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Arf.KO.11 jJUL, JJJtiMUCKAT
I. S. Myers & Co. Are Adding Another
Floor to Their Clothing Store.
I S. Myers& Co. will noon occupy
the entire building In which then
fltoro 1b located, tha Hovro block, lit
nnd 120 South Mnln st. A lcaso of the
cntlro third iloor has been tnkeu mm
work Is to begin at onco to connect It
with tho floors now Occupied, by the
extension of stairways and elevntor
service. This floor Is now occupied by
J. C. Nceloy, who will be obliged to
move, ii nd by the olllccs until lately
used by Chas. Henry & Son. Partitions
Will bo taken out and tho entire floor
remodeled to suit the needs of the
This uddltlou to tlin Myers ,t Co.
store will give the Arm 12,000 feet of
floor spare, malting It ono of the larg
est nnd most complete clothing stores
in Northern Ohio. The growth of this
store hns been rapid, but especially so
during the pant two or three years.
Tho business done In 1001 broko nil
records by 20 per cent, and tho trade
of tho year Juit closing has been still
larger by 2." per rent. The quarters
now occupied are no longer sulflelent
to moot tho requirement!) of the In
creasing business and for some tlmo
tho Arm has had In view the oei-upaney
I. S. MYERS.
of tho ontlro block. A lenso covering n
number of yearn lias been made with
Minor Howe, tho owner of tho building
and it Is rxpeetcd that tlm additional
Iloor will be ready for occupancy by
February 1., In time for the t-prlng
Tho store of I S. Mjers A: I'o. was
established about 10 jenrs ngo, Mr.
Myors lielng a member f tho original
concern. Tho pieient partnership was
established Dure joins ago.
1. N Myers, the Hcnlor member of the
firm, has been In the clothing business
In Akron for 2(i years, and there Is no
limn bettlM Know n in the Undo ill Sum
mit enunlv. nor one in w lutiu buyers
lepoM- nioio i iinlldeiii i' He was born
nt Mam hosier, this comity, and came
J. W. BROWN.
to Altiuii when a vming man liven
bffori' Ii'Iiik in IiunIiu-n tor hluihclf, he
begin n Htilct mthcreiice to tho prin
ciple of neer making a misrepresen
tation I. now Intsl.v . and sluco being in
the biidiiioHH on his own account ho
has liccn able lo and does, make that
ono of the mottoes of tho store a mot
to wuUii Is conscientiously regarded
by ovory snlusinnn.
,1 W. Ilrowu and P. 11. Jennings aro
the other members of tho firm.
Mr. llrown Is n nutlvo of Akron, nml
entered the clothing trade when a
tnero boy, 20 years ago. Ho was as-
(.odated in the old New York storo
with Mr. Myers, when both wero em
ployes, nnd tho rule to give vnluo re
ceived to every uiuu with whom they
dealt hns been tho rulo of both. Of F.
II. Jennings tho same mny bo snld.
Mr. Jennings is a native of Summit
county, ulso, having been boru at Lojnl
Oak. He has been In the clothing trade
In Akron for 1," years, n largo part of
that time In tbo storo of which he Is
now one of tho proprietors. Tho large
"personal" trado he has Is evidence of
his bnvlrg always mado square dealing
Myers k Co. are Arm believers In tho
vnluo of advertising, but It Is an In
flexible rule with th-m to offer no In
ducements or make no promise:!
thiough printed advertisements or
word of month, which they cannot, or
F. II. JENNINGS.
do not fulfill In short, whatever the
claim or promise thi-y make they aio
"tliero with tho goods " Tho Ilrst class
character of every salesman, of every
one connected with the store, narl tho
determination of the Arm to have none
but such assistants and employes, has
contributed to tho success of the con
cern, When an employe makes a rep
resentation ho knows that he Is bind
ing not only his own word and himself
but the Ann as well. Every customer
may know Just what ho Is buying and
further that tho price ho pays Is the
snino as charged everyone else. Ono
prlco to everybody and no sale unless
satisfaction goes with It, nro lusepai
ablo from tho dally business of tho
It Is these things which have mado
tho storo glow and which mako tho
contemplated expansion necessary.
Now departments will bo added, and
when tho enlarged quarters are occu
pied, tho establishment will be one of
the most complete of Its kind any
The Koyal Templars Conducted
Christmas Tree and Banquet.
