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City and Srhool Election.
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NEW EASr.HH STYLES
MURINE It Y
CI5IST TRA.IL. MILLIN"ERY CO.
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
PROBOCE MARKET REPORT
OAts . 7!
O'irn , M
Jliiver 8erM SI $3
rtlockf va $1 (K)
Hour (null) lOOponndR J2 70
Nnvy Bum 4
Onlonnprr lnudd 1 W
Onion Seln l A3
frlnh potatoe 1 M
fwcH l'..u.ie 8i .VI
Uroeo Apiilt-ii per luhcl Ifi W
Orieii Atils, Iti 8
Orcrn rincl.cn, i.Mket.
Orled I'rnchi-), lb ', S
Til nil pa 40
OjbbnRO -, 1
HiKiBlcra , ,, ti;
nutter ' i
Duron ,. 11
Lnnl , 9
."orghiuil I..., 30
Orwn llilc 8
Dry Hint llldra 10
lU-e't. Wnx SD
Silt per Imrrol... $1 3.1
Wool No 1
" Tub W null ml No.l 34
" " No. 2 30
Wheat 97. per bushel.
To-dny (Friday) is Arbor Day.
Next Sunday is Kaster Sunday.
Vanity FuVat tlio Nobby" Sun
day April 1-1 til.
Millers Ice Cream nt
Fridny afternoon the Ladies Aid
Society surprised Mrs. Fred Operl3
nt her residence in this city.
Now Spring Goods just received
MRS. M. E. KERN'S.
The snio at Fitzknni's was
Ball at tho Armory Easter Mon
day night, April 8th. It's for the
benefit of tho band, don't fail to
Do not miss the
big shoe sale at
Strawborry and Pineapple Ice
Cream 25 cents a quart at Meyer's
Sell or Trade Poland China
and Chester White Boars. Pedi
gree stook. Inquire at this oftloe.
Marriage license wcro issued iu
this city to Frank J. j3nsler and
Mary M. Samson, of Ste. Gene
vieve, March 20th.
A birthday surprise was given
Mrs. It. Doergo at her residence in
this city Tuesday night by her lady
Attorney C. J. Stanton
his office from tho Post
building to rooms on tho
floor in tho Bank of Sle.
vieve Building this week.
Complete line of
Groceries at reduced
A diamond drill to be used iu
prospecting at the Copper Mines,
was this weok sout to New Often
burg. The drill will be hauled to
tho mines, a distance of !! miles as
soon as tho condition of tho ronds
Millers lee Cream nt
hand a fine
line of huts
and other trim,
for spring and
and in s p e. o I
our stock be
fore, you buy.
$ SUA ir
4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Ice Cream at
Store next Sunday,
The State Board of Equalization
to-day fixed the valuation of tho
real and personal pioporty of Mis
souri for taxes of 11)12 at $l,ii.rl,
8!JG,.T13. It is an increase over
last year of $5G,000,000.
Look! Hunters! Look!
FOR SALE Duck Eggs Eng
lish Mallard ducks for decoys for
hunters $2 per lf eggs.
Also Black Minorca C. S.
chicken eggs $1 per lf.
Jos. G. Reiim.
Miss Alice Adam, the Spircla
Corset Co., representative will be
in town for ono week, beginning
Monday April 8th. Call or phone
nt Mr. F. A. W filer.
Four room house with lot5Gxl41,
on corner, iu North Ste. Gene
vieve. Good cellar, cistern, out
buildings, etc Inquire at this of
fice. Everything reduc-
ed during our closing
out sale at
Cowboy and Indian Frontier
Celebration over three thousand
feet of tho greatest motion pic
tures in tho world, showing tho
West as it was at tho Armory
Sunday April 7th. 5 ami 10 cents.
The present high stage of the
river in alnrminc and causiiiL'
many of the residents along its
banks to move to higher lands
while very little damngo has beon
none so iar, in ims oolmi mwessnry
Mm.t, fonv !a fnlf f. l,
new incline and it is
ported thut some damage has
ready heeii done. Very little of
the land on the Island or in tho
big field has been damaged by , tho
flood. The river is doing great
damago Sonth of here.
Millers Ico Cream at
LOST: Somewhere between the
residence of Paschal Morean and
the post, office a small gold cross.
