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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1914.
THE VALLEY CLARION
JAY M. SEE, Editor.
C0S8IP OF OUR VILLAGE.
vrt Car'.son. Moline'a heretofore
jp. bach, mayor. snook into our town
ec dr. this J carried am ay one
ef oar fairest daughts. they consplr-
tf kP secret tae.r r's to wed
o that Oeir friend, who are legion
ww nrtMr.g of the event until -the
preacher had s.iid the binding words,
tie bridal feast had been enjoyed
gad tier were away on their honey
moon. Mart had been scratched from
tie list eli?iSs tn Moline, so ru
n?r bta because of his alleged o!t
remain permanently In the army of
tSs aingle. ana accoraingiy the re
port of tt marriage, and to an out
tier, caused constderabie of a stir
ajcjcg the home guard. Congrats.
Jlirt, 31 Mrs- lart. so say we a'L
pick Eirr.sm. our w. k. journaHst.
tie missus, and film. Jr., are ag.ila
m'.zg"S w1tl ,n home folks, a Per
carcrtiag a k. or more in the wood
Uads ef Minn, and Wis., with a water
trip ca tie side. T'.ie B!ms all look
u tiough tieir outing had done them
a tea? of good.
Doc Rolf, onr piscatorial demon. ha
tida fooi his recent fish story, dis
playing tie evidence in C windows
of kU medicine store. Said fishes are
axocc the priies landed in Wis. lakes
iy aon. and for his good work
Dee. pulls down some costly trophies
potted by several sporting good
houses over the country.
J. Sleehan. vet skipper on the R. I.
E. K-. 1 hack home after having fol
lowed tie old Mi?'p trail to St. Paul
asi return, he beinc a guest of Cap
BUY. It was Jim's first trip over that
route, aad he was much impressed
by scenery and such like, remark
tig tlat te reckoned the Indian girl
bo years ago jumped off a rock
inoLake Pep-n must have had consid
erable nerve. lie liked Minneapolis,
bt gataed an unfavorable impression
of St. P. because of the narrowness o!
its streets. Jim allow jf a man f"Il
ildewlse on a strc.-t in St. Paul he
vould strike his had against & build
ing oa the other side.
D. Ccp'd has had a busy week here
about, cot, seeminrsiy, being a b't
orTiea over tv.e rising cost of living,
nor of the depression due to the trou
ble on the other side of the briny, n i
But Claus Knew.
K1 Berry, our traveling talesman,
sends in the following:
I waa quaffing a libation with a
friend the other afternoon. Here is
the conversation that took place be
tween my friend and the barkeep:
"Hut. George. I ordered pllsener.
and this is not pllsener."
"I be your pardon. Claus. but you
"No. I am not."
"Hat I insist you are, my good
friend. That i9 pi!sener."
"Well. we'll let It go at that. Maybe
I do not know what pilsener is, but I
want to remind you that I do know
what pilsener alr.t."
Hortenae Handod Ice Pitcher.
Dear Ed: I am a actress, and not
sc bad. my admirers has told me, and
I hare jiiany of thorn, too. , A man
tl'.r t I thoUZht Waa TlMvtnr inn fall. tin.
q.-it me cold after telling mo a thou
s:nd timee he loved me to death and
srU he wanted too to marry him. I
told him I waa living for my art. but
he had me thinking a heap of him.
and what co-ld I do but consent to be
h!3 bride. Of course I aaid that I had
to quit my stage career, as 1 done,
turning down flattering offers of work
on the big time, whore I -was a riot.
Why. I have made Cams and Tucker
and Murray and a lot more of them
wimmen who have teen stars for rt
quarter century so Jealous of me
when I was. on the same bill with them
that they would not reckonise me
when they passed me on the street. I
was jest beginning to pull down the
of Mrs. Hinckley and her daughter
have been made to the state depart
ment at Washington, but the govern
ment has been unable to locate them.
(Chicago Daily News.)
Pear Miss Llbby: I am aa engaged
girl soon to marry and am In a sad di
lemma. My fiance and I have had our
first quarrel. Strangely enough It waa
about fixing up the flat he had rented
and to which we are to go immediate
ly after the ceremony. It was In re
gard to papering the rooms that wo
fell out I wanted the entire suite In a
rich, warm red. He objects, declaring
that it would drive him to drink, it
would play so on his nerves. I have
set my heart on red paper to match my
furniture (red plush) and everything I
have worked and embroidered for our
new home Is done in red, and even the
glass globes. Has a man the right to
set up his will in defiance of that of the
girl he is to marry? It is the woman
who will be in the home, while he sees
little ot It. Please answer soon, as
he suggests that we put the question
up to you.
