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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VITT. NO. 2100. UKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, AUGUST 25, 1890. TWO CRNTB AWAITING THE ANSWER Ihe Terre Haute Meeting Stil m Progress. A TIE ALBAN Kmulojua un Many Honda Centering I City May do Out An of the J'etlerutlon Conferctic Awaited with Noteu. TKKIIE HAI it lud Aug All da Saturday the laboi leaders were In secre consultation concerning the New Yor Central utujie Ihe gentlemen presen weit jfiank P buryeut, president and chle of the liii tberbood of I oeomotive Fire- men J, J Hanahan gland master of th same order Eugene Deb, giand seeretar and treasurer of the same George W How aril, vice president of the council an grand chief of the Brotherhood of Cou duotoru Geoige Lovejo) assistant gran.' chief of the same order S E Wilkinson grand master of the Railway Trainmen with W illium bheohau bis gland societal an J trpaRrtrrr- P H the vice (rand of the trainmen Fran Bween) grand master John vice grmnd master, and John Hall, grand or all -of the Switchmen's AW association and J J Nelson Lore- joy and Nelson took the places of the tw grand officers of the conductors' assocla. lion, who were In coming from Lot Angeles, Cal Mr Howard selectee Nelson and Lovcjoy a.s alternates A linrmonluus Conference. The couferrees were in harmony but re- fined out their conclusions At late hour Saturday night they adjournec until 9 a m today and have been in sea- all the morning There is rea- son for believ ing that before sundown to day Mr Powdorly will have received th decision of the Federation of Railwaj Em ploves upon his request for lo aid him In the battle of the o Tjibor with the New York Central road. Three Coumev Before Them There are throe courses open to the fed (ration It can call out its members thereby increase the numerical proportion the attacking army it can present a bil of grievances of its own to Vico Preslden ebb and his associates and thus harasi the enemy on its flank, or It can make thi cause of the knlghu its own by affordlnj them material assistance and sustentanc u long as the struggle continues The ac- tion so far taken by the supreme counci ihol any- one of the three methods will be adopted while a guess as to the particular one would be aud misleading They Will V.t a Kar. Certain it is at least that the federation does not propose to turn a deaf ear to the appeal of us brother organization Tha ioclcarU iiulrcitcd bv the tone of Sargent's dispatch to Powderly Saturday night which follows The supreme cfuncl! lias been m sessional day bull IPI lal JH has yet h-crn reaehed We are DOW aw iltiup; important aivict-s The ooun cil full} jour p HtMn aud the poiltlon of your orler anl u ma} be assured tba: your interests will r cue ilue consideration. You wlli be ajiuid of further devel opments If tho counci-} finds that it cannot out its men without overriding the const! tution ft will without question come To the relief of the knights in some other waj that haa yet to be determined A Blockade Uroken. Al BANT, Aug 25 Karners a few trains of general merchandise are stll but one of these was moved oul Sunday At West Albany the blockade has certainly been broken The first week of the strike there was not a clear track, the passenger track Today it was found that there was as many as eight side tracks completely cleared, while tho two freight tracks used for through freight are both in use Tho_freigkt trains being run through arp. the largest since the strike began Al W est Albany jebterday a tram of empties were run into a ditch by a new switchman who turned his switch the wrong way It took two yard engines a daj to clear up the debris The Situation Is Serlotu The situation here today is more critical than at any stage since the strike began, it ij -altogether probable that bjr BOOH railroad running into this city will be tied up These roads are the New Central, W est Shore Delaware and Hud ion, Boston and Albanj and Fltchburg roads. The Central and Delaware and Hudson are now crippled One of thu prominent