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8IIOITING MAGS Necessary for every
ladies comfort wlion shopping. Made
of heavy twine ami leather trimmed
COMBS SJdo combs, plain or Jewelled,
pompadour, a nice lino at SOc each.
OH ATfiLA IX K BAGS Any she from
n 10c oiio to the fancy seals at f 1.50.
UANNON'8 OKKAM8 AND LOTIONH
for chapped hands nnd Hiinliiiriis.
BELT BUCKLES Just recoived, En
ameled anil cut steel buckles 30c, 60c
and 7Co. Full line of ribbons for bolts.
FANS Dainty combination of colors on
FIN DK 8IKCLI5 COMBS By tiro of
these combs, all hair pins nro done
away with, the comb holds the hair.
CANNON'S PERFUMES AND TOI
LET WATKR8 are celebrated for
their delicacy uud fragrance.
They are ready for your inspection
New eon Plaid
A pretty assortment of the best
Foreign and Domestic productions,
Exclusive styles Call and see them,
J. J. DALRYMPLE k COMPANY,
in my watch costs too much to fix it,
Units what I oltun hear about watches
laid nsldti on accountof tixeosslvo charges
uiariu by other Jewelers, but they dig
them up again when tney hupMin to
hour my prices, also other repairs which
I maku reasonably in proportion to
Ci.ea.vino f 7fi
.Main Hi-kino 76"
All work Is warranted.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Miss Grace Carter
loft for Newport
Tonight and Friday probably fair,
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Salens
and paid-up ones at that,
than any other newspaper.
Ice Not Olvcn Away,
t cannot nfford to uivu Ice away, but
nm milling a pure article at u price that
ih within tho ruauh of all.
ClIVHTAI. ICK WoitKH.
J. Magulru, Prop. (I i0 tf
KlhiKerft Ucck,Succc8sora to SouthSalcm
All ordorH for bottled beer will lm filled
it the brewery. Kept on cold stomgo.
Free city delivery. Telephone 2IJI1.
Ice Very Nearly Olven Away,
We can glvo Ico away, to convlnco you
noma uud moo how big n chunk you got
for little uioiioy. Our Ico Ih inunuftio
turu from puro distilled water.?
Cnultol loo Works,
2Jtf Kl.lMIHH & llKOK.
Mm. llamrick of Chicago, S at M. E.
Prnvur with n tine line of needle work.
She will remain n week giving leevous
from tho newest ilralgiis of Culrutta,
Peruvian, Hulgarlau, Ratteuburg, l'olut
luce, etc. Indies wishing bountiful
oiihIiIoiin new novelties princliMilly made
for the coming holiday sousone uill
oitU ut onuo you can't mis Itfur her
work Id tho fad whore over she uoes.
u you www nargtiius u win pu
i0 go 10 i lie mir jsiaru, baiuin.
W. T. Junks drove to Ilrooks tikluy on
Darr Gihyou, of l'olk oouiily, was in
Win. IhtrriH, of IlrookH, wan n Salem
Junius Crawford went to Whoutlnnd
today on business.
Er.rn llaker went to Oregon City this
morning on business.
M. Klliik'or today went to Turner.
Sublimity nnd Stay ton.
W. A. Shaw, of Portland, wiih in tho
city today on business.
Kd Herren and II. O. White wont to
Portland UiIh morning.
Fred Ilammaek, of Turner, ciuno to
town today on hiiHluoss.
Hon 1. I.; Dunlmr returned todny
from tho Astoria regatta.
A. A. Diiunnl, of Portland, came down
yoHtorduy to work in Snlom.
Marion Ax, of Portland, arrived in
the city liiHt evening to work.
Mm. G. K. Shirley went to Portland
this morning to v i h 1 1 her mother.
Mrs. J. V. Orr and daughter, of
Dixie, were In tlie city today on busl
iiiws, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Chat!. A. Gmy left to
day for Alsou to ho absent several
W. G. Merrltlold was in tho city today.
He Ih nhuut to romovu to Aumsville to
Miss M. J. Mrl'mldon loft todny for
Corvallls, whence hIio will proceed to
George W. Watt ilrovo to the country
this morning to Invustlgnto tho oondl
tlou of eroM.