Finder return to this office for re
ward. James Samples, of this city, died
at. n nospnai in at. mollis or uonole
pneumonia, Monday of this
week, in his 52nd year. Tho
remains wero brought to this city
and interred Tuesday. Mr. Sam
ples was taken to St. Louis about
two weeks ago for treatment. Tho
deceased, who was formerly of St.
Tfrancois county has been a resi
dent of this city about a year. Ho
is survived by a wife and fivn
I nm prepared to givo my ens
tomers tho best service, a high
class grade of wines, cigars, uud j
uui ui;st, una eueoposi grtuies or
whiskey. Bottle and keg hour.
Cinderella, tho big threo reol
Solig Special at tho Nobby Sun
day night, musio by tho Sto. Gon
cviovo Brass Band.1 No ouo
should miss it.
Try Meyer's Strawberry and
m . t v
riooiippio co urcam tor your
Commencing uoxt Friday night
the Nobby will resume it's regu
lar threo performances per week.
Chango of program on Wednes
days, Fridays and Sundays, ami
iu a short time will commence
running daily, with a new pro
gram each night.
T'10 mnrriuge of Miss Glids
Biooks ami Christian F. Stiver
took place at Capo Girardeau,
Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock,
Rev. Dr. Turnhnugh, of Bloom
iteld, no unci') of the Initio, ofllei
utod. The marriage took place nt
tho bride's residence iu Capo (Girar
deau. The groom is a young Civil En
gineer, of Uethlohani, I 'a., and tho
bride, a sister of Mrs. A. J. Siobertj
of this city, is the daughter of
Maj. J. F. Brooks, of Capo Girar
deau. The young couple will re
side at. the Cape.
Post, Muster A. .1. Siclieti and
wife attended tho wedding.
To tho wife of Robort Vineyard,
of this city, March 20, ti girl.
The Republicans of Ste. Geno
vicvn County met hero in delegate
convention Saturday. They were
called to order bv tho chairman of
tho County Central Committee, H
L. Siebort, W. W. Wildci w.s
made permanent chnirmau. Simon
G. Nipper addressed the conven
tion nnd announced his candidacy
for Congress from the Thirteenth
District. The following delegates
wore elected to the State Conven
tion: A. J. Wilder, T. B. Whit
ledge, Walter Schaat' and II. L.
Siobert; and for tho Congressional
Convention at Ste. Guuovievo those
were elected: William C. Bovorie,
W. W. Wilder, II. L. Siebert, .1.
W. Schwent, Fiauk Ernst, Silves
ter Lawbaugh, Henry llerzog. F.
J. lluck, A. A. Bnumgartner,
Herman Bokenkamp, Clarence
Boyd, T. B. WhitltMlge. Henry
Hammer, James Pinkley each
entitled to one-half voto in the
in U. S.
There are 15,)15,5(;f Catholics
in the United States proper, 'ac
cording to the 1912 edition of
"Kennedy's Official Catholic Di
rectory," which is authority als
for the following statistics:
"A year ago tho Catholic popu
lation of the country was 11,(518,
7(51, while ten voars ago it was
10,976.757, showing an increase
of 4.038,812 for tho decade.
Twenty years ao Catholic nuni
bored 8,615,185, showing that,
within twenty years, tho Catholic
population has iiirlv doiitileil
There are 17,491 Catholic ttiioMs
in tho United States and 13,iUH
Catholic churches, of which
9,25(5 have resident priests, tho
other 4,(582 being mission
churches." Tho number of Cath
olics in Missouri aro 453,000.
On next Friday night tlm Nob-
"r by theatro is to givo a special per-
formanco for the liunoht of tho
Ste. Genuvieve Brass Band. Tho
program is so selected as to spe-
I ciiillv nlcasoall
!ico a Kalcm Military drama,
exciting and very interesting, in
which Miss Alice Joyce plays her
best in tho leading part. The
third is Vitagraph comedy
Chump" by Petor Wade played
by Marshall P. Wilder, John Bun-
ny, Mis- Leah bain!, William
Shea, William Wallace Reid, and
other stars ot the Vitagiaph
Company. Is verv good. Tho
full Htorv is in tho February copy
r ,i i iv l m
of tho Motion Picture Magazine.
opcciai oingmg. aiihio v t tie
Brass Band. Arimis-dou 5 and
Boost it every where.
