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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - November 20, 1925, Bristol, Pennsylvania Blk Al Wood swi mrs. Sharp buried Here last wednesday k. Of g. To Honor state Deputy Eugene a. Barrett education week Sis. Ain Street commissioners slices Large portion of lot on Wood Street to Widen Street has been menace for years from buried from her Home 327 Jackson Street on wednesday at 2 p. Rev. Howard Zepp was in charge of the services. Interment was made in the Bristol cemetery. I mrs. Sharpe was born in England i but has lived in Bristol for a num department Ber of years. The deceased is survived by her sons or. William Ashton or. Joseph Ashton or. Howard Sharpe John Sharpe and Leslie Sharpe also by two daughters mrs. Bruno Seyfert and mrs. Francis Manning ands Titre grandchildren. Her other survivors ale her father or. W. Hewitt of Philadelphia and traps two Brothers or. William and or. Joseph Hewitt. Tion of the dangerous curve at Hie mrs. Margaret Sharpe died on monday morning in Hanaman Hor Pital. Mrs. Sharpe has been ailing for several weeks and suffered to be guest at banquet in St. Marks apoplexy. The Home deceased War Hall thanksgiving Day one of has been Bristol a removed Many death with the Elimina intersection of Wood and Walnut streets. For years this curve has been a Bugaboo to automobile its and pedestrians frequently causing near collisions and occasionally precipitating a sides wiping of Heads on collision. By slicing off a generous portion of the lot which Borders along the crossing and widening the Roadway an almost straight stretch has been provided for the machines. In this manner a notorious intersection one that Lias defied even the most expert Drivers passes into oblivion. And naturally there will be Little lamentation for the passing. Without a doubt this Corner has been one of the Points of interest to visitors who desired thrills. A Quick dash up Wood Street and then Bristol to meet Strong Philadelphia team knights of Golden Eagle to Here on sunday beat new Hope 7-0 by pigskin Jimmy dyes and his knights of the Golden eagles Gridiron eleven will be entertained on Sullivan a Field sunday by the Blue and Gold Gri ciders. It is not known definitely that Tea is to be nerved but it is a sure fire proposition that somebody will be served and we done to mean on thanksgiving eve wednesday november 25th, Bristol Council 906, knights of Columbus will tender a banquet to state Deputy Eugene a. J Barrett at St. Marks Hall Bristol j state Deputy Barrett who was one of the chief organizers of the j Bristol Council and its first grand Knight holding the office for several terms has always taken a deep in-1 Crest in the Council and it was through his efforts and the efforts of others that tie wonderful Home nestling on the Hanks of the Delaware was acquired. There will be a splendid turnout of knights to Honor the state Deputy and Many prominent members of the order in Philadelphia and Vicinity will Grace the occasion with their presence. Mccallister the renowned caterer of Philadelphia will have charge of Plav Tho Immi entertainment will be furnished and dancing will follow the banquet. Past grand Knight Edward mall vain has charge of the arrange j me ii in Aristed by a hustling com Mit tee and everything possible is being accomplished to have the event one Long to be remembered by those who i attend. Around 4 Deadman s curve at a de i maybe. Cent rate of Speed satisfied even the i coach Klingberg after being Dis most critical thrill seekers. Appointed last sunday by the Union Walnut and Wood streets Are pop a. A. Of Phoenixville arum somewhat Filar thoroughfares being used sex i heartened by the wealth of powder pensively for traffic to the upper end j demonstrated by his charges during of the Borough and Pasage for the the last two periods of the fray fourth Ward. W Ith the St. Annex a eleven is All set automobile traffic on wet Days of for this contest during the Winter when the ground Dykes who seaplane built by Huff Galang on trial flight first machine to be made in Bucks county has successful trip was covered with a plentiful Supply of ice and Snow was Only possible around this curve after the drivel almost throttled his machine Down to a crawling Pace. To navigate this twist in any other fashion would invariably find the Driver deposited neatly against the Fence of a nearby graveyard. If the posing of the crossing signifies that it will be the elimination of other dangerous intersections then this move should Mark a new Era in the boroughs highways. There is for instance death s old Friend the forge Bridge which daily invites the destruction of Man beast and River. It is remarkable Bow this Structure consisting of mixture of worn boards rusted bolts and a bit of mucilage is Able to hold its Youthful figure despite a constant battering of trucks and