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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 21 November 1912

PAGE 6. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising CLEARING BIDS WANTED. I want bids for thoroughly clear ing between seven and eight acres on my forty, the old Cameron place near the Union Manufacturing Co mill, west of Lynden. Work must be finished by April Ist, next. All bids must reach me on or before December Ist. I reserve te right to reject any or all bids. 11-21-lt. ANDREW MATHESON N'KW FULL sized Iron Beds 98 cents ; fancy art tick cotton Hun tresses. J2.05. A Bale on ingrain Art squares, quarter wool. Fifty cent value, price cut to 37 Cts, per yard; sizes up to 12 x 15ft. Also a lot of Brussels and AJt rninster Rugs at attractive pric es. C. W. Waldron. Elk street, Helllngham. STRAYED—White faced sorrel, a bout 200 libs.; left my place Sunday morning; also 2 cows; a red Jersey with small bell; the other a large brindle with bell; left my place last Frida...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 21 November 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. Lynden Lodge. No. 71. meeta every Saturday lr. Odd Fellows' Hall. C. E. Bay, N. G. H. B Meiuhauer, Secretary. Nookßßi'k Valley Encampment. No. 60. meets first aud third Weduesdaya In Odd Fellows' Hall Geo Scovil, C. P. U. S. Me.ut.auet. Scribe. Uarmuny Beln-eca Lodge. No. 35. meeta flrat aud third Saturduys in 1. o. O. F. Hall. Ethel Bailey. N. G. Airs. W. W. Palmer. Secretary. MASONIC. Lynden Lodge. Ma. 56. meets second and fourth Thursdays tn Masonic Hall. Geo. A Palmer W SI. U. W. Bender, Set I }. Lynden Chapter, No. 12. 0. E. S., meets first and third Thursdays in Masonic Ha.l. Mrs Geo V> . Uall. W. M.. Geo. W. Hall, Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodge, No. 13". meets every Monday In X of I. Hall. A. Kuuser. C. C. U. S. Stein bauer. k. of B. S. Lynden Temple. No. 82. Tytblan Sisters, meet* aetuuu aud fourth Wednesdays in v. of P. Hull MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd and 4th Satnrdaya In Plxley'a Ball, on Third St. Warren L Hawley, Clerk. EBO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 21 November 1912

PAGE 8. SHEFKET PASHA Shefket Pasha, who is commander in-chief of the Turkish troops in the war with the Balkan states. MILITIA PLAN OUTLINED Acting Secretary of War Asks Co-op eration of Governors Washington.—One of the most im portant moves in recent years to pre pare the national militia for use in time of war is proposed in letters ad dressed by Acting Secretary Oliver to the governors of all the states and ter ritories inviting their co-operation In the war college plans for the organiza tion of the militia into 12 tactical di visions. The letters point out that If the militia is to be used as a field force effectively In war time it can be done by this system of divisions, and to in sure the proper working of the plan all of the details should be worked out in time of peace. I. W. W. Reach Honolulu Honolulu. —Reaching out across the Pacific Ocean, the Industrial Workers of the World have begun a campaign of organization among the laboring classes of the Hawaiian Islands. Their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

Vol. 5 PROCEEDINGS OF" THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF WHATCOM COUNTY WASHINGTON-NOVEMBER SESSION, 1912. Monday, November 4, 1912. The Board of County Commission ers met pursuant to adjournment tak en on October 16, 1912. Present, Will H. Fell, chairman; J. G. Kemper and John Simpson, county commissioners, and Alex Van Wyck, Clerk of the Board, in attendance. The following claims were allowed and proceedings had: Current Expense Fund. Salaries of Auditor and As sistants $ 642.05 Salaries of Clerk and Assist ants 358. 3". Salaries of County Attorney and Assistants 323.31 Salaries of County Treasurer and Assistants 506.60 Salaries of Sheriff and As sistants 468.3H Salaries of Assessor and As sistants 510.00 Salaries of County Engineer and Assistants 398.3.". Salaries Supt. County Schools and Assistant 225.00 Salaries Supt. County Home and Assistants 190.0n John A. Kelogg. salary as Su perior Judge 125.00 Ed E. Hardin, do 125.00 Will H. Foil, salary as county commissioner 150.00 J. G. Kemp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

