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MEDFOTID MATE TRIBUNti, MEDFORD, OKTCOOX, TriiOTAY. OCTOBER 20, 1915
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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
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AN INDBPENDRNT NEWflPAPKR
I'UULIKIint) 1SVHIIY AFTHHNOON
KXCKIT KL'NIMY II Y TUB
Mi:UKO)tU 1'UINTINO CO.
Offlco Mnll Tribune ilulldtnir, 25-27-20
North 'Fir street; telephone 7D.
The Democratic Tim, Tlio Mr.lfgnl
Mall, Tlio Atciironl Trbutie, Tho Bouth
cm Oregoiiun, Tlio Ashland Trliutic.
One year, by mat 15.00
Otio month, by mall .. . SO
,1'cr month, delivered by currier In
Mulford, Phoenix. Jacksonville
and Central Point .... .?...... .BO
RMurday only, by mall, per year.. 2.00
, Weekly, per year 1.50
FIELDS OF GLORY
Official Taper of the City of Medford.
Official Paper of Jackson County.
Kntercd an srcond-rlnss matter at
MedfoTd, Oregon, under tho act of March
, 8, 1878.
Sworn Circulation for 1814, 25SI.
, Full leased wlro Associated Press dls
Bubscrlbors railing to rccolvo
papers promptly, phono Clrcu-
lotion Manager at 2G0-II.
HONG KONG KOLUM
jP1 V JJiBsssssssssssssssff 7" " " ,A
A r'J'lJMN is llio season of perfection.
Nature lias completed her year's work and serenely
contemplates the harvest, pausing i'or recreation ere slip
ping into the winter's sleep to rest and prepare I'or the mir
acle of spring.
Pluming banners of crimson and gold push aside the
starry splendor of the night and usher in the perfect day.
From the fading blades of grass glitter the frost jewels of
the dawn vanishing as mysteriously as thev came, with
the growing splendor of the da v.
Tho glory of the season is everywhere reflected in the
landscape. The living emerald of summer has given way
to tho hectic hues of dying beauty to russet and scarlet
and gold. The gaunt limbs of the forest are gradually
bared as the leaves silently fall one by one, their mission
HUhlJoil. beared grasses restlessly wave in tho gentle
breezes, scattering the seeds of replenishment.
In the air is the magic quickening touch of frost ot
frost that paints the gold upon tho pumpkin, the blue upon
the grape, the blush upon the tipple and upon the foliage its
muiiuuue ot colors.
L ir, the season of Indian summer. A dreamy haze fills
ine air. 'ine sun irom tlio arch ol heaven smilingly show-oi-s
the fading garments of the earth with golden splendor.
Uorgoous sunsets merge tho dying driv and the nurnle
curtains of the night with the silvery beauty of the Octo
October fields, with their natural beauty and bounte
ous harvests, are the fields of glory in tho United Htules.
FOOTBALL SERIES NO. 3
HOW TO TRAIN FOR TACKLINC
Anillow- -Shluro, I.eddy inn InUoo
John. Mnnj Icddi nmjt Jolto when
Tills .Must llavo llevn a Sort of ll.o
(Kroni tho WoHtorn Mnll (Kngland.)
rish-ItodU At St. Paul's church,
(Jrnngotown, Sopt. 8th, by tho Kv.
I). Klfthur, John Fish of Nowcaatlo, to
Kinlly Mury Jtotld of Canllff.
Anyway, It wan thoughtful of
(Ireeco not to call buck hor reservists
until after tho strnw hat cleaning
season. Nov York Herald.
"How do you linlanco your nicaiiH?"
nslod her visitor, of tho now brldo.
"Knslly, What 1 loavo I warm over
for Jack and what ho loaves I warm
over for myfiolf," nnHwered tho brltlo,
Tho lato DavM Graham I'hllllps,
tho iiovoll.it, uotlctid ono morning us
k ho puRsul a curtain hanom cub lu
42dmtrcet, Now York, a fut purbo
lay on tho floor of thn vohlclo. -Pux-
xloil, PhllllpH apoko to tho owner of
tlio cab about It.
