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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Burlington, Iowa Toub the daily Hawk Eye Gazette. Burlington. Iowa monday april 19,1937 the my Hawk Eye Gazette of Burlington Low. Iowa s Gnu Cost newspaper. Consolidated june 1931. Office of publication. I0�-Xli a Abington Street. Entered at the Post office of Burlington. Iona a second cd a matter i Der act of Congress of March i. Uti. No Case against supreme court by Hak vet l. Litz professor of Public finance pm acetyl diversity. The Case for packing Quot the supreme court is Bank Ham Ber of the associated pres and Iowa Dally pres i n 1 a a h3s Between age United Presa. Mea and Central pros Natwa and j intellectual rigor or economic predilection in View pasture services. Newport called More dignified As richest Man in new England forsakes Massachusetts estate communications net sva Jials for publication will not a a returned and Anonymous communications will not receive attention. Subscription rates daily by mail daily by mail by Carrier la Iowa. Illinois and Missouri. I of a months. 2 to i months., Lio i month .40 outside Iowa. Ii i a in haole. Missouri. Burlington. 1 your ii of. I week f ii c months. 2.40 2 month. Ltd 2 months. 1.2014 months. 2.90 i month.40 i Burlington. Iowa april 19, 1937. Our peaceful Reyo Lutious. It Hen or. Wirt announced Early in president Roosevelt s first term that plans were on foot to promote a revolution with socialism As its objective loud were the howls of derision and denial that went up. Even when or. Rex Tugwell close personal advisor of the president at that time wrote and talked of a the revolution and Secretary Wallace alluded to it As something that is in Progress a startled nation was calmed by official and unofficial assurances to the effect that the general Public is too dumb to comprehend what it is All about so its Best bet is to place its Faith in or. Roosevelt trusting to him to guide us safely through troubled Waters a not to worry about the Fate of the american social and economic system nor form of political government. And apparently that form of Lullaby was All the soothing syrup needed at the time. Now comes Diego Rivera the famed and talented mexican mural Painter who insists upon painting pictures calculated to array rials against class after creating classes As he knows them in Mexico in the United states where no classes exist until they Are created. And Diego says a i think your country will be the first actually to practice in fact he seems to feel we Are Rushing faster in that direction than any other nation and he a ays so As calmly As if he were saying a looks As if it might rain he adds that he has an idea that a while Russia and Mexico and Spain and other countries Are talking about socialism and Evn fighting about it the United states is quietly making it a fact and he tells us a not to in no there will be a Little or no violence Quot except such As is necessary in the sit Down strikes and things like which if not actually fostered by our National administration Are not opposed by it. And then a some monday morning we Are a to Wake up Quot and find we Are living in a socialistic state. We will he says repeal the american system of government and economic policy in the same manner and a with just As Little fuss As you repealed we wonder it does seem that is the trend possibly that has been As or. Wirt insisted the plan of the planners All the time and As he also suggested with or. Roosevelt promoting it without fully appreciating the role he was cast to play. Truly the times Are a out of but maybe the american people will not wait until that a some monday morning to do their waking up. Mus Sou Sis altar of peace. By l. P. Stanton Central Presa correspondent the. T u Beverly mass. A Massachusetts or f in Holme North .hor., summer abiding Ana Brander. Of presidents princes diplomats and a a cause los War p.,. Of the ten richest men in the United states quit his Stone Castle at Ice Mere. Wenham for the Marble Palace at Newport because Newport is More dignified. Est congestion occurs Are not uniformly served by the oldest judges. Failing in the original line of attack proponents of the scheme have shifted to criticism of the idea of expanding Federal authority by i Prince who is one of the Lares a constitutional amendment As be stockholders in the Armour cum a Quot Avn sir of he of de Aye and Quot any. The Chicago. Union Stock ast resort of those who desire to Yards and the Chicago stockyards prevent any action yet company the Chicago the democratic platform of 1930 railroads and other i to vital issues involved in the present con Den of Iima Trover. While the be ated Bev. A or. h. L. Lutz fluently distinct to warrant separate consideration. I my of Newt it Ort Rny a a am a w City on the Atlantic he pays taxes on property of More than a million dollars. He has told his friends that his Prince Mere estate in Massachusetts. Where a gets whiffs. _. A a a a there Noi Ference to congestion of Dock Merton tha a a urn cd the wed a East eur. The. District in which great a la cd one up bs�?