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tHE ONLY SMALL DAILY IN AMERICA CARRYING REGULAR WIRE REPORTS FROM THE ASSOCIATE! PRESS, L75TTED Ttit$5 M$ Itffi t Ti 3.
Th East OrntonUn l Eastern
iron's (treatest newspaper snd a ell
Inat force givs to the advertiser of
twice the miaranteed paid clrciilatlen
In Pendleton and I'matilia county at
any other newspaper.
Tha net press run of yesterday' pnlly
Thin paper is a tmintier or nnd audited
by the Audit lliireau of Clrciiliitlnnii.
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SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1921.
m or si
De Valera Will Return to Lon-
don Within Fortnight, But j
Not o Accept Present Plan.
BOTH SIDES DO NOT DESIRE
TO OPEN OLD WAR WOUND
Outstanding Feature of Gov
ernment's Peace Proposals is
Concession of Autonomy.
DUBLIN, July 23 (Chariot M.
McCunn, l". r. Stuff Correspondent.!
Kinn Fein leaders are expressing
open opposition to the acceptance of
IJoyd George's Irbh peace offer and
predicting thut barring now obstacles
Da Valera would return to London
within a fortnight, but nr-t 1 nrrept
the preaant form of the plan. They
declare tha refniinpiii'ii of iiiwllllilfK.
whleh would he a flht to death, la
preferable to a potential dominion
government, lnclilnu eeettitn. a aep
urate army and other free feature
contained In the ctmatltutlona of th
er Hr.tlah domlnlniia. Both Hides
howeter, are attempting to prevent nn
o,pnln(t of the old nr wound,
llmet'a 1'ONltion l St otire.
LONDON. July i8 (A. 1'.) Thai
outatandiiiR feuture of the govern
ment'a lrialt peace prooaiilM to re
Valera la a conceaBlnn of fiacal auton
omy, according to a hlnh nmluiritv
riater'a position In amply st-cured.
Will Work Ot t 'n Srttk-niciit.
WHLIN. July 23. (A. f.t -Thf
lniprcalon Is pro fin here that tin
Ir!ah peace offer mnde hy Lloyd
Oeorite will work out In the nettle
ment. ' -
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Continuing the trend "f the past
week, the closing prices for wheat are
lower today than eVterday. July
wheat closed at 11.22. September
whent $1.22i and December wheat lit
$1.35 V . Yesterday the closing prirps
were July $1.24 'i, Heptember $1.2.1
end December, $1.28 'i.
Following are quotations received by
Overberk & Cooke, local brokers:
Open Wan Low
Wheat The receipts around 2.1 00
enra at the four leading whpnt market
Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and
Omaha, with general evening up on the
I art of local longs for the week end,
led to liquidation and lower range, hut
on the break there 'ni free huvlng hv
houses with seaboard connections to
average hedges against sale for export,
anil the Inside figures were not main
tained. Export sales at the Gulf were
reported as high as one million hush
els and while the movement from the
farms Is very heavy, the export busi
ness as Inrge It Is said to continue, as
Europe needs liberal quantity of grain
There: are already signs of a lot up
within a short lime In parts of south
west, as the break In prices is causing
n holding tendency, and the car short -rge
Increasing with Nebraska and Mis
souri complaining. For time being
bulges may not hold, due to hedging,
hut sooner or later the market will
turn and however purchases oh sharp
hreaks are preferred.
CHICAGO, July 23 (H. P.) Au
thorities are sepking Warren C. Spur
gin, president of the Insolvent Mich
igan avenue trust enmpnny. Examin
ers declare tho bank lost $70.omi.
George M. Reynolds, chairman of the
hoard of directors of the Continental
Commercial National hank. Spurgin's
uncle, believed the loss will total a
IMtKSIDF.XTS IHMv IS liF.APV.
HAOKHSTOWN, Aid.. July 23. If
p )lprpsidpnt Harding's bunk 1
Mn,tv- tit the ei,.H,k.0-nature camp.
At a' secluded spot miles west of
herp. Ford, Firestone. Kdison and
Illshop Anderson are await ng the ar
rival of thp cnief esecuHve. Cooking
will he done over open fires. Loads of
provisions have been hauled camp
'wsrd. 'Edison's portable wireless IpIp
phono will enahlP thp presiiletil to keep
In touch with the outside world.
