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PINCUOTS S DISMISSAL DISMISSALMEETS DISMISSALMEETS DISMISSALMEETS
MEETS WITH APPROVAL APPROVALWASHINGTON APPROVALWASHINGTON APPROVALWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON PAPERS AND ANDPROMINENT ANDPROMINENT ANDPROMINENT
PROMINENT POLITICIANS DE DECLARE DECLARE DECLARE
CLARE NO OTHER COURSE COURSELEFT COURSELEFT COURSELEFT
LEFT FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTWASHINGTON PRESIDENT1ASHINGTON PRESIDENTWASHINGTON
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littaal 1 > sentiment seems to approve approvePresident approePrNldeBlt approvePrealdeat
President Tafts action td n yesterday in indtewterfng iusIdilt inChIe
dtewterfng sIdilt Chief Cl ef Forester re8ter Pinchot PinchotLoosi PinchotLocal
Local newspapers and prominent pol politician polfitcians ¬
itician declare that no other course coursewas coursei i
was left the President after Pinchofs Pinchofslatter Ptnchotsletter
latter to Senator or Dolliver which was wasread wasrend as asr
read r 1m t the UteSeaate UteSeaateaeltOri Senate SenateReports SenateReports
Reports Croon various noua parts of the theoowatry theooeatry theoos
oowatry oos try differ mIerttaoP tbovgh the majority majorityrove inajorityapprove jodty jodtypro
approve pro e the dismissal of c AsociateFo Associate AssociateForester S80Ciateer
Fo Forester tsterr er Price and Law Officer Shaw ShawAt Sba ShawAt r rAt
At the same time it means that the theinvestigation the1IMtiption theinrastigation
investigation into the forest service senicewill servicewill enicewm
will lx rather perfunctoryAlbert perfunctory perfunctoryAlbert pertuDCtoryAJIbert
Albert Potter now DO in Utah U sth represtersUalg repretJactbe repre representiag
sentiag tJactbe the forest service has au been beenrecalled beenIrec beenreotlied
recalled Irec lJettJo to Wasniagtoa to take e temIJ tem temporair tempatxz
porair IJ charge dlaraeIHSURGmTS chargeISUR6EITS
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SAY YESTERlDAVS YSAICTIO ACTION H IS ISIDCIFHNUTE ISIDtEIFIIIPUil1E ISDEIFIIINIiTE
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la Congress are today enthusiastic enthusiasticover k kover
over the defeat of Speaker Cannonytdrterday Cannon Cannonyesterday CannouwIaeD
yesterday when the resolution was waspassed wasIed waspassed
passed Ied which deprived him of the theright th tht <
right t to name e the committee to in investigate ¬ j
vestigate the Department of Interior InteriorThey Interiorlfhey 1 1TItey
They declare it is the first fir definite tclefilliteAQOt definiteproof definiteN
proof N + oof of 0 Cannons Gant ns approaching downfall down downfall downfail ¬
fall and they tIIe promise plOII Belartber further evi evidvrfcaa
4 IeMe dvrfcaa f the pre present eat session session1ROO9EVEILT seatonIROOOEVlEfL sessionROOSEVELT
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WHITE RHINOCEROUS RHINOCEROUSBUTIABA RHIINOOEROUSaUTIABA RHINOCEROUSBLTTE
BLTTE BUTIABA ABA East Africa AtrIealan Jan S 8Thp 8ThpRooet Tho ThoRooserett i iRoosevelt
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Roosevelt Rooet ek party t left today for Koba Iobaafter Kobaafter Kobaafter I
after three day S hunting < < near here hereColonel hereCodorel 1 1CoIoDel
Colonel Roosevelt velt has failed to shoot shoota
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ka The party is in good healthPICIIOT health healthIT 1teaJthPINCnOT
PINCnOT IT HAS NOTHING TO TOSAY TOSAY TOABOUT
SAY ABOUT DISMISSAL DISMISSALAiDVUSES
ADVISES OFFICERS OF THE DE DEPAiRTWENT DEPAiRTMENT DEPA
PAiRTWENT PA RTME NT TO rOI + STICKWASHINGTON STICK STIICJKASHINGTON STICKWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Jan 8 C I hare hveothinc hareaothirg 0 0raot
othinc raot I II < < to say yet is the only state stateneat statemeet
neat of Gifford Pinchot today regard regarding regardlug ¬
lug laic hi madden dismissal from office officeWhen officelie officeWhen
