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Frescott, Ariz.,
Sir In regard to what your belt has
done for me, I am glad to be able to
tell you that it ha8 completely, cured
my back and other troubles for
vtiioh I nrocured it. Ibtgan to feel
better before . I had .worn, it two
weeks, and now feel like a new man.
I have been telllng.'.all my Irlends
what the belt has done for me. One
to whom I have shown the belt said
he would write to you to see if you
could help him. ' I have no doubt
that you will hear from him. You
miv use this testimonial letter in
any mannet you wish, for I am glad
to recommend the treatment to any
one In need of it. Tours truly,
PSlltifin Beware of medical concerns offering "Electric Belts Free." . This
UQUllUII . offer is only a trick to foist a pack of medicines upon you C. O.
D. Write me for an explanation of the trick.
I give a test free to all who call. If you can't call I will send you my beau
tifully illustrated book with full information free. Call or write now. Don't
delay. - .. ..
Dr. M. G. Mclaughlin
Agents or drug stores are never alllowed to sell these goods.
Offers choice of four routes to St. Louis and that it
costs no more to go via San Antonio or New Orleans ?
Stop-overs on all round trip tickets. Pullman and
Tourist cars via all routes.
Full information City Ticket Office, 22 North Center
Street, Phoenix, A. T.
M. 0. BICKNELL, Agent.
One -5 OLID WEE K- One
Commencing April 25 to 30.
All attractionsfurnished by the
Mat Reiss Southern Carnival Co.
"DIAVLO," the Death-Defying Dar re Devil, in the World's Greatest sensa
tion, "COOPING THE LOOP" on a bicycle. The only act of its kind in Amer.
ea. t ! ,'.'?. -. i '
Harry DuBetl's Aerial Illuminated Bicycle ride 50 feet above ground.
Acr of canvas. . All shows absol utely new to the western world.
The A"Stadium,"- the greteast of all
ehowt bigger and better than a circus.
Down Men
Who' are broken in health,
Whose backs arc weak,
Whose vitality is wasted,
Whose nerves are shattered,
Who are old while young.
You are here offered new life, fresh
courage, and the nerves and vigor
which belong to strong men. You can
be cured of the effects of past errors,
excesses and mistakes. .
Dr. McLaughlin's
Electric Belt
Is worth its weight in gold to every
man whose strength and vitality are
leaving him. It fills the body -with
nerve force, warms the blood, stimu
lates the circulation -and restores all
the mental and physical ' energy
wasted in earlier years. 1 It does this
w hile you sleep. - It has made thou
sands of homes happy. It is as good
;for women as for men. Man and wife
can use the same Belt. The regulator
makes it strong or mild to suit the
wearer. It is the on ly Electric Belt
in the world that can be regulated
while on the body. You feel the pow
er, but it does not burn and blister
as do the old-style bare metal elec
trode belts. If you are weak or in
pain it will cure you. WilJ you try it?
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. ' Sundays, 10 to
1.' 129 South Spring St., LOS ANGELES. CAL.
a e
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Excursion Rates, on all Railroads
I I - .. .II I
Programme for Sessions of the Fed
eration of Women's Clubs.
Mrs. Anna D. West, chairman of the
programme committee, General Feder
ation ofWomin's clubs, submits the
following programme for the seventh
"The regular opening pension will be
held on Tuesday afternoon, May 17, at
2To'clock, In the Odeon, St. Louis, Mrs.
D. T. S. Denison presiding. Addresses
of -welcome will ba made by the Hon.
Rolla Wells, mayor, for the city of St.
Louis; by Mrs. Philip J. Mocre, presi
dent of the Missouri state federation,
for the clubs of the state, and by Mrs
Washington ET. Fischel, president of
the Wednesday club, for . the local
clubs. Mrs. Denison will respond. On
Tuesday evening a literature session
will be held, Mrs. R. J. Burdette, pre
siding. Professor Edward Howard
Griggs, of New Jersey, will lecture on
"The Expression and Interpretation of
Human Life in Literature."