NOON, APRIL 11th
EUCHRE & DANCE
MON. NIGHT APR. 15
Both eiiehers will bo given by
The Ladies of tho Building Fund
Society. Handsome prizes will bo
awarded. A Good Orchestra will
furnish music for tho dance which
will follow tho'ouchro on April 15,
Everybody invited to attend and
help a good cause.
ADMISSION - . 25ots
Produce of all
kinds bought for cash
at our closing out
sale at Rozier's
At the city paction hold hud
Tuesday, .lohu Hurler was io-elect-ed
collector, Lawrence llorzog as
nldonnan of the first ward, Frank
Uuck as alderman of the second
ward, and John Shaw as alderman
of tho third ward. Following are
tho returns by Ward:
1st 2d 3d Tot Maj
.Ino. Herter 10
Law llorzog 77
Ino If olh 1
Frk. I luck
The School Directors elected for
a term of three years woro .lulos
Petrequin and .Toseph V'orst.
Riversides Workout Sunday.
Tho first opportunity for
tice was eargorly grabbed up and
beneficially utilized by the River
sides last. Sunday. The weather
heretofore having prohibited even
the tossing of a ball, all the mem
bers of tho e.lub were over willing
to work up a heat on the national
It took somo time to thaw out.
the winter chill but with the as
sistance of "old sols" heated rays
this was accomplished with little
difficulty, and I he limbering up
did them a world of good. Sever
al hours of light practice in whieh
all showed good form, was taken
by the boys.
Somo of tho boys were . nursing
luuigou up lingers and all were
feeling tho effects of over-worked
joints Monday, but such results
were contemplated and linetueli
for the relief of same were iu readi
ness and freely used.
The Club is very thankful total
Siebert for the use of the lot at
rue loot or Market street, upon
which they practised becanso of
the muddy condition of the rcgu
Inr ball park.
Secretary Yealy was unable to
be on tho grounds because of ill
Sheriff Sale Under Execution
IU vlrlni Hint imthiiiiiv t,f t,n fxpriiHtt.i u
mil iiom ilin nrfld' ot tlw Olirk ol' Ihn Oli-
onlt (Jmirl. nt "l. r i m'hIh Oiuiii) .Miasoiiil.HiKl
.jto tut- illrwlwl. wIick'Iii Olllf tj IJInIii
H ri niiKn, hihi i.inn i;i'inn, M nnicnniii t.
I Iihvi li'vl'l iip'in unit lr.t-,1 till tlic i IbIiI
Olio mill ItiitTfitt of I. inn Kiui4 In Ami In
tin- InUuwniK iIii'iIIh-I n-nl fjiiti. In wit:
All tlio Unfit l-'i of S.W. 1-1 Sec. 11. T l. SB,
it. 7 una i.tu. i-i oi in.i;, j-i tfei: ii, Twp. no
H 7 nml N.W. 1-1 f N.W. 1-4 Foe. SI r i. Sfl
It. T. all lylrtt; hulnj: :iuil aliiinl" In Ihn Coun
ty of Stf. Oonovlove, Mo. Ami I will on
Saturday, April 27, 1912
Ix'twrcn Hip lioiir. nl nlno o'clock In th fore
noon mi'l It- ii'lonk In Hip. iiiti'rnno'i ol Hint
il ,nt llii' hunt il'ior of Ino Court llonn. In
Oily nt 'ti Ociifvl'-Vf. Slui nt Mls-ourl. i-cll
nt iiiiliUr nncimn fir Rixhlothft hlKhi-si iifo
il.'r. Itii' iiIihvi. ipirlli''l in iii-r t y . or o inin-li
tliv'isulm will i.itHiy km i-i I'xiTiitlwi nml roih,
TIIII5IAS U STItAlHIIIAS.
Shi-rlll of Sle. Orncvlevi' imiiiH.
March 30, 191!.
National Stock Yards, 111.
April 2, 1912.
Cattle receipts 2500. Stronger
tone governed the trade today.
Compared with last week's close,
steers aro Stronger; heifers 10 to
15c higher; cows lOc. higher. Top
steers today at $7.50, We sold
them and they were Texas fed,
bred and raised.
Hog receipts 7500. Market
fitt-ady and closed 5 to 10c lower
nnd very tame at the prices.
hogs ut itS8.li).
