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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THUJRSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
tfHUflSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. 'j
mi modim hamwam imcf.
of purchasing a refrig
erator this scnson7 If
so, do not fall to sec the
The srrmllcst lets con
sumer nntl greatest food
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
o! Mtisic and flrf
Offers the exceptional advan
tages of piano and organ study
with Mr. Summer Salter, an
artist teacher of recognized
standing In the musical world.
Only a limited number of hours
being available, pupils may
register now for fall. G04 Lin
STRIKE OFF SHORTLY
Values in gj
Shoes and Oxfords
Z -at- -
GREEN TRADING STAMPS
Pajamas . . .
For summer wear in
sizes from three to ten
THE BABY BAZAAR
118 Washington Avenue.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Heavy Teaming
and General Draying.
New Stables, 1415 Mulbery Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
Cost Is Small to
Lace Curtains. . .
rinr.'t iou want to try our way this
onccV Wc guarantee artistio lace cf7;cts
and careful hand work. Lace laundering
is a specialty.
803-310 Penn Arenue.
Mm i:mnia Haw ley left Monday for Newcastle,
l'a,, where xlic is to make litr home
Hr. and His. S, Daweo, of Tluoop street, am
cntertftlnlnpr Mr. und Jlrs. Alexander llryden, of
Ithaca, N. Y,
Jlrj. John A. Taylor, of Springfield, Ohio, U
visiting her Bister, Mrs. A, J. Colborn, jr., at
COS Madls-oii menu;.
Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Roberts started on u ihhe
jeitcrday for Mllforil. l'a., where they ill spend
the summer al the Mull Uouac.
Mr. William 1). GilHUlia, of Philadelphia, U
UltIni; her parents, Mr. und Mn, George J'el.
Ions, at their home on Tenth street.
FUNERAL OF JAMES R. DICKSON
Services This Afternoon nt the
Xtesidence of His Father.
The funeral services of the late James
H. Dickson will bo held this afternoon
at 2,30 o'clocH from the losldenee of his
father, A, W. Dickson, 616 Qulncy uve.
nue. Interment will be mude ut Dun
The deceased was a member of the
class of 1000 of Princeton, and a moot.
.ng was held last night of the members
of that cU&s residing heieabouts, A
committee consisting of Henry J, Coch
rane, Cleorgu j,, Denny, Clarence A,
Hustings, aeorgo If. Uithrope, Worrall
P. Mountain and Charles Geomans pie
pared the following nilnuto;
H has pleaded Almighty fjod Mis wUe
liroWUrme to lake from u our bclmeil tlosa.
mate, Jam lteld DliUon.
In wording lit death v,t treasure (he memory
ef hit strong Christian iluractcr, lovable dlsno.
.Ition and noble minhood whitli lie to constantly
dlsplajed during his whole uulurslty couno and
which endeared him to uj'all. We aro sine that
we but volte (lie feeling of al) our claas when
wo tuprcM our ilcept.t sorrow at hla untimely
death and we wish, to extend our heartfelt Hin
pathy to hi parents and lib family in our com
The minute will appear In the to
morrow's Dally Princeton and Alumni
Dr. Ltndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Conncll building.
Hours; 1U. m. to4p. m.; 7 to s. so p.m.
NOT LIKELY TO
SENTIMENT EXPBESSED BY LO
CAL COAL MEN.
They Agree That the New Demand
Formulated Yesterday at Wilkes
Bnrre Will Not Be Acquiesced in
No Matter What the Consequences.
Companies Claim They Are Pre
pared to Fill the Places of the
Pump Bunners, Firemen and En
gineersMore Trouble at Smith
ville. Local coal men, while not In author
ity to speak definitely on the subject,
declare there Is no likelihood of the
operators granting the new demand
formulated by the mine workers' ex
ecutive committees yesterday In
The demand, In plain words, Is that
pumpmen, firemen nnd engineers be
granted an eight hour day without re
duction of wages. If the demand is
not acceded to before Monday June 2,
1002, these men arc directed to quit
In commenting on the demand, one
superintendent last night said that as
far as his company wns concerned
theio was no worry about the possi
bility of the pumpmen, firemen and
engineers being called out The com
pany has anticipated this possibility,
he said, nnd is prepared to meet It.
