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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2C, 1912.
DON'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Business Throughout Entire Country
Never Better Than Now.
WAS IN EAST HAS ITS EFFECT
Foreltrner Takta; Large QuaatUUa
of American Wheat, and He
markable VpltU I Xow
NEW YORK. Oct -R. G. Dun 4t
Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow
While the Bulgarian-Turkish war cause
that uneasiness abroad, its chief effect
in this country has been, first, to pro
duce large toreign selling of American
securities, and, second, to cause large
foreign buying of American wheat.
Every report from every section of the
country is favorable and the general busi
ness situation is not only very active,
but It is entirely healthy. Taking it al
together there has never been a more
remarkable uplift In Araertoan business
than that now In progress at a time of
foreign disturbance and of an important
domestic political campaign; and it is
notable also that the trade and industrial
expansion, while testing the capacity of
plants and banks and railroads and the
labor supply, cause a comparatively small
amount of Motion.
While new business has slackened in
some lines of iron and steel, this is more
than compensated for by the railroad
buying, which is on a heavier scale than
at any previous time this year. Contract
for rails Just announced exceed it tons
and the orders already taken for 1913 es
tablished a record to date. Lead ehlp-
ment Is also in heavy demand, with 19,
, -.ww cars placed this week and consider
ably more than that amount still pend
ing. Aside from the railroad requlre-
ments the activity, as has been noted, is
leu pronounced. Tills is due to the ln-
, ability to secure prompt deliveries and
r.lhe fact that most consumers of steel
products are covered until next April.
Frpru every large distributing center
comes favorable rerorts of the dry goods
, i market. About 26.000 bales of foods have
! , been taken for China, India and Red sea
ports, the bulk of which are of standard
' drills, heavy sheetings and a few light
" weight goods. Business in woolens and
i worsteds is claimed better than for many
! " years. The leading mills have all the
t " work they can handle for fall and
. The shpe factories report a demand
i which brings production to the point of
factory capacity. Leather and hides con
.' tinue very firm.
REPORT OP CXEARIlfO HOC SB
: . Traasaettoaa of Aasoctafoa Baaka
for the Week.
NEW TORK, Oct 25. Bradstreet'
. bank clearings report for the week end-
Ing October 24 shows an aggregate of
$3,767,417,000, a against W.M7,1M,W0 last
week and J2.WO.17,0CiO in tlva correspond
ing week last year. Following is a list
of the cities:
Mew York...- iti.lWUfl.OOQI
Hoston ....... 16X3,out
St. Louis. ............ 80,184.000
Kansas City........ B4.2&8.00M
Pittsburgh I 62,776,
Han fTranolsco. wmjh.uw
Baltimore S 40,401,000
Minneapolis . 33,84l,ouu
New Orleans... .... , Sl,TM,W
Cleveland .......... 2ti6,000
Los 'Angeles ,. i3.8W,0OM
Milwaukee 1 14,231,000
LoulavlU ...I . 18,MO,00m
Atlanta .f 17,671,000
Portland, Or 12,446,000
St. Paul 14.671.OUOI
Denver ,. 10,87O,oiW
Washington, V, C,
Salt Lake City..,
! Kashville .,
Dea Moines ...
, Grand Rapids
Augusta, Oft v.
xjme noca. .........
Charleston, 8. C...V
Wheeling, W. Va.
San Diego, Cat...
t Wilmington, Del...
t Davenport .........
t fcacrstmento, Cal..
Mobile , .............
i Cedar Rapids, la.
T Canton, O
I Springfield, IU......
J Fort Wayne.........
; New Bedford
: York. Pa
2 Columbia, S. C...
2 Krla. Pa.
t Wtockton. Cal......
5 Boise, Idaho
J Roekiora, nu
3 Muskogee, Okl
2 Kalamasoo, Mioh.
- Quincy, 111..........
: Bloomtnirton, HI...
I Tulsa, Okl....-....,
; Ogdm, Utah
S Chester, Pa.
I Souths Bend, Ind..
i Woux Falls, 8. 0..
S Jackson, Mis......
5 Decatur, 111
" Manfleld, O
; Fargo, N. D
' Fremont Neb.....
t Vicksburg. Miss...
; Jacksonville, 111
; 'Trenton ...........
turers In mct industries are working'
i to rapacity.