Wednesday morning's session will ba
devoted to reports and business. Miss
Margaret Evans, chairman. At the
educational session In the afternoon
Mrs. Frank L. Wean, of Illinois, will
speak on "Compulsory Education
Laws and their Enforcement." "Char
acter Iiuilding in Public Education"
will be discussed by two speakers, un
der the following topics: "Indirectly,
by Means of Literature and History,"
Miss Daisy Spickard. Nebraska, and
"Directly, by Required Instruction as
in France, Mrs. Jonathan F. S.
Mitchell, Washington. "A National
Aspect of Public Education" will be the
subject of Miss Celeste E. Eush, Con
necticutt, and Miss Mary Applewhite
Bacon, of Georgia.
Wednesday evening there will be a.
child labor session with Miss Jane
Addams, presiding. Following the re
ports, an address will be delivered by
Edgar Gardner Murphy, Alabama, on
"Child Labor in America."
- Thursday. May 19, is the "Day of Cel
ebration," also called "Louisiana Pur
chase Day." of which Mrs. Philip N.
Moore is chairman, and the detailed
programme will appear in a later bul
letin. On Friday morning there will be an
industrial session in the Odeon, with
Mrs. Frederick Nathan in the cha'r.
Addresses will be made as follows:
"Organization Among Working Wo
men," Miss Mary McDowell, of the
Vnlverslty of Chicago settlement: "I
the Ballot of Real Value to Working
Women?" Mrs. Sarah Platte Decker, of
the State Board of Charities an I Cor
rection, Colorado; "Value to Working
Women of Co-operation of Clubs With
Municipal Affairs," Dr. Ernst J. Ledv-
le, ex-commissioner of the department
of health. New York City.
Friday afternoon will be devoted to
reports of state presidents. For th-j
evening. Miss Evans, chairman of th3
committee on education, presents the
following programme: Miss Elizabeth
Harrison, of Illinois, will speak on
"Recent Progress in Education;" Misa
Jane Addams, Illinois, "Education and
Democracy." President M. Carey
Thomas, of Bryn Mawr. Pennsylvania,
will also deliver an addrers. .
A household economics session, Mrs.
E. H. Neville, Chairman, will bo held
on Saturday morning. The followirg
subjects will be discussed: "The School
as the Ally of the Home," Miss Ade
laide Hoodless, Hamilton, Ontario;
"Our Relation to the Household Trades
as Carried On Outside the Home," Miss
Mary H. Abel. M-ryland.
A press session will be held in the
afternoon for which a programme
complimentary to the profession will
bo presented. The industrial sc-sio of
the evening will be 'addressed by Mrs.
Anna Carland Siencer, of New York,
on "Home Destroying Industries;" "Dr.
Every Woman
U interested ftnl nnoum knor
lxmt the wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
I The new Ta4ul fc?l. ln)rt-
nonann &urtwn, Jlet hmf-
ont .Must Convenient.
II IteaaM luiMllr.
Ak mr drortrl.t tmr H.
If he cannot supply the
MAUI Kl.. RiM-ei.l lin
other, hut aetiri Mjitii n for
lliD'tnilel book "- ItKivp
(nil iniculr0(l rtneetK.im In.
ulii.ihle to !'l:r M AH H.iO
4 1 f ark How, Sew 1 ork.
"For rrrer nine yesri I suffered with chronic eon
stipstion nd during this time I hs1 to take an
injection of warm water cnee every 24 hoars before
I could Imve n action on my bowels. Happily I
tried Cavcarets, and todav I am a well nian.
During the uine years before I used Cascarets I
suffered untold misery with internal piles. Thank
to yon 1 am free from all that this morning. Voa
can. use tUis in behalf of suffering humanity."
. i B. f. Fisher, Koanoke. 111.
Pleasant. Falatable. Potent. Taste Oood. Do Hood.
Never Sicken, Weaken or Urine. 10c, 25c. Wc. Never
sold in bulk. The cennine tablet stamped C C C.
uuarantoed to cure or your money back.
. ; SterHng Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 603
in life is more often due to t Thnusted
nerve force than to lack of capital.
' Stronjf nerves nre the capital that
helps men conquer conditions.
When peopl lone their capital they
set to work to regain it.
Wheal- we lose our nerve force we
ount. to seek a means of fretting it
back. There i-sr way, certain and
scientific. T
feed the nerves, making them, steady
and strong as steel.
We do not believe they can fail to
cure Nervous Debility and phvtical ex
haustion; that's why we agree'to refund
your money if six boxes do not cure
81.00 per nor; 6 boxes $5.00. mailed
securely sealed upon jeceipt of price.