A. Pnwcott returned todav for
Wlulook, Wash,, where ho In Interested
In saw milling,
lawyer W. II. Holme and famllv,
who have been uiieumitcd near Mo
hauia, roturiunl lust evening.
Carl Lindbiirg, of NowUirK, visited
friends in Salem lust night anil went to
tirogon L'lty Mils morning via IkhiL
Mrs. 1, I.. Pattermu and two hiiih re
turned tli lu muriiliitr from Astoria,
where they witnessed the regatta
Mr. I., Woods, of PorUaud, who haw
Ihwii viltliii? her mother, Mrs. K. M.
amlervort, reUiruutl Uotm UiIh morn,
iuti vm steamer.
William Durham and Hob Hurnett
wero lu from Ilorot Hit, hep mril this
merulni: nnd My the ltoiw Imve Ihhmi
Kreatly beuelltted by the rain.
Ikn Cook, the portly reul estate oier
atir rutiiruwl last night from an 18
months' uIhmiico from liwue ut Uhwsou.
He left this nwrntng to Join lib fninily
TO MEET DAKOTA BOYS.
Senators, Congressmen and Other Officials
A party of prominent men from North
Dakota passed through Salem last night
It consists of United States Senators
Hansborough and McCutnber, Congrcs
man Spalding, United States Attorney
K. 8. Allon and Edward Patterson,
mayor of Bismarck. These gentleman
constitute a committee apiwintcd to
meet the North Dakota volunteers at
San Francisco on their return from the
Philippines. Tho North Dakota boys
are oxpected In San Francisco on the
28th, and liko thoso of Oregon they
elected to muster out there.
Senator Hansborough said that his
state had sont 088 volunteers, but of
course, some of these would be missing
on the return of the regiment. He did
not oxpoci the boys could bo Induced to
roturn In a body, but rather thought
they would scattor along by various
routes and at different times. Senatar
Hansborough, on his return will stop off
at KoHcburg, where his mother resides,
nnd will spend n few days there.
Labori Cunningly Trapping Witnesses.
Adroitly Drew a Confession From
Will go to England.
Ilr Aanoclnted I're to tlie Jnornnl.
Halifax, N, S., Aug. 21. In nn Inter
view at Charlottotown,Lowi8 II. Davios,
minister of marine nnd fisheries in the
Canndlau government, and a number of
the joint high commission, announced
that ho nnd Sir Wilfred Laurie will
leavo Canada for England in a few
weeks. It Is believed that their mission
will be to discuss the Alaska boundary
question and other matters At Issue be
fore the coinmifslon with the British
foreign ofllco, to facilitate nn amicable
settlement of tho whole matter.
It Is probablo that Premier Lnuricr
and his colleaguo nro going nt the re
(piest of Joseph Chamberlain, secretary
of state for the colonies.
Drunk and Disorderly.
0. M. Abornuthy was arrested at a
late hour last night by Olllcor Smith,
for raising a disturbance on tho streets,
driving around with a livery team, in
company with nn immature Cyprian
and u well dovoloped jag. Before Re
corder Judnli this morning ho plead
guilty and was fined $10 and cost,
which hu paid.
The total of bond subscriptions to date
is tl()7,U50, the last two subscrlbem be
ing: G. F. Sherwood f :(00
I). A. Paino 1,()X)
Tho Home Bakery this morning re
ceived u largo shipment of Hour from
Henry B. Thlolson is enjoying a ylsit
from his uncle, II. M. Thlolson, of
Flonsburg, North Gormunv, who ar
rived in -alem, Sunday, accompanied
by MIsh Korsholni, also of Flonsburg.
Our Mr. Thlolson visited his uncle two
years ago in Germany, and this is tho
return call and will lie of several mouths
duration, porhups all winter. Mr. II.
M. Thlolson came to tins coast in 18.r0
and remained in tho United States until
18(17. nructlciiu! his profession of ivll
engineer. Having accumulated a com-
IHitence he returned to his native land,
where he has since resided. nrnUm-
occasional visits to this country.
Mlseos May hatcliffe and Hopslboth
Hartley, who aro enrouto hoinefrom the
National Teachers' Association, and who
have, been guest at tho home of G. A.
Bockwell, loft today for Waukon, Iowa.
Mrs. P. II. Dawson, and duughter
Mnrgarot.'wont to Portland today to meet
Or Asioclated I'reta (o (he Joarnnl.
