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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1919)
(Hty iEugftmig HrraLd
OF KLAMATH tuuwn
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,556"
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1919
Price, 5 cent
New Attorney General
Named by President
I'rr-ldrnt Mnrilie nt lliviil of Pnrnde
(or lb-turning Soldier In Vll
Inilon Anidenl Mum (ilnitl CVp.
brailun UnlliMiii EMiipes limn
rorMU Itmiiiiirs Otllrlnl llutici.
WASIIINOTON. I C , Fob. 27.
, Mitchell Palmer lilt loen muni
nittd by President WIImiii to bo III"
nttt Attorney General, nnrcci'dlng
Mr. On-gory HI resignation m
illtn properly iiuKnlliin linn not been
itnounccd, mill there In no Indication
11 to who luuy kikci'M IiIiii,
Mr. Painter will probably tnkn onth
otoBlif.cn March 4 tit. when Gregory
bit ikcd in tm retired,
TO COME BACK
T. U. of Kliiiiintli Falls tutu (in nuil In
n Biilmlniilliil help toward making up
tlio quota (or thu city unit tlio ru
hioiwo from (ho country In becoming
It U lli HMrlt shown by thorn) ,
tliliiKH (hut encourage your tomiiilt-1
tuo lo belliive Kliiiiintli County will.
incut Its responsibility In niivIiik lives
In tlio Ntinr KiMt Itcinombar that '
uvory dollnr of cxpeiine, either hero In '
Klumiith County or In tint dlntiibu.!
tlon of tlio liioucy when rulniM, has
already Iiimiii irovldi!il fur. If )ou '
siv ten iioihiiK loo .cunu of uvory Now Reported to Have Whip
mum piirn iiu niiriui; livi-n nun
rnllovltiK-HUfforlnK. Alio rouinmhor; Hand in Affair
Hint I he Hod Cross Is hack of tliUj
movomunt mill ban contributed to
llin fund nt tint dUpOKlit of tho com.
mlltro for relief In tlm Hour Emit, The
Red Otitis declined hnwaver to be
come rmp(in;lblo for llio work bo
riuiku thu field wnu iiliomly officiant
ly covered nnd duplication of offort
menu! dUilrutlon of cixpruno.
I'lcturo to yoiirMilwii iih ncaily uh
yon ran tho awful miffi-rlng In linn
munition ruvnKud by tlm Turk whrio
lin ImH ii 1 1 cm pt ii to iiltorly deMroy
whole Christian uutloiiH, mid t lion
roulUo Hint your picture m-.i nothing
toinpured to tlio fcurfut .ruth of
rondlilonii, mill glvn iih genmniiHly
nn you ca n. Von cannot gu to ti
Tlin drlio In Klumiith Full Ittudf
will bo put on Friday, thu 28th und
It U exported (hut Ilia ijuoln assign
cd to th ii City will bo raised wlihout
difficulty that mmti dny
Tacoma Man Nominated
Ambassador to France
ARE WORKING QUIETLY
WASIIINOTON. I). C, Kcb. 27.
TtO rrtiklcnt ycMonlny nominated
Dr' llanh Campbell Wallace of Tn
wan the mat ambassador to
WA8IHNOTON. 1) C. Feir. 27.
Kornian HupKood of Now? York ha
t nomlnuti'il ns milliliter to Don
mirk, luccvedliiK Dr Mnurlco Egim,
who resigned recently on account of
WASIIINOTON. I). C Feb. 27.
Tbe Prcililont linn accepted nil Invl
titlon lo ipciik In Now York nixt
Tuwday iiIkIu mi tlm cvn of liU Null
latitaln for I'nuicu. lit n inootltlR of
rirloui loclcth-ft for thu I.i'Uguo of
Nations. Kx l'ri'nldent Tuft Is ox
Pctcd to ppnk ut tlio Kiimu tnoolliiK.
WARIIINCTON I). C, I'cb. 27.
I'rmldcnt Wilson ninrrhliiK with n
ilnilnK vtrldo mid HlioulilurltiK
bl."K. ltd tlio pnr.iiln down I'cnn
Jlvinla avenue today In honor of
Army alrphines and dlrlKlbleg hov.
rtl ovtrheid DurliiK the relehrn
Hon xn nrmy captive HUUHnRo balloon
krolw from Itn nmnrliiK and nwopt
"r the city u landed nine mllon
y. Pilot Muiitemtiii MeMIIInn Ih
Wle,vcd to liioo Jumped In a intra
chiito. I'AUIS, Kb 27 Premier Cfonion.
