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FOUR THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK. MO, THURSDAY. MAT 19,1933- THIS DA1LX JNENVIS. WILL ROGERS COMMENTS " " ^^^V^T, ^ A BIT ON THE COUNTRY'S r/iKlb CO 1 /L/AO Y GJ REVEALED GULLIBILITY KSWSPAFCK. Ps£»l_sfce« e»«7 aiteracoa except et Tbs Setts-Post Exuiiisj Court Street. COLORFUL TOWN GOWNS GSEAT SOBTHEBJi FSUJTTNa ££AXtrFCTUB!KG CO. Of SSOC1AZEL. PS BBS, Tbe Associates Press a exelaKTci? m- t'.urc tc is* cw :c- p^5i;cmuc= cj aU ee» tr»drr«c to it c- so: o-.ienr-.tt to ;*· paper ass »:» t!w ioea! CCH SO COMMUNICATION ot »=y «o« or 4e- ·enpsSoa wh»Kser e*«j or uprtssMB of o?-=.es cpcs »=J tejA «-Ji fre yaMittlMxt »L=!KS accompaauetf c? CM rt*^ case d tie «r:t«. Tie =!=.» *U! ocs te pao- J--*iec un.es* cczsest ii s.«=. sut it msit be scaauttcd as tr:ti:::j !et tt« ttat*- ' e-«: c* Us* FREB NOTICES c: *=» tu:; piri the nav^e c! «ivert-s^;g irust b« »=4 =E. «: cr «z: ct: s« :ices Br ESBO^EOCS r. s:*=c.=« cr ftr=3 cr pe*r ^: tJie cc-^i^ti THURSDAY, KAY 13. :S32. LINDBERGHS' FINE CONDIXT. When purple are c\c-r-j.h'lmec v, .-.r- Knef as are Col ana Mrs Lindbergh c^^iC. £ fio^i*. it is .irc to *v^~ or see any elfnvnt cf cxtidit..n .n tr-** -rag- a l.,gh dvr.* c: y::~-* ;!..»-. ·..-· .r 10:1duc: '-trough ·,,-_$ \rhcle afTair lias been so h.gh minded As the nation offers abv". e reproach Many ha-.e remarkec thgt :! the ., T · u . ·. .1 *** · x * ! : -- e w 'rM drift-iic Lindberghs had £ ept Quiet abo-t '.he ,, ar1 a^o-.K,., w . 4r a .. d ,,* TSe Cal. Ma; :9 -- Wcl. J ··» w: a -"^--.a- beer; a t:p -?I :o ·_« r".-.- passia.y se ar bui.- BY BRUCE CAITQN SOIXDED KOK WORLD IX MESTCOTT BOOK. ·. i..ts bet-n :o«..-_i. at li.c r::^,:: and ::..: cf.-ji-jtrat.i: I!n ilrc-.^ -ln»», the dippui- effect Today In History CAN YOU BEAT IT By Kett modem creation can be The skirts fall Today-, 1762--Johann G Tlchte, the German j philosopher whose ·nrxks had giei i 7TT, j influence upon the thought of his j ,. . ,, I tan?, oom Died January 27. 1814. j "' str^atj^sul-ues in front, ».th .vu.- IT95 _ Johns H cpklns. Batttoore aer-. . -.-is .i.troduced in the baci .veirc .a cha ^. ^^ phj^.^^p.^ founder of, -..e form of a te^p. p..in'^fd gore TAnite ^ raa . cus hospiu i acd am^rsity · - c.-epon. in toe popujw dull-surfaced tearia? tjij j.^^ ^.^ SM ^ l ^ .ty. ««m* partlcuJ*rb- I«vor«l by proj,.^ ^d ,,,,,(,., 4^ ^ £,,,, creator Toucaes or color are sup- ^. . ^ ^ ^ .^ .^^. plied by torsaded straps mad T-d*coI- · rear i^^j^i-j ^ 05^ ^ B^t:., . aad one especially beautiful gown ^.^ o^^j^ 24 I873 . | »as abo*-a w i t h a wtwtr. of green I8!2 _p«.lix K ZoUiCoffer. CocI«Jerat*i , iea-.es for a »a-5toej: A^ skirts to^er cc-nunarider bom in Maary county.' th* uis'.ep and b,rr.. are loiiger Tenli Dle( j ,,, ^ baKkfield. »t AEiOfis tee ne'A ideas tponsorwi are _ 3^.- Spr-nsS) K v , Janiary 19, 1862. } fur armlets attaciifd to criss-cross . 