Oklahoma Weekly Leader (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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OKLAHOMA WEEKLY LEADER. TIII HSHAV, APRIL 1. 1920.
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This Beautiiul Schmoller & Mueller
Cabinet Grand Piano
Fully guaranteed for 25 years with
two years exchange privilege only
This it the bifjest piano value in the world and will
save you $150.00 to $200.00 by placing your order now.
Note our unheard of terms:
No freifht - tree •tool - free scarl - 30 days free trial if deseed -
fivo years to pay and a 2 years music course ABSOLUTELY FflEL
Write today as we intend to sell only 1 SO instruments
■t this remarkably low price and on these unheard of terms.
FIVE YEARS TO PAY.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO COMPANY
Largest Piano House In The West — Established 18~9
Capital And Surplus Oier $1000,000.00.
1111-11 Farnam Street Omaha, Nebraska
KIDNAPED BOY GET READY
FOUND IN HOTEL
• FOR ' FLU"
Please tend your catalogue and complete information how to buy
piano at factory cost and live $150 to $200 on your five year payment piar
M FOR MILLION
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
Drive By Jewish Welfare Com-1
mittee Will Begin In Guthrie J
and Over Whole Coun-
try April 5
The help which Guthrie will con- :
tribute to the saving of the lives of
•800,000 Jewish children in eastern
and central Europe will be in the!
Stewart & Company Already In
Field Buying Material; Con-
tract Regarded As Strong
The contract for the building of
the new Masonic temple was dul}
signed Monday morning, by the Junius
Stewart Company, Inc. contractors,
and the Masonic building board.
The contract calls for the original
form of drive which will begin April
5 and last one week. It is to be hoped
that every man, woman and child,
in the name of suffering humanity,
will hear this pitiful distress call and
give ae generously as possible.
This is no cry of race, creed or
nationality; it is not a begging pro-
position in any sense of th e word.
It is humanity.
Never before in the history of their
race have the Jews asked help of
any people but those of their faith.
But the need now Is so compelling will start I can not say
that all peoples must give ear and be long."
expenditure of $1,500,000 for the non
J H Frederickson, of Oklahoma City,
representative of the S'ewart Com-
pany, met with the board this morn-
inigi. He will install an office in con
vention hall at once and bring a force
of office men here to supervise an
look after the building details.
H T Swearingen. president of tV
Masonic Building board, said: "Ye
the contract for the new building is at
last signed Just when actual wor
but it will not
hear, as well an open their hearts and
There are at the present time al-
most a million little children starv
ing in eastern Euroi>e. You who hav«
Ned Holman, a member of th i
| building committee, said. "I regard
| the contract as a very good on-\
Under its provisions the board will
approve the expenditure of all sums
MAN Willi DEMANDED $25,(KM
ESCAPES, BIT I'OLU'E EX-
PECT TO MAKE A li-
lt EST SOON
Lexington, Ky.f March 26.—
Paul Little 12-year-old son of E.
R. Little, Lexiaton capitalist,
who has been held for ransom by
kidnarpers. was found this morn-
ing by police locked in a room in
a local hotel.
KIDNAPPERS GOT NO MONEY
Lexingto", Ky., March 26.— Mr. and
Mrs. Little first learned the where-
abouts of their son whes he tele-
phoned his home from the hotel room.
He had been kept a prisoner there
since Wednesday night.
I Investigation disclosed that the
room had been reserved in advance
by a man registered as J. C. Cox, Cin-
J cinnati. The frantic oarents, over-
| joyed at news of his aafety, hurried
ItJ the hotel and took him home.
The boy disappeared from In front
of the Lexington postoffice Wednes-
i day afternoon, where he had been in
j conversation with a man. Playmates
said the little boy had told them he
I was to be given a dollar to deliver a
box of candy. Soon afterward the
father received a note stating that
his son Paul, was being held for ran-
som. Little would not state positive-
ly, but intimated that the amount
asked for was $2b,000. He declared
he would abide by the kidnapper's
demand; that he did not mind paying
the money and only wanted the safe
return of his son.
