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OFFICIAL PAPEK OP
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KLAMATH I-ALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919
Price, Five Centa
ia M r3 Ki
I l. mN Kn tfJ
ftWET PRICE ,
JU MIL ,
$7,000,000 IN WAGES
WINNIPEG, Mllll AlIK t ' .inn
(Hun wdrkltiKiueii lout $7. 000 ,i,
wiiki'm In Juim it nil slightly mote tliiui
Imlf lli.it amount In tlm pritrtMlltu:
month, fict ortliiiK to estimates
Tho Winnipeg strike iiIoiii toM
Tint wrklngiueii seviirnl million ilol
Jiii-h. Hoard of Trmlii iifflrlulx believe '"ionerV
tho (((inomlr I UK pi tn miiniiuut. iniiii
ufuctunir mill Iho tuiltllr nn tit
least 100 pur cent morn Hum tli
nt Ttkei Steps to labor ions.
Ill ...ii.it, mi. IJIftlll nni.'fi III . 1111"
mlit liivulvi'il 87,91 7 mull, women
uiiil chllilrun. Tlm official estimate
shows a Ion of about M4r,021 work
LIFE OF REflOH ARE QBGUUTID
4,000 FLIES CAUGHT
IN TRAP IN 48 HOURS
lilt) llctitiiis Wnllit In
In iiikc of nf WIINoii Block riru
Cuoiiiill), .flrr Finding Kuiiioik
llf I'lllll fill) I'lllllll 1(1114,
Does It pay to Install a now gal-
anlzed Iron fly trap prepared with
special bait In front of your store?
Ask E, II Lawrence, proprietor of
tlio Lawrence cigar storo on Main
'street, nnd find out. Two days ago i
MlnlMer Iteluriiliig Prom France lie set a trap In front of his store,
.Sii)i Stories Clnuliitecl In America and In tho short period of 48 hours
VILLA'S AH IS
Reduce Living Co.U
fAUTRESS WILL HELrnK ,iay. Tho averago wage involved J"'1
wnw I In tlm Winnipeg strlkii was about '"" "
1 13 a day. i ll
1 yj nvdwal Commission In , Miy ,hprn wern s mrifc,.,, . '
mZL y tarfUtf I'ron " IJr'i volvlnic 77,88 workers who lout "
1 zTtoL-JU People Aw Prone. 8H3.S16 worSJng days. , "
Humors that him1 been rushing i
und down Multi Htrrctt unci about
ever since. Wednesday tuorii
dlnnntroUM fin; concerning the
ciiusii of tliu dentil of "Unco borne
About A. i:
P. Soldiers Arc Sinn
Deserters nnd Impressed Soldier
Who Escaped from Army Say That
Villa's Ilntid Is Badly Disorganized
nt This Time.
some 3,000 to 4,000 flics were' trap
Dr. A. A. Soulo, city health officer,
Is certain that tho peonle can rid
themselves of tho pests If they will
follow the example set by Mr. Law- EL
rencc. "Swat the fly. trao the flr. Cisco Villa's army, which advanced
;ind possibly caused a distrust of m tne nj d0 ony of these but .on Jaurez with the Intention of coax
cnaracter or tno men wno nave ,e suro and rid tho city of thcm be- luerlng Northern Mexico, and estab-
foro the big Elks convention." That's Hshlng a rebel government in ta
IIILLINOS, Mont., Aug. l.nc
ports thnt liuve gained some public
PASO, Tex., Aug. 1. Pran-
comprlscd the American expedition
ary forces oni resented In a letter to tne plan and program that Dr. Soule north, retired before United State
has outlined. He Is most hoDeful troops, badly demoralized and dlsor-
Af PW"' ,,r,c" li1' PAHfOll Wll.li I.KAVK ITV
jlfctt Attti Ilrtlgnatlon of j wonK (v ilttJKIt KIKI.M.
r V, TiMf't ' Tariff Itoartl
Hcv, W. L. Wilson, pastor of tho
" l.'mmanuel Ilaptlst Church will
wisHMOTON, D. C, Auic. J. preach his last anrmun In this city
ironeuti ilwn 0ul b' "l0 n,on,,,,r tomorrow, tin will leavo shortly for
lj .( lh ltdtTU. ruor.O uuaru luriiiiini niiu iiii'iivti u nruiiir
' linn" Itixlilim hiti' illsDcllcd last
Ight when tlm coroner's Jury, ufter n innings man from Itov, Walter H
long and tedious session n-turned ii,. s-orti,, formerly pastor of a local that It will he mrrloH ,,t ,i.i. .h'eanlzed deserters. Impressed sol-
vnrdlct that Ileddan had met his church, who left here some time ago ro.nora.inn r .. ..u . .. Hiir vhn mmiip.1 nnrt riviiinn. ).