8;5 -- Joila G Barnard, American mil- straps and worn well above -he elbo». , lei-.tng th* top .-f th«- shoulders bare :. by r^-ison of its soft, Miken long- red -^'.. can I* %ery flatteru^ !n '.his guise and »i"^i a vihite dres tJ.e pas--ib:Lt*.es arr great as you might ~jz- du^e In say one wnr.e and one s«t of these ann-mufic. itary -r.?ineer and general, bom at · SheSVM Mass Died ·» Deero:-.. ! itay 14, 1882. c'rtnia". :^uiral^t. itient^t and ei-. born ai Orleans county, N. D.-ed in Africa. V * -k * A midnight blue top or rather ·»** Mh:t«- crepe evening I --Today In Histu?. :T98--Napoleor. »-'-;h an ;s another Jeaiure, and a green dres; ».rT^m*rA saCed for Use conquest o5 j of heavy crepe close.'y resembling croik- . Egyp: j ;- paper had a hem and floral bouque: , 1315--Stephen Decatur. of coq-de-rochc chiffon. . a squadixn of sine American Black gtrorg«t« ens*Koles, tfxaf.OMi sailed from Ne* York w settle with combined wuh white, offer a chic sola- Alters--subsequent:;.- so terriJJing that t:on for formal afternoon wear. The country as to make them relinquish all tunic eSect is j£ul a farorite with I cltsm to '-rJute, to surrender all cap- Molyneux and a three-quarter length j lives and pay compensation for a£ Jacket tying cloee to :Sie neck with a ! Amer.car; property T-IL · would be a perfect '.lung for ' 1848--Treaty of Guadalupe Hlds'^c, a -.our.? s:ri :or liot days or for the ·es-.ding the Mexican War ratifted. racci A iiarrox, -:ra.g:.t fvIJar of 1918--Major Raoj". Ijufourj', farcou U 1 ." cj.rr.3t' uns ;i:.jJ.ed the neck of American "ace." jhot «Jowr. by a^ ·:nr of the;e black g r..-re ar" atxjy. to be ft.l ^fils at the . and Mr \Vo^-:t sounds t'-'i- its warmest .-ympatny. :: is nit:, the ,..,.., ,..-..,,,-. ,., , , ^,._. K,,,.." .i.t... ..^i i...... .., --s neArs. ooof.. feK.ng that thc.r c -riduct hax L» 1 ".". K.-.ir ari he of L" .r.»;,e to- c«j--*,'rce^ kidnapping, the baoy x-ouid ha^e b*-en that none ··'. :h- t.-.l.-iKs triat cl-.U^a- brought back tn a fe-* das. and quiet- t:o " r~- Tf ly exchansed for ·.:,«· random nx.i-.i-. '~ uc ; : a Crt ~- . He .That. 15 bare.y possible The p:ibLc ,;;..;-,,.. . Tsouid probably r.ot ^.2ie .-lanicd the h* oegjn «h!ch Is -.ery a,-- to result »' "* t-»«-k n h u l i l.oui\e-roL't.ineer , Lindberghs :f they had handled u tnat : " Bo^he-._sm--which, he believe.-* »trr^«-» m hrr -.print cullrction. The- way. It is the fir^t cu-y of parcn',i "· w '-* ; -d '·"-" ca!an'^tv a-s Rreat .u-s tiat of lulliirs* i-, m.isrd at the bark in \«ft ; cnildrc:;. couraged and o'hor babies ·3"'j!'t ha-, c been tna'.chod from their h"n:py folds. bctn i : -A Wjr.d \ \ n r AU of this, "f i -jr.-, .N -A ..a- a But if that course had beer, f.llcwc-d. ill...-.-.- very i::'-.:,.;,-.-. ·::..;. ha-.! Uiere is Ltt r^ubt that t!.» praiti-f v -»l--:-- !.'.;· M:. \Vr«.\.f. :s :;u- a io!,c of kidnapp.ns \vould '-a^e bee" c"- "" a:5 · '--''-'' :;!: ;; "- Hi* manner o; pre- sentlns :·,, though j anf).