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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 August 1908

THE DAILY PANIIANDLR ra 1 I 1 ! I if I ft 8 B' ft ft rrj w ho Are the Mo st Popular Youn adie I n The Texas Panhandle? This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle and to the Young La- dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give la lis me Preseatts Aimmtim 19 0 0.0 0 Im Valme! To the Young Lady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol- lowing gifts: One Crown Piano value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring value 3oo.oo One Lot in Qlenwood value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch value 1 00.00 One Singer 5ewing Machine value 60.00 One Scholarship Amarillo Business College yak 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven remaining: gifts in the order of their standing and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation gift of a HANDSOME DINNER SET scans w j 116 11 fly D anhandle or k ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 August 1908

TMR WHEKLY HERALD. AUGUST 6 1908. 7 100 SQUARE MI1IS Territory of British Columbia Has Black Sunday Whole Towns Burnsd and Thousands Are Homeless Associated presn. Winnipeg A hi?. 3. --The most drcailful conflagration In the hls- tory of Canada lias .swept tin F.Ik river valhy cast of Kootenai. For forty iiiilf.s a tremendous brush fire has burned i'vi t iliing. li haa held sway since 4 o'clock Saturday ufter- rioou. It Is csi iinuicil tliat 1.' ii peo- ple met death In tlie flames. The following places wire destroyed: Kerille population : U t). Coal Creek 1.".(JU. Michael r.O. Hosilior r(). Fertile Is gone but one dispatch sn.vs llosnier nnd Michael are Mill lighting. The homeless will nuni'ier B.uOd Fatalities are growitii; imiir- ly. Five families at Fernie were fiommed in and every soul perished la Fertile at least twenty lives were Inst Property damage Is estimated between $ I .hom.OoO and $ "i ooi' .0 1 mi. 'The Crows Ne.-t Pass Coal company had millions of dollars of property...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 6 August 1908

8 TflU WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 6 1003 (From Tburadars Pally.) Loyetta Lee ot Hereford la In tow. . C. Drown li spending the week In Denw. John Hutson. ot Canyon waa here on buslaesa today. Jrk 6rott ' UD rnj Canyon Jor a day or two on a visit. Q. D. Murphy lf t last ntgbt or a pleasure trip to leaver. D. V. i'elton. of Happy la la Am- rlllo vtaltor thi-so days. Jim Laoler of Channlng. was In today ot cattle business. A. T. Culhortson. of Hlgglni la leelDg la Amarlllo frlenda. Joaepb Frailer of (.'banning registered at tbo Elmhlrst. Lindsay Nunn la spending tba day at Canadian on fcuslneas. Mla J'erl I'ulllan left yesterday far a tlflt to Atlanta Iowa. L. B. fiweet of Fayette Ark. la In Amanita looking for location. Mra. J. 8. Littln returned last nlgbt from visit to Oklahoma City. Dr. J. W. lllcka of Hereford pent ta day her on huslness. HI Olios and James K. May ot Vega are here on buslneas today Jobn Koaller leaee today for New York oi a bualnena and pleasure trip. Georg Healer made ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

' ' ' - - - j. . " 4 The Weekly Her d vol. xxm. AAURILLO TEXAS THURSDAY AUO. 13 1908 NO. 33 MY THOUSANDS AT NOTIFICATION Reception (or Democratic Leaders Nonpartisan- Full Text of Speech Of Acceptance Ey William J. Bryan Aatnclated Press. Lincoln Neb Aug. 12. With a salute of forty-sU guns. onp (or each Hate fired at daybreak Lincoln be Kin the rclebration of Its first nott (k-m t Ion day. The city was at Ir rarly and trolley cars to KairWow were crowded all morning but 'ho larger number of visitors remained In 'he city lira r thp capltol grounds thTf th ceremonies will be hold. Thousands of people arrived early today by regular and spe-clal trains and Llntoln today lH cntei talning thu largent numher of itltors In 1 1 M hi tory. The official program opened at noon with n luncheon at the Hotel Lincoln given hy the committee on arrangements at which Hi guests were Messrs. Bran Kern Governor Hheldou ami other mate officials and member 0f tho notiticatioti commit tee and members of lhe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 6 1903 4 I'F.RSONAL ME.NTIOS . I (From Friday's Dally.) T J. E. Ball? It quite 111 today. E. W. Bamuell went to Dallas last Hl'bt. ' Mrs. Will Campbell li here from Vega today. Mn. J. J. Cbenanlt of WeD- burn la bore today J. B. Kutcb came la today from Miami on business. J. II. Gouldy mada a business trip to Wlldorado today. Payette Ratllff of Groom la vis- iting frlf ndi here today. K. F. Daisy of Fort Worth wm business visitor here today. (J. D. Donald of ForX Worth was lere on business yesterday. Mr. and Mra. A. 0. Karvls art via- UlnK relattvos In Ilrsdley. W. E. Rutledgo ban gone to Tex- boma for a few days on business. Mra. M. W. Easum gave birth to a fine boy last night both are well. Mra. C. B. D'ard. of Decatur la visiting frionda and relatives Ircre. B. L. Smith haa returned from a rUlt to bla parenti In Oklahoma City. G F. Held mid little aon are up from Canyon City to visit relatives. D. Heel and T. C. McCarey. of Quanab are here on business tod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