At the aooointed hour. 7:30 o'clock
last night, Little deposited a package
containing the ransom money in a
street garbage can. When he re-
turned a half hour later the package
was intact. Believing that the kid-
naper failed to show up for fear of be-
isg "double-crossed" Little pocketed
the money and went home, intending
tpday to seek other means of obtain-
ing the son.
At 7 o'clock this morning the key
for th* room in which the boy wp*
found was turned in at the hotel desk.
<Vt 7:15, Mrs. Little called to the tele-
phone, was overjoyed to hear the
voice of her missing son. Nothing has
been seen of the "Mr. Cox" since he
left the hotel at 7 o'clock.
loving and chubby little tots of your exceeding two hundred dollars
own. consider this horrible situatio.i j has been a long and rasping grind to
consider the suffering that comes! get the details of the enterprise
with the pangs of hunger, the lack of j worked out, but the agony is over at
attention, the sickness and pain of last. There are yet other details
these poor wasted (Jittle enjatures,1 relative to future financing, that must
who seem, alas, almost unloved. And j be arranged, but they will be worked
when you are approached assist the j out satisfactorily."
local relief committee to the fullest Article XIII of the contract reads:
measure. It has been said that in|"it is understood and agreed between
every campaign for relief funds the I the parties hereto that the sum to be
Jews have civen more that thei.* quo- . paid by the owner to the managers
ta and it is an unquestioned fact that j for the work to be performed and m<
they gave more than 200,000 young' terials furnished hereunder, shall be
men to the service of their country ! an amount equal to the actual cost or
in the army, navy and marine brar.cn-j the work covered by this contract,
es of the United States, a grea er such actual cost being more particu
percentage than was contributed by larly defined hereafter, plus a com
f ny other element of the populat on. | mission 0f five per cent on tbe amoun*
They did this freely and glad'.v as up to $1,500,000. and 4 1-2 per cent
hey now urge others to hel- their on the amount above that sum on
people. | such actual cost, payable pro rata
In closing this appeal it is well monthly as the work progresses,
to quote Dr. Frank Crane, who. it which shall include the services of the
aeems, speaks with a tongue officers of the company and of th
which should be universal and whose ; various branch officers and it is
every word demands the attention of agreed that they shall give efficient
any people: I supervision of the work, giving their
"Jews mean nothing to me. nor do best skill and attention."
Gentiles, nor Baptists nor Pati'/onians Secretary Frank Derr said there
nor Southerners, nor Mohametans, • were many details to be worked out
nor Irish. AH these classes, races. I yet, but the big contract worry ha 1
sects labels and pigeonholes are finally been surmounted
Keep Your Liver Active. Your
System Purified and Free From
Colds by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are De-
lightful, Safe and
Thysit ian* and Druggist# are advis
ing their friends to keep their system*
purified and their organs m ported
working order as a protection again*'
the return of influenza. The\ kno \
that a clogged up system and a la/v
liver favor colds, influenza and sitmux
To cut short a cold overnight and te
prevent serious eoiuplicat ions take
Calotab at bedtime with a swallow ot
water- that's all. No salts, no nausea
no gripiag no sickening after ettYe.s
Next morning your cold has vanished,
youi liv > is active* your system la p
tied and tefreshed and you are feeling
fine with a hearty appetite for break
fast Rat \Vhat you please no dangei
Calotabs are sold only in origin;!
sealed packages, price thirtv iive rmti
Every druggist is authorized «<> •• tun
your money if you are not perfect I
delighted with Calotabs. Adv.)
CHICAGO SIK\0(.lt M'HKItS,
CI.EHKS. ON STK1KE
(ny Associated Presn.)
Chicago. March 30—Clerks, steno-
graphers and bookkeepers employed
in municipal offices went on strike to-
day for higher salaries, threatening .i
paralysis of city business In addi-
tion 136 garbage handlers were on
strike shutting down the tiiuniclp.il
garbage reduction plant and causim; a
suspension of garbage collection.
I First PulilUhed in tin- oklahoma \V«
Leader, Man ti -till, lico. i
NOTICE Ol I'l It I.I < s VI | HI oil
I.I VM s ON (KliTAIN I. \ \ 11* < l
M'.lTt: Ol OKLAHOMA
TI1K t OMMISSIOXKUS t |
LAM) OFFICIO OF Till: ; l a 1 I.