I SI''P receipts 3500. Market
""V T1 ,.T"P, f' ,?U'V
li'Ml lambs $7.00; clipped yearlings
'fi(.0(, W(, mmf(. f , .,h(ltl(ft
wool lambs $7.75 to
sheep $5.75 to $G.25;
lings $(5.50 to $7.00
sheep $ 25 to $5.75.
National Live Stook Com. Co
Oowboy rmil Indian Frontier Olu
hration fin), nt tllioynuiio, Wyoming,
win dh snown ut tlio Armory Mister i
Samlny evening, April 7th, in thrro
, P ..... , , ....
thousanil feet ol Iiijj'i class lilnis.
n,, i T-, i , ,. .
Tlichc reels show .t'orld'n Oiiainpions
in Hrnneo Itidiug, Trick find
Roping Coutoxt ; Tnck nml Fancy
Drone) Hiding, Steer Hoping nml Calf
llranditig (Joutests ; Haiioy HiHe am)
Pistol Shooting, l!iilllngiug of Wild
c, i , , i n, . t'lmj. no iicriini-ii in mi, ninTin.
.Steers; Killing nnd I 'riving only Tcnni ' NuiIcm M heteiiy rlvnu thut I win, in oc
of HntTalos ever broken to Harney , , w'th'' of curt,
II-. i ,. ,, 1 V ednesdav, Apri 21t i, 1 12.
Illtl'llllli' nml ilrivm Wi M llnrciw , , I 10,4.,
o. 1 n ,. ,, , , 1
bpeetaculnr Galloping t annic of In-1
.11 ,....! 1,1 1 i.,.
iiinur,, ii iiiiyH nun v-ii 'iriK , J iiillMIl j to Hale for u.inh, to tho hliiliPKt blilrler, At tho
War Diinecu and Cori'inoiiics, CliMiii.!tr",nJl?"r"f!h,,,:,.'''rt ",'"' tho city
piou Liuly Ducking Drnueo Itiiler, Hill
ing Ducking Muh ' nnd Buffalo.
Squaw Knees, Ladies Cowpouy Knees,
Indian Races, Mounted "I'otnto
Race," nr.d Teddy Roosevelt through
out tho entire show.
Out V Hotter .rob.
Your head, if trained, is worth
from $) to $10 a ilny ; your hinds hio
wortli from $1 to $2 a day. Aro you
drawing a IH'Al) salary or a HANI)
j.sulary t A DHAUfiHON eourso will
educate your hund will qualify you
for the highest position nt the highest
salary aud Drnugunu will find tho
job for you. For FRKK calaogiio,
writo DRAUOHON'K PRACTICAL
BUSINESS COLLKOU. pring(lold or
Saint Louis or Kansas City, Mo , or
Ft. Scott, Knuu.
Died at his tcsidcoco in Wtiti
garten on Monday, April 1st nt
8:o0 p. in., Felix llogoumillor.
Deceased was born in Germany,
February I7th, 1825. Iu tho
spring of 1834 the family cut no to
America. After a stay of three
and a halt years iti Now Jersey
they moved to Woingnrlcn, their
present home. On November 2!5d,
1852 ho was united in Marriago to
Khr anno Fuller, sifter of Peter and
the late ('has. F. Fuller. To the
union ten ohildrou were born, of
whom si v i" 3 still living: Josej h
F., Felix M., Leo P., David N.,
Louise, wife of Joseph Grieshaber
and Frank C, besides 29 grand
children snd 14 great grandchildren.
Several years before his marriago
Mr. llogenmiller began Jto teach
school in his homo district nnd con
tinued to teach the youth in tho
same district for 51 years, absent
1ft. . 1 ...... i l . .1
www ms posi nniy o mouths iu ins
long career as teacher. IIo wasi
also Justice of tho Pcaeo of his
township and U. S. Gduger for his
district. The office of Notary
Public ho held till death. Nino
years ago he celebrated the 5()th
anniver.iitry of his wedding.
Mr. llogenmiller, familiarly
known as "Teacher Hogenmillor,"
was beloved and rospected by all
ivho know him.
