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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 11, 1915, Wellsville, New York                                 TS!!"'  Wostorn New* Voríi.—PaTtly «lôiiïy V tonight ahí Sunday. Cooler tonigjit.  - > 6ArVRDA)C ÔEPTEMÔBR 11, \  r  rî  fe If  li I  Svf,  ÍA  m  v„.  iA "k-k"  ■ jfj. ■i: •  T""  -EL *  'f' ■  4 . ■1  The World's Hows Through Bxcluslve Franchises With the Assooiftti^ l^rt^n^ the Americfta Fresf AuociftUtm  Two. Cents a Copy  ir...[.....■ ' . ,'.....''.....: . Iiiiiijiii^i nt I |11 riiiiiiijM wjfl ..................................iiiiiimimiiiiiiìW^^^^ .............. ji 11 . .......... i ii ................. iiii iniii  mtLSVILLE, HEW^XgüKK, H  "" ' . ■ /•'i' -•'I  -----^  Kieff and Odésk Man Goals for Southern Teuton Armies.  1" liSIÏ-.f.'i;^'  RUSSIANS STILL IN GALICIA.  Petrograd ÓfBpatch Announces That Kieff is Being Partially Evacuated, as a Precautionary Measure—Slavs Determined to Defend Strip of Qali* cla They Hold to the Lact.  London, Sept. 11—Kleff, the fortt (U>d city «Í European Russia, on Vio right buHk of thp Dnleaier. aucl Odes-su the big RUüülan port on the UTac^ Bea, are the main goals of the Soutíi-orn Au8tr(^Germa^\ arniios reports from the Russian theatre of war show.  la their effort to gain the road for 111« fonni>r point the Toiieyn» urn V.ir-iously attacking the liuRÎuan ílefeud-crs. Some gain in this, diroctjou was fuade according to th»; oillclal Aus-irain staiemoiu by the forcing of thé KuBslans over the Stndel lowlands.  A despatcli from Petrograd announc-iHl that Kieff is being iwirtialiy evac-tiatod, though it is ernphasizi-d th^J this step Is merely a precautionary measure and that it would be "premature" to consider the Kieff-Dnieper line endangered. The removal of a number of institutions has begun, iiowever, with a \1{'W to facilitating miliary operations in ca.se the city Fhould be seriously threatened.  To the norJh\v^)»t of Rovno. wnich form« one of ■ the ' ^conn'rs" of »he Vollryian fortre«.'* triaiivrlp. the Gof-man force.-« whirh toolt nrest-Lifov.sk fire pushing ea-^tward to the raUroad point of Sarny, the capture of which would Kivo them the starting point m the railroad to Kieil about 200 niilos eartsvHrU. Ov.-ir.rx to thcmarphy l atiire of thi.'^ reirion, however, fight-in<î i.s e,xtreMîp!y difJicult and the progress proportionately .slow.  Meanwhilv>. the fiuhtinp; in Galicia continues v/ith diminished stubh- in-noss. Apparently, the Austro-Ger-mann have not yet recovered from the blow the RussianH struck ât them thi> very day the czar look the chief command of his arniie.s. • The. Austrian .itatemont speaks of Hu.'isian reinforcements which nhowr. that Slavs, in po.ssc.ssIon of fair com-  mutllcation» ana completely intact, are determined to defend the strip of Oalicla they still hold, to the last.  BRmSH GRIP PERSIAN PORT  City of 15,000 When Killing of Officer« Is Unpunished.  London, Sept. 11.—Because of the killing of two British oñicer» near •iiUHhlre, Persia, and the-failure of the Persian government to puniah the tribal chief» concerned in the affair, who, it is declared, were jisaisted by Germans, Dushire, a citv of upward of 15,üüü population, on the Peraiun gulf, was occupied by the British without oppoBition on Aug. 8, according to advices received by Router's Telegram company.  (Conditions in Persia are going From bad to woriie, the advices say. The gendarmerie are unpaid ah'd dlssatls íied and fighting i.s reported among the tribes outside of Kashan, between Teheran and Isphan.  I). S. AS A WOEtg MONETiCENTER;  Entente Financiers to Establls!i Creillts ot a BHIIon Dollars.  GOMMITTEF GETS A GREETING.  N&TIONiL DEFENSE  The Conference Will Probably be the Greatest Convention Ever Held In Washinaton.  ' Greece Discusses War Problems.  Athens, Sept. ll.--Oreece's decision as to her possible participation In the war on the side of the allies win not be known until the conrerencea begun between King Constantine ana his premier^ M. Venizelos, have come to R close. These conference» are <;xpect<^d to takp up considerable time.  