climatic conditions. Some Day when the boards will pimply Wither away and Deposit some unsuspecting Driver and i passengers into the Waters of tin Lehigh canal or onto the mud of tin Towpath there will be a new Bridge or maybe an elimination of this miniature Alps. Until this unpleasant incident has been duly recorded Iii the annals of time there will be no change in the facial appearance of the world s worst menace to life. Throws baseballs around or. Macks Ball Orchard during the Spring and summer months has wielded together an aggregation that has Defeated the Best Semi pro elevens in this neck of the Woods j not so Long ago he took his proteges to that quiet Hamlet of new Hope and trimmed the Coryell a ferry lads to the tune of a 7 to 0 score. J inasmuch As new Hope has a pow erf ill aggregation this season that should speak eloquently of the i Bird baser. Last sunday Jimmy disguised his i eagles under the name of the Ardmore eagles and threw a terrific scare into the ranks of the Ambler eleven by staging a powerful resistance and a deceptive attack. Ambler managed to nose out the Birds by a 13-6 score. Inasmuch As Ambler hat not been scored upon before this contest and boasts of possessing the most. Powerful team in either bucks1 plane Plant to locate in this or Montgomery counties that also i already several land planes the fir i seaplane built in Bristol by the Huff Daland air plane corp-1 oration male its initial test flight i Here yesterday the a Pelican a of the cantilever Type. Took off at 4.45 p. M., under the guidance of Captain Luke Christopher former army flyer. The seabird Rose easily from the Delaware River and circled Over the town remaining in the air for Al most 30 minutes. Effie of Sot. Ii 4s understood is Lobo used for demonstrative purposes i at Wallington d. C., where tests i Are being made by the u. S. Navy for gunnery training purposes. This particular Type of machine is similar i to that used in the South for dusting Cotton and those recently supplied i the Argentine government. The Huff Daland concern which has been manufacturing planes at Ogdensburg n. Y., for severe years uvas the first privately owned air late. Several land planes have local elks to observe memorial services dec. G Bristol elks will observe the annual memorial service sunday december 6, with ceremonies befitting the occasion. For the principal address John Wesley Hill Chancellor of the Lincoln memorial University has been obtained by the committee. Chancellor Hill has earned a reputation for Cleat impressive speaking and is quite worthy of possessing the sobriquet of the a Silver tone used a program which will be in accordance with the annual Observance of this solemn Date will be in charge of Clarence w. Winters chairman of the committee. The services will be held in the Forrest theatre and will be open for All elks and their friends. Chirps Well of the Bryn mawr Apple a been turned out but this in theist crashers organization. J seaplane to be cons Rue Ted at tin Bristol came out of its pseudo con new Plant test with the St. Annas eleven Iii j Good physical condition. With tin exception of will Logan giant tackle. Who was forced to the sideline Early in the fray with an injured knee there were no further injuries. Bill stringfellow diminutive i _ quarterback and Field general together with Alex Smith Burly guard postmaster Young urges citizens injured list. It education we of has become an institution in our country. It is a time w Hen the citizens of our land Are called upon to pause Long enough in their accustomed activities to consider the value purpose and needs of their own local educational system. Education week in the state and nation in accordance with regulation suggestions has followed the following outline of activities monday a Constitution Day. Tuesday a patriotism Day. Wednesday a Home and school Day. Thursday a health Day. Friday a know your school Day. Saturday a conservation Day. Sunday a god and country Day. Here in Bristol this suggested program was not followed. Monday was observed As a part and Community Day a tuesday was observed As health Day a when or. Charles Barker speaking under the allspice of the rotary club made three addresses emphasizing the necessity of proper sex instructions As a guarantee of health and happiness. On thursday Rev. J. J. Bingham made an address and today or. Joseph r. Grundy will make one in connection Writh the Observance of Friday As a Constitution and Commonwealth the purpose of the program throughout the nation state and our town wits to arouse the citizens to a deeper interest in and closer cooperation with the educational forces of our Community those Active in our schools deserve our interest and need our cooperation. The zealous and competent teachers of our schools who by example and piece it work until singly tor High ideals Are entitled to our highest Praise and