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VOL.   IB.     BP-^t- Q.QLOEN, B. p;   JAlfPABY, 27, 1809. SLOP PER YEAR.
DOMINION PaRLI'
MENT OPENED
Elimtti [nrllainenr of Curie fte OtnM
Tkirtdej
Ottawa, Jan. 21. Tha formal opening of the flrst session of the eleventh
parliament of Canada took place at
8 o'clock this afternoon with the usual
brilliant ceremonies.
C. H. Mclntyre, M.P., of South
Perth is the new deputy speaker of the
commons.
The first day's order paper on the
commons contains 78 noticesof motion,
of which 88 stand in the xmitta' of Hon.
G. E. Foster. One of these asserts
that Canada should no longer delay in
assuming her proper share of responsibility and financial burden in the protection .of her extended coast and
great seaports.
Tba speech from the throna, after
referring tn 'ha visit of the Prime of
Wales at the Quebec Tercentenary,
said:
"I have much pleasure in announcing
that a treaty .relating to the great
takeuand twhar internatianal water-
ways has been agreed upon between
his majesty's government and the gov-
arn^r^the IliiWtt of
America, and now awuitmgratifi. atio -.
Both countries are to lM'congratulated |
possible to reach a decision ss to bath
ihe route to be followed and the approximate cost. Tha provision of the
dominion land act of laat session ior
the sale of pre-emptions and purchased
homesteaxiihaaca-eaWa ne-Tstiffice
of revenue tbat wilt be' suflfciaBt to
bear the coat of the railway to Hudson
Bay without burdening the ordinary
revenue,   From September 1, when the
PROVINCIAL
LEGISLATURE.
a'jt came into force, until January 1,
Opioid Thursiiag.—H. 6. Parson, M. P. P.,
Mind the Udnsslo Reply to ibe Speech
From tbe Throne
Victoria. Jan.   26.—The   provincial
house opened Thursday afternoon With
upon having arrived at an  amicable
settlement, which I trust will" remove
during tha lifetime of the treaty man-/
questions in the field of teottttWetafc.
The treaty and papers relating to'this
matter will be laid before *ou tti dn*
course. A Httle more than a-fear ago'
the whole civilised world entered into
a period at commercial depression
which may not' yet have completely
spent its force. &gns there are, however, that ft Ugrt*lilly passing away.
Whilst it is httelydftqpUts^l* that
owing to the abundance' and elasticity
of her resources CaniMa has suffered
less than other natiodt, this depression
hu seriously affect* otrV trade, producing aiJ appreciable shrinkage in the
public revenue and calling for exceptional caatt»i in tha' adaftjaira t ioa of
national affairs, 'ftm" rapM settlement
of tha new provinces calls for new
lines of transportation. TIm construe-
Hob of ^transcontinental railway hair
9tori&imiyit*i.ed forward dW-
sales of pre-emptions and purchased
testeads have amounted tb over two
million acres,' all subject to homestead
settlement conditions.
"The total volume of immigration
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has hot reached the high figure of previous years, but ilia' number of those
seeking homes on our unoccupied lands
has been fully maintained .during the
last t-eason, and owing to the aver
closer supervision of the immigration
branch of the public service, and the
character of these new ihhabitahla of
Canada seem to be of tha highest, and
promises no small addition to the wealth
of the country."
The sending of a representative from
Canada to the opium conference at
Shanghai, the participation by Canada
in the orginzation of the international
'Institute of agriculture at Rome, and
the disaster in southern Italy being
touched upon, the speech continued:
'In pursuance of an announcement
made during the concluding session of
last parliament,- a commission waa appointed to examine the various lines of
railway connected with the Intercolonial railway and which might become
valuable feeders theieto, The report,
of this commission has been received,
and will be placed before you.
"The commissioner* appointed fer investigation into the"conduct of officer,.
in the department of marine and' fisheries has concluded his labor, but has
not reported. His report, however, L
expected at' an early date and' Whan received will lie placed in youv handi*. H
measure wiilbe submitted'to you, baled'
upon similar legislation enacted in 1906
by the parliament' of the' United Kingdom, af.iiihg a depression or" the pity
ment ofswftf cdMmitiHbifa and frit-
me» oti'mitt ptiBiw m \m*& bust.
rilM Yoli witfBe* met. to etmstetn
m»\n^xa^m to ihsuraiiia, W
cviifH/NVit,- immigration-,natthalTat-
ation and other sucjeots.
the usual ceremonies.    All members'
The Three Volley Victims
A funeral over the remains of Engineer William Coughlin, who met i
tragic death while at the pest of duty
at Three V alley on Thursday the 14th
inst., took place at Revelstoke on Sunday afternoon. A short service waa*
held at the family residence by Rev.
