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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 January 1917

gajBBBBHBSsSSBBSijBWp THE DAILY MISSOUELtt, WEDNESDAY EYENDfG, JANUABY 17. 1917. Page Three X y SENATE MAY INSTALL "TICKERS" Plans Being Framed to Contact Pro cedure la Brokerage Style. By United Pkm WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. Tick! Tick! Tick! "No Quorum the door keeper will lock the doors, the ser-geant-at-arms (via the ticket) will notify the absentees, and the clerk will call the roll." And the "absen tees," reclining in their private offices in the Senate Office Building, several blocks from the Capitol, will glance at the tape and hurry, via their sub terranean passage-way, to the Sen ate chamber to answer "Present" This will be the future procedure in the upper house of Congress, and pos sibly the lower, if plans being formu lated today carry.. The Senate cham ber is to be connected with the Sen ate Office Building, across the way, with a regular "ticket" service, as are stock brokerage offices. R. E. Murray to Talk to Engineers. R. E. Murray, consulting engineer of Kansas City, wi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 January 1917

esErr- -Tsac --sgi- e - - -sr ""rap s-"$s"" -?,u 'wsy "' it -eKra-g3; SET fp t lie Etl it It i-.tt- ji ra PageFou CITY AND CAMPUS Leslie Hughes and Hugo Wahlin, students in the University, are ill with the grip in the Parker Memorial Hospital. Miss Ruey Hardesty, a student in the School of Education, is ill with the grip in the Parker Memorial Hospi tal. Miss Eugenia Smith, a student in the University High School, returned to her home in Centralia this morn ing for a visit. Mrs. E. B. McDonnell went to Halls ville this morning to bring home her father, W. M. Elkin, who is ill. L. M. Dalton, a freshman in the College of Agriculture, left this morn ing for Pocahontas, Ark., where he was called by illness in the family. Miss Maggie Davis went to Mexico this morning for a visit Mrs. Edgar Atchison of Laddonia, Mrs. C. E. Casper of Kansas City, Mrs. T. J. Gibson of Mexico and Mrs. J. W. Hanger of Laddonia returned to their homes today after visiting their neices Mrs. G. D. Edwards and Mr...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 January 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAM 1 COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1917. NUMBER 117 NINTH YEAR BUSINESS IN DISCUSSION ON OPERA Prof. J. E. Wrench Speaks on San Carlo Company at Club Luncheon. WILL SUPPORT MOVE Merchants Indorse Attempt to Put Columbia on Map in Music World. Both grand opera talent and the manufacture of shoes were subjects that rurnished discussion at the Com mercial Club luncheon at noon today. Prof. J. E. Wrench, of the history de partment, pointed out the advantages to the town of carrying out a move ment such as no other town the size of Columbia could put through that of bringing the San Carlo Grand Opera Company here for three per formances. "Better teaching and educational advantages can be had in the Univer sity of Missouri for the money than in any other state university," said Professor Wrench. "Why cannot the same thing be said of Columbia in re gard to music? Phi Mu Alpha has done much toward putting Columbia on the map musically and people In the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 January 1917

w- T9mgj.-"aBg'a)ij(. r,r VS9V? rS Page Tiro THE DAILY MSSOUBIAN, THUB8D AY ETESDTO, JAKUABY 18, 1017. "'&W2'"i?,Sl--?abk3li-MMI--ui-. f ft I f i THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every trtnlng (except Saturday nd Sandajr) and Sunday morning by The Mlssonrlan Aisociatton, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho. Address all commanlcatlons to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business. 55: News. 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, J1.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: iear, $3:00; 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $100; 3 months, 31.20; month, 40 cents. NEW SCHOOL GIVES MANY ADVANTAGES TO NEGROES National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Build ing, New York; Peoples Gas Building, Chi cago. Ol'EKA FOR COLUMBIA The fact that visits of the world's best musical talent to Columbia are becoming m...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 January 1917