deepest interest. They ask no Praise and need no Eulogy. I hey Are enshrined in the respect esteem and affection of an appreciative Republic. Let us show our interest and appreciation by that whole hearted cooperation which will Gladden their hearts and lighten their burdens. Thus May we Denu Strale our interest in that which has repeatedly been represented As the defense of the nation and the first object of government. It is estimated that a College education multiplier the value of a life career Over a High school education by 9, Over a common school education by 2 15 and Over no education by 817. Of you have a common school education your life is Worth about 4 times As much to the world As though you had no education of you have a High school education your life is Worth 23 times As much As if you had Only a common school education. If you have a College education your life is Worth 9 times As much a if you have a High school education 215 times As much As if you had a common school education and 817 times As much As if you had no education. Of the list of 10,000 successful men in a a who a who a 7,700 have had a College training. Big successful men is not meant those who have made Money Only but without any monetary consideration those who have and Are contributing most to Tho welfare of the nation and the happiness of Mankind. It is therefore an undeniable fact that the Odds Are against the real Success of a person without education. Of course it does not follow that while education is necessary this education must be got in school or College. There Are shining examples like Lincoln Edison Etc. But these men got the education in their own Way and the most difficult Way. Smaller men than Tjho Onfri h it Edison could never have persevered in their rugged path to Eminence. Along the Way which they trod and succeeded thousands upon thousands have fallen by the Wayside unable to keep up the Pace. The names of the 2300, who have obtained Bona fide recognition As being pre eminently successful do not prove the value of no education because they have ii. They got it outside tile College Wall most of them in High school and later in the school of individual Effort. And these men who have be through the Strain of individual Effort Are Hearty in their recommendation of the school and College As the Best and most direct Means of obtaining what they obtained after years of individual Effort. So while education. Week seeks to emphasize the need of adequate education however obtained it certainly impresses upon us with More than Ordinary weight the value and necessity of our educational institutions. We Trust that its Observance Here in Bristol has accomplished this purpose. I thanksgiving Day to be quietly observed Here i Bristol will spend a quiet thanks a giving Day this year. Aside from i the special services in Hie different churches of the Borough there will to no special celebrations. Athletically speaking patrons of Hie Gridiron game will be afforded some excitement during the afternoon at the annual clash of the Bristol a. A. And the Lakehurst naval Reserve. Tho various charitable institutions to the Borough will see to it that the needy Are not deprived of having cause to be thankful. The committees in charge have Btu preparing for this Mission for quite some time and have sought out All the poor and needy families in order to i make i t. A h Appy than Kosgi v i no. Not a few Bristo lians will journey Forth to the Quaker City there to witness the clash of Cornell and the red and Blue. Others will take special automobile trips to various Naris of this county in order to observe the Beautiful fall colouring. However tile majority of the boroughs residents will spend the Day at Home proffering to participate in i the various family reunions which take place on this Day. Shih to 24 warehouses on the property at Tullytown to be sold through sealed bids advised to inspect property before sending in bids Rotarius hear son of former Bri Tolian speak or. Harry Louderbough of Jersey City presented the Story of Tho Flag at the weekly meeting yesterday the rotary club is , in the limelight. On tuesday they were instrumental in giving a treat to the citizens of Bristol by making it possible for or. Charles Barker to speak. The club in turn on thursday afternoon was honoured by the presence of or. Harry louder Bough of Jersey City who presented to them the a Story of the in a most forcible arid clearly delivered speech or. told the history of the 23 flags that have floated at different times Over America. Or. Louder Bough is the son of tin late or. Harry louder Bough owner c f Hie new Jersey paint factory and formerly a citizen of Bristol. Or louder Bligh or. Like his father is known Iii several Stater for his benefactions and interested in every cause for the uplift of the nation. Mrs. G. L. Williams and daughter entertain friends mail Early for delivery before Christmas Rush Coroner White died in special Holiday Bill of mrs. Margaret Thorpe of Langhorne Laid at rest mrs. Margaret Thorpe 83 yearn old of Langhorne who died sunday was buried from the Home of her Eon in Law the Rev. W. T. Cherry. Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 of clock. The Rev. Amos Johnston d. D., former pastor of the Cookman m. E. Church of Philadelphia conducted the services. Interment was in Northwood cemetery Oak Lane pa., under direction of Roscoe l. Homer. Aside from her daughter mrs. Cherry the deceased is survived by a son. W. A. Thorpe of Albany n. Y., and a sister mrs. Anna Serson of this place. Are the two Oil the injured list. Ii is believed that All three will by Leady to do Battle against the Eagle. On sunday. Although coach Klingberg is concentrating on the Golden eagles hot is als Ltd looking Forward to the annual Battle with the airmen from Lak burst. The naval Reserve boys. With one of the strongest aggregations that has Ever represented the new Jersey air station will swoop Down on Bristol Lake a fall out of lads on the annual Turkey a struggle. Coach Jimmy work has lived up his surname. His team has been Bristol to follow instructions below Doylestown tuesday at Forrest theatre elected Coroner in county Twenty manager de. Lynn has booked film to mra William Doan of 226 Mill Street was hostess last evening to the women a Bible class of the presbyterian sunday school. After the transaction of business a social time was had and refreshments served to upwards of Twenty five ladies. Miss Sylvia Stollings of Philadelphia was the recent Over night guest of mrs. J. Stuckert of 502 Radcliffe Street. The Post office will make every Effort to handle the Christmas mail without congestion and delay but owing to the enormous volume Thi can be done Only with the Cooper a Tion of the Public. Compliance with the following suggestions will great and attempt to Fly Aid the Post office and insure the the Blue and Gold j prompt handling of your mail Sal postmaster Young. When to mail christinas cards and parcels Christmas gifts and cards addressed to Points within one Days travel should be mailed not later than december 20 within two Day travel not later than december 18 within three Days travel no later than december 16 for More Distant Points not later than december 14. Parcels and cards for local delivery should be mailed not later than december 2 2. Parcels and envelopes May be endorsed a please do not open until Christmas cards the Early mailing of Christmas cards is just As important As parcels. Millions of these cards separate and in envelopes Are mulled each Christmas. Consequently great congestion and delay occurs lit Large Post offices where they Arall mailed within a Day or two of Christmas. Therefore if you want your Christmas greetings to re Ach your relatives and friends on or be fore Day follow the instructions in the preceding parti in and a whirlwind All season and is gaining strength with every contest. Tomorrow his lads w ill be Sun in action at Franklin i held with the league Island marines As hosts. I1 should be a remarkable Battle in As much As these two elevens battled i a 3-3 tie Only a few weeks ago. The local management reports that the american legion Bugl corps will be in attendance to furnish musical enjoyment tor the spectators and a incidentally arouse the spirit of the locals. The contest with St. Annas a. Quite a Battle during the first halt last sunday. The up town aggregation although unable to gain through the line almost Forward passed la locals to death. For a time in the second period they threatened to score but j when a heave grounded behind the Blue and Gold goal line they lost the Only Opportunity. Tho final score Wras 55-0. As usual Harry Ingram the Lansdowne Flash Bobby Cany Whitey Gurney and j kid Barber played spectacular games to Holmes the flying fullback who is resting a weak knee. Was inserted into the game during the second half and slowed through the opposition at will. The St. Annas forwards were Tex Light and too inexperienced to withstand crashes. Three years ago held Post until death Howard p. White Coroner of Bucks county died at his Home last Ruer Day after an illness of almost two months. Death was caused b cancer of the Throat. With his death there passes a Man who has been Coroner of this county for Twenty three years who was a faithful worker and who carved for himself an enviable record of Friendship service and faithfulness. Born in warring on township Iii 1859, he became after a Public school education a clerk at Edison. A few year later he went to Philadelphia where he became engaged in several positions. In 1897 he returned to Doylestown where he later entered the political Field. He was a member or Hie knights of the Golden Eagle and of the Banner society of Doylestown. He leaves a wife and one