It is 'ijeneraliy recognized, that the anti-war'.p.Trry has teen Htrengthened by ihc roccnt Uu:<siBn reverses, which have reduced to a considerable extent the valuation of the allie.<<' strength.  The crux of the situation in Grocce appears io be the fear that Bulgaria may be strengthened through the T.rf'sent conflict. -'—...........  Dutch Guards Shoot at Zeppelin.  Am.sterdar.1, Sept, 11.—The bode says it has born informed by its Rooendnnl correspondent that a r:?ppelin coming fro:n Heliiium and flyin>4 at a great heit^ht wa.'< shot at by Dutch frontier guards, wh«>reayon it immediately turned into a southerly direction.  Austrian Subs Stay In Port.  Rome, Sout. 11.—Austrian submarines have not appeared in the Adriatic since a month upo. They are powerless to evade the surveillance of the Italian torpedo craft.  POULTRY CENSUS JAILS HIM  WilHhlngton, 1). C.. Septembor 10.— Plans for the Conference of National Defeni.e, which will he held under the auspices of the National Defense 1/iague in, Washington, October . 4-7, immediately following the iGrand Army of t!ie Republic ÎCneampnient, are rapidly being complotod. Tho Navy League und the National FUtle As.sociatlttn are co-operating -with the -Rational Defonso i/eague In the conference. Représentative Julius Kahn. of C:il., ch'Alrnuin. and ^er«tor Robert P. »rouKSiird. of La., vice-ohalrniaii, of the Natonal Defense lyeagne, will - preside at- the sessions of the confer ence, wWcli will last' four days and at. ^vhlch will speak ^lie most prominent men of the United States.  The Conference on National Defense probably wilt be the greatest convention ever held In Washington. Thou-.sands of the Grand Amy .veterans ve._nMifiM.. t^he.J,>?ague ...tha.t.._„ .they ^vin remain in Washington to attenil the conference, after the O. A. R. encampment ends. A v<?ry large number of CongreSsSmen, members of State legislatures, mayors of cities, ftiTd O^hei-s have slgnlfled their inten-—t'f^T^^^^'belng -present at the confer  ence...........- "  It is expected that this conference -wili focus the-eyes of the .whole, country on the ipreparedness for National «refense agitation, «m-d- will have an iTrtportant eitèct on the action of grees at th-e.next se^skm for adteq«4te deienac mw»ur«». t  Wow^tt at0 going to talt^ a.^rotnl: neot part Ja the of. ^  ifonTereace, fMa^T NaUonal Befwae "  the  Farmers Usted In Suspect's Book Had Been Roboed.  Ijincaster, Pa., , Sept, 11, —Henry Kaffroth Js in the county prison await-inj: trial on a score of charges of chicken stealing.  In hia pocket was found a memorandum book in which >vas recorded a lonK list of farmers, with the number of chickens and ducks on each farm, llie diflVrent -roads-by wliich each of these farms could be reached were also described. Many of the farmers on his list were robbed of all their poultry.  for prei)aration Tor National Defense. Many of the ■writers^.say they, will" attend the conference,  A citizens committee of 5000 prominent '.Wiishingtonians has been ap-polut<!d to care for the local arrange menls for the conference, and tlie j)ress committee Includes j)ractlGally the whole membership of 'tlie Con gresslonal Press Gallery. --J[?roiii4€int. Wilson-, fornver President Taft and Roosevelt, and many other prominent men have been invited to speak at the conference.  Object of Conferenoe Is to Establish Credits So Normal Exproter». of U. S., the Wheat Men, Oat"Men~ana Ail Other Staple Producer« fAay Ex. -fi«rt Protiuct»,- 'Receiving- -Blllf " of Exchange Through London.  New York, Sept. 11.-—More tlmn 100 men from the financial centers of the country, representing the greatest financial institution» of the Unit ed States, extended a greeting, to the Anglo - French financial committee, which arrived on, the Lapland, la the library of J. P. Morgan.  Although the rece|ition was entire ]y ^social affair, "to' have the vlslt-ora^ieet tho men with whom thf>y are to confer," it was explained, the general agreement afterward was that It marked the debut of the United States as a world financial center. OUt of It soon as the method has been decided ijpon will come the establishment of credits of a minimum of a billion dollars, either by loan or In gome other form. No Detailed Statements to Be Made.  