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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 24, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather fair and warmer volume Xxxvii the evening Republican i if e. I Ion Mitchell s. Tuesday december 24, 1929 eighteen pages number 72 disputes Over culinary Art ends at stove Lazzari pits Spaghetti be porello against souffle by Formichi Maria stirs ragout Chicago 111., dec. 24�?speaking of the great works of the stars of the Chicago civic opera have you heard these a Spaghetti chorus from paporello. By the great Basso Virgilio Lazzari or the ragout a la Mere Louise by Maria Claessens the charming contralto or perhaps the souffle a la Scarp a. By the leading baritone Cesare Formichi. These three opera stars got into a dispute yesterday Over their respective abilities As Cooks and joined the cookery staff at the hotel for a practical test. Lazzaris tour de Force was a tasty dish of Spaghetti to which he opera stars Star in Kitch gamblers indict Burke to get Board in massacre Aid is claim of Moran mob a wild jackasses form Corrall at hot Springs first chapter named in Honor of senator Moses object is to stir up docile donkeys so much that elephant will shiver i Barnes letters indicate i jurors see comparison of Legge promised Price Advance warning chairman denies it machine gun bullets by expert hot Springs s. D., dec. 24�?residents of the state soldiers Home Here have started a new organization sponsored largely by world War veterans. The initiatory meeting found 13 men present but they is believed chief Chicago 111., dec. 24�? a3 a Fred Burke was spotted on the microscopic tabs of science today and labelled proving that he can Sling together a wicked Spaghetti Virgilio Lazzari opera Star of the Chicago civic opera company demonstrated his skill As a chef in Ort paring his Spaghetti a la Lep orello. Lazzari right can Aff Zed the description a a la let be seen making his Spaghetti As Fritz Mattmueller Veteran hotel chef orello on the other hand Claes of Chicago looks on is regarded with satisfaction her j gout a la Mere Louise and for j Linchis souffle a la Scarp a was ins leered by him without a peer. The recipe for Spaghetti a la be orello Lazzaris specially Calls for in following ingredients Snook fails to get stay of execution Columbus Ohio. Dec. 24.�? apr the state supreme court in a decision late today refused All the motions of or. James h. Snook who must go to his death in the electric chair january 31 for the murder of Theora Hix. It was a Surprise decision. The court had granted Snook a stay of execution from december 20 to january 31 next. Advised of the court s action counsel for Snook said they were undecided As to the next move. They have two More Hopes to save the life of the former professor an Appeal to the United states supreme court and finally an Appeal to governor Meyers y. Cooper of Ohio. Evening Republican Bureau the Albee building Washington d. Washington do. Dec. 24�?reof w i painless of the fact that a denial a participant in the St Valentines has been made by Alexander Legge chairman of the farm Board it is quite evident from letters transmitted to senator Caraway of Arkansas by Julius Barnes Duluth commission merchant Friend of president Hoover and former president of the United states chamber of Commerce that Barnes and his associates in the giant produce cooperative company formed under face and proceeded to organize Moses Corral no. 13, Independent i order of wild jackasses. The meeting place is an open Corral in a nearby Mesa surrounded by the tall Pines of the Black Hills. Monthly meetings Are to be held Day massacre of seven Moran gang on nights of the first full Moon a in liquid form. This motion did fair to upset the Harmony of the meeting. For immediately several objections were registered on the grounds that a it would be illegal and morally very Unright a fur-1 decided to slap superstition in the the More if this Resolution should j be adopted and followed out liter _ x re ally a it might increase our order roads opposition to rail merger plan grows senators and officials aver no consolidation is needed sters. A new science to Cope with the cunning of crime ballistics the fingerprints of bullets was used by col. Calvin Goddard. New York expert to present evidence to a coroners jury of six prominent chicagoan that immediately brought a murder charge against improving i i r the farm Board believe that the a la butter i. La Salt pork. In lbs Spaghetti. La grated Pecarina cheese. To grated Parmesan cheese. I la fresh tomatoes. I moderately sized onion. I tablespoonful cocktail sauce. Remove the skins from the tomatoes and prepare As for a Stew. Dice the Salt pork and onions and place in sauce pan with one Quarter of a Pound of butter. When the onions become slightly browned pour in the tomatoes and simmer gently for an hour. Add cocktail sauce and leave on fire for two mutes. Cook the Spaghetti in boiling Salt water for fifteen minutes. Drain then add one half the sauce and one half the cheese. The rest of the sauce is poured Over the portions As served while the rest of the cheese is sprinkled Over the individual portions. J this recipe is sufficient for six Servings. Of Early morning fire razes Salem Home Salem s. D., dec 24.