W.C. Calder, which was attended by
a large number of the deceased'*
friends. The deceased engineer waa £
prominent member of the tf.' of L. E.,
t.O.O.f: and the I.O.F., and the remains were followed by a large number of these orders, as well as by thi
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Ladies' Auxiliary, to the depot, thi
body being shipped to Vancouver for
intei-ment, which took place Thursday:
The body of Fireman Hawkins, tha
other victim, Was shipped to Murray
Hstrbor, Prince Edward Islahd. The
order of Locomotive Fireman and Engineers took charge of the funeral
arrangements.
were presenfexcept Hon!? Mr. Cartfi
Cotton and Mr. Garden on the government side end Messrs. Henderson and
fEagleson off tfJe opposition. The
socialists were iii tfle corridor, but not
in their seats'.
Hon. Mr. Taylor and Mr. Hawthorn-
waite will be introduced formally when
the debate on the lieutenant-governor's speech'vMtflagfife Mr. PifesoW,
of Golden, movedthe' sddifeBS ii- rej>ly
and Mr. Davey, of Victoria,  ssconded
•t.
Hon. Mr. Bowser has introduced a
bill to amen* the Magistrates- act compelling magistrates to send returns to
his department.
Mr. Bowler has sent to the minister
of justice* recomttrendWion for thai tut ot Esquimalt to Canada.    His an
pardon of James Mullen, sentenced to J twtt w«f that there must be soma
Traosfoc of LsyfMil
Major-general Sir Percy Lake, military adviser of |the Canadian government, Was seen in regard' to the transfer of Esquimalt to Canada;
i^hM^'tnalin^^^
for the carrying of tha' crape from
Winnipeg to the Buttle river, a dis*
tones of 675 miles.
"Exploratory surveys for a railway
from tha western wheat fields to Hud
sen Bay are ben** pushed   farward
Partite have been at work aince Au*
gustlast.   Upon their report it will be
,     Moving a Town.
f tk.W:iW#. ttliemf
moved bodily to a new site will be wit
nessed when tbe C.P.R. begins putting
m-Ueftect'ite'nigrile acnei. d^th.
Crow line next spring, making important changes on the line between Frank
aodMaWeod. Cewlsy Wflflb-thal-pting
be moved two miles south of iu pres-
«»tlocation. The C.P.R. hM promis-
ad to pay all expenses of moving the
two years'' imprisontneiat by Msgis
trate Alexander it V&cmtv«*for stealing h boat. '':
Many delegates are here for the convention of provincial conservatives
which wu held Friday.
Beyond forecasting enactment of
legislation governing the distribution
of water for irrigation purposes, and
the enactment <Jf vaVJdW pension
clauses in connection witli* &*' civil
service act, the speech from the throne
contains littW news. The4 speech n>
ferstotheprxr^^tyofAe proving
the'success of the negotiations of the
government with the G T. P., and the
< bountiful harvests of fruit and other
products.
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AT THE CHURCHES.
St. Paul's Anglican - Rev. C.  F.
Yates Vicar.   Mattinslla. m.  Even-
foA* 7:80 p. m. every Sunday.   Sunday
ScBool 2*80 p.m.
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1 ioman Catholic Church-Rev. Father
|Celolla, 0. M. I. Pastor. Services
every second Sunday in each month.
M&slOa. m., Benediction 7:80 p'. m.
Stmday school every Sunday at   2
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St. Andrews Presbyterian-Rev. W.
L.'-MacRae, Pastor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7-30 p. m.  Sunday
confusion of ideas in London as-to the
ttiatter. ESquimat*Wasv transferred to
Canada three years ago. and he had
not heard of any proposal to make any
further change since. It may be, he
said, that there has bean soma hitch
over the transfer of the naval yards,
but as to that Sir Percy has not had
any information.
Hew III Kill Steed
Wiethe single exception of the
Yukon uie figures of the votes cast at
the general elections are now  all in.
