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THE MORNING ASTORUN.-FRIDAY. AUGUST 59. l!K3
litIRS COME TO Tf RMS
kixativks of. m ltd. pair
NOT TO KNTKK COI KT.
',.,. . . , , , ,.
Sun. of JMKMHK Paid to Her
Ktiifolks Sisters ltewivn
BAN KKANCl.SCO, Aug. 2S.-AI-though
the heirs of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Charles fair have reached an
agreement, it will be six months or a
year before all the legal arrangements
can be perfected. The wills left by(
the decendents will be filed in the near
future for probate. Then executors
will have to be appointed and there
are a number of minor heirs whose
Interests will have'to be looked after.
There will be no contest, however,
over the estate, as the Fair children,
Mrs. Hannah A. Nelson, Abraham
Kelson, Charles Smith, and the oth
er heirs, desire to avoid all litigation.
All the terma of the adjustment will
not be made public, but the attorneys
tate that the relatives of Mrs. Fair
will receive the full value of her es- ' cablegram savs the mountains and
. . . . . rivers and other streams were greatly
tate, which has been estimated at ' , . . . .
disturbed and great damage was done.
1300.000. None of those Interested will I Thlj , ,he flrM jous outbreak re
admit that they are to be given a ported during the American occupation
lump sum In cash. The document by i of the Fhilipnines, The most import
whlch the Nelsons relinquish all claim j ant previous seismic distubance in
on the estate of Charles Fair is In the j Mindanao was the one that partly de
form of a quit claim, the considera- j stroyed Palak, Colabatu and the vil
tlon for which is stated to be $10 In : las in the banks of the River Mind
gold coin. By It Mrs. Nelson and her ! anao In 1ST2. This phenomenon close
two sons convey to Mrs. Oelrlch and j ly followed the eruption of a volcano.
Mrs. Vaaderbllt all their rights, title
and interest In 99 different pieces of
Fair estate property In this city and
county, together with 13 in San Ma
teo county, sis in Napa, four In Tolo
and some holdings In Calaveras
This settlement will not affect the
application of Public administrator
Frham to secure administration of j
thet wills, which is being opposed by
the heirs. v
HALF MILLION THE SUM.
1500.000 Said to Have Been Paid to
Mr Fair's Relatives.
CHICAGO, Aug. 28.-A special to
the Record-Herald from San Francis
There will be no contest over the
etste nf !thr Chnrle. TTjilr nr hin
wife by Mrs. Fair's relatives. Mrs.
Harriet E. Nelson, mother of Mrs.
Fair, on behalf of herself and her
children, has relinquished for a sum
in cash all the claims to the estates
of Fair or his wife. The attorneys in
terested would not disclose the amount 1
paid, but it is said to be (500.000.
By the terms of the compact the
estate of Charles L. Fair goes entirely
to hi relatives, Mrs. Herman Oelrlchs
and Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., who
will also, receive all Mrs. Fair's prop
erty. The only possibility of any fu
ture trouble lies in the discovery of a
late will of Charles Fair, leaving
property to others than his 'kinfolk
and his wife. That such a will exists
or did exist at one time is stated In
positive terms by several of Fair's
friends who find they have received
no part of his millions.
Mr VelAn tifln fltinmmfe htr in
tention of making her home in Cali
fornia. Her sons, Charles J. Smith,
of Boulder, Colo., and Abraham O.
Nelson, of New Market N. J., will re
main here for some time.
TERKES NEW TRANSIT LINE.
Will Be Running Under London With
in Eighteen Months.
NEW YORK, Aug. 28.-Charles T.
Yerkes, who has returned from London
after an absence of nearly eight
months, said regarding the transpor
tation line now being constructed in
London by American capitalists:
"In 18 months we expect to have
our lines running. Last year we did
not get very far advanced, but a new
company with a capital of $25,000,000
has absorbed the old company, which
was capitalised M $1,000,000 also
obtained four different franchises
Do not always receive the sympathy
they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely
imaginary, or natural and unavoidable 'at their time of
life. Disease and infirmity should
ateu wun om age. ine eye oi uie gray nairea granusire
may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of
his younger and more vigorous companions.