....,.. i..n ... .. -.... .... . .. - " " ,ra"";"l' u,u"6
in cngugo in nciu worK unacr mo wjth the efforts of the city. isaw them at Villa Ahumada
auspices of tho V. M. C. A. j
"It Is to ask your aid in correcting Brt ,, TO n -. -,.
slanders through my statement, If DULfi 3 DAN JTKUIV1
death by usphyxlu and suffocation
from smoke clouds.
So many und varied were the ru
mors thnt tho deceased had been
shot In the head, that the Jury spent j no other, effecting the character of I
tho greater part of yesterday after-(the troops." says the letter. "ThatJ
noon In tracing down the reporti. ' slander is. In substance, that all of'
Every possible clue wus hunted down , the men detained In the A. K. P.. e. '.
After two days and nights of In
termittent fighting for possession ot
Jaurez Villa had depleted his amaw
SERVICE IN FRANCE nltlon supply. A member of au
' I staff who came lo the border after
IZti hit there will bo no Immc irhora he has a call to n larger '" ,h" J',r' ',rlor " ,I,ul"" ,,'c,r " "iny of occupation, arc on the gtreets todayho l8 marrled la's
Ki rth, prent H church. If ha desires to accept It " A A Sou ,;. exam ,,.,. ( those who have become the victims ? Si, t m.m .h "2S
S.Hitbtr.U.KneraldUpo- Ileverond Wilson has made many Phnklan. e..l oyer the bo, v f loathsome diseases or are held planL.d on entering tho matrimonial rlfl
IJoleo Is back! Dut It Is a changed tho retirement said many of VUU'ai
Holeo whom his friends are greeting men had no ammunition. Only VU-
s uouyguard nad more tnan 109
rounds. Soldiers had thrown taalr
rlfles awav while crosstnr the deaart
Ileddan very carefully and failed to fr breaches of discipline I have lol ",. " XV. "-""" "".. with the American cavalry i Dur-
flnd any trace of bullet hol.-n or had opportunities to know specific mU and then Ame ,p . V8""-
wounds from outside soun-e. ! Instances In which this slander, espe- ,nto' the war and Holeo thoughf' Vllla'8 telegrapher, who escaped
"I ueier m- n caie where people daily the first, has caused muchUnan rtn' Jolned the' TweUet from Villa at Vllla Ahumada, report-
uproail rumors as they did In this ( trouble, for men havo come to mo K,,Kneerg un'der VaJor n . Jh 'ed to Mexican officials In Jaurez that
one." Njid Judge X J. Chapman art repeatedly with proof. , ... without food, and
Mimy Itteis .ie Sent I ,, n , , ,,..., ,,,, (that their morale was very low.
a clean chap, i,n .. . . , ....., .....j'i Dissensions took nlace amour
.m. ..1.11 ,1, iiiciii;a ijul u. sunn iimi? ,
"One oung man,
I'lltiMiaoBl the people to accept tli o frlnnds while In this city, who will
mwitcrlce lemli. Tho month or regret to novo nun imivn, nut win im
JiljHtlnCMMM along many lines, glntl In know that he has a larger
aid tb iwllef wai cxprcsseii uiai inn ih'ih in which io worn.
jMtet level of prices would prevail
. .i... .a ,.... i ivii.i. frr iii: f..t viiiii.t-ri
I D1 UU1W IU iuiiiv, ' ....... , ,
I ,n,ml.l. I,. rnn.Mer l.iesns of II tOOKV LLE. I .. Allg. 1 Will '" '. ....' ..""
