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NEW. BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, TUESDAY JULY, 18. 1911 ---FIRST SECTION
. ARE ON FI
Fire Sweeping Over Michigan.
Towns Wiped Out. Scores
of Lives Lost
Bay City, Midi.; July 13th. A solid
wall of flamed is sweeping -northward
threatening to blot out the entire upper
part of the lower .Michigan peninsular.
Twenty-one counties are on fire.
Villages, and hundreds of outlying
homes are obliterated.
Scores of deaths and hundreds are
'doomed with fire. ;
Starvation is adding to the fire ter
ror. Women and children are fleeing thro
the country -while the men are1 trying to
fight bask the Ares' onslaught.
. Governor Osborne is campaigning for
succor for the homeless. '
: At North Bay 300 were suffocated or
burned to death or drowned in the
lhe magnitude of the catastrophe in
erf aies at every report. . - ;
It is estimated that the property dam
age is over five million dollars.
The people are panic-stricken and
stampeding to the lakes and rivers.
Notice of Loss of Certificate of
Notice is hereby given that I have
lost or misplaced Certificate No. 51 for
ten shares of series No. 4 of the capital
stock of the Home Building & Loan
Association issued 'ome, said certificate
hearing date May 1st, 1909. If same
is not found within thirty days applica
tion will be made by me for duplicate
F. L. PERKINS,
This the 30th, day of June, 19ll.
Makes Great Impovement.
The Pine Lumber Company is (mill
ing a large lumber shed, .200 feet or
more long, of brick, parallel with the
mill yard on Griffith street. Sometime
ago the company built a large, brick
building on the northern part of the
yard, to be used for stables and vehic-
les, with the present structure comple
ted the whole western tnd of the com
pany's property will be enclosed with a
brick wall, save the part occupied by
the office and driveway. , It makes a
marked improvement in the looks of
Earthquake Tremors Felt In Washing
ton. Washington, July 13 Powerful earth
quake shocks lasting through nearly
three haurs Wednesday were recorded
by the seismographs at Georgetown
University. The tremors began at
11.27 last night and continued in vary
ing intensity until 1.18 this morning.
The greatest disturbance was at 12.20,
The shocks were recorded on both hor
izontal and vertical seismographs, in
exactly the same degree of intensity.
Father Torndoff, said he oi l not be
liuve the disturbances were tie r.-tui
of quakes in the United State i.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS -Have
you neglected your Kidneys?
. Have you overworked your nervous ays
tern and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side, back, groins and bladder?
Have you a flabby appearance of the
face, especially under the eyes? Too f re
quent a desire to pass urine? If so, Wil
liams' Kidney Pills will .cure you-at
Druggist, Price 60c Williams' M'f'g
' Co., Prop., Cleveland, O..
1 . . '
Y "Swat The Fly."
. All over North Carolina this slogan it
now heard hundreds of times each day.
Not until recently have the people fully
realized the danger and menace to the
health of everyone these little pests
cause. The following formula when
properly mixed will kill hundreds of
flies every day and within a day or two
your premises will be free from them:
Half cupful each of milk and water,
table sro inf ul of Formalin. Place this
in a flat dish with , a small piece of
bread in the centre . and put in a place
frcauented by the file-. Those who
are not able to purchase the Formalin
ean get it free of charge from Dr J. F.
. Rbem, the county physician. Care
hould be taken not to allow cats, dogs,
or other animals get near the mixture.
$20,000 Verdict Against A. T. Co.
Raleigh, N. C. July 13.-Tha Wart
Kramer Tobacco Company of Norfolk
receives today a verdict of $20,000
damage againsts the American Totaceo
Company. - 1 .
The verdict wis rendered at 9:80
o'clock this morning. .
Under the Sherman Anil-Trust Act
there is provision fur treble damages,
. The couit will nter a judgment
Against ti e American Tobacco Company
Fare. Food Expert's Enemies De
termined On His Down
- , fall.;
. Washington. July 14. Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, pure' food expert and ehief
of the bureau of chemistry of the De
partment of Agriculture, and one of
the most widely known officials in the
government service, has been condemn
ed by a committee on personnel of. the
Department nf Agriculture with a rec
ommendation to President Taft that-he
be "permitted to resign."
