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VOL. LII-XO. 16,210.
PORTLAND, OKEGOX, riTURSDAY. - NOVEMBER 7. 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
RESULTS III DOUBT
FOUR FIGHT WAVES
TWO DAYS, RESCUED
FISHEHMEN'S HOPE GOVE AS
LI IF. CKKW APPEARS.
SHOES, 250 PAIR,.
MELLE. GEXIE SAYS THAT MUCH
EX-CHIEF OF STAFF WOULD
FOOTWEAR A NECESSITY.
"CHICK THOSE PELTS."
IN COUNTY WILSON
HOLDS SMALL LEAD
5E O S IP
Selling Is Overcoming
Lead Held by Lane.
GLCOTT AND MICKLE VICTORS
No Doubt in Race for Trio of
WILSON PLURALITY IS 7500
Still Element of Doubt as to Whether
Roosevelt or Taft Will Take Sec
ond Mwney, Though Colonel
Seems to Hare Shade Best.
Any lingering doubts that may have
existed of Woodrow Wilson's victory
In Oregon were removed yesterday by
the receipt of fuller returns from Mult
nomah County and the state at large.
but the figures still failed to give final
results on the Senatorial situation.
The contest for Senator Is conclu
sive only in being between Selling and
Lane. Bourne Is badly out of it.
Last night Selling showed a gradual
creeping up on his opponent, who,
theretofore had been in the lead, and
there Is a prospect that he will carry
the state, although it may require the
complete count to confirm his election.
Doubt In Some Offices.
The returns leave no room for doubt
as to any results on the state ticket
and Congressional ticket. Hawley, In
the First, Slnnott, In the Second, and
Lafferty. in the third, are well to the
good over their opponents.
Olcott Is elected Secretary of State;
Mickle, Dairy and Food Commissioner,
and Altchlson, Railroad Commissioner.
If present ratios be carried out. Wil
son will have a plurality over Roose-
velt of about 7500.
There is still an element of doubt as
to whether Roosevelt or Taft will win
second place, but the outlook seems to
favor Roosevelt. In the state outside
of the county Roosevelt and Taft totals
are. almost identical, but In Multnomah
County the returns Indicate a final lead
for Roosevelt over Taft of about 2000
JOSEPinXE IS FOR SCKFRAGE
Grants Pass District Goes Strong for
Bonrne Wets Also Win.
GRANTS PASS. Or.. Nov. 6. (Spe
rial. Thirteen precincts out of
outside of the city in Josephine County
and one precinct Inside of the city show
unofficial complete returns as follows
Taft 2S4. Wilson 259. Cliafin 3. Debs
lis. Kooseveit 137. Campbell 187. Haw
ley. 34S, Richards 15, Smith 2S0, Skill
man 29. Bourne 3M. Clark 109. Lan
2..S, Paget 22. Ramp 151. Sealing l!i
Kennedy 170. Ok-ott 357. Reddaway 20
Ryan 192. White 23. Bright 62. Eakin
196. Slater 241, Weaver 243, Barzee 1S5,
Dunbar 76. I.ea 258. Mirklo 374.
For prohibition outside of city. 471
aeainst prohibition 497. Three pre
lnrt are to be heard from. The pro
Jilhition Jfsu In the city is close and
ounfing will not be finished until late
tonight. The wets have carried the
ity by at least 50. Complete returns
in the Third ard In the city are pro
ninit'on 62. against prohibition 114.
Woman suffrage in Ward Three In
side city. 90 for; 73 against. Murphy
prennci ior woman s suffrage, 62
saalnxt 264 Tes. 59; 365 No. S8,
In Third Ward. Murphy precinct, 364
Irs. 2; 3fi., No, 70.
Single tax is overwhelmingly de
frated in this county. Incomplete re
turns indicate woman's suffrage car
ried two to one. Scattering returns Indi
cate nearly all other measures were de
r or State Senator A. C. Hough 301,
Jr. J. c Smith 523.
For Representative E. K. Blancbard
410. Ed By water 296.
For Prosecuting Attorney IL K.
Hanna 440, K. E. Kelley 308.
Rescue on Grays Harbor Most Hc-
rolc In History of Westport Sta
tion Victims Are Eamished.