Book free. Address, I'eai. Medicine
Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
($ ' Best Tor '
JJ The Dowels
John Graham Brooks, "New Avenue3
of Industrial Kducatlon for Women;','
Mrs. Frederick Nalhan, "The Consum
er As Final Arbiter." .,
Monday thr morning and. ' evening
session will be devoted to "Civil Service
Reform" and "Library Extension," re
spectively. Miss Georgia A. Bacon
will be ,chadrman of the 11 ret and Mrs.
Charles A. Perkins of the latter. The
afternoon will be" given over to recep
tions. The nornlng speakers will be
Miss Imogen B. Oakley, of . Philadel
phia. Pa., on the "Merit . System In
Municipalities," Pr. Emil G. Illrsch, of
Chicago, on "Civil Service Reforms In
Public Institutions;" F. M. Crunden.
librarian of the SU L.ouis public , li
brary, will speak at the evening ses
sion on "The Inspiration of Libraries,"
Mrs. Rose Ca wood, Tennessee, on the
"Stoiy of a Traveling Library,". Pro
fessor Charles Zeublln, University of
Chicago, on "Art as an Educator." ,
Mrs.. Ralph Trautmann, ajs chairman.!,
will have charge Tuesday morning
of a sesrion in "Civics." Dr. Darlington,
commissioner of public health. New
York, will deliver an address on "How
Can the Individual Become a Factor
In Civics ani Sanitation?" Forestry
work .will be considered on Tuesday
afternoon, with Mrs. Mary P. Mum
ford asr chairman. Mis. Lydia Philips
WilllaiTU!, Minnesota, will take for h?r
topic the question: . "Can Women
Through Organization Influence Legis
lation In Favor of Forestry?" "Ten
Years of Forestry in Pennsylvania,"
will be treated by Miss Mira Dock, of
Pennsylvania. On Tuesday evening
thore will be the "Art Session." ihi
pcogramme of which will be submitted
On Wednesday morning the election
of officers and ether business will con
sume the attention of the convention.
. Wednesday will be president's even
ins?. - '
A business session will be held each
morning. Time for discussion cf all
topics presented will be given at the
morning and afternoon sessions .
When the managers of the great
Floto shows organized this beautiful
exhibition, they did not forget that to
please nnd amuse the little folk Is to
pleas4 and amuse the entire world.
With this thought in mind they have
added to their already costly shows a
department for the children. Including
many fairyland features, the beauties
of which have never been equaled by
any similar exhibition.
In the parade will be seen many cost
ly miniature wagons .tableaux and
open cages containing thesmaller spe
cies of the ailmal kingdom. One
hundred beautiful Shetland ponies. 100
dogs of a!l sjecies and sizes; scores of
rare birds, baby elephants, and mon
keys too numerous to count. Thes-?
are all for the children and each and
every llttl.i animal performs Its re
spective part in the difficult pro
grammes arranged by Prof." D. G.
Markel, the king of animal trainers,
The Springer Bid for Water WorKs
Bonds Accepted.
There was a full attendance at the
adjourned meeting of the city council
held last night. The first matter dis
posed of was that of the bids for the
$300,000 worth of 0 pr cent waterworks
bonds recently voted by the city. The
award was made to Isaac Springer &
Co., of Pasadena, whose bid was for a
premium of $17,600. The bid, of
course, like all others, stipulates that
all legal difficulties shall be removed
previous to a consummation of the
The next matter disposed of was the
bids for the city printing, bids being
submitted by The Republican and the
Gazette. The Gazette bid 10 cents per
inch for all legal work and one cent
per inch for publishing the proceed
ings. The Republican bid 8 1-3 cents
per inch on all city printing which a
representative of the Gazette admitted
was cheaper as the council has not
been printing its proceedings. The
printing was awarded to the Gazette
at ten cents per Inch on motion of Mr.
Messinger and by a unanimous vote.
A resolution was passed authorizing
the purchase of booths for the coming
bond and city elections.
Mr. Dennis presented a resolution
reviving and extending for 90 days a
franchise granted June 26, 1901, to Jer
ry Millay for construction of a tele
phone line in this city. The mayor sug
gested that the resolution brought up
a legal question of importance; wheth
er it could be done or not without con
flict with a law passed by the last
legislature. On motion action was de
ferred till the next regular meeting.