The Iron and stoel industry continues j
I in an enviable position, further advances
in prices are being made and the rail
ways have bought more frocly than at
any time this year. Pig iron is not so
(active but the general situation is such
as to produce further stretch in prices.
Retail trade tends to improve, especially
in the west, south and southwest. Col
lections are improving, and while mat
ters In this repct are not yet entirely
favorable, tho trends Indicate that bills
are being met more promptly.
Business failures In the United States
for the week ending October 'H were 229
against 187 last week. 231 in the like week
of ml; 22 in 1910; 217 In 190SI and 241 In
Business failures In Canada for the
week number twenty-three, which com
pares with twenty-six last week and
thlrty-elx in the like week in 191L
Wheat, including flour, exports from
the United States and Canada for the
week ending October 24, report from
Galveston not having been received, ag
gregate ,55,W! bushels, against 5.785.510
bushels last week ard 8,730,014 bushels this
week last year. For the seventeen weeks
ending October 24, exports are 68.010,333
bushels, airalnBt EO,3fi,2i bushels In the
corresponding period last year, -Corn
exports for the week are 329,188 bushels
against 67,569 bushels last week, and 636,
110 bushels In 1911.
For the seventeen weeks ending
October 24, corn exports are l,324,7tfl
bushels against 10,022,306 bushels last
Officers Emery and
and Under Arrest
Following ths arrest of Officers Georg?
Emery and Lyman Wheeler on the
charge of aiding and abetting the de
linquency of Margaret Nelson and Elsa
Maher, Commissioner Ryder and Chief
Dunn suspended the two motorcycle offi
cers from the force pending the outcome
of their trial. They were arrested ok
warrant served on them at the police
station by Mogy Bernstein, probation offi
The two girls have caused the Juvenile
officer much trouble and have been be
fore the polloe court and the Juvenile
oourt Last month a young man was
bound over to the district court on ac
count of the Nslson girl.
Both Emery and Wheeler deny the
charge and say It is the outcome of a
disagreement with Bernstein, They' are
both married and have been connected
with the fore a number of years. Dur
ing this time their records have been
good. The two men were arrested on
complaint of the girls. The trial of the
two officers will take place next week.
They wr booked at the police station
and released on bail tor their appearance
The case was called thla morning In
polio court. , On motion of Bernstein, It
was continued until next Tuesday morn
ing. The complaint were endorsed by
Judge Howard Kennedy.
Both men say they took the girls home
on their machine on the night of Jury
7, having met them on a downtown street
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 25,-Washlng-
ton, D. C will ' be the conventlun city
In 1913 of the National Woman' Chris.
tlan Temperance union, which concluded
tonight a week's convention here.
The closing hours were devoted to , a
discussion of woman's suffrage. Several
of the speakers launched oaustlo at.
tacks upon Dr.' Clarence True WUson
of Kansas City, superintendent of the
temperance department of the Methodist
Episcopal church, who is the author of
a brochure . declaring that "In state
where equal suffrage exists, the cause
of temperance ha been set back twenty
flv years." The convention voted to
tile a protest' against the brochure with
the bishops of the churoi:,. and to send
a letter to Or. Wilson, stating that hi
pamphlet had been "seised by the brew
tries wherever equal suffrage Is an Is
sue, to encompass Its defeat." ,
Mr. Emma L, Starrett of Nebraska,
In an address on , "Civic, Problems,"
mad a plea for the election of publlo
official with "less Jawbone and more
backbone,"- and advised her hearers to
participate in every campaign and to
fight every candidate who would not de
clare hi intention to enforce laws that
tended to civic righteousness. .'
Good Tilings to Eat for
and Tested Eecipes
Fried Mush. Boiled Eggs.
Roast Lamb. Mint Sauce.
Mashed Potatoes. Fried Parsnips.
Peaches and Cream.
Lobster Salad with Mayonnaise.
Remove stem from the grapes and
wash them, drain and place in a sauce-,
pan, adding only enough water to pre-;
vent burning; cook slowly. As soon a
the skin burst the seeds will rise to the
surface; remove these with a skimmer.
Stir the grapes to prevent burning and .
to be quit ure that all seeds are re-j
moved, add sugar equal to the quantity!
of grape, let boll ten minutes, fill Jars
Wild Crape Jelly.