"Wflll," huIiI (ho veteran, with n
wink, "whon trado's bad I put It
thre U'h empty and you'd bo mir.
priced 'nt the niiinbor of people who
tuho abort rldoa In niy wilt--Jimt to
Bet hold nrthln cheap old purno that
SlfHu'ft I lu r n In Ciiiiiitcr
Many poor kUIh Hpend their diiyn
In 'ii inlllluury shop. And when thoy
marry iiillllonalroH they Hpeud hours
'1'liln Voiinjf .Imi IMil.Milly Kxteuilinl
Hie "OiMitiMiliiK Aim" KIkIiI!
Il'roin tlio I'lorala, Ala., Nowh- Dein-
l)u(. how about tile fields of glory in Europe?
Tho whisper of the autumn zephyrs have given wav to
the boom and whizz ol death-dealing shells. The filmy
clouds that chase each other in stately procession aeiusy
i ne iiea vens are ouscuren ny man-made clouds creeping
siieiuiy over mo eariu, oxnaiing poison.
Forests are shattered and lisfigured. Fertile fields
are mazes of unsightly tunnels and trenches to expedite
rsla lighter. Yoin them a constant stream of death-dealing
missiles are hurled while streams of liquid fire make a hell
of the majestic autumn night.
Tho only glitter in those fields of glory is the glare of
great guns, the shine of bayonet. The only scarlet, the
iriiiinwii in iiiiiii.ui uioou. uosoiai.ion 01 death has sup
planted the quiet beauty of the setison, and destruction of
humanity by humanity replaced the frost-nainted mino
ra ma of autumn.
The October harvest in these fields of glory is a million
loniDstones a million men in the i lower of life cut. off
Del ore llioir.tjino in the mad bloodfest a million lives re
moved from useful activity, a million hearths desolated.
FILLS 0NLLOOM O ' JL ,-3.
WITM'-Hor , CVTBeirVfe fc (5)
'& TAMU-5 016 LCftP i
. OZk PoR pake. I M
)- M51 !;& I WW
)W J uafr
.i .-ma it.i m 'wso.
9 fli' ON CLOCK! I .sssi.W.
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i ' I Bi U7
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!-iUe other uoeiortr
(C) LrrrirJ6 CLOlHlN6 sroRGPOMrAYFREE-V-PLAHtK
SEES BWPe6AlrJ SUlT THAT STRIKES
v rl5 PAfOO, SAILIAJ6 TUR006II SPACE ArOp
pujes for ir BcrtiKe r&cxs away- he
UrJCOMSOOUSLY 6ETS M RARE -ACKUH6
FORM AFTER 601 NC THROUGH YWlS
BALLOON RI5E5- POLLING (OJBRICK LAMD3
tUTfllN Of-F PACE OFTELSJBPG.OW RUBBER
v ff irvL issssflr
rffl -Pi fife m '
05IN6 KOP ON) VUINJDMILL fO UllrJD OP -S.TRIM6
YlEP TO BOTTOM BLOCK", PRAG6IM6
CAT LOOKS TflROUf.H TttE UJROrJfo D0LLr-SQUe7lN ' T FROM UNOER PILE- Top BLOCK" FALLS
u erVD 06LA5S ArJp"5eE"5 PHOTO K OUT 0GlT-2 ON AUTOMATIC CATcll- UJHICH t?EL6.ASES . a tiM" '
T- v OF MOUSE IrJ THE PlSTKlCe - kfRAP DOOR "
field of glory '(
"Which is the real
WHY NOT BOND THE COUNTY?
T K it is a good plan to bond .Medford for a million dollars
to benefit town-lot speculators, hard-un nronortv own
ers and well-to-do tax-dodders, to trivc them a cash rebate.
why is it not an equally good or bettor plan to bond .Jack-
sou coiiiuy ior ion nuiiion.s and ronato all the taxpavors
the past ton years' taxes?
The delinquent lax list in Jackson county is a long ono.
Every taxpayer would like the tax money returned. Some
really need it. Why not issue bonds and give it to (hem
Why permit our people to suffer'?
Moreover, tho plan has advantages over that nmwosod
for iMcdford under the Alcdynslci scheme. It is fairer, be
cause iwovy taxpayer woultfsharc in the benefitone class
would not be favored at the expense of another class.
If wo can create prosperity by bonding ourselves-" and
taxing ourselves, why not give every one in the county a
chance to reap this prosperity? Every one can got a hunk
of it thou. Of course, the money will JiaVo to bo paid back
but thai is for future generations to settle.
