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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Hamilton, Ohio                                ESTABLISHED 1814 RIGID PRECAUTION AGAINST RIOTING Troops lo Rocks Guard Strike Zone EIGHTYTWO VKUHOXS IIAVK HBMY 1UT UMMMt AKHHS11 THE HAMILTON TELEGRAM 77 i I Retiring Admiral One of The Oldest of Our Sea Dogs All Entering The IMstHct of Disorder Arc Suircbcd For Weap Second Outbreak Prob able Associate IVcss Tclcgianil iPlFPSBimo Aug sec ohd day ot ho reign of marital law In McKces Rocks Ihe scene of Sun day nights turbulent disorders In ana about the plant of tttc Pressed Steel Car company augured well for a temporary truce or hostilities The arrival of additional State po lice had a Quieting effect uppnHio foreign sinkers and tholr sympath izers Pram now on mounled troopers anddeputy sheriffs will patrol Schoctiville anU tho car plant day and lijgiit Tendering well nigh itn liossiblo a recurrence of Sunday nights unrestrained violence An additional box car jail was prepared before dawn as tho two now in use iiro overcrowded with eightytwo prisoners file funerals of the rioters were held today In tho Greek Catholic church at McKees lioclts the strik ers attending Jn body To offset any demonstrations at the funer al of the strikers deputy sheriff mere present at the church and graveyard The bodies of Troopers lolin Smillli and John L VSilliains were Khlppcd to theirlate homes The Inir ialiof Depnty Shcrilf Harry JJxlei was ilso held early today Troojwr jWilliams just before he left Grecnsburg Pa said Follows J feel certain that something is goinj to happen to Roclis and for tho first time since I have joined the constabulary feel like tiirnih away from duty IJo was otic of ihe firsttofall Sunday night The sheriff slid that certain lines entering Schoenvillo will discontinue service temporarily today unless or der is restored In a room in an empty Iionst neiii Lioiit Smith o 4hQState polite lato last liis covered the hat of Trooper Wiilljams IfJeirt Smith said that was lerttherebythree1 Triei hidden in tlhohouse when pursue iy troops During ithepast jSJiours no per male or fetiiale lias entered or 16ft the strike zone without bolnj thoroughlysearched Weapoiis hnvi been taken ona few unaware o tho rigid examination that must he passed by all that enter or leave tli LAWYERS IN CONVENTION American Bar Association Opens Scs sion at Detroit lAssocialcil Iress Tclcsraml DETROIT Aug aimiin of the American Car Asso ciation opened here todaywith th reading of thepresidents address hj Frederick Lchnian of St Louis Among the delegates arc many o Americas leading lawycrsaiid amone the distiujjuishcd visitors is Sccrctar of War Dickinson JBTS KHMS Slokn Diamonds Kchirncil To Ci cinnati JIan OINCINNATf Aug 2IiJfaro i a iriiyslerytlian ever isiiie jewel rol Jjery al the Clifton home of Willran Bodomor manager of the hacfcma Hotel The affair is lmade nil lh more puzzling to the police by tih sudden return of itlhp stolen good in a most titievpcctcd fashion Tlio robbery occurred last Tiles day and it was reported to the po lice Monday evening by JJodcme that a imcssenger rang the door bcl Saturday al his home on place and liandcd in a package Th boy left wilhout comment ami lh package when opened was foun to contain every bit of stolen diamond pins and ring the whole valued al nbou 1700 Mr Bodomer said Tuesday that h lias not Iho slighcst idea as lo thv idCTtily of the robber nor what mo tive prompted the return of the Jewels whether it was remorse fright or somclhing JOHNSOX OOJHMXV Of Hmnllton Incorporated Al Ooltiin Tuesday KcpuMicanNcas Special COlvUMiBUS O Aug 21 The JohtKon Cosl Company of HamH ton was Incorporated today with 5000 capKal stock by Paul c John Clyde B Darragh BoyleMabel Kverson P Johnson Bank Clerk Arrested lAssocinlcil Iress TctcRram lOUISVILM Aug 24Fred G Miller assistant cashier of the Third National Hank of this city was arrest ed charged wild dollars embezzling live GREAT INTEREST IN BARRIHANS RETURN Railway Maguale Will Arrive This Aflernoon After a longer lean of sea service than any other officer now on th active Hsl of the United