ABERDKES, Wash.. Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) Devoid of hope of escaping
death In the riotous race of water
through the narrow entrance to Gray's
Harbor, four fishermen, whose smacks
were driven ashore on a spit near the
North jetty, two days ago, were rescued
yesterday through the heroic efforts
of the Westport life-saving crew.
The men rescuer are two brothers
by the name of Lunger, Ed Mahon and
Rasmussen, a well-known fisherman
The smacks, four In number, were
driven ashore during a severe storm
Monday night. When picked up two
of the rescued were unconscious. All
were taken away safely.
The trip across the entrance to the
harbor by the life-saving crew was
one of the most heroic things ever
attempted alons the coast. The waves
were high and, owing to the peculiar
condition that exists in the entrance
during a storm, the undertaking was
oartlcularlv dangerous. The crew
found the men worn out, fatigued, fam
Ished and utterly exhausted from thel
Roosevelt Likely to Be
Second in Race.
SENATE FIGHT STILL CLOSE
Selling Reduces Lane's Coun
but Bourne Is Near.
WORD ELECTED SHERIFF
CLATSOP GOES FOR SELLING
Vnofficial Returns From All Pre
cincts Show Safe Lead,
, ASTORIA. Or.. Nov. 6. (Special.)
Unofficial returns from all precincts In
laisop county give:
President Taft 706. Wilson 696
Chafin 47. Debs 444. Roosevelt 6S4.
Representative in Congress Camp
bell 395. Hawley 977. Smith 5i3.
mi ted states Senator Bourne 550,
Clark 262. Lane 592, Paget 77, Ramp
Secretary of state Kennedy 32S, Ol
cott 1042. Ryan 423.
Justice of Supreme
1233. Slater 456.
Dairy and Food
56S. Mickle 958.
Railroad Commissioner Altchlson
754. Anderson 3S7, Mahaffey 275, Serv
Initiative measures 300 Tes, 100J-
201 No. 745; 364 Yes. 573; S65 No'
S73; 366 Yes. 580; 367 No, 663.
Vote on other initiative measures not
obtainable until official count, as pre
cincts did not report on them.
The complete Republican Legislative
and county ticket with the exception
of Sheriff, was elected.
Those elected are: Representatives.
A. A. Anderson and L. O. Bland;
County Commissioner. John Frye; Sher
iff. J. V. Burns; County Clerk. J. C
Clinton; Treasurer. W. A. Sherman;
Surveyor, G. F. Parker; Assessor. F. P.
Irinenweber; Coroner. J. A. Gllbaugh;
Port of Astoria Commissioners. C. F.
Lester. G- B. McLeod and G. Wlngatet
WllySOV LEADS IX WOODBCRX
Equal Snffrnse, Single Tax and West
WOODBCRX, Or, Nov. 6. (Special.)
WAR PREDICTED IN ULSTER
London Express Takes Gloomy View
of Irish Home-Rule Struggle.
DUBLIN. Nov. . . (Special.) The
London Daily Express is sure that war
is coming In Ulster. In a recent edlto
rial It said: "With a light heart the
Ministers and their docile, mute and
well-paid supporters are steering
straight toward civil war In Ireland.
The House of Commons has been gag
ged successfully and debate on tin
home rule bill has been closured.
"When six and one-half hours are
allotted to debate on the complicated
and unwieldy finance of the bill, when
the responsibility of the British tax
payer for an extra annual dole to Ire
land of $10,000,000 a year is to be
rushed through the Commons at this
rate, how can the Ministers pretend
that their bill will enjoy the ordinary
sanction of lawmaking under a con
"All of Mr. Asquith's precedents and
excuses are as worthless as the paper
safeguards by which the placatlon of
I'lster was attempted. His own act
has destroyed the constitution to serve
the mean ends of office grubbing. In
other lays thu House of Lords stood
as a bulwark against unauthorized in
vasion of the people's privilege by
Ministers In office. The second cham
ber could then force an appeal to the
country in doubtful cases. That power
has been taken away by the Parlia
ment act and we are living under i
single chamber system.
"The petty powers of delay which the
Lords can still exercise will be ex
hausted before this government has
run its wild course, and home rule can
be riveted on Ulster's neck without the
authority of the people's consent. In
these circumstances the Commons is
the sole repository of free debate. To
gag the Commons is to establish the
Cabinet as a second star rhamber.
