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OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMMH tuumi
Thirtccnth Yr No. 3,570
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919
II PART OF I
Question Is Now Finally De
cided by Council
ENEMY IS RATIONED
rjlormu, yuiintlilt". of ''hI
Milppnl I'"" Girmnii) !.
Mnnlli l) .lll"l Pn'r WINim
I, lir,'oliiiiil-(i'riiiiiM) llomi
dar) Xu iiiK Drtrrmlmil
XKW VOItK Mmrh 15 --Sil'riilnry
Tumulty bns u iiiininceil Unit ho hut
bid " rahliRriiiti from llm President
which Hated tlmt ll' "Plenary Conn
fll" bi positively dciidml tluit thu
Uiu of Ntttlotw Ih to In' a part of
the pcare treaty
Tumulty Imil inked tliu President
It tbfrv nu t nil ti In the story
that the Ioukiii' milil not lui Incor
porated in the pence treaty, mill thu
Prfildtnt' reply showed t tint thorn.
hid bct-n no cliiiiiKx In thu program.
his Inline nt tlin Hotel llaldwln, whimi (JiTy GIRLS FLOCK
mi Informal ieceitlnti uiih helil nnil1 rfc.WVi,
whom tho Htumlor tot. I nmiy uf tlm' TO GYM CLASSES
llllitriiitllllg experience lie has hail dur-
IllK IiIh iibmmi'ii Tim foriiml Invltn-'
tlnn to lm pii'ximt nt tlm hiiiiiimt that ' 'I'lin new ladles KynilliiHlltm clan i
In to Me given In IiIk Iiiiihii noxt Tiles- which Ih to lie conducted em It Wed-
ilny evening was oxtcnihtil to him nesdiiy tifciilng nt tliu Kliiinnth Ka!
Todnv tlin Hmiutor Ih Imny aiding Hoys' Athletic Club here, gives prom. '
u tint piupitmtloii of tlin argument !" f being n great HiitrcsH, ns nbo'it
lint In to nppeiir In tlu Htiitn piunpli. fifty ladles wore pic-sent tile first
let In lielmlf of tlm iimcndinmit to evening. TIiIh Ih tliu flrnt opportunity '
tliu Ntntii (oiiKtltntlon permitting which linn been offered tbo Inelln of,
counties to voiti IioiiiIh up to flvo im- ' "'' !'' fr ph)Hiiiit training and thoy.
rent of their hhkiihhi'iI viiluiitlon fornri apparently resolved to take nil-
highway construction Thbi nigii
llient will linvit In lie In the IiiiiiiIk of
llm Hi'i'iulury of statu lieforn Mnrrli
2K. Tilt' i()Hl of IiiivIiik this argument
appear will liu 175 011 ami u III be
paid by the (looil UoiiiIh Association I
vantage of It.
IIRU8HKI.K March 15 Tliu tlor
min delegate to tint lonforonce re
lird the taking over by tlm Allien
of the (Itrninii inuriiiiinillo fleet anil
the provUlonlng of (Irrmnny ns n
flat! acceptance of tlm Allied conill
Horn. A monthly rntlnti for Germany of
three hundred nnd thirty seven thou.
ind ton of foodstuffs an lieen fixed
by the Allied ('nimln.ilon
Road Men to Arrive Monday
MEETING ON TUESDAY
IHEAVY SNOWFALL l",elns "'" thl Is as simple aH tho1
i 1M I ALT rrllWTV "Purnllon of a potato bug externnna-
IN LAKE COUNTY tor, the first rule of which Ih to
I ' "I'rocuio tliu Iiiik" (Jotting money,
from the State Highway Commission
I.AKi:Vli:V, March 15 (Special) depends on a similar rule under the j
Tbo last month has witnessed a heavy head of "First scenic the State High-!
snow ran tnruoui ..axe county, anil way Commission Engineer's Survey")
a.s a result the Hto kmen are assured a survey hag been promised for the'
an abundant supply of water and for- Lake-vIew-Silver Lake Koad and for'
age, greater than lias been available the Lukevlcw-Klamath Falls Road to j
I for the past two vonrs. At this time the Klamath County line, and thlsj
i thcio Is about eighteen Inches of snow work will no doubt bo done as soon'
,on the level, and quite a little morn as tho weather will permit.
