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I'ltlAU, APItll- 1IM7. LONDON HO L10IIEY MAY BE cut aw Suspects Some Great Ameri can Spenders were crip pled In Wall Street. MISSOURI HUNG SIX MURDERERS YESTERDAY Janestown Exposition. Which Opens This Month. Shows Ad vance of Negroes. lindor.. April 19. London purvey urn to the tourlnt class, nre greatly worrltxl over the American tourists who every year fill, the old metropo lis. Ten new hotels and scores of new reardtng-houen await the visi tors, but now a great lot of uneasl nt'sH has stmt in lt;t financial disturb ances may have cut ofT the resources ipf the great spenders who have left untoM sums In the coffers of the ho tel men and the army of subordinates ho have fattened on the millions spent by the lavish Americans. Many noted npenders In the Ixindon me tropolis will be missed, for a lack of speBdtng money, which took lt. Might in Wall xtreet, but there need le no apprehension on the part of the caravansarle?, which have an army of fresh comers on the way to completely fill them. This army has so far filled every steamer that has started for the eastern shores of the big pond, and It is generally estimat ed that the number of tourists going abroad from America Is larger than ever. These are the advices that reaoh London now, and the passenger lists of the steamers bear out tho anticipations of the well-informed. The Htrand. ltegent street and Bon1 street are filled with Americans, and smartly dressed American ladies are to bo neen on every hand. The num ber of Americans In the museums, galleries and public gardens suggest .May or Juno Instead of April. The hig hotels Increase the number of their guests with the arrival of every steamer. Inquiries at the tourists' agencies about coach and tallyho trips, and Journeys in all parts of Ireat Britain and Ireland were never more numerous than at his time of the year. The I .on don newspapers print far more American news than ever before, as well as many stories of American life and characteristics. The Daily Kxpress says "Only a few of us want the American's money. The majority want the color ana charm of his vivacious personality. Wo adopt more and more good things from, the United States. Perhaps the most obvious return England has made is the Improvement of the American accent. Today he has just enough accent to make his conversa tion pleasant. Long may the invas ion continue." MISSOURI HAS A SIXFOLD HANOI Mi ON SAMi: DAY. Jefferson City, Mo., April 19. Six men were hanged In this state yes terday. Marvin Paulsgrove, in Boone county; Thomas Clay, Andrew coun ty; John and Ameleck Brooks, Iron county; John M. Crane, Kansas City; David Long, Pemiscot county. The -supreme court affirmed the Judgment of the lower court in each case. .1 VMFKTOWN TO SHOW NKtiKO 1,1 FK ADVANCF.. Jameetown. April 19. The exhibi tion by the negroes In the exposition building is already assuming large proportions, and bids fair to be u very creditable showing of the pro gress made by the race within a few years. The United Order of True He formers has charge of the show, and is able to put forward a very attrac tive) and creditable exhibition. The headquarters of the True Reformers i at Richmond, where it operates a bank, a department store, a theatre, and a real estate exchange. In addi tion to an old folks' home and indus trial institute. The organization em braces a membership of 6,000. The membership Is scattered through the land, und many of the subordinate SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. CHRONIC CRANKS. Wr .I have met people who are eon tinuaJly kicking. Lite seems a terrible thing to them. They seldom smile. Something dreadful is going to happen, nothing it ever just right, and they worry and fret and complain from morning till night. Their trouble seems to be just a bad disposition but this is seldom so. In most oases there is one of two things the matter with them; either their M M. J. K. SMOCK. nerves or their digestion is responsible. Ikjtbrotoe from the same thing stomach trouble. A man or woman whose nerves are tied in knots is bound to be mighty poor company. The same