In on ypiir more than two hundred
and fifty million persons arrived in
New York (lty by train.
tleneral Stetmet tf the Herman
at Leipzig after I.e.,, acquitted of war . n..y. The French charsed that he
rdered ! reach prison. 'is. including wounded, to be shot.
VIOLENT FIGHTING BREAKS OUT IN
MOROCCO AND SEVERAL HUNDRED
SPANISH SOLDIERS ARE KILLED
Battle Develops When Moroc
can Natives Delivered Heavy
Attack in Melilla District.
PAl'.IS, July in. (I. N. S I Violent '
f Is hi in g In which eevpral ' hundred
Spanish soldiers are r ported to hvr '
!een killed has broken out in Mor
occo, acenrdlnij to a Madrid dispatch.
Spant!-h reinforcements ri-p being s-nt 1
to Morocco and Kins Alfronso hurried t
to Madrid from his summer castle to j
consider the Moroccan sitoali'ii with!
his cabinet. Fighting developed when I
the Moroccan natives delivered a!
heavy attack against the Spanish
I he. Melilla district.
SPKlNGFlKI.n. Ills., July 23. tl".
P.)- -Stnte troops are ready to su-inu
to arms in 2" minutes notice to prevent
the arrest of Governor Small, facin; j
charges in connection with mishandl
ing $:), una state funds. Following
the postponement of the judicial as
to Small's amenability In arrest, the 1
governor determined to resist the shi r- j
Iff's notion "t the utmost." The j
court is expe-ted to decide concerning j
ihe matter Tuesday, when, should the
sheriff's forces attempt to take the
governor Into custory, they may be an
armed plash tiplween (he military and
peace officer's forces.
ASTOIWA, July i3. --(P. p.(r,..
on poeincers are fathered her" in :
their annual convention. The gather
ings are considering em;ineeritiLr prob-
lenis peculiar to Oregon. They ave also
studying Astoria projects.
PRESIDENT HARDING JOINS
FAMOUS CAMPING QUARTET,
TAKES BURROUGHS PLACE
WASHINGTON July 23 (U.
P.; President Harding left to
join Thomas Kd'sou and Henry
Ford, as a member of the fa-
moils camping iiiartet formerly
composed of Kdison, Ford. Fire-
stone and Burroughs. Pur-
roughs' death left a vacancy and
President Harding was elected.
He t onsldered this the most
utiiiine honor accorded him since
his election, It Is his first
chance to rough It since be en-
tered Ihe white house. Theodore
Roosevelt, formerly aeconiiein-
led Burroughs on many trips.
The parly will fish and ramp
with heiiibiiiarters on Hie Polo-
mac river in the foothills of the
III no Hldge mountains and enjoy
the 'back lo nature," stuff.
it VnunMT' t '
is shown leav ne the
Until Naval Powers Agree, Dis
armament or Armament Li
mitations Are impossible.
i.w.mm.. juij ..v- 1 ne .,,.,, a,
premier, m humph '0111 uie ! nneii 1 res-1
that a cont'd ence. tile purpose of
MiliU'h should be to thresh (
Pacific prolilem, should be arranged
for immediately. Tiny should bold a
tiHM tii.g at London wiiisin three weeks.
in order to ins'.ire the success of this
C'-nfeit'tiee, Ibey must recoffnizc Jap
an's need of room for expansion.
"Tbere ran be no d sarin;'., item irat 1
;;n- nercssny ceases. I'mil the three
i;reat na.al powers settle the 1'ac fie
lU'oiUeui, disal'inatiH lit or 11 man, "lit
bniitai'on is iniposst'ole." lie declared
a co'lleiciue to setlie these dil'l'ei'
thi'is was Ulal pricedliii; l!ie Leneral
liisal Ulauient t onfel elice.
P. 1 A
suspected attempt to rob the Seattle
I F.rst National Hank was frustrated
I when the burglars' passkey broke
1 w lu a they atteiiiplcd to open an alley
' door, patrolmen heard noises at tliref
in the morning, investigated and
found mulling. They returned at day
light and round the broken key. An
i thori! ics are invesiigalmg the matter.