WMrcsumeiJ lil offlrhl IiibUs loduy.
i OWNER FOR
rrletuli nf Former Kmpcror Net or
(i'mm- Up Hope nf HenturliiK Hint lo
Tliroiii llne Hern HhlppliiK Mil
iiilloiix nml Hlorini; Tlirm In Their
lliMiii-n (or Some Time to TliN Knd.
I'HYHKWI.I.Y HI'K.KlNi TIIKUK
may iik im: mi:iu:. hut i.k-
(l.tl.l.Y THKItK IS NO SUCH
THIXtJ. KAYS COL'IIT
MAKICL. Kob. 27.-Tlint tho mon
iiri'hiMtit of (liiriiiiiny liuvo not rIvuii
up all hopo of tho old-tlmo conditlonn
and that plans aro under way for tho
ro-M oration of tho former rcuhiio In
thu decided opinion of n number of
tho llurlin correxpondcutK, who look
(or u moo to brine thin condition
about at an early date.
They OHtcrl that the old oclal cIiibh
linn been gradually getting tho whip
hand Hlnco Jnmiary 13th, and that It
now hold thu government In tin
It Ih Bald that a Inrgu number are
still loyal to tho former emperor,
who ban been regrfrded as something
of a martyr uliico ho went Into cxllo
In Holland, und Hint they are ready
to iet.t him ngnln on Ills throne.
To thlK end munitloiiB of all kinds
have been quietly tttored In homes
during thu past weeks.
1 W ' 1
IS KILLED IN
Will Wait Until He Returns
, llnctlvc and Ih of particular benefit lo
! tho bunlncBH IntorestB of tho county,
iunBiiinch oh It concentrates a pow
orful Influence that can be used In
the intelligent and beneficial dcvelop-
I ment of the various reiourecH of the
! county. This work, a a natural out-'
romo, miiBt brlngdlrect results to Its'
promoters and It Is this that makes '
It particularly attractive to the live'
business man. I
j A committee was appointed to cot-1
late data and pieparc a letter to the
Commercial Club of I'ortlund and '
KiiRcnc, bearing on the commercial
Importance of Klamath' Falls and
csklng for assistance In securing the,
resumption of construction work on '
the Natron cut-off. It Is tbe Inton-j
Hon of the Association to lend all of
BACK) lls support to the carrying through of BIRD RESERVE TARI Fn
Ibis enterprise. Thp members of, ' mE.U
thl.s committee are Mcssis. Wlnnek,
sheets and C. I. Hoberts. j
ed placing those present on record as
.being in favor of the reviving of thei-
V.'llllllt;, Villi VIIIIJ ,11111 1'llllfilll "3IU IJ
I an organization their heirty support.
Would Regulate Livo.K-.Ir
Running by Giunty Vote
HcpiiliJItuns .leelairil lo he K-skiI. iuon unanimously anopi- i...M.Ume ,.,. (, , A,,. lMt
hli) If Thry DrfratiMl VIclory Ihmii
HIM lo I'nreo Kiirly Session His Commercial Club nnd pledging such
Iti'tiirn Said Vllitl lo titleless "of the
1,1'iigur of .Vol ions'.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Feb.
OMXJO.Y CASUALTY MST TODAY.
Xigbl, Hut Palled lo Complete the
YVori r.iilnl lo Finish Tmlaj.
TiiiiiiiIo Project Measure Passes
Holli House-. . ',
.Mechanic Charles It. Friez, .Tuntiirn,
27- Private Theodore It. Ilerg, Dallas.
"WfcCTIIH IIKSI'OXHK IH UK.
t'EIVKIl litoM HKVKUAh OUT.
