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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 18 1909
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ILL J HARRIS and Harry I Robin I
w son now being featured in Will
Rossiters musical comedy A
Bunch of Kids which IB appearing at
I the Mission this week are Americas
oungeet song writer and comedians i
They have written such hits as Mon
tana Yonkle the Cowboy Jew
Dreams of Childhood Days tto famous
King Around the Rosie song anil all the
songs used in A Bunch of Kill
Harris and Robinson first met several
Ytars ago at school and it was there they
first discovered they had the ability to
turn out a successful song Harris vrote
the lyric and Robinson attended to the
muiical portion They have gained a
wide reputation In the east and Mr Ros
siter the Chicago music publisher kai
sent them west to duplicate their suc
ctsses These boys have surrounded them
> e with cight other clever artists who
ac really boys and girls There is one
grownup old uncle Hiram a member of
the G A R who is so toad that one
has to rub their eyes to keep from be
lieving that he did not fit and kill the
Indiana he talks about In addition to
the Bunch of Kids act there are six
others that comprise the strongest bill
ypt given at the Mission I
LITTLE STATES MAY
FORM ONE COUNTRY
Plans Afoot for the Consolida
tion of the Five Central
American States
Washington Dee 17 Plans are afoot
It is believed for the consummation of
a confederation of the Central American
republics
Proof of this is offered to the mtnde
of Central American diplomats here In
the sudden disappearance of Dr Lui
Anderson
Dr Anderson was here as special repre
sentative of Costa Rica and was the can
didate of Mexico for president of the pro
posed United States of Central Amer
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icaHo left on receipt of a telegram and
it was learned today that his destina
tion was Cartago Before going he had
an interview with Senor Creel former
Mexican ambassador to the United States
fend now here as a special envoy of Mex
ico in the existing trouble in Nicaragua
Central American diplomats fear there
may be a onflagration while now there
is only a blaze In such case the gov
ern Tien ta interested in the various coun
tries wouni interfere with the result that
chaos would ensue aid new organisation
vii i be iKoessary
It is believed that Dr Anderson hur
ried south in anticipation of such an
eventuality He has the endorsement of
Mexico the most powerful near neighbor
ti t Ientral America and holds the confl
uence of at least two other states on
thj isthmus
In the event that affairs reached a
crlsp demanding consolidation he would
JID on the ground and rea4Y to step into
tue breach
Friends < > f Dr Anderson insist that he
rus gone 10 San Jose merely to attend a
meeting of the international society on
sanitation and to visit his family This
others declare is a clever blind They
maintain that Dr Andersons plans were I
rot changed until it was learned that Ze I
layas abdication was Inevitable Then
followed the hurried interview with Senor
tv I and the journey
The Mexican government is committed
ti the amalgamation of the five fiery lit
tle republic on the Isthmus Senor En
rique Orei has declared that his govern
ment w ald like to see such a consoli
latijn tljough qualifying the declaration
by saying that he did not believe the
time rip for such a transformation
Although the United States has been
I deliberately and studiously shying at the
subject it is understood that this gov
ernment would not entertain any great
enthusiasm over such a consolidation It
would mean that Mexico could exercise
a far greater influence over such a group
tnt that the rutted States would lose
prestige The close alliance of the Latin
American race would bring such a Bit
nation about
The state department disclaims all
knowledge of the movements of Dr An
if Rica > rsoii or of his object L in going to Costa
AUTOMATIC SCALES
Purpose of Secretary Loebs Hasty
Visit to the Capital
Washington Dec 17 Collector Lo b of
New York said here today he was look
ing for the arrival of the first of the
automatic scales which it is proposed to
place on the docks in Vnw York for sugar
weighing purposes If found satisfactory
twenty ot the scales will be installed