If f r-' Wist it1 . . ....... '.. . . . ; THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 6 90S HURRAH FOR PACKERY Large aud Enthusiastic Meeting In Behalf of Industry tor Amarillo on Atoum cutters from ! ymrt Hnd the chip and the oi h'sli by temer from i0lith. The piPhentatlun will tft by Governor Floyd and will (eitM liy ("Hptali Wlnslow. To- rn evening there will be a ro- r( and ball at the Hotel Went- (From .al unlay' pally.) Amidst hind mudc and shouts and yell.) of hut rah for thr paikery 11. J. Isaacs iarrlng hi banner lottereO" with 'Ho i Totl.iy." "The PurkJai Hou.e Nn !'' led Hn enthusiastic pro- o.iiMi of several hundred citizens in I ho Deandl theater. At 2 o'clock Mr. II. It. Sanborn called the assom- lily to order stated that they had met in rHl.e thi bnliinre of the packing hoiiie stock and Introduced Judge Crinlelneton. rhr Judge rpukf briefly of the ad- re will bo several artairs for the anuses to ho derived from tbo oh-I''"' of no nlP dllrln ll'r Blay tnblishment of 11 parking house In p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

4 THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 13 I9O8 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 116 Polk Street Araarlllo Texa. D P. E. IWKSEX. EntAr-Ail ( (ha Pn.tnfflr at Imir Wo Texaa a second cla wall mat ter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per In on each Imertioa. Local 10o per Inch each Insertion. UBSCRIPTION tl.OO PER TEAR. The Herald will ceaie coming to you when your time expire unieii we are authorlied to continue IU Should any subscriber (all to re- ceive The Herald regularly pleas advUo u at once by card or tele phone. Any error reflecting upon the character mandlng or reputation of any peraon firm or corporation which may appear In the colamn of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Ita being brought te the at tention of the publisher. THURSDAY AUG. 13 1908 CROP CONDITIONS (From Friday 'i Dally.) Dispatches to Dun'i Revlow from frranch office of R. O. Dun t Co. ituated In the leading farming sec- tion not another week of rap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

r i THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 13 1908 STANDING TO BE NNOUNCED M 10RE Toays Publication of Comparative Standing of Contestants the Last to be Made Until Close of Contest Next Friday iConteMants ami their friend nnd (i public In Ki'iirial art' Invited to prPHrni at llii- Di'amll t In-atj-r next fiiday iilslil to witness the final inunt of tint votes that are cast In llio Dally I'mihH tnl Ii-'m bit; Popular- ly Contot-t. It In specially desired Ibat each conieKtant b( present or have some repp :-i-ntatio preMtit Tortuy Ih (lie last In which there will bo any publication made of the Mandlng. of nintit;uits. The leMill will not be knouu until Friday night when lll( judi;es have completed their canvass of all the votes. Krom now on con te.-1. 1 n i h and ihelr friends must work In tl.e dark. Tin votes cast next week will remain In the boxes until 7 o'clock Friday evening Till" ki'.V.s to tlli' boxes will he depos- ited In the vaults of the Hank of Commerce and absolutely no informa- tion w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

