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AMOU NtOAO EDUCATOR
rAfL TO PROVE CASK
AQAINaT WHITE MAN.
DEfQiDANI HELD AS WIFE DESERTER
Matron Dclrs Mad of Southern
"Celleg Greeted Har With
'Halle, waathrt" Ona
NEW. YORK Nor. . Hooker T.
Washington, I ha noted negro aduoa
lor. failed to obtain esilafacllon at
lw today for th beating which ha
received at Ilia hand of If tirjr A.
I'lrWh, a whit man, Sunday vnlng,
March 1. L'lrUh was acquitted In
il Court of special Baalons Uila af
ternoon, of Ibn Charge of assault
hub Dr. Wa.hlngton bad preferred
After tha fisat which started In th
veatlbul of an apartment house
wher l!lrirh llvad. at 11-11 Kaat
Hikty-tblrd atieet Dr. Washington
waa laid up at tha hospital for several
dya with hla rlr.hl aar lrn, bla scalp
rut and bla fao badly brulaed.
I'trlrh teaUfld be found Waahlng
tun peaking into Iba aybol of bla
apartment and alao tha ona oppoalta,
and that Waahlngton struck tha firat
I, ..w. Mr, Laura Alvarai. with
whom TlrU h boarded. swor that
hrrt ah passed Dr. Waahlngton ba
aid to bar, "Hello, sweetheart."
Washington's story on tha atand
today waa tha aama explanation ha
offered at tha tiro of altercation. Ha
mora that ha waa not peaking Into
any keyholes, that ba wm only search
lug tha tenanla' directory In an ef
for to find a family with whom he
underatood a friend waa ataylog and
diiiled poaltlvely thai ba bad spoken
to Mr. Alrarei or any other woman.
Tha acquittal of I'lrich waa not
uuanlmoua. Juatlr OKeef dissent
ing from tha opinion of Justlcea
After I'lrich left tha court bo ' waa
nrr.xted again charged with being a
fugitive from Nw Jeraey, whero an
Indictment baa been found rharglug
hi m with deaerting bla wlfo.
500 ITALIANS" ARE
SLAIN IN BATTLE
l'ONUTANTINOPIE. Nov; 6 Flv
huixlred Itatlana were alaln and tha
rr-tnuliider of tha Italian fore waa
taken ' prisoner today In a terrific
buttle with the Ottoman troopa, c
curding Ui dispatches which have
I ii ten received hero.
Tim official announcement alao dentin-
that the Ottoman troopa have
orrupled Derna following the engage
ment In which the Itallana met with
their overwhelming defeat.
It Ima been believed that Derna,
Toliruk and Renwnsl were securely
hclil y the Itallana, who could not
be dislodged by the Mosloma. Put
according to th dispatches of tb
Monem officers, ao fierce waa the at
tiick of the Turka and their alllea that
the Itulinn were awept off their feet
ami the rout mado comploto after a
abort fray. Eighteen guns wer taken
by th Moslems.
RODCERS TO BE EIELD
HEAD OF PORTLAND
PORTLAND, Nov. C (Special.)
Wlllinm K. Ilodegra, aecond laman
of the Portland Heavera, will be enp
Inlti of tha IBIS Coast Lengu club,
prcMliled over by Walter McCredlo.
MunaKer Mc.Crodle made the an
nouncement today and further corro
borated reporta that Tommy Sheehan,
who captained th champlona from
the third atatlon laat aeaaon, would
not again appear with Portland.
" I don't know what will become of
Khochan," aald Manager Credle.
tommy belong to umoi;u,
which, club h Jumped a reaerva con
tract thro or four yeara ago. I tried
to buy blm laat aprlng but Kbbetta rj
fimed to aell. Rodgera, I think, will
riifi inn 1 em in in iva.
Bring Mc Your Watch
flock and Jewelry repair work and
you will get th reaulta that th moat
killed workmanahlp and beat ma
terial can nroduo.' .
My Way o! Doing Baslness
If I repair your watch or clock It
U1 run and keep firat-claaa tlm or
t won't coat you a cent.
W. Leonard Runyan
' Maaonlo Bulldlno Kntranc.