Sltacs navy Rear Admiral William T Swinbrnnc ocs on the retired list Ibis week b of the age limitation to service His retirement does not creak1 a va in lie list of admirals for the that bis is an extra mimbcr jaincd by eminent and conduct in battle in Ihe war will Spain when lie commanded the Helena Admiral Swinburne lia served his country afloat twcntysi years and four months in a total scr vice in the navy of fbi tythrce years llisinosl recent duty was performci president of the naval war collegi al Newport Before llial he com mandcd the Pacific sipiadron Admir al Swinburne was bom m Rhode Islavd HUNDREDS LOST IN WRECK OF STEAMER Serious Disaster la Harbor o Montevideo invb KXCUUSIOV IN lUpqits Put Loss of inin Jijl lo vSsc That Caused Accident Altimptm SiitcidL iAEsticiltCi Tress BURS03 Aug collision lictiwccn tnvo excursion samcrs al the euiranciof Montu video iKirbor today resulted in th drcivning of from 150 300 per sons mostly women and children The vessels were Ifie steamer Coluniyio carrying passen gers from 15neno5 Ay res lo Hie festi yal at Mcnlendeo anil a Osrniii steamer so ciBgrd in Uic loca passenger scRMce The latter wen so quickly that aH altcimpl al rccnc nore jiraoticatly hopeless U is said lhat the explain of th tierman steanier and a few of ti passengers were saved The cajitah liad to be retrained from coiuiui ting suicide HOXT AfKKK WITH Has Coliiiiiliiix After Him CCiIllliniJS O Aiis 2 Severn of Ihc city and1 U 1ODinvs in pailicular lake cxcop to the made artprubort by formor Ooverno James B lo ihn effect ll the doiialloti of riifllicis by Rock TcHcr lo the Wriirdi ttndeil to iianpcrlKO the church Ihal It smaller contrib ntors from giving In Uie nalure of things I ha could not be so said Mr Loom who is an officer of the stile Uapl Mr Icockfdlcr nove ccnvcJition makes any conlriljition lo cluwh orsauizalion or charily it is nccdicslcd Apart the of from 100 lo 100 per cent of th same being raised by other peo ple in other channels An for his boiint nppenj to Mr UocWefer i the same manner lhat a ItiiEiiic1 proposition docs that is lie nuis sec that the money will accomplis necessary All his vast bone vclcncos pass licrorc a man who for years has been m ipecial charge o Hits feature of Mr Kockfeilcrs ac tivities Ho tas the siffle confidcuct In Ihe jirdsmont rif ifiis man tfiit lie an engineer whom ho send out to survey a railroad ho dees not act unlil he has this mans report 0man C Hooper one of the of trustees of tho First Ha tlsit Church said lie coirti not speak or Ihe Baptist churches in general bill for their particular church the slMtemenl of not true The marrtbers of the Broad Rlreet Church ars giving more and giving nore freely than ever before in the history ot Hie InslituUon f he HIS All The Danger Spots Are Now Marked Out Associated Press Telegram WASHINGTON Aug 24For first time in history the South acilic ocean withAustralia and tlic vast Indies on one inarsin and South itrRa ami Panama on the oilier tODlCSIg At KntilUS Today AfC been portrayed by a pilol chart ssucd by the Navy Department hy drographic office Tlie chavl which lade its appearance loclay cotnbincs glance all those varied features ounlry Home In Itciidinevs For Aiiivnl of The Itlch Tliiil He Is SiiftViinj iTom Iiicur wlilu XKVf VOltK Aliff If lliiiiliuiin who is mailiiK Nciv Voilt Mni tin folloiving Mies SJIK l IhiAKKorliilvil Vress In HspoiiKi to n On Iho Strannr Kaisir Willuliu via wireless In Saffiiponnclt My cojidjtluii jrimil I mil going hack d Ardrn for mi nfteicure and to nKiiin ten jMJiuuls i left ul lio tiastcin fine Tlic cunditioii of Ihc American Tops makesllu outlook bright ttiiii business conditions for the future sate lels notices to mariners and in irine charts including steam ami Brilliant Work of Curliss The Amer liiiK routes average winds region of icebergs magnetic variations and ncation of wireless telegraph sta tlie Associart Ircs Tclcgrhm YORK Aug Although he Btcamor Kaiser AVTlholin 11 on which E II IlaiKmiii Is rotnrnhiK roni n trip to Ivuiopc in stjaroliof health slioid leach quarantine it will bo 4 ocloslc before Mr 11irrlman Is able to step ilhore at The steamers