Attorney-General Wir.keraham in an
opinion of the case, submitted to the
President, recommends approval of the
It is charged against Dr. Wiley that
he permitted an arrangement to be
made with Dr. H, H. Rusby, recog
nized pharmacognosist, of Columbia
University, New York, for compensa
tion in excess of that allowed bylaw,
it is claimed that the arrangement was
to put Dr. Rusby on the pay roll of the
department at $1,600 a year as at em
ploye of the Bureau of Chemistry an
agreement being made with him that
he should & be called upon to perform
only such service as this salary would
compensate for at the rate of $20 per
day laboratory investigations and $5
per day for attendance in court.
Attorney-General Wickereha-n held
that the law permitted; payment of only
$9 a day, this sum being increased to
'I wouldn't advise anyone to wait
around my office to te) me put out;
there is no telling lio-v long ic will be,"
said Dr. Wiley, today, when asked for
a statement, ' I
'Do I look frightened about (he mat
ter? All I know is that a copy of the
charges was served on me about a week
ago and I will make reply to them
through Secretary Wilson to the Presi
dent . Until the latter sees fit to make
the statement public 1 hive nothing
further to aay in tin matter."
1 dozen Hammocks, bright new col
ors never been selected over. We had
unusual large sales on Hammocks, there
fore we are reducing. .Come and make
selection. You can get a good strong
Hammock for $2 50.
0 J. S. MILLER.
Strange that we are willing to for
give people for changing their opinions
only when they do so to espouse our
Threatened the Klpg.
The honor of knighthood is not one
which appeals to everybody. Coke of
Norfolk, who considered that heliad a
far better claim tbnn the speaker to
the deslgnatlou of first commoner of
England, strongly disliked the idea of
a handle to bis name. This fact was
well known to George. IV. When Coke
was chosen to bead a deputation pray
ing the king to dismiss from bis per
-on nhd council those advisers who by
their conduct had proved themselves
Yii enemies to the throne and peo
ple George announced, teat be would
get even with him. "If Coke of Nor
folk enters my presence." bo declared,
"I swear I'll knight him." The threat
was repeated to Coke, who lejolned,
"If be dares such a thing I swear I'll
break bis sword." And as the sturdy
Norfolk squire was quite capable of
doing this. George refrained from car
ryiug out his threat London Chron
Must Wear Collar In Court.
Lynn, Mrss., July 14th. No matter
how hot the weather ia, this court must
be paid the customary amount of re
spect, was the ruling of Judge Henry
T. Luramus in the Lynn police court
today, when Thomas F. Fee, a law stu
dent, appeared In the dock - without a
collar to defend a client of his employ
er, Attorney James W. Sullivan. Fee
not only had his collar off. but be did
not have it with him.
Can Easily be Made Fascinating
On April 2. 1910. Mrs. R. M. Worden
6 St. James Ave. Holyokt, Mass
wrots: "Parisian Saga Is th best hair
dressing I ever uei. . It gsvt my hair
life and a gloss Which no other dressing
ever di besides it from fallingout. It
is the only dressing for up-to-date wo
men." . " -
Parisian Saga Is guaranteed by Brad
ham Drug Co. to cur dandruff, stop
falling bair and Itching scalp in two
weeks, or money back. It makes hair
grow lustrous and luxuriant. It is a
delightfully refreshing hair dressing,
not sticky or greasy and will Immediat
ely banish all odors. Large bottle 50
cents at druggists everywhere and at
Bradham Drng Co. The girl with the
Auburn hair is on tvery package,
Only Five More States Need
Eatify Income Tax Ameud
- . ment
Washington, D. C. July 14-With
the ratification of but five more States
needed to make the income tax amend
ment part of the fundamental law,
members of Conrgess, certain of the
success of the amendment to the near
future are beginning to consider it in
relation to tariff legislation. The in
come tax amendment as drawn does
not provide that the tax shall be levied
as Boon as the provision is ratified. The
legality of the principle is merely rec
ognized and it is left to Congress to np
ply the principle in future legislation.
But with the revenue to ba derived
from an income tax ready at hand, one
of the arguments in favor of a high
. im i, , j . m I '
lariu will oa uesiroye i. larm legisla
tion at the session of congress which
meets in December will almost certain
ly be framed with the income tax in
mind, it is practically assured nowthi t
the amendment will ba ratified by tl e
necessary number of States early in
We can't keep the mos
quito and fly out of your
yard, but we can furnish you
with the material to keep
them out of your soup and
bed-room. Cost nominal. J.
