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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 September 1903

st o splay ol your secure one of the I CHINA Ui nQFTQ rfc ■ ■ showing. They're iafcs and fitted with iss sides »ad front, of them are topped * b •. mirrors tastily DRESSING TABLES Birds Eye Maple and ESDERFSDOUBLE STORE . orner tilth and Main. jSi¥aiWi lE] g or ge B J.eiiks and, wife of Star is at the State today. L y reairned last night •>:.. a ■'■ business trip to Athena. uV- i':: ;*: ;: a county town. Mr. Levy ays, i: in an exceedingly prosper- ; we have ? a r ranged* f # a little store news for you here—news of £ | \ things you are most apt to want at about IJ this time of the year. And, when you J come here we want you to expect to find % \ things just as we represent them. We J J figure on being here among you a long, J X long time; and the one thing that we want J * more than any other one thing is your J [J confidence. Try trading here. Even J 3. h it's on jjome little thing. We think J £ I like it. Welcome. r heater wanters # c down the "new path" will find—we knew they ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 September 1903

j RECRUIT I 1 The Cigar I I That Will I I Suit. I I 5c I I That rare combination —high quality I I and low price. Sold everywhere. I I Save the Bands I H Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to one tag from Star Tobacco in securing presents. H NEW YORK NEWS NOTES Chief Itevery's Ambition to Get Even. CiriES LICEISC U GKAiITIW Fed Statues to Great Men in New York—Speculation in Theater Tickets. New York, Sept 19. —In the ap proaching municipal election ex- Chief Devery is an interesting figure, because of his audacity. He, least of all of the people of the city, has any expectation of being elected. With him it is simply a purpose to get even with Tammany for its repudiation of him by completing the assurance of its defeat. The most optimistic of bis frineds do not claim more than 250,000 votes for him. It is believed generally that what he will pull away from the democratic party will more than offset the defection from the fu s-ionist ranks. Mahattan enjoys singular exemption fr...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 September 1903

•$-*ft-*£* *** % !» '■" '** 4.l*C K i<,4 A« . % I Don't Hesitate j '■' « • --i.d-d ie i ".bete ' -"^ v **s>\ i$SB > &3k I !" have y " nr liLon laundered to bring? . \ f. : ' to the WALLA WALLA STEAM 1 / LAUNDRY. You will always thank > ' j** for thifl tiP- -s y °f will be sure to* ' v'---J ; -' S reap ""alloyed sa'is:'action in the ex-1 i ■ 4 iui.-ite manner in which we do up? ''\y ' J'i"f f #your shirts, collars and cuffs. No* < f •'fej!s v £?J A^'J■■ J; ''rayed edges, no broken buttonholes,* f]f'^.--^% /A"-, «pbut linen that is se;.t home in a per-2 &-SP-s- v #feci condition, with a color and finish* ;-f Son it that are unsurpassed. * a » MING EVENTS. la Valley Fruit Fair, Wal la s pteniber 28 to October 4. . Spokane, September 29 tigi o National Guard en n >ar American la*.te, Sep- Conventlon of County Superin- Hidents, Olympia, September 28-30. Ipacifi ''<>ast Fire Chiefs, Olym , . Sepl ember 22-25. -i r s Carnivals, Etc. ;V: ton State Fair, North...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 September 1903