of District Assem- bly Xo 48 said this morning The Fitch burg aud Boston and Albany oantlnueto roll Outjul freight and we shall shut them down Pmkerton has dispatched fifty of his men to Rotterdam Junction, wheio tL... West Shoie and Fitchourg roads connect It is thought there will be trouble at that point Will TU Up D and H Mr Hammond superintendent of the Delaware and Hudson was asked if it was true that men were brought from Canada to take the strikers places He said the story was false in every particular but in light of future developments his an looked jjueer' He telegraphed to Chief of Police illartl BstlnarforpalUse protection as hp expected to move freight trains with new men toila) The strikers that il the attempt Is made with scabs the whole road nil! be tied up They say that the Central his promised to supply men if the Delaware and Hudson Is tied up but this looked upon IIT a good joke, as the Centi al has not men enough to run their own road Heiidqiuutrig at New York NEW YORK, Aug 25 -General Master Workman Powdery, Secretary Hayes and John Devlin of the of the Knights nf Ijibor, have gone to Albany, where Mr Powderly will address a mass meeting to night The board will be lolnad I'OW'IEII .Absolutely Pure. A of tartur billing powder Mt of All in laavenung tlitngth. U. 8. f, JS39.; ai Aiuaii) i) J J II II n il H ins lien detldi i t j iHtabhsh I t t j uu i ri I eio ti conduit the oj niti ns f the xlnk In teiei-t now ee il is in the n 11 t it Dis trlet Asseinl Ij ul h K I n belli at Albanj It ix tint, I ml i h-iem thai the general e mm il vv ill iisui je( 1 ir atiou indorsliie, the MI ike I llilinliil emplojd hut it i, ii t etui that a Xcnenil tie up will At the meeting of tie entnl Labor union in C I in n ion hill i 1 LV after noon a n ew i k I elitlitl llllnud w i--i i jpused and ipprivid It aims to upinv tu the 11 ill sjstim the so mliitie ibiucd) of by the feeieial govurmneiit w hieh would then ul eitite the ut the eost of the companj ASHI i ,IUN Au.i n_n-.simn Quinn, of New 01 k e i empl ites ottering a resi hit! in inviting ib Uei turn of this judiel irv i jiunutttt f tlie 1 mac to the employment of arm il ill truiui without waiiaut of law in the New orl. strikes Ibe rebolllUon dneets tin i mnilttee to consider what rjn be framed without exeeelmg tin hunts of federal power, to prevent h oee inuues at, the recent Indiscriminate shootmj., ut Albany Mr Qiilun wanted to offer the resolutiyu illspoHi d to throw cold water ou the plan The speaker intimated that the proper form to put the matter in was the form of a bill which would be referred to the Judi clary committee Judge Cnlbepion of Texas who is on the committee however assured Mr Quinn that his resolution was eminently proper and he will probiblj introduce it today Ihere is some doubt if tha object sought can be reiched b) federal legisla tion but Mr Quinn believes it will have a health) effect in develjping p iblic opin ion to have the subject brj igbt up in con grew They Will >ot Arbitrate lex. Aug 23 There Is reason to believe that a strike will be in augurated on the Southern Pacific by the Brotherhood of Locomotive I-ngiueers Four engineers were reientlj discharged for what the companj considered cause and some of them were reinstated The engineers then demanded piv for the time they were lai 1 off which was, re fused. After full dlscussi n of the matter between General Managi r Ixruttachmitt and the grievance commute e the companj offered to arbitrate tt f jn but the engineers would not to thin and the iffair looks squall) The whole matter has hern referred to Presi lent Huntmgton for his decision ShoulJ he sustain the position of the general manager the men will go out It lellwetn Cjlleil Xagatkar ST I'ML Aug An official bulletin. has been Issued by the Brotherhood of Lo- comotive Engineers in 1 Trainmen and the Switchmen s Mutu il Aid association, embrai ins every branch if the train sen ice In Minnesota the Dikotas Montana and W ashlugton cilling i meeting for Sunday, Aug 31 at imacher s hall While the presumption Is that the meet ing in In formation with