8HKJHSTItlflM. DltlVK INC1TV
t.i?. v?" rc,u,l," ' "10 "Wwt
iik.'. n,al1' r""t', 'Itiotn of
"50 for Armonlii, Hollof camo
"one r or school toaehon.,
rhiu r tho w,,y tl,u tenohora and
"Wren ro ,lnMK I(i n ft wny U)
hk. "l,l('r ,00,, Blt "l ond
xenotke .,,, oaphor f)f th. Up,
iVhirf nl" Scl,0(" f,1"'o In
h.! T ,,or ,'1,0l,t '" "" lwlt of
JJ quota of ilfl Hvw. uico ,'roclnct.
now 0," n ' " " rm'0R0"0 f0nc"ton
rih.ii ' 1,rcrll,rt wl" l,,ore l,,Bn
ClI,'U0,i'' Tll noxt ''"' oni.
Ctcck fn ' """ '0ft 1,,H ,0r0nl
S?sivui1 n,,ou ot u, pro-
I M.hi KnrotiB chock from
Klfiih r' n""' ,0 mnl(u M,ro '
took ,"ly Hl"'Ulrt U" lu 8"r8
wok buck a rovelnt boob .....i
s more, Toduy tho w, 0,
Who wants a key to a perfectly
good court bonne? If ttoiueoiiu will
bo good enough to Mop right up in
front and answer this question, It
relievo tho embarrassment of
Architect IC. K, McClurnn,
whoso supervision thu structure on
block .16 was erected. Today Mi.
McClarun gave to Contractor Dmtan
bis flittil certificate, which Is equiv
alent lo saying, "Well done, old man,
Ret your money." Then McClnrtit
B'.'trlcd out to Ret his money, and vis-J
lied tho County Court, with Judg"" '
lltmnoll In' tho chair, und Hanked on ,
each ditto by Commissioners Short mil i
Fordyco. Tho meeting was cordial, i
hut I hero Vus no bending of tho t!c-!
toimlnatlou of tho County Court to INITIATION
have nothing to do with tho structiirii
Mr McClnrnn tendered. Tlio kcysj
to tho now building wero presented
t.nd dot'lluod. Then tho nrrhlter.t
mnda u reqiiost for n Hettlemuut for
his Borvlcos, which tho County Court
recused to consldur, stilling that they
know nothing of it contract with him
tir nnynno olso for tlio erection of n
building on block .IK. Tlioro win
nothing strained about tlm meeting.
and tho purling was with inutunl 'ix
t resalons of good wilt.
Tha next stop In this complicated
pioblem will bn (ho eommoncomeut
of a Hull by Mr. McClaron to compel
tho payment of hi fees, Tho snino
proceodlng will bo followed by Con
tractor Dugnn, who will mnko nppli
cation for tho balance ho clalnn- to
bo duo, and If this Is not paid nnd
It will not bo then ho also will
bring suit to collect It .
OKNKYA. Feb. 27. Thu Swiss
newspapers aro today printing a ills
pulch from llurlin, stating that owing
to a sudden suspension of tho armis
tice negotiations, tho Uerman com
mission has left .Spa for llerlin.
Tho reason for the suspension of
the negotiations has not been given.
under' i,ut it Is bolluvcd they uro only sus-
..: .. .. .
ponded temporarily, us
no Intlmutlon of a crisis.
HUGH C WALLACE
President Wilson yesterday an
nounced the nomination of Hugh (.
Wallace of Tacoma, Wash., us am
bassador to France. Mr. Wallace,
who Is a lifelong friend of the Presi
dent and has often participated In
confidential conferences at the White
House, Is to till tho vacancy caused
by tho resignation of William Graves
SAL.CM. Feb. 27 The plans to
I President Wilson conferred with thb Private Walter E. Leavens, Portland, adjourn the legislature .last night
I henatorg Here today nnd re-Iterated all severely wounded. ! failed and
his determination not to call Congress
1 into an extraordinary session until
ho returned from Franco ngnln
I He said If the Republicans defeat
' cd the Victory Loan Hill-to force an
early session, they would be respon
I slblo for Its failure, regardless of
) their attitude. There will be no ses
sion until bis" return. He snld tho
J success of the Leigue-of Nations plan
is inovldable. I
iPIC IUTC III
ELKDOM ARE ON
HALL TOMORROW NKillT HKi
Tho Klumuth Falls lodgo of KlkB
will bo n busy bunch for the rost of
tho week for big things aro about to
occur In Elkdom.