When he arrived at the office this thismorning thismorning I IlDOIDiq I
morning he found many employees ot otthe cffordt etthe
the forest service waiting idog to shake shakehis shakehis bak bakI
his I a hand Stick was as his terse ad advice adke adtice
vice ke to several officers offi n of the ser service eertire er ereQNHIMCI ¬
vice who expressed regret at his re removal remo rremotcal ¬
moval movalIt mo
It is ROW co suggested that Pinchot PinchotviU PiDebotift
t viU ift practically be prosecuting PNk lDg offi officer offioe 1 1m ¬
cer om the OoBciessftonal ittvestiga ittvestiga1km iove tiga tigatiou
1km U of the Interior department for forhis for1Us forhis
his o own r advantage advantageAWTLERIBO advantageIb4AYTOHAS D e eII
II Ib4AYTOHAS > > S AWTLERIBO AHTLE RIED MEBfD MEBfDHOUD HIERIDHOLD H1ElRfDfHOLJD
HOLD IWTERiESTIIfG 1 ER1EST1HG MiEETllfQLast MiEETllfQ MIEIETIHGLust
Last lAKeeIIlD evening < < the local Elks were wereumiiLi werer ere
r umiiLi + J tN op apatelPat at eight oclock to do hone hon honor ¬
or 4o It District Deputy Grand ExaltedRmier Exalted ExaltedHoler ExaJtedaIer
Holer If B Thornton of Lake City Citywho CttyaUetM Citywho
who attended a special ial meeting held heldin
in his honor After a few fe remarks remarksfront reanarbrr remarksfrom
front rr Mr Thornton pertaining to Iodg lodgaffairs IodgatraIn Iodgaffairs
affairs refreshments lettiMh Dt were ere served r in inhe indM inthe
he banquet uet hall after which the en entire enbody entire ¬
tire body visited vitril ed the Crystal Theatre Theatreat
at the invitation of Messrs Young YoungTitus Y GIlDS a aI1t dtTiros
Titus I1t and witnessed be the excellent excellentat a ceUentpafarmaaee
pafarmaaee fat at that popular popularMr resort resortMr resortMr
Mr Thornton TII rat Ia continued I1ti1a sooth on his hisfeonr hisof hisIOrrr
feonr of the But Coast C ast this morning morningSATOIULI mon morningCMtfDIIHiAL Dg DgICAIBOINAiL
ICAIBOINAiL SATD SATOIULI SATOIULIIDfEiD Sir TOULIIIEID + LLI LLIDWED
IDfEiD IIEID THIS MORWIHG MORWIHGROME MOfRMIHGROE MORfdINGROME
ROME Jan 8 Cardinal Satolli SatoDiat Satollidied Satollidied
died at fonr ° oclock this monitor morniacr
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T E Fitzgerald E F Gates GatesFITZGERALD Ont OntFITZGERALD OatesFITZGERALD
FITZGERALD OATES GATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys OATESAttorneys
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law LawSpecial LawSptClul LawSpecial
Special Facilities for Examining Examiningand
and Perfecting Land Titles TitlesOffice TItlesOfi1c TitlesOffice
Office In Conrad Building Phone 128 I
The Reasons Why You Should Trade with the GruberMorris GruberMorrisHardware GruberMorrisHardware GruberMorrisHardware
Hardware Co n that helped win the Little Buck Range Range1B Range1Because
1 1B 1Because Because cau5e you always ways get the best goods as the lowest prices prices2B
2 2B Because callse we take it for granted we are dealing with an honest firm firm3Because firm3Because
3 3Because Because their goods are always of best quality and reasonable prices prices4Goods prices4Goods
4 4Goods Goods bought from GruberMorris never have to be returned as they always alwaysplease alwaysplease alwaysplease
please please5Every pleaseSEverybody
5 Everybody 5Every ody buying goods oods from GruberMorris in their Ijne will always a ways find their theirgoods theiroods theirgoods
goods oods as recommended and as cheap as any store in town in their line Busi Business Business Business ¬
ness services are rendered you by kind and obliging obli ing salesmen salesmenGruberMorris salesmenGrube salesmenrubes
GruberMorris Grube rubes Mo orris ris Hardware Company CompanyTHE CompanyTHE CompanyTHE
THE WORLDS LARGEST VESSEL VESSELTHE VESSELTHE ESSEIJTHE
THE TITANIC NOW NO BEING BUILT
Here la an architectural picture of the steamship Titanic which Is being beingbuilt beingbunt beingbuilt
built for the White Star line at Belfast also a view of the giant steel cradle cradleiu
