend tho state convention at Spokane this year, will try to secure the next convention, that of 1907, for their city. The world famous collection of precious stones and Jewelry, the property of the late Mrs. Jane Stanford, valued at nearly $1,006,000 will be sold by the trustees of Leland Stanford, Jr., University association as soon as possible. "Queen Edna the First, Empress of AH the inland Empire.” is the title officially bestowed upon Miss Edna Lavell, formerly of Butte, wt>o will be queen of the carnival arranged by the 150,000 club for the opening night of thojjiterstate fair at Spokane. Five more Japanese have been arrested at St. George I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 September 1906

* Full Line of Brerythii^ Pertaining .fc ■ .. ■■■■■■■ .r -. i fteparfng Bodies^ Sit Sh4>|nent'A^Speeialtyv Telega# .20 BSAJalSPfilfc... MOOT. 34&MtaXxki.S*v**-. The • Columbian. PmuiajlR PRtxbt SArtTmciT. «, IT, &AXtrOEBviK<U*o* m>A Oma. MAtJUt •UMCKBIJQK—»8.00 P«r year in adyaneft “Entered Feb. 2.1005, at Columbia Falla, Mont., aa eecond data matter, oader Act of Congreas of. March 3rd, SATURDAY. Sept. 8,190ft. Ji H V iilN’S ATTQBNEY-AXdLAW rtaMtee in, Jtatan and Tedaral.Oetuta abAlrelor^the L*ad £X»oa^ EiUr, PobUh»TKdUipeU QONVKMXIOX 8WOUI.D NOMINAT*^. There if an orerwhelming sentiment tbronghoot the country in fayor of the ejection of. United States-aanatora by direct yote of the people. Tbia can on ly be attained by an amendment to the constlmlon. The senate will not permJt the qatstion of amendment to be submitted for the people to vote upon while it ie^toeaible for it to prevent it. lb do so, would be etjuivalent to. a ...

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