.left Hoard used to say that ho would sign anything that,
didn't come w for thirl v days. That is exact'lv the posi-
iiniioi iiioattvoeaiosoi uio Aietiynsui plan, l.ot tho future
care for itself. (Jive them the 'coin at the city's expense
for thirty days, oven if it spells bankruptcy cveutuallv.
Every argument advanced for the paving rohouding
plan is equally good for the county bonding idea, doing
neodlesslv into debt and forcing the community to pav pri
vate obligations is the cardinal feature of the iiew finance.
ROCKEFELLER EAILS i
10 KEEP OUI SHOPS!
J..,, i... ,.,,.. .
SjTiOhi' Stivol'CW .MiiiiiiIiil.'.
VfinTiSi. Put! I htwr iur ilu
Wug II a lap dsMt?"
".Vb It wuultl IHP wtlilnj."
nial' 41il It db of u
"It died ot h TUMilW."
"1 ni(M. how did H dloT"
"It illvtl uh lu buck."
"1 miB. boH dlit tlw dot MMt 1U
"It didn't mwt It dwtk. it
uwith overtook Ii."
"1 wunl 10 Unpw whui th
"No oui.ijiui evryna for miIIm
raup4 RItHrd t few KttarM "
"Xhk to ku Imv AM It Mir "
"Iliy dun mm a eur: ! wm
Tall ih kl tll'.aAM dW th itog
"Ho mint to tiitltt lrotar ."
-WTjul wh the rwmi"
"Thv dog only latHl u round.''
NHW voiik, ort. :' i:ffmu i.
John I). Itockeft'llcr to evclude all
hiiirountllo btiNluess from the block lu
Vtt .Mtli street fioui Plftb aveniic
(nStxlli ivuue, where he and IiIh ou
have thulr Iioium, Imve fulled and a
(Inn or ait dimlura htu hwkod the
hJsUiIohco or CoiuiuodoiH Morton 1C.
Plum for h Mtoro.
Mr. Itockofeller hai Veu buyliiK
Aery huuw in the blm-k whoro It
was fMrul that biuiumc mlRlit Kot n
lotimom. mti iai two tiouw co
emod wrv voluttd al ; STO.uOO, and It
hm MtlwattMl toilu that hU Hfforu
lu Uut out the kbou Iihi cost lilm
eloM 10 ll.OOO.ooo. llti was unable
Iti mi the I' Unit bom as It wm uh
djjTMood th owner would not sell.
Notice Is hereby glvru Ikat the uh
dortltkted will apply te the elty eou
ell t tie weetlM to he held Nviw.
kr I, IIU, for a lie ve kM malt.
NrUnoiiH attd vMm$ IMuors ih
VtittttlM lM thaH a amUua at H
firm ftf ImmImwm oh kit 11, khtek ll,
lt f iledlrd until Jsjmary 1, tll.
inawl OiUher I. IIU.
:; North Prom St.
Ni:Y YOK'K, t),t. At. -Alimliiim
l.ini'iituV book of fMiiuplvA in mitli-uietu-
whioli lie lueit us 11 selioolbo.v
111 Ih-'l, vlieu he was l." ver nlii,
lirtuiidit !?'-M(l in sule Iteie toli.
Auotbei' Imok 011 e.uiiiilu in coin
iwiiud iutoroat iolil for 4-1 l.'i. t'onit
)wki. filed I- l.iueoln iiiul 111 hi
lmi,lwritiiitr liriiiiKlit from ittf to
?llll. A io-tr ntlvoitiMUjr a spueeh
bv l.iueolu in t'uxor of llariixou mul
Txk-r nt Alton, III., in 1810, t-oM nr
Loss of ApMttlto
Is the first kIkeiuI of disorder and
duouy. The umiul low or appetite
Is often euod by fuHCtloual disturb-
aueee in the stoniaeh. Tho stomaoli
fIls tg do the work required, tho up
petite Is bom, and the body suffers
from laok of uourUhiuont. Such a
Motuaeh neods to bo oleanotl Rn
pweetenetl. Merltol Towlr DlRostlve
Is wadQ opoiaUy to asulst the stoni
aeh to dlnet ftwd, sHd preinoto a
lieolthy appetite This remedy It
gltl on our poettlvo guaranteo, and
We ask you to Rtva It n trial. It Is
n MeHHlue tolr Prlee 51 00. Hole
j Agents, lMftlN' Drug Store.
