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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

EM ?™ Wa mm y i to Mr, sad Mrt. Chwlw , Blant^v and Solon Dyr^ 8und*yeU in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Centeri are bacit ty Claudefor another short visit. Kodak pictures developed and finished at Carr's Studio. Phone 1M. Harold Hamilton left Wednes- day night for Illinois ona'busi- ness trip. , / Money to loan on Armstrong county lands. W. A. Askew, Amarillo. Texas. , Prof. B. H. Warren of Good- night, was a business visitor to Claude Saturday. LOST—Lap robe, plush both side, horse-b^ad design. Return to News ofGoe and. receive re- gard. Coming soon, at the Claudia Theatre, "A Fool There Was," a Big Feature you can't afford to miss. Robert Warwick in a William A. Brady feature, "The Dollar Mark," at the Claudia tonight' Admission, 10 and 20 cents. Why not turn your strawstacks and stock fields into cash by buy- ing some cows, hiefers a^d calves and bull ualves? 1 have theui at a reasunablu pricu. Sue D. \V. Badgley. The Claudia shows the best pictures made, the Mutual pro- gram, represen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

mmm / Ifhutratad from Scant* In thi Photo Drama of tha ' Sams Nam* by tha Thanhousar Film Company F* 'I V yp *1 :||p| •i 'V ' v, V' 4 «i (OtpfriCbt, UU> bf BhoM KaaQrath) •YNOPSIt. Stanley Htrtrravi, millionaire, after •.miraculous escape from the den of a* (sag of brilliant thieves known a* • Black Hundred, Uvea the life of a raoluae for eighteen years. Hi on* night enter* a Broadway rant and there comes face to fi Hargreave y reatau- face with the gang's leader, Bralne. After the meeting, during which nei- ther man apparently recognises the •ther, Hargreave hurries to his mag- nificent Rlverdale home and lays plans for making hie escape from the coun- try. He Writes A letter to the girls' echool In New Jersey where eighteen years before ha had mysteriously left nn the doorstep his baby daughter. Florence Gray. He also pays a visit to the hangar of a daredevil aviator. Bralne and members of his band sur- round Hargreave's home at night, but aa they enter the house the watchers B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

^ 2 ■mm::: Jru""r>- ■ k}\ ffil P$ * ' mmi; I I Apt of Tomatoes. I' " ■■'> I <J. M. BBNTtiT, Tenn?««*.> la much may be "accomplished In I control of Insects and fungous i by the use tft Insecticide* and more attention should ba to the prevention of the Intro- i ot crop pests by judlclousleg- itlon, to the selection ot resistant < that* to tbe elimination ot weeds , Mid wortbless plants whlcb harbor ' pests or act as Intermediary hosts ' and are often of the same family as : those under cultivation, to Judicious rotation^of props and to better drain- ' \ age, cultivation and fertilization. Cultural methods of overcoming at- tack and injury by pests are based upon a knowledge of their habits and life histories. Simple rotation, sea- ' son of planting, the use of trap plants, fall plowing, early planting, and many other average operations of the farm, If done with an Intelligent knowledge ot the habits and development of the pests to be controlled, will often ot themselve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

HfflPsUsSSe FtMB' v. • - R S¥a ; life !f , H , \Q '# i~! tve no use for food and • clothing after you are dead, but . Wife and Children will still need clothing and three meals a day, and it is up to you to make am- ple provision, so far as you are able, for your family. The best, easiest and cheapest way to do this is to take out a NEW LIFE policy issued by the ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIA- TION. W. R. Gibson, District Agent. M SMilfl is wxwmim The Claudia ..Mt. -* ■ We have started the "Million Dollar Mys- tery" again" \ It will be shown each Thursday until fin- ished. Look for advertise- ment on Feature Fri- day. The Claudia Three Removes Are As Bad As a Fire We hava a ad the 'irt and four removes sinco boing in business in C Uude. 'j his week, the next or the next one, we will move in to room No. 2 of the Cavins-Watson block. WJtion j'ou buy at tho G^to City Drug Store you get what you -ask for and get your money's worth. Drugs, Drug Sundries, Kodaks, All School supplies nd 8ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