'Twii Ever Thus.
(Alma. Mich., Journal.) - '
A college friedship which ripened
Into a love affair was ended last week.
Saturday, with the marriage of Miss
Vlnnie Booth of this city to Mr. Wade
Frost of Tecumseh.
(Clinton. Iowa, Herald.)
Mrs. Dell Hubbart. residing in Elm
street, wants to get into the class with
breadth of the valley. Its Inhabitants
about 27.000 in number. Including
garrison or over 2.000. speak Italian
only. The city lives rather on its his
torical souvenirs than on ita Industries.
i rieste The principal seaport of
Austria on -Jie Gulf of Venice, 367
miles southwest of Vienna. It mav be
said nearly to monopolize the trade of
the Adriatic, and has long eclipsed Ita
ancient rival, Venice. It had a popula
tlon of 229,473 in 1910. Trieste was
made the center of a large emigration
rrom Austria to America by the in
auguration of a direct emigrant serv
ice to iew "iork in 1904. At the head
of its Industrial establishments are
two shipbuilding yards, the largest of
tneir kind in Austria, employing more
than 6,000 workmen. It also has
Graz Afr Austrian city on both
banks of tho Mur, 140 miles southwest
of Vienna, with a population fa 1910
of 131,781. The city lies at the foot of
the Schlossberg. upon which beautiful
parks have been laid out. In the neigh
borhood is the Zeughaua, or arsenal.
built in 1644. which contains a rich
collection of weapons of the fifteen-
seventeenth centuries. The place Is
noted for its university. Abu'ndant
railway communications have fostered
an active trade, which is combined
with manufacturers of iron and steel
wares, paper, chemicals and vinegar.
real coin when this soft-handed, vel- Clinton's growers of big tomatoes. She
vety-voiced fellow eame info my life,
end keep tailoring me around from
town to town, and would not Quit till
I promised him I -would make the race
with him. Now what I want to know
is how I ken get even with him. My
lawyer said I could sue him, but he
says I ought t try to get too much
from him. You see I'm going back
Into the show business again, and If I
don't hit for a bl amonnt I won't get
much attention 1n the papers.' What
would yo-r advice me to do?' On the
squire T love Mm ail right, bnt I don't
believe he could be true to one woman
If he was put on an island with one
by herself and by hissolf a thousand
miles from the other people.
Answer: Co after the bi money.
Make i a $."0,000 case. He may not
be worth 30 cents, but no matter.
sever did em to care much after he yo u II lik.eiy make ine nrsi panes
tad gotten together tho price of the . the newspapers, and then you can
Eirrlaee lcne ' send clipp'nes to the theatrical sheets.
accompanied by your photograpn. iie
out some of his burning letters, if he
was tooiisn enougn io vrn
you. Then you will have had the pub
licity. Trohably that is all you are
Feekinff. Then compromise for a few
boxes of rouge and a season's meal
ticket. That's what the majority of the
chorus girls do.
B':i Frz'.'rnmons. our pop (espe
cU'.'.r wit"! those who do not own
traffic cop is swlneing his man
y form to and fro in 2d ave. these
fiavi, reiurnin? to d-ily after a spell
tpent aaong relatives In the green
teldi o: Iowa. Bill had hoped to
knock eff a few I?s. of flesh, same
txlcg a trifle cumbersome d'jring the
iated months, by running over the
Kawkeye hilis and piloting the cows
tad swine to wator, bnt he declares he
forget his real mission when the folks
begin dieting him on valler legged
tiicks aad buttermilk.
Oar populace was out en masse for
tie crowning of the 16'' blk quen
ed. eve, a pleasant time, so far as
e ere able to learn, being had by
jl present, thoueh ye ed had an eye
cioeed by confetti and had two first
eltss cigars broken in the crush of hir
H. Curtis, our w. k. barr's?er-agri-cuitnrigt.
U cultivating a bovine song
streM oa his ranh near 13th ave.. the
Tocal tests fakine place in the a m.'s
between 6 and f. and making alarm
ttorks nt ov.ftr iiocpjj-ry in that
Prt of the city. Tbti. too. "the music
reests new ir.owjj hay. green fields
ad running brooks, and caien one
to forget that he i living within he
tonBnes of a nr,i,v cifV.