Owing to trite number of independent
candidates in the field an absolutely
accurate classification of the vote ia
difficult to get at. The following table
however, indicates the trend of the
voting pretty fairly:
Ont  228,(01 286,609  2,780
Qu  160,844   126,424 10,711
64,600 ........
84,946 ........
14286 ........
86,071 2,078
17,108   6,468
19,746  2,489
^^^^^^^      26,668   tlm
Tetala 687,664  168,647
the independent   column   inc
AJphonseVerville, labor,  MaisondtJhva
and Joe Martin, Vancouver, as wet aa
all the seeialist candidates in British
N. S  66,688
N. B  40,716
P. E. I.'  14,496
Man /.  80,916
B. C. .....  18,412
Alta.   28,777
Sssk. .... 88,416
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
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a volume of nearly one thousand pages
with about 150 illustrations and six
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Now growing in our Nurseries for
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Cherry, Plum. Prune, Peer and
Apple—in all leading varieties.
10,000 Ornamental Trees in all
leading varieties for B. C.
Strictly home grown and not subject to damage from
fumigation
Stock of Bulbs to arrive in August
from Japan, France and
Holland.
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been making for upwards offlity years.
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RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
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P. O. Box 4007
C'lalcopeo Falls,
Most., U.S.A.
Hugh Maedonald
Barrister & Solicitor.
GOLDEN,
-  B.O.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
time for the reception of tenders for
Vernon,   B.C.,  Public Building,  haa
been extended to December 30th, 1908.
Plans and specifications may also be
seen at Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.
By Order,
NAPOLEON  TESSIER,
-   Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
.    Ottawa, Nov. 20th, 1908. Ii Ituprovi Ui Cruu
SYNOPSIS  OF  CANADIAN
HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
nthe Railway Belt in British Columbia,
may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or any
male over 18 years of age, to tbe extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.   .
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plana:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in each
year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
aa to residence may be satisned by such
person residing with the father or
mother.
•
(8) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon fanning land owned by
him in the vicinity of his homestead,
the requirements aa to residence may
be satisfied by residence upon the said
land.
Six months notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2,570 acres shall be
leaaed to one individual or company,
A royalty at the rate of five centa par
ton shall be collected on the merchantable eoal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not. be paid for,
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Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 26.-The C.
P.R. is laying plans for thereconstiuc-
tion of that section of the Crow's Nest
Pass line between Macleod and the
summit of. the Rockies, short distance
east of Crows Nest station, the work
covering seventy miles. It is expected
that the task will be undertaken during
the present year and tenders eallsd during February. The aim of the reconstruction is to better many points where
the grades are adverse to eastbound
traffic. This is rendered necessary by
the development of the general east-
bound traffic on the line and the growth
of the Soo-Spokane business which, it
is expected, will be shortly pushed
through to the coaat, Another {factor
is the development of the Hosmer coal
fields as, ir, it expected, the prairies will
be a great market for the product of
these mines.
It is also stated that during February or March a contract will be let for
the construction of thirty miles on the
line of the Kootenay Central railway
from some point on the Crow's Nest
line between Cranbrook snd Fernie to
a point north aa the initial atop in the
construction of this road to the main
line at'Golden.
It is probable that on Vanconver
Island the work of the company for the
year will consist of laying steel for the
extension from Nanaimo to Alberni,
grading on which was started laat
year.
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Barriiter ii Solicitor.
GOLDEN,   -   - B.O.
Moving a Town.
Tha novel sight of a town being
moved bodily to a new alto will be witnessed when the C.P.R. begins putting
into effect its ragrade schema on the
Crow Una next spring, making import*
ant changes on tha line between Frank
and Macleod. Cowley will in theepring
be moved two miles south of its pros*
entlocation. Tha C.P.R. haa promised to pay all expanses of moving tho
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I PROVINCIAL' NEWS, j
—•»•••«——meeaeeen—
A Masonic lodge was instituted at
Moyie laat week.
Rowland'-winter carnival opens on
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.
Kaslo's new skating rink is to be completed in a few days.
The Imperial Bank will build a com-
modius building at Cranbrook thla year.
James Highworden was found in the
bathroom of hia home at Fort Steele
frozen to death.
A syndicate is being formed in
Revelstoke to operate a motor bus and
street car service.
Weekly bank clearings of Vancouver
show an increase of nearly a million
dollars over a corresponding period of
last year.
Rev. J. D. Gillanof North Vancouver
has been elected moderator of tha general assembly of the Presbyterian
church.