SEATTLE, Match 15. Nearly a
thoiiHiiud HhlpniirknrH who returned,
to woik have ngiln unit because thoyl
ire dlNHiitlHtled with tho terms of!
their reinstatement Tbo bonim vn.
loin Iiiih now been abolished nnd otb.!l"crptl"n T,,nt Wl" Mnk" ,,,c ,t"a,,, r. Alice Hamilton of Chlcjgo as
ur illserlmlnatloiiH haw been made,' llulldcrN Hit Up and TaktuNotlci' In, a-sHlstant in ofessor of Industrial meil-
than eighteen inches
In tho nioim
WOMA.V KliKCTMl) TO
At the liincbeon It was decided to
'.send a committee to Klamath FallH
to meet the State Highway Commis
sion on the 18tb of this month and
I Judge Smith was selected to head the
delegation, and they will leave here
CAMimilHIK, Mass., Jlurfli 1". - Sunday morning.
For (be Ami time In tbo histor' of i
Harvard a wnmnn lias been eleitcd us
a member of tbe unhcrslty faculty
The board of uvcrticers has appointed
l,..(ii:i,l. VAI.I.KV MAX WHO
MI'KXT WIXTlin IX i:.HT TKbUSI
tr ciiikat iii:xi:fits f umnt'
-IW ERA MEET
Hrlnjt Arrangrd by Kntliuslattlc
Mm of (Vinmiunlt) lloolli Will
Tell What Will Kr Done Hero
Iclne In the Harvard medical bcliool.
ELKS OFF FOR
ESPLANADE W '
BE PAVED SOON:
What good roadtt mill) mean to
ward the dinelopiiieut of a rounlryi
niyl bow they hao trntiHtormed sec
tlmiN In tlm eastern pnrt of the Uni
ted States In brought out In a letter
Just recehed from 11 J. Tlcknor. an
enterprising ranrhor of l.nngull Vnl-i
luy Mr, Tlcknor recently returned!
from an extended visit In Ohio where
the mlvniitiges of year round IiIrIi
ii)'k bnu proved the blgRcst factor
In tho ndvnncniuiMit of the district
nnil where the transformation has
been wroiiKbt within tlm last flu
)carx Ills letter follows-
nxi: sii:aki:hs .i'i'i:.it at cox.
Monday night the Highway Com
mission, accompanied by tho State!
Knglncer will arrive In Klamath Falls
and the committees of the Klamath
Reed Hoads Association nnd the Ftu.s
I n ess Men's Association hnvo made all
arrangements for their reception.
Fi:ili:.VCi: IICIU: IX IXTKHKST Their arrival on Monday evening calls
OF IIHIK lti:sit)XHIHII,ITIKS
for n rc-arrangenlcnts of the original
plans, which contemplated their ar
rival Tuesday evening, but tho change
In dates will have no effect on the
j program' for tho holding of ttie pub
lic meeting on the night of March
I Tho lsltors will bo met at the train
That the whole woild Is now look
ing lo the church to head the big mor
al ircoiiHlructlon problems brought
about by the big war and that In by tho committers appointed by the
order lo meet thin gigantic rcsponsl-1 two organizations named, one rcpre
lilllty, tho different denominations I sentlng tho business Interests of the
will hue to forget the doctrinal dlf- community, tho other tho rank nnd
ferences which have handicapped Hie thruout the county. Tho band
their progtess In tbe pnBt and morgo! W'H u present to furnish music and
tlmro hof been quite a mpvn on foot their effoitK In unified endeavor was stir the blood of the crowd that It
regarding the question of good road, i btnughl out In tbe speeches ester- Is anticipated will bo on hand to wel-
'Kdltor Kwnlng Herald Noting.
