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Law enforcement, what it means to Topeka; inventory and account of stock taken by Police Judge Geo. A. Huron, of some of the things done by the Police department and Police court in carrying out the law enforcement issue that won in the city campaign two years ago. [Paragraph symbol] Gives reasons for the Topeka standard for drunks and contains other matters of personal interest to every citizen of Topeka.

Title:Law enforcement, what it means to Topeka; inventory and account of stock taken by Police Judge Geo. A. Huron, of some of the things done by the Police department and Police court in carrying out the law enforcement issue that won in the city campaign two years ago. [Paragraph symbol] Gives reasons for the Topeka standard for drunks and contains other matters of personal interest to every citizen of Topeka.
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Note:[Topeka, Kan., Mail Printing House], 1915
  
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