dock In Hdbokcn The Kaiser Wilhelm was mllea cast ot Nantuckel igithlp at a m today iVBW YORK August new coiinlry home to Wdirth B II llariiKKin irM Jjo taken direct Is on Tower Hill one of the highest mountains In 6ie llitinho range The ilia was creeled at acost of 2 000000 and is yet in process ot completion the HtHo Iowa of Ar den is in the heart of a dcliglufu part of Orange County just back of Nowfjnrgli at nn altitude where malaria can not reach That was ihnt tctcrniined IMr Jiarriinan choice of the spot Qn reaching New York Jlr Haiiiinan will be transrorred trom tlho steamer to a lender which will carry him directly to Ms car at the Eric fermiiui in Jersey City II isbut 18 miles put to Arden but a special train will be Rt the disposal of the trave wil he by rail to the very steps of Hio Hartfmaqi home At Aiden special will switched Mr Harrimans private roid This cliirlis to the top of tho mountain through a deep cut in Iho forest Al a where lhe accent becomes most precipitous a specially con tivnctcd car as large as an ordinary Iroley car and with gasoline icwails 4ho party It is placed on the cable car tlhat con neels Hie railroad wiWi mountaiti an incline When cable car been drjwn a perpenlicular flight up lie imffino the gaKolinc ca or railroad automobile will be run off the cabie c onto a specianj buvt narrov guage track whicl lo the very door of the imag natas mountain mansion Net only Jhave eltliorate prepnra been made for a comfortable Iranference of the invalid to his re treat but armies of workmen have ibccn driving nigJit ami day the labor of finishing thai relrCat All lasl night 500 men rushed tasks of fin ishing ami so itnr15 been for weeks Hut illii MIC plate is pronounced EO irvompltto lhat it can not he a ideal liospili1 for a rest cure nu cloie friends of Mr Ilarriman pre thai a forliiisht in the almos ihcre of this finishing work with i iicccssary nofee and bustle will be riiiMe siilficient to drive the mon RJH n nroa of rniroad nlnipation to the Ark Sen Ihe Slrcot tit Mssocialcd Telegram NMV YOIUv Aiiff A London cablegram states that E liarri snan is Eiiircring from stiffness o Iho vertebral eoriimn which is callti by Pielre nice of Paris Spomly rftlzpnicllque Itis a rare dis case and by most doctors is pro nounced incurable The story waftc from London is that Mr Harriman was rtrcmnnendcd to consult Br Hecrs in Vienna The latter claim thai the disease be cured Tht name is pronounced as it speller Bear In Vienna Mr Hnrrinun in auircd for a manwhose name was lo the common hcverag aail could nrt nmf him il firat He liieu consulted anoCicr speciriisl who t aisle him the direaso vas incur Tax Values The county commissioners as board of equalization have made an addition off to tho Coke Olio works making tho tolal valuatioon on lands and buildings for purposes of taxation about 4105000 Ti havo also added on the valui tion of Ihe steel plant at Coke Ott making a toinl valuation of o Joseph Spnadling laborer Coke Otto and liolh divorced Hughes Hnrry WIND INTERFERES WITH TOE AVIATORS it sea captniiis heretofore have had o seek in scattered books Olla While llic face of the chart is ivcn up to graphic features Ihe re crse is filled with instructions Tinted matter relating to the harbor acilities on Peru Chile and Tas naiiia and to series of replies to vari us that have been asked f Ihe liydropfraphic office Pilot harls of all the oceans except Ihc ndiiin arc now issued by the Hydro rapliic office MCARTHEY IN COLUMBUS Hamilton Theatrical Man At Man agers1 Meeling COLUMBUS O Auif in attendance of more than KKI mcm crs the Nalional Vaudeville Asso cialion of America whose luadquar tcrs are at Lexington Ky will meet in Columbus tomorrow The association comprises mana gers of vaudeville houses hi many slates and was formed more thana year ago for Ihc purpose of exchanj ng ideas on Ihc management oflhcir respective houses It has a member hip of more llian 300 members Tlic officers of Ihe assochliou are William A McSliaffcrly Mptiesscn Pa president Ray Andrews Mun ic liid vice president JjOuis If Ramsey Lexington Ky secretary Directors II S Vail Kostoria E McCarthcy Hamilton ami T