PARIS, March 15 One of tbo
I wish lo put In my our for the muse
While visiting In Ohio this wnter I
witnessed the regular departure from
Akron. Ohio for llnslon Mass.. of
tint qucKtlnnn of the Council of Tgn I lirge motor trucks loaded to the
Ith Piralilvnt Wilson participating l ku",,1h' Two ,m,n ''ro '" charge.
will b Hik ilrwMnn ur ii... iw. ...i.Thiiru w'ore sleeping nppolntmeiitH, so
l I b tie decision of the boundarleHUlut ,,,, ,',,,.,, nH 10 (,lor
Mtween I'olnn.l and f.ermnny. Daiulgi rests, making It posHlblo to keep
Ulobe Inrltuleil In l'lihud. It Ih ro-! traveling 2i hour per day There Is
President Ullmn arrived In Paris
day afternoon and last evening at the como the men who hold In their hand
New Km Conference held at the I'rcs- the fate of the road building program
lijterlan Church. of KJamath county for 1919. And
The Speakers, Mrs. Walter Frailer t when the Commission arrives there
Urown of Ashland, Rev. J. II. Seelcyl W'H be no restrictions on tbe enthus
of 1'oitlind and llev. J. W. Hoyt of Insm to bo manifested. Let them know
Ashland are all people who have trav-j they are welcome and that you am
BIG ST. PATRICK'S
DAY FOR MERRILL
An elabnrutu program has been
tupped out for tho celnhrntltin of St.
men s tiny at Merrill These role-
cled widely and have a broad vision
of the difficulties ahead. The dis
cussions at both evening and after
noon sessions wero woll attended and
It Is believed that no little Interest
u lepiilar truck service between Clev.
eliinl Ohio mid 'i'lttsburg I'n. and
YouiigHtnwii, and this thru a country
whore fhe years ago It was hardly
possible to haul a light buggy thru
tho quagmire. There aro also regtihr, nll3 bcen H,mlllated by tho gathering.
if forty mlli. hauling milk to llnilA "linlc K""l,cr ns. served between
citlivc for their dally consumption, . the two sessions and tliu Interval do-
for which, by tlm way Hie piodiirerH. voted to sorlablllty.
remixed 13.51) per hundred. Tie
section in which wn formerly lived .
ralso many IiiihIioIh of polnlooH, ou'i-r"! rpunKir DA TEC rri
an nverngo of 200 cars per season.; CLcmjnc IV1 CO IU
nnd which they were compelled to. . iirrmmn nrtnrv
I haul In the early fall, on account oft L.i.CVIEiW KCDUtbU
bratloni hnv i , . haul In the early fall, on account of
huh have been growing In lm- Ul0 ror, condts. thoroby having
ponanro eurhe.ir. and this one, will to sacrlfico on tho nrlro ns tho glutted
"hub au proviouH efforts. Follow
la la tho program
a. m Services at tho Cntho-
v,3o . ,t, (,M1II 1.ti Hivor
a Hotel, John O'Leary, mnstor
'H p. m.-it:u.inK , fluid sports.
wrick (jiiiniaii tiiarge.
OOpiu Anmmi ball, oporn house,
Chaperones m ,i, ........ .t
... -' .iieniiiiiueH
IUnl!nd, Coin ell, Kticoy.
IIIUIHDin lllllllllllllt'U I "lin iiikii Hirii ,. i,.... Tl Tl .
tint there wero only n fow curs load- n,, "K Tclophono & Tele
oil this fall., tho balance bolng taken Rraph Company operating tho telo-
from tho grower's cellars by the over
roady truck, with a great saving or
time. Last, but not least, land thnt
on my former visit thrcu years ago,
could have been purchased for an
nverngo of $75,00 per aero Is now soli
lug for nn average of $140,00 tier
aero. Upon asking the reason for the
advance, the general answer wns,
"Why Our good loads, of course."
Consldor mo n atnndpattor on this
question always. "
foWiMSIMi Hi:.vniii ....- .,
"to" v .a.un; Khm..
W-IH I'lllJlMHINU AIUIU.
MK' mm ,,.u, ,M,KNIMIKNT
AriCHANOKI.. Mm rli 1.1. Com
pared to tho enemies casualties, those.
of tho Allies who have been extreme
ly light since tho last clay of Febru
ary. It Ih cstlmatod that tho llolshe.
vlkl have lost five hundred men kill
ed In tho fighting,
Tho American camialtlcn from Feb.
ruary 2Sth In March 9th wchi llf
toon men killed, one mlnsliu nnd
prone lino from Illy to l.akevlew,
which Ih a pnit of tho Klamnth Falls
l.akevlew telephone lino will go to
the lliirle.Hou rates on the 21st of this
month. This will make a marked re
duction between l.akovlow and Klam
nth Falls, tho old rate being $1.00 for
a throe minute conversation, as
against 55 c for a like period under
tho. now rate.