Good rrsults are expected as the scales
eliminate the human element largely in
tin determination of weight
The question of whether any of the
Independent refining companies other than
those wth which the government has
been conducting negotiations for a set
tlement hart profited by the short weigh
ing of sugar Mr Loob said was still be
ing investigateu
ARMY OFFICER DEAD
Manila bee 17 Major Arthur D FOB
tcc of the Philippine scouts dropped dad
I tday of heart disease He was captain
of the Nineteenth infantry and contem
plated trouble retirement on account of heart
She Will
Appreciate
a bottle of perfume deli
cats odors of triple and
quadruple strength in
dainty Christmas pack
ages Perhaps you are think
ing of givi S her a Mani
cure Setsplendid varie
ty the best qualities at
lowest possible prices
The Pure Drug
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Street
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tress after eating nor belching nor
experiencing nausea between meals
Hoods Sarsaparllia cures dyspepsia
it strengthens the stomach and other
digestive organs for the proper per
formance of their functions Take
Hood
41 nmlm
Cigars go with
Christmas as cran
berries go with
turkey
Packing cigars 25 in a
box makes it easy to adjust
5 iA expenditures to holiday re
quirements Here Is a nat
vthi o famous brands all in
boxes of 25 every one a
o Quality number
i F GE nilADDOQIC
+ Uelaa Victoria Sire 1
CAPT MAimYAT In
I L vincible Size SJ150
4 FALMA DI3 CUBA Boo
quet Size 8125
BEN F AV1On Inviue
IbID Size 8150
ORLANDO Caballero
SUe 8210
ORLANDO Invincible
Size 225
LA RESTINA Jlnravll
las Size 300
H A V AN A AM EIUOAN
Iortola Size 3280
UNITED
CIGAR
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ffw Cohns I The Christmas Store I 222224Main Street J Cohns
Last Before Xmas
XVOMBJfS Saturday
All Coats INFANTS MISSRS CUILDIIDNS Reduced The last Saturday before Xmas and such crowds as
there will be
Long Coats Half Price But this store is prepared Many extra experienced
snlespeople to serve you courteously quickly and well
Womens and missesJ long coats about 50 in the lot Many special bargains too for the wise shopper We
in tweeds coverts mannish suiting broadcloths and stole enough time from the Christmas crush to jot down
kerjeys All wanted colors and black Silk and satin these
lined Pny just half price
Xmas JewelryA Clearance Sale
15 Coats 750 29 Coats 1450
Christmas is just five days away and the jewelry mock is Tery
20 Coats 100036 Coats 1800 lieavy Since many of the articles were specially bought for Xmas
reduced they must not linger So out they go at these lowered prices
All other coats proportionately
50c jeweled hat pins surroaadwl with fcrillttati III
All Infants and 114 Off 75c latest style longstem hat pins 4Ie
Childrens Coats 100 hat pins very nah designs various styles We
75c Dutch collar pins beautiful laoBRtiagt rick dtsiftg 40e
PROM THE REGULAR low marked price on all infants
50c and 75c belt pins and brooches bif rsritty ri aiftt We
fants and childrens coats you may now deduct a full
75c and 100 stick pins in the Art tfoaveau
reserved unrestricted choice odu 39c
fourth Absolutely none your mountings
of entire stock 35c and 50c mens and womb cuff links fold Sited IIc
Materials are bearskin kersey tweed cheviot mannish apitinffs metal
English kerseys etc Each obat is up to our high standard of work 200 engraved vanity purses white handsomely QO C
manship and trimming Prices run
295 Coats 220 795 Coats 595 350 white metal vanity bags large size 176
350 German silver mesh bags small size 250
495 Coats 370 1000 Coats 750 500 German silver mesh bags medium sizev50
All other coats proportionately reduced 750 German silver mesh bags large size 450
Prices on all Coats 1t Off Xmas Sale I of
From Regular Stock Saturday Special
Better Hosiery From 7 to 10 p m 0mty
Choose any coat in the house from our regular stock at a full
fourth off All goods marked in plain figures make your own reduc J136 Silk Stockings In tans brown Pretty 35c picture in
of the unusual value at this time of yearthe blues whites reds and creams
tion But becauae dainty oval frames
Saturday QRr
whole wearing season is before youthe offer limited to Saturday special 98c
only All wanted materials and colors n 1fi and ttM Silk I Stocking I In black I 22c