' PAGE 2. QUALITY and VALUE STYLE AND GENTILITY- ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNC MEN. is the basis element in our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible-the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability .to back up your investment; MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 YOUR BUSINESS. If you are a customer at this bank you have assurande of our personal interest in your business success. We make it a part of our business to give such time and attention to our customers as their interests require. <JWe make it a point that every busi ness ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

EFFORTS TO STEAL ELECTION THWARTED When tht attempts to steal the election for Hay became SeUaat and me fact that some of Hajs appoint ees, while supposedly being paid toi their services to the state, were checking election returns in various places in an effort io count Hay in and Lister out, Mr. Lis ter issued the following statement; "1 am receiving information from over the state to the effect that Ha\ appointees, notably his members ol the state tajt commission, are go ing from county to counij checking the official count as it is being ::.ade and in Borne instances at tempting to point out alleged er rors which invariably are in Gov ernor Hay s interests and which, to use plain language, looks to be an attempt to count me out "1 want to go on record now as saying that 1 have been fairly elect ed governor of the state of Wash ington by a plurality of between Tub and l.Obu in one of tbe hardest lought campaigns in the state's, history and it would be an injustice to the people o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accaisor to Pacific Pilot, first pabl'd Anr- *«• 1901 X.T-nden aim. first pnbUi'd Jans 89, 1904 lynden Sun-Pilot, ••tab. Aug. 10. 1905 Published at I.ynden. Whatcom Co., Washington, •very Thursday. X. aOSXHaWEIO Ownw and PnbUahw Entered aa second-class mall matter. July >. 1908, et the post office at Lyn da,!, Washington, under the Act or March 3. IST9. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SfBSCUIPTION KATES. One Year ln Advance »*.»' Six Months in Advance.... •¥! C anada and Korean, one > ear Advertising Kates furnished on appli cation. Thinkagh This day baa ■ deep significance this yoar. A grateful people of state ami nation are thankful that the shackles of political slavery are bro ken and that at least a decided step forward has been taken on the way to wards social and industrial just ice. That the nation is enjoying un usual prosperlt) and abundance is a fruitful cause for gratitude, aud all in all. there are man] Meanings for which we may return...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Miss Sarah Westman of Belling ham visited Mrs. J. P Boerhave the first of the week. Mr. A. E. Geist of Seattle visit ed in Lynden this week, tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs Marion Biehler. Mrs. R. Eerkes of Oak Harbor is visiting relatives and friends in Lynden this week. Mr ß . A. R. Smith and daughter Hazel, of Seattle, are visiting the Jackman families. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelly will give a Thanksgiving dinner at tbe Shady trook mill today. Covers will be laid for about twenty-five guests. Some one hereabouts has lost an initial stick pin. One that was found has been left with the Bau man Implement Co. Mrs. Schrimsher, of Ketchican Alaska, iB here on a 3-weeks visit to her parents, Gen. and Mrs Mc- Pherson. Dad True says that whenever you see a man's mouth water as he go«-e into the postoffiee theße days you can bet your summer wages that he's a democrat. Mr. 1. G. Neevil left on Tuesday for Seattle where he will visit for a couple of weeks after which he will go to Cali...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

