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THE OliEGOH DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENINO, SEPTEMBER 14, 1807.
RATS' m I
Commercial Club Committee
.;jinds Entire Waterfront
.Hugging Cleanly .Spirit
Commission District Hot
; . After Scalps of Rodents.
, ."How do you. do, gentlemen. ' Clean
wpT Of course we ll clean up. We've
just been waiting; for something- to give
am V start, bat -we're going after, this
waterfront now and we're going to see
that It's the best-looking and the most
sanitary one on the coast;
If a composite phonograph record had
been wads of th reception accorded the
Commercial olub's committee ' that
visited the Front street merchant and
Sroperty-ownera yesterday to Induce
lem to gather, their garbage and de
stroy their-' rata the above would represent-
flinraan mitt the committees every
where. Most of those seen were a lit
tle bit surprised. They had known that
there were rats ana garoage ore
roperty. but they harin't thought' of
them as an element of danger-. - -
Import-no of CUsnllnss '
. "We don't want to create any alarm.'
anrnlaCnoH Turn Richardson of the Com
merclal club to one alarmed commission
merchant who looked behind ii apple
' barrels terrlfiedly at the disappearing
. ) ''AIT a want t- An im
o imprtna n you iciuioiu
porUnce of cleaning up your
. 'keeping It tn galvanised Iron
, and of destroying the rats wh
tn imnrsH on vou gentlemen the lm
dlseese end prenf It over .the commun
eaident Hod son's committees started
out at o'clock to make a tour of Front
street. Secretary Tom Richardson of
the Commercial club and W. B. Qlafke
took the west side of Front street, while
.Captain A. U. Graham and Herbert Hol-
. mm looa me water sion 01 tot ra.
Thsy began at the Steel bridge and went
' on south until there were no more
' docks nor garbage-producing buildings.
Wherever they Went they found a
willingness- to comply with the city's
; efforts to clean i up. The visit of the
,'. committee was merely precatory to
that to be made today by an Inspector
' from the health department The Com
mercial club wished to nave the way
. for the health officers' visit and to
unite their sympathies, as well as tbelr
oompiianca. wun me oraer.
Journal Started Good Work
' Many of the merchants have been
reading of the dangerous condition or
- the waterfront in The Journal and have,
of their own accord, taken steps to
v' collect their garbage and; destroy the
- rats in their buildings.
As an example of what The Journal's
campaign has resulted - In, 'Manager
' Theodore K. 8 top pen bach of the Pacific
" Paper company took the committee over
the big building of his company at 100
' Front street. There wasn't a scrap, of
refuse in the building and Mr. Btoppen-
baoh assured the- oooimltlee that there
'wasn t a rat there, either.
"1 consider it every man's duty to
. see that his place is kept clean, especi
ally during this time of danger from
plague,'' he said. "He owee it to the
community aa well as to hi employes,
i I have Installed rat traps throughout
I the place and have cautioned my em--ployes
when eating their lunches to be
careful not to let any particles of food
-" drop on the floor that may serve as
.,, food for the rata. .'Rata! Rats! Rats!'
is my motto and we are not going to
. leave single one alive tn the place."
. . . An Willing to Help.
A. K. Morrill of the Western Trans
portation 4k Towing company-, told the
committee that he was- glad of their
.' suggestion and would do anything In his
-; power to clean up and would instruct
, bis employes to do all they could.
George R. Stephenson of the sUephen
aon company said: ,
"It's a good suggestion. We are wlll
- lng to help the inspectors all we can and
- will start In right away on the good
Blsslnger Co. have already started
V In to clean their hide warehouse and
they told the committee that ther had
been -very successful In getting rid of
the rats and refuse. '
Metsger Co.. a little farther along
' the strewt, had the same good news to
- relate they, too. wanted to help The
Journal and the city la th fight to keep
V away the plague.
v, Msnager David J. Qulmby of tha In
ternational hotel is setting traps for the
' ists and baa ordered cans for bis gar-.-
' Xfo Opposition Bsoonn tared. .
Manager Oscar Anderson of tha Es-
" tnond hotel is another hotel man who
promised to sea that no garbage from
bis kitchens was left around where rats
- could feed on It. . '
' Thomas Farrell saidr "I have mad a
' study of this rat question and believe
that an ounce of prevention Is worth a
pound of cure. The sooner we get rid
of these rats before they have a chance
to become Infected with th epidemic
the better It will b for us."