His pupils lovingly remember
him as a man of honor, excellent
character and high integrity. Tho
community recalls in him tho faith
ful incumbent of the public trusts
with which they honored him. lie
was one of those who saw thoir
duty and performed it well. As
his life, so also his death. Streng
thened by the frequent reception of
the saeraments of Mother church,
whoec ardent and devoted son he
hail been from his youth, he passed
away calm and peacefully. Es
teemed as ho was, seeing the youth
whom he had taught growing to
sturdy nnd manful men; having
attained the scriptural ago of four
score years, ho could well say with
Simeon iu the temple: Now oh
Lord dimiss thy servant in peace
The funeral, attended by a largo
concourse ol people, took place nt
weingnrteu Wednesday morning
at half past nine. A requiem high
mass t was celebrated by Father
Kotte, after which ho was laid to
rcM at tho side of his faithful
spouse, who preceoded him in death
two' years ago. May ho rest in
The death of Andrew Muessig
ore tired nt the homo of his son in
Weingarten Tuesday, April 2nd.
Mr. Muessig was 81 years of aire
Death was caused by a complica
tion of diseases. Tho burial took
place in Weingarten cemetery
Tho deceased was one of tho
pioneer settlers of this county nnd
occupied the homestead on which
he died for over half a century.
One son and 4 daughters besides
many relatives and friends survive
Mrs Mary Bader, wife of Jo-
isoph Bader of this city, died Thnrs
flay, March at the age of 80
years, with tuberculosis. Tho fun
eral occiired Sunday from the
The deceased with her husband
have been tesidonts of this oouulv
i since lobO. She is survived by a
husband, six children, thirty tivo
grandchildren and 2 great grand
Sheriff Sale of School Lands
STATU OK MlPSOIIItl,
Uouuty of Stu.Ucncvlov
nmry turm A.IJ,
In tlio Oounty Court of hiIcI County, on tho
l'ilh iliiv of Mnroh A. ri. iqi'j iii.i riim. tn..
othr iiroi-pi'iiintru, on bail, vis f
L Intliujiwtiorolitin mtlof On. into nontlon
The Court ilcHmlnjr it norinrv thnt tho
. MtinriffHhall oilor the .' . .l of H.W. 1.4 if
;"""" lowiii-ioii in ,oitn ot u:itiKO
Kant, oontJltilnjT 40 Auros, tlntli direct him to
'Mini" Bdinn lorc'iioaH mo i;iw tiiulio,
nt th front ilnorof tlm (,'oort IIo'ish n tho
t-'ltyof Hto. OpnevlPMi nml County of ute,
(ll'nfvllV. 111 111 thp Olrntllt ?nnrt i.f Mm
Uvnurlcwt Oounty Ik Iu iipnnUin, after Kivinir
twenty i,iyn nulled of -he time, u-rm nml
lihu'M of Kalv thi-roof, iin'l it Ib oriloreil thin
wlillo I'm Olreult Court of Sto. Oenovlnrn 1
ootmtj N in tioii nml hotweon tho bourn I
of 'Jii'niock n. m, nml So'ohmk n. m., nxiiimi
fo 1 1 dh I n ir
(leftorinvn irnot 01 laim, to-wit 1
The If. VV. 1.4 of K.W 1.4 ir Mnntl.v,. 17
Tom nihlp W, North of rianifo a Kant, contain
Inir 40 A'Te,
u, . J"?,8- HTHAUOnAN.
BhirltT of ste. Utinoviexi County, Mo.
March 30, mt.
A. It. Jones
visited St. Louis
Edward B. Moroau
Vital Thoimiro loft
for Burlington, Iowa.
Mooro Rutledgo spent several
days of tins week in St. Louis,
Charles llorzog and Foli.v
Thomuro departed this week for
lor pure food
and national food laws
No Alusn Ko
0c on yonr finnrd. AIniu Pnw-
Obrs may bo
Shuriff T B. Straughan made
a ruMiioss trip to Jefferson Coun
Frank Rozior was a passeilgcr
on the Frisco for St. Louis Wet!-
Mr?. Julia Laluniondie.ro of
Bonne Torre is visiting rclntives
in Ste. Genevieve.
Felix Rosier arrived horo Wed
nesday evening from Kansas City
to visit his parents.
L. V. K. Horiuan of Biickoy
made a business trip to Sto.
Henry Uuck of St. Louis ar
rived hero this week to visit hi
lather Roman Hack who is ill.
