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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1903)
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Mrs. 0. D.
Paro ot Co
lumbia avenue, Glasgow, Kentucky,
wlfo ot C. D. Pare, a prominent brick
manufacturer of that city, says: When
Doan's Kidney Pills were first brought
to my attention I was Buffering from a
complication of kidney troubles. Be
sides the bad back which usually re
sults from kidney complaints, I had a
great deal of trouble with tho secre
tions, which were exceedingly vari
able, sometimes execsstvo and at other
times scanty. Tho color was high,
and passages wcro accompanied with
a scalding sensation. Doan's Kidney
Pills soon regulated tho kidney secre
tions, making their color normal and
banished tho inflammation which
caused tho scalding sensation. I can
rest well, my back is strong and sound
and I feel much better in every way.
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine which cured Mrs. Paro
will bo mailed to any part of tho
United States on application. Address
Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For
salo by all druggists, price GO cents
K mora room, M leu ice. White;
Spruce, Enauisl, or Opal Glass
Ilnlngi. Aikjour dealer for them
or write for ciuiosuo and nrtrei.
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When a man Is in love ho imagines
that he neither eats nor sleeps.
The Beet Results In Starching
ran be obtained only by cuing Defiance
Btarch, besides getting 4 oz. more for same
money no cooking required,
Ever think of the time you wasto
in useless talk.
T am sure Flso's Cure for Consumption saved
tny life three years sea Mrs. Tnos. Rodbins.
Msple Street, Norwich. N. Y., Feb. IT, 1900.
Remember that a great many good
things cost more thnn they aro worth.
should be in every household, none so good,
beaides 4 os. more for 10 cents than any
other brand of cold water starch.
Of course pot-luck is the poker
player's favorite brand.
YEIXOW CLOTHES AHE CNSiailTXY.
Keep them white with Rett Cross Hall Blue.
All grocers sell large 8 oz. jmckago, 5 cents.
Money talks but generally through
a long-distance phone.
When You Buy Starch
buy Defiance and get the best, 10 oz. for 10
cents. Once uted, always used.
A bagpipe furnishes about as much
music as a bass drum.
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er Send for FJiBK S3. OO trial bottle and treaties.
Da. H. U Kut, Ltd , Ml Arch EtrrtL rblladeUbl.r
A good man l6n't necessarily a desir
Insist on Getting It
Borne grocers say they don't keep De
fiance Starch. This la because they have a
stock on band ot other brands containing
only 12 oz. in o package, which they won't
te able to fell nnt, because Defiance con
tains 16 oz. for the same money.
Do you want 16 oz. Instead of 12 oz. for
samemocpy t Then buy Defiance Starch.
Requires no cooking.
There are thousands of theories, but
only a few reliable rules.
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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T. J. O'Kttfe, Publisher.
( BRIEF TELEGRAMS. J
The Cuban congress has authorized
an Ibsuo of 7,700,000,000 postngo Btamps
in commemoration of tho installation
of tho Cuban republic.
Tho proposed trip of tho United
States monitor Arkansas to Quincy,
III., has been abandoned on account oi
tho falling stago of tho river.
Germany's pig iron production for
March was 843,224 tonB, an increase
over February of 108,875 tons, and
over March, 1D02, of 1C1.87G tons.
W. P. Williams, vlco president of the
Sherwin-Williams company, and ono of
Cleveland's best known business men,
diod at his homo in Qlcnville, Ohio.
A civil service examination will be
held at Topekn, Kan., Juno 1 for the
position of fireman and watchman in
the custodian eervlco at that place.
Tho remains of Hon. Alexander F.
Shepherd, ono tlmo governor of tho
District of Columbia, arrived In Wash
ington from Mexico, where the funeral
Governor Davis of Arkansas signed
nn act of the legislature making It
unlawful for non-residents of tho state
to hunt or fish at nny season of the
year in Arkansas. Tho act goes into
effect at once.
Tho presidency of tho Manila Normal
school has been declined by Dr. Fred
erick E. Bolton, who occupies tho chair
of pedagogy at Iowa State university.
Tho salary offered was $4,000, -but he
dislikes tho Philippines.