- i . The Oregon Fish company said that
, they would do all they could to help out
; the inspector and heartily -approved of
' the mayor's actions . in behalf of a
4 cleaner waterfront. - " . , ' .
, - And so it wsnt all up and down' the
' street everywhere the committees met
-with good will and cooperation. They
had expected to find some opposition
3 Instead it took the good business men
who made up the personnel of the com-
ni It tees but a little over an hour to
' cover the. entire street and to see and
' enlist every one in th cause of a clean
. er waterfront. . . ;
11 " 1 '
Old Chronlo Sore On red fey
"tu somuxoLD iimazox.
Druggists refund money if MR POR-
TER'B ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL,
fails. Uo. ' - . ; i
" HOP HOUSE BURNS' ; 7
WITH ENTIRE CHOP
'"' "; - .-v''.'
rSoerlal Dtspates te The JearosL)
. Sllverton. Or., Sept. 14.--The hop
nse-belonging to Frank Durbln, lo
cated six miles from Sllverton, was
consumed by fire yesterday.l It con
tained nearl all his 1J0T crop. Insur
ance was light. I
BocJe Crusher Start.
("nerlel IMWca to The Joarnti) r-
Chehalia. Wash.. Sept. 14. The Wg
new reck crusher for Lewis county has
just been Started up St MesktlL It
has a daily capacity of 121 oublo yard"
of crushed rock. The stone will be
KinMi trt vartmie bolnts for road a Tin
lmnrovement work on the , Chehalls
THU POUICYHOLDCRS COMPANY '
"PURELY OREGON-BEST FOR AN OREGONIAN
K0" CrriCE CC2. SIXTH m AXXENY STKEETS. PCJtTUXD -
A. J MILLS, I SAMUEL, CLARENCE S. SAMUEL,'
. i'resident Cencfal Manafer. Aniitant Mantfer.
WILL ESTABLISH LEI'
BUREAU 1,1 SEATTLE
Government Ofllcials Leave
for Sound to Open : Nat
:'" uralization Offices.' .
Alford W.'Coolay. assistant attorney
general' of tb United State, and Rich
ard K. Campbell, chief of the federal
naturalisation bureau, ' war Portland
visitors yeaterday on their way to Se
attle, where they will establish the bead
office of the bureau for Washington,
Oregon,'' Idaho and western Montana.
Although it.' had been expected ' that
th office would come to Portland. Mr.
Cooley definitely stated yesterday that
tne sound city would get the new bu
reau. PnrtlnnA eltlxena mmAm a atrerv.
uous fight for he office and worked
ire back and forth between Port
land and Washington, but were unsuc
cessful in their attempts to land the
Mr. Cooley. stated tbat a special
agent would probably be stationed u
, Alfred W. Cooley.
Portland to handle th Oregon end of
th business coming up before th bu
Mr. Cooley I a young man, a grad
uate of Harvard and a warm personal
friend of President Roosevelt. He I a
member of the famous tennis cabinet
which days on the courts lust outside
i tn president a - executive office, and in
an equal rival with Secretary Garfield
for honor with th ball and racquet.
Mr. Campbell is an older man than
Mr. Cooley, but has succeeded in Ingra
tiating himself Into1 the sunshine of
me rtooseveit smile and occupies In his
present nosltlon a trust wherein ha will
be given an opportunity to succeed to
ul" . iuiis iu igvvramvniw me. .
- DEATH IN RUNAWAY
(Special . Mrpetes to -The lotnal)
Klamath Falls,-Sept. 14.-"-Jack Pal
mer and Eddi Ball, two well-known
Klamath Indiana. , lost , team of val
uable horses and nearly lost their own
lives in Williamson river Wednesday.
They wer breaking th team to drive
and while driving along the river bank,
the horses became unmanageable, forc
ing the whole outfit Into the river,
drowning- both- her sea. : Jack Palmer
was nearly drowned. -
NORTH COAST MILLS
WILL SHUT DOWN
" fgpeetal ' Dlptrk "to The Joaraal.t
Vancouver, B. C , Sept 14. Owing to
the comparatively - poor demand, for
lumber In the northwest ooast thills
will close down on December SO for a
f ertod of six or eight weeks, or till such
Ime as trade warrants resumption of
LESSEE SELLS LIGHT.