the eastern rail way strike there is nothing to bear it out THE BASEBALL WORLD American Ahftoclatlon AlHt Lout" Luuin n i Louisville "1 Bafcelits tyiis U L< ildtrllle, 10 Enors St Louh J liUvi If liattprip-, Itart and AtToleilj- Tulel Colin i( Bi. It. T d ll Ljlumbus 9 Errors Tol 4 t Mliiiubuu J Batteries Cushman and haai Lhambeilalu and O Oouuor nf tlin Clubs. LI W L P (.t W L. P Ct Btntnn rjHiphJaJs SI S JM Rr hivu ft 44 Ii 44" 1 rk V 41 Irr.Ja 3 41 M 40 LI ed )0 4 '44 iffaL fti (JD NAIIOV LfAGLE. ft P Ct Biu klju b M M 4" S35 B u 61 W Sew York 45 5 441 II l-trl a 0 014 Herein J Si   Pittobui 0 100 ASSOCIATION I- T tt W L. p Ct. snlle ii 6511 r 49 46 M 41 49 45 521 ii'is 1 'SSSvraeuae 88 54 411 IKC 4J 45 2J 71 ATI ANTIC VT1O1? L r Ct W L. P Ct m re M Lebanon 4J 4J 500 N Hovrn W M Hnrrlub It tf isi St .jl 41 554 !hn gt n J6i Mftren Amemblymen Hlnehtlgted. Aug J5 executive board jf tlie State U'orkingmen s Assembly aud the legislative committee of tho same met ndn) afti moon to prepare their annual ord of the attitude of the -it-s irrbly of the litsl session 1n risgard to the virlous bills whosa passage was. fa- ore Hi} the w orklng people Tbe ID- luled the weekly paj flient friiiiai> In specters Imt making in prisons estaibllsh mp state printing office ballot reform and general registration bllln Sixty six mem bers for seven 01 more and 'ortj seven for flve Fifteen members are jlncklmtcd as frillowij Otsego Groat, Wayne, Gulbard Clinton, Johnson, Wyoming King, Lewis and Mul aney New York Mftge Dlltchess, Mo- knight, Rensselaer Mitthall Jefferson Pace Albany PUi-ron, Suffolk, Selleck Oswego, TbafoHow- ngseien for all nine if thp Irtor bills Connolly Hattner, Kerrl (jin John Martin and Suiter, New York Kiee Ulster Endros, Erie Thu Cmnp Meeting at Ocean Grove. Asm UT PMiK N J, Aug people assembled at tie various, ncotlngs of the annual camp meeting at Ocean Grove Sunday, t he gsShering: n Its history Among tho prominent legmen officiating wore Revs. S M. Vernon of Pa T L Piwilson, of Brooklyn H W Lawrence of New- York, D B rpdegrnff, of Mount 0 W I, S .Murray, rtf Hel ind G W Miller of Kansas Citj. The ilcrgv piesent repiesented every sfj ite in .he Lnion llnrneil the Victim s NiosiHi, Mo Aug hew 1 of hiitlei riiomni coloied who has 1'ieon musing since Monday was found burin 1 }n flplrt His arms uncl legs were lln thlek bnivli patch near hit house and the mdy in a Held where a fire had been bin It he murderer had tried to burn the corps all the parts were literally roasted horn is had two sons and two djumhtMs narlj drown, and these and his wife ari uspetted and have been arrested Inrce SURRI- Mllln Rnrned WICHITA, Kan AuK 25 -rim igar mills at Ness City, Ness county vhich were erected three years ago at ost of 1100 000 have been completely de troyed by flre, with all their Valuable hinery The flre is supposed to have been f an incendiary origin Tha mills were nsured for about Ii it not to Dome extent your own fanlt th tt onr children seek recreation ontatile of mlly circle t Why not farnlah tfcem amnwe- lent at hornet Why not treat them at homo to a moh as Hi {toot r LIKE THE M'GLYNN CASE. Dr Burtsell Suspended from His Priestly Functions WAS >01 10 KONDOU. The Time Given Him to Hal mill .Still UunmluH Silent. Liide-r the Bit, for Afflllutlun w the Ilev Dr Edward MoGlynu YOHK Aug K> Ihe states that the Her Dr Richard I alor Burtsell, late pitstor of the Church of the rpiphaciy, who was removed from his charge on ac count of his expressud svmpith) with the excommunicated prltut Di McMb-un hog been temporarily suspended from the exer chie of hU funotions a Koman Catholic priest in the dloceie of New York Ihe de( ijluu- tha in IH v in effect t-hat the doctor should be removed from his pastorate at the Church of the Epiphanv and make an apoloKy or retrac- tion for his action to the archbishop He WBO in which to do the warning that if he failed to give evidence of his penitence within the allotted time a sentence of temporary suspension ihould be passed. >ut Offend Konilimt Parish. It hi not trun that Dr Burtsell of the parbsh of Kondout. He