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D. Free Press Je 20, 1911 pg. 1 Detroit Free Press DETROIT, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911. --FOURTEEN PAGES GAN AERO CLUB IS HOLDING FIRST AVIATION MEET ON COUNTRY CLUB'S GROSSE POINT GOLF LINKS [[image]] TO CORNER DEMOCRATS Republicans Intend to Pension Bill Be- fore the House. WILL FIGHT THE WOOL TARIFF Delegation Will Give to the Under- Measure. The Free Press June 19.--"I am hear Postmaster-Gen- declare the rails paid $5,000,000 too mails." said Rep- W. Smith. of [[faded line of text]] and [[faded text]] I have al- speech in the that matter. Not a overeliarging the [[faded word]] the public intelligible every ex- to have book [[faded line of text]] [[image]] Upper, left, shows Frederick [[?]] Wadsworth and Mrs. Wadsworth, formerly Miss Mary Mannering, bride of a few weeks, observing the flights. Upper, right, shows Miss Beth. Loomis in the aeroplane with Aviator Frank Coffyn at the wheel. Lower, a view of the crowd on the links watching a darling avaiator in the upper air. AUDITORS AGAIN INCREASE IN TEN SAME BRAND OF
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