iu which the ship Is being constructed The keel of the steamship Is seen in inthe inthe inthe
the lower photograph The White Star company Is to have two of these theselaviathans theselebtthans theseleviathans
leviathans and they will be In commission early in 1911 Their launching launchingwill
will UI signalize a most important era in marine achievement for they will be bobyc beby beby
byc byctil by all odds the largest vessels in the world The Titanic and Olympic will willench wUlh willeach
each h be SCO feet f t in length 92 feet beam 45000 tons register and GOOOO tons tonsdisplacement tonsdl tonsdlstixccnwnt
displacement dl Ilem nt These enormous dimensions are best expressed In comparl comparlS
30115 S The Washington Va hlngton monument is r x55 > 55 5 feet high and the Metropolitan tower towerlit
lit New Xt York rliy r f ity rises TOO feet Tbe combined tonnage tonnn e of tbe Olympic Olympicand OIrJ11pllukl <
and Tlrxink k far fn r exceeds the tonnage ton n e of all It II the vrbs vessels tssl els ls engaged pn n ngld tM1 on both bothskies bothkles bothskies
skies In the hlsi hI Irlt + rl < conflict of the Spanish armada HfuJ dn Hud nd It Is even more In Interesting Inttresrln inttirestinx ¬
teresting to know ihir t t the Santa Maria was only em I rIt ii 0 feet fi Plat i t Ions IOll a and d 233 tons tonsvet tonhtnhn tonelnirien
htnhn t vet tat nn thl visw yf f 4r1 1 Columbus Journeyed TO th thp < new UP world
M IMS t Kill VjILSOUTH BE USED OH OHPOLAR I ISUTft I
SOUTH POLAR EXPEDITION mmSO
SO IT WAS ANNOUNCED IN LON LONDON LONDON LONDON
DON TODAY TODAYDOGS DOGS AND PONIES PONIESFOR PONIESFOR PONIESFOR
FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY ONLYLONDON ONLYLONDOX ONLYLODO
LONDON Jan S 8The The success success su < cess of oftbe ofthe If Ifthe
the experiments ex riDlents conducted under und > r the thedirection thedtreetioD thedirection
direction of Captain Robert Scott Scottwith Scottith Scottwith
with ith motor sledges > S on the snowslopes snow snowslopes snowslopes
slopes of Norway have resulted in inthe inthe inthe
the definite announcement today that thatmotors thatmotors thatmotors
motors will ill be the th pricipal means of oftravel oftravel i itrael
travel on the British South polar ex expedition exedition ¬
edition exsedition to be headed by Scott neat neatyear next nextyear nextyear I
year Dogs and ponies will ill be taken takenfor takt takenfor > n nfor I
for emergency only and may be used usedto
to haul sledges in case of motor motorcident motorcident p pcldent
cident or for food in case < that th thsupples thu tha thasupples > >
supples u give out
FUND POOWDA
A place to see the largest assort assortment a ass 8ort 8ortment rt rtment ¬
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THE GREAT HIGH MS MSGREATEST fl PLYERSGREATEST YfRS YfRSGREAtEST
GREATEST AVIATION EVENT IN INTHE INTHE INTHE
THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD WORLDTO
TO OPE OPEN I MONDAY MONDAYLOS MONDAVLOS
LOS ANGELES CalL ali Ian JanLouis IanLouis IanLouis =
Louis Paulhan the noted French Frenchaviator FrllchHviator Fr neh nehaviator
aviator is bringing four four aeroplanes aeroplaneshere
here today tocla for the mammoth aviationmeet aviation aviationmeet aviationmeet
meet which opens here Monday Over Overtwenty Overtwenty Overtwenty
twenty aviators of international rep reputation reputation reputation ¬
utation are now here Rich prizes prizesare
are ar offered for worlds records The Thecity Theity Thecity
city ity is crowded with visitor j tor and andthe andthe ani anithe
the ru Tntt et t t will lt i f th > I ost < ff f i ikd ttl
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OPTOMETRIST OPTOMETRISTEYES
EYES TESTED TESTEDFRAMES FRAMES FITTED FITTEDEFFORTS FITTEDfffORTS FITTEDEFFORTS
EFFORTS BEING MADE MADETO MADETOPOSTPONE TO TOPOSTPONE TOPOSTPONE
POSTPONE PROSECUTIONS PROSECUTIONSTRIAL
TRIAL OF PATRICK CALOHUN 15SCHEDULED IS ISSCHEDULED ISSCHEDULED