Members of Concordia Council, No.
Id, lto.Mit Templars, concluded n
Christmas tree nnd banquet Inst night
nt the headquarters at Kaisers hall,
About -100 members and friends as
sembled nt 8 o'clock and tho celebra
tion was opened with tho song, )
A large Christinas treo was Ancly
trimmed by the ladles of the Council,
and about ir of the children present,
rccched apples, candy nnd nuts. After
the little folks received their share,
Mr. John Plsher's orchestra plajed
for a dance.
Grand Councilor Or. Steilman, of
Cleveland, mid Supreme Deputy
liaehr wcic prcM'iit and took ';i now
applications for membership with
them homo to the hcndquurtcis. Con.
coidla Council baa grown lo 125 mem
bers In tho Nhort tlmo of Us existence,
a record of which the members can
be proud. Light lefieshmeutH were
served In tho banquol room by Iho
Indies and the celebration closed short
ly after midnight.
Hungarian Woman Draws Blood
An Interpreter of the Hungarian
langungo bud lo bo called Into I'ollco
court Wednesday morning to assist In
giving the details of a family light nt
n celery farm two miles north of Cuya
hoga Palls, Monday night. Tho par
ticipants wero Stove Hurlan and his
vvifo Mary, nnd her sister, Evo Pnlmoi,
'Ittugiirlnns past middle age, who work
mere, mo man had been uway and it
Is nlleged when bo came back charged
his wife with being unfaithful, ami It
Is claimed abused tho womnn. One
of them In retaliation scratched him
sovorcly In tho face.
The three defendants pleaded not
guilty, nnd their trials me sot for nvt.
Thta elgnaturo 1" on eiery box of tho gentila
Laxative Broiuo-Qulninc tmcu
I hut cm u cold In ouo tiny.
Croup and Hoarseness
Honey, Rum and Tar!
It Is the safest, surest and
vmost reliable Cough ftM-
iiine on the market.
rrleo 26 Cmlf
Miss Ada Vlnll, Is visiting In Zones
vllle, the guest of Miss Gertrude Itcedo.
Mr. and Mm. G. F. Knsch have
removed to their now homo In I'ortngo
Mr. C. W. Wolf, of S13 South Mnln
sc returned Tuesday from u trip to
Mrs. .Tomes UoGole, of Youngstown,
Is In the city visiting her mother at
111 Coburn 8t.
Miss Elizabeth Hcltzmau, n student
nt tho Gcnucseo Normal school, is
visiting at her homo, 1200 Hock nve.
The Northern Ohio Traction Co. to
Tho Northern Ohio Traction & Light
Co., nil property owi ed by tho grantor,
Mrs. J. W. Hnrtur, of 107 Stiaw St.,
who bus boon ill the past two weeks
with typhoid fever, and Is now nt
tbo City hospital, Is still very sick.
Mr. Henry J. llerrodlu, manager of
tho Wardrobe Clothing Store, who has
been 111 tho past weok with grip, has
reelvered sulllclontly to rcsuuio his
duties at the storo.
Tonight tho Akron Lundwohr society
will hold Its Clulstuias entertainment,
with a Christinas tree, a program,
gifts for tho ehlldien and a general
good time. Members of tbe socloty and
their friends aro Invited, and It Is ex
pected that tlicie will be u big crowd In
Miss Anna M. Itlgger, of Toledo, Is
visiting her parents on West Cedar st.
Mr. .1. G. Fluke, a piomlncnt business
man of AeIiIiiiuI, was in Akron Wed
nesday. He and Mrs. PluUo will visit
in llarbertou for a few days.
.Airs. Charles Uaymoud will be tho
hostess at tho residence of Col. Geo. T.
Perkins, New Year's eve, where there
will be a party to watch tho old year
out and the new year In. Howling and
cards are among the features of tho
entertainment prov Idcd.
Col. Gustnv I''. Flebegor, professor
of military tactics at West Point, has
concluded n holiday visit with Akron
friends and relatives, nnd returned
A sleighing party composed of 18
persons was given Tuesday night in
honor of Prof. John llrnvvster, who Is
visiting Mrs. Louis .Shiimaclier, of Pil
ar. After a sled ride Into the country
the party went to llarbertou Inn nun
pai took of supper. Cards and dancing
(.(instituted the amusements.