thing ia true if what thry cat don't digest properly. No wonder they grumble, I don't blame them. I have seen Cooper's New Discovery change the whole disposition of people in a month's time simply by getting their stomach in shape again. Even the ex predion on their faces was altogether different. The worried, tired, fretful look change J to peaceful happy expression, aod tht lines of care disappeared altogether. Mary people tell me about this in letters. They seem to think it a miracle. Itu'at. It's juct the stomach working again. Here's a case of this kind: "It u!Tered with my stomach for thirteen jears. Nothing I ate seemed to digest. 1 al.o had chronic constipation, and was tired, dull, irritable and despondent all the lime. 1 found it difficult to attend to my duties as traction agent at this place." "Sik different doctors treated me and all iue different opinions." "1 hrgan taking Cooper's New Discov ery, and to tr y surprise it helped me from the first. 1 have gained ten pounds in three weeks arj am feeling nae. My work now is pleasure, where before it wa cruiser; ." J. R. swock, Cicero, ladie. w c e-eil the Cooper medicines. THE J, H. O'RIELLY CO. tuiiit'i SoooimI St. anil Railroad Ave. "Fountains." as the branches are called, own valuablo property In their respective communities. On the six-acre lot allotted to the negroes the True Reformers have erected a substantial building and throughout the exposition, will have In complete operation a model bank with a safe deposit attachment, and all the ma chinery staff of officers and ap purtances of a first class metropoli tan banking Institution. They will handle the money of the concession aires, cash checks. Issue money orderj drafts, bills of exchange, receive de posits from visitors and employes, take enre of valuables of persons w ho may not want to carry them around and in short transact a regular busi ness of banking for the convenience of all who may require such service. PACIFIC MAIL NTKAM SHIP COMPANY SIXMXt;. New York, April 19. The property of the Pacific Mail Steamship com pany. Is selling In the open market for 16.000,000. The Southern Pacific holdings, which are Just enough to secure control, are $3,000,000. The company owns nnd operates lines of steamers plying between Pan Fran cisco and Honolulu, Yokahoma and Hong Kong, also from San Francisco to Panama and Mexico and Central American points. Its property con sists of sixteen steel and iron steam ships with a gross tonnage of 68,000 tons, with other equipment, and real estate, buildings, machinery, etc., at Panama May, Hong Kong, and other points. Control passed to the Harrl man interests in 1900. The Harrl man interests have put all the sur plus earnings in the property. For the present there is no outlook for dividends, but the future of the com pany lies along the outcome of the Panama canal. The opening of the canal will be a great Impetus for the Pacific Mall company, and those w ho have held the stock all these years without dividends, are patient enough to wait still longer, hoping that th completion of the big ditch will brln them Into their own. mtKss ;oois nun.; INCKEASINt; THIS FALL. New York, April 19. As the period for selecting dress goods is now fair ly advanced the selling agents report a stronger demand as coming to hand from the jobbing trade, especially In the middlewest. Prices on the heavy weight materials are firmly held, and It is not to be expected that late buy ers will find stocks available at any lower terms. Some of the large manufacturers of dress goods have already placed a number of their leading fabrics at an advance of from 2 to 3 per cent. The strictly staple line of cheviots, serges, wool suit ings, and plain worsteds are under order to an extent that makes the season an assured success. Plain Panamas and piece dyes are also well situated. No class of dress goods is In better request for the fall and win ter of 1907 than fine grade broad cloth of superior finish. The Import ed lines are under heavy import or ders, nnd domestic lines are rapidly reaching a position where the agents must duplicate orders. The cuttiug up trade is