thero to do the welcoming. Kveryone
who can possibly bo on hand for tbo
event is requested to be present, nnd
those who cannot rench tho depot
can do their share of tho program up
on Main Street, for tho Commission
will bo taken to ono of tho restaur
anta for dinner.
pSTitr.KT mccii thavi:i,i:i) which
has ih;kx imi'assiih.i: i-oh
Neutral European Powers fa
STATEMENTS SENT IN
Americans and British Who Made
Trouble on Hoard Returning Trans
port When Vessel Was, Ordered
I5.uk to KngLind, Have Arrived k
Xe Vork anil WIlliBc Sent Hone
HI'KCIAI, CAR LOAD OF KXTIICS
IASTIC Illlil.S ATTHXHS cki.i:
HIIATIOX AT VRKKA. WIIX
BOOST STATK COXVKXTIOV
Tboie were some who wondered
why there should be two engines to
pull the local Southern Pacific train
to Wood this morning, but this was
easily explained when it became
known that a special car load of Elks
was bound for Yrekn, where they
will attend the big celebration of the
boys from northern California and
southern Oregon and incident l!y I, lit
In a good boost for the big State Con
vention scheduled here for next Au
gust. The "stock car" wns attached to
the end of the train and was seen to
bo wobbling heavily on the track as
the train pulled out. 'While it might
rt fit st thought seom n little unsafe
t j turn i bunch of this kind loose on
the outside public, the propriety of
tho affair Is assured by the new-s that
they are being looked after by Jim
Drlscoll and Fred Houston. Among
those who weio caught going weie
Fxaltcd Ruler, Wilson S. Wiley, Dan
Rjan, Henry BoMn, J. Olv.in, K. II.
SHVKItAli WKiyiS .MAY
One of the most Important Im
provements which could be undertak
en In this city, thnt of paUng Es
planade from the Hot Springs Room
ing Hou.se up thru Hot Springs Ad
dition, has now been launched nnd a
petition is being circulated today by
Cashier Leslie Rogers of tbe First
PARIS, March 13. The hultatioo
III: I.M-,8ellt "' tne Peace conference to the
neutral states to participate la the
j discussion of the League of Nations,
I has brought responses from Switter-
I land, Holland, Denmark, Norway and
The powers have all forwarded
statements of their views to the sec
retary of the conference.
Kvory owner of a car will ho ox- Jeffers-on. Harry Stilts, A. K. Whit-
f (Icorgo T
'elcom i """ ' iiniuwin wan
wotned lionu, i,,R, ,
AXAItCIIIKT'H SI'KKt II,
ONLY OXK SUBURB RKMAIXS
Wlliati; SI'ARTACAXS HOLD
AXY OROUXO AND IlKSIHTANCU
IIKIti: RAPIDLY CRCMBLIXO
RI.KVKLAND. March 15. Tlin big
i . .... ... ..
during i ovoning ub con- crown wiucn Hoard tno nnnross oi
well h, , "0H l,r "oleomnd, and John Hoed, a socialist editor uf Now
Presently. 7, i-ommlttooH ro-iYork oncl formerly of Portland, stoon
i... """g tile llliuli. ...... m....i ...i.i ..-j .. j ...j .
""Oil Kli "inn n Assoc- j wiin, iipmiHCii iiiinun uiiu niuiu unit
tloaiidm "' ""'"' Roa,,H Assocla-J "either Dobs would got out of Jntl.
"' of thanfr ll, '"'"I'ns hUBlncss , or wo will nil get In."
theZf ::::.? --not.!, i ......
110 has h01, ' "' u,u ono mnn UAKKII MUHDKItlCIt HKXTKXCKD.
"" much for Klamath
Thfreolin!"w t'1" ''nHt fW "monU,Hl f "AKKIJ. Mirch 15. Tom t
Senator ahn, I'l ? w",m ol, '"l "o , a cowboy hus boon sontoncod t
PriFimi. "" "", deep sonso of an.
n ih0Wn ? tho llstlnBulshecl hon-
"o wns escorted to
boy hus boon sentenced to from
flvo to nine years In tho State ponl
tontlary, for the klllliiK of Qeorgo
Holbrook, u ranchor lunt Docombor.