In drop stitch blue red and cream I2C
1495 Coats 1120 22 Coats 1650 white heel and toe and ail9
I top Special pjLAi7 Wash color subject In pretty
1950 Coats 1465 25 Coats 1875 J1S8 and U embroidered How Waek In lisle stock girls girls after heads well different known type artists of
Sags richly Q
gg colors 69 C pastoral and country scenes
All other coats proportionately reduced various securely fastened In oval
SUk lisle hON black and brown assorted frames Splendid for inexpen
sorted actually worth We a pair I sive Xmas gift Sold regulariy
pairs in a box for 150 for > 5c While they last Satur
B uy Your Suit Saturday only day choose from at 7 to 11 p m D only
50oOO 2 pairs silk lisle I embroidered
Save from 1000 to hose in box embroldered250
Choose from our entire assortment 850 Fur d Inexpensive Christmas Gifts
5 00
ment of over 500 cleverly tailored Set for iJu
Reduced for Saturday
lets than half prices Greatly
suits at these
Brown French coney scarf
and large pillow muff tail i For the last Saturday before Xmas we offer holiday
All suite worth 15 10 trimmed Skinner satin lined
half
goods at savings running up to
to ssc now w worth separately f850j go as
All suite worth Mt 15 the set for 500 Pressed glass powder jar gold pitted top a O C J CAll
Fox and BOe value Saturday
to 35 + Real
now
112 Gold or silver plated jewel boxes regular 60o Tain Sotaxday 39c
All suite worth 86 20 Mink Furs at The glass cigar jars with gold plated tops at 69c
to 46 now I These really beautiful fox and Genuine etchings in beautiful goldleaf frames prettily ornamented
mink furs head and tall trimmed flUI
namented siae 12x23 worth regular 1350 Saturday
All suits worth 46 25 at much lees than wholesale coat size
59 now W Pay just half the marked price 66c leather collar and cuff boxes with patent button 48c
to now But the assortment is limited so TOv
hurry box on top
All suits worth 60 1 30 All other Furs at Vs off Nut pick and craoker sets six nut picks and crMfccff 25c
to 80 now 3piece childs set knife fork and spoon 21c
chiles set knife fork napkin ring and mug69e
5piece spoon
SILK WAISTS White and colored netei plaw t Jfeta and messalines
and fancy plaids bMre and q jUra < < 1 1 595 All tilt Se bat pin Polders koe MM ribbon hhnaxd 4g
a J a J
V
V Saturday
worth to 750 Choose Saturday at
BEAUTIFUL SILK BROCADED PETTICOATS 395 75c fourpiece ebonoid manicure seta packed in I a 5Oc
all colors and blacks very special puffed hinged box
SWEATERS white and FOR colors GIFTS < jQ QC to 8 95 100 comb childrens sets decorated Saturday porcelain and gold brush and II 7Qr C
BATH MFD LOUNGING ROBES for Gifts 395 450 595
20 Dresses 975 All Bags 5 and Over 1h Off
SSe box yvrlUnK paper If you shop around you will 1indu we have
40 onepiece dresses in silks moires serges and SSe muffler all colors 19 foundthat onefourth off here means a better
panamas in the seasons best models with and S hemstitched Initial bag for the same or leas money than onehalf off
handkerchief In box
without yokes elaborately trimmed or severely 25c hat pin holder elsewhere
tailored All styles to meet all tastes blacks and So close do we sell our bays that this offering
colors worth to 20 choice 975 It Ticfourth off on all bags 500 or over is good
Saturday only
Doilies Etc Near Half Other reductions are
SSc Dollies 0x8 indies 18e Cressy bugs worth to 6 now 248
35c Dollies 8ID Inches 35e
50e e Doilies 12x13 Inches SOc Leather bags worth to 175 119
95c Centerpiece 18x18 Indies 85e Bettor bags worth to 250 at 148
Centerpieces 24x24 Inches 8110
8150 25 Centerpieces 30x80 inches luchen 8165 SldO Big assortment bags special 398
9250 Scarfs Sflx54
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Fresh Fish
Before the holidays Fish will be an agreeable change in
diet Here are a few selection from stock to arriye
Saturday morning
Halibut per Ib 1714o Salmon per lb 20o
Barracuda per lb17c Red Snapper per lb 22c
Soles per Ib 15c Sea Bass per Ib 171t1sc
BOOTH FISHERIES CO
I 30 West First South Both Phones 349
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Only One BROMO QUININE
That is LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE
Look for the signature of E W GROVE
Used the world over to cure a Cold in
One day lie
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lECTURE BY A JAPANESE