There will be no difficulty, he declared,
In filling the places of the pumpmen
and firemen. With the engineers It Is
different, but his company, he said, had
enough competent men who would an
swer nn emergency call to assure a full
force of men for all its engines. He
expressed some doubt ns to the engi
neers responding to a call to quit work.
Most of them, ho asserted, uro mem
bers of the union unwillingly, nnd not
In sympathy with the strike. When it
comes to deserting the company at a
critical time It can be relied upon, he
averred, that they will be at least very
reluctant to quit.
WILL NOT GRANT IT.
The speaker stated that the other
companies to the best of his knowledge
and belief were in a position similar
to his own. They will not grant the
demand, and If the pumpmen, firemen
and engineers go out, others will be
put In their places.
Further, he said, If It should come to
pass that the places of these men could
not bo supplied the companies would
proportionately lose no more than the
miner In the long run, If as much.
Water will not destroy coal, he pointed
out. It will be there still, for the oper
ator, just as valuable as It ever was.
The cost of pumping out the mine Is
not to be compared with the loss In
wages tho men will suffer while wait
ing for the mine to be made ready for
"At all events," he concluded, "you
can say, emphatically that if the oper
ators knew to a positive certainty that
tho mines would bo flooded beyond all
possible redemption, the miners' now
demand will not he granted."
At present the engineers and pump
men work on two shifts of twelve hours
each. The firemen work In three
shifts of eight hours each with a
swing shift on Saturday night and
There was no further disturbance,
yesterday, at the Grassy Island wash
ery In Olyphant. Tho company, so It Is
stated, had no immediate need of its
product, and rather than "rile up tho
community," as one official put It, tho
washery was allowed to remain Idle.
When it becomes necessary to replen
ish the culm supply. It was stated, the
washery will be started up.
TWO SHUT DOWN.
The Delaware.Lackawanna and West
ern company did not operate the Dia
mond and Bellovue washerles, yester
day. There was no effort made by the
strikers to close them down. The com
pany, like all the others, Is running Its
washerles solely to supply fuel for Its
boilers, and having secuted all tho sup
ply It cares to carry shut down the
wusherles until the supply needs re
plenishing. It was not so quiet, however, In the
lower end of the valley. Another dis
turbance occurred at the Butler wash
ery, operated by tho Erie company nt
Smithvllle last evening. About 7 o'clock
five men who had been laboring nt tho
washery quit work and started for their
bonrdlng place nt Plttston. An hour or
two previous n crowd gathered about
the place nnd numbered from COO to
800 when the men appeared.
As thev started toward Plttston the
crowd followed. A committee asked
the non-union men if they Intended to
continue working nt the washery and
teceived a reply in the affirmative. At
this some one in the crowd threw a
stone and the non-union men drew re
volvers. Weapons then appeared In the crowd
and shots were exchanged In ranld
succession. The running fight was con
tinued along the rond for nearly a. mllo
when the non-union men took lefuge
In their boarding house und the crowd
SHOTS WENT WILD.
Although numerous shots were fired
from both sides it is not learned that
any ono was Injured by bullets. One
or two of i ho non-union men, however.
THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD.
Tho following uro the prices of ad
mission to tho National Eisteddfod and
Concert, May 20 and 30, 1002:
Season Tickets $2,00
These tickets are good for specially
reserved seats at concort, May 29 and
tho three sessions of tho Eisteddfod
Reserved sout at concert only,..,,,) ,60
General admission to concert 25
Reserved seut at morning session
of Elbteddfod 75
Gcneial udmlsblon at morning ses
sion of Eisteddfod,,, ,..,., .CO
Children's tickets for morning ses
sion only 25
Reserved seat at afternoon session
of Eisteddfod .,,, ,75
General admission at afternoon
session of Eisteddfod..,,,,,,,,,,, ,50
Reserved 'sents at evening session
of Eisteddfod ...., , 1.00
General admission at evening ses
sion of Eisteddfod,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,50
Reserved scats for the thieo ses
sions of Eisteddfod,,,.,,.,,,, 1,50
Genera) admission for tho thiee
sessions of Eisteddfod,.,,,,,,,,., J.OO
The Eisteddfod heuduuurters Is now
ppened ut C05 Linden street. The dia
gram for the bale of reserved seats will
be opened Frlduy morning, May 23. As
these scuts are limited to 1,000, Intend
ing purchasers should bo prompt in
inaklng nppllrutlon for same.