-tunatc i *C""LS t.iut ;!·· and ti'.ric lriend^ ( *^- * - t '-^- 'aliCid all ,i t:.!-. ,.-.,.- ,. u u motor trip an - ! ·' :: '" ··· i : The circumstances atter.diai: t!;- re- I ^cruss E-ropt mid 1.1.-, i}.,.fi. s n:.'!io'.t. ' or : -'' "p » r ·· co-.erv of tne bab;. .·; bctiv sucs*-^-. 'hat ' ·""--'' -^e tl. r It r-.o ,n it the odor i lhe h '-' u%1 :: ' s H A R G R O V L N K V ^enirr \\rltrr. r.ir-^. M.iy jy -- A slim .ine f liit" !:.t',i-.-.l con'ours o! '.he body, the ; - · - ···TV ·-, ,y. ,-f figure :i. r en:;.; of .il! shirts it.rrii j-'r^ssed in r-:: s!;ur. th^Wd' could ;« WbeTob^ i ^ r^^r-a-^"-^t^.. 1 ^ i ^d^aed '\ M^^V;j.J ! - e .^ ' unoer any ctrcumr.ancc* It Lvks as \\.-cn.Mr \Ve,c..tt 1 ,.'·;:· e^ai^Um i w f : l k!:or « o.i'.in.,-- has included a ' if the kidnappers q-j.ckl:. became fnch:- nion-;. do- ·- r.nt brin !iappme« and | « u:! - i - ened about the conseqjcnces of their. ~' : ' ·' :s s -"' to tKlie-.i- .. the iKi^ibil- c" 1 '"" act and proceeded 'o d'^-vr o- --r ' Ity ° f crad! ' lll!:g P°' trtv - l'«e pr.-.okes . . " "*" ' ' ' -i 1 - t'lif a :r .1.1- m-.i-p i t , -..s., i ·;«,'- baby as quKkiy ss the-,- ceulc The v..ij ! ir .: (1 ...., ;.,. ,1,.,.,. u ^'..j,,,, ,." the body ·aos .»ft indicates that the;. 'Feu- and Tn-nibl.!.= a- " ·:· r-ct b. were par.ic stricken with fear ana It Kj " v '"the r.e.ehbcr-iood in the greatest burn.- ~ * It is nots- up to congress and the state leeis-alures ;o enact such laws as v ill ' str.ke terror to the hearts of any i\--.ck- · , 1 ? 0 ' ' '·· y --~. -9 --Mr ai d M^ ed persons v.ho contemplate such »ji ! W '" v "'"' Frc ' Jcr -" k - a -c M- .-fa: -::·, th.;- hr.r a d«-- !i-ik ii u- :»i:n anrl \\!!1 be -A'-r:: b 1 . t:ir rr.Hi.n ty of 11.- wbo will be ii-. .b e ;o . jj-'nci :r;,t.i t.r.:e at anv ' Detour .Is... and :::«- b ^w 3 ; Mr and Mrs act. Tiie federal got crr.rr.r-.-.t sfeuld fcallV^ "v"'"' Ch:ca: " make the abduction of a person across M. r Wi! state lines an oK:-.e punuhabie bv the ' ~-WalVr Dorsfy « inpro-. JI_E: «-.erest penal v v,-i-..i.r. 1^ no^e- D-HS- '" : ° r ° r ' Dn; b/ ri - Jrr -'"?-·= t 'cc-!.n- «."'- -'r · a- f,- _._, c -_^ . . 'tcrs and rcnaLntine ;h- .rr-- J' · ·'-' · ' - t.c ^nisnrnent ntt^t oe threatened f.r _ Mr 3 n d M r Houard -.: .v, l-l.,- i--»:.-.. -r -O. ·.^.is cnnte. .f t:ie children of ;he land (s^ritow-n. ar.d John .\til-er. Precer.ck · f M br.-.-n v : sport Suna.iv .\.-h Mr and Mrs J H voipr c 11; -a-Yc* in? ^a-r .. . _ ,. . M" S^....-.rd Clao.tU);; a;-c d 1 -'*-- i-c '. : - - d t"r M.-e. .--vnt th.- cav T-.«-ri.,-, .^-'th Mr Jaaie.' Co. Ir.-i .?::d ;·» n.1 W .'·· c.o-. :.. --M.-^ses Carn-"-' and H'-Vi. r a- -1 · ; u i . - ' t - -.. R'-s.r s-vrt- S ir.d.i- s.7.-.-.-.-c-.in? "in ck -re ?-, :-' .T n t u . u m m fjsn- !iit : -t'on !* made , . - i *'.e .n r'.emns ' '. ! ' i-:i'.y ;:-.i- fines. Ci* -rfiil linens in . ·; 'sb'.e fi r Casino ':·· C"ur.t\ Club j i-'V. .'. cotton fabric c -..