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   Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 24, 1911, Centralia, Washington                               9AOK 8 CENTRALIA WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911. JUAREZ, Mexico.. May lie ami associates hope to do for Mexico in the new era apparently opening for this country through the defeat of Diaz; why he will not, he (United Press, Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, May new Court of Commerce today en- joined the Interstate Commerce conl- mission from interfering with the sugar trust's arrangement with the New York railways whereby the The Federal Sugar Refinig Com- pany has been fighting, the case for years. The decision is said to be worth, a half-million dollars yearly to ilie trust. TO SPEAK ON RECIPROCITY (United Press, Leased Wire) BOSTON, Mass., May ing prayer in King's Chapel opened the regular meeting of the eighty- sixth anniversary week of the Amer- ican Unitarian Association today. Later in the forenoon Rev. A. M. Rihbany addressed the annual meet- ing of the Ministerial Union in Chan- ing Hall.' His subject Ori- ental- Christ in the Western World." The National Alliance met this at-, ternoon and listened to addresses by Rev.' A.' F. Well of Bellingham, Wash.; F. R. Griffin of Montreal, Rev. Elizabeth Padgett of Ruther- ford, N. J., and several others. The regular business of the of the American Unitarian Association As- sociation will be taken irp tomorrow. Daily sessions will be held during the week and the anniversary is ex-, pected to be one of the most memor- able ever held by the association. Some of the foremost ministers of WOMAN ON TRIAL FOR MURDER tne denomination in the United States, 'Canada and England will be (United Press, Leased Wire) BOSTON, Mass., May ate arrangements have been complet- ed for the annual banquet to be given tomorrow night by the Canadian Club of Boston. The guests of honor, and principal speakers will be Hon. Frank Oliver, Canadian Minist- er of the Interior, and Henry L. Stimson, the new Secretary of War. It is believed that they will have something to say regarding the pro- posed reciprocity agreement between the United States and Canada. Governor Foss and Mayor Fitzerald will also attend the banquet. Other invited guests include the presidents of the Canadian Clubs of Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, St. John, Montreal, Quebec, New York' and Philadelphia- should gain the presidency, become trust received an allowance for a tyrant, and whether the Mexican "fnrtnre" people are capable of a democratic government were discussed here to- day by Francisco 1. Madero, Jr., in a stnttiijeni to the United Press. UY rHANOlSCO I. MADERO, JR. 1911, by the United Slates Press Association I am sure we will not commit the faults of Diaz because those Belonging to our revolution are guided by the sentiments- of the highest patriotism and not by personal interests. Furth- ermore, the. people of Mexico will never again enduce a tyrant Having suffered for more than BO years the dire consequences of being deprived of the privi- leges of executing their poli- tical rights, the will not again permit themselves to be bereft of their rights. Your question whether I and my associates will be able to avoid Diaz' mistakes, whereby he was converted from a success- ful and patriotic revolutionist into a .tyrant, will be better answerable by public opinion than by me, because our honor and our patriotism can better be testified to by others than by ourselves. It is not I, but the Mexican nation which can best answer' the question whether, having gained, power, I am likely to convert myself into such a tyrany as Diaz. 1 You ask "Will the Mexican people be able to conduct their government similar to .the go1 1 Brnment of the American The constitution of Mexico is. very similar to the American constitution but Mexicans are not so accustomed to demo- cratic practices. The lead- ers of the new government be- ing true representatives