" PAGE 6. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising WANTED —By a middle aged wo man, position as housekeeper in a small family, or with two or three gentlemen, in small town or on ranch, where she can have the privilege of developing flock of chickens. Small salary. Mi's. Ida Collins, R. F. D. 3, Belling ham, Wash. 11-28-lt. FOR RENT—3OO Acres, all rivet bottom; good house and barn, and good orchard. Farm will handle tiO milk cows. Owner will stock farm with cows for the man If taken by 15th or 20th of December. Inquire Beckes & Sm art. li-28-tf. NOTICE. To all my friends who have de sired me to do Shoemuking: I am now prepared to do your work .it my home, two blocks west of The Tribune office. R. K. HELPER. no-28-tl WANTED —First class residence properly in Lynden In exchange for 40 acres alder bottom land. For particulars inquire, The Tribune. no-28-tf STRA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. 0. 0. F. Lynden I,odf;e. No. 71. meets every Ssturday In Odd Fellows' Ball. c. t- bay, N. G. H. s Stetnhauer, Secretary. Nookaark Valley Encampment. No. 5«. meets first and third Wednesdays in odd fellows' Ball, iieo Sssavtti C. P. B. h. Steinhauer, Scribe. Harmony Brbecca Lodre. No. S&, meeta first and third Saturdays ln 1 o. o. F. Hall. Ethel Bailey, N. G. Mrs. W. W. Palmer, Secretary. MASOHIC. Lynden Lodfe. No. 56. meets second and fourth Thursdays in Masonic Hall. Geo. A. Palmer. W M. li. W. Bender, See'?. Lynden Chapter. No. 12. O. E. S.. meeta first and third Thuradaya in Maaunlc Hall. Mrs. Geo W. Ball. W. M. Geo. W. Ball, Secy. KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS Lynden Lodge, No. 137, meets every Monday ln X of P. Ball. A. Punter. C. C. U. S. stein haver. hi. of K. 8. Lynden Temple, No. 82, Pythian Sisters meets •ei'unu and fourth Wednesdays In I. uf P. Ball MODES.V WOOSKEX. Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturdays In Ptiley'i Ball, on Third si. Warren L Bssrley, Clerk. BB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 28 November 1912

PAGE 8. Farm and Garden PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE. Timber Crop Is of Slow Growth, but It Pays to Cultivate It In order to get a crop of potatoes we plant and cultivate; if we want the best orchard we spray and prune, but we let nature plant and cure for tbe wood lot, and then we wonder why that woodlot does not pay. The timber crop can be Improved by care for tbe same reasons that other crops can be improved. Although it takes longer to raise this prop than any other, it can be raised on land otherwise unprofitable or idle. Such a crop will ln the end yield a comfortable bank account, and the value of tho wood lot to the farm Is greater than tbe sale value of tbe crop in the convenience and the saving of money by having various wood prod ucts at hand, in protecting tbe build Photograph by New York State Agricul tural college. STAND OF BARD WOOD IMPROVED By PROPBB CARE. logs and fields from wind and iv tbe beauty of tbe farm. Tbe time is com ing when thrifty young timber not yet large ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

Vol. 5 ARMISTICE TO STOP WAR OPERATIONS Armies in Turkey at Standstill While Peace Negotiations Are Conducted. London.—The terms of the armis tlca which will be signed iv a few days, according to reports from Con stantinople, provide that the armiet shall remain in their present position and cease entrenching, reinforcing 01 bringing up ammunition. Adrianopl. and Scutari shall not be evacuated but their garrisons shall receive ra tions daily sufficient for one d..y. Bulgaria is willing that Adrianop! shall remain Turkish, providing Tui key will pay an indemnity of 1240,©00, 000. It is expected the armistice will es tend for about a fortnight if necessar. and cover the whole field of opera tion*. The difficulty with respect t, the beleaguered garrisons of Adrian ople and Scutari is being surmount c. by permitting them to receive da:!; rations during the armistice. The plenipotentiaries appear tc ha\< been concerned so far solely in ar ranging armistice, but the peace con ference i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

' PAGE 2. QUALITY and VALUE STYLE AND GENTILITY-- ARF. ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. Quality is the basis element in our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible--the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability to back up your investment; GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. Bellingham. Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence. Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire. Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 THREE GOOD REASONS Why THIS Bank Should Be YOUR Bank: First- A good, influential banking connection is absolutely essen tial to the proper conduct of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