interested In getting plain and fancy henrlettas, panamas, ba tistes, and tweeds for early fall re quirements, and is also taking a con siderable quantity of plaids and c mocks. TF.XAS TOWN GI7TS T1IF. TKl'K BOOST IDF.A Shelbyville, Tex., April 19. The of- ncers who head the newly formed Manufacturers' association are push ing trie new concern, and it will be but a short time before the list of members will Include every substan tial business man in the town. Its object Is to uplift the town and ex tend business generally. There is plenty of capital behind the concern, and a disposition to use it freely, Additional industries will be estab lished, and committees are Industrial I ly searching for new manufacturing 1 concerns that are In need of a site I for their enterprises, and they will be accommodated and made at home i In Shelbyville. Concerns in need of .a helping hand will find it ready ex tended in a practical and substantial way. The erection of additional busi ness houses Is also being encouraged. The general Improvement of the town will also be very closely looked af- l ter, and In every way and manner the weuu.ro or citizens and business men of the town will be bettered. BASE BALL Where They Are Playing Today. American Icngue. St. Louis at Chicago, Detroit at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia Boston at New York. National Ijeagnc. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnutl at St. Louis. iiicago at Pittsburg. STANDINt; OF THE TKAMS. National league. Won. Ixist. Pet. Chicago 3 L .760 Cincinnati .1 1 .750 Boston S 2 .600 New York a i .600 Philadelphia .! 2 .600 Pittsburg 1 2 .333 St. iouls 1 4 .200 Brooklyn 1 4 .200 American Irfiigue. Won. Lost. Pet Chicago 4 2 .667 New York 3 2 .600 Detroit 3 2 .600 Boston 3 ' 3 .600 Philadelphia 3 3 ,R00 Cleveland 2 2 .600 Washington 2 3 .400 St. Louis 1 4 .00 Wcwtero I-eairuc. Won. Lost. Pet Denver 1 0 1.000 Lincoln 1 0 1.000 Sioux City 1 0 l.OOt) Pueblo 0 1 .000 Omaha 0 1 .000 Des Moines 0 1 .000 YESTERDAY'S GAMES National Ieague. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg 1 2 2 Chicago 0 6 t Batteries Leifleld and Phelps; Brown and Moran. At Philadelphia-- R. II. E. Boston ,. 8 10 6 Philadelphia. 10 8 6 .''atterles Bnulets, Need ham and Orendorf; Plttlnger and Dooln. At Brooklyn R. H. E. New York 0 2 2 Brooklyn 3 J 1 Batteries Taylor and Bremahan; Pastorious and Rittur. Cokl lrpvent St. Iouis Gamo. St. Iuls-('lncinnatl gxme called off. cold and wet. American 14-ugue. At Chicago it. . E. Chicago 2 s 1 St. Louin 0 7 0 Batteries Altrork and MoFarland; Morgan and Buelow. At Cleveland R. J. E. Cleveland 0 8 2 letroit 2 6 0 Batteries Hiss an.i is, mis; Mullin nnd Payne. At New York R. . . Philadelphia 4 o New York K 9 2 Batteries Coomb. Virkers and Berry; f Urksoti. Ki-fe. KUinnu and Thomas. At Huston R. H. E. Wu.-llingtou 4 a 2 NEWLY APPOIflTED MAH AGER OF THE BOSTON GEORGE A. nrFF, Wlio Steps Into Poor 't hick" KuUils Shoe. Chicago. April 19. "Geo. A. Huff, newly selected manager of the Boston Americans, has a pretty rocky road to travel," Is the opinion of most base ball fans. The Boston team was an uncertainty before "Chick" Stahl's tragic suicide. Since then It is demoralized. The thought of a hoodoo hanging over a club Is not likely to engender a winning spirit among the players. Bright spots for Huff are the facts that Collins and Crlger are back in shape, and he has full authority un der his contract. Owner Taylor can not mix in. This puts It up to the new manager. Huff is said to be one of the highest salaried managers in base ball. He has been athletic director at the Uni versity of Illinois for twelve years, and has been a big success. Boston n 4 4 Batteries Hughes and Bliinken shlp; oberlin and Shaw. Western League. At Lincoln Lincoln-Pueblo game called off; snow. At Sioux City Sioux City-Omaha game postponed; snow. - At Des Moines Denver-Des Moines game postponed; rain. American AsHclatiii. At Louisville Louisville -City game postponed; rain. At Columbus Columbus waukee 0. Kansas S; Mil- At Toledo Toledo 10: St. Paul 4. At Indianapolis Indianapolis 3 Minneapolis 0. THE CITIZEN'S DAILY BASE BAIL