THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1919.
Shanghai, Feb. 4. American motor
ear builders and American manufac
turers of road making- machinery may
well pool their interests In China.
There's a rich field for both here
and the development for each depends
on the activity of the other.
Automobiles follow rfood roads, and
good roads create a demand for auto
mobiles. China is shoy on both.
Tekin has atoout 150 miles of street
that is fit to drive over. There are
short stretches out through the re
public. Shanghai, with its foreign popula
tion of 20,000, has more automobiles
than all the rest of China. There are
12000 cars in use and two or three
hundred more in storage.
TO MAKE SPEECH
City Attorney J. B. Jones will make ;
a speech of presentation at the dedi- J
cation of the Knights of Columbus hut j
at the Xaval Air Station tonight. Cap- I
tain F. M. Bennett of the station is
expected to make the response, ac
cepting the hut for the use of the
naval men. Rov. Fr. McDermott will ,
dedicate the building by a prayer. '
The program will be short and ra- J
ther informal and member sof the K.
of C. and their friends and any who
wish to attend the exercise:' arc in
vited to be present by Secretary Duess, !
of the K. of C, who is stationed at l
the navy yard. The party is expected I
to leave this city on the Bay Shore
car, departing at Main and Palafox ,
streets at 6:45 o'clock tonight.
MAIL SERVICE UNDER
HUN WAS VERY POOR
(X. E. -A. Special.)
Paris, Feb. 5. A letter posted at
Gerpinnes in Belgium on August 17,
1914, by a Belgian soldier and address
ed to his parents in Paris has- just
been delivered. Shortly after the let
ter had been put in . the box the vil
lage was occupied by the Germans.
During four years the letter remained
in the box which the Germans did not
take the trouble to open. When the
village was again freed and postal
communications resumed, the box was
opened and the letter found. It ar
rived in Paris on December 28.
9,000,000 PEACE GALLONS
Tokio, Feb. 5. Something of a cele-
bration is coming to England and Am- ,
erica if orders placed in Tokio are an
indication: Paper balloon makers
have been asked to make 9,000,000 bal
loons for shipment to these two coun
tries. It is expected they will go up
when the final ratification of peace
MAIL FOR BULGARIA?
Paris, Feb. 5. French postal author
ities announce mail routes are open to
Are You Suffering
With a Hacking Cough?
Thousands of people who fel that
they have no real cold, but who are
continually experiencing a "Hacking
Cough," believe that cough drops and
sprays will cure them. Xo greater
mistake can be made. The cough onlv
trows worse instead of getting better,
for the sprays and cough drops only
.relieve temporarily, and the cold must
be gotten out of tho system before
any permanent relief can be had.
Cure your cold by opening the
bowels and. eliminating the mucous
and phlegm by the rierht method. La
marine 'Wafers. "The Ideal Laxative,"
ct quickly and with a peculiar toning
Influence without the slightest griping
or sickening, and you are not weaken
ed as is the case after taking most
As the very important thing is for
rott to elimir-f'.? cold and get at the
seat of you- eough, and as it is es
sential that i.'.i do not weaken your
self, two 1 .a 'narine Wafers each night
for three nights are just what you
need. Lamarine Wafers are eaten like
randy rather than taken like pills or I
nauseating tablets, and after glvm?
them a trial you will never again purge
ind sicken yourself with drastic harm
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
marine Waferr today Rsmember
there is nothing else like them. Do not
accept anything else. They are guar
anteed. Price SOc.
For free sample package address
Desk SI. lamarine Laboratory, Atlan
ta. Ca- adv.
For Ladies and Gents.
"We Serve Quicker."
22 S. Palafox Street.
Sanitary and Satisfactory
GOODYBAR SHOE SHOP
111 North Palafox. Phone 416
We Use the Goodyear
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AT THE PASTI
This is What You Will See in "Italy's i better liked if she didn't pencil her
Flaming Front." j eyelashes so heavily. Mr. D. Rose was,
Mountain fishing: Bombarding the ; of course, well liked for his singing
enemy's trenches with big guns in , an1 especially for his very clever danc
preparation for infantry charge; men ! inS- Mr- Snyder took off the black
in trenches bullets
on sandbags overhead,
! they go over the top. advancing in
i sprints, taking advantage of every
j cover the final rush, hand-to-hand
j bayonet fighting, victory! ; bringing
j back hordes of prisoners.