Tal. A-70. ' M,,n U1'
f. I I UTTCC BIT!
"Oregon City Publicity- will be tb
name of a paper to be publlahed aeml
monthly by th Commercial Club. The
Drat laxue will be December 6. The
object or Ihe paper will be the ad
vertlacment of th reaourrea of the
county. The Publicity Committee at
a inccMnr Mondav afternoon author
ised Iho atartlng of the Journal. Mar-
aliall lntelle will be the editor and
membera of th club will have charge
of varloua dvpnrtmenta. It la planned
to laaue th paper oil the fifth and
twentieth of each month. It will be
four pagea. aeven columnea.
RETURNED TO PRISON
PORTLAND. Nov. 6. (Speclnl.)
W. riMitier Morris returned to Salem
thla morning to re-enter th peniten
tiary after three weeka apent In Port
lund In lnaectlng th book of th
Oregon Truat A gavlnga Dunk, of
which ha waa once cashier, lie waa
aelitenced to alx yeara' ImprUonment
for embrr.lement of fund irom tne
bank, and waa recently called to Port
i.mi to naalat the dlatrlct attorney'a
office In preparing the evidence for
Ihe irlul or Umia j. wncie on Janu
Dlatrlct Attorney Cameron thla
1.. (hut Morrlrf haa dona
fine work in acanning m uikrb. i
ii. i nni iiMnirml tn disclose what
has been found, ha aya, but Intimated
that the examination by tne tormer
runnier hna revenled new tranHaotlons
for the entanglomont of WIMo. H
saya a mass of papers hits been gone
over and Morris has thrown light up.
on them that will be exceedingly val
uable to th state In the trial of
Morris and Wilde are Jointly Indict
ted on the charge of embewllng $90..
Ot'io from the bank through th aale
of Home Telephone bonds to the bank
by Wilde. They are alleged to have
divided that mm as plunder." Mor
ris Is to be a witness for the state
In the trial of Wilde. .
ENGINEER WINS BRIDE
COMMERCIAL CLUB IO.C.AND HOLLADAY
TO PUBLISH PAPER PLAY SCORELESS GAME HUSBAND
NKW YORK. Nor. 6. It took Miss
Oladys Rose, of Narragansett Pier,
just four hours from 8 o'clock In the
vcnlng until midnight to decide to
marry Ralph Fuller Nye, a member
of the engineering corps attached to
the Panama Canal, whom she had
never met before, and only until 8:30
o'clock the next afternoon to marry
hlmt For speed and romantlo fea
tures, the match holds the record for
this season, at least
Friends learned today of the un
usual wedding, which took place at
Jeraey City, October 11. for the first
tlm, when cards were sent out by
Mrs. Ethel Rodman Rose, th bride s
mother, announcing the wedding.
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1360
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
REFORM IN SOME SECTIONS ,
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PROCOtSSlVE CUCHRE TTJESOAAND FRIDAY.
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Jubilant over their victory over the
hoary Independence team, th Holla
day Athletic Club, of Portland, Invad
ed OTegon City Sunday with th In
tention of wiping tb Falla City ag
gregation off th football map. Tbey
came, they played but there It ended.
In what waa undoubtedly th faeat
ohI, hardeat fought game ever aeen
on the local gridiron, Oregon City
and Ilulladay battled tb full four
ntmner to a no acor finish.
7i"'iillcapped by the loaa of two of
her beat playera, ualng aubatltutea
who were not familiar with th alg
noU, Oregon City played a beautiful
game. From th standpoint of team
w6rk Holladar had th edge. Humpn
reya and Haattnga of Molladay;
Carothera, H. Bller and Smith of Ore
din City pulled off atunta with the
regularity of clockwork.
Iloth teama had their goal In danv
ger once. Oregon City held th Holla
day Clty'a two-yard line. Long punt
ed out of danger. The fact that
Carothera waa winded, was all that
kept him from acoring. for after a
henutiru! run of fifty yards he waa
downed by Steel on Holluday'a four
yard line. Crothera played a aplendld
White' neat handling of ptinta waa
slightly marred by using the reverse
Kngllsh after atartlng for Holla
day's goal. Lawrence, the new end
fur rtrxion Cltv. handled himself well
while Montgomery played a splendid
Oiisrterhark Hnmnhreys of Holla-
day, reminds one of Anson Cornell.
the Washington High scnooi crara
by his head consistent playing. Hoi
lalnv had the better of the punting
nrgitment but Oregon City excelled in
the use of the forward. pasa.