~<1&Quot testifying in Federal court James a. Mcdonough Prince s personal representative said that the financier had moved to Newport because Quot Newport was a More dignified place in which to live and that he was influenced by the maintenance Cost and planned to put the Massachusetts estate with its acres of Fields Woods lakes mansion House and stables on the Market classifying Newport As More dignified than the North Shore has aroused the ire of North Shore colonists where the Rich of Quot cold roast Bostons a have simmered for More than a Century and where it takes a generation for one lacking Quot Blue blood Quot even to be taken up by the inner circles. The North Shore colonists for years have assumed the position As typifying dignity and have established a group where family traditions and culture counted More than the Mere Possession of millions. The North Shore the Home of the Cabot the Saltonstall the Lowells and the outings resents being classed As less dignified than Newport. Famous residents. Presidents Harrison Taft and Coolidge have simmered on the North Shore. Ambassadors and ministers from european and South american capitals find Delight Here. It is the Home of William Phillips american ambassador to Italy mrs. Joseph Peter Washington society Leader mrs. Marshall Field widow of the Chicago merchant Prince mrs. William Madison Wood widow of the Wool King mrs. Washington b. Thomas whose husband amassed millions in sugar miss Helen Childs Frick daughter of the late Henry Clay Frick steel magnate and representatives of the social Register of the principal cities of the United sattes. Prince with his millions made his Prince Mere estate one of the show places of the North Shore. He had the finest private Polo Field in Ameri Ica. He is one of the Best known yachtsmen in America and owned the Weet Amoe built for the defense believe it or not by Ripley serfs to red a a Palast Offley of judiciary in our government scheme and second the of millionaire Prince actual Case for extending Federal Powers. The second obviously is the main objective. Instead of seeking it by the method to which his party stands committed by its platform the president proposes now to accomplish it by manipulation of the court need of Independent judiciary. The significance of an Independent judiciary in our plan of government by checks and balances is not always understood or appreciated. The Constitution protects this Independence by providing life tenure and by forbidding reduction of salary. As to the scope of the judicial function with respect to passing on the con Tiitu tonality of legislative or administrative measures cur reaction is frequently determined by our partisanship. The court is always right when it decides As we desire and always wrong otherwise. The baseball crowd yells Quot kill the Umpire whenever he decides against the favorite team. It is a sorry and petulant partisanship that Breaks out into vilification whenever a pet scheme is rejected by the court. In fact the Long time record of the supreme court reveals that its decisions have been enormously significant in extending the scope of Federal authority. The Issue goes much farther and deeper however than our attitude toward particular decisions by particular courts. The writer can join with others in mentioning decisions which he personally does not approve since they do not Square with his own notions of what should have been decided. He like others has witnessed rulings by umpires and referees in various sports that did not Accord with what he saw or thought he saw on the playing Field. Civilization rests on . The essential Point is that our whole scheme of orderly so called civilized life rests on Law. Only the thin vender of regard for Law separates civilization from chaos. Courts and Laws Are nothing unless the Yare respected. The courts have no Power to interpret Marb e and enforce either the Laws or the Constitution except that derived from general acceptance. Whenever we repudiate the courts we invite substitution of brute Force for Law. The blocking of court decisions in mortgage foreclosures by Farmers and of other decisions by sit Down strikers reveals How dependent after All is the reign of Law upon popular acceptance even of the things we do not personally like or approve. The most sinister aspect of the proposal to Quot pack the supreme court is in its scarcely veiled notice to tha court that it must construe the Constitution As the administration desires or else. No More serious baronial estate for More than 30 years Prince lied in Wenham where he acquired an estate baronial in extent built a Stone Castle spent half a million dollars for a private Polo Field and kept one of the finest strings of Hunters and Polo ponies in the United states in his younger Days he was a member of the famous myopia Hunt club Polo team in Hamilton once winners of International honors. He spent Money lavishly on his estate and a few years ago built a new Road through the Woods and presented it to Essex county As the commissioners discontinued an old Road which ran within a Quarter of a mile of his mansion House. Albert j. Beveridge then United states