S. Basnight Hdw. Co.
London Club Etiquette.
The American' duchess, followed by
her motor, led Miss Cochon of Chicago
out St James street
"Oh, there's the duke!" cried Miss
Cocbon of Chicago as they passed
Brooks club, but the duchess sold hur
"Don't look at him, my dear, or he
will cut you. Dou't you understand
club etiquette V
'No; not if it differs from other eti
"Well," said the duchess, "it differs
altogether. The club, you see, origi
nated In London. The club has been
defined as the weapon wherewith the
savage keeps the white woman at a
distance. In club etiquette women are
Ignored. As you pass White's or the
Carlton, the Junior Carlton or Brooks
you will see your best friends, top hat
pushed back and bands folded on stick,
glaring solemnly at you from this win
dow or from that, but your best
friends won't speak to you. It Isn't
club etiquette. And if yon spoke to
them it would be a worse fanx pas
than if you appeared at court under
the influence of liquor." Cincinnati
Two Important Documents About
sAlaskan Steal Dis
s , appears.
Washington, July 15 -Another mys
terious "disappearance" of documents
in regard to the Controller Bay; Alaska
rights of way, has developed before the
House Committee on Expenditures in
the Interior Department.
Major J. B. Cavanaugh, assistant to
the chief of engineers, in charge of the
river and harbor division, swore that
he bad been unable to find a map which
Chairman Graham (Dem III.) hap
proof Was in the files of the War Dc-
dartment until a few weeks ago.
The map was alleged to have been
filed on December 14, 1910, by Richard
S. Ryan, the alleged Guggenheim agent,
and purported to show his claim for
rights of way around the bay.
Cavanaugh testified he had been un
able to find any trace of the map.
This is the second document on the
Controller Bay record which Miss M.
F, Abbott, author of the charges that
the Guggenheims were attempting to
grab the only available outlet from the
Alaskan coal fields, asserts is mi-sing.
The other was the famous "D ck to
Disk" letter which Miss Abott ssys
she saw in the flies of the Interior De
partment and which is alleged to have
mentioned Charles P, Ta(t, brother of
the President, as having "indued" the
Executive to throw open Controller
Bay to Ryan for entry.
An annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Bsnk of Dover, N. C., will
be held at the bank building ia Dover,
on Friday Aug. 11th, 1911, , '
W. II. CATON,
- r " Collier.
This 11th day of July 1911
Uoyi and stenographers headed 14
rs Insurance companies raid in Philadelphia.
-': 1 1 : t v. u. ..,ntn xt..I
For Pressideutial Pos
sibilities. Lincoln, Neb, July 14-r-In a cautious
way W. J. Bryan ha.Jven out a list
of Democrats . who mcetf with" his. ap
proval as Presidential possibilities. The
forthcoming issue of his Commoner,
which contains the list, gives promin
ence to tnree men Joseph W. Folk of
Missouri, Gov. Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey and Speaker Champ Clark
hut Mr. Bryan ia careful to disclaim
any intention of. singling out any one of
them as his personal preference.
Mr. Bryan says the time is approach
ing when it is not improper to discuss
the availability of those who may as
pire to head the ticket, and this, he
says, ha pr po-es to do. The name of
Gov. Harmon of Ohio is conspicuous
for its absence
Series of Mectlnes at Kitt Swamp.
The Journal is rtqueslfcd.to announce
that a protracted nuetin); will begin at
Kilt Swamp Church this- county. Tues
day nifjht, August Hth, to ba conducted
by Rev. Charles C. Wise. A cordial
welcome will Im extended to all.
Roasting an Egg.
Every boy and girl down on the farm
In times gone by used to roast egs,
pieces of meat and potatoes in embers
In the old wood cook stove or in th
big open fireplace. Bams were search
ed for liens' nests, and the Bne, fresh
ejtKS were wrapped In heavy paper.