THE STORY Of Roosevelt, Taft, and the Repudlican National Convention told in the Election Returns. Now that the election returns are complete enough to give a fairly accurate report on the popu lar vote for president, it is interest ing to go back over political history and see how these slates are divid ed between President Taft and Colo nel Rooseveß, comparing the re turns to the apportionment of del egates in the republican national convention at Chicago. As striking evidences of "fraud' on the part of the republican na tional committee and the republi can national convention, the pro gressives have pointed to the seat ing of Taft delegations from Wash ington and Arizona; to the seating of two Taft delegates each from California aud Alabama Making a table of the popular vote in these states lor Roosevelt and Taft the following is the result: Roosevelt. Tatt. Alabama 22 620 9.671 Arizona 6.408 2,989 California 283,250 2,310 Texas 26,740 28,668 Washington 71,252 39,55.'. Totals 410...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

P wiin 4. Tlir. I.VNDF.N TRIHUNE Sn«H...a.ir In r«i>in« wiii«. niat imiii'd ana. a*, isoi t.fun.ii ■mi, ni.t imlttu'A Jim. a», I no* it..,i... smi rilnl, •■l»ii. Aug. to, I nun Ihi hi label «t I i uiloii. Wlmli'iiiii iii , Wanliliisliui. p.v Tliiitailay. n nuannaw nut Own.r ui< ruhllalier glntOMd ii" giOQnfl tIOM mall ninll^i'. mii » ihii«. oi iii» pool oflloe «i Lye lion, NVanllliiKliui. UllllSf th« Ml Ol rilm.'li I till OrnOZAL paper or WHATCOM COUNTY Mt'li.'H'UM'TliiN NATWI. tins vo.,i iii jtoeonea ' . un Munilin In fcnvanei ."II v nnmu gnd foreign, eno 500t..... A.iim Using Ratsa furnished as «iu>ii MUon NttMsPiktrUMn Nowtnottono hMd I lii ti«m». v doetdod itand If Ming to ho token bj tho Protroootvoo lv the iMteloture ii*" winter <«< aboiton pnrij lineo In the cleetton or itoAj 1 nnd MOBtj wfneoro Thonmi r Murphtne, i« I'riNrfoootve member ot muh I'.'uinv otoetod on the Pro groaelro ponj ttekot, oßuooottonoi iv nne ot tho beet p<xted men M eteetton low* In lb ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

LOCAL and PERSONAL Little Helen Seth, who has been quite seriously ill is improving. Dan Cloud is spending the week in Seattle on business Mr. and Mrs J K. Rlnehart and lamily visited friends in Everett Let week. Mrs. Glass has returned from 3t. '-.ike's hospital where she has bean ill. Mrs. P. A. Wright and son visit ed friends ln Bellingham last week, v/eek. Mrs Clarence Hitchcock under went an operation in St. Luke s hospital last week. Mrß. C. H. McLeod has re turned from v two week's stay in St. Lake's hospital. Little Ivan Jamleson, who has been seriously ill for the past week is recovering. Mrs. C. E. Pangborn spent the past week at the home of her son E. L. Bash, of Delta. L. R. Waite, of Park. Washing ton was a Lynden visitor last Sat urday. Mrs. W. E. Baldwin is expected home in a few days from a visit to relatives in Imperial, Nebraska. Mr P. H. Kooyman is confined to his home with an attack of kil nev trouble. I Willis Worthen and family moved Friday to their new home ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