Corn exports aggregato 1,490,900
bushels, against 1,077,621 last week,
376,186 a year ago, and 1,344,356 in
1901. For tho fiscal year exports aro
53169,795 bushels, against 25,399,921
last season, and 154,206,545 in 1901.
a mining pro -
moter, pleaded guilty In the federal
court nt Kansas City to the charge of
using tho malls tb defraud in promot
ing tho Pittsburg Copper Mining and
Reduction company, which, it is al
leged, ho did not own. Sentence was
General Nelson A. Miles is to become
a resident ot Long Island and it is
said ho is contemplating the purchase
of a homo on the island in which to
rcsldo after his retirement Tho gen- I
cral has leased for tho summer a cot
tago near East Hampton.
A syndicate of the American and Ca
nadian capitalists, headed by Henry
Melvln Whitney of Doston, has pur
chased 2,000,000 acres of timber land
In Now Foundlnnd nnd Intends to un
dertake development on n. large scale.
Tho syndlcato paid over $1,000,000 for
Tho famous Gobbler mlno and fee ot
160 acres of land at Wentworth was
sold under foreclosure at Neosho, Mo.,
for $22,250 to F.-E. Rogers ot New
York city. Tho Gobler has been for
years ono of tho Inrgest producers in
tho Joplin district. It wbb sold three
years ago to Frank Rockefeller for
Nineteen cases of typhoid fever de
veloped at Palo Alto, CaT., making a
total of 132. There are thirty-live cases
at Stanford university. Of those dan
gerously ill the physicians say that It.
Barrett, of Hermann, Minn., cannot
recover. All of tho new patients had
been using milk from a dairy recently
An Investigation of tho report that
negotiations aro on foot for a comblna-
tlon of tho London flour mills, with a ' the following trustees' terms have ex
capital of $12,500,000, with tho object l),red- Miss Sara Hayden, Dr. George
of driving Amorlcnn flour out of tho i - W. Farnham, Charles Mayer and
English market, shows tho London , Samuel Hall. The trustees organized
corn exchange does not look upon it I nnu elected the following officers for
seriously and believes the combination ' tno ensuing year: F. M. HaH, presl
is improbablo of accomplishment tJent' T M- Hodgman, vice president;
A street railway franchise covering Sarah Hayden, secretary, and A. G.
slightly over two miles in Los Ange
les, Cal., was sold to G. C. Johnson in
the city council for $110,000, after some
lively bidding for tho privilege be
tween Johnson and tho Los Angeles
Railway company and the traction I
company. Johnson is supposed to be
acting for tho Clark-Harrlman sydi
cate. A warrant has been issued for the
arrest of Edward S. Bingham of Mont
gomery, Ind., charging an attempt to
blackmail George B. Brown and the
citizens of Montgomery, In writing
them threatening letters Baying that
unless tho citizens and Brown placed
$2,500 in a given place, the author
would destruy thu town with lire and
The war department has decided to
issue service medals to all tho officers
and men of the regular army who par
ticipated In the Spanish war, the Phil
ippine Insurrection of the Chinese cam
paign. About 25,000 medals will be re
quired. Final permission reached tho Italian
and German embassies for the allies
representatives to sign with Mr. Bow
en, Venezuela's plenipotentiary, tho
protocol submitting the question ot
preferential treatment to the Hague
tribunal for arbitrate
I General Nebraska News.
THE STATE AT LARGE.
I A Bcvero rain and hall storm visit
I cd Gibbon and vicinity.
Charles Meed, a young man, is in
Jail, nt Soward charged with horso
Dnkota City has doubled tho license
feo for Baloons, tho amount now being
? 1,200 yearly.
At Fremont thrqo little girls on their
way home from school discovered a
lot of Btolen goods hidden under a
Robbers entered the stores of H. L.
DustmeU and H. It. Green at Hemlng
ford nnd took merchandise In each.
They also broke Into the school house.