' Italian "75" hit by Austrian shell
j smithereens! Italian artillery's hot re
' ply you never saw slch "Prettier
i work. Close-ups of dozens of different j
! types of big guns from 40 centimeter I
. ta trench "bombards" in action. Pan-
! orama of enemy's trenches and works
under fire. These pictures taken from
j one side of a mountain valley give a
I wonderfully graphic picture of a
j First complete air fight ever pho- I
! tographed. Austrian bombing plane
attacks fleet; six Italian sea planes
j give chase (two carrying enlisted
! cameramen): Austria ndrops bomb at
i fleet, the explosion hurls huge pillars
of water and snrav skvward- a suh. t
marine chaser hit, you see the explos-
iun ana xne cran capsize irom quar
ter mile distance; Italian planes close
in; Austrian in desperation does tail
dive to sea and saves his life but is
captured by Italian torpedo boat.
Italian monitors and floating gun
carriages each mounting one gun in
In general: Fighting on the moun
tain renU nHrwo tV MaiiI.. o e j
men, on skis, the wonderful aerial cable I
communications; unbelieveable feats
of patience and hardihood of bridg
ing mountain torrets and were drag
ing great guns by hand to lofty posi
tions where tractors, even mules, are
unable to go.
The eyes o fthe night, searchlights
make artillery posible. Shrapnel and
barbed wire in action.
And many graphic pictures not listed
here because of lack of space.
It shows at the Isis today for the
At this cozy little house LeRoy Os
borne's Hoity Toity Girls were billed
to play "Two Americans Abroad," but
the bill was changed at the last mo
ment to "Wireless Telephonry," a mu
sical absurdity. There are several
very pretty singing numbers. Miss
vioia i-epper. tne iilue Girl, scored a j
Knock-out. .Miss Jimmie Peterson was
warmly applauded in her numbers, as
were Miss Pert ha Vaughan and her
I pick-out number, with the assistance
j of the capable chorus. We would kin.l-
ly suggest to Miss Vaughan that she
wouiu improve her appearance and be
W. S. S. HOLDERS
TO RETAIN STAMPS
The local postoffice is being swamp
ed with requests to Fostmaster Han
cock to cash War Savings Stamps.
Apparently a similar drive is on in
many other parts of the country, where
rumors have been circulated that the
stamps were losing value. In an ap
peal to the public. Assistant Post
master General Dockery urges people
to hold their stamps.
"We can't refuse to cash stamps,
with acrued interest, on 10 days' no
tice, for those who need the money,"
said Mr. Hancock last night. "How
ever, the postoffice department's ap
peal t-hows that persistent cashing of
W. S. S. is hampering the government
for finances, incidental to the demob.
I ilization of the troops. For this rea
son, buyers are urged to hold the
stamps, which cannot reduce in value."
said Mr. Hancock.
That Terrible Headache.
Do you have periodical attacks of
headache accompanied by sickness of
(the stomach or vomiting, a sallow skin
and dull eyes? If so. you can get quick
relief by taking Chamberlain's Tablets
is if t
as directed for biliousness, and
may be able to avoid these attack
you observe the directions with each
CENT DIVVY I
(X. K. A. Special
F.erlin. Feb. 5. Dividends
Is are better
idend of 23
than a reserve fund in these
face very nicely. They will repeat to
day and tonight, changing " Friday
matinee to a rip-roaring farce comedy,
entitled. "Jesse James."
It is. Indeed, a very pretty picture
that is presented when the curtain
rises on LeRoy Osborne's Dancing
Chicklets and the Great Western Four.
combined in "Mixed
Mlss Ruth Gibbs as
lessers. Barnes and
Haverly as end
men. Mr. J. Wilbur Davis, who has
a very good basso profundo voice and
whose songs are so well liked, led off;
then Miss Gibbs, in her Bluest Blue
song, which was warmly applauded;
next- the Clreat Western Four (cow-
Doy Quartette) or course was good.
ihese singers have the happy nack of
being able to perfectly harmonize their
voices, with very pleasing results. Mr.