Remove stems from four quarts of
grapes, wash, place in kettle, add one
pint of vinegar, two unpared sour apples,
two whole cloves, two tablespoonfuls of
stick cinnamon broken In srrudl pieces.
Cook until the mixture look white, turn
into a Jelly bag and let drip. Measura
Juice and allow an equal quantity of
sugar; boll the, Juice twenty minutes,
strain Into Jolly glasses, seal when cold
Formerly The Bennett Company
To Introduce Our
Identifies Man Who
Killed Her Husband
WINCHESTER, Ky., Oct 26,-Women
were the star witnesses In the trial of
S.I the fifteen defendants charged with the
murder of former Sheriff Ed , Callahan
of Breathitt county, which opened be
fore Judge Benton.
Mrs. Callahan, widow of the murdered
man, In answer to a question by Attor
ney Byrd for the prosecution, as to
96, 0W 22. J
. 4M,000 1.7
whether she could Identify anyone In
the court room as being the one who
hot her husband, arose and pointed her
finger at Dock Smith, on of the de
fendants, and said: -
"Ye, thers Is the man who killed my
Mrs. Lillian Gross, daughter of the
..'murdered en-sheriff, testified that she
.2 had seen Dock Umlth and Andrew Jack-
- ! son, also a defendant on the hillside
from which the shot that killed Calla
han wer fired, v
Mrs, Ruth Callahan, daughter-in-law
of th dead ex-sherlff, told of firing six
shot from a revolver at the retreating
assassins a they climbed the hill.
: Not included In totals because contaln
t jng other Item than clearings.
5 BRADSTREET TRADB REVIEW
Baslnes Interest EH Week
f Wonderful AetlTttjr.
NEW TORK. Oct 25, Bradstreet'
tomorrow will ay:
The mercantile Interest of the country,
speaking of them collectively, hav -
perienced another weeK or exceptionally
active trade. Jobbers of all ataple line
hav enjoyed a brisk business and calls
for winter good have come to the front
In a noteworthy way.' Incidentally, buy
ing for further account for next spring
1 becoming more consplclous.
The relatively most active tones are
the west, northwest and southwest,
which sections have been blessed by
bounteous crop. Even the south, for a
long time, comparatively backward, is
showing greater life, thank to free
marketing of it chief staple crop, though
things remain rather alow In the south
Atlantic region. Shipping rooms, par
ticularly of dry goods houses, are over
taxed in getting out order, and manutac-
New Uniforms for
These Ball Players
AUBURN. N. Y Oct 24,-Th following
releases and drafts were given out today
by Secretary Farrell:
Released by Purchase Charles Alberts,
by Fort Wayne to Sucramento; Rocken
fleld. by Quincy to Kansas City; W. W.
Cartwrlght, by Spokane- to n Fran
cisco; "Chick" Hartley, by Spokane w
Sioux City; "Ten Million." by Sioux City
to Spokane; Catcher McDonough, by
Chattanooga to Dallas; Forsyth, by Dal
las to Chattanooga; Dessau and Merna,
by. Lincoln to Kansas City; Ed Donald,
by Cincinnati to Portsmouth; Gus Car
dells, by New York National league to
Hartford; Ona Dodd. by Pittsburgh to
Columbus; George Dauson, by St Paul to
Rsleseed by Draft Herst, by Davenport
from Winnipeg; J. Barnes, by Davenport
from Keokuk; Hoffman, by Davenport
Released Sullivan, by Vernon; Charles
McCafferty, nv Los Angeles; Thomts
Madden and Thomas Bheehan, by Sacra
mento, Cal. , '
Mooters Get oa Ticket.
BATON ROUGE. La.. Oct. 26.-Th, pe
tition of republican leader that the name
of progressive presidential electors should
not be printed on the state ballot Wn
of alleged failure by the progressives to
secure the requisite number of signatures
to mrir petition tor position bn the ticket,
was denied today by the district oourt.
Cream Fla nan If addle.