W. J. Robinson ot Ewlng was bound
over to district court In tho sum of
$500 for having in his possession, it
Is charged, 1G9 prairie chickens March
The Nobraska Lltyior Dealers'
convention will bo held at Falls City
Jyne2 to 4. Officers will bo elected
and considerable business is up for
N. V. Harlan and family of York
left last week for Valdez, Alaska,
where Mr. Harlan goes to resume his
official duties as prosecuting attorney
for tho Third district.
Chief Engineer TSnsIgn of the Bur
lington, with a forcb of engineers, Is
said to bo sotting grade stakes be
tween Oakland and Lyons for the
Ashland branch of tho Burlington.
At a meeting of citizens and old
soldiers at Cambridge, the date for
holding the next southwest Nebraska
district G. A. R. reunion was set at
the week commencing August 31, 1903,
Instructions have been mailed to the
various superintendents of state insti
tutions to guide them in making out
their seml-nnnual statements. The
structions are sent thnt a uniform rn.
port w, bo nmde
At Campbell Rolla Ross, a stone
mason, was shot, but not seriously
wounded, by n section man named
Halnea. Ross was shot in the left
shoulder. Tho shooting is claimed to
have been in celf defense.
Edtlyville has a new bank, doing
business under the name of the Ed
dyvillo State bank, with these In con
trol: Dlah Woodruff, L. E. Branson
and Maggie J. Branson. The capital
stock is $5,000 and tho articles of in-
corporatlon were filed with the Bank
The four curs of oil at Centrdl City,
Hastings, Blue Hills and Ord, which
were rejected by Former Oil Inspec
tor Hays, because they did not como
up to the standnrd set by the new
law raising tho test from 100 to 112 de
grees, havo been finally passed by In
A young man sovontcen years old,
named John Reed, has just been taken
to the asylum nt Lincoln, ho having
been adjudged Insane by Polk county's
board of Insanity. His people have
the hope that with the treatment he
can receive there that he will soon
regain his mind.
The secretaries to tho board of
health met in Lincoln and were kept
busy granting licenses to newly grad
uated doctors. There wero seventy
eight applications from regular phy
sicians nnd five osteopaths. Fourteen
of this number aro graduates of the
medical school at Lincoln, twenty-one
from the two schools at Omaha and
the rest from outsido tho state.
Tho meeting of tho Nebraska Art
association was held In Lincoln and
Greenlee, treasurer. The association
voted to increase its membership from
J 100 to 200 stockholders during the
I coming year.
i Mrs. Elizabeth Stoker arrived in
Lincoln from Ohio. Somo time ago
she inserted an advertisement in a
matrimonial paper and a prompt re
sponse was made her by Charles Sid
ders of that place, who has been a
widower' since last August Mrs.
Stokers arrived in town nnd immedi
ately proceeded to the office of the reg
ister of deeds, where she inquired Into
hor respective husband's real estate
record. She was satisfied that he was
the owner of a farm valued at $10,000.
He is 72 years old, and the lady is
about half that age.
At tho special election held In
Nance county to vote $75,000 bonds of
the county for the purpose of erecting
ovor the Loup river steol bridges at
Genoa, Fullerton and Palmer, tho
bonds wero voted by a vote of 1,038
for to 339 against
Tho state printing board met fdr
tho purpose of considering tho bid of
Tim Sedgwick ot York for printing
the session laws. The bid, which is
for 5,000 copies of tho laws at $2.75 a
page, was accepted, and Sedgwick
received tho contract
INCREASED CROP ACREAGE.
Labor Bureau Issues Bulletin on Con
dition of Grain and Fruits.
Tho labor bureau haB issued a state
ment showing the condition of craps
and fruit With the report is n table
showing the lncrcnre and decrenso In
tho per cent of acreage put in wheat,
oats, rye, alfalfa and corn. The reports
ettid that if March and April had been
changed a normal season would have
vctulted, but as It wns the warm weath
er of March caused an early planting
of crops nnd the cold weather in April
Injured them to some extent Tho
The overage total precipitation for
Minth for Nebraska was 0.72 inch and
for April 1.63 inch.
When t prior to tho cold weather of
April the appearance of wheat present
ed a 95 per cent condition. This ap
plied to other crops of small grain..
