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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. QRF.fiON. MONDAY, AUGUSTJIS
Social and Personal
CABOL a DIBBLE.
i Many women Ions for children, bat berwae of
b i tome curable physical derangement m depnved
Mr. D. F. Brunner was a delightful lips, of Salem, a guest of Mis Mil-
kostess Friday afterwon when she en- dred Whito, and a camp fire girl from
tertained tiie members of the Killkare the Baptist church, was present, and
Klub and a few additional guests at offored some valuable migration to
Jier home on South Twenty-fourth theh foeicty. The next meeting will be
street. The honor guests of the o-hold at the home of Mm. (aplinger.
easion were Miss Carmen Roekaorand, (Those present were: The Misses Clarice
of Clinton, Iowa, and Minn Vera Lang- Haines, Helen Haine, May Edwards,
Mildred White, Kmily 1'lnllips, Julia
Oiokman, Hally JDieknian, Kuby McfJee,
Jmuta Mc.Oee, Cora Anna Wallace,
ltuth Wallace and Mrs. John Caplinger.
dm, bouaeguests of Mrs. Bninner, ami
Mrs. F. T. fierce and Mrs. JI. 1 Keyes,
hoosegnests of Mra. II. W. Brass. Kich-Jy-hued
nasturtiums made a most at
tractive deeorative sotting, and the
. afternoon wa pleasantly panned with
ainaie and reedlework. Tie members
f th club tpreaent wore: Mra. 0. W.
Hobaon, Mra. Victor lieno, Mra. U. K.
Hchaefer, Mra. Charles Klio, Mra. K. T.
Bradford, Mrs. J. f. 1'innell and Mra.
H. W. Uross.
Mra. J. (',. Pcttijohn, with her two
daughters, ileJen und IaiciIo, waa a
house guest at the home of Mra. (laorge
Jewig Last week. Mra. i'cttijohn ii a
former Salem resident.
Mm. E. B. Millard and Mra. Itoy
Helaon will entertain the mothera'
claw of the Kirst M. K. church tomor
row afternoon at Mra. Millard 'a homo,
ZUil u street. This is the monthly ho
rial meeting of the mothers' class.
Mifta Keith Van Winkle, a graduate
of Willamette university, has been
elected to teach school at Scott's Mills
next year. An .unusual coincidence
relative to tho fact is that she will
teach her first term (if achool at the
same place where, he mother tnugit her
first term of school. MiH Vim Winkle,
who was a popular member of tho 1 1 1
idass, was very prominent in school ac
tivities while in college.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliauncey Bishop, Hub
ert Bishop and Curl (iubriclxon motored
to Albany yesterday, spending the day
with tho l'orey Young.
Robert Kinney, of Astoria, was a
.guest of the A. N. Moores over Hiinduy,
Mrs. James K. Heennu and children
'left yesterday morning for Oregon
my, to u gone a week.
The Eastern Star will be entertained
by Mrs. A, K. Diiismnor anil Mra. Ma
Jiahcock, at the latter 'a residence. 7l!l
.North itiimerciul street, tomorrow uft
mnewn. All members of tint Kusttirii
ftar are cuidiollv invited,
t . .
A picture of Mrs. Isnnc f,oo Pntler
aon, of Hnlem, state regent of tthe Ore-
Jon Daughter of the American Revo
utaoii, appeared in Monday's Orego
uian. Mrs, 1'atterson is also tho honnr
ary hostess at the reception to be given
by the II. A. It, September If), in the
Oregon building at the exposition.
I Miss Hn.el Kennedy, uf Salem, was
rating the guests present at the lunch
win given by Miss Mjihol Kigg, of
J'urtliind, lust week, guiioiinciiio; her on
gagomont to Kilward Tylos Slnrgem,
Muster Prank Keith iliowu celebrat
ed his tenth birthday lust Wednesday
afternoon, when bin mother, Mrs. Prank
M. Brown, invited in II small folk to
lrtieipate in mnny games ami other
birthday festivities. Asters anil sweet
peaa made, attractive surroundings for
mo gayotie of the nceiisio i the
least of which wns the cutting of the
punning tJirtlidnv cake. Mrs. Ilil.la
Tillinghiist uud Mrs. Uiu Ihivoy assist
ed the hostess in serving,
Mr. and Mrs. I'M. Hartley, Miss
Catherine llartlev, Mis lleruico Craig
and Mr. and Mis. C. I,, Hick have re
turned from a motor I rip to Newport.