OKLAHOMA will receive sea ..I |,i i>
•asing of the hereinafter described i
f the public, state ami Hcliool lau,Is
tate ..f Oklahoma for oil and Kas
maes. All leases will i„- ma.le ui.on
NORTH LOGAN MUCH
BENEFITTED BY RAINFALL
Marshall, March 26—A rain, great
in volume and great in the amount of
good if did, came pouring down
It got here none too soon, for th?
old earth was waiting with Its
tongue hanging out. Wheat and oat-
were getting ready to suffer.
But all has been changed and
everybody is happy. About 3 inches
of water has fallen so far.
holdovers of dead contentions.
"They are the vermiform appendi-
ces of progress and the body politic
would undoubtedly be better off for a
surgical operation. Still, classes lin-
ger and will. We shall go on being
prou<* of our church, pedigree ai«d
locality, but—the one the only and
wholly way to justify class is by su-
periority in helpfulness. I love every
Jew in the world. I take my hit off
before every synagogue, and though
not born of this ancient race, I am
(gladly sending a contribution."
It is to be hoped that there will be
many who think as Dr. Crane does
and will do as he did.
The Stewart Company is already in
the field buying material for the new
Vote Light, Compared To Other
Elections, But Wishes of Peo-
ple Unquestioned; Women
Win the Day
Guthrie women will not permit our
schools to deteriorate, that is certain
and sure, and was again exemplified
by their splendid work in the special
election held yesterday It was the
women voters who turned the -tide.
The opponents to the levy had the
best of the proposition until after-
noon. Then the women got busy and
the vote poured out and overwhelmed
the anti-levy element.
When the ballots were counted
after the battle, the results showed
an almost three to one majority. Only
seven hundred forty-nine votes were
?.asi during the day. Of that number
593 voted for the levy and 156 voted
against it. This means that our
teachers will be paid a living wage
next year and it aleo means that the
schoo] board will be able to secure
The playground proposition also
carried by an overwhelming vote.
Following is table showing result!
of the election by precincts on both
For Against Total Mai
Banner .. .. 96 43 139 53
City Hall ...192 53 245 139
Capitol Hill 305 60 365 24"
For the Establishment and Main-
tain of Recreation Places and Play
Banner . .. 95
City Hall .. .181
Capitol Hill 2f9
LOCAL BANK DONATES
FERTILIZED TO FARMERS
The first car load of limestone to
be used l>y Logan county farmers has
arrived and will be distributed by
County Agent Wiley. The limestone
is the gift of the Security State bank
and will be used to sweeten the so'.l
and overcome the acid condition
Many more car loads will be use.l
this summer as farmers, general!:*,
realizing the necessity of adding fer-
tilizer to impoverished soil will order
the liemstone in car load lots, accord-
ing to Mr Wiley. The fertilizer costs
$1.60 a ton laid down at the nearest
SENATE WILL VOTE MILL-
KINS FOR NEW AIR SERYICI'
Washington. March 30. — An ap-
probation of $1.41.".000 for aeral
mail service from New York to San
Francisco, was written into the an-
nual postoffice appropriation bill to-
day just before it passed the senate
and was sent to conference. The house
rejected a similar proposal, but sen-
ate leaders were hopeful.
The route provided for is by way of
Chicago and Omaha. As it passed
the senate the bill carries $162,000,000
for expenses of the postal service
during the next fiscal year, an in-
crease of about $1,500,000 over the
ANOTHER GERMAN CABINET
GOES INTO THE DISCARD
(By Associated Press.)
Paris, March 26—The German cab-
inet hea/ded by Premier Gustav Bauer,
has resigned, according to a message
received here from Berlin today.