Tho prospects wero for the largest per
cent yield in the history of the state.
Tho wet weather of last fall caused a
decrease in the acreage that would
have been sown had it not been for
this wet weather.
Corn For corn there will be an in
crease of 10.86 per cent in tho state.
The prospectB are excellent over the
entire state and the only fear expressed
Is that tho cold, wet condition of the
ground may continue, which might
Oats For the oat crop there is re
ported a 6.76 per cent increase and a
0.28 per cent decrease, giving a net
increase In tho state of 6.48 per cent.
This Increase will occur mostly in tho
south central counties.
Rye There will be an increase in the
acreage of rye of 3.28 per cent. The
prospect is good and the condition of
the state crop is about 90. In the
eastern part it is better than this.
Alfalfa Alfalfa is gaining friends
rapidly. It has been thoroughly dem
onstrated in the west thnt alfalfa can
be grown without irrigation nnd the
result is a very great increase in acre
age each year. This year it ranks first
in Increase of acreage, the increase be
ing 19.79 per cent.
Creamery People Confer.
KEARNEY The first annual meet
ing of the operators and agents of the
Beatrlco Creamery company for the
Kearney district convened at the city
hall In this city. The gathering was
on Invitation of the managers of the
company for interchange of opinions
and discussion of creamery topics.
An address of welcome was made
by Mayor- Roe, which was responded
to by Art Gentzler, superintendent for
tho section north of the Platte river.
A. M. Priest gave a talk on "Our Mu
tual Interests." Tho regular topics
for tho afternoon were as follows:
"Regular Shippings Days," Art Gentz
ler; "What Is Good Condition?" A. M.
Priest, the company's mannger at Lin
coln; "Change in Test and Causes,"
A. P. Salgren; question box, George
Lofleur, and a discussion led by A. E.
Damage Lees than Feared.
J. P. Hess, one of the large fruit
growers, stated that the damage from
the recent freezo and snow storm was
much less than was feared. Apples,
ho says, havo been damaged very
little and he anticipates that they will
make nearly a full crop. Cherries
'nlcn mllh tn ihn curnrlco rt fruit-
V..UW, .....V... .V. ...W Mt.,f.U W .!.
growers, appear to have been but little
damaged except In certain localities.
Y. M. C. A. Bids All High.
YORK. Bids for the erection of tho
new Young Men's Christian associa
ttlon building wero opened by the gen
eral committee and the lowest bid
was $5,000 more than the association
expected to pay. This is duo to the
advance in the price of material and
the fact that York contractors havo
more work contracted ahead than they
can take care of.
Valuable Farm Changes Hand.
CENTRAL CITY. Last week T. B.
Hord bought the Anthony farm three
miles west of town at $55 per acre.
There aro 480 acres, all seeded to
Identifies York Suspect.
YORK, Neb. Detective Malono of
Lincoln reached hero and Identified
one of the men arrested as suspects
as James Leo. Leo was held in the
Lincoln jail for three months, accus
ed of tho recent Burlington train rob
bery. During his incarceration coun
try storo robberies ceased.
Inspecting National Guard,
rn a short time, probably ten days,
tho mombors of tho National Guard
will be inspected by an officer de
tailed from the war department. To
tho end that the soldier boys will
como up to the highest standard, Ad
jutant Gcnoral Culver Is preparing to
do a little Inspecting himself during
the next few days and will call upon
as many companies as he can be
tween now and the time of the com
ing of the department oflicer.
Odd English Land Tenure.
At Broughton, near Brlgg, in Lin
colnshire, England, some lands are
held by tho following tenure: Every
year on Palm Sunday a person from
Broughton enters the church porch at
Calster having a green silk purse con
taining two shillings and a penny, tied
up at the end of a cart whip, which
ho cracks three times on the porch,
and stays there until tho second lesson
begins. Then ho enters tho church and
cracks tho whip again, finally deposit
ing tho purse and contents.
Tho United States census for 1900
finds 3,536 persons in tho United States
who aro 100 or more years of age. The
value of theso figures may bo ques
tioned, and perhaps may be best esti
mated by tho fact that 72.8 per cent
of the whole number are negroes,
many of whom have no reliable evi
dence as to the date of their birth.