of the jeojle, and having the welfare of the people at. heart, have no doubt that we will soon 'be able to solve the difficulties and the people be able to conduct our own government. I do not expect any diffi- culty in dealing with any party arising from the church. When I found the political platform I took care not to touch on any point connected with religious questions. I have thought that the necessities of this crisis were to regain liberty, the rights of citizens and to establish a democratic practice. After these are settled, repre- sentatives of the people will reach all necessary conclusions regarding religious and' other questions. In all questions we will limit ourselves only to carrying out the will of the people. The sympathy which America has manifested has demonstrat- ed that the revolution aided us greatly and will create in Mexico a which will bring us closer together as a people and will also bring the governments of Mexico and the United States closer. (United Press, Leased Wire) GOLDENDALE, May Sheriff Fred Smith upon information filed with prosecuting sey, arrested Owen Mathews and James Casey of Lyle yesterday charging them with selling Intoxicat- ing liquors. The men were placed under bonds, and will be re- quested to appear to Answer the charge in the term of court. Mr. Smith brought back with him a. barrel of labeled and unlabeled'wet goods'Said to contain a higher per- centage of alcohol than is permitted in near-beer sold in dry communities. Mathews conducts a near-beer hall at Lyle and Casey (s his assistant. UNITARIAN ANNIVERSARIES (United Press, Leased Wire) NEWARK, N. J., May siderable public interest is displayed in the case of Mrs. Camela Rignatella among the speakers. IN- MEMORY OP L'ENPANT WASHINGTON, D. May After many years of comparative ob- who was brought from her cell where jlivion, the memory of Major she has been confined for more than a year, and arraigned in court. today to stand trial for the alleged L' Enfant, the young French engin- eer who drew the plans for the city of Washington, was honored this af- murder Antorino. Thelternoou when the memorial erected killing occurred at the woman's j over his grave in the. Arlington na- bome in Montclair on April 24 ofitional cemetery was unveiled. Sev- l-.-.si year. She is said to have'can- eral addresses were made, among the fe.ssed the deed, explaining that she speakers being President Taft, Am- kiiied Antorino in defending herself [bassador Jusserand of France" and against his importunities to elope. [Senator Elibu Root. Cardinal Gib- Antorino was stabbed to death bons delivered the Invocation. The carving knife. Mrs.Pigna- memorial was unveiled by Miss explained to the detectives that Eleanor Carroll Morgan, great-grand- several years ago the dead (laughter of William Dudley -Diggs, 1 her attention. Both, friends of L' Enfant, and on whose eomiiiR farm in Prince George County, Mary- land, the body was interred prior to i- 1.1.1 the man's pro- being removed to Arlington last year., lope, made svcral weeks be- was that she would "There is no use giving you a five :check, my clear. My bank account, is overdrawn "Well, give it tn me, anyway. 'George. And, say, .make it fur ci. i want to pull it out. of my i.i had we.lded since i anrl the.1 woman declared (United PrnAs. Leased WASHINGTON, May Carnegie, whose' name is among the list of witnesses to be examined by the congressional committee appoint- ed to investigate the Steel trust, to- day voluntarily informed the com- mittee that he would be available to testify at any time the committee de- sired. The committee began its' investi- gation today and is being assisted by the Department of Justice and the Department of Labor. There are five democrats, all lawyers, on the com- mittee. Secretary Nagel, of the De- partment of Commerce and Labor testified today. STIMSON TAKES OFFICE (United Press, Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, May son took the oath of office of secre- tary of war today. PARIS, May Minister of War for