Is exhibiting an egg. 84 by tu Inches
in circumference, laid by one of her
Rhode Island Red hens, as proof of
(Chattanooga, Okla., News.)
There Is a few things that I can do
and do well. One. Is to feed you at the
BOYS IS OPENED
Reception at Y. M. C. A. At
tracts a Big: Attendance
Gym Stunts Given.
The work of the boys department
of the Y. M. C. A. opened last night
with a boom, in the shape of a recep
tion to the bo'9 of the city. About
two hundreu boys came to the build
ing, each with all the enthusiasm he.
could muster. Some stunts in the ever
popular gymnasium such as indoor
baseball and other games, passed the
first part of the evening, with an ex
it . iui , i i K...tH.;nH- l T-v.
Best when you are hungry. Two. Is " -"
. uioi o n no a on vi i iij unvai ui va i am,
Chinese Girls Come to America for Education
f 1 .S4i -kiJ- t ill' fcV rA
Group of Chinese girls who have come to study at American colleges.
Tip to Musical Critics.
(Carthage, 111.. Republican.)
The Ice cream social given by the
I. O. O. K. lodge last Wednesday eve
ning was well attended. Spangiers'
band furnished fine music, also the
duets by the Misses Gayle Nelson and
Dora Ixmdr'e wit'i Miss ,Adda Srang
ler. pianist, were something worth
hearing. Talk about your trained sing
ers. Here are two little misses Just
entering the r teens whose voices
equal the sweetest music of a song
bird. And whoever heard of a trained
songbird?. It's our candid opinion
that a natural born singer needs no
training, at least not to improve the
voice. Master Teddy Lenix, whose
voice sounds Just like a little girl's,
also sang two solos very prettily,
while his sister. M'ss Bernice. accom
panied on the piano.
High Jinks in Reynolds.
Some of the local young men
liavinc great sport in kite flying.
an interesting game n mui-u umc
to Cry your Sale when you have one.
Three, is to sell yon Good Coal at rlRht
Prices. Thanking Kind Providence for
this Beautiful Rain and You for your
past and future Business, I am Yours
truly, A. G. SMITH.
Where Picket Amounts to Something.
(Rockham. S.- D.. Record).
Some one entered the cellar at the
O. 1 Paris home last week and stole
about a peck of plckels. Mr. Paris
says that if the pickels are returned
or paid for he will refra'n from pub
lishing the name on an envelope found
in his cellar and supposed to hare
been .dropped by the thief.
Doc Brings Proofs.
(From the Platform).
With the arrival of Dr. Frederick A.
Cook there was a decided change in
temperature. From a hot. torrid day
the weather in a few hours changed
to one of the coolest days that Mar-
lonites have experienced so far this
Preparing for Eventualities.
(Sorento. 111.. Blade).
Dewey I.indley is attending school
at Reno this winter.
Great Chance for Dallas.
"Would you go back there to re
side?" Colonel Sobieski was asked.
"I have been in America since I was
5 years old." he said with a smile. "I
have become entirely Americanized,
and I do not believe I would care to
make my home in any other country. 1
would return, however, to see the
places I have heard of but do not re
member. "Whatever this war costs it will be
worth the price: Kaiser Wllhelm will
be dethroned and probably exiled. I
would not be surprised to hear of him
In a few years running for alderman
in Dallas, Texas."
with talks on the gym work, and boys'
clubs for the winter by Mr. Clevett and
Mr. Craig, followed by punch and
wafers. The refreshments were served
by the boys, and the sight was enjoy
ed by a number of the older members
who happened to be in the lobby. If
the noise was any expression of the
way the boys felt, a spectator would
feel assured that they were having a
This event is only one of a number
of such affairs which are planned for
the boys during the season, and if they
do not have a good time it is the fault
of the boys. The men's department
will not be left behind in the matter,
and intend to open up the social work
on the night of Oct 2, in a reception
to the public for the purpose of intro
ducing the new secretary to their
friends. Further announcement will
be made later.