At tho mooting and Initiation this
evening which will be fenturod by an
Inspection of Deputy (Jrand Kxnlted
Ilulor Charles 11. Uurggrnf of Albany,
a program and feod Is bolng nrntngod
nnd ono of thoso good times, which
makes tho world seem, to roll along
oaslor for n wook aflor attendance,
Is assured those who nro on hand and
It Is expected that there will bo n
lurgo number out.
Tomorrow night Is tho big Annual
Klk.1 Ilall which Is onu of tho main
social events of tho your and ono at
which tho mils and their wives and
sweethearts mnko it u point to get to
gether for ono grand old time. This
ovont will start tomorrow ovenlng
and bo concluded some tlmo Satur
day. Kverybody lias such a good
I ii... tintt tlmif ttiin'i linnv wlinn to
qirlB nro Planning a I, gh time tomor., ,.
row night at the Moose Hull to, na Wflr &
which all girl inomberBO tho seboo ' mQn
jnd tho Alumni aro nskod. Mothers ampor Horotofor on social
of the High School girls nro especially , sUvtlo3
inviioii ami aro in uo mu -t
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
The Klinmth Falls High School
honor, A foo of twenty five rents Ih
to bo charged tho otliora. Just what
Is In Btoro In tho way of ontortnln
inout Is hold back as u surprise but
those who nttond are assured of n
RKCOVKRS -FROM II.LNKS8
J, Slator, manager of the Palace
Murkot l-s able to bo nt his office
ngnln after n few days lllnwt. 4
TIIK ANKKNY CANAL
The attention of the land
owners Is called to thu fact that
If they full to tako any uctlou
for the retention of the power
und power pobslbillties nppurtc- 4
mint to tho Klamath project,
t hoy are going to lose that be-
longing to the Ankeny canal.
And who says that the land own-
or did not pay for the Ankeny
canal? It cost the project ap-
proximately $110,000. This
figure is not absolutely correct
und we have not had tho tlmo to
get the correct sum, but It Is
close enough so that uo injury 4
will bo done to either side.
When tho reclamation service
acquired for tho land owners tho 4
Ankeny canal proporty, It paid
$50,000 for It. In addition it
gavo paid up water rights for
about 1,799 acres of land. This
represents a valuo to tho pro-
Jcct.of $53,700. Add to this the
cost of the Lcuvltt lot for a pow-
or plant nnd othor Incidental ox- 4 '
pciihcs charged to this property ,
nnd you will hnvo your total of
$110,000. This Is Uio proporty ,
that has just been appraised as '
bolng worth $21,300, nnd which ;
tho government is getting ready !
to pass on to somonno olso be- '
cause tho land owners do not 4
PRIZES GIVEN FOR
I The follnwlni? TIlo-li Sclionl at,,.
dents nro announced today as wln
nors in the essays on the Armenians,
for which ten dollars was recently
offered by President J. W. Siemens of
tho First Stato and pavings Hank:
Florence Dillnrd, Freshman class;
Grace Hoagland, Sophomore class:
Anna Hackland, Junior class, nnd
Warren Dennett, Senior clitbs. The
ten dollars was divided equally
among tho four classes.
Sirs. Charles Wood. Eberleln, Mrs.
G .A. Krause and Mrs. House Soule
Ilrattoi were the Judges of the contest.
and the body is expected to
complete its work today.
The bill by Mrs. Thompson to reg--ulate
the livestock running at, large
by county vote was killed In the sen
The bill providing for the comple
tion of tbe Tunnlo project passed the
senate The house passed a measure
creating a commission for delln-
nunnt ilpnpnrlpnt rhIMrnn nml nnnrn.
WAS PROMINKNT pilating $0,000 for this purpose. Tbe
senate concurred in the house Minor
amendment to" tbe $5,000,000 recon-
A.HS SUI-,struclin bonds bill.
llio senate indeimiteiy postponed
tbe bill relinquishing Malheur Lake
to the government for a bird reserve.