Pick apart one-half pound of finnan
haddle and cook It In one heaping table-
spoonful of butter till heated through, .
then stir In a tables poontul of flour;
moistened in a cupful of cream or rich
milk. Let thla cook for five or six min
ute, then add the yolk of one egg,
a little paprika and a good teaspoonful
of grated cheese.. . When. . thoroughly ,
heated serve on hot buttered toast. j
One-half cupful of butter, one cupful
grated cheese, one-half cupful of milk,
one teapoonful of baking powder, a
little salt and flour to thicken. Roll very
thin, cut out and bake In a moderate
Tomato Soup. j
One can tomatoes, one pint boiling i
water, six cloves, one-half teaspoonful
salt one scant teappoonful ugar, cay- i
enne pepper. Boll five minutes. While I
cooknng P"t a piece of butter and one
onion In fry pan and brown. Put all to
gether, add two tablespoonfuls of corn
starch anud strain. j
Rasiant of I,nmb.
Cut the necessary amount of shoulder j
of lamb Into quare pieces of equal slse. j
Take off the pink skin and aute or fry j
in a bit of butter an ounce Is enough for
three pounds. Add some small onions and
brown for ten minutes. Dredge with !
flour, a tablespoonful to a pound, ana
stir well for two minutes. Moisten with
boiling water or whit broth, a pint to a
pound of meat, and season. It cook for
forty-five minutes. Two minutes after
It begins to boll thoroughly skim off
the scum on the surface. Serve on a hot
dlch with green beans and an equal quan
tity of now carrot, cut In small pieces,
steamed and well seasoned.
Cut large cucumbers In rounds, place
on Ice; serve with salt, pepper, oil and
, Wash and carefully pick over the ber
ries and fill pudding cups to about one
half their depth. Sprinkle generously
with sugar and add a pat of buttor. Pre
pare a plain, light aweetcake batter and
drop a large spoonful upon each cup.
Place in a bake pan half full of hot water.-
r.ak In a mod emits oven until the cake
Is nicely raised and browned. Turn out
upon dessert dishes with the melted but
ter, sugar and berries on top,
Boll on and done-half cupfuls of sugar
and three-fourths of a cupful of sweet
milk,' add a half teaspoonful of butter.
Holl until thick, which will be about
ten minute. Let It cool; when lukewarm
heat.. It, adding a teaspoonful of lemon
Juice. When It becomes a soft, creamy
substance remove seeds from dates, fill
with this cream and serve with nuts.
Sea Foam Caady.
A homemade candy that "melts In your
mouth" Is sea foam. It Is not hard to
make, nor Is it expensive.
For seafoam candy cook three cupfuls
of light-brown sugar, a cupful of water
and a tablespoonful of vinegar until the
syrup form a bard ball when dropped
Into cold water. Pour It slowly over the
stiffy beaten white of two eggs, beating
continually until the candy Is ntlff enough
to hold Ha shape. Then work in half
cupful of chopped nuts. Daop In small
pieces on waxed paper.
Coroannt Caady. '
One and a half cupfuls of soft pale
yellow sugar, half a cupful of dark sugar,
two and one-half ounces of desiccated
cocoanut, ona heaping tablespoonful of
butter, a quarter at a teaspoonful of
cream of tartar, half a pint of cold water
and two ounces of plain fondant Put In
pan the sugar, water and cocoanut and
etlr and dissolve, adding cream of tartar
when It bolls. .Stir most carefully all the
time and boll to 246 degree F. Work
the fondant quite soft and pliable and put
It in the batch and mix and stir it until
It begin to grain. Pour Into buttered tins
and when half cold 'cut In strips and
wrap each In wax paper.
Sprinkle email pieces of beef cut from
the remains of a roast with salt peppr
nd flour; put a layer of meat In a bak
ing dish, over It put a layer of canned
tomatoes or sliced fresh tomatoes; scat
ter bits of butter over It; cover with a
layer of beef, then tomato; make the top
layer of buttered crumb; bake slowly for
an hour. ' . (
Grtea Cora Padding.
Grate the kernels from twelve oars of
corn; stir Into the corn the beaten yolks
We will offer Saturday the fol
lowing extraordinary 3pecials
in high grade fresh and
Lamb, hind quarter. Saturday
at lb. . .... . 7 , I . . . . A2
Saturday at '
Round Steak, Saturday 4 1 A
at lb. . . . - ,:J Mk
'Codfish, fl 'A1
Look over these Saturday specials, then take ad
vantage of these extra low prices and satisfy yourself
and your appetite.