Good Blood is the secret of healthy old age, Tor it regulates
and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the
muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm; but when
this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain
ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting
in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly
shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome
growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost
constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.
ailments disappear. S. S. ,S. is just such a tonic as old people need to
improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach. If there is any heredi
tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early life, S. S. S.
will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system.
Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help
you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
and skis diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta. Ga.
which already had passed through par
liament Then four lines, together
with the Metropolitan District rail
road, the present underground railway
scheme of London comprise our-sys
"When completed, our lines will (to
In an oral under the heart ot the City
of London and thes different lines
i will connect with this oval. This
I mftk. thpough through .he
j mouth ot the Thames at the sea with
j the town of Richmond, SO miles away.
I When Mulshed there will be 66 mllos
of double track to connect with other
I lines 40 miies In length, all elevtrlcal
! ly equipped and the majority of the
: distance being run through sub-ways
j practically the same as the one- now
i under construction in New York.
EAUTHQl'AKE IN' MINDANAO.
'Twenty Natives Are Killed -Much
j Damage to American Property.
! WASHINGTON, Aug. 2S.-The
' war department yesterday received a
j cablegram from General Chaffee, at
! Manila. reixrting the occurrence of
( series of earthquakes on the Island of
Mindanao, Twenty peop'e were killed
by falling walls, the victims all be
; Ins Moroa. The upheaval occurred In
j the country adjacent to Lake Lanao.
j In the Moro section of the island, near
j Camp Vickers. which is now the head
quarters of the American forces sta-
tioned In Mindanao. General Chaffee's
RAINS SAVE SOUTHERN
PART OF CALIFORNIA.
Abundant Downfall Prevents Country
From Becoming a Barren
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2S.-Tlmely
and abundant rains, the first for three
I years, have saved the southern end
i of the territory of Lower California
from becoming a barren waste. J. W.
i C. Maxwell, who has arrived from the
i Mexican coast pn the steamer Cura
' cao. reports that up to the time t
j steamer left Cape an Lucsa, at the
j very extremity of the peninsula, over
six inches of rain had fallen during
the last few weeks. The creeks" and
arroyos were full and many canyons
which had been like furnaces lor many
months had running streams. Early
this year there was a large exodus of
people from the barren district only
the men remaining In order to guard
their ranches, in the hope the rain
would fall and prevent a total loss of
,neir maU holding.
S FRECKLES IN NEW SCHEME.
Incorporates a $6,000,000 Sugar Refin
MONTREAL, August 2S.-Claus
Spreckels, president of the Federal
Sugar Refining Company, and his
counsel, has arrived here, tyt is un
derstood they contemplate the organ
ization of a Canadian company with a
capital of $6,000,000. Beyond the fact
that papers for the Incorporation were
! signed and forwarded to Ottawa, noth
ing could be learned.
CANADIAN ROAD WILL NOT
EXTEND TO UNITED STATES
MONTREAL, Aug. 28. When afked
concerning the reoited purchase of
the Clover Leaf Lines, Charles M.
Hays, second vice-president and gen
eral manager of the Grand Trunk,
"There is nothing whatever In the
story. We have no present desire to
extend our lines in the United States."
KING OF ITALY IN GERMANY.
BERLIN, Aug. 28. The entry of
King Victor Emanuel Into the city
today and his drive through Unter Den
Linden, was advanced a half hour
from the published time, as a precau
tion against any possible disorder. He
was greeted by great crowds of cheer
and attention which1
not always be associ-J?
. S. S. S. being purely vegetable, is tlie saiest ana
best blood puriOer for old people. It does not shock
or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies,
but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily
ASTORIA FUIILT SUFFER
FROM PTOMAIN POISONING
Axel Carlson, his wife and four
children, were taken very seriously 111
lust evening with ptomaln poisoning,
and but tor the Immediate arrival of
Dr. Fates would perhaps today be
numbered with the dead. Mrs, Carl
son had prepared some salmon and
nlaced It In glass Jass and last evening
served it to her family for supper.