was ply removed from Church of Epiphany and Dr Fendtrgast, of Eondout, appointed In his place Dr BurUell will never again take charge of uny church within the diocese of Archbishop Corrlgan, Should he comply with the demanded of him by Rome he will be re- habilitated and sent to another diocese, In accordance with the general custom of the church in regard to priests who have been suspended Tha Case of McGlvnn Official news relatbe to Dr Burtsell'i sentence haa onl} Jutt reached New York and Ii for the first time given herewith. Now that the doctor has refused to comply with the mandate of thi propaganda thert are many points in common between position at regards tha ohureh and that of Di MoOlynn Both their are now entirely out of the of Archbishop Corrigan, and the only tribunal with which either of them can deal in the fu tura IB the propaganda. In the future the archbishop will have no more to do with either tSvm he would have witfc affairs of any priest outside his diocese, Living M a Private Citizen. Ihe news oTTSr "BurSeire nuspension will be a surprise to his many friends in the laity It was supposed from the manner in which he took his punish uient that ho had all required him For the past three weeks Dr Burtsell haa been Ih ing as a private "Itizen with friends on Clinton place and at Lake Mahopao and one or two other places If he has said mass during that time in or near New lork, it has been done with great secrecy, and no Instance is known of his having performed his priestlj functions since his departuref rom the Church of the Epiphany Tn order to perform prlejtly duties out- side of this diocese he will have to receive permlnJlon of the bishop in whose charge the church where ctlabrates L) located Dr McGlvnn continued some little time after his suspension to perform some of his functions -and it la possible- that Dr -Burt- sell may hav e taken the same view of the of his suspension. It is stated on the highest authority, however that the decree of the propaganda la in other dioceses, although by its exact word ing It seams to be limited to New York Hletorr of thtt Dr Burtsell s present plight grew out of his defense of Father McGlynn s views and his advocacy of the right to burial in Cal- vary cemetery of John McGuire and a Miss Kelly both of whom were ardent mem bers of McGlynn s Anti Poverty society Archbishop Corrlgan decided to Dr Burtsell for Insubordination and the latter to. rfili collogp of rarcTin at Koine Dr Burtsell made a moat elab- orate defense, but the matter was against him and he waa notified that he must comply with original requirements and relinquish the rectorship of the Chumh of the Epiphaay He Must Apologtre. There v ere further requirements which were not made public at the time one of -which WPS an apology for the scandal caused by the priest's adherence to the tenets of an excommunicated cleric Dr Burfe.ll announced his departure to his flock the last Sunday in July at all the masses Crowds ofjils parishioners flocked to the services on that _day Strong men, women and otrtldren at the touching words of farewell addressed to them by their pastor "Always be faithful to Mother Church he said again and again His parishioners gave him a purse con t-ainlng Abnllf 000, thp prRsentnHnp beiflQ made a week ago at the Academy of Music. Killed by a MadJIorse, WicniTA, Kau Aug "35 A farmer named H A Smith was killed on hla place near Mulvaney yesterday by a mad iiorse Smith was tying up the brute when the latter turned on him, him bj the shoulder aud threw him down Just then the barn door olossd, shutting ol-eaeape horse vlel- onsly attacked the man, biting, pawing -and kicking until Smith seUed a club and with it killed his horse was so badly exhausted, however, that he died shortly after being discovered, when he had just strength enough to tell of the flght A Fire In a Paterson Planing Mill. PATERSOV, Aug US general alarm of flre was sent out Sunday morning for a flre in Thrift Son's planing mills on Straight Street The flames soon communicated to all parts of the mill, which was destrojed with the