�? special j a fire Early this morning did damage estimated at $2,000 to the Home cd Clarence Jenneman. In the Southeast part of Salem. The Blaze was discovered about 3 a. In. By roomers on the second floor. The alarm was quickly answered by the Salem Volunteer department and although nation the nearest water hydrant was two banking is Given on Quot representative James g. Strong confining them to the roof and upper part of the House. All the furniture on the first floor was removed most of the furnishings on the second floor however wer destroy Strong said a and i believed by fire smoke and water. Or i Jenneman a loss is partially covered insurance. Most of u. S. To get White Xmas new storms sweep Over East accidents cripple transportation farm Board is going to a play balls with the Grain commission men and speculators. This was Plain to brought out in a letter written by or. Barnes to r. F. Gunkelman of Fargo. In that letter or. Barn its wrote his Fargo associate that chairman Legge has a expressly disclaimed that the farm Board had started with any antagonism and prejudice and then he continued to notify speculators a this was followed by an Assurance from chairman Legge that before the farm Board again took any important action such As the Price Advance when such action affected the Grain Trade they would before reaching a decision Call into Mittee of Grain men to Tell them what from practical would be the effect of such action new York n. Y., dec. 24�?up a i a White Christmas was in Prospect i throughout most of the country j from Maine to Texas today. A Northeast storm brought Snow j and sleet to new England and the i Atlantic coast states while the West. Hardly recovered from the blizzards aced by any Suc action. I of last week experienced another 1 j heavy fall. Unprecedented Snow i which visited the South As far As i Louisiana was melting but in Tex As and other sections promised to i linger Ever the number of fatal accidents Dis 1 erupted air mail service and difficult Highway travel fences May be eliminate Fyk. J j i have a feeling that the Grain Trade is altogether too Quick to magnified Many times the grooves and markings of bullets that raked at least two of the massacred gangsters were shown in the analysis of ballistics to be identical with bullets fired from a machine gun found in the Arsenal of burkes St. Joseph mich., hideaway. See the proof then the jurors selected for their prominence in civic affairs saw for themselves through the Microscope they saw both sets of bullets illuminated by the new science and the evidence to them we As adjudged conclusive proof that Burke was a Par by adding tic Pant in if not the commander i of the massacre. The murder charges were brought in the slayings of James Clark and or. Reinhardt Schwimmer tw7o of the massacred. The other inquiries order that its Silvery Sheen May mellow7 the sonorous Brays that will from time to time float out Over the Rivers and valleys of this Broad land that the musical strains May not fall harshly on the cultivated ears of the More Forward at the initiatory ceremony the following Resolution was submitted whereas it. Is Well understood that a wild jackass know eth not j a master s crib and whereas we have in the past been fed up or Down no on Primrose promises seasoned with oratorical Apple sauce until we stand dangerously near the fainting Point. Therefore be it resolved by the wild jackasses in Corral assembled that we henceforth seek better results from the nearby farm grains including Corn and when this Resolution was submitted a member took the floor and moved that it be amended by the three w7ords�?in so rapidly that it would create a dearth in this dietary question was finally settled and Harmony restored by an agreement that henceforth we would browse on wild Oats and Graze them from any political pasture that looked Good to us that at a later Date we might if it seemed advisable go in a body to the Plains of Abraham and scatter ourselves among the Long suffering docile donkeys and kick enough Pep into them to Wake them up and get them to milling in such formidable formation that they would keep the elephant shivering until he shakes some of the High Tariff barnacles from his Back and henceforth keep to the Trail of common sense. The members believe this is going to be an interesting order. As it becomes More thoroughly established a we May get Chesty and Courry Combs and brushes to be grow somewhat fastidious cause Curry Combs and brushes to be brought Back on the Market but you can bet we will not raise the Price of Pillow slips and bed sheets a they explain. Experience a were left a pen pending an analysis of the bullets found in the five oth so that they would have considered ert>b8 the viewpoint of the established Grain Trade which might be men 3 More fliers lost in Siberia a i think something of the policies of the farm Board will