France, Henri Maurice Bertean, was kiled in an awful man- ner by a runaway monoplane "yester- In the accident Premier An- tone Manuel Morris, with his young son, Antone Morris, and Henri Deutsche La Mourthe, an aged and leading, aviation patron, were also badly injured. Minister Bertean .was horribly mangled, one arm be- ing completely cut off by the revolv- ing fan of the machine as it struck the gronud. The ministerial party stood inside the .aviation inclosure as privileged spectators when the ma- chine became uncontrollable. Over one-quarter of a million'people wit- nessed the disaster. LEFT 145 DESCENDANTS (United Press, Leased Wire) WARSAW, May Pinchus Gonsarovsky, a prominent Jewish cit- izen of Warsaw, has died at the re- puted age of 120 years. He had 146 children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. SECEIUKD (United Press, Leased Wire) UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, May experienced a 'dis- tinct shock today when it became known that Arthur E. Lindborg, '12, of Portland, and Linda '11, of Spokane, had set up housekeeping in a 14th avenue home. Almost co- incident with this sensation, came the announcement that the couple had been married since September 16, 1910. Lindborg has been quite promin- ent in student affairs, being a cap- tain in the cadet regiment and secre- tary to Capt.W.T. Patten, command- ant. He has been residing for sever- al years in Lewis Hall, .the men's dormitory, and Miss Wilkie has lived in Clarke Hall, the women's dormi- tory. COMMENCEMENT AT STANFORD (United Press, Leased Wire) PALO ALTO, Gal., mencement at Leland Stanford uni- versity closed this morning with the graduation exercises. The address to the graduates was delivered' by Bishop Charles David Williams of Michigan. BRAIN STORM HIS DENFENSE (United Press, Leased Wire) -.WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., May 22. case of Corporal Lawrence Spohr. who is charged with the. mur- der, of Rosa O'Toole, came up for trial here today. Corporal Spohr is is a musician ant! marksman of Bat- tery G, .First United States Cost Ar- tillery, -stationed at' Fort Slocum. The murder of which he is accused occurred' here on the night of April 21. Spohr foumj the girl out walk- ing with a young railroad brakeman. Hefollowed them to their home, seri- ously wouhdea the man and then kill- ed the girl. It is understood his de- fense will, be that he had a "brain storm" at'the time of the shooting. BOILERMAKERS AT OMAHA (United Leased Wire) OMAHA, Neb., May Between three and four hundred representing many parts of the'Unit- ed States -and Canada, gathered in Omaha today of conven- tion of the International Boilermak- ers' Association. SESSION IN .ARKANSAS LITTLE'Rock, Ark., May members of the Arkansas'legislature assembled in special session today in pursuance of the call issued a week .ago by Governor Donaghey; The Governor will aks the legislature to an appropriation for complet- iqg the new papitol and also to pro- yidejfor a general revision of the reV- system, NATIONAL GOOD ROADS CON- GRESS BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May Delegates and visitors from many are pouring into Birmingham to attend the annual meeting of the National Good Roads Congress. It is believed that nearly two thousand delegates will be on hand when the gathering is called to order tomor- row by President A. C. Jackson of Chicago. The sessions of the con- gress will last four daMfe Govern- ors, members of congress, mayors of cities and other persons of promin- ence will be among the. speakers. The student of American -history was holding, forth. "I am a great admirer of Grant." he said. "I am convinced that he was one of the greatest men we ever had." quit your replied the base- ball fan. "Lobert can put it all over Grant. We got the big end of that trade, all right.'