The children were taken seriously 111
a very short time afterwards, and
then the father and mother were ef-
fected In the same way. After work
ing faithfully with the patients, the
doctor at an early hour this mornlg
pronounced them out of danger.
Claims to Be E. W. Bell ,of Ohio, but
Police Deny Story.
CHICAGO. Aug. 2S. A man said to
! resemble William Bartholin was ar
rested at Indiana Harbor, a small
town two miles southeast of Whiting,
Ind.. late last nleht.
The suspect, it Is said, wore a badge
Issued by a lodge of which Bartholin
was a member. The prisoner claims
to be E. W. Bell of I'pper Sandusky.
O., and referred to several persons In
Chicago who he said could readily tes
tify as to his identity.
SOLDIERS ORDERED TO
Sheriff Unable to Battle With the
CHARLESTON, W. Va Aug. 28,
Governor White has ordered the Sec
ond regiment of the West Virginia
natalonal guard to the New River
district. The cause for the action Is
the appeal of Sheriff Daniel of Fay-'
ette county for assistance on the
ground that he was powerless to pro
tect life and property.
NUT-BEARER THE WINNER.
PROVIDENCE. R. I.. Aug. 28,-Rog-er
Williams. tlO.OOO stake, postponed
from yesterday, was won by Nut
Bearer, who took the fifth, seventh
and eighth heats.
ONE CENT LETTER POSTAGfi.
The bill providing for one cent post
age instead of two, on all first-class
mall matter will not become a law,
because of the Ihs of n.-venue to the
government would be too great. It la
good policy to guard against losses of
any kind, but especially against the
less of your heaitii. For thia purp-ise
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters should be
taken, because it will strengthen the
stomach perfect the digestion and keep
the bowels open, thus protecting you
from all sickness. If, however, you
have lost your health and suffer from
headache, indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation or biliousness, you need the
Bitters at once, because It is a spe
cific remedy for these ailments, and
will cure you. Try a bottl and see
CONVENT OF THE HOLY NAMES.
The Convent of the Holy Names,
boarding and day school for young
ladles reopens Tuesday, September
2d. Thorough scientific grammar and
primary courses, commercial course,
physical culture and music. Instruc
tions In plain sewing and physical
culture ifiven gratis to attending pu
pils. Should the number Justify, Miss
Ethel Webb, of the Toronto School of
Oratory, will organize an elocution
class here, and also give private les
sons to those who are desirous of re
ceiving instructions in thia art Ap
nlkations chould be made before the
15th of September.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
A meeting of the bridge builders of
Astoria will be held In Labor hall at
o'clock shur.i on Saturday evening,
August 30, for the purpose of forming
a union. Every one engaged In the
trade Is requefted to be present.
N. CLINTON. PR.. Chairman.
Fisher's Opera House
It. E. Selig. Lessee ami lBgi.
UNK WKEK COMMENCING
Monday, August 26
And a Select Company, in Iligh
ClatR llppertoire, m Follows:
Tl'FlAY-Hif: Sensational Comedy
WEDNESDAY -The Sweet Story of
THURSDAY-Tlie (ireat Melodrama
I KIIMY- The Great American Day
SATURDAY-The Celebrated Comedy
"A Noble Outcast"
Popular Iritcn: 10 20, 30 ceuts
8eat sale opens Saturday morning at
Griffin 4 lieed'i.
CUTICTJRA SOAP, to cleanse th tktn
f crnstt and ictlei and tofttn the thick
toed cuticle, CDTICDRA OINTMENT,
to Instantly allay itching, inflamma
tion, and Irritation, and tooth and heal,
and CUTICTJtU RESOLVENT PUIS,
to cool and clean th blood. A SINGLE
SET of theM groat tkin eurativtt t
oftia ouf f icient to enra th most tortur
ing, disfiguring, itching, horning, bleed
lng, cnuttd, scaly, and pimply skin,
scalp, and blood humour, with lost of
bair, vhtn all tlx (all.