Pending formal meetings it was msido apparent that there will be no deuiiled statements mad©, but nevaral facts were emphasized by men who attended the conference,  The conference to be held to con sider the best way of meeting the present foreign exchange situation are not deslgn'-d to aid the allied nations in the purchase of more munitions of war. Those have been provided for and will continue to be paid for in cash.  The object is to establish credits so that the normal exporters of tho United States, tbe wbtmt men, the oats men; tho corn men, the cotton growers and all the other staple prtv,; duccr.s may export their products nctt only to the countrie."« at war. bnrt, to all other countries in the world, able to receive supplies, receiving therefore bills of exchange through the world's exchange c.enter. Ijondon, at the flxed price of |4.86Go for a pound sterling.  It is this vivid necessity for the producers of the United States', which has drawn all of the great bank« of the coimtry into an approval of the movement, Chicago, Cleveland. De. troit. St. Louis, New Orleans, Cincinnati. Kansiis City, the cities of the far West are just as much concerned In the success of the plan as New Vork, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Baltimore and Buffalo and the Eastern cities—it whs for that reason that all were represented.  No plan was agreed upon and only a tentative program of operation.  The six members of the commission, four from England and two from Prance, but in reality they are representing Russia and _ Italy as well, will remain at tho Hotel Biltmore and this morning they will be«in their conferences,'  Members of the ^Commission.. It was not revealed that any committee of American business men will treat with them, but for tho tirst period ot their stay their conferences will be general, until the conaensus ot expert opinion has bi^en deter mined. This may take weeks, but, ul. timately, it Is expected that they will be successful.  The members of the commission are: Baron Reading, chief justice of England; Sir Edward Hopkinson Hol-den, managing director ot the l^on don City & Midland bank of lx)ndon,< Sir Henry Babblngton Smith. K. C. b., president of the National Bank of Turkey; Ernest Mallet, regent of the Ban k of Prance; Octave HomberR French banker and representatlvii of the French foreign office, and Basil B, Blackett of the British treasury.  Greenport, b. ,J„ Sept. ll.—Crfrt-land Brooks, who had beou hiccoughing more than nine mouihs, died in hiN hotiie here on TuesdBiy, the fact being suppressed until the funeral yesterday. The fatnlly wlabed to avoid the publicity that followed when ho flrat was afflicted:  A few days after ta«t t!hjan1csglvSng he was sent to-thi^-Brooklyii" hospital, local-pbysieiaBa being his hiccoughs. There ina?»y »clentlsts studied his case and dediiied t^at he was afflicted with tubercttloais ot the spine and that a crymbUn.? bone had pressed against certain rier?es in the spine, which caused perlddical twitching of the throat muBClei^ thus causing the, hiccoughs.  An operation wan found to be inadvisable,. BO after several months of treatment in the hospital his back and chest were placed Jp , a plaster cast, not to prevent the- hiccoughs, but to prevent the backbone from collapsing tinder Its dlsi^ased coiidi-^. tlon for as long a time as possible.  He was sent back to his home and had been in bed since, constiintly hiccoughing. His funeral came on his 31at birthday.  mm ÂLF0H80 OF 8PA19.  Seltev«« Alt NittioTt* WMI Iner«««* A«TM*m4int» After the War -End«.  »  SCHWAB GETS WAR THREATS  One Says Hi« Homit. WHI B« Blown Up—'F«mHy Le«v^.  Johnson. Pa. .Sept. 11.—Charles M. Schwab has received three letters, the last one recently, threatening to blow up his summer home, Imnaergrun, near Loretto, if he did not stop »hipping steel and other war joiaterial to Europe for the use ot tbe alUes;  The servants left hurriedly. Mrs. Schwab left several days ago, and the big mcuutaln mansion is closed right in iJ.s height of tha early au tumn social season, "i  The first of the letters was received early in the summer. It raid.