TeJacIcs the alga con of living was II Hays, chairman of tho Republican rHl,1- lo 'I'1"' l" nml ",r,,n,1 tB,'
, mgifvutM w--r """ " I. .... I rf .1.1 !. ... ....il.l.. .. ' . t i. .... . -
m of nUnet ofllcers at tho olllcu that ho would not bo candidate for "h "'"" "'" " """ "" " , "' ww i e marrieu. far t0 Ila8ler our TOr3lon of the En
ft(crr.eraenfrll'almer Iteport nomlnntlon us governor. Ho said '" ",,MM- '"" 'ic"i ", ing. in.suosiaiK.. i nave learned nSh language
. .. . . . .. lllflltl'flt Crtttllk J.ltllb.lnllifnttirl iftit! Mln .n.uAt vnn ' or. . n.i.iln,. 1.r.... ,
till k midi) by the committee to Iho mat nit intenus to coiitinuo his pros- ' ' '- - ..o.,., ..-,.. .,, ..um.. .
iJKrttntea Monday. ''"t "tles. t finding., of the Jury that there was no and ouoled the report. 'Since that CRACKS OF HFM1 nrif
i'iui imiy i'i i.imkiiiii h ui'iii ii. ik iii(. case, i (io noi u:iiil voo rtr io --..- .
P. C Andrew, P. M Priest. John come or write to me. for I never
IVrnell, T. O. Haguot T. Smith and shall see jou again ' A wife writes a
C K. Uriilidenburg composed the husbanil that Is faithful: 'If this Is'
Jmv that luestlKilfid tho cae. Tho the reason you ure not coining home.
today, following' n confer- National commlttoo. announced todnv Tlm Jury hunted down every wl.lMer-( had a letter from his sweetheart to aml has not n , h opportunity so Vll,a'8 men aftr tlle Jaurez battle-
. . .. ... (fit .....I j.i. i.l lliiil itlnm H'riD iiiillilni. ..I I. ............... .,.l ... I ..i...i , i wi.uun on .... ...
I? r Miser alil thnt ono siiRgi'itlon
,lir reducing I he living costs was
tin the Romnmc-nt uuuld sell tills
ITilr'i when tton nf tnnrtrnl urtpA
.Till would he- determined by iho
Totiupply and demand, nnd mnko
1,Wiiurnllo he farmers out of
tll.OOOOO.ODO fund nnnrnnrln(...l
The boose committee favorably re-
Wed a raoluhon for tliu Pedoral
SEND 30 INITIATES
OVER THE DIVIDE
wltnei-ses who were-ummoned fir vou need ntner come.,' A mother
jppY 111 "luifMifs who were-niiiiiioueu n r mi nv
I'I M I MJrI testlmonv were W. I). Mann. Archie! writes a
III N ' nM'l ,,nKl"1' ' r- '"'". n"n McLcod. doarmeii
UL-II J J lilt! r o. Larsen and Dan .McMullIm ;nnd can:
Martin Lopez, who led the fighting
In Jaurez, is said to have denounced
Villa and accused the bandit leader
of deceiving his men Into believing;
the United Status government would.
recognize the Villa revolution, and
American troops would not molest
them when they attacked Jaurez:
Another leport reaching the bor-
jrlMOtihwi. The Prejldent accept- ,0,nr ",al Ul nI'pnl""K r,,c" rlot ,lmt nl '"'I- '''. ws 1' " , results of this slander. Wo havo Klkdom In tho local club-roor
"dtleieelgnatlon of V. W. Tausslr ,,,,,wcon yvMi nl"1 ,,,nok ot 11,,) Ohio nnd was about -is years of ar;. n()w thousands of men at this base, what went oh during the fo
l,llnun ot tho United States Trlff "!"tt W0"lc nr c",1,Ml- CUn" to S,00 8',,,n,, ' l,a' ff" ,,lt tuwral an(, nie8l llns a8 nianj. I110r0 Tno hours ,s 1:ntwn onIy t0 niks ai
lu radiant hue, arranged in double ' "er stated that Villa selected 2,000
son with many words of on- file, they marched lost night while j Picked men from his forces and
nt: 'If you are In trouble their iinml ni.it d Tiior-n im n .n. 'started south toward Pnrml m.
Iwtf rAmn Vinti.A t.tlt hm nml . . .1 ... '. ,.. ,1 . 111 .... .
1 - -..... ....,.., ..... ...v, ui.u ume in uie oin town lonicnt i'""i"6 oai He couui not neat
glcn out 'by S. i'., I will help you all I can.' j as lambs beinir led to a si.inuhte-' the Americans,' and savlnir he was
CHICAOO, Aug. 1 Stnto nnd Steven., who arrived In Klamath i Ko- .Men In (iimnl llimw Mvt re the . or more neni.hvt. tvhn Cofng back to the mountains. Villa.