V.Vre bn rad.r.g ln the city pa- beneficial than "marbles
lers acf.s., j.re-irr.b!y coming frorr,
y. To t'n effort that he has j
'-ia-;a to rp?r 'r.-n .,,..i k k
Vre from Mo..
N'umWs r.f o:r forherwUe) san
ts are wearing V.np:e on the fore
Uei of tie r automobiles.
A woman hr carries a musks roll
oot aiwayg a teacher cf music.
The Plot Thickens.
Miss Gladys Hinckley, whom Baron
Rosen, former Russian ambassador to
tho I'nlted States, called the most
beautiful girl in America, has been
missing In Europe for a month. Miss
Hinckley and her mother. Mrs. Robert
Hinckley, were last heard of at Carls
bad. Inquiries as to the whereabouts
BRAZIL OFFERS A FERTILE FIELD
FOR THE MERCHANTS OF UNCLE SAM
Braail offers on- of the most fertile fields for American merchants
ta Soath America. Brazilian Imports ln 1912 the latest statistics avail
bl amounted to more than $307,600,000 and of that total American
"Porters got less than $50,000,000. Our most successful competitors
Great Britain and Germany, the former sending products of the
valua of more than $75,000,000.
Reacted piece goods aggregating nearly $1,500,000 were sent to
ln 1912 and of that amount England sent $1,310,000 and the l nl
fc'Utea $ 1 2 000 Consul W. Henry Robertson of Manchester. Eng
Id. telegraph,.,! lat month: "Textile Industry seriously depressed
tefore war; r.ow paralyzed; wholesale closing of mills seems Inevitable.
Gloomy ouiook for raw cotton. Impossible to prophecy yet extent of
damage to Industry."
Another article imported by Brasil solely from this country and
tie United Kingdom was coal; the United States sending less than
13.000.000 worth as against more than $15,000,000 from England.
Of watches imported by Brazil from the United States and Ger
many. etnt ,ut two-thirds. t ...
Of the dried fruits used In one year by Eraxll less than $20,000
worth went from this country. France sending those articles to the
riu of more than $240,000. , ...
France sent $150,000 worth of hats ln a year. England $90,000. this
We exported a little over $4,000 worth of window glass, but the
nje year England sent $125,000 worth and Belgium more than $319.
000. ' We sect but one-twelfth of the writing Ink used ln a year, the re
mainder going from England.
History of Towns
In War Territory
Two Are Fined by Justice Kueh:
for Failing to Provide
Boxes for Refuse.
Washington, Sept. 19. Following is
a primer of today's war geography:
Montfaucon A town. of. northern
France, 13 miles northwest of Ver
dun, halfway between the valleys of
the Meuse and Aire, 23 miles from the
Belgian border and only a few miles
east of the Argonne forest. It was her
that the body of Admiral Colllgny, the
noble "victim" of the massacre of St.
Bartholomew, was hung up by the
heels on the gibbet. The body was
secretly taken from here to Chantilly
and buried in the parish church with
out the head, which was conveyed to
Catherine de Medici.
Clermont-De-L'Ciae A town of
northern France with about 7,000 pop
ulation. 18 miles west of Compiegne.
on the Breche, a tributary of the Oise.
ita ancient castle Is now used as a
prison for women. In the middle ages,
two Irish girls, Maura and Bridget,
suffered martyrdom nearby and were
buried ln the cemetery of Nogent in
Clermont. Toward the end of the
twelfth century a peasant lost a black
cow that passed the night lying on the
tomb oi the virgins. When the cow
as found one side had turned white.
Somt Uwt Ja'er the cow again slept
cn the tomb aud Its other aide was
turned white. ' The fame of the
miracle spread through all France and
thousands of people came to see the
cow and be cured. Nogent became
henceforth Nogent-les-Vierges and the
relics of the two virgins were placed
In a shrine within the church.
Trent The capital cf the Italian
speaking portion of the Austrian
Province of Tyrol, 10 miles from the
Italian border at the Junction of the
Adlgo and Ferslna rivers. Its embat
tled walls and towera fill the whole
City officials continue Jo prosecute
ln cases where the alleys and yards
are not kept clean, in accordance with
recent health measures patsed by the
Two were fined in police court this
morning and in each instance it was
proven that the defendants had failed
to provide proper receptacles for manure.