Members of Protective Hive, 1,. O.
T. M. held u very plotiwint mooting
Tuesday night, after which an Im
press mk'IiiI was given. In the uiean
liuie the I.mly Commander, Mis Anna
Lehman, was pieseuted a sliver
pudding set. After tho social, tho
women wero Invited lo tho banquet
mom, whero a dainty lunch was served
by Mis. Lehman and Mrs. F. G. Kelly.
Tho approaching wedding of Miss
Ileiirletto P. Harris, of Thnuiastowu,
to Mr. C. F. C. Whltoomb, of Pittsburg.
Is nunouueed, to take place at Pitts
burg. Pec. 27. The eeieniony will bo
performed by Hev. W. .1. ltusscll. Tho
bilde Is the youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, C. W. Harris, of Thomas
town. The groom Is tbu youngest sou
of Mrs. S. A. Whltcomb, of llalllmoro
lie is employed at Pittsburg as a
dmiiKihtMimn, with tho McCllntock,
Marshall Construcllon Co.
The piano pupils of Mitts Kale A Mi
nimi gave a recital Tuesday afternoon,
at fiS." West Market st. Composition
by Low, Gurlllt, Loeschorn, Merkel,
Wlliu, Heller, Pach, Mendelssohn and
Godiird wero played by the Misses
llairlett Wright, Helena Howhiud.
Florence Sclbcrllng, Margaret Wright,
llertlm Selberllug, lrouo Fenn, llerthn
nine, Mabel Fenu, Clara Hello 1,1m
rlc, Helen Grilllthsaud Mabel Shuiuan.
Mr. J. Ii. Smith, of 125 Hrouso st.,
hns returned to Indianapolis to tako up
work again with the Friilornal In
surame Co. Ho has been spending tho
hollda.vs with his family here.
Mrs. Frank Washer and Mrs. Ash, of
Greenville, Pa., are visiting at tho
icsldeuco of Mr. Henry Foiiehteiv HI
Dr A Walter Junes nnd Miss Vldn
Highlands Wlngorter, both of Akron,
were united In luairhige by ltov. How
ard s MacAyeal at ie homo of tho
bride, 121 Adolph avo., Tuesday oven
lug. Tho hoiibo was elaborately doc
orated. Seventy-tlvo guoets wero pro
sent, some being from Philadelphia,
Pittsburg, Cleveland and Canton. A
line bineh was served after tho cere
mony Thoy left Immediately for Now
Yotk on n two weeks' trip. On their
return they will reside at U18 North
In Akron Bank
Is $6,000,000 Greater
Than Last Year.
Indicative of the City's Splendid
Ono of the things Indlcnllvo of tho
growth of Akron, which hns been no
ticed during tho past few years, Is the
Increaso In tho bank clearings, ns deter
mined by tho Akron Clearing House
Ixist year tho clearings wore $28,
.sao,r.00, nnd that was tho largest sum
In tho history of tho city up to the
time. This year, however, the amount
has taken another big Jump. Tho total
bank clearing In Akron for tho year
ending todny, ns announced Wednes
day afternoon by N. C. Stone, man
ngcr of the Akron Clearing Houso as
sociation was $3I,5"S,300.
December, 1002, was tho biggest
month In tho biggest yenr, ns far n
bunk clearings were concerned. The
amount for the mouth, as determined
Wednesday, wns $.'!,-" 1.000.
Grove's Black Root liver Pills.
Mmte (ioiii nn iioIIyh prliiclplo obtnlnod
(rnin Jlliick Hoot. Tlnj net on thn liver
enunl to enlumal nml leuvu no bud nftor
nlinrts. Noitrlplnx, nrxlok Moiimch. Will
cure cUrunlu couitipaltun. l'rlco 26 com.
However, Were Work
ing For Money.
Gross Only Was Satisfied With
Chicago, Dec. III. When the Ameri
can Federal courts declared that Ed
mond Hostund borrowed his "Cyrano
do Hergcrae" from Samuel Eberlj
Gross' play, "The Merchant Prince ol
Cornvllle." Mr. Gross scorned Unnuclal
damages nnd' accepted only $1.