1 s a 1 1 Pr I 1 1 .3 f Pel $1 ft ft 'I THE DAILY PANHANDLE Who Afi Ho st Pooulai Young a die In The Texas Panhandle? This Important Question Shall be decided by the people of the Panhandle and to the Young La- dies who are adjudged the most Popular The Daily Panhandle Will Give 3.. r m Q) Presents A I EH V o To the Young Eady voted the most popular the Daily Panhandle will give first choice of the fol- lowing gifts: One Crown Piano value $45o.oo One Diamond Ring value 3oo.oo One Lot in Glen wood value 3oo.oo One Lot in Famous Hts. Park value 2oo.oo One Ladies' Gold Watch value . 1 oo.oo One Singer Sewing Machine value 60.00 One Scholarship Amarillo Business College value 5o.oo One " Draughon Practical " " " 5o.oo The next Seven voted the most popular shall have choice of the seven remaining gifts in the order of their standing and to each of the next forty The Daily Panhandle will make a consolation gift of a ': HANDSOME DINNER SET w eh ; The .Daily IK 1.'.. ' or Full Detai 35 V IS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 13 1905 FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT Gar Inspector Has Both Legs Crushed Under Wheels cf FrelRht Car (From Monday' rally.) A. D. McCowIn assistant car In- spector of t ho Denver i ullrnad t h 1b morning met with hu accident which will malm him for life If not result In his death. Jlr. McCowIn was at work on the ld0 of a freight car In tho Denver yards when an engine hacked up to the Htrlng of earn with considerable forco tho sudden Jar luirlinjj him un- der the truck wheel which passed over his lens below tho knee and crushed them. Yard employes ran to the rescue an doctors were sum- moned to the scenn Tho Injured man Is now at St Anthony's sanita- rium where ho la receiving every pos- sible attention. PERSONAL MENTION (From Monday's Dally.) S. T. Fagsn !s In Hereford today on business. O. J. Gouldy of rialnvlew Is hero on business today. Cantaln V. H. Ingerton left for Dallas on business today. E. Walllngton made a business trip to Canadian Saturday. F. T. Denson has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 13 August 1908

TV. m a 1 G TUG WGEKLY HERALD AU0U5T 1.1 I0O8 t mi : f i i PERSONAL MSXriON (From Tueeday'a Daily.) ftfiu Nixon of Dallai li ner (or the lummer. H. H. Cooper will take In th re- tnlon todiy. O. A. Gosser went down the P. V this morning. Mint Ora Burton It vliltlng In Clirendon todiy. Bob Reld nude a business trip to Clovls N. M today. J7M. Ceorge Ittt for Shorman on bus! new lift night. Mri. Howard Wilton left latt Mint Katie Ray McGee went to Canyon C'lt.v thin morning J. r. fladler left this afternon for Weitherford on business. C. F. Clark Jr. of Mexico. Mo. it here protpeillnc today. Mri. Nash aud daughter of Waco ar here for a aummera atay Mr. and Mrt. Hoffman of Canyon were shopping bera yesterday. J. R. Cheek of Galveston was ber on oil bmlness yeiterday. J. A. Mcintosh of Deaf Smith county. I In on buslnesi today. J. C. Smith of Wlldorado la trioi-ai'tlng butlneia bera today. (ieorgo H. Greenway of St. Loult It vltltlng bin customer! bere today. Mrt. L. L. lillt of 110 Grant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

.r.cx-.rrv:.tv.vv'r.s.f.....J: ...U ... ' 1 The Weekly Herald VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY AtJO. 20 1908 NO. 3 4 TROOPS ORDERED TO LEAVE SPRINGFIELD Some 1500 Men to be Retained To Keep Order In Race War District-Negroes Fear Hew Ootbreak Associated rres. Springfield. Ill . Auk. 19.-With thv departure of two regiments ol infantry and with the beginning of the grand Jury Investigation of tbo I reoent riots this city taw th first steps taken toward resumption of normal conditions. The First and Fourth regiments which together with tb Klghth. aro scheduled to rattlclpat.e In the regular amiy rna- ntivers at Fort Benjamin Harrison t Indianapolis early next month were ordered to begin evacuation ct the rapltol. Riots are Btlll threat- ening certain portions of tho com- munity and there. Is a probability that of th0 troops here tho ravalry will be retained In service for some time. It la announrod today that tho Third and Fifth regiments will dc part tomorrow. This will reduce the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