Boneless Rib Roast, lb. 12ic
Hindquarters of Mutton 6c
Forequarters of Mutton ; .... .5c
Mutton Chops three pounds for 25c
Mutton Stew 10 pounds for. 25c
Porterhouse j ..15c
Sirloin Steak 1 .'12V&C
Pot Roast , 8C,TC, 5C
Veal Steak .., ....... 15c
Veal Chops , . 12C
Veal Roast 10c, 8c
Veal Stew . .. ..7c
Corned Beef 6c
No. 1 Haras . ..15c
Bacon ; '..12&C, 15c, 20c
No. 1 Hams, Saturday 1 01
at lb. . ..... -...j! 2
Holland Milked Her. !
rio,. Saturday at Jin
each . . . .
Smoked White Fish, Saturday
at lb. ..........
ORKIN BROTHERS Setf company, 16tli and Harnsy
Milk Fed Spring Chickens -
Steer Pot Roast 7c and 6c
Steer Steak three pounds for .25c
Boneless Rib Roast ... I2V2C
Young Veal Roast 10c
Young Veal Chops .V 10c
Veal Stew ...6Y2C
Lamb Legs . 9M2C
Lamb Chops three pounds for 25c
Mutton Roast 5MC
Lamb Stew 8 potmds for 25c
Sugar Cured Bacon 15Y2C
No. 1 Calumet Bacon .. .173iC
No. 1 Hams ... . . . v. . . . ; , 13C
Spadra, Arkansas Anthracite
Pocahontas Lump, Smokeless, best (or furnace
Benton Lnmp, Egg or Nut
PubUe Market Lump or Nut ,
A Good Lump
PATR1DGE THOMSON CO.
snd 3 P. Hi
IDEAL HEALTH BREAD
It is endorted by physicians as being as pure as pare
can be. At all grocers Sc.
Every loaf to you in a sanitary waxed paper wrapper.
UI II .
tCSESat If. tS
m tmst euujrv itusKs aerftwrsrw
V CUT OFF
igh cost of livini
FOR CEREAL FOOD
The SUPREME quality of Washing-ton Crisps is absolutel? beyond question.
Thoroufchly steam cooked, toasted, deliciomly crisp, ready to scire. Oa erery
.package the unqualified GUARANTEE that erery ingredient it of at HIGH
QUALITY at the Ingredient! la cereal foods of ANY other make REGARD.
LESS OF COST 1 and GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are mads
under MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDITIONS pouibl to exeats In
SPOTLESSLY CLEAN MILLS, by high-clas workmen.
from field to home, never touch human hands everything done by automatic
machinery. Ve give BOTH the CONSUMER and the GROCER a Square
Deal! Washington CrUps CUT OFF ONE-THIRD HIGH COST OF
LIVING, for cereal food, and both Grocer and Consumer Instantly recognized
this hence our big tales of SUPREME quality Washington Crisps to millions
and millions of Americans. . '
Handsomest Pood Package In America Two superb portraits of George
Washington on ery package, handsome enough to frame, or use unfrmH,
to decorate your "Den" orLrring Room.
WASHINGTON CRISPS are
(in) "IV in ik HOMES f hi Ctuntrymm"
of five mks and a tablespoonful each of
melted butter , and granulated sugar.
Drop a bit ofbaklng soda not larger tiian
nea Into a scant Quart of unsklnned
milk and mix with the grated corn and
eggs. Salt lightly, beat hard for a minute
and add the whites of the eggs beaten
tiff Turn Intn a butter,! DuddinK dish
nd bake, covered, for half an hour. By
then it should be light as a puff. Un
cover aud brown delicately. , Serve at
once before it fall.
Cold Slaw; 1
Put a teaspoonful of melted butter In
a stewpan and add to it a teaspoonful of
flour; mix, and then put In a teacupful
of vinegar. Beat an egg, and add to It a
teaspoonful of mustard, sugar, salt and a
half-teaspoonful of pepper; . beat all to
gether and stir In the boiling vinegar;
boil one minute and pour over sliced or
i ' Peach Dampllnsr.