son. Domes greatest pictures to be shown Here next week Hester Boyle entertains friends at card party graph relative to mailing Ca be certain of delivery before Mas. Matter not mailable at Post rates written matter nature of personal Corre Ponden can not be enclosed in parcels. Christ parcel in the e miss heeler Boyle of Buckley Street entertained some friends on tuesday evening at cards. The guests seated at the i rec i tables Wen mrs. J. Harkins i miss Margaret Dougherty miss a Frances Dougherty mrs. Katharine Mcdonald migs Rose ferry mrs. F. Neal is mrs. P. Megonigal mrs. B. Mcgee miss Anna Boyle and mrs. Hugh Mcgee. Those holding the highest score and received favor were mrs. B. Mcgee and mrs. Kath cels a letter placed in an addressed to correspond with the a elhi8 dress on the parcel and fully prepaid at the first class rate May he tied or otherwise securely attached mrs. Joseph Fox of 333 Radcliff to the outside of the parcel in such Street returned to her Home on sup manner As to prevent separation Day after a weks visit with her son therefrom and not obscure the and or. Fox of Brooklyn dress. On the parcel. Communications attached to envelope1 Anno Mcdonald. The Consolation was won by mrs. J. Wollard. The supper held by the a. E. Church in trades Hall last evening was As usual most delicious. There was a goodly attendance and a splendid sum realized for the Church. In his latest motion picture a utri Mph a coming to the Forrest Thea ire next monday and tuesday Cecil b. Demille Tho most Brilliant show Man producer in the whole screen world returns to the Type of modern society drama in which he scored h earlier and most decided successes film fans who recall with pleas i a manslaughter a a Why change your a tits a a and a male and female car insured that in a a Triumph or. Demille offers them the same gripping Eye i Liing combination of dazzling ladles and gowns Romance and thrill that made those pictures so popular. A a Triumph is the Story of a girl Leatrice Joy and two men who love her. The girl St ans As a Humble factory for lady and becomes famous opera Singer with two or or id s at her feet. And yet wealth and Fame Are not enough until Fate tumbles one Man Rod Lerocque from a millionaire s Fortune to a Park Bench. Fate sweeps the other Man Victor Varconi from overalls to a limousine and perfumed Panama. And through their Vicissitudes of Fortune one thing remains constant their love for the girl and the intense rivalry Between them. Upon which Lover does Fate finaly smile and what of the girl so. Be filmed am id the thundering dogs of a great factory a fight by tween the rival lovers in a limousine going 90 Milos an hour spectacular cafe and Modiste Sher scenes a daring fire scene a charming vision episode involving a Romeo and Juliet a these Are some of the delights awaiting you in be sure and see it a a Triumph was adapted by Jeanie Mcpherson from the saturday evening Post serial and novel by May Edginton author of besides Beatrice Joy Rod la Rocque. And Victor Varroni the big eau continued on Page three the Home of mrs. Griffith Yville Lama and daughter miss Eunice a. 305 Radcliffe Street was the scene last week of two very enjoyable Lune liens. The Home was most charming in the arrangement of Flowers. Baskets and vases were placed in every Cliv Able spot and were most artistically arranged. A Pink Rose or a White chrysanthemum was Laid of each place. Last Friday evening 37 Persona were entertained at Diane and during the evening the guests were in the enjoyment of the Gam of 500. The invited list for the dinner included or. And mrs. David land Ireth or. And mrs John Mendel. Miss Elizabeth Runyan or. Ami mrs. Stanford in. Runyan or. Ami mrs. Clifford l. Anderson or. Hor Jacc Burton or. And mrs. A. Russel Burton or. And mrs. S. Phillip. Landreth miss Mary Lehman or. Jacob Lehman or. And mrs. Frau j Lehman or. And mrs. James Larue or. A. Vanaxen Morris or. And mrs. J Armand v. Morris or. And mrs. William g. Buchanan or. And or. Louis c. Spring or. And mrs. J. Fred Wagger or. And mrs. Fred Decker mrs. John c. Stuckert or. And mrs. N. B. Bertolette or. Dudley Bell or. And mrs. J. E. Tracy or and mrs. Thomas Scott or. And mrs. Philip Conrad or. Symington la Adreth or. And Ori Walter be Edom. Or. Arid mrs. Harry Baldwin or. And mrs. Frank Bald win and Frank Bald Quot in or the great Tullytown bag loading Plant known officially a.4 the Tullytown ordinance Reserve depot is about to be partially erased from the Earth. Through the commanding officer of the Quarter master intermediate depot 21st Street and Oregon Avenir Philadelphia there have been notices posted advertising the Sale of 24 warehouses on the property it Tullytown. The Sale will be conducted through sealed bids which Are to be opened on november 30. The bids Are to remain open for acceptance for 30 Days after november 30. The warehouses Winch Are of Wood