IN CITY AFFAIRS OF THIS CITY
FOR NCMBKIt OF Y
CIDKS IN CALIORN1A
Calif. (Special to the
woman who suicided
in one of the local hotels a few day.s
LKAVKS FOR HAY CITY
Manager -V. II. Parker of the
ago has been Identified by a travel
ing man as Mrs. Ted Conrath of Klamath Development Company left
Klamath Falls. She as registered Uls morning for San Francisco to
as "Mary It. Jackson, Seattle," This Iook after business Interests. He ex
is said to be her maiden name." ! ,)ects to return about the middle of
This brief dispatch conveys the
first information that tbe people of
this city had of the death of one who,
but a short time ago, was one of the
leading figures in the civic and social
affairs of this city. Ten years ago
Mrs, Conrath camo to Klamath Falls
- and being filled with a belief in tbe
,gieitness of this city, she invested
heavily ineal estate, among her in
vestments being the building known
as the Jackson apartments. Tho ,
-ASIIIFR ROGHRS OF FIRST NA
TIONAL HANK WILL 11KAD F.'.Y
TIIRI'RISINO HODV FOR COM
l.'(i YKAR. PLANS ARRANGED
unforeseen set-backs that retarded,
tho development of this section of
the state, brought about financial
difficulties (hat resulted In the loss
of her fortune and during" tlic past t
year or so the deceased had to en-j
counter many financial difficulties,.
nuil it is believed uy her friends that
PRCPARATIONS FOR I JOLL1FI
CATION COMMENCING LAST'OF
WEEK AM) ENDING ON TL'ES-DAY
Ono of tho "signs of (lib times"
Prop nations for tbu inauguration
"'lM " "-' """ i" ,, ...M.h
these so wounded her pride and splr-f " Ilrst jnnua' -"""" """" """"
its as to temporarily unbalance her- will open In this city next Saturday
mlnil anil cause her to eominlt the ejeiilng. nv piogresslng rapiaiy, auu
own It. Who paid for It In tho was the gatheilng last ovenlng of the rash act that ended her Iifo. About as the vaiious plans are developed.
Ilrst placo? And It tlio govern- IiusIiiofs men of. tho city at tlio' first ' two cyars ago she married Ted Con-iaud coordinated, tlio promoters of
ment soils it to prlvato Individ
uals for tho appraised valuo,
who wilt mnko up tho loss of
$S8,000? You will make i( up,
Mr. Land Owner, and all you
will have, to bIiow for this loss
will be u record In tho minutes
banquet that has been given by tho rntlu
last Mrs. Conrath was possessed of a
the festl,il .ire becoming more a"
more enthusiastic and what started
Mnrphnnlu' AcKnniiiHmi ctnt'n
.. ......... ... .,...... .. u...w ,.... ,lip, Y.VSUK11II 1S I'HBBir-ril IJ, , - . .. ,
' ... ... '...-. In-e Infnrmal
hummer, it .nown -a re-awakening mosj. lovable disposition. Always op- out lo ul- ot n imu t
of the spirit of progress that Ins tlmlstic, gloom meltcM in her pros-'character will develop In to one of
laid dormant for ninny months. Fol- onm ami lm wns nlw.iva vivlntr nut the biggest events for lun anu nui.
lowing tho luncheon, which was sorv- words of cheer .and comfort to thoso .that this Mtv has ever seen.
od In tho Moose Hall, a "family con-, whose troubles she was always ready , the big it.itur
a! tiL iipni,nA,Hnir( nt vmii lmm,1 A I fel'nllCO" WAS had nnd It WHS rofrPftll. r. L,l,n,A A fM- v,ihn tcr,t ali, inn' will be 1P V?
. ... ,..uv.v-...na,w. ,... w... r- -- , vw ..... ..,.. ,..,, -ow .v . , .
of directors, that tho nrlce. yoiT Ing to witness the spirit of co-opera- a verv ao.tlvo nart in the civic boautlfl. , juncts that nave open imi'
" I . .. . . . .- T- .
aro paying for your Bharo In tho ,tion unit was evident throughout tho cation of her adopted city, and ono the
ires of'tbe opening night
arlous tomfoolery 'an-
project "does not include tho
power or power possibilities."
Is that your understanding?
Do you wnnt to throw away
prbperty for which you paid
$110,000, and then makeup thu
loss of $8S,000? Just study
this ono proposition ovor, Mr,
ontlro ovenlng. I of tho enduring and commendable
Tho Election of officers for the results of her enterprise and porslst
'ensuing year was bold, whon the fol-' once aio tlio recoptnclos for waste
lowing were chesen: Piesldent. Los-, paprs and rubblhh' that" are to bo
lie It. Rogeis, cashier of tho. First found" along Its main thoroughfare.