PAGE 6. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —a 20-acre tract, near Van Zandt, 8 acreß cleared, all slashed, all fenced, river bottom land. Price $1250, half cash, balance to suit. Address Box W, Park, Wash. e-o-w-des-2t-pd FOR SALE —Team of oxen, 7 and 8 years old. J. K. Troost, Phone 4709, it. F. D. 1, Ferndale. dcs-3t FOR SALE--Five room bungalow barn and three lots. P. O. Box 317, Lynden or Phone X 662 dc7tf 9x12 EVENLY MATCHED new Ax minster Rugs from $12 to $25, ti big assortment to choose from, wider or longer Rugs at the same price. Best quality Simmon's new Iron Beds 98 cents, are full size Art tick mostly cotton mattresses $2.65. All Furniture underpric ed Liberal terms on a good many goods. C W. WALDRQN, 1230 ELK STREET, BELLINGHAM. WANTED-—By a middle aged wo man, position as housekeeper In a small family, or with two or three gentlemen,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES L O. O. F. rJPSS Lo< ?.e. ■* 71. meets every Saturday In Odd Fellows' Hail. C. E. Bay N G H X Btetnhauer, Secretary. "' B Nooksack Valley Encampment, Nu. 66 meets Brst and third Wednesdays in odd F. Hows' Hull Weo Seoul. 0. P. U. 8. Steinhsuer. Scribe. Harmony KelH-cca Lodge. No. 35. meet* first and third Saturdays lv 1. o. o. r. Hail. Ethti Bailey. is. U. Mrs. W. W. Palmer. Secretary. MASONIC. Lyaden Lodge, No 60. meet* eecond and fourth TUul'KUa.vß iv Maaoaik HalL Geo A i'ulLuer w at. D, W. Bender. Bee j. " Lynden Chapter, Nu. 12, O. E. 8., meets Brat and third Thursdays iv Masoulc Hall. Mrs lieu W. Halt, W. M. Geo. W. HsU. Sec y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Lodicc, No. IST. meeta everr Monday In K. at P. Uall. A. Hunker, C. C. H. S. Stein kauri. X of it. S. Lynden Temple, No. 02. Pythian Sisters, meets »e...uj aud fourth Wednesdays iv K. of P. Uall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet ever.r Sod and 4th Saturdave in Pliiey'a Ball, on 'Ju.ru St. YV'aareii |_ Hawley, Clark. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 5 December 1912

' PAGE 8. FRANK T. O'HAIR Frank T. O'Halr, the Democrat who defeated Uncle Joe Cannon for Con gress in Illinois. Brief News of the week Fire destroyed the provision house of Armour & Co., at the Union stock yards in Chicago, causing a loss esti mated at $200,000. An amendment to the state consti tution making the teaching of patriot- Ism in the public schools compulsory was recommended by the Utah Teach ers' association. The liberty bell petition, mounted on a huge reel and containing the sig natures of nearly 500,000 school child ren of California, has been started on Its journey to Philadelphia. The Chinese Six companies of San Francisco and other Chinese organiza tions have posted notices urging every Chinese to be ready to contribute at least $10 for a fund for a war between China and Russia. The constitutional amendment pro viding woman suffrage in Michigan was defeated by 594 votes, according to figures compiled in the secretary ot state's office at Lansing from every coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 12 December 1912

Vol. 5 PROGRESSIVES HOLD CHICAGO CONFERENCE Party Leaders Assemble It Vlan on Work During Ne:.t Four Years. Chicago.—The event of the Weak ! the field of politics was the nutioua conference of progressive laadeis ii Chicago Tuesday and Wed&eeiay. t. devise plans for carrying on the v.or: of the party during the ne::t feu years.. Colonel Roosevelt was aaon those in attendance at the cr.nferi ;.o He has entirely recovered from hi wound and took active part. Among those who pariitir.itcJ i. the deliberations were: Com rat Stubbs of Kansas, William A lie White, Henry J. Allen. Editor v.i Valkenburg of Philadelphia, G::.'o: Pinihot, William Flinn. Lull Mow leader in Pennsylvania; Dean Kircl ney of Columbia university; Slat Chairman Hotchkiss of New ork, f~. mer Attorney Central Charles H. Boi aparte, Miss Trances Keller ol Kc\ York, Miss Alice Carpenter of Macs, chusetts and many other perso.,y t prominence. Colonel Roosevelt an, Mr. and Mrs McCorm'tk will bo th guests at Hull House ...

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