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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNJlh-THUttSDAY, , SEPTEMBER 18, 1902.
1HE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
A inut'lilne which docs
nway entli'i'ly with chop
plug howl uiul knife chops
rood both cooked ntid un
fouhed. meat, vegetables,
etc. Cseful every day 'ill
Our speclnl pule price for
one' week ending Wednes-
day, Sept. 24,
TJnntt fir Sriar C.n
U9 Washington Av, Q
1 t- o
R. EKNEST COMEGYS & CO.,
Hrokcrs, Connell Building.
Mr. Stunner Salter
of New York City, will re
sume his classes in piano,
organ and harmony Wed
nesday, September 24th
in the Hardenbergh School
x Music and Art, Car
ter Building, 604 Linden
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping, Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DRAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
Small amount of
stock, below the market, if called for
I. F. nEQARQEL & CO.
Miss Kittle Fnhey, of Jeffei-on avenue,
returned yesteiday to resume hor sludlea
at Nazareth academy, Itochester, .', Y.
Mrs. F. 10. Annuel iiiiui and son, .Uilui,
have returned to their home In Cuibon
dule, ufter visiting their ninny I'l lends In
Attorney Hichuid J. IJomku leaves this
morning for Long Hiuueh, X. J., In leuul
business connected -v llli the )..iiiiu ilia
Bur "HI content.
The MIsm-j Sara Gurvey, Itosu limuuty
and Laura Guiney, of Carbomlule, spent
Sunday us thu guests of Jilss Jciuilu
Keenun, of this city,
Peter !', McCuiui, station muster fur
tho Lackawanna railroad, resumed his du
ties yesterday, afler hU annual vacation,
spent at the seashore,
lr, mill Mm. Flunk M, Shaw, t'hailei
l.lttleileld. jr.. of Itoeklund, Jle., uml
Herbert Meiilhew, of Philadelphia, ate
guests of Mr, ami JIls, A. D. Wuckliiton,
Cliailos llodllgues!, who won The Tub
ulin's (list cduc'Uthmal contest In I!ti and
chosa a four year's scholarship In Wyo
ming seminary In Kingston. I'm,, valued
at tl,uuu ami good for four yeain, lelt
Scranton yesteiday to enter tho fi cull
man class cf tho seminary,
.Mis, John Halley, of lhinlsburg (for.
meily Jllss Susiiu lllack), sho was for a
number of yen is (he popular soprano so
loist of the Second Pieshytetluu chinch
choir of this city, was In town jester,
clay ami wr.s present at the puiyec meet
ing of the. Second chinch lust night.
Itecoulur Connell iccelved u lutter fioin
tho Hoot and Shoe, chili, of Huston, in
questlng hliu o dcdeg.ito some, onu to
icpiesent thu city of Scruiiton at Ihu
club's auiuiul bamiuct, October 1,1, uml
give the cluh an addicss on tho miners'
Millie. The club Is composed of tho lead,
int. hoot and hhoe mauufncluicrs of Hus
ton and vhlully. Roomier Council iu
ferrcd tho Jetlei in die. boawl if Hade.
i Range Will Be Closed.
TJliu I Ilk- laiiKo at Dickson Cit, ulll ho
closed V'lh'ay because ji miner;. ' mass
mcetliib' la'ty be hold cloo by.
I Laundry l I
MERCHANTS GOT DOWN TO
Reports of OiHcers Were Received at
Morning Session Senator Dfury
Spoke in the Afternoon and Inci
dentally Remarked That There Are
Only a Few Men in the Legisla
ture Who Can't Be Bought Bills
Which Association Will Try to
Have Passed by Legislature.
Thu convention of the ltetnll Jler
chuniH' Association of Pennsylvania, got
down to real business yesterday unci
ninny Important luattcis were discussed
and acted upon. 1'pwurds of u dozen
First Vice ''resident of tho Set union He
tall Mciehiints' Association.
additional delegates put in an ap
pearance, increasing: the attendance to
The morning- session was devoted to
the presentation of tho annual reports
by the officers of the association. The
reports of the president and secretary
were verbal and consisted largely of an
account of the great progress made by
the association (luring the fiast year.