: . . . WiM^g 'tiff :V.'J « If$b '$$! x'- Im, mmm E# ,„_., HSrliSi SS£r w-' I > AtfNdll * tibbjr CUe*« H" grocer $ Are Thty (till Friends? The young women present were dis- cussing their ages. And one of the (lrri. tald:' "I .don't know what It is about my appearance, but everybody always guesses me a lot younger than I really am." A^d another of the girls answered, oh, so sweetly: "Oh,- that's after they have heard you talk, isn't it, dear?" Good Reason. First Motorist—This is terrible heat. Second Motorist—But you must re- member we have been scorching. DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right. Make sure. t Take "Renovine"—a heart and nerve tonic. Price BOc and $1.00.—Adv. Explanation. "What's an automobile lunch?" "Why, the kind you see put up all ready for a motor trip." Smile, smile, beautiful clear white clothes. Iled Cross Ball Blue, American made, therefore beet. All grocers. Adv. There are 28,000 printing establish- ments in Italy. Ask anybody about it—Hanford's Balsam. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

SMfi: Swll pr**- which can bis Mid of vety few shows. Fields' ^deUgbtftrl natural qujet mauuer of acting makes biui a universal • favorite, and in "Old Dutch" he is at bis best iu action and in dialogue. It is hoped he will come back again soon. W*ry i :■ City Garage to Oc- cupy New Building Work has been commenced on n ii3W building for the City Garage. This building will bo located just east of the present location. It will have a concrete floor and will be built of sheet steel. The new building will be considerably larger than their present building. The building is being erected by C. O. Kijjht At the Methodist Church. We have but two Sundays left before our annual conference con- venes. I very greatly desire a full attendance at our services on the part of our members, and friends. We especially urge a full attend- ance next Sunday. Let those who have not been out to church for some time come. We will have something of special interest. All strangers in our city and all friends...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

JsflP :ounty wSs£ mm* K .«V'SfeTO fNTT. TEXAS. OCTOBER 21). 1915. NO, "r ^gg^|M^ppppaW>MMK;Mg MBaWWBWMWE *BP—■——**——c**"1" "■■■ "hw i .iiw ,wi —i^——■—an——ct—■—^ 1st, lW5, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize 9 Goodnight-^WKeat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. ( JON GO^PLAY HERE XUe organization of tho annual publication of Goodnight College, known as the "Buffalo," put on a pfcyfcare last Friday night, the pro- 00Mb to* go to the benefit of thpt publication and tbe High School ' here. Jhta is the first time that the {•tailor Glass of Goodnight College ever attempted u publication of this kind. They plan to get out some- thing like a hundred pages and bound on the order of similar pub Ucations in other schools, the La Mirage of the -Canyon Normal and Clarendon College Wester. Carr Henry is the editor-in-chief, Leo Thomas, literary editor; Oscar H. Miller, business manager, and Miss Mary Conrad, assistant business manager. The first three live at Goodnig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

IPPwSI •VMOWlt. 5 KiSM;1 Wm wm*a Hit m ;&9f 1 ot th« Blaok will try to cat . in hontt"" he, writes own hom* by a l Mcaplnc h«, writes a. let- •' school, where eighteen tor* he mysteriously I«ft oa th* his baby daughter, Florence rthiR® Hargrsave also draws ft"* ®"llon dollar* from the bank, but It - ^ 'V. " ZJ**0!}*# V?" thl* droPP«<' ln>o th* Ma tbeballoon he escaped In wai punc- ■' k ■ :!£*"•, * *ence arrive* from the girls' e?°o . Countess Olga, Bralne'a oompan- gn. visits her and claims to be a relative IstoltSfh ,,e ,ec_''v5■ C*'J- but their plot By y bribing the captain of the Orient Nor- jwd lays a trap for Bralne and Ills sane TBy plan proves abortive through Bralne'a rood luck. After falling in their prst attempt the Black Hundred trap *? rence. They ask her for money, but ! , V.0*1*1' ** 'n foiling them. Norton and the countess call on Florence the «?! a«y. once more safe at home. The visitors having gone, Jones removes a section of flooring, and from a cavity Jf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