D Murray of Lexington Ky The con will close wilh a bamnict Wednesday evening CANNOT RUN ON TWO TICKETS lUcpublicaiiNcws Special Aug 21 The Alb Injii fonmai opinion thct one been nom inMed1 by a regular party at Prim ary elecMoii lictd iindor Hie Dron son axl riiayvlhorWfter le nomin ated by u minbr parly or aii pendenl organization by pbllllou and Ira ve his name on the bxilfct a the regular election In more than one place CRAZED NEGRO IS SBOt AND BURNED Bill Way Run Amuck Jo Monroe La SHOT 21 CITIZENS BEFORE HE WAS SHOT DOWN Four Of The Injured Are Ih Serious Destroys Corpse Of Murderer In The Heart Of The Town Associated Tress Telegram MONROE LA Aug 24 crazed cilher by wliisky or from ilal cocaine Monroe today with a double birrclc firing1 inevcry dircctio Cilizcns rclurneilThc fire The fell dead after i receiving a score o Twentyone citizens injurci in the fight When Ihe negro fell his body dragged through the slrccls lo tin publicsquare where it was burni in the presence of severalllioiisam people Four of Ihc twentyone citi zcns shot arc in a serious condition Meadville Is Quiet XATCHEZ MASS Aug 24 Qnict prevails at Mcadvitlc toda and Sheriff Jones announced that In can cope with any trouble that ina arise because of the attempted assas sination of Krncsl Newman Chan Clerk Sunday night Squads o re patrolling the town Decree For Mrs Gould 1rcss Telegram W YORK Aug Hclei Kcllcy Gould obtained a final dccrci of divorce from Frank J Gould to day The Inlcrlocnlary decree wa signed May 20 this year There wa no opposition today when formal ap Sicitira for final papers was made llunied AVilh Molten Iron Richard Days employed in the foundry of II P Dnerscher company Hamilton The iron splashed from a ladel whicf Days was carrying niys lives Kast High slroet and Mill roid Postponed WORMOUS CROWD DISAP POINTED BY TUB AN NOUNCEMENT ican Makes Him Favorite For The International Cup Bui Betting is Light Associalti Press Tcliuiaiii KIIKIMS Aug the wind vcr ten metres a second thousands of persons who assembled on lielh ciy Field for Ihc third day of avia tion week were keenly disappointed when told that there would be no flights unlil the wind abated The brilliant performance last eve ling of Glenn II Curtiss Ihc Auicr Laii aviator makes him a favorite the big event of Ibe meeting of International Cup but ilicrc is little actualbelling Ihe THE GUNNISON TUNNEL Bore of Six Miles Completed in Great Irrigation Project in Colorado The great Gunmson Tunnel tlie irst project undertaken by the United Slilcs Government Uccbma ion Service work on which has been regressing slcadily for four and one jalf years is now completed and on September 23rd President Taft will visit the lincompahgrc Valley and personally open the gates of the Inn nel turning the How of the Guuni soii river into Ihe magnificently con liuclcd bore main and distributing Salvationists Leader Compelled To Retire by Age and Illness CDRTISSAEeOPLAill MADE FINE Jus Before Duik Night it is warfare against sin poverty is feared he will never again project anals of tliis enormous which will irrigate I50COO acres of choicest land now semiarid The Tunnel is located in Monlrosc County in the Uncom pahgrc Valley in Colorado The two gangs of men boring the tun nel met at 545 p mr July 6 1909 at i point 10812 feet from the intiJce on the Gunnison Kivcr The tunnel is 30600 feet six miles long 11x13 feet inside meas urement and lined throughout with cement The main canal is 30 feel wide at the bottom 83 feel wide al the top and the average depth of water is 10 feel The capacity is 1300 cubic feet of walcr per second The cost ol the luiincl and dis irilmliiVg canals when completed will beover and perpetual waterrights will be sold to aclual settlers at approximately per acre being based upon the actual cost of the tiinncl Ten years lime iviJl be illowcd for payment without interest The lands to be irrigated are suit able for fruitgrowing and Ihc rais ing of all kinds of farm crops The water after it leaves ihe tunnel will have 372 feet fall which can be used to generate electric power sufficient lo light every town and every farm house the Uncompahgrc Valley