1 Give fls Your f Z t -' •gj•< 5. § 3 * S W / *'*» Y» ■i. § * Having once seemed your pat- J $ ronage it will he our earnest 2 9 endeavor to retain it. £ t * 1 Jl Lo clam I I s LOCAL ITEMS. The Twentieth Century dancing club will give its first hop of the sea son October i. W. W. Robertson, editor and pub- BBher of the Yakima Republic is reg istered al the Dacres today. Rev. C. F. Anderson, of Charlton, "fa., will praach at the Christian church tomorrow morning and eve ning. Count Auditor Honeycutt is mail ing out copies of his annual state ment of the county's finances to each auditor of the state. The first meeting of the Associated Students of Whitman college will be be Id next Wednesday morning when important business will be transacted. Tales of big trout teeming in the Walla Walla river will attract a num ber of Walla Walla fishermen to tha: stream tomorrow morning. The Stream lias niched its norma] stage and fishing is said to be excellent. Prof <>. A Hauerbach, form...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. 808 EVANS CENSURES Court Martial That Ac quitted Paymaster CHARGED WITH DRINKENNESS And Scandalous Conduct While on S 1 ore Leave—Evans Mad Clear Through. Washington, Sept. 21.—Mail reports to th< navy department this morning main what 13 probably the most seven 1 astisiation ever administered members of a general court 1; was in the case of an as ■ 1 i\-master, Fichworth Nichol -501 ■ is a native of California and emei I the service two years ago. He tried and convicted on the if drunkenness and of scand conduct tending to the destruc ;ood morals. It was alleged thai while on shore at Chee Foo, China Xi holson while intoxicated, - an elderly civilian. The of the 1 our: was that Nich -1 iuced five numbers in Rear Admiral "Figting Bob" Evans in revii dug the ease says that the was of such character that -. Qi >nee should have been noth ing less than dismissal from the navy. Thr< officers of the court recom !. I clemency. Evans says that thes...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

Henry F. | Hiller & Sons' Piano Again Triumphant St. Paul's School For Girls Purchased one of these highly artistic makes for their music hall to be used in concert work. The design of case is strictly "nilleronian," chaste and re fined, and is styled OLD VIRGINIAN in appreciation of the beautiful old colonial styles of the early days of Virginia. : : : : : We >ho\v during this week a Henry F Miller piano in design after the style of FRANCIS I. Henry F. Hiller Pianos are not the Cheapest, j but the Best ------ i I DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. I 51 EAST HAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge **** * * * * * m * * ■* % Calling Cards % « = y| % Invitations » t % ; Wedding Stationery g % ~~ j *I AT HOHE CARDS 1 * ! ■ » % MENU CARDS ] « » * 1 JL. S * ! 17 d evt rything m % \ j the nature of :": \ 1 mm mi. \ 2 1 V ] 2 • 2_ , § ft \\ c have an excellent 2 line of sample s of the >% 9 approved forms for 4e s'oeiety printing and J J ustomers are assured 3 <» that their printing will J ! a...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

LATEST LONDON FASHIONS. The Great Vogue of Velveit —Laces More Fashionable Than Ever. London. Sept. 3, 1903. As the clown in Lie circus says '•here I am again!" I hay -imply haunted the west end' for the last week, and have come to The conclusion that while all new | modest the modistes have culled the choicest, and the variety is so great that every woman may select her style to -uit her own individuality, al-1 ways avoiding "Manishuess" which is no longer smart. This is the day of the truly femi-: nine. Out -oor wraps for all occasions,! whetb r they be long, short, or half! length savor of the elaborate and j quaint The sumptuous coat with which milady covers her carriage or | evening costume partakes of the pic-! turesQue or luxurious. Capes, single, double and triple pereline shaped, fischn shaped or round, cover the top! of the arms in both simple and elab orate wraps. Brown bids fair to hold the favor it has gained and a brown frock for autun:a is an absolutely safe propo sit...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance $ c M Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o"clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Tuesday oeca.-ional rain. HEIFFNER IS WRONG. Chairman Heiffner of the democrat ic stale committee in a recent inter view in the Oregonian expressed the opinion tiiat if the republicans nomi nate Mcßride for governor next year the democrats should Irop the rail road issue. Tlie Statesman had never before susp...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