LOS ANGKLKS, July 23. (P. IM
pppnty Sheriff Oorge Rupreeht and
Mrs, l.ettie Fnrrell, 1 years of a vie.
wife of n prisoner In the county jail,
are held without bail following a
t-mashnp when, their automobile ran
I amuck Into telephone poles and a cU'ai
! store. Both art suspected of being in-
! loxirated. Many pedestrains had nnr-
1 row' escapes. Kitprechl and Mrs. Far-
j f'ell were unhurt. The machine for-
j merly belonged to "llluebliil" Watson,
! serving a life term In San Qnentin for
1 the murder of his nine wives,
A noted Chinese horticulturist his
j produced on h's estate ' n '' Florida, a
1 reniai'Kable ar'ety 01' citrous fruit, a
.perfumed grapefruit. The fruit, wh'ii
! placed in a mom, pernieates the air
with an ottor unltke that of any cttr-is
plant. Only one tree of the variety
boars ut present.
V(hm( cMrvintf- hy KpoiMttl ftMifllontinn
f tht smikI bla.st is jjiiv ny Siitlsl'aotnvy
results, ownrcially Imn t?c tn cmi-
nt't'tfiMi with rMhvtnnt. Im(rn e j
r:nr:ls rovrr nmtimw of tlip .anrfnro
wliW'h lenvo fimuos in rvUvt and m
iiiufoim baekgruimtt . '
umiin unin mcctimp
IIUULU IIULU JIILLIISVJ
rut mnirn nnhni rtn
U.S. WOULD HOLD
AN EARLY DATE
View Has Been Communicated
to Britain Whose Dominion I
Premiers Favor Spring Date.;
QUESTION OF TIME IS
TAKEN UP WITH NATIONS!
Definite Action Has Been De
layed by Failure of Japan to
Announce Her Acceptance.
WASHINGTON, .July 23. (I. N. P I
ti,.. i-. ,u..a ,.!.. i. r.f ihi. fii.inir.n
th.it I'rfsident Haidiria s disarmamenti
I .-onference should be held not later
I ih,.n Vn.ember and earlier If nossible.
This view has been informally com
municated to Britain, it was stated at
jtlie state department although the
jl'nited States received no formal pro.
j poxal from Britain for postponement
' of th.. Minffrpnfiv This Eovernment
has been made acquainted with the
views of the dominion premiers of ; appeared on the original bond, the stg
Hi itain which favor post ponement : natures of 11. W. Collina. Ben Bur-
.o ;.. ti,., i-.,,(,i ha.
f,,IP(1 1 ic,v in , informal com. j
...:' o,. f., ,i-iri .
I niuniealion Its reasons for desiring
The question of the exact date of the I h"nh 'n the office of the roadmaster
parlev has been taken up with the oth-j wns considered this afternoon by the
,t inv ited nations, but definite action I county court. M ork on the auditing
has been delayed by the failure .f'"f the hooka is expected to begin as
ijn-.n t ..nnmin hf.r unreserved nc-iMon as choice of an accountant is
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SPECTATORS WHO TOOK
PICTURES OF RECENT
FIGHT MAY BE FINED
NEW YORK, July 23. (I'. P.) j
Every one of the tlmntuimls of specta-i
itors who snapped pictures of lemp-
f'vev end i.ii-nentier in action, who'
bi ought them across the New Jersey j
lliiie into New York are liaTile to a;
'fine of Sloofl and two years imprison-;
ment, I'nlted States district Attorney,
Wayward declared. Newspapers and;
picture agencies, taking pictures!
across the line are also liable, still pic- j
,,in's hf,in(-; "s """',1 a v,oll"i"nas
transposition 01 moving p.ci.i.es.
navwaro oeciineu 10 Mine pos-,o-,
against newspapers, photo-'
K,.H 1(.rs u)(j ot j
) More motorcycles are In use in l.on-
tl(in and all Kngland than automobiles
SM.KM Julv 93 (A. P. Maior,or other automotive vidiicles. accord-
P.a'bcock. the telephono enaineer, will ' 'ng to registration certificates,
be recalled as a witness for Portland I
Monday at the telephone rehearing.
Fireworks are expected when he is
( ross-examined. Pnbcock stated yes
terday afternoon that the 30 per cent
increase allowed in Oregon on toll
business was not big enough, and that
the toll rates are not high enough.