They are but 11 per cent of the total
population. It seems improbable, too,
that this country should have over 3,
500 when Germany, with a population
of nearly 35,000,000, has only 778, and
England, with 32,000,000, only 140, and
France, with 40,000,000, has only 213.
Fencing for Parish Shop Girls.
Tho latest development of the
scheme for providing rational and
healthy exercise for Paris working
girls dressmakers, milliners and oth
ersis a class for fencing. After sing
ing, dancing and declamation, "Mlml
Plnson" Is now being taught to handle
tho foils, and a few nights ago, at an
exhibition at the Conscrvatorie Popu
late, the young women showed that
they could thrust and parry In quite
remarkable fashion. The one thing
that annoys them 13 that they are com
pelled to hide their pretty faces be
hind unprepossessing maBks, but this,
In the opinion of the fencing mistress,
is a small drawback compared with
the splendid results of the vigorous
exercise upon girls who are imprisoned
all day in stuffy shops and ill-ventilated
Those versed In Woodcraft can tell
a dogwood tree by its bark.
Sometimes when a man gets rich,
his wife's extravagance runs to health
resorts and operations iustqad of fine
Laundering the Baby's Clothes.
Many mothers are Ignorant of tho seri
ous Injury that may result from washing;
tho clothing of an Infant with strong
washing powders and Impure soap. For
this reason It should ho laundered at
home under the mother's directions and
only Iory soap used. To throw the
little garments Into the ordinary wash
shows great carelessness. U. R. Parker.
Many a spinster is sorry she learned
to say "no."
Car Magnate Can't Stand Cars.
P. A. B. WIdener, who owns and op
erates thousands of miles ot street
railways in a score of American cities,
never rides in a trolley car when he
can avoid it. For some reason the
motion of an electric car nauseatets
him and produces the same disastrous
effect as a sea-voyage on the average
Catholic Priests Become Elks.
What is thought to have been tho
first initiation of Catholic priests into
he order of Elks has taken place in
New York. Rev. William H. J. Reany,
chaplain, U. S. N., and Rev. James
Byrne, who has a Staten island parish,
have joined tho secret society which is
favored especially by theatrical people.
There has never been any opposition
on tho part of the church to the laity
Joining the Elks, which Is regarded
in the light ot a fraternal society, and
it is well known that thousands of
Catholic throughout the country are
members of the order, but this Is the
first Instance, a3 far as known, where
priests have become members.
Curious Productions of Nature.
There aro to be seen at present in
tho Selkirk mountains, in British Co
lumbia, some curious natural produc
tions of the winter season, In the form
of gigantic snow mushrooms nine feet
in diameter, and consequently twenty
seven feet around. They havo quite
the appearance of the ordinary mush
room, and are formed by the wind driv
ing the sticky or half-melted snow
round in a circle, until it assumes this
form. The mushrooms do not often
attain a greater size than that men
tioned; they melt or break under the
weight of tho overhanging table nnd
the shape is spoilt
A LAST RESORT.
Pure Food Should Be the First.
When tho human machine goes
wrong it's ten to one that tho trouble
began with the stomach and can
therefore be removed by the use of
proper food. A lady well known In
Bristol, Ontario County, N. Y., tells
of the experience she had curing her
only child by the use of scientific
food: "My little daughter, tho only
child and for that reason doubly dear,
Inherited nervous dyspepsia. We
tried all kinds of remedies and soft
foods.. At last, when patience was
about exhausted and the child's con
dition had grown so bad tbo whole
family was aroused, we tried Grape
Nuts. "A friend recommended tho food ns
one which her own delicate children
had grown strong upon so I purchas
ed a box as a last resort. In a very
short time a marked change in both
health and disposition was seen.
What made our case easy was that
she liked it at once and its crisp,
nutty flavor has made it an immedi
ate favorite with the most fastidious
in our family.
"It's uso seems to bo thoroughly
established In western New York
where many friends use it regularly.
I havo noticed its fine effects upon
the intellects as well as the bodies
of those who use it We owe it
much." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battre Creek, Mich.