Tlie liiembeiship in the past two years
has been increased lioui 10,000 to 2S.000.
Detailed reports of the work accom
plished und in ogress made by the in
dividual associations were also pie
seuted by the delegates.
Senator William linn y, of Plttston,
who is the second vice president of the
association, delivered an addrews at the
opening of the afternoon session on
"The Best Method for Procuring Legis
lation for tho Retail .Merchant." Mr.
Drury tavors a campaign of education
during the time intervening between
now and the opening session of the
legislature, lie would enlist the i impu
table newspapers on the side of the
merchants in their elforts to procure
legislation suited to their needs, lie
also fawned the appointment of an
active, encigetic legislative committee
to do practical work at llarrisburs.
,1n tlie course of the discussion which
was aroused by the senator's address
he took occasion to yeinaik that ho
didn't mean the buying of votes when
he said "practical work." Someoiip
said ho thought It would be possible to
get legislation tlnough without buy
"Well," said the senator, "there are
some men at Uaulsburg who can't be
bought, but I tell you they're very
scarce. I've seen men put upon the
bloclc and bought, and 1 tell you it's a
dHgiaoe ill the sight of men and God."
A discussion of the best means lo
unite local associations was partici
pated in by A. JI. Haines, of IOrie:
William Xelon, of Chester: K. ,T. Mor
ris, of Heading, and A. M. I.utsli.iw, of
New Hiighton, each of whom discussed
at length the methods employed In their
respective cities for the pioniotion of
harmony and Intel est within the local
association and for the Interchange of
Ideas with the associations in oilier
cities thiouglioiit the slate. The ad
vantages of exchanging lists of lly-by-
night "dead heats" between associations
was commented upon by several of the
An amendment lo ihe constitution
was adopted piovtdllig that herealler
no local as-ocliitlou shall he admitted
I). I, IUA.NK,
'I'lrusuier of the Sciauloii Helalt Mcr.
to liieiiiheishlp 111 the state association
e.scept by ballot at the annual con
vention or lit u meeting uf the execu
tive committee, three black halls being?
leiiulied for n i ejection,
At tills morning's session of the con.
vcutliui tlie two bills which the associa
tion pioposes to have Intindiiced at
the coming session of tho legishituic
be picseiited by the special coin,
inlttees which framed thinn, and will
undoubtedly be adopted,
One of these bills piovhlos for tho
appointment by tip' governor of n
commission of seven persons, "tepip.
seutlug luauufacturers of food products,
wholesale und ictull dispensers of the
same, chemists and such other Inteiests
as he jnay deem Impoitniit." The pro.
posed hill lhovhles that this cominls.
slou sliiill cxuinlue Into the workings of
all the "pine food" acts now on the
statute books of this slate and shall
have power to revise these laws ami
recommend the pussago of additional
legislation along similar lines at Its
dlsctetlon. It Is provided that the iiiem
hois of the commission shall serve
It Is expected that the big HKht In
the legislature will come on (he second
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J. ALFRED PENNltiGTON, Director.
J i en e Department.
Classes In COURSE A, for beginners, are now being (ormed.
$30 for the season, September to June,
COURSE B, for inore advanced players, $45 for the season.
Classes for adults are also being formed In COURSE A and B.
COURSE C, Class and Private.
Conservatory, 604 Linden Street.
bill, which' seeks to amend the act of
June 10, ISM. This last named act
contains a provision lending as fol
lows: "Provided, however, that the
wages of any laborers or the salary of
any pet son In public or private employ
ment shall not be liable to attachment
In the lunula of the employer."
The proposed bill strikes out the
above quoted provision nnd Inserts In
stead a proviso making possible tho
attachment of wages when they shall
be In excess of $12 a. week. The only
part to he attachable, however, shall
lie that part in excess of i, and this
shall be subject to attachment only
under the forms provided by law for
the attachment of other personal prop
erty. It Is also provided that the wuges
or salary of any such person shall not
be subject to more thun one such at
tachment at any one time.
An Informal smoker was conducted
In tlie association rooms last night for
the entertainment of the visitors. A
tasty lunch was served and a number
of tlie visitors made brief addresses.
JACOB B0LDT KILLED.