"I do not wnnt tho money," said tho
Chicago man. "All I wanted was vin
dication and honor."
Hut the author reckoned without tho
prosaic detectives who had aided him
In establishing his claim. They hnvo
asked that the courts compel Mr. Gross
to pny them $n,S0O for their forvlccs.
"Mr. Gross wrote the play nnd Kos
(and cribbed from It, that was plain
enough," say the detectives, "but wo
proved that Hostnnd cribbed. Ho may
have the honor of being nn author, but
wo want money for proving him
This Is the story behind nn assump
sit suit tiled In the circuit court by the
McKinoy i; Hnlaiid detcctlvo agency.
"The agency nlrcndy has received
$10,000 from me for tho work In tho
ease," said Mr. Gross. "I hnvo pnld
out ? 10,000 in prosecuting this case and
never got back one cent.
"My attorney ndvises mo that until
tho detective agency makes n full ac
counting, It owes mo Instead of my ow
Cannot be Used as a Trademark
by Any Firm.
Wushliigton, Dee. 81. Tho commis
sioner of patents has announced that
hereafter no advertiser or ttndctitnan
will be allowed to uso tho nnnio or
picture of tho President of tho United
States for advertising purposes. He
will refuse to register either no u trndo
mark. A Ann recently tried to have
"Tho ltoosovelt Hose" registered.
Hubert Heekwlth pleaded guilty In
Police court Wednesday morning to
tho clinrgo of Intoxication, nnd wnB
lined $2 and costs. Ho wns tho only
ono arraigned upon that chnrgo.
SAID TO HAVE
DRAWN A KNIFE.
Ilcnvv Sentence For Alleged As
vault b; Jese Allen.
A dlsturbnnco In Albln 0. Schuster's
saloon on North Howard St., Tuesday
night brought Jesse Allen to grief.
Allen wns chnrged In Pollco court
with drawing n knlfo on tho pro
prttor. Ho pleaded guilty to assault
and battery, nnd Ills Honor lined him
!?2r. nnd hontcnCcd him to 30 days In
May Come to Coal Dealers In
Cleveland, 0., Dee. at. Thoro Is talk
hero that local coal dealers mny bo
called on charges of an alleged con
spiracy on their part to regulato tho
prices of conl so that exorbitant rates
mny bo changed.
Combine Formed by Atterholt
has Capital of $3,000,000.
Trenton, N. J., Deo. 31. The Pioneer
Polo & Shaft Co., capital 53,000,000,
wns Incorporated hero yesterday to
mnnufneturo woodwork for carriages
and other vehicles. Tho Incorporators
aro P. M. Atterholt, V. H. Thelss und
II, U. Audrcsv, all of Akron, O.
Program For Next Farmers'
An excellent program has been pre
pared for tho sessions of tho 21st
Annual Inst. Farmers' Institute, which
will be hold at Apollo hall, Cuyahoga
Fulls, Jan. 7 nnd S. There will bo
music, addresses and papers on sub
jects of especial Interest to tho farmer,
and on subjects Interesting to people
WHAT OF DICK?
A Nineteenth District Republican
Endorses Mr. Merrick.
Judge J. M. .Stull, of Warren, yes
terday published the following com
munication In tho Lender:
To tho Kdltor of tho Loader.
Myron T. Hcrrlck Is tho mnn to
nominate for Governor, nis (runllQ
cations me admitted. Ueyoud this,
his uomluatlm would unite the Re
publicans of Cleveland ob tho nomina
tion of no other man would. Let tho
Itepubllctins of Clovcland come to
gether, "let bygones bo bygones," ana
then ask the Garllcld Club of tho Nine
teenth District to moot with you nt
Cleveland, nnd wo will bo there.
HON. .T. M. STULL,
Ono of tho otigltml members of tho
Tho American Cereal mills have beeu
closed down for tho purpose of repairs,
ur.d taking an inventory. The shut
down may last all week.
Funeral of Mrs. Hoffman.
The funeral of Mrs. Haumih Hoff
man, who died Wednesday morning,
will bo held fdom her Into resldonce,
1117 South Mnln st., Friday afternoon
nt 2 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope
A quuntity of eggs, butter, crackers,
cheese ami other groceries were stolen
from n wagon at C02 South Main st.,
Wednosduy noon. Tho theft was re
ported to Police headquarters by a
man named Metzlcr.