UOSKIJUItO, Or., O.-t. L'lill.-lfenl
work lief,'iui on Hie Tiller cut-ol'f, the
wiiou road between Hie LTiiiqiui mul
Hoj?iio river, Mo'iuluy. This roiul will
cut off nenri.v forty niile.i between
.Medford mul Ko-elutrg, and put Roif
tyiri: within ti little over 1(10 miles of
('niter hike. It will make lliddle and
Itoceliiti-f; eutfiltiiii: point.-, to ('niter
hike, the Miuie up .Medfurd und (lold
Hill ore nowv when finished.
About $1000 1- on lui lid to slur!
jhe work tin full, the ureeineut he
inif between "the lore-1 sen ice uud
Uuiijjhis niy, ihut for eneh didlur
expended hy IMuyhiH (outitv, niiother
will he spent bv the, fore.( depiiit
nieiit. Tile mute -elei-led follow- Klk
ereek froiii Tiller, mid ulter rro-Miix
(he riu)(iiifitoi;ue divide, follows
down the Trail ereek husiu to the
Koue river, enteiiiij: tho iniiiii ("ni
ter hike hihiiv near what is known
us the Widow JlartinV jilui'e.
To tho editer: Voters, don't be
deceived by tho coiuiuunlcutlonn you
read from day to day lu tho columns
of tho Medford papers. KactH nro
what we want and no ono neods to
sharpen Ills muicll to figure whether
the puvInK will cont inoro If paid In
thirty years tlinirlf paid In ton years.
This pavliiR costs Just so much ond
this amount must bo paid. If wo pay
Intorost for thirty years Instead of
for ten years any fool knows that tho
Interest will amount to more as wo
have tho uso of tho principal loiiKer.
Hut that Is not tho vital question
that confronts tho votem of tho city
of Medford at tlils'tlmo. Tho votors
nro entitled to facts and hero nro
facts. Tho city of Mrdford must lovy
enouRlt mllhifio tnx on tho present
assessed valuation of tho city to pay
tho Interest on tho present nutstuml
InR debt, approximately K70,000
worth of six per emit paxliiR bonds.
The only additional tax that will bo
placed on the budKol If tho .Mcdynskl
plan rooh thrnuRh on Nov. !l will be
enoiiRh lo iav the Interest on tho
amount to be refunded, which Is .ap
proximately Jliiu.iiiio. Flvo per cent
on this amount Is J23.1HIO und to
raise this amount on the present as
bossed valuation of tho city will ralso
your taxes not to oxceod :,k mills
ibroiiRh the operation or the Medyns
Now, oters, hero Is tho final nnal
)sls. If the Medynskl plnn earrlos,
your inone) will bo refunded If you
have paid any -your property roleas.
ed from tho soc.illed liens, nd put In
shape m It will be tin asset Instead
of a liubllitt and your taxos, and
taxes onl), for there will be no nssobs
meuts. for the next flxo Mars will
be not to exceed 1H4 mills hlRher
than the will be If this plan la de
feated, allow Iiir for no rlso lu valua
tion. If your proimrty Is assessed at
12,000, for taxutlou purposes, your
actual rise In taxation duo to the
Mcdynskl plau beliiR put In operation
will bo It 1. 00 each yjmr for tho first
Now be honest with ourselves,
voters and property owners, would
you not be willing to puy this addi
tions.! 5i mills tax on our present
valuation for tho uoxt five xeais
nave me ciunoe lu mo in a com
Miinlty where there Is a little real i
OHsh, to the amoHut of ftrto.onoi
placed Ih the hands of the people.;
from whom It bad beeu UivkhIIv ex-1
traeted. and in a eemwunlty where
yeu ceuld Ht. and know that your.
Hroeort) was not eayluK mere U pro
eortlon to valuation than that of per
haiw j-eur beaker, yur notfthbor. who
way uot be ixiii$ hie presoHt assess
went and weuWt nat pur er other
klwller aseeeement. Or take the rs.e
of our fritiid. Mr Marshall 1hh
artlile on the 4ifstlou of the Mflu
kl plan appeared In tho Sun of Octo
Mr. Marshall owns n ranch and
orchard In tho southern part of tho
city, which Is partially laid out lu elty
IoIh. As the records will show Mr.