For the best display of your fine China, secure one of the CHINA CLOSETS VVe are showing. They're in fine oaks and fitted with bent glass suits and front, r-ome oi them are topped with beveled mirrors tastily arranged ------- DRESSING TABLES In Birds Eye Maple and t |uartered Oak ESDERT'SDOUBLE STORE Corner Fifth and Main. BRIEF LOCAL NEWS Of TODHT H. L. Grave* of Weston is among! risitors to Walla Walla today. J. D. Stoat of Dayton i.s in the city siting his who, who is ill in the hos-j < pital i Louis Schmidt, a prominent saloon keeper of Prescott, is in the city vis itii g bis family. Baxter Crawford and 11. H. Eklred, prominent Prescott people, are regis : red at the State today. R. G. Stanley of the Stanley music ..-I has returned from a business trfp to Starbuck and vicinity. The Statesman office is indebted to Hampton Huff, the Ninth stivet fior isl for a beautiful bouquet of asters. > i mci'lman J. F. McLean, who at ded the Irrigation congress as a gate, returned yeste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

I 5c Cigar I A stranger in a strange place should remember to ask mm for the Cremo. You can tell it by the band. I H The Largest Selling Brand of H SB 77? c Sand i*j f/?t? Smoker's Protection, THE LAW AT FAULT Urn Land Measure Al lows Gross Frauds Land Commissioner Richards Points Out Its Weak Points—Should Be Repealed. Washington, D. C. —No one in Washington stands ready to deny ti:*- neneral charge made by Senator P\dt»n that some officials, of the in h rior department have been giving art advance information to land qpHuiTalons in Oregon and other which enabled them to settle ÜBtm thousands of acres of public it«Os which were soon thereafter em taSted la great temporary Withdraw al Made for forest reserve purposes. Dalesa the senator makes his charges qpetSfic, names the nwa who have nmUte speculative entries, designates land that has been so entered, or points out the leaks through which Hwradators have obtained advance :tJ"(vmatioii. his allegation will not l-v given serious co...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

I l t>on't Hesitate I • «' ;WlK ' n you ' aye ""decided where io* I ' • t >' our linell laundered to briiul i k I' 1 }° the WALLA WALLA STEAM» • f->f . You will always than!; 1 * ifmmWj * Js tor this tip - v "- s you will be sure to * ' i '/fe- V/jr 4- ■,^"-V" : ' ■ % -c ' a l' unalloyed satisfaction in the ex-# Mi jdWrnW I * *> luisite manner in which we do ups ■ : W' '' '■' m f- '' owr shins > collars and cuffs. No* ■4'-/ ? -*fc : ?V^' M 2-rayed edges, no broken buttonholes.* M • ,ut Unen that is sent home in a per-2 #*ect condition, with a color and finish* c c~i. 2-a it that are unsurpassed. * - ............... . f . . ,„. . . A COMING EVENTS. , Valley Fruit Fair, Wal- S ptember 28 to October 4. .-"pokane, September 28 ;.'U National Guard en a, ■ . near American toe. Sej)- temher 14-23. Convention of County Sur-erin . en ts, Olympia, September '28-30. Coast Fire Chiefs, Olym ja, September 22-25. Fairs, Carnivals, Etci. I Washington State Fair, North Ya-i '/ma, Sep...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 September 1903

" »l 1 Give Us Your s | Deposits. I 1 -■■ - : 3 \ .... T , J s I*! Wt: t i w | • Having once seemed a custo- j 1 mer, it is our purpose to make & 9 his relations with us pleasant. J IJ. L. ELAM I 2 5 SCORED FRUIT FAIR Rev. Turner Made Pointed Remarks Yesterday. WANTS FAIR CLOSED SUNDAY Absurd Story Printed in Spokane Pa per That Ellery's Band Had Gone Smash Denied by Secretary Van De Water. The fruit fair management is hav kljt troubles of its own these days. Saturday night the Spokane Chronicle printed a doubtful story to the effect thai Ellery's Royal Italian hand bad gone smash, and yesterday morning from his pulpit in the First Baptist fenreh, Rev. Holman B. Turner hand :>ie fair management a severe ar raignment for permitting the sale of aofi drinks and confections at the fair :,n t'n.' Lord's day. His denunciation of the fair man agement was couched in no uncertain language, i. is said. The arraignment caused a sensation among the large congregation present which from t...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