Wednesday, April 14th,
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
United Doctors Specialist
ItriiiK* the knowledge of llieir Or^uiil/ntion
and experience in their Successful
THOUSANDS OF CASES
Offers Services Free of Charge
ihe United Doctors is an organizatio.
of reputable, licensed physicians. The\
are all specialists in the treatment o.
certain diseases. They treat withou
surgical operations diseases of all in
ernal organs, stomach, intestines
constipation, piles, liver, spleen, heart
nerves, skin, rheumatism, sciatica
goitre, tape-worm, leg ulcers and al
.ong standing, deep seated diseases
Many years experience. The complett
record of thousands of cases success-
fully treated prove that their method,
are right. They were among the firs
to earn the name
Each staff member has at his com
mand the knowledge and resources o
the organization. Many people suffe
from diseases that can be alleviatec
just because they cannot afford to g-
to high priced Specialists and Hos
pitals at a long distance from thei
home. No community has a sufficien
number suffering from these disease:
to support special Hospitals for the
treatment and cure. The Unite<
Doctors have solved the problem
Their highly trained Specialists go. ti
each community and will advise ;
proper course of treatment for th
sufferers and instruct them how t<
lake care of themselves at home. N(
matter what you have been told
the experience you had with othe
physicians, consult him on this visit
It costs nothing. If your case is in
IT HOME 0[E R BURTON
Lahoma Cc.id Fire Girls Are De-
lightfully Entertained; Span-
ish Dancer'; Colonial
The members of Lahoma Camp Fire
ind a number of their friends were
entertained with a masquerade party
it the home of Mr and Mrs E II Hur-
on on Friday evening
Colonial dames, Japanese maidens
pani.'sh dancers, little girls, soldier'"
md sailors were kept busy guessing
it one another's identity until the
hour of unmasking. At the close of
ho evening refreshments were serveJ
Thee enjoyed the event: Miss
Vnnabel Hinton of Coyle; Emma and
lorothy Brown, Virgil Harris. Mildred
anfield, Ellen Blank, Elma Howlanr.
Dorothy Loveless, Florence Hawkins,
luby Woolf, Lucile Mitchell, France.?
Phillips, Madeline Lowther, Mary
Louise Howard, Florence Roshezer,
leryl Burton, Juanita McFetridge, the
""amp Fire Guardian. Miss Mary Haw-
;Ins and Mrs C It Burton.
JAPAN AND ARGENTINA
ENTER INTO A TREATY
Buenos Aires, March 2"6.—Japas curaJble he will give
—. ! having accepted in principle Argen- may stay and relieve th* disease
When a Tartar invites an honored .tina's proposal for international free Married ladies must come with their
guest to eat and drink he will take .trade in prime necessities of life, the husbands and minors with their
him by the ear and lead him .to the two countries are negotlationg for the parents or guardians.
taMe. ^treaty to carry out the plan. Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wiseontif
•d Ht the
tury to tbe Commissioners of tin> i.and
iiffiee. Oklahoma ('tt.\, tiki, .v tin- hour of
2 o'clock P.Mi "ii April 0th, 1020 and such
leases will be sold and su- li sales |.e
made In accordance with the terms and
conditions u hereinafter srt out
Kueli of said tracts will bo leused sepa
rately to the highest bid.I r
Koch bid shall be accompanied by a
certified cheek or bank draft in the sum
of One Thousnud ($1.000 00) hollars, pay
able to the Commissioners of the Land
Office, as a deposit of earues money to
Insure the execution or the lease by the
bidder and the furnishing of the bond as
required by law. Provided that one .1.
posit in the Ha Id amount of One Thous
and ($1,000.00) Dollars shall entitle the
bidder to bid on one or all of the said
Inlets Said sum of One Thousand i#1,
000.00) Dollars, deposited by any bidder
as earnest money in eomplumv with this
requirement, shall bo retn-o-.i t . i
bidder If the bid of SUCh bidder It BSt
Commissioners of ths
Bills upon Oil and Gas
each of said tracts will be
rately and each of said trn
leased separately for a ro;
'ijihth it si of the oil and
thereon, and to the ballet
bidder, subject to the right
mlssioiiers of the Land t f
ny and all bids.
The lands herein described will be lens
d for the period of Five (," i Years and
s long thereafter as oil and gas may be
produced thereon in pnylng ipinntltles:
Id lease will further provid" that if no
dl is completed upon any tract so
ised within one year from the date of
e lease, the lessee shall pay to the State
Oklahoma an annual rental in advance
r* sum of One ($1.00) Dollar per acre,
which payment shall operate to defer the
ompletlon of the well during the term
•f the lease and said lease shall contain
'i'"li other and further terms and eondl-
lons as are by the law of the State of Ok
lahoma authorised and provided.