Special Health Officer John Ne-
werck. who made the investigation and
arrests, was the principal witness in
each case. Nathan Saten, 2518 Fourth
avenue, and Zendel Colin, who resides
on Eleventh street, near Ninth avenue,
were those fined. Mr. Cohn refused to
pay and was placed in Jail.
Flight of the Housefly.
Dr. Hindle of I-ondon finds that
houseflfes tend to travel either against
or across the wind. This direction
may be directly determined by 1he
action of the wind, or indirectly, ow
ing to the flies being attracted by
odors borne by the wind. Fine weath
er and warmth favor dispersal, and
try than in towns probably becausajtha
try than in tows probably because the
houses offer food and shelter. In
thickly housed localities the usual
maximum flight Is about a quarter of
a mile, but ln one case a single fly was
recovered at a distance of 770 yards
partly over open fenland.-. When set
free in the afternoon fliee do not scat
ter so well as ln the morning. Liber
ated flies often mount almost vertical
ly to a height of 45 feet or more.
Monday, Tuesday. Sept. 21-22
Vitagraph's Supreme Achieve
ment In 8 Parts
500 Scenes 3,000 People
Thi3 Picture Will Not Be Shown
at Any Other Theatre in
Come Early, Matinee 1 :30 P. M.
Phone, 1277 Mol?ne
(Benefit King's Daughters)
Chicago. 111., Sept. 19. With their
narrow-toed, high-heeled, American
shoes and filmy silk stockings forming
a contrast to the rest of their attire,
which was typically Chinese from the
tlgfitly pleated queues to the elaborate
ly embroidered gown, 10 Chinese girls.
the first to be sent to the United
States on what Is known as the Amer
ican indemnity fund passed through
Chicago on their way to American col
leges, where they will spend five years
Although they all write and speak
English, the girls agreed to have the
Misses Me lung Ting and Touh lung
Yang represent them in all matters
dealing with the press.
"Before I say anything,' began Miss
Youh lung Yang to the reporters, "you
all must promise that you will only
print exactly what I tell you. In Hong
kong we hear of the American reporter
and bow he prints all sorts of things
when one talks. So we say we will
not let him do tTiat to us. I will tell
you of how we took the examinations
and our plans, but no impressions. It
is too soon for. them anyway. We
are all only here a very short time
"We study, over in China, Latin,
trigonometry, algebra, mathematics,
physiology and German or French,
"We will spend a year in prepara
tory schools before we enter college
and then four years in college before
we return to our homes. If the gov
ernment wishes, we will teach ln the
government schools, but that Is not
compulsory. We are free to do as we
When the United States, In 1908,
remitted $14,000,000 of the indemnity
due from China for damages incident
to the Boxer troubles, the Chinese
government formed the American In
demnity fund and it is their custom
each year to send 100 students here
for American training. This is the
first time young women have shared
in the competition.
AT THE EMPIRE.
Another strong bill Is announced by
Manager Dolly of the Empire for the
first half of next week. Grant Gard
ner, known ag the blackface funster.
will easily prove one of the headlin
es. Gardner has been called the sec
ond Al Jolson, and according to crit
ics he has already lived up to and
earned this reputation. Blackface
acts as a irule are about the same,
never varying from a set line, but
Gardner is entirely different. Christie
Kennedy and Smith in singing and
comedy will prove to be another big
hit, according to all the press notices
of their act" wherever played. Wur
nelle, an eccentric novelty, will do
roller skating of a fancy variety. He
is also a sensational dancer and bar
rel Jumper. LaBelle Clark and her
dancing horse. Grand Duke, promises
to be one of the sensations of the bill.
For the remaining act Manager Dolly
has secured a big musical novelty.
Another feature of the bills at the Em
pire which the public is Just begin
ning to appreciate is the complete
moving picture show of two single and
a double reel ieature at eiery yci
formance, making a picture show and
vaudeville performance combined for
the same price of admission.