IIA8KL, March 15. Thc,crlln In
Hiirroctlon may now bo considered as
upii'cssoil. Oustuvo Uostao. tho mln.
stor of defense has anonuncod In
tho nntlonal nfsembly at Weimar, It
Is ropoitod. Only nno suburb now ro
mans to ho rescued from tho hands
of tho Spartacans, It is said that tho
rilsarmnmont of tho population must
LONDON, March 15, Tho Sparta
ran forco still retain a part of tho
Berlin suburb of Llchtonburg and la
stubbornly resisting th'e government
pocted to boout with it thnt oonlns.
Ho Is expected to bo nt tho depot.
Park your car along tho curb with tho
head lights toward the center of the
.street, and when tho train arrives,
turn loose your horns for a enthus
iastic welcome. Let tho Commission
know you are glad and do It with a
vim. Keop your place until the car
containing the visitors passes, and
then fall into lino. This will cud your
obligation for the night. The recep
tion committees will escort tho visi
tors to tho hotel nftcr which they
will tnko them to tho restaurant for
dinner. If you wish to keep things
going, you can keep .stirring around
on Main street for an hour or two,
but this is not obligatory. It is sim
ply a suggestion.
Tuesday evening a banquet will bo
given In honor of Senator George T.
Baldwin and the Highway Commis
sion. This will bo attended by tho
representatives of the California
Highway Commission, Siskiyou and
Modoc counties California, Lake coun
ty Oregon, Northern California coun
ties Association, Klamnth Uood
Roads Association, Business Men's
Association and tho press, This ban
quet will bo served In tho Klks' Tem
ple Following tho banquet a pub
lic mooting will bo held. This meet
ing will bo more In tho nature of a
talkfcat. at which tho people of tho
county will bo asked to toll tho com
mission what they think about tho
local road situation and what roller
tboy want. It will bo to show the
Commission that tho demand Is not
coming from the people of the city,
but from tbe people of tho entlro
It Is expected that Mr. Booth,
speaking for tbe Highway Commis
sion, will tell Just what Klamath may
expect this year and what part it will
.Play In tbe highway of tho future
With a clear cut statomont from him
on these two points, Klamath comi
ty will be in a position to build accordingly
W. M. Duncan and Harry Ack-
XATIOX LK.UJCK SCOHKI).
ALBUQUERQUK. Now Mexico,
March 15. If the present League of
Nations Plan Is adopted, England will
rule tho League and I object to Am
erica again becoming n subsidiary
country to tho British Isles, declar
ed Senator Fall in au address heie
NEW YORK, March 15. The
American and British soldiers redd-
State and Savlncs Bank to tret thl- ,nB '" the Unlted States who were
move under way at once . UscllarGed from the Brltl.h army
The deplorable condition of the!and wno made troub,e aboa.rd tt
road which has made It practically
impossible to get beck and forth from
the Hot Sprlng-s section any other way
than on foot for the past two months,
has brought tbe jieed of a surfaced
road ns ncer before, and there Is
every indication thnt It will be heaitJhere on the vessel today. The ves
lly supported by the people w ho are ' sel was ordered back to England, and
transport Toloa because they were
not put ashore and sent to their
homes from Halifax, when It became
known that they could not be landed
In New York a few 'days ago, on ac
count of the harbor strike, arrived
the men refused to go.
The expense according to the pres-i They will all he sent to their homes
with their transportation paid by the '
British consul. -
ent plan will be distributed relative
ly among all who will be benefitted
It is planned to build the street ftfrty
feet wide from the Hot Spilngs WASHINGTON, D. C. March 15.
Rooming house to the bridge across , acrctarv Daniels sailed on the Levi-
tho canal and twenty feet wide from ' nt,an t0(lay for j,rancei where he wlll
there to tlie top or the hill The cost j stuU. a(,veIopments in aircraft.
of several kinds of Improvements
will be ascertained beroie u choice Is1
BACK TO M.(i)C)i:L.
RED CROSS ASKS
HACK FROM I.OXtJ VISIT.
Mia. Roy Cook who has been visit
ing relatives and friends at different
points in tl)e middle west for the past
two months, returned last evening.
NEW ROADS IN
COMMERCIAL C'Ll'lt IS OlttiAXI
KD AND MOXi:V WILL HU SE
CURED FROM STATI. FOR
HIGHWAY TO KLAMATH LINE
t, i -... ..i ....