Intention Is to Dispel All Thought
of War Between That Country
and the United States
Washington Dec 17A brand new di
plomacy was today inaugurated on the
part of the Japanese people to dispel all
thought of war between that nation and
the United States
Maauba Miyakawa was the unofficial
diplomat without credentials and without
responsibility to any of the usual author
ities to which diplomats bow This new
diplomacy was embodied in a lecture upon
the land of the mikado It was delivered
here tonight for the first time in the
United States Mr Miyakawa will visit
many other cities
An essential feature of the lecture was
a resolution adopted by the school chil
dren of Tokio in which they declared
they would never raiN a sword against
the United States and that they would
emulate the example of the boys and
girls in the public schools of America
Mr Miyakawa explained that prior to
the wars with Russia and China the
school children had been taught that they
would have to fight for the mikado
against those enemies
For yeats before the open conflict had
broken out this kind of instruction had
been given to the children
The lecture it is understood was pre
pared largely with the approval of lead
ing statesmen of Japan Its purpose is
to promote in this country a friendly
feeling toward Japan
CONDITIONS BETTER
THOUGH NOT NORMAL
St Paul Dee Governor Eberhart
said today that conditions in the switch
mens strike appear to be improved
though not normal It was his opinion
that even were the strike declared off
immediately conditions could not be
made normal probably for more than a
month on account of the freight con
gestion
Governor Eberhart said that he would
make no effort to bring strikers and rail
roads together unless his reports show
that conditions are serious enough to
warrant it
HAWAIIANS OBJECT
Proposition for Banishment of Sa
lOons by Congressional Action
Washington Dec < < 17John Q Woolley
superintendent of the anti aloon league
of the Hawaiian islands today appeared
before the senate committee on Pacific
islands and Porto Rico in support of a
bill introduced by the late Senator John
son of North Dakota to prohibit the sale
of intoxicating liquors in Hawaii
He replied to the memorial of the
Hawaiian legislature which asserted that
the people of the islands were capable of
deciding for themselves whether they
wanted compulsory prohibition
It was asserted by Mr Woolley that a
majority of the people sentimentally
would be for federal legislation prohibit
ing the sale of liquor if it were not for
the opposition aroused by liquor interests
through the circulation of a report that
the effect of such a bill would be to say
to the world that the Hawaiian were an
unenlightened race
JURY WAS MERCIFUL
Mrs Mary M Johnson Accused of
Faking Damage Claims Not Guilty
Seattle Wash Dec 17 After deliber
ating six hours the Jury in the case
against Mrs Mary M Johnson accused
of having defrauded the Seattle Electric
company of S06 by means of a fake dam
age claim returned a verdict of not guilty
tonight Immediately after the return of
the verdict Acquitting Mrs Johnson she
was placed under arrest again on a war
rant from Pendleton Ore charging that
she had violated her parole A year ago
Mrs Johnson was given a short sen
tence in Oregon on a charge of making
false statements of debt but was pa
roled by theoourt The defense will
make an effort to obtain Mrs Johnsons
release on a writ of habeas corpus
The trial of Mrs Johnson which ended
today attracted much attention on ac
count of the evidence introduced by the
state in fcn attempt to show that the wo
man bad defrauded several railroad com
panies in the middle west by means of
fake damage claims
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INHUMAN AND VILE
Cl Prison at Atlanta Ga Inspected
by Grand Jury I
Atlanta Ga Dec nAfter a rigid
inspection of conditions in the stock
ade or city prison the grand Jury
today indicted Superintendent D M
Vining and Guard P Cornel Condi
tions were pronounced inhuman in
credible and vile
The Jury recommended a clean sweep
o the office force Overpowering
stenches filth torture machines and
other horrors were detailed as seen in
the men and womens quarters white
and black
FIVE GIRLS AND ONE
MAN PERISH IN FIRE
Philadelphia Dec nAll doubt as to
the tfae of the five girls reported missing