National Hank; Uro president, II. N, it was the reception of her offorts
east to aid in tae """
addition to tho customary' para-
pheiinlla P. be many Innovations
that wl 1 ' - unique as well as lro
ductho of the objective of the Mar,!
Grits- a guod tlmo. i''
The ladles In tbargo of tho.ro-.
... ,,. - iw.
Moe, of tho Woman's Store; trensur- in this dlrdctlon- that w:as, perhniw, f reshments, hae, like ail oi no
Iltees cuenumi i"-" "v;
or. Percy Evans, of tho bunsct Groc- the bitterest disappointment of her er comm
Uoft to tho elected officers. The so- iri-ntitudo. of which Klnnrath Falls Hluilng the cntlr-s ovoniug.
. . " I ..... .
i.,.i n , .i t, .',i ."' cry. Tho solertion of a secretary was life. With characteristie. civic u- ties to in-Hide the serving or. i
v it you nave ouun, or huh uro .... , ., ., , . " ' ... , , . ,i tiit niilv on tae
PoitinL- .imam doni-' Acond Monday of March was tho dato has reason to blush with slinmo, lior flM Intend, d to do this 0UI),V
Bottlni , a i square deal. nniod for tho next meeting, while it labors were Erected with ridicule at j last ulgl... but the cnthWl"W ?
,, is exiicctod that bvery member of tho tlmo, only later to be measured at thoso In cba.ge caused a WaflM
8 IIA'ATION ARMY tU ABSOolntl" wlu ,)Q I'resont, as their true woith, but tho appreciation ths par: nf tho proBrnirtrV.
' ' 'ivoimi-iiii'ivra well as a largo number of now mom-' camo too' Into to bo of real valuo to l i" all otln r lines. The 1 eerie ss v
noiUir.K iihAJ',s , ,, ,,,. , ... ., ... ... .... i i,.. !,,, mm) oved to furn-
ilium, viiuiiiiiiiiuu on iiieiiiuoisiiiii, con-, too person wno oxpenuou -ao inucu
i liars. Comiulttco on membotship, con
M. Sawyer, representing tlio. slating of George U. Walton, Percy .energy and enthusiasm
Salvation army from Portjand who Kvnns and Carl L. Plath, wns niv summation of a plan that was
gavo a locturo on tno worK or tpis pointed, ami duiiug tho noxt
. . . .. . i : .i. ..., i, is icinn piuiiiujcu
tno person wno oxpenuQU -ao mucn m"' " "vv -r- cs.inr.
sli the music ior juv m-- r-v
' . nv ,M.iiltifr willL'll itoa
llll-,J . . ,, . -.
wishes of me ""'"""",
two' tlin honnfil nr tlin Ontlrn coinmiinltv. ' to suit tbe
organUatlon at the Baptist Church j woolts this committee will cnll upon ! There is not a person who know Mrs I ins. . , .
last night, left th.H morning for Horn-, every business man In the city who Conrath but who will bo shocked and i In ndddlon to the (isnuuB
biook, whore she will give another It not n member and give him an op.
Hflitrpna Imfnrn rnlllrnllli? linrlli Rhn: iiiflntill, In int tlm nacrtlnllAti nnKltl
.... . v0 ... v tv ....... .D .. ... ..wji, ,,..,.,J IW JVIH IIIU UDPi'VIIIIIIMI, ,,,o.
iiiiin,la u fln .tiAalliinr Iiaka Inol ultvl, I,. n .. nA-n.. I..I (.. Jl.nl !..,. 1.1 I....... I
-4'-. j nt.v iHvviiua .(u.v Mv niiii la 4tll UIUUI-UI!U11 llltll Dliuillll uniu
and an enthuslnstio Intoroat In tho enrolled oyery man in the city who
Salvation Army work. u eligible, its flold of work Is dis-
.. . ...mi
- , . . . mil mil
grieved by tho news of her death and Mil be a numtior 'f "'";" ," s0
will now give Hint which should havn,udd to the fuu of 'the 0X0.nlnJS..
-nmn an fl-nnlv- In M,n unci ivn,'.,l, nf Hint, as OnO of the' prOfflOWW. Vg
kindness, appreciation, affectionate
bat, as one ot me- i'"srvTVs;
mlnuto f' uvoryono.