OUR SUMMER SCHOOL
OF EIGHT WEEKS.
Call or Write
were hurt by being hit by stones.
The Wholesale Butchers' association,
on Tuesday, decided that while the
strike Is on cash payments should be
demanded of tho rctullers. The drivers
take along tho bill when delivering the
goods, nnd If they do not receive ensh
on delivery, they are Instructed to re
fuse to leave tho goods.
Last night the Retail Butchers' asso
ciation met at Blatter's hall to consider
the new order of things. The sentiment
of tho meeting was strongly in favor
of demanding cash from the consumers,
but final action was deferred until next
A force of carpenters Is nt work on
the mountain side nbovc Avondale
erecting a dwelling for the men em
ployed by the Delaware, Lackawanna
nnd Western company In fighting the
Jersey mine fire. When the regular fire
fighters quit work a few weeks ago nt
the call of President Nlcholls, of Dis
trict No. 1, United Mine Workers of
America, tho company hired non-union
men In their places and these had to
be taken to nnd from work each morn
ing nnd evening on a train. The com
pany decided some time ago to house
them near the scene of their labors. A
cook has been engaged to prepare meals
for the men and a barber will be pro
vided to trim their hair and shave
THEY WERE BUNCOED.
Thirty foreign - speaking strikers
started yesterday on the Lackawanna
road for New York to take ship for a
visit to the old country. A sharper,
who got Into their good graces, collect
ed $4.50 apiece from them to buy their
tickets and arranged to see them
through to Now York. When the train
came In at the Scranton station ho put
them aboard the smoking car while he
went back presumably to ride In one
of the other coaches.
But if he got on at nil he did not
remain on very long. The thirty vic
tims refused to pay their fare and were
put oft at Washington, N. J. They are
there yet according to tho latest re
port. The rush of applicants looking for
work under the city continues every
day, as the resultof the strike. Tho
average number of striking mine work
ers who appear in the office of Director
of Public Works Roche every day look
ing for jobs is about twenty and any-'
where from six . to twelve come into
Recorder Connell's ofilce every day
looking for work.
As many as can possibly bo engaged
have been already employed to work
on tho streets and with the street
cleaning gangs. No more men can pos
sibly be employed under present con
ditions. ORDINANCE WAS VALID.
Supreme Court Says the West Lacka
wanna Avenue Viaduct Can
Below Is given th6 opinion of Justice
Mitchell of the Supreme court in the
viaduct case. It shows that the city
can build the viaduct provided for In
tho ordinance attacked in the equity
proceedings. Thnt ordinance directed
that a viaduct stretching from curb to
curb be erected on West Lackawanna
avenue rrom Seventh to Ninth streets.
The general scheme of the constitution with re
gard to the amount of municipal iiidebtcdnesi is
clear. Section eight of Article nine diUdcd bucIi
liidcbtednit into threo clavos, considered with
reference to amount, flr.t, debt exceeding seen
per cent, of the awessed 'value of taxable prop.
rty, which b absolutely prohibited, ecept oh
to cities whose debt exceeded seven per cent, at
the time of the adoption of tho constitution; sec
onu, iiiw uclit, or Inciease indebtedness bv the
municipal authorities, which la permitted to th
extent of two per cent, of usscnueil value; and
third, nctt debt or increase of indebtedness ex
ceeding two per tent, but lea than uncii per
trnt. of nsiwwed xaluc, which ii peimitted with
the asicnt of the electors at a public election.
The words of the section with which we ure
directly concerned are: "Xor shall any mil
niclpality or district incur any new debt or In
crease itn Indebtedness to an aweed 1l11atlon of
property without the assent of the electors tlieic.
of," "UiU, though a limitation on the power of
creating debt ia also a recognition of Its exist
ence, 'ihe power to ralte and speml money for
public vurpoiea U u necessary attribute of ell
gomnmcutii, nnd in our fjsteni has nhwnu been
cxeuUed by the legislated branch of municipal
itica under such regulations as the legislature of
the state has prescribed, Tho constitutional pro
lslon puts a limit on the power and on the leg
islature's authority to confer it, but it the came
time is a recognition of tho power as exercised
by the municipalities.