Reports of the corral boss and build
ing inspector were read and filed.
The marshal reported that the city
lights, had been. out for 213 hours dur
ing the preceding month. -. The com
pany, however,, had already granted a
rebate f 260 hours., '
A protest was made by citizens
against the unnecessary blocking of a
sidetrack In the southwestern part of
town, with empty cars. In the front of
residence property. The city attorney
said the matter had been,. called to his
attention and referred to the railroad
officials who said thle practice would
be discontinued.
Claude Arthur, R. B. Cannon and
Joe Otero, on resolution offered by
Councilman Sanders, were appointee?
deputy registering officers, the expense
to be borne by the democratic central
committee. . .
Jamea McCarthy asked permission to
put In a hay scale at Five Points. The
matter was referred to the street, and
alley committee.
Bids were opened for 1000 feet of 2 1-2
inch fire hose In accordance with prev
ious advertisement. Various samples
were submitted of varying brands and
qualities. The Clark-Pratt Vehicle
Co. submitted one bid and sample at
90 cents per foot. Wm. Evans made
two quotations on different brands, one
at 86 cents and one at 65 cents. The
Long Hardware Co. submitted bids on
four brands at 60 cents, one brand at
70 cents, one at 78 cents and two at SO
cents. Ezra W. Thayer submitted two
bids at 80 cents, one at 70 cents and
one at 60 cents., D. H. Burtls sub
mitted one bid at, -90 cents and one. at
80 tents.. The. Manhattan Belt Mfg.
Co. submitted, bids at 75 cents and, 70
cents. The Eureka Fire Hose Co, bid
twice at 90 cents, twice at 80 cents and
once at 60 cents. Another company of
the same name bid 90 cents, 75 cents,
80 cents, 70 cents, 65 cents, 60 cents and
55 vents. Tfce recorder wag instructed
to tabulate the bids and the mayor
appointed the committee on public
buildings" and grounds, as a special
committee to consider the bids and re
port, the naming, of. the committee
having been lift to him by a motion.
In respect to the request of the citi
zens' committee that the city employ
counsel to assslst the city . attorney in
resisting the action brought by the
Water company on motion, the mayor
appointed Metssrs. Messinger, Dunlap
and Dennis a committee to look, after
the matter.
Julio Marron an G. W. Stokoe were
appointed deputy registers at the re
quest of the republican central com
mittee. The street and alley committee wa3
Instructed to prepare a set of rules by
which the Southern Carnlcal company
shall be governed In the use of the
Assistant Zanjero Proops granted
permission to carry arms to protect
himself and the city headquarters.
The matter of the improvements on
the, southwest corner of Center and
Washington s:reet, .ordered made
sometime ago, was discussed and left
to the proper of.lcers.
An arc light was ordered placed at
the corner of Van Buren and Second
The committee appointed to present
resolutions of respect to the memory
of T. A- Jobs, late city recorder, re
ported the following resolutions, which
were unanimously adopted:
To the Honorable Mayor and Common
- Council of the City of Phoenix:
We, your committee appointed for
the purpose, of drafting suitable reso
lutions of respect to the memory of our
late city recorder, Thos. A. Jobs, beg
leave to report and recommend the
adoption of the following resolution:
Whereas, Thomas A. Jobs, late city
recorder of the city of Phoenix, who
departed this life on the 27th day of
March, 1904, was for many years an
honored, efficient and respected offi
cial of this city government, the people
appreciating his worth as a citizen, a
man, and a public official, delighted to
honor, and
Whereas, as an expression of the
high regard and esteem in which our
late recorder was held, both by the
citizens of this community and by the
members of the common council as
well, and as a test anonial of our sym
pathy, regard and affection.
Be It Resolved We bow In humility
to the will of Divine Providence and
deplore the death of the deceased as a
keen, loss to this ci'.y and to his asso
ciates In office, and a sad bereavement
to his family and friends. In him is
lost a faithful and honest official, who
performed his duties most faithfully
under a stress of bodily afflictions cov
ering a period of rnmy years prior to
his death, and one who wore his hon
ors well; a zealous and good citizen;
a warm-hearted and loyal friend; a
man the kindliness and unselfishness
of whose nature made him a true
Christian and "the w.orld better that
he has lived."