That Is what has happened. The paid
member on toe government benches Is
dumb. He is an instrument which rat
Ifles the Cabinet's decree, a cash regis
ter of legislation. The people have
no longer a voice In their own affairs.
King Asquith, with "my" government
Is supreme. And the end is civil war
In Ireland, for Ulster will not obey a
law thus made. The government has
had ample warning both from foe and
from friend. They have chosen the
path of tyranny. Let them perish in
This kind of rotomontade Is not in
fluencing the question, but It is creat
ing a lot of hard feeling in Ireland
which may be heard from later on.
CLUB TROUBLES IN COURT
Aspirant for Yachting Honors
Charges Officer With Assault.
Troubles in the exclusive membershl
of the Oregon Yacht Club and its sub
sidiary colony of house-boaters reachei
the Municipal Court yesterday in th
form of a prosecution of L. V. Wood
ard, a member of the board of directors,
by it-tor Farnell. a young attorney
on a charge of assault and battery.
rarnell had aspirations to become
member of the club, and anticipated his
unquestioned election by making ar
rangements to buy a houseboat and
move in. His assurance was dlspleas
ng to the members of the club, who
called a meeting of the board of dlreC'
tors and summoned him. What hap
pened beyond that point is In dispute.
Farnell says ne was ordered to leave
forthwith, and when he showed defl
ance, was ejected bodily. The defend
nt and his fellow directors say that
Farnell was given 24 hours and when
e refused to accept notice, was piloted
Sently, but firmly, from the premises.
The court reserved decision until today.
Lead of 00 Over Fitzgerald Con
tinues to Grow TazweJl Takes
Advance in Close Contest.
Wagnon Is Overwhelmed.
Complete unofficial returns from 125
of 193 precincts indicate that "Wilson
has carried Multnomah County by
small plurality. Wilsons lead over
Roosevelt may reach 1000. Taft retains
third place with slight chance of dis
placing Roosevelt for second place. The
returns on which these estimates are
made consist of 90 complete precincts
and 35 Incomplete precincts.
The count so far as completed is re
ducing the lead of Lane, as it was indi
cated by the earlier and more meager
returns early Wednesday morning.
Selling Is running neck and neck with
Lane and Bourne and the result will
be very close.
Lafferty has been elected with a vote
that nearly equals that of McCusker
and Munly combined.
Word's Flection "Voir Certnln.
There no longer is any doubt as to
the result of the contest for Sheriff.
Tom Word has a lead of 900 over Fitz
gerald and the completed count will
probably Increase his plurality, if the
remainder of the vote maintains the
ratio of the counted portion.
Henry E. Reed has defeated H. D.
Wagnon for County Assessor and the
completed count may give the Repub
lican nominee a' plurality of 7500. The
first returns gave promise of possibly
close -contest for this office but the
later returns have continued to add to
As the count progresses the lead1 of
County Commissioner LIghtner over
Pease Increases. He will have a plural
ity of probably 5000.
Tain ell Leads for J ml ire.
Late yesterday afternoon Tazwell
took the lead over Davis for Circuit
Judge. Department No. 4. Interest In
this contest is second only to the Sena
torial fight and may not be decided
until the count is completed. The com
plete returns from 90. precincts and 35
Dainty Actress Marvels That She
Should Be Questioned on Arrival
From Europe and Explains.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. (Special.) If
two pairs of shoes are considered a lux
ury by an ordinary girl, what would
you consider 250 pairs?
But Mile. Genee, the dainty little
danseuse, who returned today on the
Kronprinz Wilhelm to duplicate her
successes of recent years, calls the pos
session of 250 pairs of shoes a matte
of mere necessity.
"I never carry less," she said, "and
use pretty nearly every pair during
the course of a week. Sometimes
change as often as three and four
tomes a night and on some occasions
oftener. They are especially made for
me by bootmakers in all sections of
Europe. Sometimes I neer wear the
same pair twice and often I wear one
pair out in one night"
The shoes are of various designs and
makes, high-heeled, stuffed-toed, flat
heeled and with the latest Improve
ments in springed heels for dancing.
KING LIVES ECONOMICALLY
Head of Montenegro Gets Only $C2,
SOO ft Year and Saxes Some.