Millions of People
t'i Cirrmnu 8or, awUted by Citicvea
Oixtmuit, fur treerTtntf, urifylog, ud
bMaUfyinf th iklD, for detuning th Klp
of cruiu, tcale. and dandruff, and the tup
ping ot falling hair, for tvftrnlng, whitening, .
and 100111108 rd, rough, and m hand, (or
babjr mttet, Itching, and chndngn, ud (or
all Uie purpoM ot th toilet, bath, nd nur.
try. Mllllontof WomcniiMCUTtU'RASOAf1
ln tb (arm ot bath (or annoying Irritation,
In flam rcuulonv and excoriation, or too fro
or odenalT penplratlon, la th form ot
waahe (or uloeratlr weaknemei, and (or
many aaoattT, antiaeptta purpotes watch
readily uggst Ifaenuelve to women.
Ctmocaa Riboltkxt Pilu (Cfcocolat
Coat.!) are a new, taateleat, odorltwa, o
Botuloalnitwtitaas for th tvlabrated liquid'
Citici A RaoLri.iT,a well a (or all other
blood puriBeraand humoureurt. 1 n acrew
cap rial, containing W doaea, price 2Sc
sM lanatheiH Ux vcrM. o,r M, Oirraan
tb . P!UJ . Brtli-h IMiMti tr-fl, (-tiarttrtMMiM q,
loafea. rnatk IMfoii Km dt la Pli. l-wu. ru
tsa Oaca a Caaa. cW, tan rrt, u. t, a.
Opening day. August IS, of the Knox
world renowned, fall and winter hat.
at C. H. Cooper".
Bicycle repairing with iklil and
promptnea. Suppllee In stock; work
guaranteed. Reliance Electrical Work
421 Bond St.
Ice cream, guarantees pure, delivered
to any part of the city. 15 cents a pint.
Ice cream soda. Beat freah candle.
Private room. Parlor Candy Store,
433 Commercial street.
Rocflyn coal laatt longer, la cleaner
and makes less trouble with stove
and chimney flue) than arfy other coal
on the market. George Vf. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311.
Soms late designs In the ever popular
Morris chairs Just received from the
manufacturers. Call early und make
your choice while there are many to
select Iro n. Chas. Heilborn & Son.
Plumbing, tinning, gas and steam
fitting at lowest rates and In workman-like
manner. Orders promptly
executed. Shop, No. 425, Bond street.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY.
All smokers smoke the "Pride of
Astoria" cigars. No bettter made.
Manufactured by MacFarlane & Kno
bet. Tou will have to hurry. Have that
old stiff or oft hat cleaned, blocked or
dyed and retrlmmed. We will move
on September 1st Astoria Hat Co.,
464 Commercial ttret.
Df. T. Ii. Ball
624 Commercial Street Aatoria, Or.
NOTICB FOB PUBLICATION.
United State Land Office, at Oregon
City, Oregon, Aug. 4, 1902:
Notice Is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In th-3 States of Calfornta, Oregon,
Nevada and Washlng'-on Territory,"
as extended to a'l the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1S92,
JOHN A. McDONELL,
of Mullen, County of Shoshone, State
of Idaho, has this day filed In this of
fice his sworn statement No. 68(0. for
the purchase of the BE quarter of
section 33, In township No. B north,
range No. S west, and will offer proof
to show that the land sought Is more
valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before
the register and receiver of this office
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Monday,
the 20th day of October, 1902.
He names as witnesses: James T.
Burke, of Seaside, Oregon; B. J. Burke,
of Seaside, Oregon; James B. Short,
of Mullen, Idaho; M. Armstrong, of
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before suid 20th day of
CHAS. B. M(JOKE8,
Th greatest M to DIGESTION.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS, .
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Suj'iilit of nil kiinls at lowest rutin, for IMiemieii,
Farmer niuI lingers.