and provide for all kinds of commercial and industrial purposes The lauds under this project will afford homes for all time 10 come for a population of at least 25000 Ameri can citizens Already there arc three uodcrn enterprising and progressive Montrpsc Olallie and in the Valley and with he development of this vast acra other towns will undoubtedly come into existence to meet the rc cpiircineiila of the population liooth founder and head of the Sal vation Army to strike his colors hi II ible to take up the burden of th work which lie has borne for more than thirty years Among Ihc proposed projects which he has hail lo abandon arc a crusading tour of the liritish provinces and a visit to the United Slates General lioolh came lo America in 1907 receiving a most enthusiastic welcome from bis followers and other believers in the of the Salvation Army Oi April 10 of he present year the eightieth birthday of General lioolh iwas celebrated in London ami throughout the world wherever mem bers of the Salvation Army arc gath ered with many evidences of the rev rencc in which he is held by lii people ALWAYS CUTTING WHEAT The Worlds Harvest Never Ceases Wlieat Grows Thai there is little chance of famine in wheat is shown by the fol lowing table according lo which tlicr is not a day in Ihc year lhat a wheat crop is not being harvested in part of the world iScw Zealand Chile Argentine Republic February and Lgypt India r muiiu win ue uecpiy pai ApntLoivcr IjgyptTmlii Syria learn ofthe deathof Earl Cyprus Pcrsin Asa Minor Mexico Cuba Algeria Central Asia China Japan Morocco lina Sonlh Carolina Tennessee Vir ginia Kentucky K Utah Colorado Greece Maly Spain nk1 South at HltRilcs St of France aoutu tl0n grarinated from the Ohio of France Kngland New York Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Michi gan Illinois Iowa Wisconsin South ern Mnncsolii Nebraska Upper Can ada Romniuia Bulgaria Austria Hungary South of Russia Germany Switzerland Sonlh of Knglaml and Northern Min iicsota Dakota Manitoba Lower Canada Columbia Helgmm Holland Great Britain Denmark Poland Cc trnl Russia September and Sweden Norway North of Russia South Africa South There is a falling off In Ihe nnm i jui mil rung al tlie liad his loft foot severely burned port of New YorkPoland and Italy imolten Iron yesterday evening are now wilding the most and the figuresshow lhat while 28213 from these oonntrifS laudcd In nvfro 5Di 11 in Juno Hailing sight due lo infection of I lie eyes and the infirmities of age have compelled General William RAILWAYS WIN IN GROSSCUPS COURT Qd Injunction Against Com merce Commission i CASH WIlil NOW JO TO TIIK SU IKiiMK anna Victory For The liailrunds There UouM Strip Intelsuite Comnum of Most of Its Timers Press Telegram DIIIOAOO Aug perron neiit injunction sought by western railways against the Intcrilnte Com merce Commission in the famou Missouri rate case was grantedher today by Judges ClrosscMip Baker am Kolilsaat of the United Stales circui court Railroads in Ihe Missouri river case sought to have the Intcrstat Commerce CojiiinisKion enjoined icr mnncivtly from enforcing the orde of the commissionrelating to rates from the Atlantic sea board u iMissoiiri river cities The ortle sought crentcs a system of thrnngi rates from Ihe Atlantic sea board to Iho Missouri river dial were reduc tions from the sums of local rates Todays decision if sustained by th U 8 Supremecourtto which it wil bo taken power of will it is Iho intorslats limit t commerc commission to the sclUoineiU o cases of rale discrimination The many friends in his city an V will be deeply pained to LeSouri which occurred at Ihc home of hii parents the Rev and Mr LeSonrd of Irhana at oclock ycstordas afternoon attending ihi oontrtcied typhoid fin er which terminated in his N death yesterday al Ihe age of leyan University at Dslaware spring and waspreparing to enter Ihe University of Pennsylvania thii fall Last season Tic was noted as one of tho bjst foot fcill players the stsJc and his sad and iintime death has occnsfoncd the ilecpes sorrow A number from hero will at lend the funeral Is Dismissed The case of John H Unmilloii against Mary