These teama will nlar another
game In December at Portland. Jt
will no doubt prove a good drawings
card. The following waa the llne-
Holladay Oregon City.
Meyers, Cosgrov H. Slier
U R. R.
Haatlngs . C. Freeman
Troy . . .
..Barry. W. Slier
L. Q. R-
, . Carothera
R. H. U
R. O. L.
McMahnn . J.
, .. Smith
R." T.' LV
Mii Ooa Dry. "l
AUQUSTA, M., Nor. 6 Maine re
talna constitutional prohibition.
Oovernor rialsted and his council
decided lat tonight to accept the cor
rections Jn th rote of -four towns,
cast In the special election In Sep
tember, thus 'reversing th result as
Indicated onth fac of official re
turns. . i ';.'.
OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911.
WIFE, SUING, SAYS
Charging him with cruelty E. Ade
laide Secrest Monday filed salt for
divorce against Albert J. Secrest
The plaintiff alleges that while they
wer living In Portland February 13,
1910. her husband kicked her out of
bed, and that be often 'ordered her
to leave bom. They were married
July 1, 190(i, In Portland, and have
two children, Lewis A., four years of
age, and C. I., three yeara of age.
Ubbie nials sued Fred Dials for
divorce, alleging desertion. She
alleges that ah waa . compelled to
earn 'her own living after her mar
riage. The plaintiff sks that her
maiden name, Libbi Smith, be re
stored. They wrer married In Rosa
lind, British Columbia, July 18, 1910.
O. K. BILL, HURT BY
D. K. Hill, Commander Meade Post,
Grand Army Republic, was awarded
a vordlct of $250 for personal injuries
against the Portland Railway, Light
A Power Company In Justice of the
Peace Samson'a court Monday. 'Mr.
Bill was severely Injured by falling
from a car while he was on bis way
to the chnutauqua at Gladstone Park,
July 15 last. He alleged that be was
In the act of alighting from th car,
when It was started suddenly and he
was thrown from It His left leg
waa bruised and his back was wrench-
ed. Mr. Bill was represented by
George C. Brownell.
BIG ROAD MEETING TO
BE HELD AT CANEMAH
The East Side Capital Highway
Association will hold a big meeting
tomorrow evening at Canemah. It Is
expected that at least 100 persona
will attend and that a resolution pro
viding for a special tax for road pur
m-lll ha adonted. Th delega
tion from this city, will leave on the
7-30 o'clock car and all nersons inter
ested tn Improving th roads of th
county are urged to mak the trip.
Tha association will hold meetings
beginning next week In the cities and
towns between her and Portland.
Governor West has announced that
UOVemor eni una ainiuuiiio. mat . unm. . - ---- -
v. . ...Ill Mnt AAnvInt, thla IVdin tvlflrlate at th marriag of W. C,
11V win nriiM t .. . . v. . u v - - j
nn tha rnaHa nv time thav
ar . desired, and It Is thought that
th man will ba put to work in rock
quarries in a short time. ....
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NEW DOCK BEFORE
LIVE WIRES TODAY
AID Or CITY COUNCIL MAY Be
. ASKED IN PROVIDINO LAND
ING FOR tTEAMER., .
(WIRY FUNS KEA2 CC'TLETION
Exprinc4 Man Ready t Start
Plant If promlaad Siifflceint
Milk And Patronage
. of Merchant.