Mack Walsh, in his song, "Sugar," was
well received as was Mr. Xed
in his songs and danced, es
pecially his eccentric dance. Tho
Revere Trio, composed of Miss Gibbs
and Messrs. P. Orth and J. Wilbur
Davis, must not be forgotten; then
there is the little playlet, played so
well by Mr. J. Wilbur Davis and Miss
Gibbs entitled, "There are Many Single
Married Men In Pensacoia." Devaux
and Dell and Joe in their sineine and
speciality ventriloquist act continue to
Please as heir af.1 is out of ,tho or
rlinnrir Tbev wilt rnnn-i t tni i - A I
tonight, changing Friday matinee to a
rollicking farce comedy, entitled,
"Lucy's Ma," with Miss Gibbs in a
Xed Ferguson (Tom Mix), knokn as
a "two gun man," gets a job on a
ranch to rid the place of rustlers. Ho
meets Mary Radford (Jane Novak),
a Boston girl, who is living in a shack
getting "atmosphere" for a book. She
has found a man who is to be her vil
lian, and she is looking for a hero.
when. Xed appears. The man she has
picked out for a villian, acts his part
well. He is the chief rustler, although
he is working for Ned's boss. This
man not only rustles cattle, but he
attempts to rustle the love of this girl
away from Ned. He even shoots the
girl's brother to hurt Ned with Mary.
in a smashing dare-devil way
overcomes all obstacles, including steep
mountains and broad lakes. He saves
Mary from being trampled by a stamp
eded herd. Mary calls him a coward,
but .die learns her error soon after
and he becomes not only her hero of
her book, but the hero of her life.
NEW YORK COTTON.
XewT York, Feb. 5. Cotton futures
opened barely steady. March. T3.33;
i May, 21-.05; July. 21.20: October. 10.90:
j December, 1970.
The cotton market opened steady at
! a decline of 25 po;nts to an advance
of 10 points with old crop positions
lower under overnight selling orders.
Xew Orleans was an active seller here,
particularly of May, but otherwise
there did not appear to be much pres
sure for southern sources and the mar
ket soon firmed up on covering while
there also appeared to be a moderate
trade demand. March rallied from
23.30 to 23.47; May from 21. 9S to 22.32.
and July from 21. '20 to 21.53, or about
4 to 16 points net higher.
The markets closed: March,
May, 22.02; July, 2120; October.
Liverpool. Feb. 5. Cotton spot
easier. Good middling. IS. 02; middling.
17.39: low middling. 16.34: good or
dinary. 14. S2: ordinary, 14.29. iSales,
1.000 bales, including S00 American.
Receipts. 7.000 bales, including 4.300
American. Futures closed steady.
16.77; March, lo.45: May,
July. 12.64: September. 12.10.
There ts no "cure
but relief Is often
v'Your Boclvd-ai-y Sjj
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ket was XI)
Feb. 5. The spirit
at 69 1-4 with no
Today .' so 132
This month 2 0 :. II
This season 2S,n4 55.'i
This month 168 "S7
This season 30,933 Sl.aO
Today 3S.960 44. 70S
April 1st . . 41,337 24.12S
The rosin market was XD with no
Rc.ipt.f Barrels Last
Today 127 .".41
This month 1,677 11
This season 93,814 1S4.;,S3
Today 100 1.001
This month 100 4. '.13
This Season 119,120 1SS.S"4S
Today 48,044 S9.n2S
April 1st 73,350 23.793
Quotations were as follows :
X. WW 16.75
K, I 13.65
O 13.11 1-4
F. E 13.00
B 12.91 1-4
Savannah, 'Feb. 5. The spirit
ket was firm at 66 1-2 with no
This season 44.045
This season 2S.297
rosin market was XD
This season 171. 493
Today . 500
Thir! season ..194.873
j Stocks, Barrels.
I April 1st
Quotations were ns follows:
NT . .
M . .
H . .
Jacksonville, Feb. f The spirit mar
ket was quiet at 63 1-2 with no sales.
Take a few doses of Ciamhprlain s
, Tablets as d'rected for indigestion.
and you will soon forget about your
stomach troubles. Try it. adv.
Receipts, Casks Fast
Today ic -J09
This season 72.300 12t.9.G little of the soun and then ,-r,oke,l I 'illinu the bowl to the brim The con-
Today i41.. ion
iT-u; . . . .- , - . .-. - - , .