SCHEDULED TO BEGIN NEXT NEX1MONDAY NEXTMONDAY NEXTMONDAY
MONDAY MONDAYSAN MONDAYSAN MONDAYSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Cal Jan S SAlthough SAlthough 8Although
Although the trial of Patrick Calhoun Calhounis
is scheduled to be resumed next Mon Monday lronda Monday
day da doubt exists In the minds 01 01many of ofmany ofmany
many persons as to whether the case caseof caseof caseof
of the millionaire president of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Railways will ever be pushed pushedto
to a definite end Calhoun was one oneof oneof oneof
of a score of wealthy corporation of officials officials officials ¬
ficials indicted as an outcome of the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal upheaval of 1907 when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the administration dominated b bMayor by byMayor byMayor >
Mayor Eugene E Schmitz and Abra Abraham Abrahaln Abraham ¬
ham Ruef was overthrown The Thespecific Pfheecific Thespecific
specific ecific charge made against Calhouit Cal Calhoun Calhoun ¬
houn and other indicted officials of ofhe ofhe ofthe
he United Railways was that they theyhad the thehad theyhad
had paid Ruef Schmitz and the sup supervisors SUIervisors supervisors ¬
ervisors 20000 for their services in insecuring in2eculing insecuring
securing a permit for the company companyto
to substitute the overhead trolley trolleysystem trolleysystem
I Idstem
system for the cable lines partially partiallydestroyed partiallydestroyed i iestroed
destroyed by the earthquake and fire fireof fireof fireof
of April IS 1906 1906The 1906The 1906The
The previous trials of Calhoun end endin endpd ended
pd in disagreements of the jury Dis District District District ¬
trict Attorney Heney who vigorously vigorouslyconducted Yigorouslconducted vigorouslyconducted
conducted the prosecution is no nolonger nolonger
I longer in office and the element that thatj thatwon thatwon
j + won out in the late election el tion is op opi opposed
i posed to the prosecutions General Generalpinion GeneralI GeneralPinion
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I f pinion is that any an individual i effort ic iccontinue lei leicontinue t d
continue the prosecutions if there be beany beI beany
I I any exerted is not likely to be suc sucCHAPTER sucI
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HOLDS ITS ITSAN MEETING MEETINGi
AN ENJOYABLE AND PROFITABLE PROFITABLEAFTERNOON PROFIT PROFITABLEAFTERNOON 8
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AFTERNOON SPENT AT THE THEHOME THEHOME THEHOME
HOME OF MRS CHAS CHASBEACH CHASBEACHAND BEACHAND BEACH BEACHAND
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AND MISS CONGDON CONGDONThe
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The Abigail Bartholomew Chapter ChapterU I ID
U A R met met1ast last Wednesday at the thewinter th thewinter i iwinter l
winter home of Mrs Chas Beach Beachand Beachand Beachand
and Miss Congdon 01 I Halifax aven avenue 1venlet ¬
ue let e Daytona Beach A full attendance attendanceof
of members and a number of visitors visitorswere visitorsV
were V ere present presentThe presentThe presentThe I
The meeting was rolled lIed to t order orderwith orderwith orderwith
with the recent in the chair The Theresponses Tbersponses Theresponses
responses to roll call were current currentevents currentevents currentevents
events pertaining to womans work workThe workThe WorkThe
The civic committee reported in increased Increased increased ¬
creased interest in the work ork it has hasundertaken hasundertaken hasundertaken
undertaken it also made some recom recommendations recrmmendations I
mendations which will receive the theesupport thesupport thesupport
support of the chapter chapterThe I IThe
The regent read the New Years Yearsi Yearsreeting
i t reeting to chapter members from fromthe fromt fromPresidentGeneral
Ithe Ithetiociety the t e PresidentGeneral of the National NationalSotiety