The paper was danieiied. otid several
thicknesses of it protected the eggs
from scorching. You know, wet pa
per In a hall is hard to burn. Well,
the wrapped up eggs were put on the
live coals and partially covered hy
them. In from live to fifteen uiinutea
the egg was roasting hot and ready to
eat with salt, pepper and butter. A
pin hole was made hi the big end of
the egg so as to let the steam escape
m keep it from bursting the shell and
the uienls from Ttimitns'oiiL If you
have never as u suiall boy rousted sueti
eggs you have missed one of child
hood's greatest Joys. New York Presa
The Philadelphia Lawn
Mower will make your lawn
have a decent appearance
when properly applied. J.
S. Basnieht Hdw. Co.
Sir John Malcolm, the first chairman
of the Orlentnl club. vns a great talk
er and had been nicknamed "Bahuw
der Jaw" It was said hy Canning. It
was n family failing, as wo learu from
Mr. Ralph Neville's "London Clubs."
"There were ten Malcolm brothers,
two of them admirals. All ten seem
to have possessed the same character
istic, for when Lord Wellesley was as
sured hy Kir John that he and threo
brothers hud once met together lu In
din the governor general declared It to
be 'Imposslhle imite Impossible!' Mal
colm reiterated his statement. '1 re
pent It Is Impossible. If four Mal
colms had coine together we should
have heard the noise all over India.'"
Former Attorney-General Ignor
ed Charge as Well asAVicker-
Washington, July 1G The prompt in
vestigation of Attorney-General Wick
efthnm, in connection with the news
Alaska spoliation scandals was delayed
unexpectedly by the absence of Judge
Henry D. Clayton, Chairman of the
Committee on Judiciary.
Julge Clayton is to report the reso
lution of Delegate James Wickershsm,
calling on Attorney-General Wicker-
sham for all information in connection
with the alleged frauds in the award of
coal contracts for use at the forts in
Alaska, and for an explanation, why
no prosecutions were undertaken until
after the statute of limitations made
criminal action impossible. '
The House adjourned Saturday until
Wednesday. Jiidge Clayton is expect
ed to push the resolution through then,
Another important nd to this scandal
became known, ' when It was framed
that General Dickinson, While Secre
tary of War, had aimi'ar information as
to the frauds in th'j War Department's
Alaskan coal award submitted to him'
by DeL-gato Wickershsm. ' General
Dickinson ignored the complaint. So
far as known, he never gave any reason
why he failed to invistigate these con
tracts until proofs of frauds submitted.
The Department of jQstifeY 1 appar
ently unruffled by the threat of 'im
peachment and the numerous allega
tions of crimui and mis ioirnmnors by
FOLLETTE flEBT FIEND
STARTS ONTAFTi CLAIMS HUNDREDS
Says he is a Friend of Corporations
And That He Has Betrayed
Washington, July 14. Caustic crit
icism of President Taft for "not keep
ing his promises;" "adding betrayal to
betrayal" during his administration,
and sacrificing progressive policies to
Aldrichism and the reactionaries, with
a bitter denunciation of the Canadian
reciprocity agreement, was made to the
Senate by Senator La Follette, Repub
lican, from Wisconsin.
The speech wa3 a notable one, even
for La Follette. It bristled with invec
tive and acidulous satire.
Canadian reciprocity, he asserted, vi
olated every principal of reciprocity
heretofore expressed in Republican
platforms, and violated every tariff
pledge in the p'atform upon which Taft
was elected president,
"It promises to reduce duties for
the benefit of the people," he
said. "It reduces duties, the effect
of which can never reach the people,
qut it do(s rduce them for the millers,
the packers, Standard Oil, the brew
ers, the coal companies, and in some
measure for the already grossly over
"It is nothing that it pretends to be,
and professes to le nothing that it is.
It is a little brother to the Payne-Ald-rich
bill, the grr atcst legislative wrong
inflicted upon the American people in a
half century. "
As a basis and justification for his
vie ws, La Follette gave a history of the
tariff situation for the last ten years,
asserting th:it the "trust creator," the
Dingley bill, which increased- the cost
of living from 4!J to fit). 70 and 80 per
cent., created an inevitable demand for
tariff revision. In his campaign, La
Follette said President Taft promised
Come To Our Pic nlc.
Oak Grove Sundav School and Amity
Farmers Union will have iheir pic nic
Thursday July 20h. All Sunday Schools
and unions and everybody are cordially
invited to come There will be good
speaking for both the Sunday Schools
If unfavorable weather on the above
day the pic nicj will be posponed until
Friday the 21st.