Btocki, Casks. I tureen in which has 1 n placed a
Today . . . . r.n.Oft . fi-LR?-? hard-boiled egg finely chopped, slices
Anril 1st - H7 M 1 ,11 ; nf lr.in.in iii.i se.m.. n- ,.i,,.,....a
i ' - - - ' " ........ . I. w,, ,,'-!
j The rosin market v?s XD with no ' parlev.
! sales- ! rtalfe Mo-.,t ":..
I Receipts, Barrels Fast The following rule for making calf's I . I
J Year ! head soup is an old recipe that is h'gh- j Amsterdam. Feb. 4. iSociet ies : a j
i TrtllaV - -. 1 O'l 1 , l,.-i-ii.l .... tl-. . .... If - !. ,1 O 1. , "-e.. 1 to. ! .... .-" f l.ei.i.T lei, wli.il
i ' -- - . oo ' houi-ht .id
Ihis season 27:l.S.".l 42I.236 I tta- skm still or,. and remove- the: over to t h- .allies nm. being rg:uM A'd all to ta.
Skilim.n'a R.rrala .' t riilis After- v-lk'lin.' .,. in I ,', I : ,,. ),., , . ! L. )rX of K'.l
This season C.::..St 401..';2O '. el water tor an hour, bod inu'i.N in i the second son of the former emperor rronbl
i Stocks, Barrels. : a -alloti of wat.-r. about Three h.ei'-s, I -s said to have written a b-Tter to ("lo.y
' Til Q r 1 " ,a " n 1 - " e - ' o ' ; ; Tt f - 1 e?-i . 1 . t- . C. t . . . . e , O ? 1-. i , . , t .. ? . . . .1 .1 ; . i w . . 11... i f'-rtTS
' I..- ;, ., tea. " ,nuri( FtlfT io'nt
April 1st 17.S.2:P 17, i i! ris.-s to tb... top. The- h.-ad .. -aid ; -..-ertuu. n: a--'-t ia the j.'-tjh ' i,!:idlr ail .i-r.ts.
Quotations were as ronows: j ,h " ! " r. moved and en int.. nuall j
Close pieces '.vl-.i 11 almost cold. The tongue j -" - - ' "-
X WW 1fi land brains are th..-n added. A i. ..o.-t.-n. . rn
WG 1R.15 j "! "'''' ar"1 about a t-j rul of the ro.md i M
X 15.Sr ! ot" '-.a f toueth.-- .. nil the ..imtihir.-s ' M
IJl 15 35 : and b(.nes. are p. t add--.' in the la.aid H
I1 13-15 In : : . l. n B
;H 12.95 I E
jr; 12 90 I SAYS IT 15 THE BEST IN THE WORLD .
11- 12. S 5 ! 'r'Vor' ij nri.-i rf'r, iv t lip a : ncr. --f- n 1
iF! -. . 12.75 Vr:w fep.--!d iu :: " .r 'relief from rnitihs 3
' j -jo o that l-at-i? en" af-.-r th.- Krip. FoleVs i
U 12.70 . soothe raw. ir.f.am.-..l rre.nbrar.es rfad i H
banishes :rrita:on a nd tickling- in the-"
S Take a few noses of Ciamhorla in s '-.mi r.-.'.-v-s in..-..- -,,-a fj " : fr.
2 I O Soutli Palafox
Short Orders, Meats, Pies, Cakes Sandwiches, Best Coffee Made
the Kind You Found in the North and East. All Kinds of Delicacies.
Prices Right. Come in.
! tnff l Tiiif
To always serve a
wholesome meal btvnni
a problem for the houst
reliable recipes are alwr
Xo better authority "n
' ok i r. l;
P n d
be found h
in the old fashie:
"niammy," Pet we
"del iea t osst n" ni
ra ' s
is a vast amount
In speaking of
No one has ever understood '
tallty better than the woman c
South, who has made it a ma!
religion. The Southerner. a
means, not merely four walls .
roof where one may invite one's f
coming .living thing whr : bor
on state occasions, but a wide
loves may come at;. ta. a- will
trouble is too great, no j i. j.a
too elaborate, provided it hrmgs
fort and pleasure to the guests.
a t ion
tho southern women whose h'
ty brought fame to their seer inn
country, bad a bevy of servants at
their beck and caTl, and little of the
actual physical work ever fell to their
lot, but there was no detail which they
did not oversee, no servant whose
work they did not thoroughly under
stand and supervise. The, idea of the
indolent, lazy, southern mistress who
cared little or nothing about the way
her home was run and who left every
thing to ihe mercy of extravacrant
shiftless servants is an entirely er
roneous one. Always, however, she.
was too much of a gentlewoman to
permit the cares and anxieties of b-'r
hoiiselieepmy "to intrude on th- com
fort of her guests.