- A ihort tiro" lftt'"r HevpTt' iv^lfge »«n appeared in the village: They hare been here all summer, spending much Oi their time at Immergrün. They sre detectives from a New-VTork bureau, according to report.».  John A. Schwab, father of the steel master, denied that hia son's life had been tlireatened.  Observations of United States weather bureau taken at 8 p.. m. y^terday follow: •  Temp. Weather  New York .......80 Clear  Al^ny .......... 74 Clear  Attantto CUy .....80 Clear  .V,...... 78 C1i»ar  8« , Clwr  Actress Wins a Point.  - New Ytirk, "Sept. ■ 1Y-vrsttr De Von; actress and artists' model, most wide^ iy "known by her pose for "Cherry Ripe," uhtll she sued Andre Cuneo, banker, for $50,000 for an alleged breach of promise to marry her, w«>n a point, in the-supreme. coi^t^wheFé  to Cuneo to have two separate trials one for "her suit tor a breach of prom isr and for the return of $8,000, at leged to have been Intruated by her to his keeping.  Population of N. Y. State. 9,773,817.  Albany. Sept. 11.—The total popu latlon ot New York .state is 9.773,817 according to figures submitted to the constitutional convention by Secretary of state Francis M. Huga While the offlcial sute census figures from all counties are not complete, it was said they were substantially correct New York city, has a population of 5,066.222.  OTHER DIPLBMATS MAYBE  Action to Be Taken Against Dóni' ba's Fellow Conspirators  piloto by Am«rlc«n Praf* Amoclstloo.  ANOTHER COLD  WAVE COMING  Washington, Sept. 10.—iNoar freoz ing weather in the Northwest is send Ing a eool wave to the rellej. of the ICaSt, where mid-summer temperatures have prevailed. Weafher Bureau forecasts said tonight that by tomor row night or Sunday It would be de cldedly cooler.  WILL SCORE BUTTER  SEPTEMBER 16TH  Educational Feature at the State Fair This Year fon Dairymen.  Consclenoe Gets Him Into Prison.  Mauch Chunk, Pa., Seupt. 11.—Pt)T assisting in robbinR the Jersey Central station at Nesquehonmg. Judge Barber sentenced Thonj«? . McPhllips of Nesquehoning to pay a fine of $100 and. servo 10 years in the Eastern penitentiary. McPhillips said his con-science worried him and confessed ta the robbery; declaring he was drunk.  Emigrants Had False Passports.  Rome, Sept. ll.~A dispatch from Naples says that the p<?licp, of that city have arrested five emigrants who were going to New York with fal.'^e passpdrtP. The authorities, discovered that there exists an organization fvr cIad«.''t!no emic;r5»lir^  The reciTRtly announced twIucatUin al scoring ot butter And chee.«(« at tlw Syracuse State Rilr will takB place at 11 o'clock Thursday, Sej> teinher 1«, in tho Dairy Building' al tho Stale Fair grounds. This exact tim« and place of meeting hn-s been fixed by tlie fair aitthoriti^H af ter a conference with the Cornell dairy stutlent's association, under who.so auspices tho scoring will be conducted.  Com^itent judgels havte been se cured and -they uill discuss tlie var-iatlon.s in tlie butter and cheese ox iiiblts, with their probable causes The Cornell association fwls tiiat tho average dairy ojierator may not bjavii {in oii|i>orUinity la connection with his own work, to compare products with those of other plants, and the purpose of tliis educational scor-ng, it is announce<l. is to give an opiM)rtunity for sucli a comi)ar|son and to ¡familiarize dairymen with the qualities which dairy products should ix>ssHss to conimnnd t)io best markets. • r  Tho dairy meeting 1« open to all who are in an.y way ihlertiste,! in the quality of butter or clieofi«, whether tiiey bo producers. . dealer,« or con stmiers., A special iwint is made by tiie fair authorities that all are. ih vited. hecaiiso the _ continuation of this educational feature in future years is Siiid to depend on the sue of tlio meeting announced for v^optenil>er Ifi. They urge, therefore, that a large number should be present to take part in this butter and cheese scoring.  VIENNA MAY IlilST PEHFIELD.  'is to fee tb»» intention of the Hungaflan gi^vièrntneicitl " ........ "  Washington Believe« Austria Will Promptly Acquiesce In Expressed Wi«h of United State«'and ^necalt Dr. Dumba—Von Papen'« Departure Would Also Plea«« Administration.  