PARIS, Nov. . (Special.) Some in
teresting details of the private life of
the most-talked-of King In Europe are
given by a Frenchman who has lived
or several years at Cettlnje.
T should think," he said, "that Fetro-
vitch Njogos, or King Nicholas of
Montenegro, Is one of the few crowded
heads with a small civil list who has
not run into debt for his private ex
penses. King Nicholas gets about $22,
00 a year, lss than the income of an
English Cabinet Minister, and he has
practically no private means. He lives
in a small two-story house, which has
not even a garden. There is nothing
o distinguish It from the other houses
n the street but the sentry-box at the
The furniture Is French. It was
sent many years ago from Paris, and
much of it looks as though it belonged
o the King's student days. King
Nicholas Is patriotically economical. A
couple of years ago an Austrian firm
offered to put electric light in the pf.Y
ace. The cost was estimated at $2000.
When the King saw the estimate and
had glanced at the total, he laughed
and gave It back.
Four hundred pounds," he said, 'I
can get two machine guns for that,
and the palace is still lit with candles."
N BARREL MAN GOES HOME
Aberdeen Bull Mooser Pays Election
Bet on Koosevelt.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) Election bet No. 1. was paid by a
popular young man of Aberdeen last
ight when he became convinced that
the redoubtable "Teddy" had lost and
Wilson had been elected.
The young- admirer of the noted Bull
Moose candidate had wagered on the
lection. If he lost he had to go
home In a barrel, clad in the "alto
gether." In the presence of a large
crowd he quietly disrobed, stepped into
he barrel and started for his home on
Vote of Southeastern
PLURALITY REACHE $4000
Borah's Popularity Shown
ROOSEVELT IS THIRD MAN
Martin, Roosevelt Progressive Can'
didate for Governor, Carries Ada,
Home County of Both Hawley
and Haines, Opponents.
BOISE, Ida., Nov. 6. (Special.) Gov
ernor Hawley, Democrat, tonight con
ceded his defeat by John A. Haines, Re
publican, after the late returns had
eliminated G. H. Martin, Roosevelt
Progressive, from the race. Haines
probably will have a plurality of 4000,
Returns so far tabulated from 166
precincts in all parts of the statcglve
Taft 13,720, Wilson 11,762 and Roose
velt 6532. Debs had a large vote in
some sections and carried several pre
Mncts in the north.
Hawley, for re-election, had 11,395
in the face of the returns and Haines
has 13.388. Martin, third, with 4905.
Borah's Popularity BI&- Aid.
Republican legislative candidates
ran ahead of their tickets in many
counties and it is conceded that the
popularity of Senator Borahv who is up
for re-election, contributed to. this.
Haines", election was given to him by
the Southeastern Idaho Mormon count
ties, for he failed to carry any other
county in the state outside of that ter
ritory. Fremont, Bonneville, Bingham,
Bear Lake, Bannock, Cassia and Oneida
Counties rolled up big majorities for
Although the state Is claimed for
Taft, the returns are as yet Incomplete
and show that Taft ran behind Haines
in the southeast and lost many other
counties. Including Ada, Canyon and
Lincoln in the south, as well as a num-
er of counties In the north. Roose-
vent carried Ada, Canyon and Lincoln
nd a few northern counties, while Wil
son took the rest.
Martin carried Ada, the home county
of both Haines and Hawley, by 1499
over Haines and 986 over Hawley. The
only other county In the southern part
the state in which Martin showed
strength was Canyon, which he carried
by 1623 over Haines and 1038 over Haw
ley. Martin failed to carry northern
CANDIDATE GAME TO LAST
Los Angeles ex-Ball Player Dies Cer
tain He Would Win Race.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. . Confident to
he last that he would be elected, J.
Scott Allen. Democratic candidate for
he Twenty-sixth Assembly District in
his city, died yesterday of stomach
rouble, according to notices of his
eath published today. Returns to
night Indicated that his Republican, op
ponent had carried the district.
Mr. Allen, who was 41 years old. was
connected several years ago with the
ancouver and Seattle clubs of the
iComlnued on Pag J2.)
NANCY R. KINCAID PASSES
Mother of Former Secretary of State
Dies at 9 7.