I bonuses bid by the bl.lder where the
title Is not In question, shall be pay
"bio lu cash unless accompanied by dril
ling contract to commence within 120
« from date of lease. Bonuses bid in
will be recognised on property where
the State's title Is in question No school
land shall be leased for less lhan Two
($2.00) per acre cash.
ich bid must be on file or delivered to
the Secretary to the Commissioners of the
Land Office, upon the hour and day set
for the opening of said bids If bid be
sent In by mall, It must be sealed In an
lope and marked thereon: "Hid for Oil
and (las Lease," and placed Inside of an-
other envelope and plainly addressed to
the Secretary to the Commissioners of the
Land Office nnd Land Office and marked
thereon. "Oil and Cias Hid."
vases / n river beds are to bo made
iccordance with the rules and regula
tlons of the Commissioners of the Land
Office and on Forms approved by the
Commissioners and the Federal Court
having Jurisdiction therein.
The number nnd description of the
tracts of the land to be leased by the
mmissloners of the I.and Office, are as
R-s; to wit:
N'4 of SW'4
N W Va
R',4 of NE'4
W 4 of RE>/4
R>4 of NWV4
N'/a of RE'4
For full psrtlculsi
s, form of bids and
BOLD CHICAGO BANDITS
PULL OFF NERVY STUNT
Chicago, March 26—A wagon, con
'aining between $15/W)0 and $20,000
vorth of merchandise, was stolen
wlille standing at Clark and Wash
ngton streets in the busiest part of
rules and regulations, address:
A. S. J. SIIAW, Secret ry
COMMISSIONERS of the LAND OFFICE
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
And Doa't Miss Your Last
Union County, New Mexico
Rit;ht in the Gu. her District of the Great
Cushing- Field you could have once bought leases
at $2.00 per acre.
The s.i ne oni'ortius^y wa ; offered in Ranger,
Burkburn C: per, The Homer Meld
and othe',/. You did ><ot b:y '.eases there, but the
big companies did. As soon as eminent geologists
announced the d corny of those great structures
the Ian e comp .:es at on e began to purchase oil
leases there at, price-, r "'in? from one to five
dollars per acre. Mow, these leases are selling
from five hundred to
$20,(K 0 Per Acre
Now, you are confronted with exactly the
same oppoitunity. Many of the eminent geologists
have worked westward searching for new fields.
They have geologized Union County and have
given the district their unqualified endorsement as
an oil and gas region. Their reports show that
Union County contains some of the largest and
mo"-t perfect oil anticlines that have yet been
found in the I,lid Continent Fields.
The L .anit Compa its Are Here
The Prairie Oil and Gas Co. aie purchasing
leases here. The Carter Oil Co. has extensive
lease holdings in the district. The Empire Gas
and Puel Co., The U; ite.l Oil Co., The American
Producers Corj oration and a number of the other
large companies have purchased leases here.
Enough wells ;v, e di lirrr in the County right now
to open the field, and my honest opinion is that
your last opportunity to buy oil leases in this field
at $1.E0 to $5.C0 per acre will be within a very
I will furnish, on request, without charge,
geological reports, laige m ips showing locations of
drilling wells, prices of leases, etc.
C E. DE AT ON
CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO.
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STUDENTS FLAY TVFE-
1ITERSJJZ2 MUSIC i
High Schools In the East Use
New Method To Bring
Rhythm To Pupils At
CREEK OIL HIIOUTE
Leonard Ingram, 17, Way Turn
Out Richer Than Sarah
Rector; $750 From One
(By Associated cress.;
Cleveland, March 2G East high
school has discovered what lia]><z
jerformers, army officers and phvsi- ,
*al directors have known for a long |
If music gives rhyshm and life to
movements of the feet in dancing,
why not also to tlv hands in manual ,
So the talking machine is t-iking i's
lace in the commercial classroom.
Ragtime tunes, always ragtime, are
played to eive the typewriting s u- |j1R north part ot Mdskogee.