A. V. ALLBM Tenth and t..imcrdnl Streets
Finest Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, '25 rents,
PfllfiPP uiulay Dinner it Speeinlty.
I UlUllv Kvcrytliinjj the market nfforik
commcrcm st PalaccCatcrlngCompanv
UNIVERSITY of OREGON
The first Semester, Seaalon 190J-19OJ, open Wednaaday, Sep
tember 17th. The following school and colleges ar compris
ed In the university. Graduate school College of Utera'.ur.
Science and Art College of Bclono and Bngtneorlng Cnti
slty Academy-School of Music School of Modlctne School of
lAt. Aiiltloa free, excepting ht sehoolt of Law. Medicine and
Music. (Incidental fee, $10; Student body tat, $3.60 pr year.)
Cost of living, from f 100 to $.H)0 per year. For catalogue ad
dress Registrar of the t'nleerslty, Eugene, Oregon.
University school of Music Irvlnf M. Qlen, A. M. dean. Pi
ano,, Mrs. Hose Mldgely llollenbeck Josffy, Coratowakt,
Schwarenska). Piano. Mr. Arthur Louis Fraser, (flv year
with W. Q. Niinh). Voice. Ml Eva Btlnson. (King Conser
vatory Trebelll Music School.) Violin. Mrs. John U Pipes,
(Snltmer Splerlng.) Theory. Mist Kva Stlnson. Uttt nose
Midgley Ilollenbeck. Terms furnished on application to the
Kl'GKNK, v : - I , , i OKKUON.
We are prepared to mat thaaa oa
short notice and of th beat matarlala.
Let us giv you estimates oa any kind
of castings or patttm work. Lowest
prices for first-clas work.
TELEPHONE NO 2451.
PACIFIC COAST C0MPAIWI
For Steamer, Commercial and Family Use
Orders Promptly Executed . .
DOCK FOOT OF SEVENTH ST
Samuel Elmore & Co., Agts.
FOUNDED A. L. I7IO
SUN INSURANCE OFFICE
THE OLDEST PURELY FIRK OFFICE IN THE WORLD.
CMh Aiaela . - fis.soo.ooo
Caah Aaaatat In United nta)t, a.OtO.ojg
C A. HENRY & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
215 Saosome Street Sao Praoclsco, Cal.
The Only Plrat-CIa Hotel In Portland
WaiftiR Raker, Blarlnnili and HnrMnlioer
FIRrT-CLASS WORK AT
Special Attention Olven to Ship and
Steamboat Repalrlng.deneral Black-
tmltblng, Flrst-Cloia Horse-
Shoeing, . sic
CORNEK TWELFTH AND DUANB
C. 01, Barr, Dentist
(71 Commercial St., Attorla, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED 1ML
ASK ANY ONE
Who ha umA Btar Estat UngM
and they will Ull you thy ar 'h
mott atlfaolory they have vtr
ud. Thy require, but Ilttl fuel
tnJ bah quick and uniform, and
ar eatlly managed. For Ml la
Attorla only by
W. J. Scully
4JI BOND STREET,
Betweco Moth aad Ttnth
Scow Bay Iron &
Cor. )th mid KianiUii are.
TiLEPHONE MilN 661
& CO., AQENT5
C. J. Trencliard
Insurance Commission and Snipping.
Agent Wella Fargo and Pa
cific Expresa Companla. Cus
tom House Broker.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All c oodt shipped to our ear
Will reertra ipeclal attention.
No. 518 Duant St. W. X COOK, Mgr.
and union Pacific
Hall t-ake, Denver,
9;W) a. in.
t'W i. m,
ington Ht. Paul
Kan l mail
6 p. m.
rt, Worlh, Omi-i
ha. Kanaa uity
4:10 p. m.
Ht. Uul, Chicago
ri. Worlh, Oma.
h. Kanaaa City.
I it a. m
Ht. U'ula, Chlcngu
n lid Batj
St. Paul. Dululh
oMg i and Eaat
7:00 a. m
71 hours from Portland to Hiloago.