Hitherto it had been without limit, not only
as to amount of expenditure but also as to time
and mode of payment; it is still without limit n
to amount of expenditure If paid br means of
pujment provided at the time, but bejond two
per cent, of assessed alue It cannot bc author,
ized us a debt for the future without' the anent
of tho electors obtained at a public election.
The result of the provision is that the municipal
authorities charged with the raising and mend
ing of public money incident to tho current ex
penses of the government still have the fame
power to the further limit of teea per cent. If
authorized by a ote of the electors.
The Immediate necessity for money in the ad
ministration of the municipality's affairs may
wry fiom day to day and tho mode of meeting
It was not Intended to be taken out of the discre
tion of the ordinary municipal authorities up to
the prescribed limit fixed as sufficient to provide
for ordinary requirements. But when an extra
ordinary occasion or demand arises requiring more
than two per rent., then the assent of the voters
must bo obtained, and It will be suflitlent up
to the prescribed limit of sccn per cent. The
Older in which theso powers may be exercised is
not prescribed and is not material. What tho sec
tion U concerned with Is the amount of the in
debtedness of each class, not the order in which
It b Incurred.
It was found as a fact by the learned judge
below that at the time the ordinance In ques
tion was pajacd the debt of thu city was more
than two per cent, of the assessed tabic of tax
alio property therein, but that part of the debt
had been authoilied by a vote of the electors and
it tills were deduced from the gross amount tho
J. Alfred Pennington,
Adams Avenue and Linden St.
remainder created by the council without upeclil
authorization by the electors might be lutreaied
by tho otlinntcd debt to bo Incurred tinder tho
ordinance without reaching the two per cent,
limit. Under Mich circumstances Ihe debt wai
within the authority of councils and the ordinance
The decree In ret cried and bill directed to be
dismissed with cost..
Only Average Bowling Done by
Teams in Scranton Bowling
League Last Night.
The standing of the several teams In
the Scranton bowling teams were not
changed by last night's bowling. The
Franklins won two games from the
South Side team on the Arlington al.
leys. Neither team showed up In good
style and the scores made were not
very high. Tho score:
I. varus ITS
W. Zelfm.m IT.'i
V. Itoll r,0
J. Zcbnuin 14 1
IS 5 430
I.eitner 10! 113
Bheher US 1.11
Da Us 141 117
Andcregg Kfl 1st)
Itlchl 13.1 101
74S 745 722-2213
High siorc Andcregg, ISO.
High average Andcregg, 171 2-3.
The newly organized Independent
team played a splendid game, rolling
up a total of 2443 pins and winning
three games from the North Scranton
Cambrians with great ease. The score:
I).iii 172 121) US 441
Henry 121 Its 1G0- I07
Ih.ms 122 118 11.1-351
I.ongmorc 113 Ida 18.1 434
I.oic It:) 1!7 148421
' .707 COS 752-2007
Wedcman 138 175 lfil 404
Litt 12S 101 17fi4!)5
Hood 171 127 122423
Joiici 1P2 157 192511
O'Connell 171 152 161 IT.
High si oi c .Tone. 102.
High average Jonei, 177.
Tho Arlingtons took two games from
the Becker team on the hitter's alleys.
The Becker team fell down of the last
game, making a total of only 6S9. The
-I. Klcfcr Ill
('. Klcfcr 117
V. W. Roll 117
High score MeWer, 20S.
High averjge Meister, 100.
The standing of the clubs
league Is now as follows:
Independents , 42
Beckcr-i '. S
f-'outh bldn S
Rates to Ithaca, N.
Return via the O, &
There will bo a college regatta at
Ithaca, N. Y., on May 30. Tho Ontario
and Western will sell round trip ticket
at tho fure one wuy. Tickets will be
sold and good going May 29 nnd SO,
good returning to Muy 31, inclusive.
To honor the Knights. 1,500 Cross and
Crown Emblems, for decorative pur
poses, 20x20 Inches, 10c. each. Williams
& McAnulty, 129 Wyoming ave,
Dr. C. W. Roberts will be
office Thuisduy of each week.