THE DAILY MSSOUBIAy, THUBSDAY EYENISQ, JAKUABY 18, 1917. F?e Three SPORT Coach Schulte has a promising squad of track men in training for the spring indoor meets. A majority of last year's track team is undergoing a daily work-out at Rothwell Gym nasium, and the prospects for a suc cessful season seem good to the men in charge. The K. C. A. C. match on February 24 will be the first of the four indoor meets this year. The University has been invited to send a team to the Il linois Relay Carnival at Urbana, March 3, and probably will accept. The M. A. A. meet in St. Louis will be held this year on March 10. The last indoor meet will be the Missouri-Kansas contest at Convention Hall. Kan sas City, on March 1C. Missouri this year, as it was last, is strong in the hurdles, quarter-mile, relay and shot-put. The team last year was weakest in the distance eents. Schulte hopes within a few days to line up several good men for the two-mile race. Xo man has yet been found to replace Powell in ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 18 January 1917

- J THE DAILY MSSOUMAy, THUBSD AY ETE5KG, JASPABY 18, 1917. Page Foar t' KL 1 F- fe SOCIETY NOTES . The Chi Omega sorority has sched uled an informal house dance for Fri day, February 2. Silver and red was the color scheme of the decoration at the dinner given last night by C. B. Bowling in honor of the directors and employes of the Exchange National Bank. The guests were: Dr. A. W. McAIester, W. T. An derson, J. L. Lynes, J. P. McBaine, William Guitar. W. E. Smith, M. F. Thurston, Earl Dysart. Kirk Hayes. Frank Rollins, C. B. Rollins, Jr., C. C. Bowling and Miss Callle Green. Balne and Schenk Address Grange. C. O. Raine, master of the Missouri State Grange, talked of the organiza tion at the University Grange meet ing last night H. H. Schenk gave an address on "Co-operatiorfin Missouri." John W. Anthony spoke about "Rural Credits." Mr. Schenk is on his way to Jefferson City to lobby his bill on "The Establishment of Co-operative Societies." Under the present statutes of Missouri, a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 January 1917

tr U THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1917. NUMBER 118 MAN SEA RAIDERS NOW NUMBER THREE Report Savs That Moewe, With Two Other Vessels, Plies Southern Waters. USE CAPTURED SHIPS Merchantmen Delay Sailing Motion Pictures Taken of Sinking Ships. I'.y United Press BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 19. Not only the raider, now believed to be the Moewe. but two more commerce de stroyers are still plying the sea some where along South America and by this time probably have taken further toll of Allied shipping. A United Press dispatch from Rio de Janeiro today stated that the com mander of the Japanese steamer Hu komaru had declared that the British merchantman, Saint Theodore, one of the first captures made by the German raider, had been armed and outfitted and was being used as a consort This report was confirmed by survivors landed at Pernambuco. The British steamer Orcago, 8,000 tons, and known as a very speedy vessel has not yet been accounted for in a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 January 1917

Fft:'r7"K&'; ' ?&?$TT3!23Pf!!'r' rsj?-Rp fc Page Tiro THE DAILY MISSOUBIAX, FBIDAT ETEXIXG, JAJfUABY 19, 1917. 'jfil Li- 1 R ft- J bl lft r THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by Tbe Mlstonrlan Association, Incorporate ed. Colnmbla, Mo. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colnmbla, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building-. Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News. 274. this time some effort is being made to weed the fraternities out of the University, and it is our judgment that such a requirement should be tacked on to the appropriation mea sures passed for the support of the school. SUFFRAGE CLUB STARTS WITH 35 Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, JIo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50: 3 montbs, J1.00; montb, 35 cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3:00; C mnnthi S1.75? 3 months. 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 montns. 1 1: montn. w cents. National Advertising Repres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 January 1917

THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, FBIDAY ETEMKO; JA3TUABY 19, 1917, Page Tkree WTO HONOR HIM 29 WORK His 200 Sunday School Stu dents Will Celebrate Birth day of E. W. Stephens. HE IS 68 YEARS OLD Special Music and Addresses to Be Held at Baptist Church Sunday. The 200 members of E. W. Stephens' Sunday School class of the Baptist Church are planning to show their innreciation of the service Mr. Stephens has gi' en in the twenty nine years he has been their teach er. In this time he has missed on ly those Sundays when he was con fined to his bed. The appreciation of the class will take the form of special exercises at the Sunday School hour next Sunday, the sixty-eighth anniversary of Mr. Stephens' birth day. Mr. Stephens is head of the E. V. Stephens Publishing Company. Russell Monroe and Stephen Bewick are in charge of the arrangements. Special music by the Sunday School orchestra and the University Glee Club quartet and talks by representa tives of all the organizations of the school will make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 January 1917

1 t L 1 ? Mary Lee will spend Saturday and Sunday at her home in Bowling Green. J. B. Williams, assistant registrar, who has been at his home in Roswell since December 23, will return to morrow to enter the College of Arts and Science the second semester. Prof. F. M. Tisdel, of the English department of the University, will lec ture this evening on "The Literary As sociation of the English Lakes," at "William Woods College, Fulton. The lecture will be illustrated with stcre opticon views. The seniors In the College of Agri culture are planning a souvenir book, which will contain a brief history of the class. The seniors will meet at the Agricultural Building at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon to have pictures taken for the book. This is the first time the class has prepared such a souvenir. Jacob Wallendorf, who has been at his home in Jefferson City on busi ness for the last week, returned to school Wednesday. Miss Louise Sanders went to Mexi co, Mo., yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

p. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1917. NINTH YEAR EIGHT PAGES NUMBER 119 iK. V V U. S. IN BE DRAWN WToniEraueu Reported Capture of Three Americans May Be Basis for New Argument. 103 NEUTRALS TAKEN Armed Ship Problem Again Equipment of Commerce Destroyer Complete. By United Tress WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. The Unit ed States faces a new international problem with Germany as a result of the reports that three Americans were made prisoners of war by the German raiders in their recent ac tivities in South American waters. 'Indications of anxiety were reflect ed when it was officially admitted that if Germany does not volunteer infor mation on the subject within the next two days the United States will im mediately make formal inquiries, de spite the fact that Germany has of ficially admitted that 103 neutrals were taken in the raids. Whether any Americans were included in this number was not mentioned. Germany claims that these persons were taken because...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

r" Fage Two THE DAILY MSSOUBIAX, SUNDAY MOBSKG, JAUABY 21, 1917. A FINE PLAYGROUND AT THELEE SCHOOL Mothers' Club Raises $80 to Buy Materials Plans By C. L. Brewer. PUPILS MAKE BOOKS Prize Won for Illustrating and Lettering Records Are High. This is the story of a grade school that became too large for its build ing and. bubbling oer, continued to "keep school" in the back yard. In a few weeks the new four-room addi tion to Lee School will be ready but the children, teachers and mothers club will continue the idea of out door education. Some of Columbia's grade schools emphasize different things. One fea tures athletics, another domestic sci ence or manual training. The Lee school is working for the largest and most completely equipped play-ground in the city. Last year the Lee school mothers' club raised $80 to buy ma terials for play-ground equipment. Nearly all of the apparatus was made by the setenth grade manual training classes. The equipment includes four J teeter-boards, a h...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

w THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, SU3TPAY MOBKIXG, JAKUABY 21, 1917. 1916F00TBALLYEAR NETS $11078 PROFIT With Total Receipts Less, Gain Breaks Record of Former Seasons. COSTS WERE $12,140 "Missouri Gets $11,430 From K. U. Game Will Bal ance Track Deficit. AT THE ANKENEY ART EXHIBIT With a total profit of $11,076.71, for the 1916 Tiger football season, the de partment of athletics at the University broke all records for the gridiron sport. Never before has the depart ment benefited so much rrom a foot ball year and the big profit was made, although the total receipts were less than they have been in former years. The receipts from the Kansas game, $24,206.50, exceeded any since the game was taken away from Kansas City in 1910. Missouri's share from the Kansas game alone was $11,430.96, the receipts from other games a lit tle less than paying the expenses of the season. Missouri's total expenses for the year were $12,140.87. Of the three games played away from home, Missouri, with the excep tio...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