Susquehanna Man Met His Death on
Delaware and Hudson Railroad
Jacob Hohlt, n man abouT 53 years
old, leslding in Susquehanna, was
struck and instantly killed yesterday
morning' by a Delaware and Hudson
passenger train directly underneath the
Linden stieet bridge.
.Mr. Boldt was walking toward the
station on the southbound track, and,
stepping out of the way of a. train
coining' fiom behind him, he got dliect
ly In fiont of a train from Wllkes-Barre
which was backing into the station,
lie was thrown under the wheels and
instantly killed, the body being frlght
The lemaln.s weie taken to li.inett's
undertaking establishment, where they
weie viewed by Coroner Sultry. An
examination of the clothing resulted
in tlie discovery of a Third National
bank book made out in the name of
Jacob und Gertrude Boldt, of 1247 South
Washington avenue. Inquiry at that
address by the coroner failed to reveal
anybody who knew any such person as
Jacob Boldt. Last night, however, 'a
young woman fiom this number pre
sented herself at the undertaking es
tablishment and Identified tlie body
as that of tier uncle, Jacob Boldt, of
She will go on there today to make
airangements for tlie funeial. She said
that he uncle was mummied and that
she did not know what lie was doing
In this city. Coroner Sultry lias de
cided that an inquest is unnec.ess.iiy.
Excursion to Allentown.
On account of tlie great Allentown
fair, to be held September 21) to 20, tlie
New Jersey Central uiilroad will urn a
special excursion iiuusday, September
23, leaving Scramuii at 7 a. in., stonnlnur
al all stations to Ashley inclusive, and
at riving at Allentown at 10 a. in,
Through solid tialn in each direction,
liutes 11 om Scranton und all iiolnts tn
Yatesvllle, $2.00: 'Wllkes-Baire tn Ash
lev Inclusive, $1,73.
Itetiirulnir sneoinl train will le:ive
Allentown at 7 p. m arriving at
Wllkes-Barre at 'J.30 and Scranton at
10 u. 111.
Tickets good only on special train In
each direction. September 211 to 20
tickets will be sold good going and le
tmiilng on legular trains, including the
"Quaker city Flyer," at the following
i educed laics; From Scranton. $4,10:
t'lttstou, $:i.70; Wllkes-Baire. $3.3n. and
piopoillonutely low rates from Inter
mediate stations. These tickets uie
good to leturu until September 27.
For any additional Information cull
on any New Jersey Central ticket
agent, or address J, S, Swisher, district
passenger agent, Scranton, Pa,
Scluiever Will Give 1,000 Gold Neck
laces to Children.
With every older for chlldien's pho
tographs placed between September 20
and October 20 Scluiever will present,
absolutely free, u valuable child's neck
luce, Dlstilbutlon Is limited to 1,000
necklaces, so do not postpone thu sit
ting until too late,
given with one pound of
A. & P, BAKING POWDER
"Itoyal" Shape, with Large Non
beatable, handle; capacity, 3 quails,
A, and P, Elgin Creamery
Butter, per lb.' , .24c
A. and P. Mocha and Java
Coffee, per lb. , , 25c
Choice Drinking Teas, . . . ,40c
A. and P, Laundry Soap, 7
bnis for 25c
The Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co..
411 Lackawanna avenue, 321
North Slain avenue. 'IMinue 7.1-2.
Pioiupl delivery, New 'phone l.M.
SHERIFF WILL ASK
GOVERNOR FOR TROOPS
Unless the Numerous Acts of Vio
lence Cease He Has Served No
tice on President Mitchell.
Troops will be brought to Lacka
wanna county if the riotous conduct
of the strikers continues. Sheriff
Schadt has declared this In positive
terms and communicated his doclaia
tion to President Mitchell.
The outbreaks of violence In so many
parts of the county Monday, on which
day It was announced the operators
would endeavor to start up a number
of collieries, were chiefly responsible
for the sheriff's decision.
He has tried all along to be Impar
tial and pacificatory. When outbreaks
occurred he sought to have the mine
workers' officers assist in quelling
them. When other outbreaks were
threatened, he called oh the same par
ties to help prevent them. Time nnd
again he was assured by the leaders
that the mine workers would do all In
their power to help preserve the peace
and make it unnecessary to bring
troops here. Tehese assurances, how
ever, have turned out to be idle. The
miners' leaders either can not or will
not prevent the disorder.