Commissioner Corey said if the toll
tales were, increased it would kill.thc
CHICAGO. July 1'3. It". I'M Illin
ois' Indicted Governor. I. en Small held
1. council of war with Mayor William
ilnle Thompson, his political sponsor,
Small slipping inM town tinanno-inred,
accompanied by three burly bodyguard.-.
Small is vhtiged with the
111 mis" of a million lo.la.rs while he
was state treasurer. He is thought to
be hero as a rel'ne.e against an arre.-t
BEBE DANIELS WANTS
TO ATTEND PENDLETON
ROUND-UP THIS FALL
Vehc llairels, movie actress,
itieen of the Oregon float in the
parade at l's Angeles which
won second grand prize during
Ihe recent Elks Grand Lodge re
1111 on, has a special invitation
lo attend the Uo.uml-l'p here in
September, and she wants to
come, loo. The imitation was
delivered by Charles Vinier in
person while be was in attend
ance at the reunion.
Mr. Vinier returned home this
im rMins aficr :i t.f iiltmit I
twii wm'Ks. The rtmnlmi was
one itl (hi rinst surtH'ssful vi't
1m lit. ml a n'vv rot'onl for tin
amount f liu.stmss transarltMt
was rslublislMMl. Me sirvMt mi
l ho Oivuon assootalion commit
ti'i of f.vo tn tho I'lat'o of lto
liitner, wlio was nnahlo to at
tt'mi. On his visit Charlio sjhv
sovot'al former IVmtletonians who
aro now living at l.os An mli'N.
wioitp im ninpApn
v o 0 un uftuu
BOND NOT REQUIRED
OF AM ANN JN WORK
FOR COUNTY, SHOWN
; Statute Makes it Imperative for
Roadmaster Furnish Bond;
Accountant Being Selected.
I An investigation Into the. facts xur
j rounding the activltiea of IC C. Am
munn, charged with forgery as a re-
suit of alleged Irretrularitiea In the of-
fief of the county rondmnflter, nhows
t Amann, who' handled larse auma '
of money, was not under bond. The
Hatnte.H regulating the conduct of th-
"!fice do not require the hookkeeiei
to givo Wond, it wa.s slated today.
The law requires that the roadmas
ter foe required to furnish bond to the
amount of $1,(100, and this bond was
riven by L. J. Shannon, the road
master, but Amann, who practically
bad charge of the office work, wa.
under no bond.
i 1 n,lt ''vaKnef-s exists tn tne statute
' tne nenei oi tne mrainprs oi ine
Ammnnn was taken before Justice
i Richards at Athena this morning, and
he waived preliminary hearing and
was bound over to await the action of
the Brand Jury investigation which will
be held. In September. The court In
creased the amount of his bond from
$2000 to J7000. In addition to J. H.
'"'gis and John Luck, whose names
'roughs and ill Ferguson were secur
"1 the larger bond.
The securing of an expert account
ant to make a thorough audit of the
H ( I
,, brother of Grover P.ergdoll. was nar-
I rom-ly averted. Johnson, cross-exam-MinisterS
Decided Not tO Re-i ining Braun, charged he attempted to
a. a is r i i x evade the nuestions. "Vou're a liar."
treat From Determination to; shlM,ted Brna,m. 3nhnmn u,ne(i ,-
Send Troops tO Silesia. !"'' him when memliors interfered.
PAltlS. July 3. (A. P. I Premier
Fri . foottina ,ne meeting of tr.j
.. .,,,.,. .,rlin .....
i'i"''Sting the German government to
nhe necessary sieps 10 insure tne sale
conduct inrougn liermany 01 tne new
division of French troops to be sent tc
Silesia. The ministers decided not to
retreat, from their determination to
send reinforcements despite the Tr t
ish opposition to such a move.
II HA II TniTHh 10 01 !TO
NEW YORK. July 23. (P. P I j
Japan's position on the Far East is no
less special than that of ;.!,: I'nitetl j
S.ates in this hemisphere," Ho.-hie
Mitsunaga. of the Nippon Oenipo Tus-j
shin Sha. oriental news agency, told j
the publishers nttendiqg a dinner, W. j
W. Hnwk'ns, president of the Foiled
, I'ress. saw in honor of Mitsunaga. ,
I "Japan's ix.sition while special, is not-
paianioiim or predominant. She must
t xereise prudent reserve regarding Ihe ;
policies of subjecting tlie orient to any j
pi'.ver of absolutism. Japan seeks;
open cooperation and not the oppor-.