Jfe >-v V* «.'■ M arc: CgfcffiaJsagtfSS MIS „JSs3fl SSWifts Bif# ■ ■{■ '.■; %:W"M mm. .. i RMW IR m^ The First State Bank will receive bids for the Store Building, formerly occu- ? pied by the R. M. Franklin Grocery, up until Monday morning, November 1st The First State Bank of Claudef ©@ LOCAL AND PERSONAL ! ~ K R. A. Moore attended the Fair the first of the week. Carl Appling took in the bights at the Fair this weok, C. 0. Right was a visitor at the Fair first of the week. Swat tho Smut. Oct the awat- ter at The Gate City Drug Storo Ed Yelton visited with liis wife and children (it lledley Sun* day. J. K. Craft and little aon were visitors to the Dallas Fair' this week. .'Money to loan on Armstrong county lands. W. A. Aakow, Amarillo. Texas. November 5th. J. W. Martin wa3 hero this week on business. "Sunny" Howe "'as a Claren don visitor Sunday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Surrier, a boy, Wednesday, Oct. 27. Kodak pictures dovelupod and finishod at Carr's Studio. Phone 105. Earl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

L ^ * ®S4 iwwtfl__ Ut by bar ~t W b6« Princeton photographed u aha appeared recdtay In San Francisco bay flying hSr homo*" tl r*n 00 t0 M uncharted coral reef off Samoa and tank. ShfS'wss pumped i and the hole In her hull patched, and she la home again after an abaence of five years. ITALIAN TROOPS CHARGING IN THE OPEN : W vJmk io Ott until the ... r.TU|l." t .. .. ,t......-yaut far a good olalmod the other. "What sinful ex -4ravaganeal I# my family wo uao a (an tor two or three generations, and. -this it;how w« 4o it: We open the whole (in, but we don't wear It out by waving it. Oh, no! We "hold It still, like this, under our noae, and 'wave our tace!"—Everybody'*. Warrior of Today. George Wharton Pepper aald at a luncheon at the Plattshurg training camp tor officers: "The method* of warfare have changed enormoualy In the past year. The stford; for example, t no longer carried. The swurd has quite disap- peared from war. "A story comes from the Argonne about a French chasseur who t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

_ m-' "Sffl. F?VV > •j ' ;S?M E>j& \ HHP* heflfHWf '■ T,*>'.Vi '-f ^S^%4b5Wv9HM JV f ■ <£*] '.r. J •d£-.' 'y. i^tsS a^>p:Xj; ;d|iPf KSemmeirt* pilKln* Had • to U«r<f. Abe* lUtullkl ■•••—' •' - ! i-. ."-W-f" £«£&!* ^ ~ T * ^J , Young Bttkla* li an enthusiastic.de- votee of amateur photography, tie aU vara Insists upon "takteg" hi* teatijr and friends posed In more or leaa. ar> tiatlc attitudea. Not long atfo there waa an exhibi- tion of the work of a local photograph- ic club to which the young tallow be- longa, and where were dtaplayed the resultsof certain of hla effort* to Im- mortalise hla family and frlendi. In one corner hung a group of flgurea twisted into the most extraordinary positions, the general effect being that of persona in various stages of par- alysis. "Who in the world are those queer- looking people?" asked someone. "Oh, those are some of Bllklns' strained relations," said a bystander. wHY Moxt r ; It is one of the most is rtant functi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

.s Si! Ms i f $8s3 1 nounc«mcnt« Tax Asaessoi : J, F. SEWELL. I Some of our people have al-' ."ready prophesied that the new * business man's club will uot Jr last two mouths > So far as we isislSgp fit*'® concerned we hope that ' 'the premonition of the "good : "brother" is incorrect. The / Claude News is for the club as 1 long as it is run in an orderly mantfer, aud we can say that so tar as we know it has been /.a \ i'uu strictly thus so far. •Some J of our people arer opposing it, J' but the fact stands cut con- spicuously that those who op- pose it have never attended a - meeting of the club or even been iuside the club room and therefore kuow very little about what they are opposing. Some have gone so far as to suggest the boycotting of the business men who belonged to it, :i very narrow view, we think. So far there have been no swearing or a drop of whisky nor any row- dyism whatever in the club room. It is organized along ra- tional and moral lines aud when it degenerates...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

Mm . ~vr. m %£ M MsT; E N B W tf SP" ;*st Hk ;«y r - IF® :* —-- ■ >' $ ■X:>> I _ That'* Different. "When we want' to ear something tnat we don't dare lay In English, we u«e French." "And when the French want to say something they don't dure say In French"— "Ah, you could make your fortune In Paris If you could only discover that something." | For the Human System. Fcr cute, burns, bruises, 'stiff neck, sore throat, sprains, lame back and bunions, use Hanford'a Balsam of Myrrh. It Is guaranteed. It la for ex- ternal use only. Always have a bottle on hand, ready for accidenta. Adv. The password to the Tower of Lon- don is changed every three months Itt&fC/i r/V~ArC(f/iZlW2;/9/5 The Kind You Have Always Bought. T'^hL'lil16 Cau"°,n aPP"®d to the publio announcement of Castoria that heZX^^ Ei""'Tr aUon to th'n Ul^ 'j ^ 0,111 t,,e att,!n,io" «' thn younK«r gener- ation to the great danger of introducing into their families spurious medicines. nefarious h„^nrfg rtU3,i..th!lt t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 October 1915