.' you see any sea ser- pents on your trip over? No, I didn't drink a drop during the whole voyage. Some people are so superstitious that you can't convince them they shouldn't put nff till Saturday what they can do on Friday. Many a man goes down hill, and then tries to blame It on the law of gravitation. TO DEDICATE S8.OOO.OOO LIBRARY (United Press, Leased Wire) NEW YORK, May pro- gramme for the dedication of New York's .public library, at Fifth Avenue and Forty-second street, has been completed in all its .details. The exercises will be held tomorrow afternoon. The speakers are to be President Taft, Governor Dix, Mayor Gaynor, Dr. John L. Bill- ings, director of the public library system of New York, and the vener- able John Bigelow. If all the world's a-stage most of us would like to take charge of the box office receipts. Mrs. your husband a sound sleeper? Mrs. indeed. Sometimes the sound is simply awful. Here's a tip for you, young man: Be sure that the old gentleman will come across with the obese veal be- fore you attempt the role of prodigal son. Some country life is more death. like No sooner do the furnace coal bills come down than it's time to pay for summer vacations. The great thing in an argument is to let the other fellow do the talking till he disproves himself. ln-r l.ushnn Tin- lover continue ,1 (m the- day of the tr i: at the I'ignati.lla home absence of ihe husband, iri her honor Ihn woman d she was compelled to .rino. dur- To shopping bag with my handkerchief cle-; nt. (he bridge game this afternoon." Plain Dealer. iinrinN.s INSANITY CASK (I'nilcil PITHS, Leased Wire) A'ASIIINGTOX, C. May 22. i" (.ctitlnn of Mrs. lic.se Hutching1 Her (ipiii Mrs. your husband leniember your wedding nn- niviTsary? Mrs. so I remind him of it In .January nnd Juno, and get two Bazaar, d 'Yon fippear to be studying very her husband Stilton Hutch-1 hnrd my said the kind'old man. Ins. aiMudged Inanne. came ui' for; ''Yes-, sir." said tlio child, hc'.-cnni; today In tho District K'.iiireiiie "is it n spelling book you have, court. Mrs. llntchins declares her j my Inisbriid has sustained paralytic j sir." it's (ho baseball Riildo." itmlics and Is mentally cUrannecl In Express. llntchins Is im Mgo.d Telegrapher-. The message, must milUciimirp and was formerly prom-1not. oxceed in words. incut newspaper publisher In Fnlr Render.....I can ndil a-post- tho West. ficrlpt, can't. Transcript. Dollar a Week WK BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT JUST LAID IN A FINE NEW LINE OF WE HAVE Talking Machines AND A 151G LINK OF THE Latest Records COME IN AND HEAR SOME OF THE FINEST OF GRAPHA- PHONE ENTERTAINERS. YOU AUK' MISSING A LOT OF FUN 1JY NOT BUYING A VICTOR ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN. HOW CAN YOU DEXY YOURSELF ANY LONGER OF THIS UAIJE AND VARIED PLEASURE, WHEN A FEW EASY PAY- MENTS PUTS IT IN YOUR HOMU TO STAY? CALL TODAY AND YOU WILL FIND YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT Centraiia Music House 5VI North Tower Tlvenue A Dollar a- week is all it takes and that amount never makes or breaks Real Estate Transfers T V Reported every day by the Title Insurance and Investment Co. F '1> Stanley and wife to Wm and J Young Chattel Mtge Wm Young to. the Public Notice of..Water Right in 7-12-3E. David Stewart and wife'to .Mrs. Angeline AdanjsW'D part of lot 1 blk 10 MeFardens "Add to She- halls, George Grohs Jr., to Gro Grohe Sr. and wife W D N 1-2 oi'SW 1-4 Sec 9-12-4W.; Commercial Imp Co to White HOU.S Safe Assgt Lease "Coffee Nrn.. Commercial Imp. Co Viall Mils- sick Assgt Kease Coffee Urn. J B Belcher et ux to'poffman Dob- son Co., Mtge N W 1-4 of B 1-2 of.SB 1-4 Sec 27 12 3 E. H M Braudner et ux to M P Goodwin in CVeht Part of lot 3 Blk 61 Washington Add to Centralia. C B'Washington to J P Hlnes W D Lot 5 blk 1 Fir St. Add to Centralia. Chehalis Lumber Company to Union Mch Col Con. Sale Sont. Engine. J. Eva Ross, to J B Myers W D. lots 14 .and 18 Maple Grove Add to Centralia. American Woodworking Machin- ery company to Cent Mfg. comptny, Order of Shipment Mchy, Jane Channel! to R A Mead Dis. Mtge lots 8 and 9 Block 1, Ceu tralia Imp Co Add to Centralia. C H -Davis to. Cbffman Dobson Co., Chattel' Mtge. H S