: unity to impose her will." 1
FASBSH AND COMMUNIST
Ito.ME. July (i:. p.
and communist horrors
ibriate.i to overthrow the present
Italian cabinet. Reports from the
f.gnt areas declare -" were killed and
3(1 Woiimlco. Reports that stale llos-
!ptal orderlies, cai tying surgeons'
jknics, munlettd the wounded Fascist!
las they ia on tlie grounti wounded or
1 fallen in fighting. Shortly before the
iidjoiiriimnit of the
number if th-o- I
j jties. early
tmlay the Kulfnii; renort i
Senator l.itl'i, enraged at
(lie In i ror of the report
jliie Kovermnent to art.
eaiiea upon i
"We eannot 1
italK peaee,"' he shouted. These iiinr-!
!i1trti-s are worse than oannibals." As
ja rosull of iht- .states position, social-
list groups deeidett to vote against the
j cabinet's program. Tltis leaves only
wliii li arv n
and reformists jri''Jps.
ot Huffii'ient to insure
hacking f the ma.trity, it is believed.
MARKER OF FAMOUS 'OLD
OREGON TRAIL' VISITS
PENDLETON FRIENDS TODAY
The man who rescued' from
oblivion the famous Oregon
Trail which he traversed 69
years ago, is In Pendleton to-
'day. He is Ezra Ivieeker, aged
91. one of the most interesting
pioneers of the West, and who,
in retraced h.'s march
made in early days, back along
the Oreiion Trail to its Eastern
terminus or. the Missouri river,
then across Iowa and Illinois
to his Indiana home.
As he journeyed Mr. -Meeker In
tel ested people along the route
in the importance of commem
orating the Trail. Their fath
ers and grandfathers had help
ed to make it but the past wa
In n fa r way to be forgotten.
The railroad parallels or covers
the Trail for much of its way
today, but there were detours
and stages to be marked before
they were lost sight of entirely.
This was the work of Mr. Meek
er and through his efforts the
Oiegon Trail is marked by mnnu- j other chapter in the controversy be
ments today. The Pendleton j tween growers and buyers since th
monument was erected in 190f. j decision of the Northwest Millers and'
He is on his way from Seattle j Grain Dealer's to disregard the Ala-:
to Pocatellci. Idaho, where next
Wednesday he will under the
auspices of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, speak at
the celebration of Jason Lee's
sermon at old Fort Hall.
Mr. Meeker is a splendid type
of pioneer for which the West is
famous. He is in excellent
health despite his years, and
ib s. ribes himself as "0 1 years
FIGHT BETWEEN DRAFT
EVADER'S BROTHER AND
A. fight bet we
TON. July S3. (V. P.I
een tie presen tative John
son of Kentucky and Charles Braun.
' attorney generals to enforce the law,
j and also for the farmers to meet with
Tl'KI.oi'K. Cat.. July S3. 1 1'. P. I i the buyers. Growers think that by"
Five more arrests have been made as j putting the matter In this light they
Ihe result of Japanese deportations, ; may avoid a lawsuit on their hands.
: Chief of Police Stahl has announced.) onmnui ause Trouble
. r'our persons, giving accounts of the; The legislation about which the con- ,
ffair. will probably cause wholesale , troversy centers was passed in the
; arrests as fast as the parties can be ! Oregon legislative sessions of 1921 and
' located. The arrests so rar are Frank I j.H known as the Ritner bill and similar
Harden,' Bill Borden, alleged truck j legislation w as also passed in Waeh-M-ivers
connected w ith the deports- : ington. It provides that there shall
I Hon; Clarence Hildstrom, a rancher: j i,e n discount on 68 pound wheat but
j and an itinerant worker giving hi i thu for tach pound above 58 pounds,
; name as "Red" Lamar Jackson, a Io- s f one ,)er Cfnt premium ghall be
: en I worker. They are under charges , piiill yor eacn poun(i or fraction of
I of kidnaping and riot inciting. Prac-1 n pullnii below tH pounds, there shall
'ically all the Japanese returned and
are given adcpiaie protection.
of trouble have blown over,
workers are amply supplied.