Be it further resolved, that as an
additional mark of respect to the
memory of the deceased, these reso
lutions be spread at length upon the
minutes of this meetir g. in the records
of which the deceased proved such a
woithy and , faithful custodian, and
that a copy of same b sent to the be
reaved family of the deceased, and
especially to his estimable wife, whose
many sacrifices and w?jose tender care
saved us sa long from, a personal be
reavement. Respectfully submitted,
Phoenix, Arizona, April 7th, 1904.
: The "Rainbow Farad i" is the term
one critic has used in describing the
daily street parade given by the Great
Floto shows.
No more worthy synor.ym could have
been used, for this page-vnt, more than
a mile in length, comprises one of the
most beautiful and highly colored pic
tures imaginable.
Never before has such a costly cara
van passed through the utreets of your
city, and no one should miss seeing
this free display of the world's most
beautiful tented exhibition.
When a woman stops crying over her
troubles It is a sign that she has re
sumed the celebration of her birth
day anniversary. Chicago ews.
From 1SG0 onward the problem of the
autocar was pursued continuously in
one part of the world or another, a
Announcement of
rates, dates of sale,
etc., for St. Louis'
Exposition will be
made within the
next few days. -
General Agent, Phoenix.
. .. THE , .
v as Malaria.
Flrfet, Ihere is a feeling of weariness, easily recognizable, a feeling cf
langtio - and sensitiveness to cold and exertion, which are the forerunners of
the first stage of consumption. At this stage Proffssor Hoff's Cure gives
immediate results. Chronic bronchitis, acthma and the various forms of ca
tarrh require but a few weeks' treatment.
' It' has been demonstrated that with the chronic cough or the chrcr.lc col J
which, docs not give way to ordinary treatment ther? is more than the mual
chanoe't hat there are germs present. It is not neeesnary even to look for th
cough i Frequently a continued running of the nose is a rymptom whJch,
should not be unnoticed. A cough must be regarded es only one of the mos:
prominent symptoms, but not necessarily present. Loss of cpr.etite may In
dlcateythc presence of consumption In its unsuspected form. A fetling of
weariness after the slightest exerc'.se is present in a majority of cases of
latent consumption. Persistent or even slight rise in temperature without
apparent cause is another symptom, often attributed to something else.
But one way exists to cope with latent consumption. That Is, if there U
the slightest ground to suspect the presence of the disease, to begin at cme
with the Hoff prescription which cured Hammann, the American test tas?
sent to Irofessor HofC. at Vienna, at the expense of the New York Jourru.
and whioh works a cure in every casa where the diagnosis Is doubtful.
Those, who have been cured seek to become missionariees to herald tie
wonders of Frofessor Hoff's medicine:
American- Bureau, Bendiner & Schlesinger, Third Avonue and 10th Street. N. T.
Gentlemen Enclosed find draft for $5.00, for which please send m 6 bot
tles, ot P.:of: Hoff's cure for Consumption. Some two years ago I was tr
bled with a bad ccse of bronchial asthma. I bought three bottles of Pref.
Hoff's Consumption Cure, and it cured me. Since then I have bovght of
several tottles for my friends which have given pood result. If you estab
lish, any agents through the country for these remedies, I would like to hir
the agency; here. Please let me hear from you regarding this matter.
' Yours truly, C. E. (TOUCH, Sheridan. I.iJ--
lijome. swr-et heme! A longing now to be realized.
American Bureau, Bendiner & Schlesinger. Third Avenue and 10th Street, N. T. .
Dear SirsEnclosf.d please find P. O. order for $1.00. for which plea.se en4
me one bottle of Prof. Hoff's Cure for Consumption.
I wash to state that since I last ordered, which v.as about two mcntha
ago, I have gained eipht pounds, and am able to pt't up a good day's work
on a raach where I am stopping. My vomiting has stopped, I have no
more night sweats and cough none at night and very- little in the day.
I wi:ih you would kindly inform me as to whether it would be safe for m
to return to Chicago (my home) after I get In such shape as I woull Judg
myself cured. I have been told that people who have come here for iheir
health a. id think they are cured in a reasonable lergth of t'me are rot abV
to live In", the East again. Of course I am depending a great deal on Prof.
