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ï~~ "lt pul4mr. 0led9agng aght tted*e ' ith tie.necirkcs Qo ' g W a avdeatt Y it vas the opeonig of tL j~lbtii o the ( ensteVi hTheir G or a t _. tmof Genesee Valley onm in Convention HallTA btconed Champion l~ere of mnysbreedwill tt I TO-DAY W npiopiular begin completing to-dayinteg-liu ill wiet sight content which always haustprovedl luterSof hundreds-etinsy A new feature this yoar in the cere unaware exhibition of whole farts lon", which is fallen svraI a new departure for the assoxiation. I ro 1 byfessor hittrd, an eminent poultry -author vu- tet'-ity of ('ornel l aiksersitj-, cWilgive men duiictew olauobrp c ia l S a le o~ ttnteseries of isatroitive ltiturs's to poulttry practical demos-uielous iii connection ie umoual ex- with hits teetqrva. alley Poultry loers of iBelgiaurg h are d iother'w - Rt.. r. n vy p-iweus re r- ".o. is; r r r fa r, soheld all thiss week in Contention Itial in this departnet anon~iewtiliunsa wil annex. The show wMM openiei last eve- be tod forirt half-dozeu silver cats "'Bing fer the benefit of exhibitors oilyT which rapife 1nst llacIfrom; $10 to $23. cut this' aftersoos the eichiittou 'sill '(his content promises to be very ken pcopen to the public. Olticers of the aosocLatissu are: I'ei Thu IL. Mi.. Juttu ' on psny. of Burt, cea, i8..Tiffany; tirot vlce-iirsdt t isas a larg exehibitinsof ithosti IslandItIt rssrug lcuiVcearviut zteds, and the Corbotta(Olien Conati' i " Loi.asatrot. s- ut siU.e-pesidint liad coaitributlid largely to the exhiition. N. oo; seretay, JmsI. Wetst liher prominent exhibitors are the Steel-reodg srty, I. eosht ~ng Poultry Yards, and the J.. Willard treanurer, Fresd J. Trininiat; Exeiutive ff #Company. Besides the rissstees andtommittee, George W. harder, tharles cpa ta exhibition, a large number of Aiigeisten,A. I" 1tha~ tirkeys, geese, rabbit.sod pigeounsact and I:. i.tGrover. John Liose is, supir hown: iiteisdent of thsy show. jbout $20,000 Spent 'by City Fighting Epidemic Daily bisrovement Is shown Ins(lie rc- The city was saved as record taxi hilt by ports of new eases of tufineasa re-rivetl at the generosity of vsouteer driversMwo the ealh Breau Phsicansreported tendered their ears for emergency purposes. thele clamt e o.i isesyauterd oThesvolunteers. of whom there were 273, teas-scass f tis ~saseyese~ay.~';';made wore than 3.7lt) trips. pseuntoala was reported. There were six Teedah cerpre tteHat deats frsa atseza.Bureau: Approximately *17ZiOS huishesn spent gars French, 31, of No. 11 Micioonel hy the ity ef IRocheater to date torentuer- place. gooey equipment, suppttes and other ac Johs Itassetwander, 1. of No. 16 Tes tielea the pee ol~fr whitch was created by street. epiudemie ebaiditloas. It Is expected that streetT. Cumn 1 fN.1iRmy about-$2100 a4ddtional will be required td [tose L. iobenotels, 8, of No. 101 Satan psy bills Incurred during the epidesme".nti ak street. Of the.amount expended shoot $4,Wo was Peter Andresor, 2, of Frairport, dieid at for tte. bankes andbeddng, wich iteeral limxpital. for ate blnkes ad hildne.whih wlt eesick Shiling, v months, of No. 8 ha stored for' use when neseded. hart street. Skating on City Rinks. Assured in Day or Two &Slatlnhg 4 alslXthe pity ria~s~s as- Skeaters this year will have the use '4reu}x ne is. or'tw t te irs of absoutt xacrtes of ire at the Eiastern et~eo~~ottI~essetarin ~Valley Park, three acres" at seneca '!.a a - lnwls O f. l aks Park and one acre each at kigyhland and r ap x t s,hoist A t Maplewood parks. The Rochester Rail n& ast* >pk are safe," lie said yes- way foil Light Company was catted iIntend to sotify the uspon yesterday to illuminate the rink.. a. h;t schools t. the samie at Highland Patna;. Thomas Yaw er, O?~~ exsreg.people tel- smoperituteact of the electrical depart 'i se sask whether.t.e tiseat, sent out- the flood lights that were > ', l tetiliq3 k rowsot 5aae>n there last year.,THe said thatasa -aooF' as the; rinkesweeIn 'etapo the 2I iobta?hpd'bea-s'.$me l 3 bg~soik e provided. ' c,. o d'; mactmaof flood lighting Iistslleel - * erly eclttesitfin the elty's rinaks has proved ote toop.p w" 4 1:hllnee 'iit~tk the saa~tters thae the.1d system l of ii b C t ha a teinle{f ectiric - cdaat~.edite of thre rtslic.The e;;ofl,{ 'Veesthe 'ue~ane aee.tas Yags sd-ysutdy These are the correct typ pumps, in patent leather an( calfskin, with light flexible so] sizes is incomplete; and, for qu we have marked these pumps for MEN ~Specie Dress Oxfords Men's patent leather and dull black low-cut oxfords, lacing through three pairs of eyelets. Marked for clear ance at the Special $5.85 Pate Shoe Me with tops; Mart I 1 '' a MAJI)R OF 10rE.1 TES says Re it 0a i Ita 's 08/25/2006 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS NEWSPAPER R N

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