Marshall does not pay hla pavliiR uh
ucsBinent under the present plan. Mo
uses tho saulo water that' wo (who
nnvu 10 pay ji.iiu per month, In ml- Alllr.iXh, (let. 'Jti. .110ll1er eiiin
vntico, for n small homo and fifty foot ne erihis hits been narrowly nt cited
lot) do for IrrlRutlnc his orchard. 1 Duriim 11 debute in (he ehuiuhei' of
His .bill ror tho full flow from two j deputies 11 difference of opinion de
hydrnntH, one 011 Holly street and ono eloped between Stephen Dinouniis,
on Oukdalu street, for tho IrrlKatlnn . miiii-ttM of linuiiee, mid Kleiilherios
iiGiison of July and AiiRiist 1H was , Ven-'elo-, foimer premier, nnd leader
I2S.80 or less than tho normal
for ten homes. Your nozzlol was on the sulijeet o'' Turkish prop-
must not bo inoro than H Inch while
bo Rots tho full flow from two open
threo Inch hydrants. Ills bill for
$2 8. .10 ww) rendered December 8,
l!t I uud was pnld In advance???
AiiRiist 2(5, 1 y 15. Why this favorit
ism? Is It because ho Is n frlond of
Voters wake up. The Medynskl
plnn Is hlltliiK n few of those howl
ing asalust It. Hotter see If tho howl.
Iiir they art- doliiR Is for tho protec
tion of thcmsolvos or for tho sake
of tho people of Medford,
fitf to the city hall, If you doilbt
thoso flRiiros nnd you won't need to
flRiiro yourself, the city pays Koss
and Samuels for doliiR this for you.
EAIUi H. l-'KMIi.
Momber of tho IludRet Commltlco.
of the nuljnl'itv put t v. The debute
Some Years Agone
ernes in Mtu'ciloniu, winch were eou
fisenti'd 11 Iter the Miill.nii war. I lent -ed
return ks were oxcliiiliyed und theiv
were cuiitiiiit interniptioiis from the
NIBLEY, SR..T0 BACK
BEET SUGAR FACTORY
"Thanks Tor your nolo of October
17th. It does look like tho lironosl-
tlon oiiRht to ro. I huvo jhown myi
roou initu uy uuvaucinR jnuuo in
cash, und promlshiR to furnish from
1200,000 to 1100,000 for operating
I.ako City. Utah, to I- S. Urninwell
nnd Alex Nlblcy, In this city nt tho
present time In tho Interests of tlio
establishment of a $000,000 beet
siiRitr factory In the Uoriio Itlver val
ley. Tho letter was received Monday
mornliiR, nnd illsslpatos all sir cot
argument that tho flnnnclul bnckliiR
of tho proposed Industrial proposition
wan doubtful. It shows that all that
Is nfcked of tho Horiio Itlver valley Ih
slRUiitures lo 3000 ncres under ft flvo
Tlio above Is an extract from a let
ter from Illsliop C. W. Nlblcy of Salt
(Hen II. I.umpmnti in Hie Gold
Some years iifjono, when he was
younir, the lir trees talked with him;
the maple-, milled in kindred ionitiio
the old onks enlled him "Jim." And
he litis told me Hint he grieves the
loiiK-forsotten lote of leave thoe
spuit son-js the xupliugs made when
firt they ea-l 11 pleu-unt slinde. For.
so he hitys, the lree.s 11 m glud to lend
them to (ioiP-. scheme; to yield 11
lance to (Inluhud, orju-t to stand uud
dream. He i-ihs und .-ays lie ucd to
he in fellowship with every tree.
Iwnl, that your oar uiny uexer dull
to nulure'h liurmouitv; or the kind
woodland eeuso to lull -I have 110
wish mivo these, l-'or he bus lold me
that it -eeius n rievoiiN lo-i- to lose
oneV dieiim-. He pities llioie who
yen 111 uud stnud in banishment fiotu
luiryluiid. l-'or, mi he say-, the elan
of elods turns from the wile of youth,
to wunder after xiH"-et' xod" . . .
uud mourns the Truth, lie sit-hs uud
says he ucd lo hold no I love more
fine than autumn's old.