AT THE MAJESTIC. j
The latest of the successful t".ier t-
rical presentations of later years to
be offered to the public in moving pic
tures Is Edgar Selwyn's red blood
6tory of the Canadian woods and the
royal northwest mounted police,
Pierre of the Plains," in which tne
author, making ihis first appearance
In motion pictures, is to be seen in
the title role, the part which he cre
ated in the original stage production
"Pierre of the Plains" needs little or
no Introduction to theatre goers of the
country. For several seasons it nas
been played in most every city of te
United States, and probably it is the
greatest 6tock attraction in the his
torv of the stage. The All-Star feat
ure Corporation, makers of this feat
ure, will be recalled as the producers
of "Arizona." "Checkers," "soldiers oi
cv.rt.ma." "Paid in Full." "In Mlz-
xoura, ana witn ims me nwi
duction. it has been generally conced
ed bv critics that they have surpassed
their best effort. Supporting Mr. Sel
wyn is a most creditable company of
Broadway favorites, including William
Riley Hatch. William conkiin. uoro-
thv Dalton. J. J. Rlefler. j. w. Hart-
man. Sydney Seaward and others.
"Pierre of the Plains' will De tne
attraction at the Majestic next Tues
MARY PICKFORD COMING AGAIN.
Marv Plckford. the famous little star
who pleased so much In "Tess of the
Storm Country." will be seen at the
Majestic theatre again Tuesday, Oot.
8,'when she appears In the Famous
Players' Film company production of
Dribbler In my opinion a man who
writes an illegible hand does it be
cause he thinks people are willing to
puiste over It. In other words, he is
a chunk of conceit.
Scribbler Not always. Sometimes
a man writes Illegibly not because he
is conceited but because he Is modest.
"Modest! What about V
"About his spelling." London Mail.
TWENY-FIVE YEARS AGO
From The Argus Files of i88g
Sept. 13 The first annual reunion
of the new Rock Island County Veter
ans' association was held at Concor
dia park in South Moline.
Henry Dart, pioneer of this city, died
today at his home in San Jose, Cal.
Sept. 14 Desk Sergeant Sexton of
the central police station has invent
ed an adjustment which will automati
cally harness the horses to the pa
trol. Beardsley, Hodges & Co., is the ti
tle of a new wholesale house located
on Seventeenth street.
Sept. 16 A little son of Mrs. Rose
Sherer, while. riding on John Evans'
delivery wagon was thrown out at the
corner otFourth avenue and Fifteenth
street and the hind wheel passed over
his breast. He was not seriously in
jured. Truant Officer Kimball has discov
ered 25 cases requiring his attention.
He says parents are generally satis
fled with the effect of the new com
pulsory education act and its provi
sions as to truancy.
The prairie chicken season reopen
ed yesterday. The laws of the state
have forbidden bagging this species of
game for three years.
Sept. ' 17 The Davenport Baseball
association met last night, and after
discussing the present situation in the
Interstate league decided to pay off
Its players, surrender its forfeit
money o! $600 to the league and dis
band. The grape harvest is turning out a
little better than expected.
Sept. 18 Contract was let yester
day for remodeling and improving the
Trinity Episcopal church to W. A. God
frey. The specifications call for ex
penditure of $2,500.
Superintendent Schnitger formally
inaugurated the Davenport and Rock
Island line of the Holmes system this
morning, putting on four cars to start.
Sept. 19 Master Lowry Casteel cele
brated his 7th birthday yesterday.
Gust Peterson, salesman for Olson
& Peterson, celebrated his 22nd birth
day last night.
Andrew Montgomery is erecting a
nice little coti-;e at the head of Sev
According to a New York newspaper,
thera will be a serious shortage of
seeds pn this country next season If
the European war is not over. Many
vegetable and flower seeds come from
sections' of Europe that are In the
grip of the war. Wheat, com and rye
are produced independently of Europe,
but some pleasant vegetables, such as
beats, spinach and cauliflower, are said
to be threatened. , ,j
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
Now Playing '
5 Standard Acts 5
Don't Forget, 2 Shows
Sunday Night Last
A Show You Should Not
And Her Dancing Horse
Phone R. I. 708.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
The All-Star feature corporation, producers of "Soldiers of For
tune," "Arizona." and "raid in Full" presents:
In His Own Great Dramatic Success,
PIERRE OF THE PLAINS
, A thrilling story of the Royal Northwest Mounted with a star
cast, including Mr. Selwyn. William Riley Hatch. William Conkiin,
Dorothy Dalton, Joseph Rleder, Sydney Seaward and others.
Atmospheric of the Great
Canadian woods. A story
that grips, holds and astonishes.
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