Hexnbb, Aug. 24. At the Dreyfus
courtmartial this morning the testimony
of tho first witness, M. Linolle, a formor
ofllcor of the Kovcrnment was In favor
of Dreyfus, as It was a contradiction
of tho alleged Intimacy of Dreyfus with a
The prosidont then called Col. Mnurol,
who was president of tho Dreyfus court
martial in 1894. As Labori lashed him
with pointed questions tho colonel nn
sworcd in a short, choppy manner, nnd
when Lnborl finally disjioReil of him tho
witness left the platform with a pale
face and a scared look.
Counsel hnd drawn from the colonel a
confession that the secret dossier was
communicated to tho judges of the
courtmartial In 1801 by Major I)u Clam.
This avowal produced a sensation in
Labori then put a series of searching
questions to General Mercier with refer
ence to the communication of the secret
downier to the court-martial and his at
titude in 'Oi.
The General refused to reply to all the
questions and Jouansto upheld Mercier.
Tho counsel becamo very heated but the
General Bcldom departed from tho cal
lous demeanor, which characcrized him.
During the morning, Labori ques
tioned Mercier with referenco to a docu
ment in the secret dossier, which it
nlllrmed, existed prior to '01 and yet
was not produced at tho first court
martial. Gonernl confessed he did not know of
its cxistenco and the samo statement
wns elicited from General Gonso, who
declared that Sandherr was resionsiblo
for Itfl non-production.
Replies were tantamount to confession
that Lieutenant-Col. Henry played with
the minister of war and even Gen.
Gonso keoping from the two latter just
what he pleased.
IDojp pickets Supplies
At Friedman's New Racket,
We have got hold of several snaps in these goods, and will give our customers
the benefit thereof. Twenty-five per cent saved by buying your supplies of us.
BE ON TIME!
Hop Gleves: We are selling lower than any oilier uouse.
EE ON TIME!
Come and take
advantage of this before it is too laie.
Overalls and Jumpers for boys and men. Best value in the city.
Comforters and Blankets: We cany an immense stock. We bought them as
bargains and will sell them as such.
Aten's Overshirts: A good article, only 25c. each.
Men's Underwear: Serviceable goods at 25c, each.
Towels and Toweling. Table Cloth and Napkins, Hosiery and Suspenders.
We are headquarters for bargains in all these lines,
J. J. Murplwy, uf the rortluittl Meat
CuiHiMiiy Ui in Ui oily, lie Ih raitUui;
a . V..?.'Hriuu. t' frmre buying
" V,'."1 ttml b'lHng inent to th
Is the broom
Wc make use of for
OUR CLOSINC OUT SALE
Our Stock is yet complete
Hut it will not W In that condition long
if the crowd keep coming our way.
HOT WEATHER GOODS at
BELOW ZERO PRICES. I
Shoes for Ladies and Men
Ah cheap na you can buy ut tho factory.
Summer Underwear for Ladies and Men
At one-half price s long as It hull.
(Horsets, $2 Values for 50c,
" " And every lino lu proportion.
CDILvLvIS BROS.S CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF t'OSTOPPICB,
Cubans Attack Militia and a Conflict
Ilr AoclnfeiI lrcn to (lie Journnl.
Santiaoo, Aug. 21. Five men nro
dead mid ten wounded iih tho result of n
fight Wednesday night, between gond'
nrmea nnd dlnnppolnted Cuban soldlera
at CeuvitiiH, thirty milea from Santiago,
whore tho payment of Cuban troops Ih
proirroBsing. Five thousand Cubans had
gathered thoro to receive their pay, mid
after three days, only 580 had been
paid. The thousando, who had been
diiapolntod at other iwints, had come
to Couvltna, us tho last placo of paymen:
lu tlie province.
Tho imperfect lists caused great dis
satisfaction, and n rumor was circulated
yesterday that tho paymasters would
leave today, which alarmed tho men
who had not been paid. They begun to
collect in groups, nnd to slum their an
noyance. Finally their thronta became
Captain IJallat with 20 gond amies,
was present to presorvo order among
tho applicants, nnd tho I'tiltcd States
troops protected Colonel Motile, the
olllcor having charge of the payments.