Sonic ,oors iiRone In- knew their
speech, they siiur uud sighed with
him; and he was cou-iu-kiii to each
the old oak willed him Mini." And
so I linked him what uiutht be loudest
memory or a ttee. If, jested I, the
dying fir leuiembered might to com
foil her He mi id yon smitten shatt
was eld a thounnd vetitv r mote
nnd yet it blocil the nit it held
Migue 4-enturies before. He sighs .mil
siin he usi-il to be in lellowshtp w'ith
French Remedy Aids
.Stomach Sufferers .
A WOMAN DOCTOIt
says, "ICuRonlcs Is a necessary factor
In tho future of tho race. Tho nver
iiro Anierlcnn girl Is unfit for niother
hood." This may be true, but If
weak and allliiR Rlrls pnssliiR from
Rlrlhood to womnnhood would only
rely, as tlioiisantls do, upon I.ydln 1-J.
Plnkhani's VeRetnblo Compound- -that
simple remedy mntlo from roots
and herbs, to rostore tho system to
n normal healthy' condition, It would
cause many Ills from which they buN
for to disappear, So that motherhood
mfght become the joy of their lives.
.NOT A MOVINO I'lCTl'ItU
Franco has been called the nation
without stomach troubles. Tho
French have tor Ronoratlons used a
slmplo mlxturo of vegetable oils that
relievo stomach and Intestinal all
monts and keep the bowels frco from
foul, poisonous matter. Tho stomach
Is left to perform Its functions nor
mally. Indigestion and gastritis van
Mi. Mr. Geo. II. Muyr, n loading drug
Rlst of Chicago, cured himself with
this roinody lu n short time. The de
mand Is so great that ho Imports
thoso oils from Franco nnd com
pounds them under tho name or
Mu.vr's Wonderful Itomedy. People
everywhere wrlto nnd testify lo (he
marvelous rollufthuy huvo received
using this remedy -one doso will ild
the body of poisonous nccrotlons thnt
have accumulated for yonrH and con
vince tho most chronic Hitfferer fro. 1
stoniaeh, liver or Intestinal troubles
Mnyr's Wonderful Itomedy Is no Id
by leading druggists overvwhere wllh
tho positive understanding thnt jour
money will be terunded without
question or quibble It ONK bottle
rails to give you absolute satlsruetlon,
the groat est comedy
WHERE THE CROWDS GO
l-'IIIOAV, OCT. Utl
'I'hii Iiowh only, one In ofli'inoon
and one In ou-Jiliig.
WIIKUM Till: (ItOWDS (JO
Medford's Leadlrva Theater
Dally Matinee 2 p 111. Evening 7 p m.
LAST TIME TONIGHT
"The Sweetest (Jill on
In four nets of beaut v
Save The Baby
Use the reliable
u . upouuua cvciy pan oi tns poay t mcienuy. - 1 1 1
loi Endorsed by thomands of PhyslcUns. IjladlOlllS L-,OUntrV
I Mothers and Nutsrs the world over for " ,lT . J! - ji"
more than a quarter of a century. iuK. AND JVlKp.
Convenient, no cooking nor additional ! SYDNEY DREW
How John Came Home
An Unseen Enemy
reaturiiu the two clinrinii
l-iisn .Sistei's, Dorothy and
Speeial tatiuee Prices ."-10
cents. Kvciiiiu;, ."), IO-iihI r,
The 'Home - erf
inilkiequlred. Simply dissolve in Mater.
Aetecs when other foods often fail.
Sample fret, HORUCK'S, Racin; Wit.
gTNo Substitute is"JustosCood"
O un HORUCK'S, tha Orlulnal
J0K11 A. Perl
18 8. llAimiKTT
Phones M, 17 anil 17-JI
AsalMlmjc tiorilc LV)rvr
anil 'I "msbwhbkmwhbps
1 Marv i
I Pickford j
I In m
1 "Fanclion the Cricket" I
'I LAST TIME TONIGHT I
,1 Herrmann ttiR ftrnnt i
m liuming rriuay
1 N"i . M.vii- i'. 1 i, 1