STORY If Hughey Jennings puts into prac tice some of the things that he used to do on the old Baltimore team, the Detroit club will bear watching around the circuit this season. In talking of old days he says: "We took advantage of every point to win a game. Once McGraw got a base on about the thinnest thing I ever saw. A pitched ball hit his bat. He at once pinched his arm and ANYTHING TO WIN. claimed his base. The umpire was skeptical, but McGraw showed his arm. which of course was red from the pinching, and was given the bag. "Of course. I succeeded ia gotting hit a good many times, and most al ways the pain and the rubbing were all a bluff. We were after games, and we got them. But I have receiv ed several slashes in my career which were the real thing, one resulting In a broken nose. "it Is not such a pinful thing to get hit. When I determined to get hit In order to walk. I Just braced myself, tightened my muscles and the ball would bounce off like rubber. It's easy, but it takes nerve. You can't play ball, however, without1 nerve. The principal thing in base ball is to win games." SPOUTING NOTES. Roy Hitt, Pacific coast southpaw, has reported with the Cincinnati Reds. Tangle over whether Topeka shall remain In the Western League is still worrying the magnates. Matty Baldwin of Boston whipped Jimmy Clabhe and Billy Roche in one night at Milwaukee. Johnny Summers, the English light weight, Is a wonder, according to for eign critics. All London believes he scared Battling Nelson across the pond. In the annual regatta at Monaco, the La Lorraine, a 40-foot boat cov ered 60 kilometers in 71 minutes, 21 seconds. Tod Sloan's friends say ho will soon be riding again In this country. They claim te have a tip that he will be re- insialeQ "Spike" Robinson has declined to meet Tommy Sullivan in a six-round battle. He says he will sign for a 20 iound go. F.T the first time In this country a College will hold un open golf tourna ment. Th Princeton golf club will break the ice May 9-10-11. Cy Young has wagered he. will win over half hi games this year, and that lie will win a larger per cent of tils games than the club will win. Here'.-, to the "grind old man' suc- IfSH, (imagine ttJ 000K5K300000C0( Albuquerque City Name. Occupation. Residence. If your name is not in list below, fill out blank above and send same to the office of The F.vening Citizen. B Brown. Jewell D.. carpenter, res. Fif teenth street, between Klate and Marble avenues. Prown, John, brakeman Santa Fe By., res. Majestic hotel, 206 south First street. Brown, Mrs. L. A. D., res. 624 eust Iron avenue. Brown, Mis Mary A., housekeeper, res. 416 west Lead avenue. Brown, Melville 8., clerk, res. 601 west Roma avenue. Brown, Robert F.. driver Whitney Co., res. 707 west Coal avenue. Brown, Mrs. Ruth (widow), res. 422 west Lead avenue. Brown, Walter L., res. 416 south Third street. Brown, William P., lineman Colo rado Telephone Co., res. Old Town. Bruce, Eugene, employe Santa Fe Ry., res. 409 west Copper avenue. Bruehl, A. M., employe W. L. Trim ble & Co., res. 311 west Copper avenue. Bruhn, Ed. O., res. 917 north Sec ond street. Bruner, Charles, res. 205 north Sec ond street. Bruno, Dominique, employe Ameri can Lumber Co., res. 1406 south Second street. Bruno, Lawrence, laborer, res. 1406 south Second street. Bryan. Hugh, student, res. $00 Park avenue. Bryan, Kirk, student, res. 800 Park avenue. Bryan, Richard W. D., lawyer. First National Bank bldg., res. 800 Park avenue. Bryant, H. W butcher, res. 114 north Walter street. Bryant, F H., locomotive engineer, res. 607 west Silver avenue. Bryant, George N., Pullman porter, res. 317 west Silver avenue. Bryce, Wm., machinist Albuquerque foundry, res. 621 south Edith street. Bryson, Miss Mabel, res. 115 south Arno street. Bryson, Miss Jennette, res. 115 south Arno street. Buchanan. John, carpenter's helper, res. 409 north Broadway. Buchnron, John, employe Stern- Mchloss & Co., res. Old Town. Buck, John F., clerk A. T. & S. F. Ry. Buck, Steven R., railway mail clerk, res. 616 New York avenue. Bucklin, Delos S., carpenter, res. 320 north Broadway. Buehl. C. A., clerk A. T. & R. F. Ry., res. 306 