machinery, Involving a loss of about 110 000 The firemen prevented the flames from commnlcatlng to the big lum ber yard adjoining The loss is covered by Insurance The flre is supposed to have originated in the boiler room The rainier Missing LAFAI FTTF Ind Aug 2ri G Stockton cashier of the Wabash freight office in this citv is missing Tailing to report for duty an Investigation was in augurated and Is still In progress Bo far shortage is suld to amount to IJ 000 A month ago his accounts were checked up and found to be correct Stockton waa an expart artountant but it is said was in fatuated with poker An Offer to Svrlmmm Dulton 1 ho-Hi e e one the leading sp H ting mid t hcatricnl papers offers to ghp to Davis Dalton if he Is able to accomplish tlie feat of swimming from Cape t> Dover whiih the late Capt Webb waa the first to perform people have perfectly pure blood And yet til dlHflgurlnfr. eruptions are easily removed by the use of Ayer s "arsaparllla Try It and surprise your friends with the result PACKINGTOWN TIED UP Nearly M (100 Mi n Idlu In tin Clihrtyo St tk LHK v i MI HI d H 000 men u t i j i uil> o it 1 j mmil in the k u Is ou i t tin strike of the ai I l m n i f the Rallw -IVMI Inn, ass e i i Iltli atnko cuiiUM iej ut 1 i t Ij J1 J u I b in idlbinis fi m th K u uu-. that wele In ke i Into the ill K i ll i vurlc ua ralli i 1 1 i 4 nut a I i> tuuibd in I i k u i i i uu ble tu feet i t --h P their I I i e LJU k era afti r 1 i 1 up t i -.t r igt ca[ ant) VM f i ii hi) I1 1 H f of their nun i u itliutHasM.1 L IL.! work ro l me reiii ilntler 1 (Jue hi [I tlliel t in lefl i etna b) h ind s us to ei abU thi L t ut a big eoliblgunient of beef 1 Ul i t nit their mui ton he 1 the euis tt nue set Up v, a rrr Lj eti.Lif them into th jacking boll lei le a fusllmle i f euu] pins an i f-, Vn other firm Is Mi jrt of coal and the _bloe_kiule is in vulj s end elitllelj Hui dreils of ears f f are n tit Hide tiueki an 1 unkfan t b u will sp II st k v ir Is u wl are thus thr u n ut jf t I} the strike t the t t .ALU r Tlie ruilw fiv ei iiitendentH n fcrcneedec.1 led n te pccodu u the de- mands of the engineers but re Mlllng to give the firemen a slight say if the strike is not settled be re t lav they will put an etui to the nwil h ing association in 1 return to tie ul 1 tern of switching engines MI 1 that are diroctlv responsible t the rail ways to vv hub belong It r rte 1 that the strikers have pract'ia j agind upon a conn loinise pri pofliti anl if their terms are adopted the) 11 gi to work toiliv The) are u take twenty five cents an hour for i DCIS an advance of om cent aud thirtou ynta an hour for firt n an an advance tf ne aud one-half cents In St imtt Hntl ASUIV, N ig ft J 'v it-m m to the >n of nlinost even tt i t Ibe will again red' initiate in tin se it thla week In conformity with tic inut lal agreement of Kepi bllcan aud I' i rattf leaders In the son ite Mr Aldrie it Is ox pee-ted will son c lay during th -viek ask that a day be five 1 for n final v era the bill The 1 n maj be in crrjpte 1 by the onfcrcn P report on the s u rirj en 11 lilt si- in 1 an agreement truth 1 thlsvvepK n the irrigation Vefa r r em In the hoii'.p lav ind W edi TJ lai I up already! rn "-et npirt for the ri ti n of the I u i rwrrth bill t lilt in fn' fte i i i I i v t( will be M M n i m at irt Tlnirs iiv and lu fjr 1 n uuht up by the t i on lab r mil this orlti wi 1 t bi 1 tf Dlllion mil O liriri (onnni. t rlid s V i Tl c del i i Linirrl'M in u h nor f J Ml and W flllirn Oil Ir i wis n point I f nm'iprs inH f -in Ihere wne i men In the n with b ind t i i lers innun f Tut wns 11 ten led is i tr J of svmpithvf i Mr Dillon m r trs} with Biahnp Du erth  t n-ore c f a char acter to eneoiiMge the Ir ,i jplt, in their recent politic il cni rs Mr billon m Ir blcLel jmrsiation of Bishop U Uvvrer lorty Tliounand In.l i Coining JsEW'iimK Aug ID Ir Imn igration is going to inerea-e v( ra liv vvitlnn the next three m nthi r 't e fnll irp of the potato er ps m Irt 1 SP r t irv Patrick McCoil of ti M MO i if tin Holj Rosarv vvh 1 k1- r Of the Irish Iminignit s air here be lleves that