EUGENE, Or.. Nov. 6. (Special.)
Nancy Riddle Kincald, mother of ex
Secretary of State Harrison R. Kincald,
died here Monday evening, aged 97
She was a pioneer of 1853.
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Wilson to Be Told White Honse Is
No Place for Stuffed Animals
and Trophies of Chae. '
NEW YORK. Nov. 6. (Special.)
General Miles, formerly Chief of Staff
of the United States Army, was see
busily hustling around Democratic
headquarters today. -
"I am here to Implore Wilson to in
stltute a reform much needed at th
White House," he said solemnly.
"What . is that. General?" asked
"The first thing to be done Is to
chuck those pelts and stuffed animal
out of the White House," declared th
It was presumed the General referred
to certain trophies of African game
trails brought back by a faunal
naturalist, who has retired to private
life on two or three occasions the most
recent being yesterday.
AFRICA SUFFERS DROUTH
Country In Vicinity of Johannesburg
Sees Xo Relief Ahead,
JOHANNESBURG. Nov. t . (Special.)
The exceptional drouth by which
large part of the country was afflicted
last year is being repeated during the
present year over a wide extent, the
average precipitation being at least
five Inches less than the normal. The
Bhortage of water is being left with
especial severity' on the Rand, where
not only Inconvenience, but actual dis
tress is being suffered through the
failure of the supply. Snecial meet
Ings of the Town Council have been
held to consider the matter and denu
tations have proceeded to Pretoria to
lay the facts of the case before the
members of the government and the
Administrator, but all without avail.
The supply Is steadily diminishing
roads and gardens are being ruined and
the mines are threatened with a fur.
ther diminution of their sunnlv. which
has already been reduced by 16 per
The water service of the mines and
townships along the reef has for near
ly ten years past been intrusted to a
statutdry board. The area of supply Is
ie-c . . . . ,
nquiiie mixes ana contains a popu
latlon of more than 500.000 souls.
wnereor aoout two-thirds are Euro
peans and-the remainder natives. There
is probably no other district in the em
pire of the size and importance of the
Wltwatersrand which depends practi
cally altogether on dolomite under
ground water supplies and the pre
cariousness of the position has been
recognized for many years. The mines
have been taking an ever-increasing
percentage of the available suddIv in
each year since the war and their re-
ulrements, even in normal times, can
not be fully satisfied.
A year ago the normal suonlv was
stated to be 11,000,000 gallons daily
annougn it Had then fallen to under
,000.000). while extended work at
Zuurbekoni and the installation of a
temporary pumping nlant at Snrlnsra
Mines was expected to bring it up by
September of this year to 14.000,000.
This expectation has not been realized
and the actual iunnly at the nresont
me does not exceed 7.500.000. whereof
about three-fifths (in addition to 16.
000,000 of non-potable water drawn
from dams and from the mines them
selves) is required for the services of
tno mines. The present shortage has
been accentuated not only by pro-
lungeu arouin, Dut ty failure of pump.
rancnincry ana tne situation has
Doubtful States Lean
PENNSYLVANIA IS COLONESL
Count Will Not Be Completed
for Several Days.
DAY HAS ITS SURPRISES
Illinois Gives Roosevelt Managers
Scare Temporarily Wilson Has
Better of Situation in Min
nesota and Iowa
thus become exceedingly acute.
DRY FIGHT TO CONTINUE
Vancouver Anti-Liquor Forces, De
feated Tuesday, Reorganize.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 6. (Spe
cial.) The dyr forces, after their de
feat I nthe election and primaries in
Vancouver yesterday, held a caucus
and nominated an Independent ticket
for the city election to be held Decem
ber 5. The organizers of the party met
in the First Methodist Church, of which
Rev. J..M. Canse is pastor. The names
of the ticket is "Citizens' Ticket."
Rev. R. G. Summerlin, pastor of the
United Brethren Church here. was
elected prseident, anil D. W. Kimball.
secretary. The political principle of
the new ticket will be "For better en
forcement of the law."
The candidates nominated are:
Mayor, ur. 1. w. Arnold; Councllmen
I. W. Bowman, W. F. Sorber, Charles
Sorber, Dr. A. A. Pompe: City Clerk,
ucar jvicxsriae, jonn Ji. Norelius; City
Aiiqrney, james u. .HIalr.
aim uiji i-auuiuaie, i. n;, Allen, was
defeated by Dr. Charles S. Irwin for
Mayor yesterday by 429 votes.