People Who Are
Particular regarding butter
served on the table should
use Coursen's Table Butter,
It's o grass product comes
in boxes-sweet and good one
day as another. Even If you
are not a regular customer)
you will be satisfied with
Coursen as headquarters for
pine Quality Imported Sar
dines, delicious addition to
the menu one of the best
things of its kind we have
12 TO 19 CAN
E. Q. Coursen.
HE BEGAN TUESDAY AND
Eight of the Contestants in The
Tribune's Educational Contest
Mado Returns Yesterday Keller
man Onins Six Points on Bis Most
Dangerous Antagonist Xresge
Goes Up the Ladder a Little.
Freedman Nearer Shepherd by 11
Points Entry List Open to All,
Standing of Contestants
1. A. J. Xellerman, Scranton. 128
8. Charles Burns, Vandllng.106
3. Wm. T. S. Rodriguez,
4. Herbert Thompson, Car-
5. Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
6. Albert Freedman, Bolle-
7. Wm. Sherwood, Harford . 47
8. Harry Madden, Scranton . 43
9. Homer Kresge, Hyde Park 38
lprGiaat M. Decker, Hall
11. A. J, Havenstrlte, Mos
12. William Cooper, Priceburg 28
13. Harry Danvers, Provi
14. Louis McCusker, Park
15. Lee Culver, Springville . . 17
16. Miss Beatrice Harpur,
i f . Walter Hallstead, Scran
ton 18. C. J. Clark, Peckvlll
10. John Dempsey, Olyphant.
20. John Mockio, Providence.
21. L. E. Stanton, Scranton..
22. Hugh Johnson, Forest
23. M i s s Edna Coleman,
24. Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton 6
25. Chas. O'Boylo, Scranton.. 5
26. Miss Nellie Avery, Forest
27. Emanuel Bucci, Scranton. 4
28. Walter Ellis, Hyde Park. 3
29. R. D. Dorsey, Scranton. . . 1
30. Edgar Wilson, jr., Scran
Eight of the thirty active contestants
In Tho Tribune's Educational Contest
mado returns yesterday. Of these Al
bert Freedman made the greatest show
ing, with 12 ooints: A. J. Kellerman
camo next, with 9, and then L. E. Stan-'
ton, with S. The others reported as fol
lows: William Rodriguez, 4; Charles
Burns, 3; Homer Kresge, 3: William
Sherwood, 2, and Maxwell Shepherd, 1.
Homer Kresge advanced from tenth
to ninth place, and L. E. Stanton from
twenty-seventh to twentieth. The first
eight leaders, remain unchanged from
their positions as published yesterdny.
The entry list Is still open. Particu
lars are printed on fourth page of to
A BIG SEASON ASSURED.
Lodore Will Be the Mecca for Ex
cursionists tho Coming Season.
All Indications point to Lake Lodore
as tho most popular of all excursion re
sorts for the fast-approaching season,
and to even surpass Its immense busi
ness of last year. The Individual ex
cursionist prefers a lake resort, and the
scenic beauties of Lodore Itself, Its far
spreading grove, Incomparable dance
pavilion, Its merry-go-round, the de
light of the children, its well-equipped
kitchens, clam oven, refreshment
booths, Spalding bull grounds, naphtha
launches, steamer, large excursion boat
and varied other amusements render it
a summer paradise, and at the same
time the most profit-making resort for
churches and societies. There are some
splendid dates left, for the privilege of
which please nppply to W. L. Pryor,
district passenger agent, Delaware and
Hudson Railroad, Scranton, Pa.
Honor the Knights
By decorating your homes, ofllces and
stores. 1,500 Cross and Crown Em
blems, mounted on heavy enrd board,
20x20 Inches, 10c. each. Williams & Mc
Anulty, 129 AVyomlns avenue.
Decoration Day Flowers,
At Ciaik's, Florist.
20 Per Cent.
on Straw Hats
On accountof our mov
ing to the corner of
Washington Ave. and
Spruce Street (June 1st)
We are selling $2 Porto
Rico Palms at
Other hats reduced
Shirts, either white or
fancy colors, $1.00 kind
A Relatie or Frisnd to Pass Into
t'n Dark Valley Simp); Beoausa
tfn Doctor Desires to Cling
to LMoal Etlqntti?