Frame work with corrugated galvanized Sheet Iron measure 33. By 208 feet to each building there Ai 22 tin Clad fire doors opening upon the sidings that criss Cross throughout Tho Plant. Approximately 41,000 feet of lumber is contained in each warehouse. Prospective purchasers Are warned by the government in the notice that an inspection should be mad of the property before entering the sealed bids inasmuch As the property is to he considered a was is and a where the government also states that it does not guarantee the Quality Quantity or durability of the Saleable buildings. After the Sale has been consulate de the individual buyers Are for warned by the notice that the a houses must by entirely Salvage sail debris cleared from the Gro a no fires will be permitted in to to away with the smaller w age. Por session of the warehouses be Given to the buyers immediately j after the consumption of the sales j the government also posts notice 1 that it has the Power to reject any or All bids received for this Sale. According to specifications a certain percentage of the Money of the Sale is requested from each Prospect j Ive bidder the amount is to ac-1 company the bid. The remainder of the Purchase Price is to be paid upon the Conli i at Ion of the Sale. I thus. C be or Hie most famous bag mending powder Plant in this Section of the co in try will pass entirely i from the picture. During the War hundreds of girls garbed in the official Khaki Bloomer uniforms of Tho organization conducted the activities of the depot. It became one of i he now Der centers of this Section. The Arsenal a it was commonly called soon sprang into being Complete Village shortly alter erection of the warehouses and other building the government erected enough houses for the employees to form a Village. Many of these houses have already been removed As result of government sales. As a Tho a selecting a Tukey for your thanksgiving Binner favors were Given to the holders the six highest scores which were mrs. Louts Spring mrs. Philip k Conrad mrs. Phillips Landreth and the Consolation was bestowed on j mrs. N. B. Bertolette. The men s favors were Given to or. David Lin j Dreidel or. Vanuxem Morris Thomas Scott and Consolation or a. Russel Burton. On the following Day. Saturday mrs. Williams and her daughter entertained at luncheon and cards. The invited list for the luncheon included mrs. T. La. West arid min. West of Trenton mrs. S. Bradley Ardrey. Miss Julia la. Slack mrs. Ira Alexander of Philadelphia mrs. Ernest Lawrence jr., or. Lester longhorn. Mrs i. O. Taylor miss Helen Taylor. Mrs. Eric St Law rence. Sr., misses and Louise Swain. Miss Julia Abbott miss outre Baggs mrs. Archibald Morris mrs. Sydney Morris mrs. Emil Metzger. Mrs. Emden Martin mins Charlotte Martin. Mrs. Fred Leibfreid jr., mrs. We. E. Doron mrs. Josephine weeks. Miss Esther la whence mrs j. Deb. Abbott miss Helen Abbott. Mrs. Henry e. Ancker mrs. Henry s. Paynter mrs. Brandt Earhart miss Frances h. Land Reb t. Miss Annie b. Landreth mrs. Ii. Webb miss Margaret r. Grundy mrs. Calin Loline Smith my Marian Smith. Continued on fags three when you select your Turkey for thanksgiving says the United states department of agriculture one of the chief considerations is Tho amount and Quality of the flesh on the body especially on the breast Back Aid hips. Plenty of flesh mean plenty or ment for carving and there f should be also a generous amount of i fat to Ansur Ltd a moist tender tor i key. The French always expose a i Turkey in the Market with the Back so the housewife eau better of it of i serve How plump the Bird is. Be Ling the end of the breast or keel Bone and examining the spurs on the feet May give some idea of Hie age of a Turkey Hilt these testis Are not infallible Quot for picking out a. Tender Turkey. Almost any Turkey can be cooked so that it is tender but it is of course easier to roast a Young Bird. The Best method of cooking a Turkey is that by Wii he the flesh is kept moist and Juicy. Cooking it in a covered roaster with a Little water in the Law it Tom in a carefully regulated oven will prevent it from drying out. The time for cooking varies according to the age of the Turkey and its size. The custom of having a Turkey it or thanksgiving dinner kites Back to the. Early new England settlers who foil re Turkey n wild and highly recommended by the indians. Domestic turkeys arc at their prime in the fall of the year and their size makes them suitable of serving to a Good Many people so that the Diatom. For practical reason has con tinned Dow n to the present. The member of the league of women voter and their friends a invited to turn out in full Force tin evening to hear or. Spencer e. Miller speak on the a world court in St. James pariah House at 8 of clock. Admission is free Ami a general invitation is Given to the Public

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