VOLUME 30. HORRIBLE MASSACRES Still Continue in Pro vince of Macedonia. REFUGEES FLOCK TO ROUMANIA The Sultan Blandly Offers to Pacify Bulgaria if That Conutry Needs Help. Burghas, Eastern Roumania, Sept. 22 -Eight thousand fugitives from ■ donia and Adrianople are here and others are arriving hourly. All ts indicate terrible conditions. R rts have underestimated the fa ts. Four thousand women ana are starving in the woods alone the border. The Turks have m of all important points and ar • c instantly augmenting their forces. S Sept 22. —The Porte has ad- Iressed a not to Bulgaria saying that Li onsi rs the mission of Inspector rash a of the Turkish forces . nia answers all the purpos ■ international commission • ■b\ Bulgaria and if Bulgaria to re-establish order in her vn t< rrii >ry, the suzerain is always come to her assistance. FEDERATION OF LABOR DOINGS. Washington, Sept. 22.—The' morn- 1 ing - -.-ion of the executive committee the Federation of Labor was devot the lu-ari...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

See— Our New Pianos Fresh From the Factory embrac= ing such good ones as mm REED & SIS SHIER. We are prepared to offer greater inducements than ever before on our line of pianos. Talking machines and disc records. Large new stock just reciev ed. \lar\y selections will secure you latest disc music. DWELLEY-HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST fIAIN Four Doors . A bove the Bridge «. dk *« *#.*A *. A A .5. T, .> A *.»«, A A tfc «i «■ cl «t. ; 3 C; ill ing Cards J 15 5 1 T * * invitations > J Wedding Stationery * S * *I at Horte CARDS $ J j MENU CARDS J 8;i« • ' ! « !' i: everything in , ( ; J J //<£• nature of :\: , j I SOCIETY PRINTING, j 4 5 «J -•' > i t t * \\ c have an excellent * I Line of samples of the »■ 1 * approved forms for Jj * s H-iety printing and * I J9 customers are assured '* * that their printing will « be done in the right 1 $ : | * » Jj o South Third Strecet J «* H J I Telephone Main 123 I f 5 .v. ! lie Mm nun! m\ VVV9*9' *« w « $» *♦«$ VV 4 Minneapolis Art Exh...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

c& c won(^er f ul progress of this Association is shown by the following table of sales: 8,000 Barrels sold in 1865. 18,000 Barrels sold in 1870. 131,035 Barrels sold in 1880. 702,075 Barrels sold in 1890. 939,768 Barrels sold in 1900. 1,109,315 Barrels sold in 1902. Largest Brewery in the World LAW TO BE TESTED. ! Anf,.Compact Act in South Dakota Hard Fought by Insurance Companies. Mitchell, S. D., Sept. 22.—The for ;_-:. insurance companies will test the constitutionality of the new law. The legislature last winter passed the 'ant-compact law," which seeks to t all fire insurance companies I business in this state from en ag into any agreement or com : n by fixing rates or commis -. n« or the manner of transacting bus iess and making violation a ml's eanor, punishable by fine; and al . ■ owering the insurance oommis to revoke the license of law I; iking companies. P 'stoc tV- Hannett of this city have been retained on behalf of the com ; v s and instructed to proceed with Yest...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance * c 00 Six months 3 One month by carrier e » One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished In Walla Walla, CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight Increasing cloudiness: Wednesday showers and cooler. PILES VS. HAMILTON. The true Inwardness of Ed Hamil ton's candidacy for the United States senate is gradually leaking out. It is now plain that he Is the chosen can didate of the ruiiroad lobby, which after mature deliberation decided that Foster was not strong...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