senator from Indiana a summer resident at Beverly farms and former United states senator George h. Moses of new Hampshire were the speakers at the dedicatory ceremonies. I our years ago Prince was in court As the result of a suit for damages claimed by a fellow Polo player at myopia Hunt club growing out of injuries received in a spirited Polo clash match at myopia where the then Prince of Wales later King Edward was entertained on his last american visit. The lawsuit split the exclusive North Shore society set and after a verdict against him Prince moved to new of a h p Belmont he of the America s cup. His Winters p a 8ummer their. J and Spring seasons Are passed in the a a vote Newport i South of France where his estate at in i he pm tvs tif i Quot Pau is noted for Ita Hunts. And now in Rhode Island goes to Newport for his Summers. The family doctor no 188 the energetic Mussolini has decided to Dir lip and restore the altar of peace built by Emp ror Augustus. It is a difficult task attempted some years Ayo and abandoned when the necessary excavations were found to lie threatening the collapse of the piano Palace which stands on the same site. R Enate could be offered to our civil liberties them in be of oxygen now is important Soh is guarded Only by general acceptance of Law. Factor la treatment of pneumonia than to Here presented by this attack on the Independence of the judiciary. It is an open invitation to every Lawless element to get whatever it wants by intimidation of the courts. If the president gets his Way this time to accomplish something he deems to he benevolent and advantageous it will he a disastrous precedent for All whose attentions Are malevolent and of such we have no Lack. Of All of us it Marshall Maslin by or. Morris Fishbein editor journal of the american medical association and of he Geia the health Magazine. The use of oxygen in the treatment of pneumonia began about 1917, has been greatly elaborated. And is considered today one of the important measures in the treatment. It is Given whenever there is an indication that the patient is getting insufficient oxygen in his blood indicated if he develops a Blue color and a rapid pulse. His blood if examine then w ill be your children by Olive Roberts Barton 1937 Nea service inc. Rich adj Cost $1000,000 if. It my Hiwa a a. Explanation of today a cartoon. All the items of today a cartoon Are self explanatory. Your children they there s a mighty Force in this world called quo they. And this Force is greater than the pull of the planets on our Little Earth. What Quot they Quot think and what Quot they Quot say and what n a Lown the amount of a they Quot do has enormous influence on men and women. Of it Cen that it Romaine. Delirium is there Are men and women who do nothing without Aufu in of Lack of oxygen jct willing they Quot. W la not choose a profession or tents have been developed which fear for the building Sites not daunt mus pm out Necktie or arrange a dinner party or sex i Nav la Sar Lover patients Beds. Bol Ini preventing collated in the inh of the in a a liking for i musical composition or a motion n Manv hospitals there Are a a a i the. Work 111 /. J. ,k., i pm turf or a Book without first deciding hat they i room. Into which the entire i pie handling int work. He wants that i would think and Sav. Bah Mav he moved and in which the stored altar As a Symbol of Rome so regained i a powerful monster an All seeing creature this a lure May attend the patient. it will signify to All the world he be Quot they Quot that watches with such it to seeming Eves All an Box has been devised lives that a new italian Empire has risen and think and do a a a and ret a they Quot does not be used in the patients i Val the roman ,.ire of old it will also dr1n, -th.,-cannot photog he Avn Tahk a in a indicate that a modern i Casar has things veil mighty god cannot speak with quo they. Because Quot they Quot j through a nasal tube. The oxygen in hand and is prepared to impose a the a Al e Only in our vanity and in our fears. Given a patient must be carefully Tustan it each of Conquest and Strong control i a Korus n an one woman tor an opinion of your regulated and continued As Long As Nimr a Lurer Mart of Furman notions and you can accept refuse Analyse or combat seeded. Mei a Large part of Europe. For of Nion you. But a thy in by it Ond a. An Altai of peace somehow does not fit in hour reach and you cannot approach his awful a the physician in attendance Cive. Well with the ethiopian Conquest the meddling Justy. Special attention to the heart since in spam and others of Mussolini a ambitions but pathetic Smth la that it matters hardly at j it May be necessary to support this and actions but the Modem c year will not if the a 1 no a you y1�? it n Quot can Becan i of the excess Stra Princess taught housekeeping too. Are you training your girl to do housework dear Mother it is a grand idea if you Are because the things children learn when they Are Young remain As guiding stars forever. Perhaps you have a maid or two or three even and the actual necessity of Edith doing Little chores appears to be nonsense right now. But it