CLEVELAND. July 23 (P. P.I
Two were killed and the third injured,
when dynamite exploded prematurely
at a brick plant.
CABiNET: MANY ARE KILLED'
HOG UPROOTS WEDDING
RING LOST 25 YEARS !
AGO BY 3 DAY BRIDEi
ST. JOST.1MI. Mo.. (I. V.
S. 1 To the snout of a lummy
l.o Mrs. Uiiu'so K:m; tves re
coer of her juM wedvlim: rin
lost twenty-five years ut:), three
davs after her inarriaiie.
Mrs, King's husband went out
to rihase the porker from the
bariiaru, where it was rooting.
I.okinw dow n he m tieed a filit
tenni; l'inp. Just a little la rubb
ed with thp d it.
The hoii will not be butchered.
He will be kept as an heirloom,
to die his natural death.
GRAIN GROWERS ,
ASK STATES TO
This Ultimatum is Chapter in
Controversy Over Discount
Laws of Oregon and Wash.
FARMERS SEND NOTICE
TO LARGE EXPORT BUYERS
Unless Officials Attend Meet
ing Farmers Will be Inclined
to Wait for Settlement
Enforcement of the recently enact
ed grain discount laws of Oregon and
Washington by the two atates will he
asked of Governor" Olcott and Gover
nor Hart by the Firm Bureau of
I'matlUa and Walla Walla counties,
according to a decision reached at a
joint meeting of the two bureaus here
jthts morning. The ultimatum is an-.
; count laws of the two states.
j 'In addition, it was decided at this
morning's meeting that inasmuch as
'gral.i buyers of Portland, Seattle and!
: Tacoiiia seem unwilling to meet with
, the. wheat growers, word will be sent
I to the Pacific Coast Elevator Co.. Kerr
iCifford Co.. Balfour Guthrie Co. and ;
1 Northern Grain Co. that unless the of-
' ficiala of these comrantes meet with
the iarmers and come to some settle-';
' ment, farmers will be disposed to hold
their wheat which would delay deliv
eries until the matter Is settled. Tlie
! discount laws, authorities state, do not
j conflict with the federal laws.
I W. L. Thompson Speaks. "
1 W. L. Thompson, vice president of
the First National Bank of Portland
1 and president of the Pendleton Ameri
' can National Bank, who is here today,
spoke at the meeting and said he felt
sure that the big grain men will not
refuse to meet In .Portland with a
1 committee of four men, two front
Imatilla county and two from Walla.
i Jt. W. Kltner. who presided, read
j letters from the Portland and Seattle
I Huyers Kxchanges and . pointed out
I that the buyprs expressed themselves
J as being in no fear of the outcome of
I a test case. Fred Steiwer, local at
i torney who. at the last meeting; was In
! favor of a test case, said today that
in his opinion the better course now h
, to ask the governors to Instruct tha
p discount of not fb esTceed .S of oris
Mgn-, l(r. cent n nl piuitjejgrades the dis
Melon C1,u,,t ;a slightly .larger.
j D.ffert ntlals Wore Thrvp Cents.
I During the war. differentials were
1 three cents a bushel so that 60 pound
; wheat was the standard for each grade
j before the three cent discount was
I made. Farmers agree that this was
! fair w hen wheat sold for more than $3
!n bushel but that with wheat at $1 a
j bushel the differential Is too great on
the old basis which the Northwest
Millers and Grain Dealers seek to re
tain despite the new laws.
tWsKY JOXKS IS HAXGKD
HATTIESBI-K.G. Miss.. July 23.
IP. P.I Casey Jones, white, recently
convicted and sentenced for the mur
der of Mrs. J. Mose ley, has been re
moved from the county Jail and hand
ed to 11 trep in thp court yard. An ap
peal to the state supreme court stayed
bis execution, which was scheduled for
! THE WEATHER
Kvporteil by Major I,op Moorhotinn,
!aromtir, Sfl.fi 0.
'' ipytil Tmiltfht and
i-iii-' gnnrtny fair.