; PLANT AT CHEHALIS
fRpeHal Dtapateh te The JoemaLI ''
- Chehalls. Wash., Sept. 14 Harry
west, tease or tne cnenaiis electric
Kenxle of Colfax. Wash., and Ed Rlggs
or rorrisna. - in latter- was recently
from Marshfleld, Oregon. The city
council will b asked to ratify th trans
fer of th leass-Monday night , -
- Robert Hlxon "Dead.
(special Dlspsteh .te Tke Joarnsl)
Baker City, Sept. 14. On the even
ing of September 11, at t o'clock, Rob
ert Hlxon, on of th early pioneers of
Oregon, died at his home In Pleasant
valley after sn Ulnees of several weeke.
Mr. Hlxon was suffering from Rrlght's
disease and other trotbies I no) dent to
old age. He whs 10 years old at the
time of hi -death, and had spent half
of his time In Oregon. - -- r-
Little Brown Men of Port
, land; Buy Latest Style
Firearms in Anticipation
of Trouble One, Dealer
Refuses to Sell. . -
Although they reiterate that they are
expecting no trouble and are not pre
paring for any, svery Japanese in Port
land I armed with the best . of revolv
ers, .many of them carrying' automatic
guns of th latest pattern. . '
''According to dealers In firearms add
ammunition, the Japanese are th best-
armad clsss of people in th oountry, so
far a th modernity- of their, weapon
la concerned. - Nothing but th moot sx
penslv guns are purchased by them,
and although thee are not carried a
constantly as are those of the Chinese,
tney are aiwayssreaoy ror use. -Since
the anti-Japanese rlpts In Van
couver ther have been comparatively
few purchase ot firearms, dealers ex
plaining this by the fact that nearly all
of the Ja oanese are well-armed with
out purchasing any additional guns.
- Bveryeae i Carrie (ran.- -
There have been a few Jap In her
In th last two days." said a Third
street dealer this morning, "but there
haan t been the great - rush tnat you
might expect. you can takemy word
for It. however, that every Jap In town
Is armed and well armed. For instance.
one man came Into my store last night
and inquired for a revolver h nad sola
me a couple of months before he want-
a new and better one."
At every store alona Third street in
th heart of th Japanese colony in-
aulrlea have been made In the nest
week for suns bv JaDanese. and evi
dently those wno nave none are ouying
mem. ine Japanese are goou inuviu.
or th better class or gunsnope, al
though most of them probably secure
their arms through the large Japanese
wholesalers. - . .
, Kefnae to a Arm.
Althourh not directly concerned in
the Jananeae outbreaks, tha Chines of
Portland have been buying a good many
gun of late and are evidently pre par
lne for noaalbla trouble.
The better class of gun dealer de
clared this morning that owing to the
present strained conditions tney wouia
not sell guns to . th Japanese under
1 haven't sold a gun to a Japanese
since the Vancouver trouble," said
Harry Beal of 4ttTh!rd street, "and
I won't sell any until this thing blows
over and they have settled down again."
- This sentiment seemed to be that of
most of the dealers In arms and am
munition. None of them seemed anxi
ous to sell during the present bard feel
ing between members of ths two races.
HI OLD HENCOOP
Medical inspector Reports
Abuses to Wnich Work--J
. , men Are Subjected,
(Joarsal Bpeelal ervles.) ---'- -
' London, Sept , 13. Dr. Reginald Far
rar, one of th medical Inspectors of
th' local government board, has pre
sented a report which strongly sug
gssts th necessity of legislation - re
quiring th proper housing of large
bodies of men engaged upon construct
ional work, such aa that of the Brook
lands motor racing track, recently com
pleted at Wey bridge. Sixteen hundred
''navvies'' wer employed by the con
tractors, and Dr. Far rar estimated that
fully 100 of those regularly occupied
wer without lodging, and had to sleep
"rough" for want - of - accommodation.