Tnde CommlMlon's Innulry Into thorl,y nut,,orl,lcs woro of ,lu, opinion Polls yesterday, was to the effort -Theto nre but a few of the many were Initiated into the mysteries of 'activities In the vicinity of Parral
rooms Just ''"' uuiu iena io connrm tnls
four long i report. Geeral Angeles was re
ported to have separated from Villa,
and to be hiding In the hills near the
Villa partisans here denied that
Villa's army was demoralized. They
say one of Villa's tricks is to scatter
his forces after a battle, and then re
assemble them when he is ready to
conduct another campaign. Pilar da
Conchos. on the Conchos River, near
Parral. is said by Villa's agent here
to be the rendezvous for Villa.'
forces, and all of his bands are drift
ing in that direction.
Cottttlalon. Congress us ask oil tnt" ,roo,", lmvo '",1,n "" K,lur'' ' lt''"l'', of his friend Interment w n pf.Ceutage
lPmldent .W'lUon (o crento a spe- "'" "0Km ,1,Htr,rl ll,,rl"K ""' l,a(,t be In the eiiy cemeten thl nfienloou house nnd
W lateilljatlng commlttw to pass "' ""', 1,avo ",0 Mlua"on '
H Increases for railway shop- "' control. Tho death list
t aad other employes. from ",u ""''""K numhors 3S, tho
llllllll.l,.. nt I..1.I.1. a.... ..
-fr j"inj ". nuitu iiru iiCKroes,
Whltloek'a ruderiiiUlug I'ar-
-... ...n.vrwo , A
ROAD TO DIAMOND
B. H..Edmond and uir. i....... ....'
'Jmed from 1 uit . tti . . . .
"aUj w. J .. .'iBimiiiu mho, ,
5?W. with Mr. anil Mrgi Stellimcx I
fZL , W,ral dls rcitlmr siifd'i
!,Ibi. 0a lhlp . ,....... .
im "::.. l" "" " y
'.. "v"""":rBl' uirticuity
s,tI. V. ' r0M' ana ,0 nl' '"turo
l rd Into, off fr ,;....: ? month wo
xetici: to sriwitiiicits.
7laLn i.7 l " ,H" K1'ath ' A
? aboro tho Hnv.in .
ri'r 10 turn to thui
U.iri .. "i.vn nine 1.
;?. . ,,,v uvi
left. 1. ..,."-"'"'
a - "l n ine not .
be ,... ' " ""cvo ci"-o'A
Wr 5. C';ed' Tl'l Is about Mv J
fe( fron, ,
i e iiriieh, "vc
Subscribers receiving their
papers through tho molls nre re
quested to cxamlno tho date fol
lowing their mimes. It tells
you when your subscription ex
pires. Whon this ilntn Is reach-,
cd, your paper will bo stopped,
unless you lmvo renewed your
on. During tho past
0 havo been lenl nt on
this point, hecnuso wu lime
been revising nnd rorreotlrg
our list und wanted to haw It
absolutely correct heforo pub
lishing this nntlco, rieglnnlnt;
August 1, ovory paper will bu
discontinued whon tho ox.ilm
tlon dnto Is reached. No .itleu.
tlon will be paid to tho nnmo of
i e atrsisht i ' '
Hi. '...."- u"li1. US t IO lr:iv,.1 ....
fc- 10M wnnlJ ..... """" A.4.I.- .... ... .
flriiii, u muicniu tlmt iliial l"u nuosenuor. iuo iiiuiiiiik
ftn back nn 1. "at ynu ""
h-'fc-S ?, ....1Ien" "'-.
Aug. l. sorloua
clerl: will fllinply oxnmln tho
date, nnd If It Indicates that tho
subscription hns not been 'o
nowed, thon ho will romovi It
from tho list. It Is not ; ques
tion of credit or anything of tho
of men In tho guard newly acquired members. Some 20
detention camps, set nparl iiiixIoih whe and frinds waited In
,for bttch cases, Is very small; In fact, as man motor cars that stood out
, almost negligible. J have never had side the battle-ground, far ir.fi the
! so hlch im mifnlnn nf our Amorlrnn m.....,....- Thn .,.!. ..r i.n ..1..1,.