Sheriff Schadt is determined that the
peace of the commonwealth in his baili
wick shall be preserved. If it can be
pieserved without the aid of the mili
tia, the more pleased the sheriff will
be. If not, as lie put it himself, "We
will have to take other measures."
It Is understood that In the communi
cation to President Mitchell. Sheriff
Schadt said that he was done with ex
perimenting, and that a lepetltlon of
Monday's lawlessness would result In a
cull for troops.
The Pancoast colliery at Thioop,
operated by the Price-Puneoast Coal
company, one of the Ontario and
Western subsidiary companies, began
opeiations yesteiday. Coal had been
run tlnough the breaker previously, but
yesterday for the first time coal was
newly cut, prepared and shipped. This
make.') four collieries and four washer
ies the Ontario and Western company
has In operation, and twenty collieries
and twenty washeiles that have been
started up by companies having their
headquarters in Scranton.
Yesterday for the llrst time since
operations were lusunied, the Delaware,
Lackawanna ami Western company
gave out an ollicial announcement of Its
output. On Tuesday, according to Su
pei Inlendeiit Keese A. Phillips, tlie
company's eight collieries and live
washeiles turned out 7,742 tons of coal.
The newspaper estimates of this com
pany's output have been fiom (i,."00 to
The Pricebuig strikers have arranged
for a big open-air meeting there to
morrow. Locals from Throop and Oly
phunt will attend. The meeting Is
prompted by the fact that four col
lieries In that region have staited up
THE NEW TEMPLE.
Dedicatory Services to Begin Tomor
The services in connection with the
dedication of the new Anslie Chesed
temple, on Madison avenue, will begin
tomoirow night at 7.43 o'clock." Thctti
will be unqtlier service on Saturday
morning ni 9.13 o'clock and still an
other service on Sunday afternoon.
Admission will be by card, but If
there Is room in the temple after those
with cards huvo been souted, others
will be admitted. Rabbi Hirsch, nf Chi
cago, one of the leaders of Hebrew
thought In this country will speak to
Robert J. Haag has lecelved the
state and county (ax duplicates for the.
Seventeenth ward, Payment can be
made at his icsldence, 633 Taylor ave
nue. Turkish Cigarettes.
Neslors, Deities, Iliiineses and others
In sealed tins of 00, at O'Hara's,
Headquatters for Michigan,
Jersey Peaches, and fancy
Rocky Ford Melons. Pears, for
75c Per Basket
Faucy Siberian Crabapplea,
45c Per Basket
E, G. Goursen.
HE NOW LEADS PREEDMAN BY
FIVE POINTS. '
He Is Only Thirty-two Points from
Oscar H. Xipp for Fourth Place,
Arthur Thayer Makes a Gain Also.
Eleven Others Also Scored.
Standing: of Contestants
1. A. J. Kellerman, Scranton.728
2. Charles Burns, Vandllng.542
3. William T. S. Rodriguez,
4. Oscar H. Kipp, Elmhurst. .424
0. Herbert Thompson, Car-
6. Albert Freedman, Belle-
7. Wm. Sherwood, Harford. .364
8. Fred K. Gunster, Green
9. Maxwell Shepherd, Car-
10. Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton.209
11. L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . . 155
12. J. A. Havenstrlte, Mos
13. Harry Madden, Scranton. 121
14. Hendrlck Adams, Chin
15. Homer Kresge, Hyde Park. 87
16. Frank B. McCreary, Hall-
17. Miss Beatrice Harpur,
18. Don C. Capwell, Scranton.. 75
19. Miss Jane Mathewson,
20. William Cooper, Priceburg 58
21. Louis Gere, Brooklyn.... 49
22. Walter Hallstead, Scran
23. Fred Kibler, South Scran
24. Lee Culver, Springvllle. . . .40
25. M i s s Edna Coleman,
26. Grant M. Decker, Hall-
27. Miss Mary Yeager, Green
28. Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 32
29. Hugh Johnston, Forest
30. Eddie Morris, South Scran
31. Harry Danvers, Provi
32. Arthur J. Thayer, South
33. Louis McCusker, Park
Nine of the leaders in the Tribune's
educational contest scored points yes
terday, as follows:
Fred K. Gunster ID
Herbert Thompson 13
Albert Fieedman 9
Arthur J. Thayer 6
William Cooper I
William T. S. rtodtiqllis 3
Maxwell Shepherd 3
Henry K. Collins 2
L. K. Stanton 2
Herbert Thompson, of Carbondaie,
passed Albert Freedman and now has
a clelcr title to fifth place. He is now
32 points away from Oscar H. Kipp for
Arthur J. Thayer passed Louis Mc
Cusker and left the last place in the
table, being now thirty-second. With
the aid of 12 points, or one yearly sub
scriber, Mr, Thayer could go into
Henry K. Collins, of Kissers, who
scored two points, has been in the con
test for some time, but has not yet got
enough points to get among the llrst
Herbert Thompson now leads the con
testants who ate working for the Sep
A Mandolin, valued at S1G
No. 2 Brownie Camera.
