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The Now Fable of Everybody's Friend
and the Line-Bucker.
In a sequestered Dump lived two!
Ufv'hins, Edgar and Rufus, who went
to tho P&Bt with about an equal Uandi?
They got. away together down the!
broad Avenue of I-Iopo which leads one'
Lad over tho hills and far away to the'
United States Senato Chamber andi
guides another unerringly to tho Fed
eral Pen near Leavenworth, Kansas.
When Edgar was a Tootsey he re
ceived a frequent dusting with Ex
treme Violet Talcum Pow der and was |
allowed io play' with a iiaxcn-halrcd,
Doll named Celesta.
About the samo timo, TtufuB began '
to take .Cold Baths and was propped
up to look ut Pictures of Napole?n and
John L. Sullivan nud Sitting Gull. |
At School each was a trifle Dumb.
If Edgar fell down on an Exam, his
?Relatives would ea)I a Mass Mcotlng
to express Regrets and hang Crape all
over tho Place.
If RufUB got balled up In his An*
swers, his imm?diate Kin would pat
him on the Deck and tell bim ho was
right and tito Text-Book was wrong.
Edgar would emorge from tho
Feathers every morning to find his
Parent') all Unod up to wlBh him a new
set ot Police- Regulations.
They held up the Rigid Forefinger
and warned him that ho was merely a
Grain of Dust and a Weakling and a
poor juvenile Mutt whoso Mission in
Life was to Lie Down and Behave.
Rufus would bo aroused each Sun
f Ino . by a full Military Band of 00
Pieces ploying "Hail to tho Chief who
In Triumph Advances."' i
Between the Buckwheats and tho
Sorghum, the two Family Boosters
would slip him tho pleasing Informa
tion that never since the Morning Slara
pulled their first Harmonies bad there
bounded into the Arena another such
Prodigy of Intellectual Brilliancy and
Fhyslcal Valor.' I
Consequently whon Rufus hit the
Fresh Air, with tho McGuffey under
tho Arm, ho wore his CheBt about a
foot In front of him. . .
He acknowledged with a Slight Nod '
tho Salutation from some Member of
Edgar, staggering undoV a" Ton nf'
Restrictive Advice; would spot Rufus
ffe$^-Smcnred ond DlsarranQCd.
- at a Distance and snook into an Alley,
because he didn't wish to get Blood all
over his Clean Waist.
: Wbenovor Edgar was-forced into a
Battle and came hon*?, smeared and
?disarranged,,h|a Mot?, rwould go to
her Room and Cry Y > :ly and Father
would Faint a vivid /Verd-Picturo ot
a. Wretch standing on tho Gallows
with a Blo.ijk Cap over his Head.
? Then Sdgar would crawl to tho Hay
_ Mow and brood over' his Moral In'
' firmltles ftnd try in a groping way to
figure out his Relation to Things in
.'-.But, when Rufus appeared nil drip
- ping with Gore, hia Seconds would cool
him cut and rub him with : Witch
Hazel and pin Medals on him and in
dicate to him on a Chart tho exact
latitud* and longitud o o? tho Solar
Plexus. : .v. .
His Parents made the Grave Mis
take ot backing' him to tho Limit.
They ?pumpoa' him full of Courage
; every Morning and cot him out to Lieh
?-nB Comer J. ? *'~; ' r
No wonder ho t?came as pugnacious
as U. S. Grant, as conceited nis h Suo
?coaeul Business Mah' and as self-as
.'. sured as a Chautauqua Lecturer, v
Every ?no disiikod-bim Intensely bot
t?i?i the "?5?C thS7Stv.ppc.-j vu into the
; v.Mud and gave; bim tho en Uro double
. width of Cemout Sidewalk.
Edgar, on the Other hand, was One of
the most p?pn^a>.vI)oor?Mats that ever
Ima *-Welcom?<* msrkcid up ana down
, his Spinal ; Column. *; ^
?svAlfli those who scratched Matches ou
'i.ltn and used hin* AS a Combination
HaU-Si-?a and Hitching Post used
? r^ft?rk that ho didn't havo on En
Thoy had corraled his Goat, BO ho
had to play tho Part himself.