Suddenly Captain Haliat, who was
mounted, wns surrounded by u mob,
struck by stonos nnd bottlos niid shot
in the arm. His mini promptly Hred a
volley Into tho mob and three persons
wore instantly killed and thirteon
piuuiuim, iwoor wnoni hum tills morn-
went ",to Port- 'iB. Colonel Moalo's guard promptly
( biirroundcd tho money olllce, but took
n no part in the lighting.
J. C. Uoodalo. the luil..n,. i. i ,( " " u" .' "",UU8 l luro n "voiy
thoelty. conuiet, enrbtiiom nnd machetoa Iwing
iiovii nuuiv. vuiuiiiii ii;iuai
Cor Commercial and State streetsf Salem, Ore
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Duslness Being Transacted at the Court
In department No. 1, a new attach
ment suit has been filed, tho title of
which is J. M. Morley, plaintiff, vs.
Grant nnd Lincoln Davis. The action
is brought for the recovery of n note
for f!55 03, dated November 4, 181)7,
due one vear after date, with Interest nt
10 por cent from July 28, 18!)8, ntid $50
attorney's fees. DePuo & Cook are at
torneys for the plaintiff.
An nttnehment suit has' been insti
tuted in Department No. 1, by Mathias
llutala against Frank Enz and wife for
$177.13, alleged to be balance due on
goods purchase! for family use, with
fntorost from Juno 25, 18US, nt 8 per
cent. A piece of land belonging to de
fendant in sec. 31, 1 0 a r 2 east has been
In the mnttorof tho estate of Henry
Anderson, deceased, A. M. Hanson, tho
administrator, yesterday paid to the
county clerk $702 -10 duo tho hoirs, nnd
was discharged from further liability.
W. II. Smith to Ernest S. Taylor, an
undivided one-fifth interest in 71.03
acros, being part of the tl. 1. c. of Harry
Smith nnd wife in t8s, r2 w. n. c. d. $2.
Cyrenius Condit to Jane Condit, 115
acres in 1 1) a, r 2 w, w. tl. $1.
C. F. llrentano nnd Dora Ilrentnno to
King S. M. Ilrentnno, tho w ,' of the
e of the w l4 of the d I c of Jean
Jnugrals, with the right of way. $18 85.
I. c. tl.
Mr. ami Mrs. linker, of tho New York
Kncket. left todav for n Mhort .mtln, i.t
M. A. Merrill today shlpiKHl his
traveling horso to Portland via steamer
A.J. Swonlnk wont to Oregon City
this morning on bitbinuso.
Mrs. Gladys Hooker
laud this afternoon.
Cunt. Worriok U in Portland for
"Appotirnncos are often deceptive."
When two young men ennio hesitating
ly into the county clerks ofllco yester
day, accompanied by two blooming
young ladies, mid inquired for Clerk
Hull, Miss Angle McCulloch deputy
clerk, Hew for tho register of mnrringo
licenses issued, and dipped her pen in
the ink preparatory to making the usual
entries, while tho Joukx.m. reporter con
gratulated hiuit-olf on being just in time
for n good item. Miss McCulloch told
them that Mr. Hall was out, and was
going on to explain that she was author
ized to issue llconses, when one of the
young men took in tho situation nnd
laughingly roinnrkod, "Oh, we don't
wnnt to get married." They woro Lieut.
Finzor and Sergeant Hondorson, of Co.
M nnd two Woodburn young ladies, and
had dropped in for a chat with County
Clerk Hall, an old friend.
New York Life Insurance Co
Largest International Insurance Company in the world.
Insurance in force June 1, 1803 $1,001 Oft rm
With over 400,000 Policy Holders. f ,WI'M
Excess of income over expenditures in 1898 14Q3"9gj
Gained in Insurance in 18IJ3 iw'obo W3
Earned for Policy holders in 6! over 'isWooa
HOMER 11. SMITH, Special Agent, ' '
Ofllco with Salem Land Ofllco. 0-0iu3 Salem. Oreifnn
Hay, Grain, Mill Feed
Flour, Salt, etc.
01 Court st.
Give us a call,
Brewster & White
TODAY'S MARKET. '
Portland, August 24. Wheat valley
57 to 58; Wnlla Walla, 50 to 57c.
Flour Portland, $2.75 to 3.25. Super
fine $2.15 per bbl.
Oats White 43 lie, grev 42 to 43c.