Hurr ami others has been dismissed and the costs It was an action for 250 and interestthe sc rcn and equitable r Tent Meetings In Sometville v I C Turner and wife of Mid at tue o win conduct 0w tent meeting al Srmierville 0 Jie sinning Wednesday August 25th to continue ten days They will be as tcd by other workers The meet ings will be held in IMossonis Park AVIATOU MAKES SIT UP piTd lUioi1 Jliokrii Hy Him Ho Goes His Machine Close of Dny Glcnn RHK1M3 Aug 2 urliss lie American aviator and M PauTijm Ijvlded itho hojiors o taii seccril lay of iivlallon weekthe FofniT fligihl just lit jqffl dusk in he lowered ipecd record for tho counii Wilitch s six Slid onefifth 6 min ilcs 33 25 seconds do Kitarinik o Impressive high altituie of 49 12 and 50 cspeclively In the enduisnce icut for tlio Prix De la Chanvpagiio Blue skies and glorious suniXno itll only a trace of wlnJ inrilo doal coiKJiltkms for ithis tho teccrd lay of atilatloii iveek iCiirtlss ueiTohiMnco began just if 1he 1rme limit for the slant ol Jie Prix Be La was ex piring when the American Whui iasls had abandoned ihope their Tcpresellteitlvis lake Mie Tcld AcivM tiro unbounded 1iie 1Yeneli spectators Blerlo ciriiy ii few winnlcs before had cppcl is seconds off Lefebvres record yesterday with his powerful olgijiy iorseiowcr monoplane Suddenly at one end of the Held a cry wenLYp The American is slanting All fey were stniinetl lo tWiLpaillicu lir point where Corllaud Flcl4 nifi op president of the Aero Club oC America and n crowd erf otlior ad mirers surrounded Curtis Wilh a preliminary run tho ground of 100 yardsMio mV Xiine rose nd Ehajby the tribunes at a lielght of CO was going al a terrific wilh tho wings level as a plane Curlisa niado Ihe lajt torn under tlio loken invnrezsioh tjjat Ihe fihirli lirio was closer He descended so eVareto earth Miat many Uibughtlic Ibiichel but perceiving his errorhe iiVqumt ed quickly and easily crowingtlje line majeslrcally the signal wa hoisted thatis a Tecbrd aid noi maclilno to Ilhe speed and to ay nioie In torestiiiK incident ol he vipiv he got of hte fallen riva3 strewn around the course It is the intenliifii of the Ameri can aviator how to await iciutly rtlliio InlcrnXtional event for the DcnnotCip Saturday for swhrtJh he fe again lhe favorjte after which he mill try for Iho Prix Do La Vitesse the final oftttiich will be contested on Sunday Faulliiin also made a reccrj in Kio endurance test today but Soanner CB Ijagfavge Cockburn Bunr Cebrqn baihaai Tlss ander Farmin fiuilifiefl irrtth liEhls varyingfrom 200 nctcii5 to lomclers ihe majority content ing Wicmselvcs with covering suffi cient distance to et wKihin the limit Takes Position In Tennessee Mrs Mattie Belle Jungcrman has accepted a position as teacher rif violin in a college near Tcnn IVobate Court Alex Hunter administrator of David Ucrlincr has been aittlioricd lo sell tlic slock of merchandise at private sale as a whole and for the highest price bid llicrctor regardless of the appraised value He has a casli offer of for Ihc slock Ie aays is the best he can gel for it Elnathan Ross administrator of Rebecca Norris lias filed a final ac count showing the reVcjpts and dis bursements to have been James Elliott has made application in the probate court for letters of administration upon Itic estate of James Wallcii Bond is offered in the sum of Lola 1 Bertaw guardian ofEarl A Bcrcaw and others hasreported to the probate court We pile of the real eslale 121S3 ticres in Union township to Bliphalot K andUUie A IJeeklcy for Thesalo was made today upon the guardians giving in Iho sum of with John 0 Brate John 1 Linlncr D w iorsuch and C sureties Mrs HwcRts Motlicr IXvl X 0 Sweat rcccUcd tho sari news this morning ofthe death of her mother whfch occurred in Penn sylvania ast evening The great telescope the Paris exposition of 1909 which WNVS built at a cost of is now of fered for sale by the receiver of the exposition at alxmt one tenth of its cost Its housing requires a building ISO feet long Three iblllion herring are cattuht onl of the Nojlh sea Atlintrrnlonc in iy nplhlnr ot ihr lest ot thn   

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