No Chang ot Cart.
OCEAN AND RIVFJt HCHEDUrJB
All sailing da(e
(ubjeeit to chant
For Bait Francis-
eo every flv day
7 a. m.
To Portland and
4 a. tn.
Steamer Natwulla leaves Astoria, on
tide daily for llwac. connecting tlwre
-tlh trains fur Ixng lloaolt, Tioga and
North lk4uh point. Returning ar
rive at Aatirla satn evening,
o. w i.oi'NauEniiT, Agsm,
a. u cruio,
Oenarai Pasanar Agent,
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Portland Union D- liloa.m.
pot for Aatoria and 1.40 p.m.
For Portland and;il;JOiunT
way points 110 30 pm.
7 (5 s m
I 1J a.m.
II 50 a m
( IS p.m.
5 00 p.m.
Aaitorla "for War-' 7.40a.mT
renton Flavel. Ft.
10: M a.m.
t oo p.m.
I. ft a m,
II W p.m.
I JOp m.
&rl.p for War-
renton. , 1avel,
HI vein, and Aa
toria n41y eicept Saturday.
All trains make ctos iHnnx-tions at
fiobl with all NurOiern Paoirto trains
to and front the East and Hound
points. J. C. MA TO.
Onn l Freight and Pass. Afnt
Site n Ti
bin. BAILfcY liATZEHT.
I'ally round tr except Munlay.
Ijeave I'orllunil ' a. in.
I.mive AMnrln 7 p. tn.
Ihrouxh 1'i'Nlaiul conmoUoni with
, steamer Niilirolia fioiu llnaco and
Long lieiK'h Point.
I White Collar I. Ins ll:ktt lntr
Nhiingealile with O, It. A N. Co. and
V. I . Co. tlckota.
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA,"
Dally trips except Sunday.
I-ave Portland Mon . Wed., "rl , i a. m.
Iave Dalles, Tms., Thur., Bat.. Urn.
Lv. Portland Tus Thur., Bat., 7 a. m.
Lv. 1 miles, Mon., Wed., Frl., 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldet Street, Port
riolh Phones, Main 351.
John M. Fllloon
Th Dalle. Or.
A. J. Taylor,
J. J. Luckey,
Wolford ft Wyers,
J. C. Wyatt,
R. It. Ollbreth,
John M. Tot ton,
Hood Rver, Or.
White Salmon, Wn.
iiiiMi, iiuinT, , isunsr, vu.
K. W. CUICHTON. Portland Oregon,
A fAtrllllAe nnmA .! nliUaM,
Milwailkon AV Ht. Paul Dullaiau knmun
all over the Union as Uie Oreat Hallway
running mo "1'loneor Llmltetl" trains
every day and night between St. Paul
ami i nicago, ann unmlm and Chicago.
"The only perfect train In the world."
UnderStflJld : Cnnntlnn.a nr maAm
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passengers the best service known.
Luxurious coaches, clnotrlc light, steam
heat, of a variety equaled by no other
flee that your tleket rends via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the United States or Canada. All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or other Infor
mal! Ion, ad fleas,
J, W. CASI0Y. ' " , C J. TDDY,
Trav. IVuw. Agi.. "n-Awt.
Portland. Ore. PortlantL Ore.
w .i A" r 'I- "fi.i(i t.ttnifsi, as iriuagi
unSf'M. M on k'ii mtf.kh i;x;i.ihii
lr NJ'f r7 In licit ,nA (JM u,.'.lll, luan
a rTvJ r',l,,,l",'l'b,'n-''"' uf
J VJ lr-m. aiiS-'llnllon. m4 Italia-
GT Urtitfc Buy qf ur i,Mi.,i.t.f m-., 4c. la
S. X ""V " f'nrtlru! ,!. Tllull'
if If J"I llrll.r f..r..JIr.,-,l,l.
Ihtb Mull. III.eiMI l",lln..ili:l. M.-ld by
all Utanini. klrb..l.rl li.nlnIO.