A. J, HARGEIT, Supt, S. S.
M. N. HARRIETT, Pres. K. U,
I. HARGETT, Sec. F. U.
The Atlantic Shipping Csnference de
cided at London to continue the exist
ing agreement on traffic rates until Oc
Foreigners Paying Lower Prices
For Local Sonk Than For
New York, July 15 Cotton values
during the past week have fluctuated
on a fairly narrow scale, the net result
being a decline of about one-third of 8
cent per pound. Considerable liquida
tion was undergone and new short lines
were reported create I. Sentiment ap
pears to be decidedly bearish, but trad
ers are very cautious in selling.
Tin rains of the last few days have
apparently given general relief to the
wc-stern belt, slimin'iting the sustaining
feature of the new crop months. At
times bull operators and spot interests
rendered suffi :ient support to check the
decline. The easiness in prices was by
no mtans of a runaway kind, good de
mand from trade interests and spinners
purchasing for future delivery prevent
ing a sudden break. On the other hand
the feelinii prevailed that the rains
have not been sulficient in all sections
and some cotton was bought on pros
pects for renewed dry weather in the
southwest. Bull interests were again
creditel with buying new crop options
and traders seemed to bo convinced
that a speculative long Interest is still
outstanding in these months, Old crop
deliveries showe I more activity during
last week than for some time past.
Will sell the balance left over at the
following prices. Genuine
lined Lenard Cleunable,
the $25 00 at
$22 60, the 35 00 at 30 00, the 40 00
at 86 00, the 6 00 at 4 00,
prices are th lowest we ever offerd
this class of goods at Everyone car-
ries guarantee that they will do all you
expect any refrigerator to do.
. J. S. MILLER.
" . 1 , 1 11 ... . . .A
There la no courage in lha display of
sorrow; but there is often teal heroism
in the control of It. '
Number That Perished' By Fire.
Suffocation and Drowning
Never Be Known.
North Bay, Ont.", Julv 14. Rin is
falling in the northern Ontario forest
five zone this morning. It is hoped
this will end the conflagration
Car loads of coffins have been ship
The number that perished in the fire
by suffocation and drowned will never
Scores are unrecognizable and will
fill unmarked graves.
Cobalt, Ont., July 14. One hundred
are dead and two hundred missing, with
three million dollars' damage at Ameri
ca's greatest gold mine camp.
The flames speed so fast ahead of the
wind there ia small chance for the,
miners and their families to escape.
LOST, Strayed or Stolen-Two cows,
one red with white hark, the other
black and white, marked fimooth crap
right, and two slits in the left ear.
Been gone 6 months. Any informa'.ion
may be sent to C. M. Eubank, Mays
ville, N. C.
How To Keep Cool.
The sultry days of July make it ad
visable for those who cut seek some
shady spot and while away the time hy
reading that cliveris the mind. It would
be difficult to find more refreshing ar
ticles, with illustrations in cnlois, etc.,
than the great galaxy of stories which
are featured in the Magazine Section of
next Sunday's New York World. There
will be stories of mystery, l.rvt; science
art, society, etc., and the word;! and
music ef a new song hit. Order nex!
Sunday's World from your newsdealer
County Teachers' Association.
The regular examination foi Teachers
Certificate (July examination) will be
held at the court house in New Bern on
Thursday and Friday, July 20th and 21st,
beginning each day at in a. in.
The examinatiuiren Thursday will b
for white teachers and Friday for th
S. U. BRINRON,
County Sup't. of Schools.
Steel Shipped to PanamS.
Pittsburg. Pa,, July 17 Many tons
of steel rolled by the Jones & Laughlin
SieM Company and turned over to the
McClintock-Marshall Construction Com
pany, of this city, were shipped from
Saturday to the Panama Canal". The
shipment, it is said, is practically the
first lot of steel sent to the canal that,
in a way, forecasts the completion ol
The sleel leaving here today compris
ed finished pieces for the gates.
Hotels as Hospitals.