+ Sotiety iOtlt D A R and the State Reg Regout Regtint I
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I out The program opened with a apiano aI
I piano duet by b the Misses Jolley Jollp and andVillaume andViilaunie I II
Villaume Mrs Rowe sang 8an a selec selection seleet ¬ i it
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tion t Ol which received a Ii hearty heart arty enchore eneborPTiti enchoreThis enchortI enchortThb >
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This was the Rosary and she Ohl re responded nI npond res ¬
I sponded s pond d with My 1 Love is i like hk a Red RedKd Hcdi
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Kd R + 1 Ros < > Mrs Harriet > t C iidir iidirvis lrdi l ur uras r rIS
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vis as IS i n c hnri Ii 11 of J i tC < music musicThe Jnu ic ic1he < f fi
i The paper of u tile th afternoon a ertH Wo Womans < O Oi omans ¬
i mans Status Fief Before ore the Law in inFlorida ini inFloridawas
i Florida Floridawas was well and ably abI handled handledby handledIby
Iby by Mrs Irs C II Raynor Rayn r the historian historianof n nI I
I of the chapter chapterThe chapterThe chapterThe
The discussion discu sion led by L Miss Cong Congdon CongdftU
don ri1 n was both interesting and instruc instructive instructive ¬ I II
I tive t i H > The program closed with an aninstrumental anI
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I instrumental duet followed by a apleasant apleasant apleasant
pleasant social hour during which whichrefreshments whichhrefreshments whichI whichrefreshments I
refreshments were ere served by b the thehostesses thehostesses thehostesses
hostesses hostessesThe hostessesThe I
The State conference of D A R RA
A 11 be held in Orlando February 1st 1sti 1 st
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L < i Llid n d There will be a very good goodprogram goodI
I program interspersed with several severalsocial seeralria1 severalsf
social sf ria1 functions given by the Daugh Daughf Daugherlaado
oo I f Orlando OrlandoNEW IrlalldoNEW erlaadoNEW
NEW BASE HALL HALLLEAGUE BA1LI BA1LLEAGUE ALLLEAGUE
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AKEDentist Dentist DentistOffice l lOffice
Office H Hours Hours3O 830 to 430 43OOffice 430Office
Office South Beach Street Oppo Opposite Opposite Opposite ¬
site City HalL HalLGOES HalLREAR HallGOES
REAR REARADMIRALWAS ADMIRAL KI IBALL IBALLfiOES
GOES ON RETIRED LISTWAS LISTREARADMIRALWAS LIST LISTWAS
WAS RECENTLY SENT IN COM COMMAND COMMAN COMf1AN
MAN OF AMERICAN NAVAL NAVALFORCES NAVALFORCES NAVALFORCES
FORCES TO WATCH EVENTS IN INNICARAGUA INNICARoGlIA INNICARAGUA
NICARAGUAWASHINGTON NICARAGUA NICARAGUAWASHINGTON NICARoGlIAV
WASHINGTON V Jan S SRear Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral William Wirt Kimball whowas who whowas ho howas
was recently sent in command of ofthe otI ofthe
the American naval na al force to watchthe watch watchtli6 watohth
I the th progress of events in disturbed disturbedNicaragua disturbedII
Nicaragua goes on the retired list listtomorrow Ji5ttomorrow listtomorrow
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tomorrow by b operation of the tbeI age agelimit g glimit
I limit Few naval officers bareperienced have haveperienced ax axperienced
perienced a more active life both at atsea atsea atsea
sea and on shore than Admiral Kim Kimball llmball Klmball
ball in the forty years in his hi acUTservice acti actira actiraservice s sservice
service serviceBorn serviceBorn serviceBorn
Born in Maine in 1S4S he entered enteredthe
the Naval Academy in 1SS5 and soon soonafter SOllafter soonafter
after receiving his commission as en ansign ensign ensign
sign in 1S70 1 S O he made a specialty of oftorpedo Q Qtorpedo oftorpedo
torpedo boat service In later yenrhe years yearshe nr nrhe
he took up the study of submarines submarinesand
and it is said that no naval officer officerin
in the world odd possesses more expert expertknowledge expertknowledge experttknowledge