To tho southern mistress-, the com
fort and happiness of the family and
guests wer primary considerations.
Naturally, her first care was her
kitchen, and in the wise selection of
hex cook the southern woman has nev
er been equalled in this country. The
mammy or aunties who presided over
these fountain heads of hospitality
were generally to the manner born, be
tumbied about among the pots and
ing themselves the daughters or grand
kettles as funny black babies. Thoy
daughters of former cooks and having
had run eerands, helped with the peel
ing of vege fides and the shelling of
peas, and had been rewarded with
ginger-bread cookies and the scrap-
ir.gs of the chocolate pan. As they
quired all the secrets of successful
cooking secrets and arts which the
southern darky cook will never fuliy
disclose if she can help it.
Following are some of the recipes
of a few of those delicious southern
The secret of making successfully
lies in using sullicieni acid to modify
the "fishy" taste. This is supplied by
a lemon, cut into slices, and a can of
tomatoes o- two ripe tomatoes that
are added to the. meat of a small tur
tle cut into pieces, or about a pound
of turtle meat, while it boils in a huge
pot of water. A potato, an onion,
some bay leaves, and some parsley are
also added, and these are boiled to
gether for three hours. Th" mixture
is then thickened with three table
spoonfuls of browned flour which has
been mixed with melted butter and a
little of the soup, and then cooked
again for two hours. When it is read v.
it is seasonal with Worcestershire
:. i i t . a i t ime .inn a now mi? u in soan m y.eirung or sna trtitK. i-.itei i re..-r cis i . . T
i rirnsi a m. ai. :.. ... i-:a .a. hai :- . rf
I Pest na"-.:-, :ee a, t is wori ". I have tS
I had a se ere ecu mi ar,d before ! used j Q
' half n bottle I was bett r." ever-. - '
' wheve. WJ'.sw
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
: n i!-:i.!::r. when the fat
removed. Tr.ree large
ami Kh; sprays of green sage
m1 in half a pound of ires;;
; fter which !n!!' .: pound of
mixed in bv
t h e
.. added for
.. has s: ni
poured o ''
11 of .s.itl
. -udf r.
! : - : i: ? s t i ) a
; e 1
-IT 1 1 .
and ligb' as wafers. Mie
i South have never been
ich or.e bad her own d's
f making them- 11. re is
7 met ma
:i reripe for nia!
east. Half a y
in a little warm
iisg jiiv i. n-ms wit ti
ast eaivT ts iisol ed
water iind added to a
with a quarter of a pound
of butter cut ut and melted in a litt'e
warm milk, a pound of Hour, half t'a
rpo"nful of sab and two eggs well
beaten. When voadv. the dough is
poured info a buttered mould and set
near the tire to rise. When ;t is hj-tht
and has risen to the top of 4 he mould,
it is baked in a moderate oven.
From South Carolina comes n recipe
for hot pone made with a quart of
grated sweet potatoes to which are
added a pint of molasses, ten ounces
of brown sugar, three quarters of a
pound of butter. three eggs beaten
light, ginger to taste, a little salt, an
even teaspoonful of soda, and water
enough to make a soft batter. This is
baked about three-quarters
in a slow ovt-n in pans ,
of an hour
o.out tht ee
Every girl brought, up in the south
ern Mississippi valley knows how to j
make pralines, although these delight- i
ful crumbly sweets seem practically j
unknown beyond that section. Tho sc-
cret of making them is very simple, i
Four cups of sugar and a cup of water t
are boiled until the syrup spins a fair- !
ly thick thread. It is then poured !
i. oiling hot over a platter or flat but
tered dish of chopped pecans an-
stirred until cool. Sometimes a drop
of vanilla is added to the syrup, but
this is not necessary. At Christmas
time, Valentine's Day. and other holi
days, these confections are tie-.! up in
gay little packages of crept, pup'-r
and hung on the door-knobs, in tin
manner of the old - fashioned May
New Orleans Coffee Brule.