Bom wer found In strawyards, others
wer content to rest on th bar ground
in a- disused cowshed, where the avail
able air space was less thayt 100 cublo
feet per head, a gang of four seised
upon a hencoop, and many more slept
in th open, among th gorse and heath
er of Weybrldge common, or in places
where they were less likely to be dis
turbed. All alike wer equally badMy
treated In being denied even a supply
of drinking water, although a main be
longing to th West Surrey company
could easily have been utilised by ar
rangement It was only when Dr. Far
rar appeared upon the scene -that any
attempt was made to mitigate these
evils, and the experience certainly sup
ports the recommendation contained in
his report In regard to th aystematlo
housing or men empioyea upon targe
outdoor constructional works. r
TO PREVENT UPRISING
Medicine Men Are Sent Back
to Reservation With . In-
: junction to .Be Good.
(Psrlfte Ooast Press Leased -Wire.) '
fesn Francisco. Sept 14. "Dr." Noah,
th medicine man of th Plut tribe of
Indiana, situated at Fort Bid well, and
"Washoe Charley" of. th same tribe.
wsr returned, to, th reservation yes
terday after having been. lectured by
the federal grana ury. i nis prompt
action, it la slated, prevented a general
Trouble" started on . the- reservation
when Superintendent ' Rakestraw st
tempted to employ th daughter of the
former and the son of the latter on the
reservation. The entire tribe, In an
ugly mood, ' circled" the reservation at
night end took the two young people
away by force. The matron waa almost
ohoked to death while resisting.
. . Where Crokrr Got It. 1
When "Eddie" Hood a Washington
eorresponent was younger than he la
now he was sssignea to get an inter
view from Richard Croker, then boss
of Tammany Hall. - - -
Just aa Hood arriveo at tne nnuae
where Croker was stsylng th door
opened and Croker and Murphy cam
down th steps. The Inquiries as to
the sources or rjrokers weaus. wer
then most fervent. .'..'
"Mr. croxerr inquired nooo.
"Tee,', growled Croker. "What do yon
"I want to as yon some quesuons."
Croker scowled. "What questions T"
Hood cosldn't think or his questions.
so he blurted out: "Where did you got
Itt" and dashed down the street,
Games Scheduled for. Next
Saturday Include the Car-'
lislcs and Albrights.'
- -(Catted Press . Ltased Wuw.) -.-.:-r-Nsw
York, Sept. 14. Th eastern
football season will bs ushered in next
Saturday, when . four ' Important - col
lege games are scheduled to be played.
- The most Important of these will be
the clash between -tne Carlisle Indians
snd Albright college. The Carllsles are
the favorites- In this game, although
their opponents are said to have a
strong team. ' . '
Candidates for ' the Tale team Will
commence practices next week and the
friends of the sons of Old Kll believe
they will have a strong team by No
vember 23, the date set' for the gam
With Harvard. . Princeton and Yale,
however,' will line up on November 14
mid th college world will get an idea
of the strength of the Yale- team on
tbat dar. " . . ....
Th first big game to be seen In this
city will be that between Carlisle and
Princeton, November I.
Erail Simon, Motorist, Ran
His Machine Too Fast
, for Potsdam.
London, -Sept 11. Mr. Emit Simon,
to three months' Imprisonment at Pots
dam for running over and killing an
aged peasant woman on the Prusso
Saxon . frontier . In. July, Is . enjoying
many special privileges at the hands of
the prison authorities at Tegel, writes
our Berlin correspondent To fact
that hia trial has already taken placo
denotes an unusual concession, for. as
a rula, tbree months at least elape
before a German prisoner Is tried.
Mr. Simon is not obliged to wear
criminal garb, or to occupy himself
with, prison labor. - He Is not placed
In - a cell, but has been given a room
on the first floor which was formsrlv
occupied by a prison officer. Mr. Simon,
who is a student of electricity at Colum
bia university. New York,- where.
though only 19 years old, he has some
reputation In his special branch. Is
permitted to study and to write, as far
as his ; writing . refers to' electrical
studies. . He may only write one letter
a day, though he Is permitted to re
ceive as many as are sent him.
r or me privilege or studying during
Imprisonment Mr. Simon pays Is. ner
day, from which, 'according to German
prison regulations, 4d. is returned to
him to enable him to purchase extra
food. Beyond this concession he re
ceives only ordinary prison food.