W. W. Forrester af New Westminster hss been awarded tha 1200,000
contract to construct the public improvements at Prince Rupert.
Work has been commenced on a new
asylum for tha insane, on a thousand
acre tract of land near New Weatmin*
star, being estsblished by the Britisb
Columbia government.
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Monthly and tha Golden Times for one
year for tha small sum of
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Notice
Columbia Land District.
District of North East Kootenay.
Take notice that Edmund J. Mills of
Galena, B. C, occupation, Rancher,
miends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
North East corner of Lot 9002 (E. J.
Mills pre-emption), thence South along
the East boundary of said lot to the
S.E. corner of said lot, on the North
boundary of the C. P. F. Lot No. 849
about 68 chains; thence East along the
N. boundary of Lot 349, 40 chains;
thence North 20 chains, thence West
20 chains, thence North about 88 chains
to the C. P. R. Belt line, thence West
20 chains along the C.P.R. Belt line to
place of commencement, and containing 169 acres more or less.
E. J. MILLS. Applicant.
Dated December 10th, 1908.      86-2m.
Notice
Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay.
Take notice that J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C, occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7678, thence
North 120 chains, thence East 40 chains
thence South 120 chains, thence West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480 acres.
Nov. 28th, 1908. !7-2mo.
J. L. McKAY.
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First Class Work in
all branches of tho m
TONSORIAL ART I
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MILLS AT GOLDEN, BEAVER; KAULT & GARLIN
Centrally located and fitted with modem, eonvepiencea.
Cuaine  Unexcelled.      The Bar is   Stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. •
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
J. C. Greene, Pi-opi-ietor
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TERMS MSr=L^iADOfflCE COLDEN, B.
Grace Methodist Church - Rev. F. L.
Carpenter Pastor; Services every Sunday 11 a.m.. and 7:30; p. m. Sabbath
Shcool 2:30 p. m. , Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
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St. Andrews Presbyterian-Rev. W.i
L. MacRae, Pa-tor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7-30 p. m. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting ever
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Local and* General
Repeat it:—''Shiloh'-s. Cure will
always cure my ecugiw" tend colde."
For Sale—One Remington Typewriter
in perfect working order.—Apply at
this office. 5t.
A negro, Who gave his name as Blair
was brought from Field last week, Was
sentnecea by Magistrate Griffith to a
term of six montns at kamioops, for
being a vag.
Frank Botwell of Field, was in town
for a few days this week. When seen
by a Times representative, Frank
stated thatt business was never so bright,
in Field than at tne present time.'
Advices irom Ottawa state that
Speaker ivlarcii received tne resignation of Mr. Sloan as member foi
Comox-Atiin. Mr. Sloan has taken
this course at the request of Sir Wit
frid in order to give tne seat to" Hon.
Mr. Templeman.
A man by the name of Sluee, who i
died at Field last week from tbe effect*,
of an accident he received, while working at the''Big titll." The remains
were brought w Goiden for interment,
The Union '.Federation, of Miners oi
Denver, Col,, whom the deceased was
a member, took charge of the funera.
ariangements.
A brilliant comet, named Halley's
comet, will be visible in the heavens
within the next few months after an
absence of one half a century. Per-i|
haps the approaching visitor is responsible for the extraordinary weather
we have been having lately, which f act;
'8 more than probable.
• Repeat it:—"Shiloh's Cure will;
always cur*my coughs and colds." ',,
JtM inAn McNeil, Who wai captured
at Revelstoke last week, for forgeing
.a cheque on the Lawrence Hardware
^company, is also -"anted in Golden for!
fa similar i<harge.,If he .is, ths same
■man who is wanted hare, as he no doubt
4s, will have to face a charge of forging a cheque on H, G, Parson, Ltd., for
-the sum of $62 00. ' Constable Tennajjt
'expects to receive word from Revelstoke to-day and if he is long-wanted
«.w>m,ha will be qtfo^lif «*; golden Jt
'*V9t%apr^4Ap^^%Y1silikfr.i  .•»■,•,,.,»     •* I
Pei-cy Lake of Athalmer was in town
this week for a load of freight.
j Tho Golden Curlers left Thursday for
Calgary to take in the Bonspiel, which
is now in full swing at the prairie city
and up to the time of going '{6-* press
we have not heard but little of their
success. However, with. Jolly - Jack
Buckham and good-natured Thos. King
and a lawyer and newspaper editor to
keep up their courage, they will most
surely biing bacM prizjB.   ,;.,., . »;•
Social & Personal
CURLING.