south Walter street. Buehler, Frank, res. St. Claire ho tel. Bull, John D., res. S22 south Arno street. Bullard, Harry G., office manager W. H. Hahn & Co.. res. 221 south Sixth street. Bulllngton, Fletcher C, steward Com mercial club, res. 509 west Allan tic avenue. Bun ten, T. C, livery man, res. 705 south High street. Burg, Charles, cook, res. 406 west Atlantic avenue. Burgess. Grant, clerk Sturges' hotel, res. 314 south Broadway. Burgess, Mrs. J. (widow), res. 314 south Broadway. Burgess, Wm., drug clerk B. Ruppe's, res. lis north wtxtn street. Burke, Miss Edith, res. 222 north Third street. Burke, James, employe American Lumber Co., res. 419 west Fruit avenue. Burke, W. II., mixologist, res. 616 west TIJeras avenue. Burke, W. K., editor Morning Jour nal, res. 702 west Coal avenue. Burkhart, Summers, attorney at law, Grant bldg., res. 901 west Tijeraa avenue. Burnett, Miss Carrie, clerk, res. 217 south Arno street. Burnett, John E., painter and con tractor, res. 217 south Arno street. Burnett, John '., foreman Trimble Transfer Co., 113 north Second street. Burns, Drokey, carpenter's helper, res. 1224 Barelas road. Burnwell, J. J., laborer, res. 916 East street. Burroughs, II. T., employe American Lumber Co., res. 1013 Forester street. Burroughs, Mrs. Kate, private board lng, res. 1013 Forester street. Burroughs, Walter A., clerk, res. 103 r ruit avenue. Burrows, Miss Karcisus, res. 100 north Kdlth street. Burrus, George, baker, French bak ery; res. 316 Cromwell avenue. Rursan. Webana, driver W. L. Trim ble & Co., res. 113 north Second street. Bursee, Howard. elerk, Graham Bros., res. Garcia bldg. Burtless, Arthur, chief city fire de partment, res. 214 New York ave nue. Burton, Donnally, check clerk freight office A.. T. & S. F res. 318 Santa Fe avenue. Burton, S. L., physician, res. 21! south High street. Burwln, James, bollermaker, res. 1007 south Second street. Busch, A., car repairer, res. 629 south Walter street. Bush, Mrs. Mattie. chambermaid Al varado hotel, res. (25 north Broad way. Bustamenta, Loqulno, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 1526 south Third st reet. Bustamante, Pollcarpio, laborer, res. 1234 East street. Butler, Mrs. Adelbert, res. 421 south Third street. Butler, Eugene C, mgr. Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., res. 421 south Third street. Butler, Mrs. M. J., boarding house, 717 East street; res same. Butt, Henry, baker, res. Oil north Third street. Butterfleld, Mary C, employe Imper ial laundry, res. 219 west Silver avenue. Butts, Bert, employe American Lum ber Co., ret. 1008 north Second street. Butts, Mrs. T. P.. principal first ward school, res. 212 south Broadway. Buzzell, O. D.. foreman car depart ment Santa Fe shops, res. 210 south Sixth street. Byas, Donanclano, laborer, res. ID Barelas road. Byas. Rev. Geo. II , pastor A. M. E. church, res. 311 west Coal avenue. Byer, F. M en ploye American Lum ber Co., res. Hotel Navajo. Byler, C. P.. employe American Lumber Co.. res. 1409 west Rail road avenue. Byrnes. Mat, employe American Lumber Co., res. north Eighth street. Cabrera, Auuline, employe Ameri can Lumber Co., res. Martinez town. Cabrera, Loui-. employe American Directory 1907 Lumber Co.. res. Martinez town. Cadanas, Jose, sheepman, res. 600 west Pacific avenue. Cadby, Mrs. Emma A., res. 214 north Walter street. Cadby, John N., professor, Itnlver slty, res. 214 north Walter street. Calahan, Mary, waitress Alvarado ho tel, res. same. Caldwell, J. O., carpenter Santa Fe shops, res. 217 west Silver avenue. Caldwell. John P., salesman, The Lion store; res. 218 south High street. Caley. Ed. T., butcher, res. 205 north Second street. Callan. C. P., res. 709 north Twelfth street, California Saloon (Jesus Sanchex, prop), 1324 south Second street Calllster. Thos., employe American Lumber Co., res. 718 north Fifth street. Calvert. George O., railroad engineer, res. 611 south High street. Cameron, Wm., res. 234 north Wal ter street. Camp, Charles, res. 402 south Wal ter street. Campbell, Allen D , clerk E. L. Wash. burn Co., res. 316 west Goal ave nue. Campbell, Fred, bookkeeper Gross Kelly & Co., rea. commercial