Breakfast consists-of -eoffe and milk
with two rolls, lunch, at 11:10, com
prises a menu of meat, potatoes, and
bread. - He ( rises at 4 a. m. - together
with the other prisoners, and must
be in bed at 8:10 p. m.. He exercise
alone ' for two hours after breakfast.
and ma mother is permitted to see
mm every seven days.
, ASK MOVEMENTS
Fire Company, New Bridge
and Better Car Service
b Are Demanded.
Multnomah addition, - Alblna, I -hot
after two important clvlo Improvements
th installation of th fir company at
th engine-house on Mississippi avenue
and the construction of a new bridge
or making of a fill across Cook avenue
:ulch on some street that will give
etter outlet to Upper Alblna. At last
night' meeting of th Multnomah Im
provement association it was voted to
call on Mayor Lane next Tuesday morn
ing and discuss the Question of better
fire protection for that district The en
tire club, Joined by residents rom Pied
mont and vicinity, will call on Mayor
In the matter of a fill or bridge across
Cook avenue gulch, it waa decided at the
meeting to ask the council to make the
Improvement on either Alblna avenue.
Borthwlck or Kercy streets. A commit
tee was - appointed to investigate the
situation and determine which of th
three streets should be Improved.
Th schedule maintained by the street
railway company on the Russell-Shaver
line waa severely consured by a number
of speakers. . It was shown that the
average schedule on this line waa II or
jo minutes, witn tne result that time
could b saved by walking several
blocks to either th Mississippi or Wil
Hams avenua lines. .
HOW 0. B. SHAW LOOKS
TAT 52 YEARS OF AGE
' ' From th Reader.
On Friday of this week George
Bernard Bhaw enter upon his flfty
second year. - Ther 1 probably no liv
ing man of hot whose pronouncement
on any and every subject are more wide
ly read or more eageriy looaed ror at
the nresent time than are those of Mr.
Bhaw. But It was not ever so, for ha
not Mr, gnaw nimneii put it on record
that the net reault of his first nine
? -ears' wooing of th editors and pub
Ishers of London was exactly six
pounds five pounds ror a patent medi
cine advertisement IS shillings from
q. r. Bims ror an artici in a little pa
per of hi called One and AIL and nv
shillings for a vers for a child's picture
book, written as a ourissque and ac
cepted seriously, "as many later writ
ings of mine, written seriously, have
been accepted as burlesques!"
Randall Parbtsxi Sett. 21
competitive g and wbsn
tho front ranks of -
A vast fund of persona know led g is really s entisl to tha achievement of
th highest excelleno in any field of human effort
A KnowIdg of Forms. Knowlodo of ranetlono nd
. Knowledge) of Prodaoto are all of th nrmoet valu and ia questions of
lif and health whan tru and wholeeom remedy ie desired it should b remem
bered that Syrup of Fig and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by th California Fig
Syrup Co- ia aa ethical product which has mat with the approval of th moat em.
' inent physician and give universal satisfaction, becanee it is a remedy of
Known Quality. Known Exoollonoo and Known Cora
ponont PsrtO and has woq the valuable patronage of millions of th Well
--- - Informed of the world, .who know of. their own' personal knowledge and from
' . actual us that ft is th first and best of fatnir laxatives, for which no estra.
1 '" vagant or unreasonable claims are made. ", ;", '$X J W 'jfs' J
11 ' Thi.'raluabU remedy has beetrlong and favorably " ' , ;; '- :yJ ' WZ '
OaV pnyia" n Wall Informed of the' world to be the . ' '.: flf rfrsff 9-
Go e,ulokly t th
very eoreef th
disease and stops
the most eep-V "
almost Isstaatly. : .
Mustang " Liniment
Oaree svery silssesj
sf Mas er Beast
that a gesd, ksasst
Hone bertar,' .
en ss goes.
Brigadier and Mrs.
Major and Mrs.
In S. A. Hall 249 Madisoa Street
Sunday. Sept 1 5th
11 A. M. and 8. P. M.
D0171I WITHOUT PAY
Bridge Builders Ask Board
to Hold Up Seattle Com-
- pany's Money.