No. 1 Brownie Camera.
Fourth Pi tee
No. 1 Brownie Camera.
Herbert Thompson 101
Wm. T, S. Hodrlguc,! ?S
Oscar H. Kipp S2
A. J. Kellerman , 6!)
Don C. Capwell 63
William H, Sherwood 37
Maxwell Shepherd 32
Joseph A, Havenstrlte.., 48
Albert Freedman 4S
c, W. Dorsey 33
Special Low Rate Via the Lehigh
Tickets will lie sold September 23, 21,
23 and 20, limited tor return passage to
September 27 inclusive, good on all
trains except the Black Diamond Kx-
pi ess. Hate from Scranton, $4.10.
SPECIAL- ONK-DAY RATES
Thuisdny, September 25. Round trip
rate fiom Scranton, $2,00; children,
$1,50, Leave Scranton at C3S a, iu re
turning leave Allentown ut 8 p, m, See
Delaware und Hudson uml Lehigh Val
ley ticket ugents for turther Informa
tion, WYOMING SEMINARY.
Special work: Liiaracter. building and
prepuiutlon for college und business.
Certlllcate received by colleges, Co-educational,
Ample attention given to the
ornamental brunches, Supeilor dormi
tories, science hall, chapel, dining room,
gymnasium and athletic Held, A finely
equipped preparatory school, $300 a
yearj term now open. For catalogue,
address LI L. Hprugue, D, D,, piesl
Every Child May Have a Gold Neck
Scluiever wants to make ns many
children's pictures as possible before
the Christmas uihIi connivences and
he Is will'lng to pay for euiiy orders,
too. Every child having photographs
made by the children's artist during
the month commeiuing Saturday, Sep
tember 20, will receive, In addition to
the most urtlbtlc portraits, a beautiful
gold necklace fiee,
See the Cut Man,
Effective and attiactlve half-tones
and line cuts for card, udverllfalng or
any other purpose, can be secured ut
The Tribune oiilce. We do work that
Is unexcelled, do It promptly and at
lowest rates. A trial older will con.,
FOUR BOYS ARRESTED.
They Are Charged with Stealing
Mine Car Axles.
I'eter O'llora," Tnllle Jones, Robert
Marshall and John Kelly, four boys
about 16 years old, living- at null's
Head, were arrested yesterday by the
police on the charge of stealing a num
ber of mine car axles from the Hull's
Head Coal company's breaker. These
are the uxles which weie found In the
possession of H. Levy, the Junkman,
about a mouth ago.
Two of the boys admitted havitiB
Btolen the nxles, but the other two de
nied being Implicated In the theft. All
were held In $300 bull by Magistrate
Howe. Hurry Williams, of Oakford
court, to whom the two boys who con
fessed said they sold, the axles,
was also arrested and held under
$300 hall on a charge of receiving stolen
Descendants of Philadelphia Colonel
The annual reunion of the Howe
family, descendants of Colonel Howe,
who fought witli the Colonists In the
revolutionary war, was held yesterday
at the home of Mrs. Jennie Howe, of
Factory vile, und was largely attended.