club. Campbell, John, employe Trimble's nam, res. 311 west Copper ave nue. Campbell, Roy 0U5 bookkeeper Matthew's dairy, res, 316 west Coal avenue. Campfleld. George A., salesman Mc intosh Hardware Co., res. 221 north Seventh street. Camptleld, Josephine J., res. 221 north Seventh street. Camptleld, S. A., machinist Santa Fe shops, res. 209 west Huzeldlne ave nue. Campos, Fructuoso, laborer, res. 180S south Second street. Campos, Ignacio, employe Santa Fe Ry., res. 1906 Barelas road. Candelarla, Abonecla, employe Ameri can Lumber Co., res. Ixis Grlegos. Candelarla, Ambrosio, sheep raiser, res. f.24 west TIJeras avenue. Candelarla, Mrs, Concepttono (wid ow), res. 1724 Barelas road. Candelarla. Febronlo, employe American Lumber Co., res. Los Grlegos. Candelarla, Juan F., blacksmith help er, Santa he shops, res, 816 Ba relas road. Candelarla, M. A., sheep grower, res. 421 west t opper avenue. Candelarla, Pedro, employe Albu querque foundry, res. 1050 south Broadway. Cnndelnrlu, Prim, employe American Lumber Co.. res. Ia8 Duranes. Candelarla. Rafael J., janitor Santa Fe general offices, res. 816 Barelas road. Candelarla, Miss Theresa, employe Imperial laundry, res. 705 west TIJeras avenue. Candelarla Translto, employe Santa Eo shops, rea 1224 Barelas road. Cannon, John, clerk A. T. & S. F. freight office, res. 6 16 south Arno street. Cannon, John A., stenographer San ta Fe, res. 616 south Arno street. Cannon, Walter R., machinist Santa Fe shops, res. 616 soutn Arno street. Cantrlll, Herbert W operator Pos tal Telegraph office, res. 205 south Walter street. Capps, Miss Zora, employe Imper lal laundry, res. B10 Keleher street. Capltain, Daniel, machinist Santa Fe shops, res. 307 west Hazeldine ave nue. Carey, Mrs. A. A. (widow), res. 414 south Edith street. Carmljninl, Alberto, helper. round house; res. 10U7 south Second street. Carnahai Mrs. Mary, rt-tl 100 cas Lead avcriUO. Carnahan, Walter J bookkeeper, res. iuu east Lead avenue. Carnes, Chester Hays, optician, 114 west Railroad avenue; res. 114 south Edith street. Carney, Wm. H., mgr. R. G. Dun & Co., 41 Barnett bldg.; res. 113 norm KUitn street. Cams, Dr. Daniel H., physician and surgeon, rooms 14-15 Grant bldg.; res. bin west tjoiu avenue. Carr, Clark M.. res 600 north Fourth street. Carrlllo, Carpio, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 433 west Pacific ave nue, Carrlllo, Ignacio, employe Albuquer que foundry, res. 911 Barelas road. Carrlllo, Martin, blacksmith Albu querque foundry, res. 911 Barelas road. Carrlos. Simon, employe American Lumber Co., res. 1307 west Mar ble avenue. Carroll. Miss Minnie, housekeeper, res. 222 north Third street. Carpenter, Miss Josephine J., res. 721 east Gold avenue. Carson, Isaac, employe American l.umner Co., res. Haw Mill road. Carson, Lawrence, teamster, res 1209 south Edith street. Carson, Louis E., barber, 218 south second street; res. 625 soutn Wal ter street. Carter. Charley, teamster Harm's coal yard. res. 310 Mountain road. Carter. C. R employe London Club livery, res. same. Carter. Edith, res. 313 south Arno street. Carter, Harold S., clerk Jaffa gro eery, reB. 918 south Arno street. Carter, I., employe American Lum ber Co., res. 1033 north Eighth street Carter, Mrs. Minnie, res. Highland rooming house. Carter, Mrs. It. B., res. 31 J, south Arno street. Carter, It. L., bartender, res. Rail road avenue. Carter, 8. A., employe American Lumber Co., res. 1033 north Eighth street Cervantes, B., employe American Lumber Co., res. Los Duranes. Cervantes, J., employe American lumDer Co.. res. Los Duranes. C'asa de Oro (Mrs. N. & Beswtck, prop.), boarding 613 west Gold ave nue. Case, James, employe American Lum ber Co., res. 606 north Twelfth street. Case, Wm. B., butcher Cuy Meat market, res. 01a Town. Cash Buyers' Union (Wm. Dolde, prop), 122 north Second street. Casley, Bert M., Insurance agent, res. Zl south Broadway. Casmass, Joseph, barber, 203 east iiauroau avenue; res. 301 north Broadway, Castillo, Adela, laundry woman, res. 919 south Second street Castillo, Clsto. res. 1208 East street. Castillo, John, painter, res. 113 east iron avenue. 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