Wa8hlni#ton..Sept. 11.—The dismissal of Captain Frap» von Papon, military attache of tbe German embassy, and proceedings on the «barge of con. »piracy against Consul General Hub«r at New York and the editor of the Hungarian newspapers, Szababsag, are concurrences which may follow the administration's act »u reQuestlng the recall of Dr. Dumba, the Austrla-Hvmgarian ambassador to the United States.  It was strongly indicattd here Uiat the administration Is determined that, having charged Dr. Dumba with con spiring to disrupt American Industry^ action equally vigorous shall be taken, against those associated with him. e«»e« Not Yet Comptstea.  Such action cannot be taken at once, however, as tbe case la not yet complete as regards the other three men mentioned In the ambassador's letter to his government recommending the scheme by which be hoped the production of munltioiLs in tbe Bethlehem and other plants would be greatly reduced.  The state department is waiting to receive a copy of the memorandui^ drafted by the Hdngarian editor of the Szababsag, outlinging tho details of the plan recommended by Ambaa-widor Dumb«- Examination., oT thi» •docuTnem, which was enclosed by Dr^ Dnmba in his letter to Vienna, is expected to show just what It was planned to do in order to curtail the production of munitions.  As a matter of fact, there is good reason to b.elieve that the administration would be gratified if Captain vou Papen decided, or if Ambassador von Bernstorff decided for him. to take a vacation. It is understood that the departure would be welcomed as relieving this goveniment of another disagreeable dutj'.  There are many evidences that the policy of the administration with regard to what will he tolerated from foreign representatives in this country has been rapidcally changed. The slate department, it Is known, has through its own agents and those of the department of jn.fticp, gathered a great deal of interesting information regarding the. operations of persons interested in the perman and Aus-  Dumba Still In New Yörk.  New. Vork, t Sept. ll.—Dr, Dumba, the central flgure'in this government'» action against. illegitimate German and Austrian propaganda in tni» country, spent yesteijlay arid last night at the  St. Regis hoteL He was expected to leave for l^nox, Mas«., in the »It»r-noon, but did not get away and It was annouucRil by PrHice Hohenloe, lb« Austrian attache, who is staying wita Wm. that he would probably makatb«r trip today.  r-'MM  iMtä  Parrot Saves Five from Death.  New York. Sept. 11.—-To the Warning screeches of. a pet parrot is at-tributed the escape of Mr, and Mn. G, Basile and threi' small children from death by flrip. The fir« fttart«d in a three-story brick tenement on Columbia street, Brookly, and sprmud quickly, "Help, murder, poU€«,"ab4^ ed the parrot. Basile awoke to find the. rooms filled with smoke and th« flames. appaaring tbroug^-tbe-ttow».. ing. He carried hia wife and children to the street and awaken«A the other tenants.  New Qa« Guaher I« Stniek,  Clean, N. Y., Sept. 11.—The Ucm-tain Gas compAay o{ Roulette ban ArlUed in a new well on the farm at Trout Run. in what is prte^ù-ally a new vein and bas a g««M»r timt Is good for 1,000,000 feet a day. Mere welKare to be drilled in this kieallty in thi» hopes.of ^tartituE an jisdnstrlal^ boont }VDd t3i# opening of ise»f».pf«itft  %oftqwHo»« 'K i liiìi«. Catti«  Gulfpòrt. Mlaa., Sept. 11.-ha ve reach thls city of the deatb « numbsr of cattieon Cat isiand^^^ ^y mosqulloes; One <aittle òwnér % the uiiti}e ot Dedeaux is reported 4o have iDii^t 32 hea<t on Wolfè rlyiv account of mosquitoes. The dairyjBMMi ali report, a falHng off In ffiilk Stt]^^ -due to th« mosquito worry. ^ .  •  FLATS BRElH tWSAWrTY •  Illinois Alienist Sound« Toe«in Aflainwt Cramped Homes.  Chicago, Sept. 11.—Not feveryptm who lives in a stuffy city apartment becomes weak-minded, but tbe flange of losing reason threatens tbe flat dweller more than it does the one who livefi In a spacious house with plantr of yard room.  