Hay Timothy $S$0por ton. '
Hops ll13c; old crop lie.
Wool Vallev. 12 13c: Eastern Or
egon, 812. Mohair, 27 30.
Millstuff limn, $17; short, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.50 1.C0
turkeys, live, 1313c.
K!H Oregon, 18 to 18,!c per doz.
00 lbs, 7Jfc84 ; sheep poltti, 1520o.
Onions 75cgt0 per sack.
Uutter llest dairy, 3035; fancy
creamery, 40c to 45c per roll, store 22 to
Potatoes 75 to $1 por contnl.
Hogs Heavy dressed 5Q0
Mutton Dressed, 6(!e per pound.
Ueof Steers. $1,003$ 1.25; cows, $3.00
$3.50 drossred, U'Af.
Voal drostetl, (!7c.
Wool 10c, Mohair 30c.
Hay Haled, cheat and clover $(1.00.
Flour In wholomlo lota $2.75 retail
Millstuff bran $15.00 shorta $10.00
Hogs drobt-etl, 5)c.
Live cattle Steers cows '2 to 3.
Dressed Vonl Kc.
Huttor Dairy 20c eroninory 25c.
Poultry Spring cliickeiiklt to 10c.
lions a cents.
For Your Dinner
Fresh meats for broil or roast
Cornell beef its quality wo toast.
Cooked meats, boned ready to slice
All when served will prove nice, '
If you prefer cooked meat
And wish to avoid the heat,
Ilavo sont to your home
Snusairo or hum without bone.
The Palace Market,
MOYEK it EDWARDS.
Phono 2021. State street
Lay in your winters supply now
whilo cheap. Second growtli Ilr cut
from largo trees $2.25 por cord, alto
largo fir, ash and polo oak.
D. S. Uknti.i:y & Co.,
Phono 30. 310 Front cor. Cltemeketa.
J. C. Mills in Portland on hus!ue.
FOK SALE. Hon, harnosu and bile
llrt.l It .......... l.l . I . .
"u" jwimoiu, bimm nriver single
or double. $15 rush or will tnule for
lmlwl buy, wood, otttn or jiotatootj.
( all umbrella store Oil State utreet. J.
L. Knplinger, 8 2l3t
only gond anno wounded. Tho diwtl
woro oolonMl Cuban soldiers. This
morning iMiymont was roeumed, under
a heavy guard.
fo cure T-a Grippe, Reep warm, etpecUni
liie feet, and Uke br. Miles1 Nervine. J
If you want Hargains it will mv you
to go to Tho Fair Store, Salein. is-23-2t
bheep on the Move.
Tho band of 357 sheep and lambs
bought from John llouk of I.nbish by
Harvey Coil of Lincoln, have been in
spected and pronounced froo from tils
otiso by Inspector 1). D. Kollor of Salem.
The sheep were driven over the st el
bridge this morning lending for their
now pasture in Polk county.
Oil YAm Tlii'ftsliAi's fomhh
... .v,.,w, ...,VUIIVIM, JJIV1IUVUI
Hon ulmun. all iuu ol.
Itetturtinw SO nnd 36c
limy rot ton lllanketfj, all prictw.
Iirge tar soup fo,
I'arK eiasMMi. iood oium
Flrst-elasji shirts 40 and 4Sc
UvorwU 36c up.
Stntw cuffs ft ,)r
t KiasMMi. i!0t)tl muM . ia fintl, ,,.i ,..i,,-.... . u
Stntw hat . " "iT. .... w": i" .i':."""'' "'3 . "'
fewinliwiuoka... 6oup Work SIiooh ic u.
jtw iJkhm now in. Al value in
Hamilton llrowus work shoeo. All price.
Oiw nil on nl n n I
HUGHES. At tho Orogon Stuto In
Hiiio Asylum, Wotlntietlay, August 38,
lbUD, George Hughes, agetl alwut 00
Tho remains ware ytxtenlay prepared
for burinl by Undertaker A. M. dough
and woro shipped to Portland on t.u
overlnutl trttin tliu morning.
Work -tt8 logun this morning on tlie
O. K. X, dock iiiiprovonitMit which
has boon delayed on account of prees of
""""' b lurce ot men are now
at work under superlntemlent L. T.
Pickett of Portlainl ami It ill require
several weeks of work to put the Slem
dork in onler.