Th moat Important matter to be
given' consideration at tb .weekly
luncheon of th Llv Wire today will
b tl eatabllahment of a dock for
an Independent ateamer lln wblcb
It Is proposed to eatabllah betwen this
city and Portland. It Is probabl that
tb city council will be aaked to pro
vide th dock, or aid In Ita con at ruc
tion. The proposed alt la between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets. A com
mittee appointed at tb but luncheon
to mak an Inveatlgmtion will report
rh. tmnraltlnn at H. C Nielacn '1
establish a creamery in wis city ao
will be given consideration. Mr. ixiei
sen has had twenty-aix years eiper
lenc In th creamery buaineas and la
willing to establish a plant here If
assured he can obtain enough milk
to keep it In continuous operation and
that the grocers will handle bis pro
duct. The Live Wires will try to en
courage th dairy business In this
section In order to aid th creamery
Captain Hembre. owner of the
stem-wheel ateamer.Leooa, attended
the luncheon of the U' wires lasi
week and laid befor that organiza
tion a proposition to put his boat on
th local run. making two round-trip
daily. Captain Hembre says he win
cut the paaaeoger rate in two, ana
will reduce the freight tariffs on some
classes of merchandise.
The Leona was on the Portland
McMlnnville run last summer, and
Captain Hembre I authority for th
statement that the craft lost $2,000
for"hlm before" b finally pulled her
off th run and tied her up at Port
land, since which time she baa been
out of commission. Her owner aays
be carried nay ror uwu
McMlnnville to Portland, and mad
nmiH nn the hatiL after being com-
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I . i -i . . ea miiIi iin lrwkaffe.
Shortly after bla cran waa putceu
on in route, m
Company, he says, reduced th rat to
fl a ton. and was eveniuany cum
runut tr make a nro rats, reduction
In freight rates all along Its wwt
side line from Corvallls to Portland.
Captain Hembree recited this fact In
refutation of the statement that In the
past independent steamer lines hav
been driven off the Portland-Oregon
City run by the existing compan
ies, who have cut th rate down, to
eliminate competition, and then hav
boosted them up again to the former
THREE BALL TEAMS TO
HAVE NEW MANAGERS
NEW YORK. Nor. 6. (Special.)
Three American league teams, Chica
go. Washington and Cleveland, win
have new leaders next season. The
Chicago Whit Sox will be under the
laariarahln nf Jlmmv Callahan. Cal
lahan replaces Hugh Duffy, who will
take charge of the Milwaukee team
the American Association, at the
m nf Pomlskev'a team.
Tha Watihlncrton team will he man
aged by Foxy Clarke Griffith, who for
th past two seasons managed tne
Cincinnati team in the National
loamie McAleer. who formerly man
aged the Washington team. Is now
part owner or the uoston Kea box.
The rim-eland team and Its bunch
of highly praised players, will have
for their manager Harry Dtvls, twice
a member of the world's champions.
Davis replaces George Stovall, who
brought the Naps from sixth place to
third place in tne lu American
league pennant race. Stovall did
great work with the Cleveland team
and deserves more credit than he
has been given for hla work with
It Is 'said the New York Yankees
will dispose of Hal Chase as their
leader In 1912 and are after Harry
Wolverton, w ho led the Oakland (Coast
League club) last season.' It would
not be surprising to hear that Charles
Farrell would try and secure George
Stovall to manage his team next sea-
inn. . .
Whether McAleer will replace Patsy
Donovan with a new manager next
season has not been decided yet, but
It Is possible that th former Waah
lngton manager will take bis place on
the field as manager.
Bobby Wallac. who led the St.
Ix)uls team through the 1911 race, It
Is said, will b replaced by some oth
er' manager next season, but this Is
talk that has been floating around
for some tlm
Church Society to Entertain.
Members of the Christian Endeav
or Society of the Presbyterian church
will give a New England social to
morrow evening in the church parlors.
Justice Marries Ceupl.
nf ' tha Pmh Ramson of-
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I Dociett and-Etta Bernard.- Th cere-
mnnv waa tha ona hundred and twen
ty-fourth that Mr. Samson has per
formed at hla home.
patronic our aovertlsera.
lOGLEIf IE STOCK
IS RAISED TO $1
STOCKHOLDERS INSTRUCT MAN
AGER TO INVESTIGATE COST
' OF SMELTER.
THINK 15,000,000 LOCKED tN HE
John B. Falrclough Elctd Prssidant
And J. V. Hariaaa Vlc-Pral-dant
Rich Or To B .
. Assayed at One.