It hnd been dinged into him that
True Politeness means to wait until
everyone elso has been Served nnd
then murmur a few Thanks for tho
Besides, his Parents hud convinced
bim that if hp went Fishing ho
wouldn't get a Nibble, and if ho
climbed a Truo ho would fal? and
break his Leg, and if ho tried to ma
nipulate more than Two Dollars at ono
I limo, ho would go lillnk.
Therefore, when both were in Col
lego, ?iufus uctod an nina.,in;; Half*
j Hack, with Plue Smoko coming from
his Nostrils, and achieved the undying
Distinction of being singled out by
I Walter Camp.
Edgar sat up on the Bleachers with
' 2,800 other Mero Students and lent a
I quavaring Tenor to a Song about Alma
Even tho Undergrads could not tako
the Tuck out of Rufus.
He was fresher than Oreen Paint
and hlB Work was Raw, but he was so
Resilient that no ono could pin him to
i tho Mat and keep bim there.
I When a Boy bas been told 877 times
a Day for many Years that he ls the
Principal Feature of tho Landscapo, it
takes moro than ordinary Doctoring to
Ho left Collogo thoroughly convinced
that tho World was his Oyster and
that he had an Opener in every
Ho began grabbing Public Scrvico
Utilities by i Strong-Arm methods,
whereupon a lot of Upllflcrs becamo
excited and wanted soma ono else to
' head him off.
Ho put things ?creas because when
ho tucked tho Ball under his Arm and
began to dig for the Goal of his Im*
mediate Ambition, all the Friends of
Public Weal were Beared Blue and re
tired behind tho Ropes.
I Edgar took his Degree out into tho
Cold World and began to make apolo
gfttlo Inquiries regarding Humblo Em
ployment which would Involve no Re
Ho becamo an Office Lawyer of the
dull gray Variety with a special Apti
ludo for drawing up Leases and ex
am I nillir Abstracts.
Ho could not face a Jury or fight a
Case because the fond Parents bad put.
tho Sign on him and robbed him of all
Buta Nico Fellow?
You know .. -.; :
I Any01 9 who had a Book to sell, or
a Petition to be signed, or a Noto that
noedod endorsing came dashing right
into Edgar's Onice and Hailed him as
the Champion Patsy ot the Universe.
Not one of these ever ventured into
tho Lair of tho Street Railway Czar,
foi* he knew that Rufus might jump
,over; the .Mahogany Table and bite
him In tho Arm. .
Even Edgar, when he made a Busi
ness Call en Boyhood Friend and lov
lng: Classmate, waa permitted to walt
la tho Outer Room, resting his Hat on
.h|s; knees, and mingling on* terms , of
Equality with tho modish Typist and
?tho Boornful- Secretary.
And when they went away tb look at
Some Properties, Rufus took the State
room' whlie-toogar drew "aa Upper.'
AnT treat big Brute of a Man with
a lygbrlsh Instinct for pouncing on
each Qood Thing and then hanging on
to lt Uko.Grim Death, nover can win
tho Esteem of the envious but anaemic
Gallery. . "
Everyone at tho Club referred to
Edgar es a Good Old Scent, but when
ail tho Push 'gathered >- the, Round
Table and some one lot fall tho Name
of tho High-Bindor. they would open
up on Rufus and Pan him to a Whls
Thon Rufus would enter'-In his Fui
Coat, upsetting Furniture and Serv
eats as ho swept through the Lo un
y Immediately thcro would he an Epl
demie ot Gooso Pimples and a Rust
to shako Hands with him.
Rufus was sinfully Rich, hut nover
thtl?BS Detestable, because his Famllj
had. drilled into him tho ?ow-dbwr
Habit ot getting the Jump on tho Othei
Fallow. " '
Edgar may live In a Rented House
but he will always have tho In wart
Satisfaction of knowing that he ls f
r.weat and courteous Gentleman witt
Pink Underwear, and a Masoni*
Cherm ob his Watch Chain.
When Edgar answers tho Call? thc
Preacher Will speak briefly from ti?
Text, "Blessed are the Mibk."
If tho l?eath Angel BU cc ced a, i n pul?
lng down Ruf nc, tho carno Miniate-:
will find a SugfecBtloh for his Remark,
in those /inspiring Words, "I hav<
fought the Good Fights
; Tho Scrapper la seldom beloved bu
ho gets a Run for his Ticket . ,
UsefMl .or? ^t?^aaibo.
"Yon mean to say Crimson Gujcl
?ftMan antl-sambling". law!"