. .... - ... . . v... .....W..HH.. iiiui h- .c ijmti uk 111c l.li'l'l
men as I have had since I have llted !nd morning was broken by .ho mur-
1 with them. I do not mean to saylmiir of tho pine nnd hemlock, es It
that they are always refined lu sneer'. 'resounded from contact wlwi u nea-
or free fTom traits that would not 1 h; te as he passed new milestones in
P II Curlrli will this week break .sound well In refined society, but I hi career.
ground for another home on Ninth) do say that they are men of good The smiles that local "Bills'- are
street, which he will occupy when It principles, thoroughly as moral and ' wearing this morning and the pained
Is completed. Plans for tho nowjnprlght hero as when they were at countenance of the Initiates are tes-
GARICH WILL BUILD
HOME ON NINTH ST.
structure are already completed and
ground will he broken at once. It
will be 11 seven-room bungalow, with
bath, sleeping porch and full base
ment The lower hrtlf of the building
will bo rustic and tho upper half
shingled, tho luterlifl- to he finished
lu natural nnd white enamel
This Is tho eighth house that Mr.
Ciirlch has erected on Ninth street,
and It Is due more to his efforts tliiui
any other one thing, thnt tho old
home. And this, too, with tho ro- timonlals nf the siieeeEJ nf (h ,i.
stralnts of feminine und family tlesjgree work. Those who were Initiated
laid aside. It Is vllo and treacherous ' were: A. T). Epperson, Chos. McCar
to stab them in the back. I want tie. It. M. Flnn. J. J. Shanahan, H.
tho nen and women at homo to C! Heals, L M. Martin, TJ. L. Cook,
know thnt the slander Is malicious. C. V. Fisher. J. W. Bryant, O. It!
and without the slightest founda Prlshbe. W P. Johnson. Wnit'nr niv'
, tlon." Inn. I.. Stnolrnr f n.,-., i....
..... ... .........u., . i iiu . , n. K-ilJ
I MeCartlo. Pcy Hickman. T M Dan-
lltA II. KOItPltTMS.MAUltllMl. ton. L. W. Copeland. F. K. Pell. J
, 'l' A.?i(o. C J. O'Connel I. .1 t.pn-,,
Lnto .u-terd.iy nftt-rnonn Ira P J B Slsei, ore. 71 11 lnn.i.v w n.
, rtobcrts nnd Miss Alice Maude West- Wilson. E It. Cnrdwell
s been wlp-"o Broom is a ion of Mr. and Mrs ("1111111111
tat he has I-- II Kolitrts. pioneeis of Poe Val- I . U )jf
. bountiful loy. The yrunK people will make their ll If U M M I
.1.. ........ liniiialnllil. m ,- . Vfatll SlliiUI
kind. It Is simply a systematiz
ing of our mailing opffratlon,
nnd must bo followed rigidly to
ft. '.1 .WerO rOOnrlA,! n. -, I A Annl.lfh .. nvnl MinMn iwlti
"' ' ciDti n ,V oiuan-- ' . ...u. ...u... .,..--
(HIh,1! ; 0l Provlnco of takes, Whon you renow your
W(5i " TUe command-! nubacrlptlon, no receipt will bo
iMlaw ttr"Bon doclared
.gittSJJJ- I Valentine have
Wrum h. t . "" was for-Wtt'hnE'reher.The
1 " ttadft tk . ' u"or- The
iiS9' tam M.h:"ra"l.,,
'ny practiced ma.n.
.'Will .In.. ...... . " '
,0 Mk. convention,
sent, but the date following your
name will, he changed. Watch
this, and you will thon know
that your money has been ro-
celved and thnt you hove boon
The nttontlon of our city sub-
scrlbera Is called to tho fact
that on next Saturday tho car-
rien will collect for the papor.