.as. asfflrv fCk) .vfliHsV.
9ilJTVtrnrn ii ill
Mrs. Tupman, a prominent'
lady of Richmond, Va., a great
sufferer with woman's f roubles,,
tells how she was cured.
"For somo years I sufTcred with,
backache, severe bearing-down painB,
loucorrhcea, nnd falling of the womb.
I tried many remedies, but nothing
gave any positive relief.
"I commenced taking liytlia E
Pltikhnm's Vegetable Compound.
in June, 1001. Wiicn I had tuken tha
first half bottle, I felt a vast improve
ment, and have now taken ten bottles
with the result that I feel like a new
woman. When I commenced taking
the Vegetable Compound I felt nil
worn out and was fast approaching1
complete nervous collapse. I weighed
only 88 pounds. Now I weigh 109&
pounds and am improving every day.
I gladly testify to tho benefits re
ceived." Mns.K. C. Tubman, 423 West
30th St., Richmond, Va. $5000 forfeit If
original of about lettir proving gtnulntntu cannot
"When a medicine has been suc
cessful in mora than a million
cases, is it justice to yourself to
say. without tryintr it "I do not
believe it would help me?"
Surely you cannot wish to re
main weak and siclc.
Mrs. Pinkham, whoso address
is Lynn, Mnss., will answer cheer
fully and without cost nil letters
addressed to her by sick women.
Perhaps she has just the knowl
edge that will help your case
try her to-day it costs nothing
TUESDAYS May 5th &19th,
June 2nd &16th
To certain points In Southwest Mis
souri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Ar
kansas, etc., at very low rates. Tick
ets limited to 21 days for the round
trip. Stop-overs allowed on tho go
ing Journey within transit limit of 15
days. For further information call on
or address any agent of the company,
or Thomas F. Godfrey, Pass. & Ticket
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
Southcnnt Corurr 14li mid Donglaa Sts.,
Forty yzars ago and after nwy years
of use on the eastern coAt. Towr
Waterproof Oiled Coats were introduced
in ue west ana were caned oncxera By
the pioneer and cowboys This graphic
rvime h ronu irt nrK norjrn tit 4fiKt
it la frecjient. though wrongfully applied
io many suosiuuiea. you want me genuirve.
tooKTor meoignor ineriJh,and
the name Tower on the buttons.
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Toilet Antlseptlo wo -will
mall a large trial package
with book of Instructions
absolutely free. This Is not
a tiny sample, but a largo
package, enough to con
vince anyone of its value.
Women all over the country
arc praising Paxtlne for what
it has done In local trent-
mnt nf f.m.lM Ilia m.i.im
all inflammation and discharges, wonderful as a
creansing vaginal douche, for sore throat, natal
catarrh, as a mouth wash and to remove tartar
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Hold by droMlntaar sent postpaid by as, SO
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THE U. I'AXTON CO., Iloston, Mais.
81 Colurabui Am.
WANTED -TRAVELING SALESMAN
in thli county. Oar men are nuking from $7J to JltO
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Write for Information. Don't delay. Incorporated.
THE 8. D. CONFER MEDICAL COMPANY,
la attracting more attention than any other dlitrlct
in tbe world.
" Tbe Oranary of the World." " Th Land f Bun.
ibini." Tht Natu-al feeding Oroanda for Stock.
Area under crop io 1902 . . . 1,987,830 sent.
YWld 1903 117,922,7(1 buabcli.
Abundance of Water t Fuel
Plentiful; Building Mateilal
tbeap, Good Qrui for paiture
and bays a fertile toll; a turn.
rlent rainfall and a climate giving
an aiiured sud adequato
eOD of growth.
HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE,
the only charge for which Ii 110 for making entry.
Cloie to Cburcbet, bctioon etc. Itallnrayr tap all
lettied dUtrlcti. Eend for Attn and otber literature
to Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada,
or to W.V. lienor tt Ml New York LlfeUldg.,Omaba.
Neb., tbe authorized Canadian (iorernment Agent,
wbo will supply you with vertlficate glYlngyoura
Juced railway ratei, etc.
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