be affected by continued experience and study and that persistently presenting logical fair terms of american business like Grain facilities will affect this action int a position where injustice and unfair influx Pilot and two passengers missing on hop from Alaska before this witnesses had identified photographs of Burke As the Man dressed As a policeman who Nome Alaska dec. 24�?up a the left the front door of the garage in names of three More men were which the gangsters were lined added against the Wall and slain. This Branch banking May be checked rep. Strong says hell offer Bill says chains must be stopped i attended the series of storms. A heavy Snow storm in Maine i hampered the work of repairing damage done by last weeks sleet j storm. Piling drifts in Vermont tied up rail service and halted motor traffic. In new York state snow7 ranged in depth from six inches at Buffalo to More than a foot in the Central i part of the state. Reach certain conclusions May never come into play at All. Anyway i Hope to be helpful from time to time. Credit to press sent a you May have noticed in the press the unprecedented step by which the president of the United states has called upon organized Man was carrying a machine gun. Another alias Burke too has been identified i As Fred Dane of St. Joseph mich., i who posed As a quiet gentleman of j Means. It was burkes slaying of j patrolman Charles Skelly of St. Joseph following a minor traffic which argument that brought the nation-1 wide manhunt. Meanwhile denial came from Clyde Ohio that a Man killed in a robbery there december 13 was Burke. The Man killed w7as Raymond Beckwith an escaped convict. 0 evening Republican Bureau. The Albee building. Washington d. J Washington d. dec. 24.�?assurance that the House will be asked at this sesion to pass on leg prohibiting Chain and Here by of Kansas one of the three midwestern members on the banking and a j currency committee. A i expect to offer such a Bill myself soon after the Christmas re today to the list of fliers missing in the Frozen wastes of Siberia across Bering Strait from Here. Already Busy with preparations i for an Aerial search for Carl Ben Eielson noted Arctic Pilot and his 1 Mechanic Earl Borland the group of aviators at Teller yesterday i j Vertex some of their efforts to a Hunt for Phil Graham a Pilot and t his two passengers r. B. Julian and w. By Miller who left the Alaska Mainland last tuesday on a flight to elephant Point Siberia. Nothing has been heard from them since. Make Brief search Frank Dorbandt and Mechanic Pope who have been participating in the attempts to Fly to Eielson a Rescue took off from Teller yester in new York City a slight Rise in business to mobilize its. Own.1arte f he i Opal Toltus at temperature turned a Light Snow in favor fail to sleet which froze on pave promised the co ration t of the ments and sidewalks and impeded j government i think it traffic. Several minor accidents of scant that we have a president were blamed on Slippery pavements that Beleve business can the Street cleaning department i itself an a tie res or. E in called out 7.00b men to Clear away Ness world has been v which broke out shortly after mid. Region forced piloted Young to re the Snow and tested a new chemical i think the Job can be done so that night Here destroyed the City Hall turn Telier yesterday after Mak Snow removal device invented by and recension in Tren a a a i building which Wai also used ing a second attempt to carry Gaso professor Horace Barnes of Mcgill will be limited arid moderated. Opera House the Star hotel build be supp leg t0 Niers Are Menno barns in _ to i co u run hum Adieu Yra Ici Blaze at City Hall j Day to search for Graham Julian Menno s. D., dec. 24�?up a fire and Miller. Heavy fog Over the most of the University spraying to blocks fifth avenge with the mixture. Three de is numerous injuries and blocked highways were the result of heathy snows in Virginia. Residents of Hillsboro Texas of Barnes said in his letter to Sena 7 it Nice of the Anci e a Isolen jul. Birx a gating from the ice bound ship Tor Caraway enclosing copies of the shop attuned to the Hook Jota Namik of the siberian coast in the letter. I loss was estimated at Hunt for Eielson and Borland. T h Irold Gillam and Joe Grosson Fol us a who Are making the Nanuk their a if you keep in mind the Back covered by insurance around which disturbed me namely. The towns fire fighting the growing bitterness on the part ment housed in the City Hall was were digging themselves out of a j of Northwest grata hot rests Grove emergency. Calls a train is derailed Ottumwa la., dec. 24.