knowledge in regard to that type owar o owar J Jwar
war craft craftIn
In his earlier career in the theAdmiral nary aaryAdmiral naryAdmiral
Admiral Kimball had much excitingwork exciting excitingwork excltln excltlnwork
work In the early eighties when tfe tfeUnited t tUnited tkd tkdUnited
United States Government occupied occupiedthe ocettltedtbe
the Isthmus of Panama for a time timahe ti tihe timehe
he fitted up an armored train traintbe trainthe on onthe
the railway and kept the line open openHe opeIIHe openHe
He was in the bay of Rio Janeiro law fa fa1S91 a
1S91 when the Detrot with guns shot shotted abotted shotted ¬
ted and trained broke the back of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rebellion there In the war wftkSpain wftk wftkSpain wt wtSpabt
Spain he commanded the firstpedo first firstpedo w wpedo
pedo boat flotilla organized by byUnited the theUnited t tFuited
United States In recent years AaV AaVmiral A Atymira < < r rmira
mira l Kimball has alternately alt > rDately beet beeacommanding beetCOLauaaiding be beCOilmaalding
commanding battleships l1attl shipt + and serrJaa serrJaaas sem semas serriaas
as member of important administra administration ¬
tion boards His retirement > > nl from the Utoservice tl tlsen theservice
service sen ice results in numerous promo promotions promotions ¬
tions and changes among the higher higherofficers berofficers higherofficers
officers of the navy the most notafeta notafetaof ncK JJe JJeof
of which is the promotion of CattaVreeland Captain CaptainVreelaud 1t 1tVreeland
Vreeland who lately has been setI setISecretary thar tharSecretary th c cSecretary
Secretary of the Navy Na to the tMor irk nukof irkof >
of rear admiral admiralD
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D F RANDOLPH ML MLan WillRUN HILLRUN
RUN fOR CiTY ASSESSOR ASSESSOREDMONDSON ASSESSOREDMONDSON ASSESSOREDMONDSON
EDMONDSON PRESENT INCUM INCUMBENT INCUiMBENT INCUMBENT
BENT OF THAT OFFICE WILL WILLPROBABLY WllLlPROBABLY WILLPROBABLY
PROBABLY ENTER THE RACE RACEFOR RACeFOR RACEFOR
FOR THE COLLECTORSHIP COLLECTORSHIPD HIP HIPD
D F Randolph will announce aDnOQDCecandidacy announcecandidacy Wf Wfcandidacy
candidacy for the office of city ril78flssor as assessor assessor ¬
sessorMr sessor sessorMr 8flssor1lr
Mr Randolph in conversation uitU uitUa dtlia itli itlia
a Daily News representa representative Ye srU st tt t1 t1that 1 lthat 1that
that he intended to Vit jJ i r the f t felfl felflfor < M Mfor lf lfor
for or the position of ass a as i in IJ r trie triefor frcfer iicfcr
for which Ii Ill Is 8 li its Jl qual qualsition quflfield lutltH
field tH Jd haviLL j rfl d 1 Ii glib I Isitiou
sitiou wii wit r r n nnorth r rPew t tEonh
north northMr EonhIr Pew th th4r
Mr Ir Uaiuioijui stRi stRibeF > i 1ti i > I j jbeen
been beF n an Kdmoridson i Iwillinkly J Jwillinkly dwiliinkly
willinkly support AirK irh rE to u i < id ids d r rgain M Mpain I IJain
pain but that the hirr Ise J acd ussi ussied a atd
ed him he would not oe a cant candidate eandidate cantdate
date and under these conditions L Ldecided 1 1decided Ldecided
decided to himself enter the race raceMr rateMr
Mr 1 r Edmondson when questioiMKl questioiMKlupon quest questupon
upon o the subject said he did not ot tm tmt a atend
t tend nd t to be a candidate for reelection reelectiona r eleet eleeta
a asa assessor m t or but would probably en ent entr
t tr r th t hI l fid fi fig d for th tu rollertorship rollertorshipCHURCH rollr oJJ trhip torshipDruggist
CHURCH Dru Druggist DruggistulaPhoae ist istPhone
Phone 37 37CHURCHS 37CHURCHS
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PINE and Tar quickly relic relieves reieYJI iU iUand
and chronic coughs overcomes overcomtHoarseness ewe
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tickling throat and soothes oo e the brc brcchial broshim
chial passages passagesorders passageshope
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