At a meeting of th stockholders
of the Ogle Mountain Mining Cons
pany held In this city Monday It was
decided to obtain Information regard
ing tb cost of a smelting plant, and
establish on In th discretion of The
board of directors. The stockholders
were enthusiastic '" prospsets. '
properly worked It should yield at
least t5.000.000. The following direc
tors were elected: T. B. Falrclough,
John B. Falrclough. J. V. Harless, .
S. Walker and John Scott Tb price
orlock was raised from fifty cents
to tt a knar.
After th meeting of tb stocknoio
ers the directors met In the office of
O. D. Eby and elected the following
officers: John B. Falrclough, presi
dent; J. V. Harless. vice-president and
w I Wilson, secretary-treasurer.
John B. Falrclough was also appoint
ed manager ana was aireciea 10 ob
tain inrormation regaruini: m kwi
of Installing a smelting plant H
tnairurted to take aamDles of th
or to various plants and learn what
system would be- best fa-1 install -at
tb Ogle Mountain mine, it is inougm
that the plant will coat about liuv.wiv.
The development of the mine baa
mnidlT. and exoerts have
declared that it ls one of the richest
In the northwest About J.000 shares
Af atnv wer snid at the meeting of
the stockholders, snd many of those
present said they would increase weir
holdings. Seventy-five stockholders
vara imtMii. (Ira tasen Irom u
main ledge baa assayed $167 a ton. -4
VETERAN B0SU1E TO
' Marlon Naught, one of the beat
known residents of the city died
Saturday night after an. illness of
about one month. The funeral, which
was in charge of Meade Poet Grand
Army of the Republic, was held Mon
day, afternoon at J o'clock from the
Holman undertaking parlors. The
pallbearers, all member of tha Grand
Army of tha Republic, wer O. A.
Harding. J. Doremus. J. J. Mallatt
W, W. Freeman. Q. W .Mldlam and
F. M. Clyde. The floral offerings were
beautiful. At the conclusion of the
services at the Mountain View ceme
tery. Edward McFarland sounded
taps, which concluded the Impressive
uirinn vaueht was born in Illin
ois. March 29. 1838, and came to Ore-
gqn In 1852 driving an ox team, ne
settled first in Polk county, where
he remained until he enlisted at Fort
Vancouver, being a member of the
Frst Oregon Regiment, no was
member of Company A. First Oregon
Regiment during the war.
tt tva fira nf the war Mr. Naught
came to this city and later went to
the Molalla country, settling on mu
Creek. He returned to Oregon City
fourteen years ago. making hi head
quarters at the store of G rce Young.
Mr Naught was married mre ui
and is survived by the following- chil
dren: Mrs. W. A. Kutch. or Milton.
Or.; John L. Naught, of lob Angeies;
Leonard Naught of Hatton, Wash.:
Frank F. Naught, of Blckelton. Wash.
One child died many years ago.
HEAR SUIT TO HALT
STREET WORK TODAY
The aDDllcatlOn of H. BJ. Cross to
enjoin the Oregon Engineering ft I
Construction Company from taking:
earth from in front ot his nroperty on
. . .Mat hotwenn Twelfth and i
Thirteenth streets, will be heard In
the circuit court today. Mr. Cross
opposes the Improvement of Four
teenth street at this time, and says u
it u tnna ha wanta tha earth tuat Is
taken from In front of his lota J.
W. Moffatt. president of tne Oregon
Engineering ft Construction Company,
which has been awarded the contract
for improving the street, says that
under th law his company can us
the earth tn making the grade on an
other part of the street The work
of Improving the street has been
LESTER FUGE ON TRIAL.