Among those present were the follow
ing: Mr. and Mis, Silas Whitney, Miss
Bessie Whitney und Miss Irn Whitney,
of Dalton; Mr. and Mrs. Hniieni Howe,
Mrs. Lilly Howe, Mis. P. Hoyve, Miss
Marguerite Howe, and Carl Howe, of
La Plume; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hldge
way, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ridgewuy,
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. It. II.
Hozello nnd Mrs. A. W. Itldgeway, of
Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Swalley
and Miss Swalley, of Falls; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Green, of Harford; Mrs. Ruth
Jerauld and Mrs. Mildred Jerauld, of
Lenox; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Capwell,
Mrs. Jennie Howe and Muster Roy Cap
well, of Factoryvllle.
AN ARTISTIC DISPLAY.
Handsomely Dressed Windows of the
Three of the most artistically dressed
show windows to be seim in this city at
present are those of the Globe ware
house. An entirely now front to this
stole has recently been put in and the
windows have been greatly enlarged
The present display is the woik of I.
S. Tyler, the store's new trimmer, who
has got away from the flashy style of
decorating: so often seen and who has
produced an effect that is pleasing be
cause of Its artistic simplicity. An
elaborate and beautiful display of elec
tric lights, which is also the result of
Mr. Tyler's work, adds greatly to the
$2.50 Gold Necklaces Free, at
As an Incentive to have juvenile pic
tures made befoio the coming holiday
season, Scluiever will present, with
his compliments, a dainty child's gold
necklace with every order for children's
photographs if the order is given bo
tween September 20 and October 20.
Distribution limited to 1,000; first come.
Dr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases of
women a specialty, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.; 7 to S.30
The middleman's pro
fit by purchasing your
umbiellas or parasols
direct from tlie manu
facturer. Special in
ducements just now
in older to clear out
our stock picparatory
to making up our
Christmas line. We
ai e the only exclusive umbiclla manu
facture! s in the city.
SCRANTON UMBRELLA MANU
313 SPUL'CK STREET.
n H ft u tt r, g kg tt
We have dry, clem, Old Oats.
Old Oats are much better
Higher in pricebut
"You pay your money and
take your choice."
Mill& Grain Co
Call us by phono;
Old Gieen Ridge, 31-2.
' We have an immense line of Den
nison's Imperial Tissue Paper, just
the grades and shades that make de
sirable outing hats. We have stocked
up on the most durable shades for
hats, namely! black, white and three
different shades of red, We have
the complete line of colors which
have become so well known for dec
Ten Dollars for Guesses
' , u .
Vlio ran tinmd the whiticr in The f
Tiiuutip's Kditcaiionai Contest una
tell tho iihmbof of points' he or she
will have? ,
First Prize $5.00 In Gold.
Next Three $1.00 each.
Next Two f0 cents each.
Next Four 25 cents each
TOTAL Ten Prizes, Ten Dollars!'
Cut out tlie 'coupon below, fill It In,
and send (o "Scrnntnu Tilbune, Scran
ton, Pn Clticssing Contest,"
Thursday, Sept, IS.
I think the winner of The Tiib
unc's Edticntloual Contest will ba
No. of points
Cut out this lower coupon only.
Cut This Out
With every purchase of SI or
Good for Sept. 19, 20 nnd 22.
Opposite Connell Building.
134 N. WASHINGTON AVE.
The Title ;
Fays 3 per cent, interest on deposit!
Becomes Surety, Acts as Trustee,
Offers for sale high-class
Securities paying 5 per cen
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
L. A. WATTIES President
F. L. PHILLIPS.
Third Vice-President nnd Treasurer
Abium Nesbitt. Thomas E. Jones.
William F. TTallstead.
O. S. Johnson. Thomas H. Watklns,
L. A. Watres.
Are the best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Also a full line of Brushes
Bittenbender & E
126-128 Franklin Ave.
DR. PUKJV1AN. OSTEOPATH.
Can ho consulted frco nf chuigo
mornings, at Ml Linden street,,
nf lei noons, IKiO X. Washington ave.
Hotel Jermyn BulJdIng.
tf .,?$ -v
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