-.':- b::t HITS! «f his ' arc L-im-'rtrd bv \el".et ' ii "t : H n h the cornbi- \ ':· ·:; and a d-ep rust i r i] c^'i I » i - i Th* 1 i" -" i ' - - 'r! belt of ensembles j e.-ien-.v aT 1 ' Today's Birthdays. John W. Garrett, o£ Marj-Jand, U. S. Ambassador to Italy, born tn Baltimore 60 years ago today ! Dr. Jjiin J Abe!. :.oted Johns Hop- ! kiiis Uiiners.t.- pnarn'iacol^g^t. bom I in Cleveland. 75 years ago today \ Prof Reginald A. Daly. Harvard! geologist and pres.dent of the Geolog- j ! ! ical Society of America, bom :n Can- ! , i aca. 61 years ago tsxiav. i j Dr Arthur E Bettor. pres-Sctit. of tat j i Chauuuqua Institution, born at Dtion,' j -II!. 53 «ars ajo today. right. IKX. Sy World Featnte S«trie%- HEALTH By DR. MORRIS FISH3EIN, ISEDE GLANCES By George Clark In The depart ct. sc is iUli pre-vii | possible to make u:.'. I Dke.i-.ei. -t:.at :t is ire, , Prof. Mmiey O. Hudson, of the Har-; me:lt et ^ ,.,,.,, , , ,, . . , ..^ e:Ioc . ^ . jvard Uiu-.erfity Law School editor o f j t h e me3: ^ ,,,,.,;.,, : ..,,, c ,,.. n ._ C( . n _ · j the American Jotima! of International j era it v " " j i La* born at St Peters. Ho., 46 years, ^ Q Kofflo ._, . .. l? ^.. cna I j as ° '' x:a :' . _.. . . _ (committee for Mt.ttal Hv=:er.e recog- Samue! G B.ytne notea Saturday« ni2es the gerera , ._.,;_,,,,- tl , a . meri:a ,. Evening ros'. staff *Titer. born atla^ P . C r-.ous disturbance are more Gen^eo. N \ . 64 : , ears ago today, j w . desoread nmv Lord Aster tne American-bora mem-. ! I . T , ' , " J -ase -i-stor.es o re_et acencres g.ve . i her of the British peerage and hits- ^ ra «i, 'esi-^-yrj- ·-, ., -"c--e -'-is- -he 1 j | band of !ady Astor M P . born in Xev.- · r, CJ ^j, s ' 3 f" e " r-l..^ "'~r^ o-~f*- ,;·- i j . York Ci'y. 53 years ago today. ^^ J,' .j;;^'^,;.;' : " ::;d "^Vot.^ ' U'.es. .; , A cuei.;on:uire cut to 100 or mere! a,ptration of yesterday may oe ..^ h= ^. ;al5 -. ;G t ..^ ,-,_.,.. - hcre ^ j ln '~ E - no marked increase .n nev." ta^es of | Today's Horoscope. u-ation of yesterda into a desire for \ain thing for which thero will be exertions to no purpotc The nature is atMdfsK and ef au: H,^ t . C3 .^ he fle!d cf per^everuiR a con5iderabj amount of ,T,«,T -·· , ^,^ ,^ o,.^ _ · native abity. but more success may ; ^^ ^%f ^ SSS: 'Se el- con-.e by bemj employed by ouens than rects ,,.- lhe u^rr^ion .:-. .::crk:ea h^s- i by follou-mg the personal aims. Ex-i p.,^, nl ,^,,^, n ^. \ am.rie :; closely before embarking in business for yourseix. Court News | However, almost ^1. licsptt^l super- mtendents a~ce ,.t?t. !:i" ccprcss.on has had a definite efTect oa p-.r-iles and · j dischars:-- All *.,,.;« oi»ufaticns arc . . h?.vir.g: difEctilty .n rclc^inz panen^' Equity Cases. , th-e s-ntple rec.^_n tnat liiere are n o ' Giisti'.e Meyers %s Maiy Me;.er£.. jots to be i.ad ar.d t'..e families of the,' Bill of -·onipla.'nl for absolute divorce. ' patient; are therue'.ves in dtfScuk j Samtiel A Ie'A"i5. *Ucmey financial circurr_s*:inc r | Ver;i-e Keffner on petition Pet,._xon Tltercfrc. tr.e b-^naer. of lu.