Huntley. to the Public Sup- plementary Plat of block'67 and 60 Washingtons Add to Centraiia. Geo Grohs to And. Dunierauf WD N 1-2 of S W 1-3 Sec 9 12- 4W. Recleefee R Tiffany to Theo Hoss Part of Cochrane D L C Wm''Scott and wife to C L Brown et al Mtg part of SW 1-4 of N B 1-4 Sec 34 14-2W- Emerson Jnv Co .to D Whitmore WD SE 1-4 of SB.20 ll 2 W. J L Fellows to J A Veness mtg lots 11 12 13 14. and 15 blk 2 Mallory add to Winlock. DW A M Greeley to S Buchan- an R.N Cont lots 23 and 24 blk 1 City Garden add to Centralia. J E R Brown to M Jones stat D part bf .lot 2 LIttell. J J Jones et ux to A Sprletzer mtg part of lot 2 Littell. Board of Land Commissioners to the Tpuhlic application RW over SB 1-4 of SE 1-4 sec 16 4 W. A Kucher to R Steften et ux Sat mtg S 1-2 of SW sec 4 13 4 W. R Steffen et ux to Coffman Dob- son Co Mtg part of S 1-2 of SW sec 4 13 4 W. A A Homatad et ux to Virgil Curtis WD strip 20 feet wide of'south side of tract 36 Aug Sewalls add to Centralia. J W Helmlck vs. G J Payne Exe- cution part of NE 1-4 of N W sec 9 12 2 W. L N B Dalgren to C A Ives mtg ?500 part of Ford D L C. .Ino McAtee to A Chase-WD part of NE of SE 1-4 sec 7 14 2 W. see, 12 N 1-2 pf NE 1-4 sec 14 of SW 1-4 sec 13 all In tp 13 3 W. Henderson Land Co to M J Wvnn deed -lots 1 and 2 blk 6 Hen- derson Land C 2nd add to Chehalis. M F Marshal va W E Ella In- man exe SE NE 1-4 and SE 1-4 of SW sec 35 13 2 W. N B Coffman et ux to B.H Salver A R Reynolds .WD 325 lot 9 blk 3 Coffman 1st add to Chehalis. B M Sfllyer A R Reynolds to Coffman Dobson Co mtg lot 9 blk 3 Coffman 1st add to Chehalis. W F Kelllng to W Porter rel of M Lien part of N W 1-4 sec 28 15 2 W. JE L Keller to B A Bartholo- mew mtg part of Germain D L C. Harm- Brown Lbr Co to B Heinz rel rw lot 3 and5'Chehalis Land Tbr Co Coal Creek sub dlv Chehalis. I N M Rhodes ta''Hamilton Pit- ser WD lots 13 14 15 and 16 blk 35 add to Centralia. H Pitcher et ux to F M Rhodes mtk lots 13 14 15 and 16 blk 36 R R add to Centralia. S Britt to H E Leonard dls mtg 50.0 of NE 1-4 sec IS 14 4 W J D Cowie to J T Lowry et ux Sat mtg NW 1-4 of SE 1-4 S 1-2 of SW 1-4 and of SE 1-4 sec 11 12 2W. A C Canterbury et ux to Coffman Dobson Co mtg NE 1-4 of NW 1-4 sec 15 13 4 W. M L Sawall to A MsAlvon WD lots or tracts 41 and 42 Aug Sewalls add to Centralia. W Jones to N E Greenleaf dls mtg Ely 32 feet of lot 2 blk 22 Washington add to Centralia. H. Gantenbein to Geo Lloyd WD lots 3 and 4 blk 4 Canby add to Cent. Ore and Wash Dev Co to Lou Cam- bell WD lot 37 blk 9 Napavine Park. F C McConnel to L W Grlggs WD part of SE 1-4 of SW 1-4-sec 28 12 2 W. A Ttlankonshlp et, ux to C H nlanlteiiRhip ileed part of SW 1-4 K 1-2 of SW 1-4 sec 11 12 7 E. 13 .1 nlankonship ct uv to I] 0 niankensbip WD part of E 1-2 of SW SBC 1112 7E. J A T, Field to L Jones WD 13 ft of even width off lot 2 blk ?2 Wash add to Cenlralia. F Ross to J M Jorguson mtg NW sec 20 11 4 W. Ridgcley lodge I 0 0 F to A M Adams lot. 29 blk 2 Odd Fel- lows cemetery Claquato WD. S Black et ux to Ed Depglor. WD lot G G 7 nnd 8 blk E Main st add to ChohdHs. M 0 Morgan to J Morton Rat mtg lot C blk 2 Pngcts add to Win- lock. Coffman Dobnon to N Nicholson ro- loaso of chat mlg NW nnd lot 2 sec 18 12 6 E. J Follows to A Borg dint. mtR, J R 9nrry to II C Tllanltonshlp ot nl NK 1-1 of SIS 1-4 N 1-2 of SB of SW sec 11 12 7 IS add W 1-4 WD-- of NW ut SB 12 T E. W E Miner et ux to eGo Smith Q C D 9 l-2fNB 1-i of SB and S i-S Bartholomew to B Carr coat lot 4. blk 2 North End add to Ohehalis. M H Stelnborn to- M -E Somervillle mtg part of lot-2 half blk 5 Wash add to dent. J M Thorn et ux to C J Harrison et al mtg 1850 (lot 2 blk 9 Dohohoo add to Che.haUs.' P D 0" E Larson tq P Ii Larsen et UX.WD SB 1-4 of NB 1-4 sec 22 13 2 B. West Wash Live Stock Agr asu'n to.G A Salzer WD lots 13 and blki-Bouelvard add to Centralia. Nathan Mintzer Co to Trustee' First Baptist church mtg. part of NW 1-4 Of NW sec 32 14 2 Wv M Barkow to Harvill et al part of J Bernier C. L K Cogswell et al to W R Moon WD part-of lot blk 17 Irish 2nd add. M Havill et al 'to M Barkow mag part'of J Bernier, D LC. M .J Clark et ux. to F R Veness mtg part of Drew D-LC East. Side Realty Co to F Buchan- an WD lots l and 2. blk 4 East sire add to Centralia. Burroughs add mch to F Dunbtir agreet add mch. Sam Bourmann et ux to F Wagner mtg W 1-2 of SW 1-4 of SW i-4 sec 26 14.3 .