This is the ««sertion of Dr. E. J.  aciip^n against- any members of the diplomatic corps was taken on the basis of this information, as it  President Awaits Another German Note  Dlsappoliited anil Perplexed Ovei Reply on Arabic Case.  Washington, Sept. 11.—Disappointed and perplexed by Oornaany's note on -the Arabic's 'ca^e "adtiiintmiiaa-JigL  0««rtii of DyittufT« Clo«« Mill«. IWe,,Iowa, Sept 11.—The . JPalu Woolsti" intUs, wMch have been mak. I^a cioUt and blankats tor 60 bav© been toiwd  clals are.now looking ft)rward to xhe receipt of another German note on the submarine iWue, reported to have been handed Ambassador Ge^ rard.  While no word has been received from the ambaasador about a new «ate, tbe state department has -reason to l^Uev« that tha coiiuatttLication reported to have 1 been delivered,, is this oemsb govAmment's reply ,to ffoerml ^te of ^ United inwBaitine  loMtwa ^  partment tnat hJS government wa.s replying to the president's last uotf and that—It -was- hiij-.-uadiirstanding tbat It was favorable.  It was hoped here last night that the general note may afTord a better basis for satisfaction regarding. Oer many:? wttUudK , toward- th« subma rin*» issue-thatr-does-h^er note on thje  -srarBRT-eass:--------  According to the understandln|f, which has existed for some time, the German government has reached • definite decision as to the character of its response to the president's last note before the Arabic .incident occurred. The note could not be presented as plnnnc<l. as the United States government gavit Ambassador Bematorff to understand that before discussing tbe general question, U desired a statement from Berlin on ibe Arsbici e«*«, Thlt ba« now bees ' rewtfed,. a«d the ' way., is iStear- la tba jyresentemrols of tbe general note.  wa.s considered wiser to overlook cer. tain matters In the Intere.Ht of maintaining friendly relations with tne Germanic alliee.  Penfietd May Be Handed Passports.  Despite the fact that in official quar ters the friendly chanictor of the American note to Vienim- was pointed to a.s proof that no unpleasantnesB would result. It was no secret tlVat considerable anxiety existed among officials as to the corrcctueas of the United States' step. No word has yet been received from Ambassador I'enfleld and none is expected from him before toilay.or, tomorrow.  There is much anxiety to learn wtint reception the Vienna foreign office gave the note rpqtiectinR Dr, Dumba's recall, and what action, if ,any, it indicated that it would taxr. .  Confideuce i.^ expressed here ttiat the Aui-tro-HunjsBrian governmenrfill pmmpily acquiesce in the expre.ssed wish of the United Stales and recall .Jlr.- .........-...............-------------------  H ws8 admitted that it Is quite possible that the Vienna government may retalfate by handing Arnbas.'iador Pen-field his passportp. In fact, it was -^»fn^d from_.defl!Üt«: rcpwiK-thar thfp  Ninety per cent of the cases of in-sanltv among women are due io re-stnilnlng influences, according to t^ doctor: ^ ■  "Sitting around a sn)«il apartment, with trips to the back porch the only general form of exerclse, makes peo* pie lonely, then sick and then la* sane," he said;  " Carranza Declines Peace Proposal«.  El Paso, Sept. 11.—Carransa banded to United States Consul Silliman, at Vera Cn:z. his reply to the note <ff ih»^ Pan-American peace commission« ers. the constitutional consul w«« vised. The reply denies the right o£ the United States and the Pan-Amert-Clin commissioners to any partlciii#' lion in nistters referring to th^i" la-; temsl affairs of Mexico, It is said.  , , . ,1 ....  Egg» at-$i.25 « Doscn.  Pittsburg Sfpt ll.—McKeea Rock« hqusewive? were swlndled ' wbe^ % huckster sold them eggs bv the «ral^. *'at 18 cent5s a do|ten." After -takliq«  èra tonnd jayers of sand In thè ortt4Ml in-itead of èggs. There are SJ doji^ eggs In a, crate and the pum^taaerll found they psfd at the rate of fl.jMli _7  n tiORCn. Th» . polio» werfrT"  'milium  lïcï tbs «windlers had diSRpneaw^.  mm  THIS COUPON AND 98 CENTS  Will entitle the bearer to one iiaitdioiiie Ameriean Flag, siie Sx8 feet« upon pm-^ •entatlon at The HeiNirler Oflloe, Wellayllle, N. Y., for a 11mlt##. time ^only.  . 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