One of the pr'tty customs of that
Quaint old city of the south. X.-w
Orleans, is the serving of Coffee Itruie,
u delightful concoct ion of coffee, spic.-.s.
i and fine old brandy. This is usuallv
prepared by the hostess herself. Into
a wide-mouthed silver bowl she places
a lump of sugar for eacli person to be
served, a tablespoon ful of .loves, lh.
stalks of cinnamon bark, broken up.
and the p. el of a mandarin orange,
hn.-ly minced. Over tins she pours a
small fla.k of the very best brandy,
lights it. and lets it burn, stirring occa
sionally. When the (lame itas burned
out she pours in the coffee, which is
brought to lea- in a huge silver urn,
tilling the bowl to the brim. The con
coction is sta re, 1 ; ho, (uiglily and ladled
out into aftcr-du.ii. r i ups.
SAVE THE KAISER
NAME OF CLUBS TO
boiled in a covered pot
-. Tlii.- Mixture is then
nv another vi'ssp! and
I I .. .. . 1
Our place of business has now opene(
for business after being1 closed several day
on account of sickness.
J. E. DUBUISSON & BRO.
If C ross. Hilious. Sick. Fevcris
or Full of Cold. Take
"California Syrup of Firs" Can
Harm Tender Stomach,
Liver. How els.
love this "t'ra
th. ten del
-'d simply will not stop playing
:- bowels, and the tesult is.
become tightly clogged with
. cr geta sluggish stern ic'i
i h. n your Utile one be -ernes
half sick, feverish, don't e.vt.
or act nat nrally, breath Is bad.
tern full of cold, his sor throat.
: or . 1 : rr b.oea .
if ; o ti g I e ; s .-(,..
oonful of "Cahfe
' and in a few 1
.ed waste, soar
1 . sten.
". ours a!!
g i e a
r : : of
u nd igest ed
food pass's out of the syn-
tern, and yo
i a well, playful e! '
S nip of
f !ia rmless ;
fails to a
i ::e it Is pertY
ow it. and it n
- ' e ni lea. uver
Ask your dr.igg.s-. for a bott'f
j "California S rup of Figs.'' which
! full directions for ba'oies, children
jail ages and for grown-ups p:l
conn ferfei i s
1 hv-. O"
w i : h
'Coin-died for the Journal
Weather TUireau Office.
Pensacoia. Fla.. Feb. 6. 1!1!.
Sunrise. fi:3t'.; sunset. 5:30. Moot
i rise, pi; tit', a. m.: moonset, 1154 p. 1
X":t phase r.f the moon. 1st quarto
: 7t'o. High tide, 2 -' p. m.; low tid(
' 1 2 : 1 ti a . in.
YESTERDAY S WEATHER.
Temperature 7 a. m..
-is; highest, 55: l.nvrsi. -IS; mean, 52
normal. 5 4. Mean same datt
4S. Ac.umulat.d deficiency
to date, r,.-,. Highest
Februar, . Ts degrees:
of record for
..west of record
for Fohr'i:: ry. 7 degrei s
RainfaM l.'.-r "4 hours ending 7 p.
m . .15. Total for this month to 7 p
m. .M. Normal for February. 4.4
;ii( In s. Accumulated excess this year
to date. 1 '.if'.
H umid ity 7
) .n.. -S7.
FRENCH MARK SPOTS
(K. F. A. Special )
Paris. Feb. 5 In order that t-eo-ple
of, Paris may never forget H;iv
ajje arial attacks ani lor.g-d.nee
bombardments of thte French Pal.
metal plates are to be placed wlver
da ma ire was done, giving the l:i(.nd
the number of persons kill or
..! r. 1 . T. Trvr
Franklin Ave .
ft . write- : "Ntti" ve.ars nun
much affitcfe,' -with Kidney
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Kidnev P'Mb to any kblnvf.
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has just distributed a div
per cent among its stockholders
NEW FRICES 30c. 0c, $1.20
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