The following are the draws to be
played to-night and Thursday in the
Forester TrojShy:—
TO-NIGHT •
No. lice   Parson vs  Warren
No. 2 Ice   Taylor vs,.... Gordon
THURSDAY  NIGHT
No. 1 Ice   Lenderson..vs.Lamontagne
No. 2Ice   Pughs vs Dainard
Wood! Wood!
A few Cords ot first
Class dry Wood
:r^:-^t-: ■'.:■".
l':,:;^loO:::'-.:;.
PER  COBD.
Green Wood is now
sellingat *
$4.00 a Cord.
Send-in your OrdersJmmediate-
ly.
J.W.Gonner
WINDEiiMiRE NEWS.
Dr. McAbee is spending this week at
Calgary, taking in the Bonspiel.,. V.
Sheriff Hambly has returned, frpm a
business trip to the coast.
Mr. S.B. Bulman. of, Cranbrook, is in
town on a visit to his mother, Mrs. J.
Bulman.
Mr. H. Keyes, Revelstokes' popular
real est ate agent, spent a few days in
town last week visiting friends.
Mr. D. Bowes, manager of the Kootenay Hotel, left Friday on a business
visit to Vancouver. He is expected
home to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bond of White-
wood, Ont., arrived Friday, and will
spend a few weeks the guests of Mr
and Mrs. Wm. Sutherland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gould, of Revelstoke
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dainard. Mr
Gould has sufficiently recovered from
his serious accident at Shuswap a short
time ago.
CHIN    BOW
--RESTAURANT   AND feAKERY-
THE CHURCHES
St. Paul's Anglican r Rev. C. F.
Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 a. m. Even
song 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sundaj
School 2:30 p.m.
-O-
Roman Catholic Church-Rev. Father
Cocolla, 0, M, I., gosixff Services
every second Sunday in each month.
Mass 10a. m., Benediciion I'M -jt. ,m.
,;Sunday sehool eve-fy* '8umJ*»y -a**-2
* (From Our Own Corresponden;)
Tray ellingover the roads .just now
is anything but pleasant,. t..a roads taping very heavy. Consequently both the
Uranbrodk and Golden stage were a
day late this week.
Mrs. Stoddart with Miss. Evelyne
returned last Sunday from Golden,
where they have been holidaying for
the past three weeks.
Miss. HaUam of Palliser'" arrived by
last stage from Golden.   Miss. HaUam
takes charge of the Windermere School.
Capt. JE.N. Russell of. Golden,  accompanied by Mr. P. Patmora of Victoria arrived in  town last Tuesday
night.   Capt. Russell returns to Golden
in a few days.   Mr. Patmore  will re-
mam- until navigation opens when  he
will returtKtO; Victoria.
j Dr. and Mrs. Elliott drove  to--Fail*-J
iWAMt" on.i VT«esday    last;;   returnijng
WMgesdayw Mr. Brewer, beiflgjU the 1
dwteiWaUu-^.ed,      •„,' $&j£ 'jn
; Mr. Walter Stoddart was in toxttrtranj
Wednesday.  .    ..,.,..,v,,r^, ^ ,0\
Mr. P. Patmore U Ungues..-,- ^MrI
and Mrs. Pitts. i,._)M ,,' '
FRESH   FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
.    ' "   ' TOBACG0S ft CIGARS
I   . ■   'a ■
MEALS   AT   ALL   HOURS.
Repeat^ it:-«'Shiloh's    Cure .will
always <ui
 -I'.tNa
:&» my «j6ughs and colds."
,t
-. . * ....
I 3 ll a
VjsV'
. r J.,»- Mr..'
'.-VSH r»
Trying to be "one of the boys" has
made many a man prematurely old.     [
The man who pays for the '-Merry
Widow" hat cannot appreciate the joke I
about it.
WINDERMERE
rJHIRSEBY.
• '>&>Oi\Tr,
■■' YOUNG IPPL1 TREES
1 ' ''FOR'&ALE    '
r-, otthe varieties specially
-,J' selected and suitable for
thisdistriot
•
CHOICE
25, CENTS
20    "
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chaseri let choice.   20c. ;
: 2nd choice, i6c.   Apply to
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