"uT TUG WEEKLY HERALD AUOUST 20 loOS mm G STICK" G Candidate. Says ho Has no Stick But Expects to Rule People Through Love Associates i ma. I'alrvlew Neb. Aug. 13. Several hundred farmers from Oto8 county Nebraska headed by II. II. Punka who cam to Lincoln to attend the notification ceremonies went to Fair- view today and presented Bryan with a "big atlek" gourd. AUo handed him a cntuiialKii contribution of 150 ubticri!)i'(i by fifty of thlr number. Jn accepting tho Kourd and contribu- tion Mr. Ilrynn assured hla visitors that If elected to tho presidency tha "big atlek" would not bo In evidence believing It was rusler to l''ad people through their lovo than to control them throiiRh fear. "Speaking of the contribution martj by tho fannera nryan said: AUTO AMD CAR IN COLLISION Lincoln Street Gar Gives Shak- ing tp io Occupants of Auto (From Friday's Dally. 1 An automobile occupied i Dvs. Langworthy & Sullivan collldee with an eastbound Lincoln strcst car about 8 o'clock last nigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

-' 1 . r '"' f Tlfn EWRKLY 1UERAUD AUQU5T 20 toOS Wl nam - " - - - . IM IISONAL MF.NTION HOT ArlD KILLED Jn Duly in Railroad Yards When Shot Down Unknown Man at Close Range Bullet Rip- gins Through Left Side of Head By . vjurlfs I. fUeaart night watch man frr the Sama l'P sstem l'rro t on nn dead mi tn trains nuom this morning by L'dward M'uln 1 lio night call buy who was t-n way to make a mil for a train- man "for early duly. There was a 'tbilU' wound over I he b'tt i'!f. Tb body as found lying bet worn I two nrlngs of box car lying on lt:i t bark HinoM immediately In front nf "Hi yM offices of the Foil Worth & Don vci tracks n luindrcd jard or ? so oa. of the depot (Hfjials nf th0 road wore not I- f it d at the body was rcmovrd to the rKa.." undertaking establishment with tills whnian autopsy performed monlg by lirs. Tl'"i;a 1101 ('lit' fdivrd tho fact thai the bullet wh'ih'wav i" nil nihilhood of 45- tnV.r t;is fired from a slightly eiesnd p'sition and at. very close ruffe.' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUQUST 20 1908 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays ftt 61$ I'olk Street Amarlllo Texas. r r. k. hoesex. Entered at the postofflce at Amir Jtlo Texas as second class mull mat- Jr. OfflcUi Organ of Cltf of Amarlllo amd Potter fount 1 ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20o per lncn. each Iniertlon Locali lOo per loch each Insertion BL'BSCniPTIOM $1.00 PER YEAR The Herald will cease coining to you when your time expires uulcat wo are authorized to continue It. Should an aubbcrlber full to re- rclve The Herald regularly. please avise ua at once by card or' tola phone. Any errora reflecting upon the character standing or reputation of ny poraon firm or corporation which may appear In the colu'ina ot Tbe Herald will be Gladly corrected upon lta bring brought te the at tention or tiia publishers. THURSDAY AUG. 20 1908 RAILROAD ACCIDENTS (From Thuriday'a Dally.) Tha number of porsona killed in rallrond accidents In tho first three months of tho preueot year accord ing t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

THE IHWEKLY HERALD AUGUST 20 1Q08 5 RMNYA IN ILL "Negro-Loving" Northern Stats Gets v Taste of Southern Medicine Troops Restore Order -and Grand Jury Gets Active Associated rress. Springfield. 111. Aug. 17. The rare war which began hore last Fri- day night la believed to lie a thins ef the past. Last night passed with- out an Ipeldcnt and It was confi- dently asserted today by those In charge of the situation that no mob of ny size will form from now on. A special grand Jury was summoned this morning by Judge James J. Crelghton to Investigate tbo out- rages and Indict the guilty. A larg0 amount of evidence implicating many cltlxens has teen already obtained. Four hundred negroea have availed themselves of shelter and protection afforded at the arsenal it Is emi- mated that 2000 negroes have left the fit)' many never to return. Flf-ty-flve hundred soldiers patrol the BtreetB and there ha8 been compara- tively little violence since the. Second infantry from Chicago swept through the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