They report H i t oiiioynhla outing
aud weather eipiallv sjitisi'uctury,
Miss I'.ugeiiia llcnbree, nf Kugene,
is the guest nl Mrs. .1. F. White, at her
home, add Mveia street.
O, V, Puvey, of riioenit, Arir.ona
of ihi meatm of M happiness.
The women whose names follow were restored
to normal health by Lydn E. Pinkham's Vegct
bit Compound. Write and ask them about a.
"I took your Com
pound and have a fine,
atrong baby. " Mra.
John Mitchell, Maa
sena, N. Y
Mr. and Mra. II. Jt. Hoff have re
turned frrrn a three weeks' trip in Call
fornus and Mexico. Kpe-ial points of!
interest at which the lloffs stopped '
were Kan Diego, Ias Angeles and Ti.jii-1
ana, Mexico. They traveled on the;
Great Northern and report an exceed
ingly pleasant trip. i
Complimentary to Miss Jessie Harbi
son, of rittsburg, I'enn., the houseguest
of Mrs. J. W. Harbison, a daintily-appointed
luncheon was given on Wednes
day by Mrs. John Huluiis. The guests
circling the table were Mrs. Jonn I.ewiH,
Mra. Merlin Harding, Mrs. J. W. Hnrli
son, Mrs. Himpson, the hostess and hon
Mr. and M.r. (ieorgc Lewis spent the
week-end in I'ortlund.
Miss Bella Higgins has returned from
Hcott'a Mills, vihero siie has been a
guoat at tho H. J. Thomas home. Miss
lliggins accompanied the Thonnses on
a week's outing at lliivoeeaii beuch.
Miss Vera Koekabrnnd. who has been
visiting in Hnlem ns the house guest of
Mrs. I). R lirunncr, returned to her
homo in Clinton, Iowa, liter week. Miss
Uoi kabrnnd has been touring the south
ern and western states and attending
tee exposition at fan t raneisco.
' Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound ii a
wonderful medicine for
Mrs. A. M. Myers, Gor
" I highly recommend
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Veg
etable Compound before
child-birth, it has done so
much for me. "-Mra. E.
M. Doerb, R. R. 1, Con
"I took Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound to build up my
system and have the
dearest baby girl in the
world." Mrs. Mose
Blakeley, Coalport, Pa.
"I praise the Com
pound whenever I have
a chance. It did so much
for me before my little
girl was born." Mrs.
0 E. W. Sanders, Rowles-
Durg, w. va.
"I took your Com
pound before baby was
ixirn and feel I owe my
life to it "Mrs. Winnie
Tillis, Winter Haven,
REGULATE JITNEYS jfi nTinm I notions noti6 1 notions I notions 1
Hi i wmm i
I hum H. Allen wns n Mlverton visitor
J. A. Mills is in iNcwhcrir tndnV nn 1 j.
Ivan (I. Martin is in Mnvton tmliiy i.n I
legal business. "
Mr. and Mrs. T. (i. Hlieh r in i . I
lley Hill I "e
KilL'rlie i "
port this week.
Cedric Marshall, of Medford, was in
the city ycstcrdny.
Miss Alice llnlliNti'r was a visitor in
Port land Hundny.
Attorney Itluine McCoril, of Wood
bum, wita in Hiilciu vesterdny.
J. C. Perry, of the Perry drug store,
motored to Albany this morning.
lllniiie McCoril, the Woudliuru utuir
itey, is in liili'in tonsy on lcgul busi
ness.' Mrs. Prank llubbs and duui;liter. Miss
Nina llubbs, of Hilverlun, arc in thei
city today. j
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Piunzkc I Mr.
ami Mrs. It. T. spuuhliiig motored toi
Miilullu yestenlity. j
Mr. ami Mrs. tieo. P. Ijogers mid
daughter, Margaret, returned Nitunlny
nighl from Newport, '
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy II. Sni'tti returned
yesterday from a ten ilnjs' visit m !
I ortiiind unit the chiikI.