last night after the fire at Shrack
iherwoods factory wag removed late to
day when the five bodies were found
on the third floor of the damaged build
ing Including Fireman Joseph Toner who
was suffocated six parsons are known
to have perished
SNOW IN TEXAS
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Ing this afternoon and continued tonight
The fall is reported general throughout
northern Chihuahua and much suffering
is looked ior with a heavy loss of live
stock
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ARRIVAl Of AMBASSADOR
Baron Yusiyada Uohida in San Fran
cisco and on His Way to Wash
ington to Eepresenst Japan
San Francisco Dee 17 Baron Yusi
yada Uchlda the new Japanese ambas
sador u the United States arrived here
early today on the liner Tenyo Maru He
wa accompanied by Baroness Uchida
who is a graduate of Bryn Mawr college
Baron Uchida has not beer in Wash
ington since 1M when he was an attache
of the Japanese legaUon there 11 e said
today that he had always been anxious
to return and that his present appoint
ment was the one he desired the most
He received the Washington post while
he was serving as the Japanese < < repre
sentative in Vienna where he spent two
years
Baron Uchida and his party will apena
today in this city as the guests of Jap
anese Consul Kagai leaving here tomor
row morning for Washington
He expressed the opinion that the Jap
anese government has a firm grip on the
Korean situation and thought there was
little danger of further outbreaks there
As to his own plans the new ambassa
dor said he dia not feel at liberty to
make a formal statement until he had
presented his credentials to the state de
partment but he did not anticipate any
Important diplomatic negotiations between
the two countries until the treaty be
tWeen them expires two years from now
DECREE WILL STAND
Mrs Grace B Guggenheims Divorce
Will Not Annulled
Chicago Dec 17 Judge Honors entered
an order here today in the circuit court
denying to Mrs Grace B GugKenhaHn
the right to file a petition asking that
the decree of divorce obtained by her In
1M1 from William Guggenheim one of
the Guggenheims of smelter fame be
set aside
The woman who married again shortly
after the decree was entered has been
seeking to have the decree annulled on
the ground that it was obtained by fraud
she not having been a citizen of Illinois
when the case was tried
The attempt to annul the decree was
combatted by counsel for William Gug
genheim who also has married again
RETURNED WORK
Ludlow Mass Dec 11The 1000 Polish
laborers who have been on a strike at
the bagging mills here for several weeks
returned to work tills morning and
shortly afterward all walked out again I
on a second strike Following this the I
temper of the strikers became such that
the authorities summoned all of the avail
able police
FUNERAL VACCARILLI
Uniformed Orders and Spanish War
Veterans to Attend
Members of the Italian colony In Salt
Lake and acquaintances will attend the
funeral of Michael Vaccarilli mortally
wounded in a duel with Special Police
man Emil Glaser which takes place at
3 oclock Sunday afternoon at ODon
nells mortuary chapel Uniform or
ders have expressed their Intention of
attending and it is also expected that
members of the Spanish War Veterans
will take part in the services Inter
ment will be in Calvary cemetery
ACKNOWlEOGED HER
USE Of CUSS WORD
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nounced that the plaintiff rested It
was assumed that Mr Baldwin was
holding his other witnesses for possible
use in rebuttal
Blairs testimony had reference to an
incident in the Hotel Astoria in Paris
He said he found his sister weeping
over the discovery that Mr Brokaw
had placed a censorship over her mail
When Blair asked Brokaw the reason
for this Brokaw declared there had
been a mistake and stepped over to the
hotel clerks desk and directed that Mrs
Brokaw be given all her mail when she
asked for it
Witnesses for the defense were exam
ined by Attorney Bush Mr Bro aws
personal counsel
Brokaws Friend
Henry Knox an engineer who was
at the Brokaw place at High Point N
C in the fall of 1MW said the Brokaws
seemed very happy
Everything was lovely until after the
New Years celebration party left Then
he noticed a slight estrangement
Brokaw at the time was taking sleep