Is Dally Saving Precious Lives
After Pronounced Failures
The months just passed of the pres
ent -year have brought bereavement
and dark clouds of sorrow to many
homes In our land. Fathers, mothers,
sisters, and brothers have been forever
removed by tho grim reaper, death.
The largo majority of such could have
been saved had their friends given
them Pnlne's Celery Compound, In
stead of the worthless medicines tho
sick ones were forced to Bwallow.
In many families a too slavish obed
ience to medical dictation kept the true,
lire saver rrom the sick and lylng ones.
Past records of marvelous cures and
victories wrought by Pnlne's Celery
Compound were Ignored by medlcnl
men; In a word, It was unprofessional
In their estimation to Introduce the
life giving Compound.
Ah! Remorse is now doing Its quiet
but effective work, and those most
closely Interested are suffering for
Will you, dear reader, allow some
dear relative or friend to pass from
life without making an effort to save
the perishing one by Palne's Celery
Compound? The virtues nnd powers
of Dr. Phelps' prescription are won
drously far reaching and mighty. Even
though your friends have suffered
long, and have come to that point
where the physician Is helpless to save,
even then, there is a blessed hope If
Palne's Celery Compound Is used.
The desperate cases cured in the past
and the number of precious lives
saved, is tho bright, the living proof,
that Palne's Celery Compound makes
sick people well.
FAST OOTTON COLORS of DIAMOND
DIKS never crock or fade. Take no other.
Cr. A. R. Encampment Gettysburg,
Pa., June 4th and 5th.
For the above occasion tteket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
first class tickets to Gettysburg and
return at regular one way fare for the
round trip good going June 1st to 5th
Inclusive with final return limit June
7th. Children between the ages of 5
and 12 years one-half the adult fare.
321 WASHINGTON AVE.
EHREFS SLAG ROOFING
and Composition Waterproof Floors
5n breweries, stables, factories, etc.
will remove all anxiety as to the Coal Supply for
your kitchen, and will also save your wife
much of the drudgery of housekeeping.
Cooking with Gas !s a? cheaP aj coa:
, s cleaner, and much
We are offering to our gas consumers Double Oven Gas Cooking
Ranges for $9.75 and up. This price includes putting them in your
kitchen ready for use. All connections free on first floor.
How About Hot Water ?
A Hot Water Heater connected to your kitchen boiler answers
that question. We have them. Price connected, $10.
Fuel gas, gross $ 1 .00 ; net 90 and 80 cents per thousand.
Ranges and Hot Water Heaters on exhibition at our sales
room, No. 126 Washington Avenue.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
I The Bride
5k of June should see that the wedding invitations are
5S ordered on time. It's about June now.
jj? Our engraving plant is at your service for quick
work. We don't slight the work though, however
Q promptly we get it out.
We do it right and we finish all our wedding
3 stationery with a touch of style that is indispensable
SC on such occasions.
Will you come and see our samples of Wedding
May we send you samples. Our pricesare as
right as they can be for good work.
We attend to the matter of proper form In tne
wording and so on. We guarantee satisfactory work.
All Kinds of Engraving Are in Our Line.
Malony Oil & Manufacturing Company,
14 1-149 Meridian Street.
OLD 'PHONE BS-2, NEW 'PHONE SBBI
J Wo solicit your trade ia ,
I Wheelbarrows, :
: Coal and
: Dirt Picks, I
: Bittenbender&E. ;
126-128 Franklin Ave. I
We will not have
good an assort
ment later. We
have a lot of new and
choice patlerna and
wehave marked them
at prices that insnre
heir immediate Me.
John D. Boyle,
416 Lackawanna Ave.
You Can Save
30 per cent, on the dollar when
you purchase direct from the
Our lis of Umbrellas and
Parasols is large and complete,
and embraces all the latest pat
terns. We guarantee all our
Umbrella Manufacturing Co,
313 Spruce Street.
It your doctor can't curt you
Dr. Herb't I. Farman, tbs Osteopath
In Chronic and Lingering Disease. 1530 K.
Washington avenue, or 201 Carter building,
& Water Go
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