Mrs. I N. Koiii'v ttent tu Suli'iii td
day tu visit relatives,
be gone nlmut two
Mr. and Mrs. William Mdiilchirst
and Miss ila.el mid Kthel, returned Sut
tirdav evening from Nenpott here
Ihev have been for the past uii'iilli.
Miss Christulicl Jenett relui ncd Inst
evening from a mouth's isit ut iiin
Priinciiico, San lUeeo and I .mm Heticli.
Die return home was nnolc oil the
steitiuer tireat Nortlu'rn.
William II. Monroe, iissiMunt cushier
of the I'll si Niiloiml lunik, Cliii'iic.o,
the citv toilnv the l'iic-I oi
Capital Journal Only
Complete Paper Sold
The Capital Journal is the
only evening duily published
in Salem that is a complete
newspaper. Tho Portland papers
peddled here are printed in tho
forenoon about 11 o'clock, ' are
simply the Tegular edition of
the day before with somo
changes on the first page. They
are only extras made up for
street sales and out of town
circulation, making no prctenso
to being real newspapers. Tho
Capital Journal on the other
baud, contains the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p. m., which is (1:30 p. m. in
New York ninl past midnight
in Puufpc, the seat of the great
war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that is worth
while. It is u complete after
noon newspaper and the only
one circulated in Sulem, When
you pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here yon uro
merely being "faked" into buy
ing it cheiip extra with big
headlines on the first page and
yesterday's news everywhere
The Capital Journal sells on
the street for 2 cents. Pay no
Roles Are To Be Drastic In
Some Respects-Bond Must
The jitney ordinance shortly to be
read the third time tad voted on by
the eity eonaeil if paused will put a
crimp on outsiders who come to Halem
a few days during the state fair and
at other special dates, do a rushing
business, carry away hundreds of dol
lars and are not heard of until another
While the ordinance provides only a
$12 annual license, and SO cents for a I
badge, it provides that a policy of in-j
surunce be given by a reliable insurance I
company, insuring the owners against j
liabilitv for damage 10 the citent of
$5,000 for any one accident. This insur
ance may be taken out with a liability
company, or may be a oona wnn per
Hhottld the ordinance pass, here are;
somo of the conditions under which jit
neys mny operate in Salem, besides
furnishing the $5,000 liability bond: I
The city recorder may refuse to per- j
mit the use of a route if already taken, j
Applicant must state name, age, resi- j
dence address, whether single or mar-
ried, how long he has been engaged
in operating an automobile, route pro-;
posed, beginning and end of route, kind j
of auto to be driven, name and engine
number, state license number, and seat
ing capacity. i
Hadge to be worn on right breast of
outer garment, showing license number.
Badge must bo metal, round and two'
inches wide. j
Must have identification card, show
ing name, age, height, weight, color of
hair and eyes, kind of auto, seating
capacity, and name of surety com
Driver must be over IS years of age.
cannot smoke tobacco or any mixture
while on duty, and must have his ap
plication signed by three reputable citi
zens. If the owner does not drive the car,
he must take out the liability iiisuiance,
and permit, while, the driver must se
cure his own permit and Identification
Must carry identification card at all
times, and shall present it for inspection
on demand of any police officer.
Cannot carry two or more persons
beyond registered seating capacity, nor
permit any passenger to lidc on the
running board. ,
Must be tirenarcil to euuiii the rear
wheels with adequate con skidding dr
vices or tires when pavements ue slip
Notions and Dressmaker's Supplies
All Prices Reduced During This Sale
Excepting Contract Articles
THF MOST THOROUGHLY COMPLETE AND UP TO DATE
NOTION DEPARTMENT IN SALEM.
Commit the above statement to memory and remember it when
you PiSd DaMng Supplies or Notions. It may save you the
troubk looking around and start you right, and save you time when
you want quick action.
Yankee Notions and Notions from Abroad, everything you ask
for, anything you think of, try Shipley's. Not only what you need m
dressmaking supp'ies but the best of everything, and a dozen differ
ent kinds of the same thing.