�? up a Rock Island passenger train no. 475 operating Over the Branch line Between Eldon and Des Moines was wrecked within a Block of the Union station Here this morning when a rail broke. Thomas Evans there will be Strong sentiment in the 7g inches of Snow the head and Bankers against the farm Board brought the departments from free committee to report such a Meas ppr a it i corded there. Policies which i Felt we partly sex Man it Scotland and trip. The tire to the House for action. A your chairman representative Mcfadden of Pennsylvania has been a Long standing opponent of Brank banking As Well As the Chain system which is in my opinion far Florida had freezing temperatures and overcast skies As far South As Ever recorded there i a the Everglades. At Miami and key West warmer weather prevailed with the Mercury at 68 degrees. Member of the committee to give definite View s of this subject which j of Eldon baggage Man was injured will be one of the major problems when the baggage car turned on Early in the session. President its Side. Car also left the rails but Hoover in his annual message has did not turn Over. Suggested that a thorough invest n gation of Chain banking be con j i ducted. The general sentiment on the House committee will not be known j until formal meetings have been a. Beld. It is believed however that weather forecast Dale ire Otic fair tonight and colder tonight rising wednesday in West representative Strong is the first Hoover Calls for Harris after rap a at crime study Washington. C., dec. 24 up president Hoover conferred today with senator Harris of Georgia. Who has demanded the removal from the Law enforcement commission of Federal judge Paul j. Mccormick. Nor we it ii it a .7 is it St to in sex Iota a to wednesday it will be fairly divided among those the georgian a Leader among. Opposing Branch and Chain Banks h who have expressed Dis Satis fore the committee this week 0n �?zth06< faction with the procedure of the1. A a commission said that he had been called to to White House by or. Ing temper Branch and Chain banking. The i Hooyer we is a first two groups Are greatly in the ment on the Natu majority according to or. Strong. Sion o Honolulu Hawaii dec. 21�? up a a except Snow to Ofle Ltd system of Branch banking but Tion colder to frowning upon the Chain growth Treme Southeast and those favouring wide open j agg rated misapprehensions of these policies and the Clearing of the air which would follow a definite discussion of those policies i even though they led to a Well defined disagreement on the policies themselves you will have the background of the Effort i made for this in this letter to Frank l. Carey of Minneapolis or. Barnes w Rote that a after All Legge is a business it should be possible to discuss and reach an agreement or definite difference of opinion As to certain Caraway ailed in letters the letters were filed in response to a request by senator Caraway chairman of the Senate lobby com a. Mittee when Barnes appeared be proved Quarter Section near t0 Parkston South Dakota for discuss the efforts of commission men to keep the farm Board from Blaze was under control by Daylight. A Christmas cantata was Given in the opera House last night and overheating of the Furnace in an Effort to warm the building is thought to have been the cause of the Blaze. The crowd was All out of the building by to p. N and the fire was not discovered until 12 30 a. In. The Best Ever for Trade a unit to por no y fair to colder torn slightly Ion warm senator Harris objected to statements judge Mccormick made in the i los Angeles about prohibition enforcement. Mccormick said that lit local night and settled tonight in exertion odder tonight Antral portion colder East Ann South por a pm pc rat ores and minimum tem recorded by the offi it thermometer from Day to 7 a. In. Today. Hawaiian couple to celebrate birth of a daughter named her a search of private dwellings without a Puhia which Means a ten eyes of warrants was an outstanding Evi. Watching Over the Harris contended that Mccormick s j Quot friends of i utterances would encourage Law heaven Are Flower Mounta the couple Calle the baby Breakers. Rio Grande Valley property. Ruining their business. In the Carey j write owner 504 co re letter Earnes said William m Jar la a Dine former Secretary of Agricula j pudilcan., Ture and now an associate of j this and was run for a continued on Page sixteen j n Texas and we believe its Success was exceptional. We would like to publish the advertisers name but must omit it because the and was Blind. Envisions flight at i 5,000 Miles an hour n. Y., dec. 24 �1 new York the Day of 1,000 passenger air planes propelled by rockets at 5000 Miles an hour was Visioned today pm t conducted his rocket tests. He is having a rocket plane built j in Germany which he plans to hurl across the English Channel prob i. 0 i. 24.29 ii pita Tion Les pre Nuary i by Fritz von opel German Manu ably in the summer of 1931. He and aul Banty on rocket peels to present to the Navy depart planes. Ment at Washington his plan of weather and roads City a a Scia Ted pres Al 7am Hilo of roads 29 Oioi 26 a 9 Good 32 28 26 in in fair 16 29 16 a fair 34 36 31 a a a Good 18 36 16 Good 39 48 36 to Good 35 39 27 a a Good von opel who flew a rocket pro preventing forced landings. By use helped plane in Germany last of of perpendicular rockets attached Tober a distance of a mile in 75to a planes Tail he said the plane seconds said he expected to see the can be made to drop almost Verti-5.000 mile an hour air plane in of Cally with