\ jjg the ' , for toiirt to assxiai" jurisdiction ar.cl. care of -liese pe^P'-- -S passed bick to appoint ner trustee. Jacob Rohrback. j the hcspita! ar.d tne number of paroles Printed while dots distinsruish this altornc". land discharges -i-s dun.nished J : ' ^"'^Y', 1 " '"" exenins drrss of bUrk chiffon, from Lola 'Simmennan \3. Flojd Zjnmer- fi'-e to JO per c^-r.: ·· » · .ir- rti.l f-^at- M.iinhochcr. The wide sash belt is of nian 3.11 of complaint for absolute Mr. K-inura 'H'-"^. -"^a- -.-.e average '··'- 1 '"· '-' l l -t !"ij- w hitc taffeta ribbon striped black. cii~-ce Sar.'uel \ Lev.is ettornev man ?.nci :;_=; f^'r.J. ·· % a-' % bom- 1 ' u p : to .iusc.,l m.cs as a ' ' ' veil nr.d.r :.-.c- u r - c ecor.c.tr..c pre^-' . ure anci ti"_it the avaxlaole Miti^tics "You'll find the ones who keep yon waiting the longest far your money art ci the same ones who yell the loudest when yon hurt them a little." IN NEW YORK I am firmly ronT.nccd t.tat rrr*rr. ·."".« da:- sll p:-l.-ical v.cbts .ire isn-.-.o.l x ..-r.pr -.ca lior Bn.--n^? cf Gormar. K^.. :- i-. a:-ite S.-.ar.;.-..i. Twenty Years Ago Today In Frederick *I----V I-'-T^ frorii t*;e Colurr^s Of T w N C A J . Ma;- 19 I P l ^ i BRADDOCK HEIGHTS Pr. for :i«- opeii.iiit ft «:1HI ^iii. r\j)o.-.*- - . t» one ·.' '- iiof -r ^-rw-roas c t r s A r^-A- carrousel ertvrtcd dun:i~ ···-.rt'-r c-r^a.!.^^ -; 1 irc° ir.crr. ^^^- . ·* ·.r.n d . .-. :· "·"ore S -r! .-. Mr in M - D C i . Acd Poetic License? - D-r. ·-. Marnas^ Licenses. 'Clvdo W^ii.de ar.d Elv-nar W.'hide ac-' Char.i-- L \Vent:el. Cl. D-uncinnor. ' a-e a triout- to'"-e cr.u% of ;r.e An-.er- _ , ^^ r^-^ Karner ' o^rr.ran.ed b-. M- T. Mrs Mcr'.v Wil- Pa. a"d Reoccca J Beyers. 19. MU-jican people ar.d -iv.-r caar.c.ty for ac-' ^" e ^" "i'orjc. Majl9--Notas irom a con- ; hf ^. * *--- ·alf.rr.ore. h-.~.--. Frr.ccrr 1 --:. ) ·;:· Stindav ^ith Hui. ?3. j justrr.er;- ."·Tt- of ' Mr a::c Mrs B^-v.cr Haticn at Clear --- | Hove-,e: ::e.' pr :x?3 · .11 bce^i 10 S-r.n; " Property Deeded. i acoear ^h-c-r-Ji' duo to th« c-n'uiue-i rnamase license costs SI and a dog. ; marriage crackap Particularly, j the firs; newspaper rumor was prtnted ; they mijhr. hare been observed dancing ; together a: the SI Garron Club. supposed to be cuff . . Ne^r York is the so".! ^ ere : **** a s:reen coineteicfc n. sishs Rian James. Trherc a : ^^^ a °o« r . ^ a« -=e gav places . . . se !i=ensp costs si anri a ri«.'^ e:::5 cn T - r ^"-«raar that I sat oa a 's-mQv~si ! i ;n tr.e ccmdor o* a San ana Iiarn Latnber.. of the ?s^.-t-.\ay School .Union Fru^t Company of Mar;..anci,' Another c:--.int;. ;r.^- 1:^^ gene bink-! rr.Dui^i's . . . -The "arty lasted from '.c countv. SJ 200. Georco R. Dennis. Jr.. a^ ai C!-.-.r.:.:'r.j..r3. -A.-..C.I has fil iled a pe- to church reads the quami repcrt, HT SWAN. MOTHER NATURE'S CURIO SHOP ap?: t- -.