"Yes," replied Three-Finger Sam
"Wu had'to have some way of break
in g r- p tho. esme when a tenwfn!^
comtf alpnfc and gotsj to wlgping ? al
Lesaer's Christmas Tree is loaded down with practical, useful gifts for every member of the
family. Here, you may purchase something useful for Baby, Boy, Girl, Mother or Father, and
at a Big Saving too; and especially is this true if you shop here tomorrow. In addition to our
r?guler stocks, we have bought hundreds of useful articles specially for Christmas presents.
Be sure to see our Christmas Booth.
On this booth you will find Ladies handkerchiefs, childrens sweaters, vanity bags, purses, comb and brush sets, suspender
sets, hat pins beauty pins, baby bootees, gloves, and a thousand and one other small articles suitable for Christmas presents,
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS IN
Whatever your . wants or
wiahes regarding a s?U or over
coat for mon or hov?, rest as
sured we'll meet them here at
most attractive prlcoB. And you
will not be limited i:i your se
lection to one or two styles ot
a few fabrics; there are dozens
of new models and wo do not
know of any good fabric, for
elt'.icr overcoats or auits that Ia
not represented In our present
88 Men's all wo?l Strauss
mode Suits, worth $10.00, to
$15.00 for Saturday and Mon
85 Men's Blue Sorgo Suits,
other stores ask $7.50 for Sat
urday and Monday.$3.-15
JuBt received from our New
York buyer about 300 sultB that
aro worth $15.00 to $18.00 tho
world ovor, to close out quick
any suit In tho lot.$8.9S
39 Men's culto pure all wool
through and through, other
Btores ask $15.00 to $20.00, our
pricfo for Saturday and Mon
6 dozen Men's all wool worst
ed ;mnts in all colors and stripes
wortta $2.00 to $3.50 for Satur
day and Monday.$1.98
.19 pair Mcn'8 all wool blue.
Bergo also brown striped: trou
sers, worth from S3.00 to $5.00
for Saturday and Monday $2.98.
40 dozen Men's Heavy Derby
ribbed Shirts and Drawers
worth 50c, Saturday and Mon
. nay 38c each, 2 for.75c
5 doren Men's heavy ail
wool flannel skirt, worth $1.60
world over, for Saturday and
Monday. . .97c
20 dozen Men's extra heavy
cotton flannel drawers, worth
50c for Saturday and Monday
.17 Men's Suits in pencil j
stripe and all wool Casalmeres, J
drummer's Samples, no 'two
alike, worth $10.00 to $15.00
Saturday and Monday .. $7.93
Men's working shirts, wortu
50c for Saturday and Monday
29 Boys' Ail Wool Knicker
bocker Suits, sizes 3 to 8.
worth $1.50, Saturday and Mon
day. ... ..97c
29 Boy's all wool Xorfolk
Suits, big bargains at $3.50,
Saturday and Monday.. . : $1.97
? 29 Boys' nil wool Blue Serge
Suits, sizes 10 to 18, the world
over $5.00, Saturday and Mon
19 Men's extra Qeavy Mack
inaw Coats in all stripes and
colore, others ask $7.50, our
price for Saturday and Mondav
17 Boys' heavy Mackie iw
Coats in .all-stripes and colors,
others, nBk$7i?0 our price for
Saturday and<Monduy.. . .$4.89
17 BoyB' heavy Mackinaw
Coats sizes .12 to 17, worth
$5.00, Saturday and Monday
26 Boys| jieavy Overcoats ali
sizes worth up to $5.00 Satur
day and Monday.$I.9S
49 Men's heavy black Rain
Proof Overcoats worth, $10.00,
for Pat imlay .and Monday $4.98
BIG SPECIALS IN .COUNTER
.- * .PANES .
Ono 'lot'Coiiprod Counterpanes,
extra size, Worth $2.50. Christ
mas Sale pri?e1, $1.39 each!
One lot White Counterpanes,
extra size, worth $2.00, Christ- j
mas Salo price, 98c each.
One lot White Counterpanes,
extra size, worth $1.25, Christ
mas Sale price S5c each. '
LINENS AND TABLE DAM
ASK FOR CUBIST:-!AN
500 yards r.ll-linen Table
Damask. 72 Inches wide, worth
50c yarri. Christmas sale price,
500 yards all-linen Table Dam-,
ask, 72 laches wide, worth $1.00 .
yard, Christmas sale price, 48c
500 yards all-linen Table
Damask, worth $1.25 yard, 72
inches wide, Christmas Sale
price 69c yard.