LENTS COMES INTO CITY
Portland's Population Increased
8000 Better Service Expected.
By the small margin of 23 votes, the
annexation of Lents to the City of
Portland was caried at the election
Tuesday. Approximately 1000 ballots
The district added to the city com
prises a territory of about two miles
square and contains a population of be
tween 8000 and 10,000. Supporters of
annexation made their campaign on the
ground that the district will be pro
vided with cheaper Insurance and water
rates, better Are and police protection
and better telephone and electric line
service. The fact that the handsome
school . building at Lents was built by
the Portland School Board also entered
favorably into the question of annexa
tion. Two years ago the annexation
Issue was defeated by a small majority.
ACTOR NUTT0N PROBATION
Englishman's Mentality Questioned
by ' Immigration Officials.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. (Special.)
Willie Nutt, the English actor, who
was detained on Ellis Island a week
ago on the grounds that he might be
come a public . charge through his
weak mentality, was released today on
an order of Secretary Nagle. By the
Secretary's order he will be allowed
to remain in this country six months
under baa- . I
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. Only the tin-
certainty of a few close states, whose
electoral vote In no way can affect the
election of Wilson and Marshall, spec
ulation over the popular vote of the
three Presidential candidates and the
complexion of Legislatures that will
nume United States Senators held in
terest today In the final returns of yes
terday's general electlou.
The total of the Republican electoral
column apparently was fixed with the
eight votes of Utah and Vermont, but
th footing of the Wilson and Roose
velt columns flickered alternately dur
ing the day and night, as late returns
from Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota. South
Dakota and Wyoming gave indications
of changing results accepted last nlgiiu
Six States Doubtful.
On the basis of the latest returns
early in the evening, with the vote of
Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Suutu
Dakota and Wyoming placed In the
doubtful" column. President-elect Wil-.
son had 399 certain votes In the elec
toral college, Roosevelt S9 and Taft 8.
All of the doubtful states except
South Dakota gave more or less cer
tain Indications during the night of
landing in the list of Wilson electoral
otes. South Dakota's returns showed
general trend toward Roosevelt.
Estimates of the popular vote polled
by Governor Wilson ranged through
many millions during the day. It was
found impossible to compute with ac
curacy the popular vote of any of the
Presidential candidates and it will be
several days before the counting of the
three-cornered contest In the different
states is concluded.
Populnr Vote Estimates Vary.
Assertions were made today from
everal quarters where an effort had
been made to gather preliminary popu
lar vote figures that Governor Wilson
had not secured a majority of the votes
cast throughout the country. Estimates
range from a small majority of all
votes to figures nearly 1,000,000 below
a majority. The popular votes, how
ever, would in no way affect his elec-
tion, or his completo control of the
There were many surprises through
out the day and night. Early In the
day New Hampshire, first credited to
Taft, went into the Wilson column with
a majority of about 1500 for the Demo
cratic candidate. Returns from Idaho,
which came in scattering form early
In the day, favored Wilson so strongly
as to create the belief that It would
give him his electoral vote, but later
returns made It doubtful.
The Roosevelt forces, watching the
returns hourly, as they cams from Illi
nois, suffered a scare as the down-state
Democratic districts reduced Colonel
Roosevelt's plqrality from Cook County
until It promised to disappear. Late in
the day a complete report from Cook
County again swelled the Roosevelt
majority In the state and seemingly
made certain the control of Illinois' 29
votes by the Progressive candidate.
Kansas, which had been conceded to
(Concluded on Pape .1.)
FIK STATES V7T IX DOUBT WII.SOX
11AS 399 VOTES IX Hid COLL MX.
New Hampshire ,
New Jersey ....
New Mexico ...
North Carolina .
North Dakota . .
South Carolina .,
South Dakota .. .
3 . . .
211 . . .
13'. . .
an . . .
!. . .
5 . ..
an . ..
9 . . .
20 . . .
8 . .
3 . .
45 . .
12 . .
30 . .
Totals :53li. --!-USi 8a 47
Kecusarr to choice, 200.