"Nest to a hospital give me nn up
to date hotel In which to take cure of
a very sick patient," said a New York
trained nurse. "I've nursed In most
of the big hotels hero lu New York,
and it's really wonderful the suppliei
that can lie brought at a moment's no
tice. Ice bas. hot water bottles,
crutches and wheel chnirs nrealwnyt
on tap, there's always somo one avail
able to help lift a patient, and if thf
patient's u man there's always n bar
bor at bund to shave him. And there's
the woman in the sewing room to
Stitch a rapidly cut binder. There's
an operating room nt your disposal If
surgery has to be resorted to, and
there's a protected roof to take your
patient to during convalescence. Al
together tha modern hotel Is the rival
of a hospital when It comes to con
veniences for the sick." New York
. . . I
Sale Properly For Taxes.
Notice is hereby given th-it all the
lands whose owners are delinquent in
the payment of their taxes for the town
of Bridgeton for the year 1910, and
prior thereto, will be sold for the pay
ment oi, their taxes at the post office
Bridgeton at 12 M, August 5th, 1911.
and tha'foilowering named persons are
partictaarly required to take notice that
their lands, as described In the spare
opposite their names below, are among I
those to be sold that the amounts of (
taxes expenses ana costs aue oy each
delinquent owner Is set opposite his
name and property.
Alien John Lota
' Barrington, W. A
Hardison, M. L.
Hopwell, W. R.
Wolman Mary .
West, W. S,
I Wethington Mary A.
, Agt '
T. W. MOORE,
And Other trusts Are Not At All
Friendly to Him. House Com-
mittce Will Investigate.
Washington, July 15th While Dr.
Harvey W. Wiley will not himself dis
cuss the movement, which has taken
concrete shape here, to force him to re
sign as chief chemist and pure food ex-
v u kiiv Kvvi-ft uiiiciiL. inn an utrui ltti
in that service declare that they have
evidence to show that the prime mover
is the whiskey trust, aided by manufact
urers who have been fined for violation
of the Pure Food and Drug act.
The fiht of the Whiskey Trust datea
back to 1007, when the bureau of chem
istry was called upon to decide "What
is Whiskey?" The decision did not
please the trust.
The sugar trust is not friendly to Dr.
Wiley, nor are lha fruit canners, whose
business has been hit by decisions ren
dered by Dr. Wiley.
The effort to oust Dr. Wiley will be.
investigated by the House Committee
on Expenditures in the Depa.tmeat of
"We are going to the bottom of it,"
said Chairman Moss. "We want to see
who is behind it. I have sent a call to
the members of the committee fjr a
meeting. We will discuss every phase
of the matter and then subpoena wit
Back of the opposition to Dr. Wiley,
it is known, certain powerful interests
are aliened. Just how compact is the
organization is a matter of conjecture.
It is certain that there is a powerful
omhination of manufacturers of food
ituirs who feel that the strict construc
tion of the Pure Food law enforced by
Dr. Wiley is against their business in-!-
A Well Known Man's Opinion.
The Savodine Co., New Bern, N. C.
We have derived so much benefit
fiom the use of SAVODINE. that wa
wish to add our testimony to the list of
those already acquainted with its mer
its. - My wife has been using SAVODINE for
quite a while for cold in the head, also
hiwfound it a ready relief for CATARRH
-but above all that, is the fact of its
having proved itself invaluable to us for
our baby. A short time ago he was ta
ken very sick, and as he would clap his
little hands to his ear. we decided ho
must be suffering with earache, and. re
alizing that something must be done at
once, we put a tiny bit of SAVODINE in
his ear covered it with warm cotton and
in a few minutes he was sleeping aa
sweetly as though he had never had a
pain. We cheerfully recommend Savo
dine aa we will always feel grateful for
what it hasjdone for us,
Chief of Police.
New Bern, N. C.
No Pension Legislation This Section.
Washington, July 15 All hope of
pension legislation at this session of
Congress was dashed today when Dem
ocratic Leader Underwood served not
ice that such legislation would be taken
up at at the proper time at the regular
jession in December. Just before the
House Saturday adjourned until next
Wednesday, Representative Kendall, of
Iowa, Insurgent Rebublican, objected
to an adjournment over Monday, when,
under the rules, a pension increase bill
could be considered. Mr. Underwood
said the bill which would be brought in
hy the Demrcratic majority at the reg
ular session would be different from
that favored by the Republicans in that
it would not provide pensions for "sold
iers who had never been within 600
miles of a battlefield," v
A memorial tablet to William Penn
was unveiled in the Church of All Hal
laws, Harking, Eng.
Itshofely rls ooTand
it'3ood all . the time
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