ing tablets and was not well What the
witness called childish spats became
frequent
I cannot recall in my twentyjive
years acquaintance with Billy Brokaw
of ever seeing him touch a drop of
liquor Knox declared until the first
break occurred when Mrs Brokaw left
the lodge
The witness would not say that Mr
Brokaw was drinking even then but
simply that he seemed benumbed by
some srief
Knox used some picturesque language
in describing the differences of the
Brokaw He said they disagreed on
everything
It Billy said a vegetable was a tur
nip he testified Mary would declare
ahe saw a fly They were perfectly
ridiculous
Asked to describe the manner of the
couples speech Knox replied
Thats hard Everything was chaos
a perfect mess Mrs Brokaw wa ex
citable her conversation was jerky and i
flittering Did you ever see a horse
poke his nose into a barrel of flour
spluttering it In every direction
The answer caused much laughter in
the court room
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SCHOOLMATES ATTEND 11
FUNERAL FRIEND I
Since the death of Eugene Reeves the
flags have been at half mast at the
High school A large number of his fel
low students attended the funeral serv
ices held yesterday at St Pauls Epis
copal church The special car provided
the High school students to carry them
to Mt Olivet cemetery was overloaded
The coffin was covered with flowers and
on the top was placed a large white
floral offering of carnations and roses
from his senior class friends and staff
members of the Red and Black of
which Eugene Reeves was manager
Just before the body was lowered into
the grave tap was blown by Henry
Love chief trumpeter of the bugle
corps
PHYSICIAN ARRAIGNED
Charged With Failure to Report Case
of Typhoid Fever
Charged with having violated the
health ordinance in his failure to re
port a case of typhoid fever Dr Addi
son McCurtain was yesterday arraigned
before Justice Thomas Waddouts In
Bountiful Upon request of counsel for
the defense Judge M M Warner the
cue was continued until Wednesday
December 22 H W Stable appeared
for the prosecution
It ta alleged that Dr McCurtain neg
lected to report a case of typhoid fever
within twentyfour hours which he had
discovered upon his patient Miss Eu
lila W Ellis of South Bountiful
FUNERAL NOTICES
The funeral of Hugh J Roberts age
21 years will he held at the residence
of his father 723 Windsor avenue runs
south from Seventh South between
Eighth and Ninth East streets at 3
p m Sunday Interment in Mt Olivet
cemetery
The funeral of Michael J Gallagher
Who died December 16 1909 will be
held at St Marys cathedral Saturday
morning at 10 oclock Interment at
Mt Calvary
The funeral of Margaret L Jones
Wife of John H Jones aged 15 years
will be held in the K of P hall Sunday
at 2 p m The body will lie in state
at the hall from 130 to 2 p m on the
day of the funeral Friends arc In
vited to attend Interment in Mt Oil
vet cemetery
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RELEASED WITH WARNING
Lad Who Fell Under Temptation
Sent Home With Lecture
UI never was In Jail and if I tell
mamma she will whip me hard aid
a little chap when he appeared before
Chief of Police S M Barlow yesterday
afternoon accused of having taken a
6cent toy from the Christmas stand of
one of the main stores In the city Thn
he admitted that he had taken the tov
The chief after the fashion of Judo
Ben B Llndsey told the youngster that
It was dangerous to take things whkh
didnt belong to him and promised him
that no reporters would ever know his
name
OFFICERS INSTALLED
Wasatch Lodge F and A M Gath
ers for Ceremonies and Banquet
The Annual installation of officer of
Waaateh lodge No1 F and A M
was held at the Masonic temple last
evening F C Schramm most wor
shipful grand master was the installing
officer The meeting was well attended
and at the close a banquet was given
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Dr A C Wherry the new worshipful
master was the toastmaster of th
evening Toasts were responded to by
F C Schramm M W G M the Rv
P A Simpkin and H C Gaw the re
tiring worshipful master
Following were the new officers ir
nAk TV A C Wherry W M H
S King > W E O Leatherwood
J W R S Connor treasurer A J
Lowe secretary the Rev F R Short
chaplain J H Winwood R D J I
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