SPECIALS IN DBESS GOODS
The greatest stock of Wool
Dress Goods in the city-in all
colors and weaves-Serges,1
Garbardinc, Poplins, etc., from
24o to $1.48 yard.
Silks! Silks! Wo have the f
silks for you-Taffetas. Mea- ,
salines, in fact, all kinds and? ?
Christmas prices are from ?Se* ;
to 75c yard. ? ? . \
SPECIALS FOB MONDAY
3,000 yard's fine French Ging
hams, worth 12 l-2c, all now,: '
beautiful 'patterns, for this: .j
sale... ... .. V.81-3fc*?
' 2,500 yards Bregon Jack and .,
Jil! worth 12 l-2c for Saturday.
Monday, yard... ... .9c /
1,500 yurds 30 in heavy Cot
ton Flannel worth 10c, Satur
day and Monday, yard.. . : r.'lv.
Brussels rugs in beautiful
patterns, 27x54 inches. Reg
ular $2.50 values, Saturday and
Monday at... . .v. ... ...'.$1.98
SHOES FOB CHRISTMAS
We are showing an. unequaled
selection in everything that's
new and rella'-Ho in ehoes, fur
men, women and children ?ad
will 'save you money on every
pair you buy from us.
1 lot Misses absolutely all
leather, patent kids and gun
metal, sizes 13 to 2, worth
$2.50, this sale.$1.39
1 lot Children's Mutt and Jeff
line In gun metal and kid, worth
$2.50 this sale.$1.45
We have the prettiest line of
Ladies Sunday Sic*?? In An
derson. We have them in
leathers, all tocB and heels ano
fancy white trimmings, ?> froru
A big Uno of men's every day
and Sunday Shoes from $1.48 to
We have a big line bf Sport
Coats, made : of Corduroy,
Plaids, >ete.,made up in^ayery
new style at prices ranging
from $2.48 to... ... ... ..$7.50
: CHILDREN'S. COATS ; ;
A big lot of Children's Coats,
made up In . aU. this season's
styles and fabrics at special
prices for Saturday and Mon-,
day from 98c to, ; .. . . ....$2.98 -
jf Lesser Comp a ti y
; 'rr. . .
'Where Y?u Pay Less"
And thc Coat Suits and Coats
offered ?here aro exceptional in '
every way. They aro just from
tho makers. Pxetti designed,
up-to-the minute in stylo and
perfectly tailored. The materials
are_thj> kind moat in demand at
tho present moment. In every
respect they are coats and
suits that meet the public de
mand for novelty and exclusive
ness in women's wearing ap
parel, and you always savo on
price if you buy at Lesser Com- .
A beautiful showing ut new
and stylish Coats at $3.9S, $4.98,'
and $7.98 each. ..
A Special .in Suits $4.98,
$6.98 ?ni-$9.98-eagh, tue 'Suits
at $9.98 being fur trimmed and
made up in tho vory latest
styles and materials.
LadicsVPniuty House. Drosses,
made in colors." M|T3a*' 'val?es,
for Saturday "and Monday ! ! !75c
'Ladles'.,Serge 1-Dresses, .... v.l
noweat' styles; trimmed" ni'"plaid,1.'
and plain Taffetas' from 92.00/
to... . ... .?L'?.ob?
Ladles' Suits, Russian 1 House.
Ford, Box Coats In all newest
shades and materials iron; j
$6.CO to..' ,.$25.00
CRI:rr; DE CHINE WAISTS j
Just received from our New '
York."buyer an;express ship
ment of beautiful ( ?. Crepe do
Chine WalBts v^'v'i.Cvery. . new
style aiid color, regular $3.50"
values to go .J. Saturday, and
Monday at....J.$1.98 .