in t at All. Every girl when she is married or thrown upon her own responsibility of running a House should know every detail of housekeeping. Our Edith or Helen May never have to lift a hand at housework All the Lough life but if she does no to she w ill be a rare person indeed. Sme family experimentation. She is going to marry some Day in new York copyright 1937, Nea service Ina by George Ross. Madame Tussaud wonderful waxworks the curators now running the famous exhibition have a great respect for the proprieties. That la Why the Wax effigy of mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson ele Gantly draped in an evening gown of red Satin is separated from eng lands Royal family by a group of British generals carefully looking in an opposite direction. And it is a Good barometer of current feeling that Madame Tus saudis clients Arentt paying much More attention to the future Duchess of Windsor than they Are to the admiralty Section. Someone who Isnit on emotional terms with the monarchical shakeup in this part of the world also gets the impression that the Duke of Windsor is in the Doghouse himself for if the Royal family Circle has been arrayed around the throne in the order of each members importance Edward Viii is not getting a break his Wax figure is the farthest almost certainly and it is Only fair away from the Royal seat. He looks to her and to her husband and prospective children that they do not have to Bear the Brunt of her experiments and Bard Learned lessons. The people of Wales gave Princess Elizabeth of England a two Story playhouse of six Small rooms thatched roof hot and cold running water and Many Many paned window s. Queen Elizabeth made a ruling that neither of the two children. Elizabeth or her Little sister Margaret Rose were to have any help whatsoever in keeping it clean. As the House is As Large As a used con Haggard too. For a shilling and sixpence a guest of the Tussaud museum can see 342 Wax figures of the famous including Henry Viii looking bloated after one of his Gargantuan feasts Herr Hitler avoiding la ducks icy stare Greta Garbo in a scene from Quot Anna Christie with the late Marie dressier Mae West As she was in Quot in a no Angel Quot and Shirley Temple who holds the Center of the stage. In the gallery of Kings and Queens Victoria looks remarkably like Helen Hayes in the third act of Quot Victoria Regina Quot and Over in the american group Franklin Delano noose is Worth anywhere rom 75 to $500 hungering with curiosity. Notes from Piccadilly. Most Coronation visitors Albert of the Savoy confides will require food tickets no matter How much they pay for grandstand seats if they wish to be fed. How to Tell a hit show from a failure in London look for the queue chairs on the gallery Side. Londoners like to sit Down while waiting for the ticket window to open. A Long line of queue chairs in the afternoon Means that the show is successful. Carl Brisson and his wife strolling along the strand. When ordering roast beef at Simpsons ask for a Bullet. Vie Oliver the american vaudevillian who married Winston Church ill s daughter is master of ceremonies in a night club show. His wife Sarah is touring the provinces in a musical comedy. A the Good Earth is the towns newest talking picture hit. Most melancholy theater news in the strand was the report of Noel cowards sudden collapse during the Broadway run of Quot tonight at 8 30.�?� will make Mussolini Shoyb it happier they can have our Cla r., to Benedict Arnold or Jesse jailor both. So they say i you telling me by William Kirt Central press writer Joe runs a restaurant in our town he Sas full of ideas As a Small boy with a pair of scissors in a drapery shop. So when repeal came Joe got his License to sell the stuff decorated his beanery in what he thought was an ancient mexican Motif and put up a swell sign Quot Aztec bar pretty Slick he Joe was As sore As a congressman s.41. T Iolj a a wondering and worry Over the verdict of the Manv thrown upon it he carefully Small cottage and is Usea con-1 a a. Votry about that. Tinny mean what he wants und myriad moated or Quot a not decide that for Fie action of the cd Ort ind a it a a Quot Quot a fit these Little a Quot it to tvs to okla a Wpm to Quot a a Barp a not pm Quot one them to mean in Italy at least. I once in your life you will do exactly what you want they a needed it. I a a by to imagine that the in hrs be if i to t around a Al it Ere. But like Tho amm Erica Diss ers. Heeded uses drugs known regardless of quo they. And. Having boldly gone to have specific effect on the hear your own Way and done what you thought was rights and circulation it of find that nothing has happened. Nobody was paying any attention to you. Nobody is criticizing. Nobody is laughing nobody is ridicule All powerful a they. You discover with Joy. Imagining. And having defied him. You have defied him out of All existence. If you Are in foolish As to recreate him Quot they Quot May return to dominate your of but for the moment you Are free from the mean bondage of a of. Advice to lovelorn by Virginia ler i am worrying a Little about the answer i gave a v h aet. To