fiXK if::,- tj! w ■ « §JSi## ■?% v ^affgfr ;vy. - f ^v;: W&F^ rS'-^mi v-& £2 lv:< . '• . - l.:.tl ••. W - wM1, G«i • '-v^1,. r -^■-r fT-TM i$ .. • W':-« sel 0 I IB c omplete line of every- thing. et us help you save your money. cquire the habit of depending on us. * , t se us and out- store to/fill your wants. D epend on us to have it or get it for you. • / V, xpect ty, best price, courtesy and what you want. ,1 at The Nyal Quality Store Brook-WoodburnDrug Co. 'We e have said what* jlieve —| . '•?- wp Knocktjri^^'Si"m.ikul'^ slble," he said. n,. IVnrnnr hfto-m. cause we believe be of great ■%etYe?ffe1Sst?ns'ible, •tronger than you are. And I don' wish to hurt you. Walk on ahead of me. It will be utterly useless to «<*rpn m ' ' ■« can see for kind thnt illPP'1 «f tno 1^1'- we are -j* ... the week. Dr. Warnor begat, "jis coming up . aerations tbio*. ^ " s the cigarettes they were Ell "acci- orton dents;" he could not have proved any firmly- eon- DR. WO.LCOTT, A eta's* " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

•aSipSHL ••-'•"?&> . 'Ni- *>W? .'" >-ht '-'■ -: ti'v ' v > '<"< ••','>.Vv& •• ,*r- .-JT^. ". s '' '<*•«• '%'.':■*■# .• ;•** /%*.••'•• *'#*"' *v< •?" - • • ' ,• S w'-: -V-- $ ;■■ >;• "V •■ ' • • ft- . #■' •• :•■;■•: " .... .. pFTt %fl :■ W m %^';."i ; *■'■■% v-fc'. * ■. - fcll.ll l • i im •«/;•/;. ■ -■ «r f' FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY ■>SSf "it! vol. x i v. I MA TIP R All.MSTHONCt COTJNTV. TEXAS. XOVEMHEH •*>. i <)j jsro. 7 Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize9 cars; Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. w REAL ESTATE MARKET GETTING AC11VE; CASH FIGUR1NGINALL DEALS W. H. Snyder to J, T>. Massey, 320 acre*; consideration, 8-1,'>00. Earl I'1. Wright to .1. F. W ard, 820 ncres; <•<.• . • uii.m siti.OOO. E. F, Hu>viing to Clias. Har- well, 120 acres; consideration $6,"000. A. A. Morris to G. W. Weigh man, 640 acres; consideration $H,000. S. P. Hac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

en the French want to T they don't dare say In "Ah. you could make youffortuns in Parte If you could only discover that •NMthhii" ■3*3/5 illimin ^yjfaiih Tor «*., bum. bruises, stiff neck, •ore throat, sprains, tame back and bunions, use Hhntord'a Balsam at Myrrh. It la guaranteed. It later ex- ternal use only. Always hare a bottle OS hand, ready tor accidents. Adv. ■ I n I i i ■' I. The password to the Tower ot Lon- don is changed every three months. The Kind You Have Always Bought. rpg. 1 ovei of fathers a I U the caution applied to the publlo announcement of Osstorja that is been manufactured under the supervision of Chas. H. Fletcher for iCastoria. Werespe _ gjj- basing < . j wrapw peers on both sides of the bottle & over 80 yean—the genuine Castoria. >Verespeotfully call the attention _ as and mothers when purchasing Castoria to see that the wrapper bears hk signature in blaok. When the wrapper is removed the same signature ap- on both aides of the bottle in red. Pare...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