F fcL THE DAILY MSSOUBIAJf, SUSDAY MOBSISG, JA3TUABY 2L 1917 b? Para Foht ' Faculty Sight Begun at Gymnasium, faculty practice followed the regular XAYBE EPIGRAM SHOULD CHANGE THIXKS SOCIALISM TOO BIG j7cllegeNoteS TlfiPPx Tift tW m$ r9m,iiv ni',t ot tjnfhtroii r.rm. Varsity oractlce. It la planned to ,- m. w.l ... tji.... ir i wnnctnr Toils Sndptr of Work- i I IIULIIU I fllVL ULUUIIU bm ""v ",". - ..- ...... ., - - - jens iusie -uiftui jji-uci iuuubic "" -- i M nasium got its start Thursday, when nold meetings of the faculty athletes who, Jfot What, A Man Is. Ing Man and Present Sj stem. Miss Harriet White Is spending the niir HI fill r , v ..,.-. ,.,, every Thursday night, to take up has- Tho pni.-mm. "Tell me what vou t, u-nAin I e-ettlntr more y, ith r narents at New hfinflr H HI lllll n ineivc meuiuers ui. uit; icaumug iuic, Faculty Sight Begun at Gymnasium. Faculty night at Rothwell Gym nasium got its start Thursday, when twelve members of the teaching force, under the directi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

iHHHBHHHMKvr' ""vSsrVHMMHHMMHMB TBI ' --?-, "5f "2 ' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1917. Page Fire Pi SOCIETY NOTES The whole University atmosphere is full of examinations and no one can think or talk anything else. There are very few dances being given and the movies attract few. Some of the sororities have even made rules -against their members having dates. "No, not this week. I'd be glad to go after examinations," is what she will tell you if you call her up now. The to'wnspeople, too, seem to be taking a rest from social events, but they will join the "tudents in cele brating the completion of examinations. LINKS NATIONALISM WITH WAR Miss Juliet Bowling is planning to go with her father, C. B. Bowling, to Texas, for February. Miss Dorothy Mumford gave a din ner Tuesday night in honor of the University girls who have won "M's". They are Misses Meryl Leavel, Mildred Spaulding, Katharine Smith, Pearl Ragsdale, Jessie Kline, Mary Guthrie, Hope Hibbard and Mary P...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

piiswppwmppsPiP Page Six THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ablUbed enrr ertnlns (except 8tnrday and Sunday) and Sunday morning fcy The Mlasonrlan Association, Incorporat ed. Colnmbla. Mo. . . Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUIUAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building Downstairs Phones: Business, S5: Neivs. 2v- Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year. f3M: 3 months, $1.00; month, 35 cents; oopy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: ear.3.iw. o months, S1.75: 3 months, Wli. Outside of Boone County: ear, $4.oo. 3 months, tuai; moniu. w """ - .. . jt .lin. T?nnnsnntntlre8. Idb. New York; Peoples Gas Bulldlns. Uii cago. Moving" pictures for actual class room instruction arc to get a trial in Toledo schools. Doctor Guitteau. who proposed the plan to the school board, says that the idea has been success fully carried out in the East. The first series will be a geography course in sixty reels. This is another of those progressive measures indi catin...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

mm - ' ?E!-'-5T"na?r3!57?jr! 'Ttttgrxt' jrm,'HJfff f" jyywN-Bia THE DAILY XISSOUHIAX, SUSPAY XOBSISG, JAXUABY 21, 1917. Page Seyen r?WH'S! ' 4 IN Y JAIL OR PAY DEBTS WAS EARLY LAW IN COLUMBIA He who is unscrupulous in money affairs may, in slang phraseology, "get by with it", these days. Not so in early times when "pay your debt or go to prison" was the strict rule af fecting both men and women, young and tld. People had to go to prison rather often those days, it seems. A person never knew when he might be summoned for a long forgotten loan which neighobr Smith had granted when they were on neighborly terms. The making of enemies was then a dangerous thing. Friends might for give the failure to bring back what was borrowed but enemies had a different rule in that regard. r- v i i .1 i -H The Old Boundary Line For Debt, or in Columbia. just inside the northeast corner of Sixth and Broadway, forty-three feet Proof that this law of imprisonment t east of Broadway, then east to the for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 21 January 1917

