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nity, are little used in their construction, for no Evanstoa maa is vain enough to want to primp at a soda fountain while discussing some problem that, perhaps, means the life or death of some poet's reputation. The cheap gew-gaws that usually go to decorate the fountains are not seen. Instead, there are plaster nymphs and naiads sliding and climbing down and tip the onyx plHara, or dipping their plaster toes in a tiny pool. Sitting here and there are plaster and bronze casts of classical celebrities, a bust of Chau- THE ALDERME.V GATHER TO DROWN THEIR DIFFERENCES. cer, a cast of Burns. a frowning Ibsen, a smiling Goethe. Healsaarteri for- Pollttefaos. It Is Into a place of this kind that the politicians, oh the eve of victory, lead their cohorts and "set 'em up." It is here that Mayor John T. Barker planned the campaign that placed him at the head of the suburban government. It Is to these places that the members of the city council adjourn on Monday

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 09 Aug 1903, Sun,
  3. Page 27

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