Mr :mm ft?". -J" : *-■'!* irfl p : \ - ♦ '*■■ J T'< ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL .rp jiofl (jr.'i • it . I.u Only 18.75. The Racket Store will buy your W- ' Ffesh breed and pied at the City Cafe. « C. Wolf is on thasiok list again this week. The City Cafe will buy your eggs and butter. II. L /lobley was an Amarillo visitor Monday. '•*' f' h "or White's Oyster Sup* par i;T" uvxt week. J. H. Stalling* was a business visitor to Amarillo Tuesday. Swat tho Smut. Get the swat- ter at The Oate City Drug Store. W. A. Loguo of Amarillo woe a business visitor in Claude this week. Take one. The Claude NewB and the Star-Telegram for only $3.75. FOR SALE—Turnips, 50o a bushel at the patch.—H. D. Mc- Curdy. Tho Dallas ftemt-Woekly Farm Nows and Claude News one year each, $1.75. The Gate City Drug Store looks spick and span in its new 'ocatioti The City Garago has moved into their new building and have i real nice place. Money to loan on Armstrong county lands. W. A. Askew. Imarillo. Toxas. Iloadqur.rt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

Wm i &V&$fo-'$mi>4l.i.wURfltwtiiiisrSV**' .«£ ' m'mrm f'Mws ■■''y'lity 'iSSsfii* ■ ■ ■ ^ 14 •'-.. -.y j y y ss ?e# With ml B jro« fceiw. or pUk. Mad* iflM tU ril «J famotli M«li- eaa (onuita. ■ T] mmmm ■ ■"* t jr| W ' UMiul tut/ dub ujrwban —ujr tim. Libby, McNeill ft Libby^ Chicag Look for the triangle grocer « BEJT WAY? TO Are They Still Friends? The young women present were dis- cussing their ages. And one of the girls said: "I den't know what it is about my appearance, hut everybody always guesses we a lit younger than i really am." And another of the girls answered, oh, so sweetly: "Oh, that's after they have heard you talk, Isn't It, dear?" Good Reason. Motorist—This is terrible First hee t. Second Motorist—Hut you must re- member wo have been scorching. DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right. Mak sure. Take "Renovlne"—a heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and Il.GO.—Adv. Explanation. "What's an automobile lunch?" "Why, the kind you see put up all ready for a motor t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

*.y BsSif ■\r By HAROLD MAG GRATH •B i .1 i ' -■, * '' Itoutrated from Scares in th* Photo Drama of tht Same Nam• iy tha Thanhoutur FUm Company (Copyright, nii, by Harold MaeOtath) SYNOPSIS. Etar.'.oy Krrs'vavc, millionaire, after It miraculous em-upe from the den of the CAng of brilliant thieves known as the Black Hundred, lives the life of a recluse for eighteen years. Hargreave accidental- ly meets Draine. loader of the Black Hun- dred. Knowing Braine will try to get him, he escapes from his own home by a balloon. Before escaping he writes a letter to the girls' school, where eighteen years before he mysteriously left on the doorstep hit baby daughter, Florence Gray. That day Hargreave also draws one million dollars from the bank, but it is reported that this dropped into the sea. when the balloon he escaped in was punc- tured. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga. Braine's compan- ion. visits her and claims to be a rela- tive. TWo bogus detectives call, but the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

mMM SPM1 fa4tt*tOla««ft,Ta. : t ibmi n. msHor. Eaitor. ®5f: at the pMtofloD at blawl*. Tana, ai wooad-oUii matter; ^'■wiptfea • HJt p*t Amu l Advtnc* 1 . 1. 1 . \nnouncem«nt6 F -r Tax Assesaot: J. F. SEWELL. , r„,. tbepowsge back to New York. A good wav to tlo is to trado with tlj« home merchant aud save vthn worry about the post master charging too much postage whet) you have to s«nd tbluge back. •> ;' ' > ••. '•••• " . • ' ''• * < ,■*"* ■ ■■■.-.. i .v^ , '"-■'■ r • .. ... _____ ■ ' ■ ' • < f MMM. i rt. .ITi. ...... ' * 'IV modem tuaguet--woti- m: Mum pouploiare luO'bivy ti '••good. ' if love waft ?motioy sotuo _ol ti s would be paupers. *'N« « Restaurant." B et l r r« a to °rrt Boiis nnaji, the t S Li'Cl'.im artist, * « a msnv >«r at the Grand Opart compsrv a> Ik* Itiit thaatar, Kiel, Germany. Kit.' •t the i iScatters of the German tSersfere {"■♦T'entlv honored by «%e !■• msrt •?: Kaiser Wllhelia Mr Boksnean dropped into ■ rea le'irsnt ipi hat he supposed was res...

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