-.? - cs-~- v- · '-. ·: ~ .---i-" ·«.--: prn--" ·ro^s hati be-- .: ··· -r" ,T V- '. *-\ dn\cn tr ;ho v? and ! Union Trust Corcp^nv of Marylard : t - t:or3 ; " tankr;:p;r;. ihe act.or. ^vas W3n=er ho-- mary party-goers .countv. ?! S50 " ,prcc.s.to-i by th- r.:;vc of an msur- --nal church tiase is today? . . . ' ' C I E A N - U P D \ Y C.».c C)v.b n r F r l C c I I I E ^ IN cw'i -*.-»;U1 Ml.'- t:»e urjci'-ar. oii'.r.'.-r. of . fac. Ti:adi: s 'he ,arc f*r t.ir r:-. t- cr :-.- T!-.r c' :*· -. ^ - - FlaDDer Fannv I . Sc-; -_, r-,.. Mr? Jo.:-. K-n" "s " "-'"-^ w H irrv K i l l . - r- rv.cr -rr^r.. ^ r- ,-- M ^. I 1- »". Mv .'." ·- .*·,,.-,.- Mr.s ' D ·* .^r.a Mr? :.l3- KEtflDiCN- KOHKr, \CK ^Nll - : AOER ENRIGHT -' I;- 1-- - °v r -^ - f - ^ ^^t;-. - ^--v. ^ C~rr.-i.--v Dally JLesson In English ' Union Bridge Banfcr^ and Trusi i 3r ' ce Corr -P" :l -'" T n "'-· carr.ecl ra^. and.' ~ ~ ~ t tOorapar.v to Dr Prank H Hedges swi]" re --= : --nee for r-.e fit-- in 1930 The' You can UO-R- g:-.^e odds that la Gar- j '·R-jfe. count-.. SIO '" rc - r -s-:r?.r.c.^ ^r. tl.- b-..'-^:-.cs at Red "oo ~o".l not lea-.e the Metro camp . .' ! Gcorce F. Waats and n-Je v Mar-: 3r - d =" Par:c - ···-·er- the f?ir -.^as held. And John Barrrmores next role -ill Words c.'ter. rr.lsu^c. D-j n-jt ·garet Elirabeth Wantz. cour.tr,-. SIO. I" 35 «'.;!;. d,." to y-s^ character of the '^ psttemec after the late Ivar Kreug-; "The bj. i--^:d ;^rp.p at ^u:n an ~ Clarenct W L-snt: ant! ~-.fe » S 1 ^"--1 ?-:· it- "cc--.-r- .-;-.d tr. er. late ?tzard of Sna-rta: ~.ar.:?-rj^ portur.:ty." Sa». T.-.e b^- shsulti em- Charles F. Blair city SIO 1930 a r 3 .- r^-ran.e poLcy a? ;a.-.en "---- "h^ 1 - ss Ht PntHtp's g^s: goes. I brace such an opr: R. Thomas Dutro^ to Mary Putir.ani^ 1 °« a c Serer-.- cnara'-er ;har. in' "didn't gamble; he merely played for; Ot'ter. rr._5t-cr.-un~ea inimical Pro- D-Jtro-. ciimtj. SIO. f-Trn'r --"~r- I- -..;- t rr.--: ha- -.e-r ~2trn^, A note or, the old caff re- . nounos in-jn-i-ial all :'s as n ::. a un' s: "·»- i --- ,-- - ._., a r.r--^- r-.ar^^ rr.r.i* n:e ".."iat CluT Sds-ards tnei ou; ; stressed, accent ecor.d «~..aole itgatrji- tp-: fair PJ^OC. . . ·: T.i« tr^ .1- - = ^-r*" -torne made uke on a fami near ' Often rrissp^.l-ec rvco-^-an- ar.ce Cvmoanv.s .- ~b r.---d r.,.r » "--a H-nn.aa".. ?.;o.. a^s home port . . . j in^ic t Observe T." final e S~00 Tr.- F-?.r.';. ·· c . r " r=..r , ~z:. And .-;re's a note for Ohio folk; · Synonvrrs- Ssn'.r --M-nsX Clas^er-^--.;^ May 13.--Mr. and 55 3 Farrr^-r., D-.- ·· - ~ c ~r .-:-. ';or 1--'.e girl Margaret Ha2-_l:tE. ' n:»ri. u^s^uic'- t" L---'·"·- Mrs. G"ire- BTC-r.- of Mechanics- rj-.cn.c £- P-d 5 . -- p, r:-.. .7-. ··'-.- .tad never landed c^i Broadway . W^rd f ..,d. LV" ,\ '-"'ra ;.-..- ^^ "J^T^Bo^ ^! : ^ '^o^hu^^il^O^jv^^rv'b^^t^c^^'e^ »·". s -- " *-*· A fi ±owers. uv -a _ s 3 -. £ -hort rr.?mcnei. Miss Him- dai. 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