Tel. I in _ a. A the gourmet society that new York or Rani nation devoted to excellent dining has Ling acne patriotic in an interesting Way. Item r5�tod Only in your timid heart in your own Farru. Harks upon a series of a american states dinners. They Hejran the other evening with a Maine dinner which was regarded a Little so optically at the Start by members with Continental tastes but was pronounced at the end a Complete gastronomical Success. The menu was crowded with sea food which lived up to governor Barrows claim that Maine has tile a finest freshest. Firmest sea food in the in addition to the scallops shrimps Cherrystone crabs lobsters and so on there were Maine baked potatoes Maine Green tomatoes pickles Maine pickled crab apples Maine Orreen peas Maine Corn stuffed tomatoes. Maine Beach Plum Jelly and Maine spiced Seckel Pear salad. Aion toward tile end came Maine Apple pan dowdy with Maine Maple syrup and Maine Blueberry pie. Coffee and imported wine appear to have been the Only foreign items on the menu. This strikes an outsider As an excellent idea. On with the state dinners and with the inevitable rivalry in recipes and skills a. O in pneumonia a in in Many other serious infections the diet i chiefly liquids such As soups Gruels milk and soft boiled Recs extra sugar is easy to imagine that the tear up u my p 7rconsiderable. Besides there is thou he and the late resident Coli sweeping and dusting and. I Haven to the least doubt window polishing. One Mother i know gave her growing daughter the grocery Money each week to teach her. A a by inf and budgeting. I there is always room for a gory country a in Mills and Beer pm j month or by injection of 1 was wre on Day when tie child Tahr a a of the latest tru.murer podium. Dextro., in a order to nipple the Nee can a if and a did a a had hot the curator also remain Faith Esfi Ary material for Energy. Saved two rents a can on Salmon Edge a morning trousers need pressing. They keep up with the news at Madame Tussaud a waxworks and in the chamber of horrors which can be seen for an extra 6 Pence Guy who discovered his wife had travelling relatives what could he do to get Over his Peeve Jos took a vacation and a trip to England. To mix business with pleasure he decided to make a tour of the Mother g Ren Ful to classic killings. While our the Ai St tavern he tackled bore a 0 a j m a is a i we i i la j2j5�% we 11 i i uni a a a new Vav we Ivi a i i o Ca nest and quiet Howe or Are More j a Quot cents or. Pots Oes because Coney Inland exhibits probably will wooden Board depicting a freckled important than nourishment in the s a compared prices a five feature the two Bathtub murders of bunk of Ham on the Hoof and the the greatest service our Deans of men Ana women perform for dents in their strenuous a i to a promoting . A 0 in Weese. Director of student i Kent state University. A a a As soon As you find our Unur b is a Boob go somewhere Al never work for a hogs who la just trying to get something out of Jon. A Walter Hoving new York in in address to students at col my a University. Wow the average american pm sur shot Glass of a Fine old a get. Ani then tosses it off with an zip it nip. Gives three Sodden we a a his lips with the Back of in a and says Quot a. There As a Dnn a Harry Lourie member Jacw association of alcoholic importers. Aaa Many cities have become too Large. And new York is on of the a in i inefficient and the people have to Hustle about to overcome that i. D. Ronald a scotch architect. It has again been Prover a a when representatives of workers and employers agree to get t. A in conference to discuss the d a Ferencek across the table Faar i reasonable agreement a of lab Ltd to Ces Perkins commenting on a a clo Chrysler pact. A a a never marry a confirmed a unless you Are an addict it a it mrs. Walter Hagen suing for a d a Vorce. A a a the bartender is a Doc Cho Logist Salesman and or his clients and must know now to handle them Frank Miriam Streetor of a school for of a tonic i serious stares of this disease when ,lor<1 recovery a Berun the diet is sex a a eng not enough. Pounded so to improve the blood Menrije washing dishes is not by Charlotte cords and other Vio and to help build broken Down �?�nou8&Quot experience for a girl. Moe Jhent demise of historic victims i Sim. Over it is like anything else in the j while they were soaking in suds. A i Way of work for unless we can put j of a Coney Island Barker by gently in this column to the Mother who was so Trou Tater not much j Cha Zirat andabor#1 hied about her grown up daughters. The girls ars i a two to three i the Manhattan season Tussaud a will legend a the sign of the spotted go on showing Marat slain in his tub i a a 3� bought it and shipped it Home with instructions. A a a chuckling with glee St How he had put it Over on his rum shop rivals it pneumonia must ourselves and our the Way were to hear of the land took the next boat Home. Secretaries and both Are going with their Bosses who give them expensive presents. Naturally the Mother and father Are dreadfully upset hut Are told by the girl that they the parents Are a old fogies a and just done to Bode