Ingram owns 1G0 acres two and a
Ivilf miles southeast of Jennings, Okla.
to eive tht
dents the rhythm and sp d they ro-
luire. "Smiles," that somewhat
•hopworn air of the vintage of I !
lictates ihe movements in that some-
what older practice sentence "Now
Is the time for ail good men to some
'.o the aid of their pari>
According to O. I). Lacey, over from
J<nnin-'s today, a new millionaire
Creek freedman, who bids fair to sur-
I l> ~ s the record of Sarah Rector for
riches, has sprung into prominence
by discovery of a 1,.">00 barrel well on
his allotment near Jennings, Okla.,
:nd bright [ rospects for numerous
more wells of like prductlon. His
name is Leonard I). Ingram, he's 17
yi ars old and hG lives with his moth-
and step-father, Charles Jones, in
'111 I nd was north of the proven
Cushing field and was not considered
a particularly good oil prospect until
about a year ago, when production
came in north of the alltment.
Gets 1.5C0 Barrel Well.
On Monday, March 15, a well was
brought in in the northeast corner
of his allotment with a production of
1 .".00 hirrels a day of a hUh grade of
oil. The oil is selling now at $4.00 a
barrel, fi'ty cents above the posted
great deal harder to set tlie icon \v market price. The royalty on this one-
uetteii in: <: \ni:i u. ix
ivwixu static taxes
It Is easy to pay taxes, but it is a
back if you pay the s'ate too much,
according to an opinion rendered
well brings him an income of $750 a
1 y. Just to the east of his property,
terday by the attorney general's do- is ;'n offset to this well, is another
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of Eliza-
beth Burnett, late of the City of Tyler,
he city at the noon hour today. Tho|Sta'e ot Tex&e' decpased
wagon belonged to the Loop and City
Express company and the driver ha1
entered a building to deliver goods.
When he returned the wagon and its
valuable load had disappeared.
AH persons having claims aealnst
said Elizabeth Burnett, deceased, are
required to present the same with the
necessary vouchers, to the under-
signed, duly appointed and qualified
administrator of the estate of said de-
ceased, at hie office at 101 l-(2 East
Oklahoma Avenue in the City of Guth-
The Gladstone Oil and Refinir. '
company of Fort Worth, Texas, p i 1
a gross production tax on part of it •
Oklahoma leases on restricted Indian
land in 1919. Now t has discovere 1
that it need not have paid.
"Your only remedy." the state's at
torney said, "is to wait until t'ie leg
islature meets and have it make an
appropriation to pay back the
GREECE IS GIVFN LAND
OWNED BY TURKS
Paris, March 30.—Smyrna and thi"
Hinterland along that section of Turk-
ish coast, have been awarded to
Greece by the council of ambassadors,
COME OUT FOR LA FOLLETTE and' st.T"o'f accord'ng to
Oklahoma, within four months of the
Washington, March 27.—Labor, dale hereof, or the same will be for- MAKES CALL FOR
he off!leal publication of Ihe fourteen ever barred.
railroad unions today urged railroad
workers In Wisconsin to sunport Sen-
ator LaFolletle and the ticket which
he Is leading In the coming presi-
Dated tha l!tl> day of March, 1920.
A. B. ARMSTRONG,
O. R. FEGAN,
FREE FAIR MEETING
0. R. Aclon, president, has issued a
call for a meeting of the Free Fair
arsoclatlon at Ihe court house, April
6 at one o'clock. "Much important
business" says Acton.
well milking 2,(100 barrels a day. Three
o'her loca'lons, offsets to ihe 1,500-
Inrrel well have ben mad«, and drill-,
Im: is lo start soon.
On th" soulhwpst corner of his pro-|
, v ;1 WP'l i- down 400 feet now,
•hme other wells are drilling on
joining property offsetting this h
One of the three is 1,900 feet deep,
another between :'00 and 400 and the
o'hor Ju«t spudded in.
Th" lease on Ingram's property te
hid by the Prairie Oil and Gas com-
pany, but three other companies are
Interested In the offsets.
Kl .IvS TO MEET IN
CHICKASHA THIS YEAR
Chickasha March 30.—The annual
meeting of the state association B.
p. O. E. will be held in Chickasha
May 19 and 20. This wae decided at
i meeting of the association officer*
and governors held here yesterday.
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