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A NICE DISTINCTION
On account of sickness only 19 of
the club were present The evening
was spent in a social way F?ed
Hamond and Blanche Carley fur
pished the music; a solo was given
by Jack Wallace. Pioneer (0.) Tri-
"GRAND OPERA AND MUSIC!"
A Cleveland, Ohio, wholesale firm
deals in "Pants and Clothing."