its nose in the air and ration within the next generation land in a Small area. He said he be j and possibly within the next dec Ade. Lived rockets would adults for launching replace planes cat Dom the 30-year old inventor arrived. Ships. From Germany yesterday on liner col urn ens Acca Bride of two months. The he issued a Challenge to any he and his wife merry Christmas cd in keeping with its time honoured custom i he evening Republican will publish no editions tomorrow Christmas Day. I he business office of i he Mitchell publishing company will be closed All Day Christmas too. It will be open for business As usual on thursday. Both the evening Republican and the Mitchell publishing company wish to take this Opportunity to wish All their readers friends and patrons a merry merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous new year. Base. Were reported to have taken off from the ship yesterday and to have returned without finding a Trace of either Eielson Borland or their plane. Five Are missing with five men now missing pilots Here Are facing the worst conditions of the year under which to carry on a search. Daylight lasts Only a few hours limited Dine us tics curtail the use of a planes on Long flights and the work of radio stations we hich depend upon that form of fuel to generate Power. Unfavourable weather has handicapped the Rescue attempts. Efforts will be continued however to establish a base n the siberian coast. Railroad officials at Seward were reported to Haze made arrangements to Start three big Cabin planes n their Way to Fairbanks within two hours after their arrival at Seward tonight or tomorrow. The planes Are being moved from Seattle to Seward aboard the coast guard Are being moved from Seattle to Seward aboard the coast guard Cutter Chelan. A squad of Canadian airmen on the Relief expedition aboard the Chelan then will Fly tile planes from Fairbanks to Teller and join the search for the missing men. Fliers Here now Lack closed Cabin planes such As those coming on the Chelan. Officials Are baffled by farm killing Miller s. D., dec. 24�? up a ten Days after the slaying of mrs. Anton Lapke officials who have searched for clues on the Lapke farm North of Here today were still without clues that would give any hint As to the identity of the person who stabbed her and hid the body in a Straw stack. Grant Parrish states attorney and other hand county officials have refused to announce whether their investigations have resulted in any Progress. Mrs. Lapke disappeared from her House the night of december 14. Her body was found a week ago last night but the killing is still unsolved. O plea of undermined health May get pantages release los Angeles Calif. Dec. 24�?up District attorney Buron Fitts announced today he would appoint three physicians to examine Alexander t. Pantages vaudeville magnate convicted of assaulting Eunice Pringle coed dancer and report the condition of his health to Superior judge Charles Fricke thurs compulsory Power to bring Day at a hearing of the Multi millionaires petition for release on Bond pending decision of his Appeal. Fitts said yesterday he would not oppose pantages petition if the Trio of disinterested doctors said the theater Man Xmas in danger of death or permanently impaired health because of his incarceration. Pantages filed he petition yester Washington d. C., dec. 24�?c45 a although Railroad consolidation has been before Congress and the interstate Commerce commission for nine years opinion on the necessity for such a step remains widely at variance. Probably most important of the benefits Congress expected to result from consolidations was that Short lines weak in Many instances would be changed from Independent carriers into Branch lines of trunk systems thereby providing the necessary equipment facilities and funds. Consolidation of the weak with the Strong also was expected to assure continued life and usefulness for the smaller lines then seriously imperilled financially after months of government ownership. Finally it was hoped that the increased efficiency and savings that might result from single management and Long hauls by single systems instead of multiple hauls would result in lower rates to the Public. Doubts rate Cut that this would result is doubted by representative Huddleston democratic member of the interstate Commerce committee who believes consolidations a often Lead to dangerous Mono lies and should be a discharged unless there is actual economic need for views opposed to Hasty mergers were expressed by commissioners Eastman and Mcmanamy in separate reports accompanying the commissions plan. Pointing out that after 26 months of government control Many railroads were bankrupt or nearly so with operating expenses rising without a corresponding increase in rates commissioner Mcmanamy said a there was a general apprehension that the transportation system of the country would not be Able to function efficiently a and a out of this came the consolidation provisions of the act of 1921. Commissioner Eastman said a such sentiment As appears to exist