Young Man Accused By Grandmother
Declarea Hs la Innocent
The trial of Lester Fuge. twenty
three years of age, accused by hla
grandmother, Mrs. Christina Fuse,
seventy years of age, waa begun be
for Judge Campbell and a Jury In
the circuit court Monday. The de
fendant. Is represented . by J. - E.
itariirM 'and w A. Dlmlck la assist
ing In the prosecution. The defen
dant denies tne auegauuua ami ir
Clares that h will prov his Inno
cence. , "
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Pn Wine, 10 Cmrn
SPECIAL RATE OP 10 MADE PC
THIRTY DAYS TO INCREAS
ITS MEMBERSHIP. : C
Oroanlsatloni Has $635 In Trmtrf
And Neyr Was In Mors Proa-
peroua' Condition Big
Th Board of Governors of tha ,
Commercial Club, at a meeting Moav
day evening, decided npon'a plaa of
Increasing th membership. Tba club
waa never in a more prosperous caav ;
dltloo, but It la tha deslr to bsTa
as many members as possible, and It
u thJlt M increase Of 'at
least fifty can be obtained la ona '
month. Th treasurer's report show.
mA th ihAra was tfi3S In th treasurT. ;
It was decided to reduc tb member- -ship
fee from $25 to $10 for resldeatt
of th cUr and ..Irom-lllLia- $6 .laLi.
non-residents, provided twiity-flv or '
mora new members ar ootaineo.
. a commute waa appointed to la- ,;;
atiairt th COndltloa Of tb ClUD- -'
room a and suggest Improvements. It !
has been suggested thai in room
Ka sarirlVli mA and ehsnces mad. A '
rote of thanks waa tendered Char lea ;
Schram. proprietor of th uraavs . , ;
Tbeatr for stereoptlcon adTTtis
n.nta tianiavaii in his theatre, arc-
Ing bis patrons to boy from Oragoa
City firms. . - -
Tb club has many Important prop-
osltlons under consideration, and ft
has never accomplished more for tha
i. t.an It la believed Will b SO-
com pushed thla winter. Tha members ,
are entbusiastie over tb outlook aav ;
more Interest Is being taaen m vm
work than ever before.
A motion that tba Woman's Clop ;
and the Ros Society ba allowed to
meet in tha club rooma waa passed
by a unanimous vot. -.. ' ;i ; .
BUSIuESSIlQI OED J
The outlook Is favorable for thla
city having on of th finest orcbea- i
traa in the state. . About twenty-Bra
of the prospective members attended
the rehearsal, conauciea oj
fessor Sager. Monday night ,
and the results were satisfactory-
"v. The musicians ar taking -isfactory.
Th musicians ar taking
an active Interest in the work, and
Prof. Sager says there Is no doubt
that a fine band can b organized
here. Secretary Latourett. of the
Commercial Club, 'who several daya
ago ent caras to tne duium
urging them to subscribe $1 each to W
be used In organ iiing in "" ---that
the returns have been satisfac
tory and he urges those who hav not
contributed to do so as soon as. pos
sible. They are assured that they
will not b calld upon tor any more
contributions as the money collected -through
this cull will start the or
clestra, which Is expected to soon be
en a self-sustaining basis.
MRS. OSCAR MINOR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Minor enter
tained a few of their friends at their
home at 1010 Seventh , street Sat
urday evening. The hous waa pre,
tlly decorated with autumn leaves,
flowers and terns. Refreshments
were served. A delightful time was
bad In. games and vocal and Instru
mental music. Mrs. Miner, who
proved a delightful hostess., was as
sisted In entertaining by Mrs. .Chrls
tensen. - t" t-
Fillowlng wer present: ' Mr. and
Mn, Earl Smith. Mr. and tfr. Flory
aril baby, Mr. and Mrs. Horace-Minor,
Mrs. Martin Cbristensen ssu
anJ Mr Mlnor pd-baby.
NeU1) Mn0r, Miss Mifry tyellly,
Bertha Smith. Miss Nlni Mor-
i11 ... . i vtl.u. IMIth
ley. Miss Ida Morley. , Mls Edith
Mg. May Walker. Miss Maude
cw. ninnohs-d. Miss
Jennl Lacy. Floyd , Smith. Lesne
Smith. Dave Lee, Edward Inman. Jack
RIpp, Bert Morley, John Florey. y
MILL WORKER HURT. '
Jpaeph Hass, employed by the Ore
gon Manufacturing Company, was in
jured Monday afternoon by . being
struck by an elevator guard. His
bands were cut and the muscle of
hla back were wrenched. He was
attended by Drs, Carll ft Melssner.
HID. - " -
' If you would enjoy a good
Fools Head, the
AFTERNOON AND EVININO.