TIM WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 20 1008 7 K.K'IIH.WriK COMMENT The. )m ratle IMaiorm. The Texas Democratic platform adopted at Kan Antonio li a dour and hound declaration of party prin- ciples and policies. It correctly voice the dominant public opinion of Texan In respect to every perti- nent political question. It Hand for all lh rctorm legislation re- cently enacted and challenges com parison of Texa lawn with the laws Of other allien tut " 'er ffoiu la- dlratinc hostility to capital It dis- tinctly lnvltei legitimate Inveatment and encourages material develop- nint. While there la no algn of reaction there ia a becoming spirit of ion servatlsm and caution. The result of the late primary was properly con- strued aa a vindication of pant and present policies but not u encour- agement of legislative adventure. Only two policies that might be. railed new were Inaugurated. Ono Is the guaranty of stale bank do- poults and tho other 1 decreasing the number and Increasing the pay of leglalator...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD AUGUST 13 1908 7 ONA SLAY WINS ANNIE SLADE NEXT After a Most Enthusiastic Exciting and Admirably Conducted Campaign The Vote of Popularity Goes to Miss Zona Slay Miss Zona Slay Mls5 Annie Slade Ml$s Anna Maude Davidson Hiss Jennie Franklin Miss Bertha Altizer - Hiss Leon Brien When tbe auove lint of winners In the Popularity Content wu announ- ced lHPt night at tho Deandi theater a thunder of applausu greeted It. Let it always stand to tho credit 0f Ania- rlllo that a generous spirit provulled. and. while they regretted the fart that first honors went out of town jet they expressed genuine pleasure with the result and the unuulmoiiH verdict wg that honor went where honors weer due The result l In accord with fore- casts that havt been made privately at this office. Th0 standing of all of the other candidates will be found on another page of this paper. That Miss Slay has received first place In this contest Is but the nat- ural result expected from such mag- nifice...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 20 August 1908

8 UBOR DAY TO . BE CELEBRATED 'A' committee composed o( M'r. B. C. Watson C. I. McKlnney aol O. I). Cunnlnjhara hsve been ap- pointed from the Trades Assembly to confer with all local labor organi- sations and business men to ascer- tain tha feeling In regard to having a fitting celebration o( Labor Day. September 7. It la desired that bus- iness rneu and th representatives of tba different unions will take It upon themselves to ono f this com- mittee aa soon a possible so that a data for a general meeting to dlu- cuss wsys and menna may be called. Tbn pliln as HHKonti'd at tha Trades Assembly meeting Monday night la to mako Labor T)ay a holiday for the entire city and every merc hant and busines man will be Invited to par- tlclpate In tbe parada and other fes- tivities. York Mute Fnilt Men. f Special to Dally Tanhandlo. Ithaca. N. Y.. Aug. 19. Members of tbe New York Fat Krult Grow- ers' Association assembled today tn the andltorlujn of the Collet of Ag- rlrulture Comell University...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 27 August 1908

"Lr. kly Herald. The NO. 25 AMARILLO.' TEXAS THURSDAY AUO. 27 1908 VOL. XXIII. We MY EMBED IN OKLAHOMA HE Burning Oil Spreads Fire in Coal Mine and Cuts Off All Avenues of Escape for Miners- Flames Prevenf Rescue Mr A1MT. OMu.. An. 2..-0n of he worst mine disaster In the his- "orv of this pun nf the Southwest vrurrorf at Hallevvllle. fifteen mil last of hie td:iy when between '.wen'y-five nd 'hirty minora were :n!omh1 in ihp Hail Ola rosl mine vo l in result a fln c f ir ihiii t If. believed haw shut off all im-ans f es ape. The men are still in the lower part f the ruino A1 noon a telephone nesfage from tke scene stu til that .he. fire was burning sri fiercely that t was impossible for rimers to en- er ihp fhaft end It was thought the e'niombed nipn must surely be burn- BRYAN AT BIRTHPLACE Entire Population Turns Out and Band Plays "Home Sweet Home" Associated Press. .Salem 111.. Aug. 26. t'pon the arrival here today for a brief visit to his place of birth Mr. Bryan was accorded an...

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