Extraordinary Price Savings for One Week
U. G. Shipley Company
NOTIONS NOTIONS NOTIONS NOTIONS
den didms that he is d .imaged to the ex- j
. j ii ttu K L.wr.v i.ititi.ti -fur I
lent, oi Tio.uuu. . ..uSi7 ,, ,,mmi
the rond was fi ed und n remonstrance , , fe .
purchase on condition that the defen
dant company would erect a cannery to
dispose ot the produce of the land. The
! the road from Gates to Oold Crp.k and
has his crew and implements already
It is estimated that the
it also filed with the coun- Dn"Be wl" CUBl u!T"'''":'J defendant agreed to erect the cannery,
' ' v" $y00. , : in the meantime he put $650 in im-
! I provements oi the landaand considers
Contractor G. . Bnrliam secured thej J. (I. Woodward begun suit against j himself damaged in the sum of 1,00
contract for the erection of the Elkhorn, the Willamette Valley Irrigated Land ; Rnrt thc cost8 f the action. W. 0.
bridge on the Little North Fork of the i in the circuit court of this county ! inslow is attorney for the plaintiff.
Sautiam today when the county court ' today to recover money 'for im-1. .
took final action in the mutter. Bar-! provements placed on the land pur-1 ... , . ,
ham-H bid was 1.0:t0 for a Hi-foot deck ' chased by him under contract. He al-: A marriage license was Issued today
hridec ut this point and 9 tier cubic leges in his complaint that he agreed at the ottice ot the county clerk
yard for the concrete piers for the to purchase lots ami m lor ir.-o.i : v-'eoiu
bridge, nr. uarnam nus ueen uunumg 1 unu paiu ""n i u"v
of the county clerk to
Ouall. of Silverton, and llivs
of rettio M. Harris, aiso oi i?uverton.
FOR COUNSELOR 01
Must CHrry sign on the front of car,
plainly readable by niglit and by day
at n distance 1U0 feet, showing ter
mini of ruutc and fare. Sign to be ap
proved by the city recorder.
Must curry nnj person proffering
fare if any scuts arc unoccupied, al
though 0 ride rimy be refused if the
party is intoxicated, boisterous or using
Must have a specified route and not
charge over five cents. Car must be
brought to a full stop before crossing
l.ny rnilrond trnck and must slow down
to five miles an houi when crossing a
strict car track on any intersect:i.g
When our is driven at night time, the
tonneau or rear inside of the car shall
bo kept continuously lighted while the
top of the automobile is up.
Any person who shnll violate nny of
the provisions uf the ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of misdemeanor and
fined not tu exceed 100, or imprison
ment in the county jail "0 days, or
13IGGER AND BETTER ARMY AM) NAVY, ADMINISTRATION'-
and Mm. t: () Miller, it I -on Angeles, Churlo A. I'nrk. president of the
rmvo been gueatu at She- home nf Mm lem Water,
T. W. Ihey tho oust wock. Tln.v wilh iinnv.
jimiiiii mime nv wnv m w expmition
Light und l'i
Albert Vussiiiiller und I'liniilv left for i
Silltl Vl-ll m i ui.i, lllin lllnl-nimr mi flu.'ir
Misn linrnthy May P-utten, r'eut relinii to their home in IMiudco counlvv
house guest f Mrs. r'ruiik Krickev, is I Nebrnskil. Thev linvV been isiliiig
relni iiing o her home, in l'hiliidel.!iiu, UviH, the fainilv of Albert l engele three I
I run., by wuv of (ilnsuow. Mont., whe.ro ....i.. .1 ..f ! ;. !
p-ur visni'n rrieinis. .Misn Hiitlen, wnul
1 giueii ornlist, mo (he dilughter
of Hev. Snn I Xnne Itntten, MvretJirv
'f the MH-iiil service ilopnrtiiicul 0f the
Auirrican Huplist 1 i 1 1 1 ) 1 1 1 0 11 snciety,
. the motif of uiiiiieroua mt iitl at
fii during lier slay in Sulem,
Mis I'.'diui Kniuht i visiting her
,unt, Mrs. Iaiiiimi Korslner. .Miss
Knipht is a foiiner Miilem resident.