David Wilder loft Wednesday
morning for Jefferson City to
visit hissistor Mrs. W. M. Ruwart.
Mrs. C. F. Cross is spending
this week at FretWicktewn. visit
ing her sister Airs. J. F. Cophor.
Frank Roth and William E.
Acuff went over to Salem, 111.,
Thursday to join tho B. of It. R.
Mrs. Caleb Smith of Sikcston
arrived hero last Sunday to visit
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Miss Charlotte Zieglcr who has
been visiting friends in St. Louis
returned to her homo in this city
Richard Berry of Minnith
passed through Sto. Genevieve
Wednesday on his way homo
from a visit to St. Louis.
Mrs. James W. Crump of Jack
son, Mo., arrived hero Monday
to visit her son John Walker and
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Weiler.
Minses Angio and Roso Burke
who have beon spending tho win
ter with their sister at Bartlcs
villo, Oklahoma, returned to
their homo in this city last week.
Dr. F. E. llinch and daughter
Miss Gertrude, Robert Aberna
thy and daughter Miss Phyllis
and Miss Theresa Hang were pas
sengers on the Frisco for St.
Louis Thursday morning.
Tho Zell Porchon Horso will
stand this season at Frk.X. Grass'
stable till April 8th; from Apiil 8
till April loth at Ignatius Klein's
pluco on Fredericktown road, back
to Frk. X. Grass, till April 22nd;
again to Ign. Klein's, and so on
till end of season.
TERMS $10 to insure sucking
colt; If mnro changes hands own
er of mare when bred will be hold
responsible for fees. Manager will
not bo responsible for nccidents,
but will try his best to avoid same.
No Sunday work.
FRANK X. GRASS,
The Kinorson Typewriter Company
of Woodstock, III,, have recently
given away over 400 of ttie highest
grade, wholly visible Eineixm Type
wi iters made in tho wot Id. They hnvo
giaio into every state uud territory in
tliu United States, Them may ho
some iu your town. Thoy are giving
thora nway cvorywhuro to men,
women, boys and girls, over 18 years
of ago, on surprisingly liberal condi
tions. If you could makn any use of a
$100.00 typewriter, providing it did
not cost you even ono cent, then in a
letter or on n postal caul nddresscd to
Frank L. Wilder, President, Wood
stouk, III., simply suy, "Mail mo all
your froo otters, nnd tiy return mail
you will receive their Free OlTors, tho
names of over 400 who biw recently
received typrfwritets froo, nnd
yon will learn on what easy conditions
you can get one of their typewilters
free right away.
The limonon Typewriter is nun of
the highest grade, wholly vWblo typo-
laiuwn uy iucit
or zsc. a i
writers nindn in the wuiM. Many
who have wed the BMKHSON a:M
other uinkos pronounce tho K.M EltSON
superior to any $100.00 typewriter oh
tlio ninrkot. It is n wholly visible mr'
chine, hns every new, uj) to-ilatu fcn
ture, looks like other high grndo W
typewriter, tuotiiilt it is ullin javt
now nt an riRtynHhingly low price mul
on tonus of no money with onlcr, tnial
free in your own Home. Nothing to
jmy at (irst, and titter a thorough trinl
10 cents? n day until paid. Tho
KMHHSON has every new iuipiou1'
mout, universal keyboard, buck sparer
tabulator, two color ribbon, tiwry
thing the best; h tho ideal umpliir.e
for beginners as well as for tlio mout
expert tpyist and stenographers; jnut
the typewriter for tho smallest or larg
If you could possibly make any uso
of n high grade typewriter, iwrn
though it didn't cost yon one cat of
money, or if you would like the agency
iu your town on a plan by which you
could mnko big money, or if yon woctd
liko a position with the couipuny.
then bo sure, on n postal card or ii u
letter addressed to "Frank Wildrr,
President, Woodstock, III., say "Mail
rue your Free Offers."
Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts
or burns without a scar. Cures pile,
eczema, snlt rheum, any itching.
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For Benefit Of
Sle. Gene?i8?e Mi
Orchestra of 8 Pieces
whoso repertoire includes alt the
latest musical hits by tho bert com
posers, commingling tho classics, of
tho past with rag-time of the pit-
sent day. It's your choice. On
this occasion tho entire band
be pressed into service to play the
Grand Opening March, which
takes place ut 8:30 o'clock
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