Alleging that they have not yet been
paid for their work as sub-contractors
by th International Construction com
pany of Seattle, which built th Grand
avenue steel bridge. J. B. Tlllotson end
Joseph Paoquet yesterday asked th ex
ecutive board to withhold payment un
til they could collect IJ.S44.26 for their
services. The Seattle firm ha already
been Da Id bv the city and th sub
contractors will be compelled to go to
it for payment. ' ' ' ' " ' ' '
Fifteen horse were ordered purchased
for the street cleaning department and
one horse for the fire department by
,a lv.nl. Chief Camobell of th fir
department said that the Portland Gen
eral Electrio company had agreed to re.
hiu'. tha fire horse killed by an electric
ourrent from Its tracks in th north end
several days ago.
-X resolution waa Introduced In th
meeting asking for the location of a
fire- engine house somewhere in ths
vicinity of Fourteenth and Milt streets.
The fire committee I asked to select
The- stars are degrees- of
excellence. . . ; . ,' ;
Schilling's best. - ' :
Tour grocer returns your money If you
don't Ilk It pay him, . . ,
is th winning factor in ths culminating contat of this .
of ample character it place its fortunate
Well InforriMd ot thm World. '
SAN FRANCISCO. CAUv
OREGON STATE FAIR
' - " " " " SALEM, OREGON, WILL BE MfDB BT Z" "
The Oregon R.R.S: Navlgotlon Co.
Southern Pacific Corrlpany
From All Points In Oregon on the Basis f
FARE AND A THIRD
Remember, Thursday. Sept 1Q
A PIn Program
Round Trip Tickets
Special train leaves Union Depot a. m.; East Washington street.
1:10 a. uu.r Arrives Balem. 11:20 a. m. ' . .
fjall at City Ticket Office. Third and Washington streets,' Portland,
or sny agent In Oregon for further Information.
AVM. MeMURRAY, Osn'l Pass. ' Agsnt
FRONT AND MORRISON STS. ;
a alt and secure an Idea ox in ap
proximate cost of a building. Resolu
tions were aieo iniroamcou omsnnif it
fire alarm telegranh box at the corner
of Sixth and Pine streets, and a switch,
board at the central station for the fire
alarm telegraph system. Improvements
were also ordered In th suction pipe
of th flreboat.
HEINZE LOSES FIRST - -
ROUND OF BATTLE
(Speelal Dtasetch te Ta loerssl.)
Vancouver, B. -C. Sept. 14. August
Melnse. th flghUng -New Tork-Butt
lUlonatre, baa lost the first round In
the long legal battle with the Canadian
Pacific railway over the division of
00.000 acres of land In Kootenay. The
contest will be carried to oourta of the
irivy council. Further - then inai
ielnse must r SH costs, according to
ustlce Clement's derlKlon. The Jmls-
ment wss banded down today In the
.. TT. .VV."
Round - Trip
R. sV N ' fientember IS. 14, IT
It. Final return limit September
O. R. N. tickets must be vaUdate.l
for return y Southern Paolflo Agent
at Salem or at Fnlr Grounds.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO., September
It. 1. 17. 18. 1. 20 and 21. Final
- return limit September 22. "
and Oretncl Tim
'"--" era- ' -" '
1 sot s
..... use -
IDE ORIENTAL 1YCC3 HMSn
A combination of most durabi Var
nish and Stains for Interior Wood
Work, Floors, Furniture, etc.
TH2 CIG PAINT STO.IE 11
Fisher,Thorsen & Co. j;
' Man Mysteriously Disappears.
(Rprlnl Dtapstoh te Tb JoorasLI -Astoria,
Or.. Sept. 14. A man name -1
Miller, who arrived her from Pair-,
a few days ago has mysterlouely dl
appeared. Miller left for th Nehalfi"
valley some days ago snd Begotla:-'! r
the purchase of a ranch from YV. 1..
Coming back to Astoria he secured M
effects snd took them to Crugs li
yesterdsy morning snd started fr i
Nehalem house, mhere he roome-1.
trace of him hue been found slix e. I
wss suppoeed to have bad coti.xl-r .
money on his t""nn.
OBOWUTO ACKXS AKB TAIT! 1
Mrs, Jomin Sumner, l.r"i"n l. 1 .
Writes. April H. l0t: "I have
pallnnl's Know Llnlm.nl In rn f
for three years. I wmi)I rmt I -It
In the hoiie. I ve u..l It i
little girl for grol -it i " 1 .
In her knees. It fin. I '
I have also u.el It f r
With good lliri i' '
mit 1 ever , l
Sold by . . . . '