4W9PSO ff 1, THE DAILY MTSSOTTRIAIf. SUNDAY M0B5IXG, JAJtPABY 81, 1917. 8& Page Eight .1916 Gold Footballs Are Here. The gold footballs for the 1916 Mis souri Valley Champions arrived last week at the Missouri store. They are different from the footballs that have been given in the past, as they have the 19 on one side and the 16 on the other side of the black enameled M. On the lower side of the football in small black enameled letters are the words, "Missouri Valley Cham pions." These footballs were present ed by the business men of Columbia to the eighteen M men. They did not arrive in time to be presented at the football banquet PLAYS TO 24,600 ST. LOUISAXS San Carlo Opera Company, Which Will Come Here, Has a Reputation. The San Carlo Opera Company, which will come to Columbia Febru ary 3, has played to 24,000 persons in St. Louis. After a recent perform ance in Cleveland. Ohio, the Plain Dealer of that city spoke highly of the company. The press of Boston, Mon treal, Washin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 January 1917

MHMRRffMHILHHHHHHHHHHHHM - ' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1917. NUMBER 120 I COMPANY P ORDERED 1 EP 1 BORDER War Department Calls for Discharge of 24,000 Guardsmen. TO MOVE AT ONCE Soldiers Will Entrain as Soon as Transportation Is Provided. By United Press SAX ANTONIO, Tex.,-Jan. 22. Gen eral Funston has received orders from the War Department to discharge more than 24,000 guardsmen from bor der duty and return them at once to their home stations. The troops will move as soon as transportation is provided. Included in the order to General Funston is the Fourth Mis souri Infantry. 62 Columbians Among Discharged. The immediate return from the Mexican Border of the Fourth Mis souri Infantry, of which sixty-two Columbia and University men are members, was ordered yesterday by Secretary of War Baker. This divi sion of Missouri's National Guards men, is among the 25,243 men the or der will send to their homes. The Columbians are members ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 January 1917

"v vfv5er'5sr'' " ?,?t&-'' r VF tfS-'-1 -"w"?"-' --"ir --;,, . J-. . . .jwjaw;B&c..:3. &!- &. f-mT -4 i'prj'tlg''P:7;f,fgp",TiyCTy!;''J "7 ",k ?-5-- -w-, t ' ir-' v & .- -"- K5";"! iHHHHHHIHHHIHHHHHHHHHB g,.;, HjT fr I I2 l&. t Vi - fir rage xwo I THE DAILY MISSOURIAN itheankeney art exhibit 8F Pnbliithcd rery tvenlng (except Saturday . I Bf ani Sunday) and bundar mornlnr r i I MP The MUkonrlan Association, Incorporat- , mS sl, Columbia, Mo. . , f Be- Address all communications to J Ti,aaa t x vl i T THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN . fVJfe jf L Columbia, Missouri. RfithlfflllM 'Mill li - . ! C ''ymll'iv MTlJtllriFnfM. ffyv ' "" V Office: Virginia Uulldlnp. Downstairs Uil a ,,.. ClalMF , III I I!;" U. . ST7"" j , j Phones: Iiuslness. 55; yens. 2i. wQjr101 V IllJ Mlfilk ' h 's-'; , ' 7 iJkg Ik Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo., qV sdtfffallm If fftOnf lftA nTiM ',fWr m, as second-class mall. fflfit) flil 11 II II III If lATlTM AilVHi U Df " 'SiAs Ill City: Year. $3...

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