Hoff's Cure, as well as-the" climate. I was here over a year, and got wcrse
every day until I started taking the Prof. Hoff Cure. Five months ago I dil
not expect to live over a week; now 1 can put up a good day's work.
Hoping to receive medicine in good order and to hear from you soon, I
am, Respectfully yours,.
CHAS. A. BOOTH, Box 4S, Old Albuquerque. New Mexi-o.
The cure of a father and encouragement to the son. A medicine for pos
terity. ,
American Bureau, Bendiner & Schlesinger, Third Avenue and 10th Street. N. Y.
Dear Sirs Enclosed plea.se find one dollar for a bottlo of Irof. HolT
Consumption Cure. We have, used your cure before for my father, whlh
cured him entirely, and we want this for my brother.
Yours very respectfully,
True gratitude In a few words:
American Bureau. Bendiner & Schlesinger. Third Avenue and 30th Street. N. Y.
Dear Sirs Will you please mall to me one bottle of Prof. Hoff s Cure fo
Consumption? Mr. Smith has used the other two 1 ordered, and has-gaineJ
six pounds of flesh and never looked better in his life. J ihank you very
much for your correspondence, and would not be without the medicine, and
will recommend it to any one -who needs such a medicine.
Enclosed find S1.00 for same. Your;s truly,
. MRS. JAS. A. SMITH. 140 Chandler St.. Boston. Mass.
Professor Hoi desires his cure to be in the hands cf every sufierer. It.
is humanity's medicine. Th? prescription is compounded In accordance wICi
Prof. Hoff's directions and sent out by the American Bureau at Third Ave
nue and 10th Street, New York, at $1.0) per bottle. For greater convn!7K-e
the remedy may be had at the same price frcm the well and favorably known
firm mentioned below. .
The triangular trade mark of the American Bureau of Professor HjfTs
Cure must be on the label, and this is th guarantee to the purchaser that
it is the exact prescription used by Prof. Hoff at .Vienna.
A 64-page book, containing complete descriptive treatise on the Professor
Hoff Cure, and accurate reports of several hundred cases, i? mailed free on
application or may be obtained by calling at these well known dnaggUts.
IMPORTANT. Other Hoff cures not bearing this trian
gular trade maTk are not the authentic preapration author
ized by the American Bureau.
You can obtain the genuine Hoff Cure at most drug
stores. The great body of honorable druggists do not
stoop to substitution by selling something "Just as grol"
that means more profit to them. The genuine Hoff Cure
can alweys be procured of the well known. druggists.
For sale by BEN
new enthusiast ever taking up the task
ere-a wearied inventor had relin
quished it. Herr Daimler's motor. i;i
the form in which it appeared In 1S89,
may be regarded as the herald of the
modern revival. It became .known as
the V-enp-ine from the fact that it
had two cylinders set like the limbs of
that letter. The pair of pistons were
coupled to a single crank, working in
a closed chamber, which in the engine
of 1885 was used to supply a part of
The " Golden
Is the finest train in
"Best Meals , on Wheels." Ask the Ticket Agent.
T. H. HEAI7V, A-.N. BROWN, G. P. Ar,
T ' A l. T?1 T T . n t o T T- r .
i. ct i ngt., xvi jra.:u. icx.
Every physician knows how preva.
lent latent consumption Is. It i fre
quently taken for malaria, or some oth
er ordinary III. for which the prystan
prescribes, really not knowing r.l
not wishing to know that it Is ton-sumption.
the charge to the cylinders through
valves in the 'pistons, while the mean3
of governing were also improved. Trre
motor car movement proper, however,
dates only from 1894. when automobile
began to be produced such as at least
compelled serious consideration, what
ever their defets. The astonishingly
rapid strides which have been made in
the . industry from that year to the
present time are familiar to all. Lo-i
don Post. . , .
In connection . with the
System :
2 !
State Limited " ,
transcontinental service.
rv. x . cc i. rv. system.
Wabash Niag&ra Falls Short Line
Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist
car Southern Pacific to St. Louis. The only line passing
and landing passengers at main entrance to the World's
Fair at St. Louis.
BOSS C. CUNE, P. C. P. Agt, Los Anfcele

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