New Year's Prayermecting.
Thoro will be two prtiyermeotlngs,
Instead of ono at tho First Church of
Christ Thursday evening. Tho ono
will bo a men's meeting In tho Sun
dny school room; tho other n woman's
meeting In tho church nudltoiium. A
special effort Is being mudo to havu
these meetings well attended. A ladles'
inartetto nnd n mnlo quartette will
furnish special music.
New Year's Day at P. 0.
Tho carriers will make ono delivery
over the morning district, leaving the
otllco nt 7 and 7:80 n. in.
Tho general delivery nnd stamp win
dows will bo open uutu 10:30 it. m.
All afternoon malls will bo dosed nt
-1 p. m., ovenlug mnHjj.nt 8 p.m. Col
lection In down towilwielneBS district
from 4 to 5 p. m.
No money order business will bo
l. s. r.nniGHT, i. jr,
Wills For Probate.
Tho wills of tho lato Xnvlor Charles
wood and Henry Hershberger hnvo
been tiled for Probate. In tbo Charles
wood will $3 Is left to each of tho
children nml tho remainder of tho prop
erty goes to tho wife.
In tho Hershberger will tho prop
erty Is loft to tho wlfo during her life,
nnd will then bo divided In half. One
half will got to the brothers nnd sis
ter of tho husband, or their heirs, and
tho othor half will go to tho brothers
and sister of tho wife, or their heirs.
As If Building Is
Fl'ro broko out at Botaum Bros. fcd
storo nt 213-21C North Main rt. nt 2:80
Wednesday nftcrnoon, nnd Indication!
at present nro that tho building It
doomed. Tho Are started among sorao
bales of hay, nnd the flames spread
rapidly. All the Flro departments In
tho city, with tho exception of No. 2,
are lighting tho flw. Department No.
2 wns called to No. 1 houso for duty
In en so of emergoncy.
To Her Eternal
Mrs. Sarah Hanscom
Was a Pioneer Resident of Sum
Mrs. Snrnh F. Stlnson Hanscom, ono
of Summit county's pioneer residents,
died at her homo 17-1 1-2 South Mnplo
St., Tuesday afternoon, of old ngo. Mrs.
llanecom wns 83 years old and had
lived In Summit county for 02 years.
She was tho widow of tho late David
Hunscom, who died In 1881, nnd Is sur
vived by n son nnd daughter, Mr.
Frank D. Hanscom and Mrs. B. A.
Lawton, both of whom Uvo In Akron.
I'uneul services will bo held nt tho
residence, Friday at 1 p. in. Tho re
mntns will then bo placed In Gloudnlo
vault, a ud will later bo Interred in
To Act as Reception Committee
at a Store.
Ganyard & Wood, clothiers, have ar
ranged to hold n reception nt their
storo on South Main st, all next week,
nnd n novel feature connected with It
will bo n reception committee compos
ed of midgets, MaJ. N. G. W. Winner
nnd wife. Tho Slnjor, who Is 83 years
old, Is only 80 Inches tall ,nnd his wife,
nged 25, Is an Inch shorter. Ho weighs
42 pounds and she, 40.
Munroo Falls, Dec. CO. Tho Ideal
Kntertnlners gave n good show nt tho
school hoiiko Wcdnesdoy night, and a
largo crowd attended. Tho Sunday
school got 40 per cent of the receipts,
which amounted to $10.75.
Clnud und Ward Keplor wero homo
itoy Nosblt and Bob. Hnstlcr wero In
town over Sunday.
Capital Stock. Increased.
Tho capital stock of tho Northern
Ohio Traction & Light Co. was In
creased Wednesday from $10,000 to
GEISSINGER-Evlnn May Gels
singer, Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. II. Gclsslnger, 210 1-2 Lake
st., died- Tuesday, nftor nn Illness of
llvo days. Funernl arrangements in
complete. KAUFFMAN Adah B. Kauffman,
nged Hvo yenis, daughtor of Mr. nnfl
Mrs. II. 15. Knuffiuan, 007 North How
nrd st., died Wednesday morning. Fun
oral arrangements incomplete.
W13BF.U-To.Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Weber,
of 171 Benjumln st., Monday, Dec. 20,
DONAVAN-To Mr. and Mrs. 0.