in favor of the consolidation of railroads in a few great systems is i believe largely artificial a i neither the shippers or Railroad officers voicing sentiments in favor of it. Roads improving the status of the roads has been steadily improving he said with the improvement extending to the a so called weak lir ifs of which there Are now a Only a few left which Are really disturbing factors in the Railroad a under these he i continued a i submit there is no Wisdom in experimenting with a reasonably satisfactory situation by Radical attempts to promote consolidations out of hand on a grandiose senator fess Republican Ohio has determined however to press for Early consideration after the Christmas recess of his Bill which would give the commission Semi about consolidations. A Foshay denies he saved anything in crash of his firm Minneapolis minn., dec. 24.�? spa a detailed statement explaining Day with affidavits of eight medi s phases affairs of the three companies he organized which went into receivership nov. I was made today by w. B. Foshay of Minneapolis a order he said a to Clear up misunderstandings and rumours which have grown up since.�?�. In particular he referred to statements which he asserted have thrown him in the Light of having been personally extravagant in conducting the business of the w. B. Foshay company the Central holding company the Public utilities consolidated company utilities operating concern and the Foshay Tower corporation owner of a recently completed building the tallest in Minneapolis. Foshay asserted that the records of his firms Are Complete and in Good order and that they show clearly that except for inability to dispose of securities in october and reduced capacity for obtaining credit resulting from Market conditions the firm would have continued solvent. This he declared meets inferences he had privately gained from the company without sharing with the stockholders. He said that his personal Fortune is tied up with the company. Hunter kills wild Goose loses hand san Francisco Calif., dec. 24�?up a a. F. Speedy of Pittsburgh killed a Goose but the Goose had its revenge. It shot off speedy a left hand. Speedy with a group of companions had bagged several geese and was Given Over to last minute pre Dent Hoover is Well provide i with was about to quit the Hunt yesterday a a when a particularly tempting Fleck sailed Over head. Speedy fired and one Goose fell. It dropped into a neighbouring Blind striking the trigger of another Hunters gun Anc ton Cal experts stating the showman had suffered a series of heart attacks and might die if not Given Hospital treatment. fake Aid to cupid jailed for 8 months los Angeles Calif., dec. 24�?john Weisert was sentenced to eight months in the county jail monday on a charge of using the mails to defraud by conducting a matrimonial Bureau with his wife As the simple Little German girl who wanted a husband. Mrs. Elsie desert his wife will not be prosecuted As she is about to become a Mother and is afflicted with tuberculosis. Weisert Wii Ose real name is Jacob Brock said that dire necessity of his wife and children caused him to conceive the idea of obtaining Railroad fares for the Weisert pleaded guilty in Federal court. Very Good a result from had hoovers prepare for you ran rime 5 an quiet Christmas a y Swers in All and i believe i j. R Washington d. a dec. 24�?up a color scheme of the executive Man will get a Trade out or la. It tie glad i spirit which comes each Sion. There were to o Christmas is the Best proposition in an year with Holly wreaths sprigs of i Trees one a monster Spruce n the i i i Fyk Evergreen and bundle Laden but and i Nave Ever seen me i cheerful pedestrians today pervaded a double services had never the National capital As its residents hear of it being used before. More papers ought to use it. Christmas. If i Trade i shall a write and East room and another smaller in the presidents apartments u stairs. Around the latter the three Mem a official and unofficial entered Jers of the Hoover family who Are heartily into their Observance of j in the City or. And mrs. Hoover and their son. Allens will gather the vast machinery7 of the gov i tomorrow together with a few eminent was at rest. In the White Choice friends and Exchange Christie you about it. Thanks. I House and in thousands of Homes Mas presents. Dos a Ever fails where humbler Folk live it the Day for has Christmas dinner presi to please even when it Parat hns for the Happy Celebration a favorite fowl wild Turkey. His k a r i .1 1 of the Morrow. Secre Alawrence Richey sometimes rails me Over huge wreaths of Holly w7ere Hung Hunting in Virginia Over the w Eek Tiser always appreciates our n every window7 of the White House end and returned with two Fine be. 2 l. J festooned with the Crimson of Birds weighing Twenty and eighteen Earnest Ett Orts to bring Good Christmas while dozens of Bright pounds which he present d to the a a discharging it. The charge results. I hued poinsettias added to the Gay chief executive. Off speedy s hand
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