, , . , , Another call for old clotNlll! tor
underwent a eiltlcal operation at the. ,, ... ,., w, .-
,-, ., ,, .,,,!.. ' Euiopenn sufferers has Just hii re-
Klnmuth Genera Hospital here and . , ' . ,,, ... m,., nf
who hu been hero with 1.1... for f b-v, tho " tht'uhl
oral df,ys. left this morning for his lh" Araf lca" fd Cr0 ' '"
, .!.. ... . ttie Quota of thi ene Issued seteiai
homo tit Macdoel. expecting to return .' ' M s E MarUa
In a short time. He repoits that his! l""t,is aK0' ,,.,,,,,:,.,.
son IS getting along nicely and Is en-l?' been appointee to tad
thusiastle over the surgie.l ability I J fl0m ."'"J
... , ,. , .... . I ha? been set to 'aurf the goods am
"Mil I'll UU-,lU OUilllC IU UU 1UU1IU
In Klamath Falls.
Mis. Walter Frazlor Blown nnd
J. B. Seeley, Snodlcal Home Mission
ary superintendent for Oregon, who
spoke at New Era Conference at tho
Presbyterian Church last evening left
this morning for Medford and Po.t
land. Rev. J. W. Hojt, traveling Sun
day School superintendent for South
ern Oregon, who wns also ono or tho
speakers, has gone to Algomu Joday
nnd will preach at the Mt. Iikl
pin le of the city are asked to aw
an errort to locate the-tntaSB which
cm be spared it hW time. The tccsl
clu.i ter inised mevo than the amount
as! u' beiore and it Is belleteu that '
t'u same kind of rinpwse will '
BIG AUTO RACE
IN SOUTH TODAY
PLEASED WITH KLAMATH.
S. P. Sunder, district superinten
dent or the International Conespond.
onco Schools with heulqumteis at
Portland and S. II. Clay or Medford,
who visits Klamath Fulls regulmly
in the Interest or that Institution are
In town. This Is MrSnviler's first
Visit and ho Is most enthusiastic over
tho possibilities hoio. Tho two will
spend tho week end here. They are
guests at tho White Pelican Hotel,
IAKEVIEW, March 1,1. (Special t
Tho Lakeview Commorclnl Club was
QifUinlzccl Inst week, with Judge K.
H. Smith. President. Phil. Roche,
Vice Prosidont Sam Mushcn, socro
trv and Dick J. Wilcox, treasurer.
The Club hold Its first monthly lunch-1 Tho Ht',",1 ""' l"'' 25 rc""
eon at the Now England Dining Hall for Information Irmlliuj to tlio arrest
at noon on Tuesday of this week, and ln",, -onvictlim uf nnjono cauSlit
matters affecting tho general welfaie M'Uiir copies of tlio Herald nftcr
of Lake County woro dlscussort. Judgo w ofllvcry to subscrlbro. Till-
SANTA MONICA. Cal(. March 15.
Seventeen drivers most of them iM
tlonnlly known are to compete today
In the annual road race which Is the
most noted In mutordom, ,,
De Palm.1. the celebrated driver
who has vv on so many of these events (
In recent joars Is unable to enter
the race because his car MUed ,
comply v 1th the rules of the Amerl- ,
can Automobile Assoclatlpn. He was
to have diiven an exhibition ' ";
foro tho race. Ho has teen .circling
the track at the .ate of a hundred
and seventy mllos per hour In Puttee.
LVE ALIEN I. W. W-
1MHOLLKD jWI 3fof
WASHINGTON, D. C, MwcM5r"
Paroles have been granted njr
o t Tnhnr to twelve aliens
out or tho 54 who were sent to New
.. ... A !-.'
. .... -. RAAtllfl ftU..- "'-l
nils. VOri rocenuy imm " r ...inn
Smith gavo u very interesting nnd practice of Mr.iltiiK piipers, especially whore In the Webt for avy K
instructive talk on tho roiul sltuutlon.'nlons MjiIh tret, lias uwlic.! such
and he discussed nt length tho pro- proportions fluit tho llcralil Is going
coeduro necessary to socuro money to stop It, ami with that eml in view
In largo amounts from tho State It 'is offering this rcivnnl,
Jn nineteen casos tho deMrtt'jj '
dor was ufllrmed, and In n.tK
ensos no applications for r