Donuvnn, of 1020 Uowcry Bt., Mon
day, Dee. 20, n Mil.
LIPPS-To Mr. nnd Mrs. F.dw. Llpps,
of US Summit at, Sunday, Dec. 28,
MF.E0H-T0 Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Meceh, of 000 East South at, on Tues
day, Dec. 80, n son.
Forest Ferguson, Akron 30
Bertha A. Spollman, Akron 20
Groom's occupation, clerk.
William H. Whltacre, Akron 45
Jennlo Baldwin, Akron 41
Groom's occupation, potter.
Curtis SI. Kllgoro, Akron 25
Loonn Duvall, Akron 25
Groom's occupation, rubberworker.
John E. Dyer, Youngstown 22
Amanda Peterson, Akron 20
Groom's occupation, rubborworker.
Ernest Lance, Northampton 21
Ethel Fillmore, Northampton 20
Groom's occupation, farmer.
It takes moro tfcan lumber,
glass and gin to male wA
Workmanship, design as
quality all play an Important
part. Wo handlo no no
reliable goodi, only theM
whoso makers aro men
of Integrity In tho furafc
turo world can sell vm their
wares. ETry pleoa vn sfl
guaranteed to b aa reprcoeatv
ed. Solid Oak Bedroom Suites
at 110.86, $32.60, 931.60.
Tm KIRK co.
Everything for tho Homo.
123-1273. Howard St
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOn SAIB-By Grldloy U Mytbolar
IS Control Building. Phono 610,
7 room houso Coburn at, only $2600.
7 room houso Pnrtgos at, only $1800.
0 room houso East Croslor st, $1660.
0 rora houso. East Miller nve., $1800.
7 room houso and barn Crosby st,
0 room houso East Buchtel am,
modern, $3300. "
Manfg. Stocks. Monoy to loan.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
Estnto of Augustus T. Brownless, de
ceased. Tho undersigned hns been appointed
by the Probate Court of Summit Coun
ty, Ohio, as administratrix of tho estate
of Augustus T Brownless, deceased.
All persons Indebted to said estate aro
requested to mako immediate pnyment;
nnd all persons having plalms against
sold estate are requested to present tho
sanio for nllowance or rejection.
MARY B. BltOWNLESS,
Dated this 20th day of December,
A. D. 1002. Dec 31 Jan 7-14
LOSTA trold locket with monnirrnni
H. B. Reward If returned" to H. f
FOR SALE High grado upright
piano, used but n few months. Great
bargain for some ono. Address M.
W., this office. 218-220
WIANTED-Competent girl for house
work, family of two grown persona.
Af T7 T-Trtl-rm OAQ A.lrtlnt, n-rrA Old. It
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lAop nnt Haka kit llwir
ucw jfciit iifcii&uj vicvc- m
Now In County Jail Awaiting
Charles Fox, aged 35 years, unmar-iH'
rlod, formerly a resident of Akron, waa
arrested In Cleveland, loeked up on n ,V
charge of lunacy, and sent to this city
Ho is now In the County Jail, whort'
he awaits a hearing In Trobato courtJ
Fox Is well known to tho police' ol
UlUtVIUUU rtliU AA4UU. A10U&.J (ICJ '
venra ntro he was nrrastad In GlavtlnniW
on some charge, and while in Jail hi ,,1
made statements that caused hlra to bi&v
suspected of having Ignited tho Baker i
McMlllen factory hare, which bad beoi '
burned some time before.
When the OlOTelana police w1
lUIUIIfcil win, UIU, CUA tTOB OCUb 11 uuii
wij, niii'Au ug na. aLw.nwu uiuu.
convicted of arson and sont to th'?
Ponltentlary for a year. Sine his rtj
lease Fox has been living In Olevehmi,
After a series of conferencos thi
Mastor Printers' Association of Akroi
and a committee representing AKroi j
Typographical Union, Wo. 183, lavi
night agreed upon and adopted a sea
of prices for 1003. Tbo scale ts su
stantlally tbo same aa that effective f
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ino iubi. year. j. no xuasier vnnien m
soclatlon renresenta everv nubllshl'
uuuau m omvii viuyiuj'ingi uuiuu joui
Sir. Frank O. Qoddard la homo for,
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