Miss Mer)l Whitney, of Kiokev, en
eitmiiid Hie tucmlici f the " Wide
Awake" o. icty Suuduv school class
'iol iheir teiicher, Mis. .Ldni t aplinger,
ut her lioiuo lut 'I'iioimIhv evening'
A tirof ilivl.le hiuI iii'ereslinir .....!.,...
wns held, loll, .in-, I hv H soiial lime I
Th guests pnrtiripiitei) in vHriifis '
gnua mi, I sevei.il ihiiso nl sebvlious!
wrern en loved, after which .ll,,iv 1
Miss Kinilv I'lui 1
Salem's Progressive Confec
True to their policy of giving N1I0111
the best available, Messis Stolt; A
Meyt'rs of the opulur Spa coiifeciton
ery, will this week begin installing
decorations of 11 pcrmaiient chutio tcr'
which will completely transform the ul
readv atttiii tne parlors. '
The back bHis will have 11 special
decoration of onmte flower boxes with
it ceutrnl motif 111 a large cm iiucopia J
over the mirror. The entrance to the
parlorx will be flanked with illuminated
urns of rare design holding a uvish dis j
play of fruits and flowers.
The nrluis proper will give the ef j
feci of a formal garden enclosed with
---,,! lviirv tinted crccna through which:
- - I glimpses of the paneled walls ninv be'
'"en. The oveihead lighting of' art '
a ..i...- ..ii 1. .....1. ...... . . i
I Kti.n mi, iiiiiiier riiiianceit nv
I M-n.leot cornucopins from winch will!
j spring a riot of mulii. colored vines
wliti h are finished in inetalic brottxet
giving the effei l of jeweled leaves.
bil.iheun was served.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
To introduce my me-
thod of removing
t facial blemithet and
J treating the tcalp. Any
t'lady presenting this ado.
1 before Aug. 27 will se
1 cur one treatment for
4 fact or scalp.
301 Steeves Bldg.
Simeon E. iUldwia.
Simeon E. Patdwin, former cov
error of Coniirvticut who was a can
didate at th lUltimorr ronvention
It . billion u the hand carved win hirn nominated Pretident Wilton,
u now suggested aa th successor of
Itol-crt Ianiii( as counselor of th
tale (lepnrtmciit. Governor Baldwin
is now seventy-six yeatt old and has
had loiif rxperirnct in i-pal affair
menu uhiii the ivory si rci-iis, ilium-
inalnl cornucopins containing frnus 1
imrent fruits will rmbellisli Die corners'
of the room. I
K. V. liittlo Is the designer uud will
complete th tiislHlntion within wevk.
LOST MONEY OA MB LI NO.
neauie, nasn., Aug. it it tuw
believed that Harry Ininawnv, thel
ticket clerk, who stele .l(Kil fi'om l.ie
N'urther J'ncilie Utilioad cninvl
here, lost it in gambling, and then ti I
Hareil, may have cunimitted tuici.le
by using rhlororurnt.
A mat answering kit description pur
chased chroiMforra at a rWund avenue
itni stun-. M.ving he intended killing
kitt.ua with It
if for tale, a Journal
Want Ad will $ll it.
Vmhtmm yom amy "HORUOITS"
yom mm gt m Smbetitmtm,
Oliver lliessbcck and Jack Oimpbell
were arraigned in justice court this
morning on a chnige uf assault and bat
tery and both entered plena of not
guilty. Their trial wat set fur 10
o'clock tomorrow before Justice Web
ster in the .justice court. Kiessbcck
and Cunipbeil nre serving u 10 days'
sentence in the city jail on a charge
of fighting or disorderly conduct and
their time will be up Wednesday on the
city charge. They are charged with
beating up ,1. K. Wilson aud Joseph
(loebel Sunday, August 15, near Twijtth
and Tniile streets. Aoobel and Wihon
were badly buttered about the hind and
it is charged that they were hit with
rocks thrown ly Uicssbeek and Camp
bell. One ef the men had a bad gush
over his eve which it required five
stitches tu close.
A new complaint was filed Saturday
in the suit fur dni.re brought by Klvn
Annilage luau st Sylvester Armitage.
The plaintiff allcci cruel aud inhuman
treatment and claims that her husband
was too familiar nita a woman named
Stuhl. She fun her alleges that he went
to t'orviillis. Albany and Olvmpn,
Wash., with the Ntahl woman as his
wife to her gnat humiliation. She asks
for a decree ot divorce and $15 per
mouth alimony for the support of their
six year old child, Dale Armitage, of
whom she seeks the custody. A similar
suit was filed April 11 by Klva Armi
tage, but this suit ws withdrawn upon
u MmJs,; , -j w
F'V; sf -i If
M "K ) P ' ! : I F f i
i ? . A v "fl kk'J- 1
W Vftxri u C
Secretary of Narr Danuu tmt j . , .