stand. One could rave at the girls. I suppose and Tell them quarts a Day. A patient ordinarily i show our Dau bar How to make will not drink water when he to ? a the Queen s taste to sir it quite sick unless it is Given to him trn the mattress and fold under becomes me-1 slide business Tussaud a museum does Over week ends he would run for a passport and come on Over. The Little frenchwoman s waxworks has been an institution of London was four hours before a could find his place it was so Well hidden behind a the sign of the disappointed eel a Quot the sign of the bankrupt Buffalo Quot Quot the sign of the conavies cent a the sign of the Ain tor May advise giving water with a up pillows so the feathers backroom to a four Story building bilious Butterfly a Quot the sign of the will be alive with an attached movie theater and angry glow worm Quot and a the sign i under such circumstances the Doc i Corners of the sheets How to since 1802, and has grown from a , in Small amounts fre to fact that sort of thing Isnit ifs is old 8aenti-r. Sometimes additional water explain that flapping a cloth i yes the world to passing through a crisis such As the world has never seen before. But cheer up it has to ays been that Way. Roe one Speake of the possibilities of the american federation and the Rowdy g. L o. As Quot dual Union Rny a wonder if u shouldst be Gauga Quot Duelio fog has anything can he. Married men always have played around with Young unmarried girls and the girls a i Wasj have fallen for it and thought they were being very up to Date and smart. And invariably All Down the centuries the girls have found out that the inca were just playing around just amusing themselves. And whee they got tired of Oil they left the girls Flat and. Of. How the girls always have pitied themselves and accused the men of being brutes. And parents must stand aside and see their daughters headed for this sort of things and what can Thev to it words fall on deaf oars in such cases. To use quarrelling and turning them out after All the girls t Bernse Are the ones who will suffer to the end. There is no escaping it. And so i say that parents St mild stand by. After they have Given their warning. May be Given in the form of ice 1,01 dual Nso but instead to rub which the sick person can hold in carefully with a clean soft cloth. His Mouth thi s Sutphine fluid and. Booking is the Climax of All. St the same time adding to the a c00� is not hard but it should restaurant. A a a meals thrown in. Getting ready for Coronation is of the contented Kangaroo. A a a an interesting study into the life and letters of the famous Indian Tiente a Comfort. A a of foods is important so that All j Boniface when they Are stocking up persons you lore devotedly Drifting dishes will be finished at the same or new years ?.ve. On the rocks and being Able to do moment i the Grosvenor House for in nothing to help them i done to know help the child show Ber. Advise stance. Is tripling its staff with 350 what it in. Or and then like All Good Teachmen on the Day of he Pik ers. Avoid too often repeated advice. I c�0 n and has sent out for $100,000 keeping London a Otel and restau scout reveals that the Only thing the picturesque old English custom of powdering the hair was abandoned largely because of a Scarcity off a of. It a discovered during a food shortage that the flour used to about two thirds of Canadas Gold production now comes from the who a k ,. Province of Ontario. The province hair of the British army f produced ,9fa try of a total of never he a guessing Tane. Timing rant managers As Busy a new York s roman about col. Bill Cody was. A a Jim nose it unless the italians desist in their claim we May try to prove their National hero. Garibaldi was really Joe Doaks fire chief of oat barn. Neb. Wee if the italians want to borrow our celebrities we done to mind loan let her enjoy her triumphs. Ic.v� a it p Wren he Crnz a comes Anri the. A a a Quot t to m a or a a a1oft maa a Ough to feed 50.000 peo3.24 90 ounces for the Dominion a Luo Ca. 4 Ida j Tai of 133a, Worth of Champagne to Toast their Royal High Nesses at breakfast and luncheon. Champagne breakfast and luncheons. Incidentally Are tossed in with every grandstand reservation j Jug some of them but old Buffalo on Coronation Day with the com Bill is ours for keep raiment of the House the House a a men mos a a to w. U keep Bill Cody but in it lured for j Factor rape is a it Cost the Republic n $100,000 to elect Abrahao president of the United i860. In 1936. In an in Effort to elect Alfred m ? total of $7,400,900 was aper.�?T. A a a members of the mohair halon do not Wear silk a i from in be Ell Quot which they say is unclean a a a Washington. D. Cess nor a phones in proportion to its Hon than any other City in a world. A a a Snow never Falls on 70 of the Earth a surface. A thought for he Saith to the thou on the Earth like a Small rain and to the or at of Hia 37 6 a a a nature is too thin a aere1 glory of the omnipresent Goc by through everywhere.�?err.of Hejl a the first English pipes wer of Clay. These have been c 844. A

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