Prepare for Hop-plcking.
You cannot hindor tin, ruin rVrm, f,.n.
ing, but you can preiwrejfor hop-picking,
hstimating that the hop croii for Ore
gon wouin no large, ami that many now
pickers woultlbo rotiuirotl. I havo Iwught,
and nm now ojwning seveml lmlw of
heavy twill sheeting, a mct economical
material for tents, as after vim have usotl
it for a shelter during your outing, you
can cut the cotton up for other purpwoe
for tho family; not necessary to lav it
away whoro it may mildew and spoil bo
fere next setison. Then vou will neetl
rublwrs for yourself and the girls, nnd
blankets to koep you warm ; better ami
cheaper to buy tho article to kt-ep you
dry than to have to pav for medical
treatment ami drugs. All buy gloves.
I have sixes and qualities to suit. I buy
for eiifch, and keep for eulo for cash, a
large stock of staple ami fancv dry goods.
our patronage solicited.
3t) Commercial street.
The German Market
Will bo found till kinds of meat
and tho best of wiusagc. l-KKK
DELIVEKY. All bills due the
late linn of Wolt Mlescke
must be paid.
moiuz, Si SON
171 Commercial bt.
It It wit
.vlitmer, Portland; E. F.Park-
vity; -ure. uimg. King. Port nnd:
After the Fire
To enable mo to cletu up and
make repairs, I must dispose of
Water and Smoke.
Men's Shoos, Hoys' Shoes, Ladles
Shoos nt your own priio. Come
nnd Inspect tho stock and secure
05 STATE STKKI".T,
vill If IIUl1 Ulllfu
M ll'llll I
For rook wagoiui and hop Holds lowest Kneket Pricos.
UK. J ni n
' I I rn lninnn urn n.m I
1 UttS B i
"i U.,,lw .f ,ur Mwl.lniiia iHtruHins at onoii, one new
one, ami other dual jHtrtially on.
Sl-inoh frame $10 Tribnno ctnm i o.ii.Tji 1.1....1. ,
,n, 1 i.,iiw uick no ,M.isb5 kss. :rK "SS"S-S
SSffOm-iM 28 W&SSKK- SB
Cheaiw to ride than to walk.
A Conbular Visit.
George Kriugellwch, Vice Cwttttl
l)aiiiii,iiL- ut 1ai.. ...1 ... .
" " " !, uunie up xmt re
turned to Portland today by Koeburg
train. He visited the court house and
oollerte.1 tlie Iwlawce due the heirs of
tho estate of Honry P. Amlereonjwho
resltle in Denmark, being Uieir attor
mu 1. f.. iiauaI 1
no twine, x firiiMiiii 1 nn a (lUt.in
San Fmnciseo; W. S . llartlen, Portland;
1 ortlmul , b. M. Sttlees Jacksonville.
lif.JrlV!i?,"' S"n wni'faoe: T T
& 'i i,,'W..J pn, S C
LZr'W Si.1,"' ,,J,oor,. . Italvor
llllYM'k-llinrt.ii. n W n...i
Portland; Albert Humphrey, Kimnoiiti
Muiliberger, WootlUirn; 1 C.mK
prne at lest one cent n lumhui ,,.
About Tajlor's Recerd:
Yes. its rethar hard to luur ;.. it
Uttle LyHH Haiweit, a 4-yeniol.l sou
Of K. P. HuilSHH. tlu Tn.l- I...
re e hi S.th SleiH, is quite ill and
luts Iwen at Ute Hut of death but is ro
lortetl as again on the uwud.
1 w ma .
Not All Profit.
' iwntly i Co, found oa tJ ti.ai, i
horws tlead in the stall yeeteitky morn.
g. TheaHlmalseewietliUI HgUtnt 11
p, m. Ute night previous atul Ute tmery
w wtuit canwdiw deetlt.
1 m,-. i
eM be obtaiM,l u pt shoH uoiiee hv tka
"?. "i 11 you umi twLi ii "
"wtiMoiget excited ami fear
..mmveu) go Hungry. We
wknuIi to feetl our mtrano.
Tun Woxmut Kbstaoraxt.
No Danger of Famine.
we are WhunTCZi
ViMJrif,toftMtel " w" cowe to the
hhe Hotiw Reetaunmt, l "
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