' avMry council: Ar, cn,i.f e .. ...... . . .
Wilson and Secrtiary Giirrtlon. 8 800 1 (1" miaK'
The little army and
doomed to defeat th
to recent developments
motion of the j.lnintiff Saturday and . fr Wronger defense
iimucr iiieu, i ae coupir ii'ir inmiin
Julv It, li'ii; Weatherfo.-d Weath
erford, of Albany, ami Smith A. Shields
are attorneys for the plaintiff.
navy men are
is year, according
he couple were married d,.v,
' i . , " " 'i i ne
Marriage licenses were issued Satur
day to I rl Hcry Lyons, a plumber of
Silverton, and ("aiherin Staudish, a Sa
lem school teacher. Clarrnee U lnt
Ing, a farmer of Sahtm, and Lucy Cur
ler also of this city, also secured a
matrimonial permit. -
Program that will call for the construe
! ,n,W battlesl,,,,, ,
rinea nnd il v...:.i. 1 . 1,1 P111"na-
n,r ."' :. '"K "'out,
urgently required bv
little attention to expert opinion in
framing naval bills. For this reason
an effort will be made this vear to
rvpen mat lae secretary nf is. ..
will submit to congress 'the most com
proncnsive program for additions fo thc
fleet ever forwarded rn thni i
tkaf V . '.. " ""'J""""
I .-'.i-mi' in i ar itnrrison
The hearing of the petition of O. Vf.
Knight and others for a road in the
Hubbard district will com up bfor
I oe county court Thursday of this week
Heretofore the secretary of ,),e vy
ha recommended a lnijl(li
i naer tii.t e t
will be made this vear
persuade the general board, th advis
ory council, and the secretary to uuiti
n a program to which all may g'w
At the last meeting of the general
board of the navy it wns agreed thai
Ix'forc thc board gave serious consid
tration to a program this year it should
await iutellifenee from the naval ob-"J-rvers
abroad. It was agreed that
till himrri V ha a .aopfttnrV
nK . ---" " irjun mn rtv
congress with th . ' - " lou"1 dofeired until fall. By that-
secretary, thus disurmin. th- lit !?,'VU ' hpPed' the nvy d'Pnr'"'"i
nnvv men , .,"""g tnc lit- w. n fc. - .. - :.... ;n nf
iy itheupbUnd,.gfShesrr;;.rne : :, s z? o.. i.,..w-
opin- boar. ,"1'0"'a "7 the teneral "l...1 aB1y onfercnces witn w"
... . .-.,.,, ,u narunrnson is pre- oriraniiiiin- a V ,n" recent re
paring to ask congress t ,,ut lhl. R ."P" depnrtmet it is
on a much stronger basis than i ,;. .ht"!-" ! robable that all
ease at the present time, l.ittle
aiuoq is developing to these plans.
.kl " .;. ":,,"". u' ,cm'8 .'.T that the
id 1 ':.,,""' r ue any doubt that
"'"" mison nas decidrd to
.. . - hit ii'o
iT.r:'."- Tlki'i.tbeopinK io.rd
Thi, i. .k i ,i ; -w .w- u a. """.. at ta. ,,. . .
P..c ir wn.c. IM mitri lues IS . .d Secretary lwniel, will ;.. "r ard aid the lr i v18ers. It i. MM.cted that within ft
aaum tv a a. Kau. AtJVfl avl U . . - navv t.k -a. 1)1 Ih - l i .
Kafral asaiMsnt seerrtary and the chief and
-"iBiani eaiel of staff and other -
vimm 1. ..... .l: n
j . . ... , .. I imirii will Conner . . me K-rret.r. .l ' . Mlieciea inai win"" -
..-H" a, aoout swu aao r. tha formation of a well bal.nVed ha -i 11 "PN Paqw Z "n"? P'n of reeommendalione
have for Mr., , ( H " they , Wl , oneement to the
K ""I Py , pubhe will fnow immediate!.