i pi ir the st display of your I fine China, secure oue of the ! CHiNA CLOSETS We are showing. They're in fine oaks and fitted with ' cut glass si les %nd front, -onu-' of them are topped with beveled mirrors tastily DRESSING TABLES In P.irds Kye Maple and !i>l>L XT : S DO L'BL E STORE Corner Fifth and Main. [ m LOCRL Ml Of TODRY j Born, in Walla Walla, September 2i \ ,i Mr, and Mrs. Max Baumeisier, Marion Koger, a warehouseman or I • is at the Walla Walla hospital g surgical treatment. A false alarm sent in from the r ner of Third and Walnut streets . ■ ight gave the fire department a Attorney J. H. McDonald rightly :' Walla Walla mentioning him 4IU?.I*hIUK U h h U h U U h ti- > <> <T> a>> IJ -V ->..J- -J. 3 jj. jfj. ij. -> J> -> -> i> .> -"j. -> -> •*> WE HAVE A NOTION— J Everybody gets a notion once in a 4 while, you know. Well, we have one that *# V there are a lot of mighty fine people who £ don't, just yet, but ought to....

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

IjM For a good smoke? .Then H AIM I I to get a Recruit 5c cigar? I I When you touch the I FIRE I to it you'll understand I why it's at the front with I the great army of smokers I TWO BANDS ,-ROM RECRUIT CIGARS ARE EQUAL H TO ONE TAG FROM STAR TOBACCO IN SECURING PRESENTS V ' H SaVe the "Band I 1. •County Commissioners' Proceedings. September S. 1903. The board of county commissioners I Walla Walla county, Washington. meJ pursuant to adjournment. Mem bers present: Edw. Cornwell, chair ■mn; P. E. Smith and J. N. McCaw, commissioners, and W. J. Honeycutt, county auditor and ex-officio clerk of rht- board. The minutes of the proceedings held in August. 1903. were read and approved. I" is ordered by the board that the comity auditor be directed to draw warrants on the current expense fund in the sum of $2,422.54, in favor of the State treasurer, to make the finaj pay ment of principal and interest due on the land contracts No. 616 and No. 617, including (he fees for issuing the rkc-ds f...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

I Don't Hesitate f ' «-'•'•'••• ' " nr- i — iued where to-' i - - •'. ** :,fn 'e your linen laundered to bring.. > ' <!< ) k»-V !° tho WALLA WALLA STEAM* "•V-.:,/'W:>-/. 4 LAUNDRY. You will always thank 1 jm? - V ' ; $ « tor this tip. c.s you will be sure t o \ M ,- : >- unalloyed satisfaction in the ex-4 Sff' «fc l i uMly r »anner in which we do upX '\\- ' .j'Y ~ - «;your shirts, collars and cuffs. No* • *'f">' ft&Jfc \ :/ {'frayed edges, no broken buttonholes* JX " - * ,ut linen that is sent home in a per-Z f \ Jpfect condition, with a color and finish* . s-'t Son it that are unsurpassed. <* COMING EVENTS. .. Walla Valley Fruit Fair, Wal ■ Walla September 2S to October 4. »ytery, Spokane, September 29! ington National Guard en ■;. nr. near American laKe, Sep- Conventlon of County Superin tendents, Olympia, September 28-30. Coast Fire Chiefs, Olym pi a> September 22-25. Carnivals, Etc. I Wasl ington State Fair, North Ya ' kin ... S cember 28 —October 3. ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 22 September 1903

Give Us Your ] :; ( [;eposlSs. J «j n 9$ - s ;:" .1 3 'f " J L E LAMS "I [ '*« /! avonce seemed a casto- | « it is our purpose to make his relations with us pleasant, jj * _—. 41 tj. L.ELAMI ATTEND CONVENTION 6eod Roads Association Will Attract Delegates. it MELD IN SPOKANE NEXT MONTH "T>ir«e County Commissioners and Del egates From Commercial Club Will Attend From Walla Walla. The State Good Roads association n: vi meets in Spokane for a three • session next month will prob riKKs '<>• attended by the three county ■ ■ mi ssi oners and delegates from the WM la Walla Commercial (dub. Dele jrat~ s from every good roads associa tSanm and commreciaJ body in the state •v bp present and the meeting it is 'predicted, will result in much good in road making. fctartia Dodge, director of the gov -• i • .-.cent good roads train, will be in FtjmHlTnnr during the convention with MCB train and will give a demonstra rtr..'. of road making on Hues laid Hmm i>v the government experts. V*&...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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