during r Njumbcraml Decemler fnllv 01 I un it- will come to Ympriea 1 gri-atl) exceed the totil Ir -h i i itlou of lb.Sl! The tt LONDON A.UX .1 I e[ ,e in bin let ter u ith nil Manning for the of Cur lnidl N sivsthit the lattir s de uh bus j.n grieved him Newman s earner lid one Ihe pope will pmj for e i of his soul Cnpt niuin-tt Sirl l Hint FliANkFORT Kv! a bar room fight In tbi cm i night at t R S Burnett t uiti 1 engimcr in charge of the K nt ICKJ- i ver improve ment wits stnbl id in tl itheidandin the back F nir in l made JUejluv K. Helier 11 ileheil BOSTON AIIJ HUM Kelleher the Boston midtllo weight iV! r the offer of the i l liib, of apolis, of d 00 i p ii i t i i light betnei n Kelleher anil the Bl> k 11 irl early in October Killed 111- Sun vtltl sluvu, Aug h a tailor living on Mir Mreet became angrj son M agedUjeirH aftcrni in n 1 luw a heavy pair of she irs at him P of the points entered the b n s s 1 i 1 he (lit 1 lait evening Ii tu commit sui cidc but is -now in Jill tlu I ip HI-UN M n im J Quinn f t ill w i i fills o it of thne fi im Mil iH- I! the lap in a H n i i 4 unit h 'n n Each h i I i i a v 11 n fi in the othex Ih in u 1 I unit utps SCUOI I" A Is that Impurity of thf 11 il which produces unsightly lumps or In tho neck, which causes f tinning if11? on tho ai-ins, legs, or feetf Bliirh (levdipi ulcors In tho eyes, nose oftpn r i bliiulnpss nr deafness, which Is the i r i (f plmjles cm cerous growths, or hum ri nlilch fistin Ing upon the lungs, c ui1- i consumption and death It Is tho most UK n nt of all s, and very few persons are i ntircly from It How Can It Be By taking Hood s flariirlrHla, which by the remarkable cures It bis accompllslicd has proven itself to bo i potent and jipculhr medicine for this dlsciso If you suffer from scrofula, try Hood s Siriipirtlli "Every spring my wilo ind children liivo my little three years old being a terrible suflrrer lust spring ho vvis mm miss of sores from heid to feet. 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SAN FRAHCISGO tl LOUISVILLE Kl W H 1 Tin lu Bint ulttinf MUrFKFIXr- CIll'AM tHOl OLATFM gunrantieil to betho finest maue in the L S will be found at CAMKirA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CS SOUTH t N IDS N J Fancv Fruits. lee (.ream, Cream Sodas, Mils bhaSeSj Lemonadi, l( alwavs on hand aud tilt I eNllhul un b( fhiii and made These an facts Prkes conveul put lor all _ Latest Novelties IK LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish Parasols At almost First Coat Prices along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umtm lias for tho hot we-athor one of which Sun Uinbrol- las every lady should have Also a new arrival nf new Fml rofdonea and FlonneiiiKs f tho vory fliuat material and workmanship at such pruos as nro bolow anything over hoard of Again, wo have rcunvod anothor big lot of HiOM boautifnl hildron a Hats and apq, for tho salo of whirh wo havo such a wtdo reputation aa thit Go to Wallii for a Child n Hat and it will look twice as hajulaouxa again juaL Dn_ad- count of the stylish hat! Just rnceivod throo cases moro of our famous tast Color 1'oaiory and many Nov cities for the vacation time i ,1 i n, OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Oar gooda am positively win-anted verj bolt. DELICIOUS STRENGTHENING TO THE NtKVES 4 BLST GOFS FARTHEST It i' 1 is i o'h i 1 efltds 11 tl st HOI I I I -I U Hill, pi II I I ,_.J.v 1 vt i. ft VNK I lilt '1 il. Ih in I lit t x III T it--l--.H lTiti i iv u, n. i h 1 NO.I I 111 It m Ike j Lrtiela r Vallao Hmpori .m i' iar cut 'OT Youmann' Oeleb-Hted Styles now ou Hale HAT 16 Stroet. IIAn TIILS MAN i iKvt his AMERICA: CL THINQ M) TAILORING wonll not rw rinth wild thiengi am o clothing thi Mm, Boyi anl wilk V TAILOR-MADE -CWHIN8 ic.o tau Onr SAMPLE OVKriCOATS {9 99, h and enr PAVPT E riHITS, rfAr" v u .v v I -i tU, asd 99 for Oiilelrtan and and M4Dr TO i ii ojin 11 tis it hn'-is IB r to etc l -wills, nghi oni? ts tl ST ii' !n P. h ill [A ilHiVi ij Trenton Flyg-omn Ico Co. I1 f A I ii1 l 1 1 JLiv I'i OF-ULLF.I) WA'II'R. 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