Pleaso be prepared .to pny them
10 that they will 'not have to
make moro than one call. Wo
ask this out of consideration for
the boys, who suffer as much '
t from the heat aa do ttielr eld-
tlmo appellation of "poverty flat
by which this .section of the city was f,!l1 tt,,ro married by J It. Griffith.
known for many years, has been wlp-Tl'o Broom Is a ion of Mr. and Mrs
eil out. Etery houso that
elected hna been modern
of design and n credit to tho neigh- liome lu this county,
horlioml. resulllng In greatly Increas
ing tho value of all of the property ,
lu this section of the city. This last
one will In the best of all, and while
Mr. Onrlch sa It will und his home-1 LONDON, Aug. 1. It Is estimated
building ambitions, It Is quite unlike- tm,t tho Increase of $2 to $2.50 in
I.VCP.EASE OP WEEKLY WAGES 1
TO COST MEItCH.WTS 1UG SPU
I5UKKE ItKACHKS XKW YOKK.
Mr. and Mrs. O, D. Burke have
been made happy by the announce
ment of their son Percy's arrival in
New York from a long stay in France
with tho American Forces. The young
man has been in the service nearly
three years, with never a furlough
during the whole time They are
looking f 01 ward with much pleasure,
to the time When he will arrive from
ly that ono who has been so success
ful along that lino can permanently
nlnndon tho work,
PRAISE SERVICE TO
BE HELD AT CATER
tho weekly wages of all shop clerks BERLIN, Aug. J. Eastern Ger-
wlll cost merchunta of the United many will remain quiot, despite the
Kingdom $l2r.,000,000 to $ 150,-tac that some parts of It are Includ-
000,000 a year.
COPir OF TREATY
. PUT IN REBOS
"lligr Fho" Treaty With Polaud.
Placed In Senate Records Proto
cnl to Hun Treaty Submitted.
A novel service will bo conducted
on tho rim of Crater Lake at tho
Hotel, on Sunday evening Augu.st
10th nt 8 p, m. This will bo tho soc
ond annual praise and prcuchlng-sorv-Ico
conductod by Hov. John W. Hoyt,
Sunday School Missionary of tho
Presbyterian Church, Lust year a
largo nttondanco gathorod lu tho par
lor of the Lodgo and a very success
ful mooting was conducted. This year
all who can nre asked to make, the
trip and attend this meeting. A vol
untoer choir Is wanted for the occa
sion 'and any who can assist la this
way la asked to help.
Br R.R. SHOPMEN
WASHINGTON. D. C, Aug. 1.
a copy of the
I n.l .l.liln .kn l.Aw.ln .. n. .. .
... ......... i..u uuiuvid ui i-uiuuu oy IVASHINUTON, I
I tho peace treaty, wires the Thorn Senator Lodge put
' correannmlent nf .hri TVmiBitk t.i .MAn.. 1.-. .. .
1... . v uvuum nm nouijr uoureon ma "uig Five" now
tung. "It Is," ho adds, "the, painful era and Poland into the senate -reo
result ot obsorvatlonivmado on tho'ords today, after ..fnMn,. ; w..
J spot'." Ho declares that the gov- treaty had been1 signed at Versailles
ernment, contrary' to Us promise, has 'on Jurief28tn, and had been' subinlt-
fignominlously delivered up parts of. ted to tho British parliament two
weeks ago. , i
Loter in tho day Vice President
Marshall laid heforo the seuateth
jut-mem 10 mo uerman treaty whlcbt
tho eastern provinces and that Prus
' eta k aa n l.n.1 .a . .. .. ... .
o. uoa tu.tau tu come 10 mo aia ot
her crown lands.
Tho correspondent slates that the
CHICAGO. Aug. 1 Members df natives and' the troops had determln-' defined tho exDianBtns ...j .
tho Federated Shopmen's Union to- ed t0 defend their hearths and homes In tho' memorandums exchanged be
day called a nation-wldo strike of l tno Tery 'at, but tho government's , tween the Gorman and Allied-pleat-tho
railroad shopmen. Walkouts oc- cnan"e of front .now' put an end to , POtentlarles. Tho documents were,
curred in Boston, Philadelphia, Den-1 tn080v Patriotlo asplraUons. Ho pre- aubmltted by the President yester
ver and elsewhere. Strikers ald,d,ct8VaraTe menace to the country day, but were too late for submlssloa
that the railroad administration had -aaa reu1' ot tae dissolution qf troop until today. Explanatory letters
promised them a'settWamt by July. "T" wniCB BftT0 beod accumulating were given out by Wilsoa, as well aa.
lit. - 'th,r' iuif ' Xi 8ecrrJ:SUteLaM(it. f'
1 tsV wtt.