Pare, halve and pit . ix large, ripe
peaches and place the halves together as
they were cut Make a dough precisely
the same as for shortening, roll thin and
cut with a large round cutter. Lay half
a peach cut side up in the center of each,
put a small bit of butter 'and three drops
of vanilla in the center of each peach on
the forms. ' Then place the remaining
halve of the peaches In position, fold
the dough over, roll gently In the liand
to make ball shaped, lay them on a but
tered plate, but not ' closely, et hi a
steamer and steam twenty minutes.
Serve hot with peach or any sauce pre
ferred.' rsisrrnl of Lamb,'
Two pounds of Iamb from back, two
tablespoonfuls ?f drippings, two and one-
half cups of well-aeasoned stock, one-half
teaspoonful of onion Juice, five table
spoonfuls well-washed rice,, one' cup
canned or stewed tomato will be needed
for this recipe. j '
Cut the lamb from bone in piece suit
able for aerving, and dust with pepper
and salt Fry in drippings, add rice and
onion juice, then the tomato and stock
Let come to a boiling point, pour into
casserole and bake in a slow oven till
tender about two hours.
New . Potato Recipe.
Take one pint chopped cold boiled po
tatoes, one-half pint cream, two table
spoonfuls of flour, one tablespoonful of
butter, one teaspoonful of salt, one sweet
green pepper "(boiled and chopped).
Oil the baking dish. Add a layer of
chopped potatoes and peppers mixed, bits
of butter; sprinkle with flour and salt
and one-third cup of cream. Repeat un
till all ingredient are uf ed. Cover and
bake half hour In a moderate oven.
French fneiimhee Salad.
Take four medium-sized fresh cucum
bers, one-half cuptul of sweet cream, one
fourth cupful of vinegar, two tablespoon
fuls of salt
. Peel cucumbers and slica thin layer
lengthwise until the Beeda are reached
Place a layer of cucumber slices in a
dish, sprinkle with a layer of "salt Re
peat until all sliced cucumbers are used
Allow to stand several hour on the ice
When ready to use remove cucumber
from the liquid, spread on a towel and
wipe dry. Place in a bowl and add, al
ternately, cream and vinegar. Serve on
head of lettuce or cress. ' " v '
,"- Macaroon lee Cream.
THry, . pound and measure one cup of
macaroons, add to one quart of cream,
then add three-fourths of a cup of sugar
and a tablespoonful of vanlla. ' Freeze,
using three quarts finely cut Ice to one
part rock salt
Take the clear juice of a small orange
and confectioners' sugar as needed. Stir
Ihe sugar Into the Juice until It is tlHj
right consistency to apply to cake. Any
other fruit juice, fresh or canned, can be
used. Especially nice is. clear currant,
raspberry or strawberry Juice.
Retail Meat Prices
Same as Last Year,
The retail, prices of meat at the present
time are about the same as they were a
year ago, although the wholesale price
has gone up. -
Pork has seen a greater raise than
other kinds of meats. Pork chops, which
sold a year ago at 15 cents a pound, are
now retailed at 22Vi and 25 cents a pound.
Pork shoulders which sold for 10 cents a
pound are now selling at 13 cents.
Lard Is 2V4 cent higher ! than It was
a short time ago, priced cow at 17 cents
a pound. 'Hams and bacon range around
15 and 26 cents a pound. -
Beef and mutton remain about tho
same. Hind quarters of mutton are priced
at o cents a pound while the fore quar
ter are 1 cent less than that Mutton
chops are sold for 8 and 10 cents a pound.
Sirloin steak may 4e had at 12 and 15
cents a pound, while porterhouse Is 15
Pot roast is priced at 7, 8. and 10 cent
a pound. Veal steak, veaf chops and
veal roast are selling at 15. 12 and 10
cents a pound, respectively.- ,
A Frightful Eapertence
with . bllUousness. malaria, and consti
pation, is quickly overcome by taking
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Only Sc
Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
The Persistent anfi Judicious TJse of
Newspaper Advertising 1 the Road to
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE GIRLS
FORM SHAKESPEARE CLUB
The Shakespeare club, the senior glrlsf
organization at the Omaha High School
of Commerce, met Thursday at th
school. The constitution was read and
This society promises to be the most
active organisation of its kind at this!
Many social affairs have already beet)
planned, the most important one being
the club's Christmas party. '
The next meeting of the club will b
held November 1, when the study o
Ehakecpeare's "As Tou Like It" will b
taken up. I
BIG SALE OF
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