-Probate estate of Jacob Caro de- ceased. Thos H Dunckley Sons to Public Articles Of Incorporation. Scheumann Perkins Co Articles of Incorporation. Benton Herpld Desk Co to H A Baldwin Order Safe. DO Mmkler et ux to W W Canon deed lot 30 blk 1 Centraiir. Inv Co plat of Central add. Holmes Vaughn ys S N Hall chat Hen pers prop. Sam Randelin et to Wilhelm mtg part of SE 1-4 of NB 1-4 sec 30 12 2 W. J E McDonald1 wf to Daniel D K Wisner mtg S 1-2 of 'NB 1-4 of NE 1-4 sec 16 13-2 W. S B Helmlck wf to Patrick Deno WD part of NE 1-4 of S 1-4 bf 1-4 sec 4 W. Trustees of First Baptist church to Mintzer Conn WD Rebecca J French et al to Union Loan. Trust Co Power of Attorney NE 1-4 sec.l 15 3 W also W 1-2 of NW.1-4 and SW 1-4 sec 6 15 2W Levl J Volk to J J Deniff mtg lot 8 of R T Ready add to Cen- tralia, Miller Machinery Co to Harms Brfawn Lbr Co con sale pers prop. B P McCIure wf to Thos A Gray wf Q C D lots. 1 2-3 4 5 68 and 11 blk 1 and lots 1 2 3 4 5 blk 7 Winlock RE Inv Co add to Win- tack. JflB L Kalich wf to Una Wyatt mtg lots 1 and E 1-2 of NW 1-4 sec 30 11 2 E. the- HOSIERY MILLS MAY CURTAlfc (United Press, Leased Wire) PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May. The National Hosiery and Underwear Manufacturers is holding its annual meeting In Phil- adelphia this week. The question of curtailing the production Is the principal matter to be discussed. We frequently hear of people who suffer untold agony, but no woman with a tongue In her head ever did. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF SECOND CI.ASS TIDELANDS Attention is hereby called to chapter 36 of tile laws of 1911, which changes the boundaries of tldelands of the second class and provides for the sale of additional lands in front of second class tide- lands heretofore sold. The Supreme Court having held that under tha law formerly In force the outward Boundary of such tide lands was the line of mean low tide, the above named act was passed by the last legislature to extend such boudary to the line of extreme low tide. Until June 6th, 1911, the pres- ent owners of second class tldelands sold prior to March 8th, lllll, have the preference right to purchase the additional strip lying between the lines of mean low and extreme low .tide in front of their second class tldelands. Applications to purchase under such right should be to the undersignel in time to be received before June 6th, 1911, and should bo accompanied by a' remittance of one dollar per lineal chain, according to the frontage of the.second class tide- lands heretofore sold, and the furth- er sum of In payment of thfi fee for deep. After saitl dato. the owner will have no preference right to purchase Iho additional adjoining tidelands anil the Kame will be sold to the highest bidder at public' auc- tion. Thn law does not direct or reqniro Ilio Commissioner of Public to give nny notice of such preference- right, but. this notice is published in order that all persona having said right may be made 'acquainted with tho same and given an tippnrtuiilty to protect, the.lr waterfront; and Its publication Is also prompted by tho fact that private persons, in no way connected with this depart ment, havn represented that for a fee they will give Information as to a right said to bavo boon discovered by ex- amination' of. tho records In this of- fice. No ndverso criticism of this de- partment should nrlso from such fact, na the ofTloo IS under no obligation to glvo this or any other notice of tho mntler, nnd has no .control over thoso who have iwlvortlsod the sumo for profit. Dntocl nt Olymplft. May 18th, 1911. E. ,W. HOSfl, CommlsBlonor of Public Wkly. M-24-.M   

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