One lot^of- LadleB Rain Coats; ;
good onesV.ai $1*98 to.. ..$0.98
Ladies* hWOniyn Silk and
fancy tpmel'-?Voo values,M
Special '.for. Saturday and Mon- ?
day... ' ..4^c;;
Ladies'/beaujtli.ul, Waists tn- '
' all cblore^inW$r$po de Chinos/ :
Special fiori/Saturday and Mon- :.
day... ... : ..;.. j ... >. ... .. $2.48-1
Ladies' Wool Sweaters in all
styles,, and "coiorB? all special
prices tromv$i.5Q to.. ..$.3.5Qf
Ladles' Silk Sweaters In "nit
seasons styles and ! colorai latest stylos} ;
at special r?gula* :*5 valnos, Special for J
md Mon-- Saturday ,ahd iMonday .. ,$2.4$ <
t'r-r-'9^ ; : MEN&HATS?::\ *?
.. ? "Le?ser's Specials" ? h?auti-i
ful soft hat In all this season's;
shaped and colore. A good val- \
a.yt Y ne ot regular ;pricp of. , $2.60;
. -\/ . '. ? B?t^?ay^^;Mo^?y. atW-.$P.50.j
' * ? : . t WObi * .3KIRTS. .
Wool skirts in beautiful pat- -
terns.^adb in therihtest styles.
from $i:oo to... ...$5.S8
A? ? i in IM ? omBBHH^HBKiSBBSCBSrT TU HW BSBWSSIBBI
~ Preparing to Betalioie. i
A long-haired chap who walked.
Into tho general store. at Arvada
. "Po you soil stale egggs?"
"No," said tho frocer, with a smile;
"hut I've got some."
"Well, give mo all you've got;",
oaid the stranger.
The.crorer. OB he bundled up the
eggs, laughed and said, "I guess
yoq're going to see 'Hamlet* tonight
at tho opera housu. . ;
"No," said tho stranger . grimly.
"Pm going to play 'Hamlet* tonight
at tho opera house."-New York
inst Backward 3l?>ybe. j
. Blanchs mot Carolyn at a p?enlo,
and they were talking of one ot the
young men. ... ' . I
"I don't care for him* at all," re-'
marked Blanche. . "He is a regular
< "Indeed!" replied Carlyn. "Why,!
I'thought ho wa s perfectly lovely!'* .. j
i ''Well,'-1 said Blanche, "he .. yawned .
three times while I. was "talking to
. "Perhaps he wasn't yawning," j sug
gested Carolyn. "He may hove been
trying to say sonn-thing, dear."
Would First Be Sure. .
? From an English recruiting center
cornea this story:
Ah ' Irish recruit w?s being drilled
in thc mysteries of.fencing willi the
"Now," said the instructor, after
carefully explaining. var iou B lunges,
"what would you do If your opponent
.'Bk grro, sir," said the Irishman,
with a Wink, "I'd jost prod him wld
tho jiolnt- ot mo bayonet to see If he
waa shamml'." j>
??ivOB?Hi?iHueH f?Hf Croup.
.Coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness,
inflamed throat, bronchial troubles or
toro cheat. are rollevod by ,;Foiey'a
Hooey; and Tar iihlch opens stopped
air Vansagos", soothes ?nd: heals in?
.lamed surfaces, and restores normal
breathing. W. C. Allen, Boseletyra*
says : : "I havct raised a fainj^>.w
Tour children and used Foley*a Honoy
And Tar with all Ot them. I ?nd lt
tha best cough and croup medicine X
gveri used, I aatd, lt tor, el?ht.OfohWB
years and can recovnmend it tor
croup.**--Sold Everywhafs. '
SCHOOLS AND BED CROSS SEALS
Institutions Where hlldrcn Are Treat
ed nud Taught afc. Same Tim?.
"Say teacher, how sickos a teller got
tor be ter get in'thia "'ere open air
school?" ThlB wah'a'greeting to oue
of the teachers at the Elizabeth Mc
Cormick Air School tn.Chicago
Cormick Open Air School in Chicago
the other day by ?Vpuny . little follow
who had been envying tho sick kiddies
tho good time tfcioyr.were .having ot
studdyinfT, working, sleeping and play
ing all- id the ?jjen air* ,.
Open air schools , to the number of
nearly. GOO are; now maintained, all
over tho United 'Slates. Some of them
this winter in the1 northern, states' will
hold sessions when tao thermometer i's
down to ??oro or below.. '.Others will
enjoy, thc balmy- vrtttds outhern
California, Louisiana or Alabama. The
open air nchool .idea ls confined main
ly to these children, who have tubercu
losis or who are nm down, anaemic
and likely lo contract tho. disease'.
: In the open ?ftC school movement
Red Cross seals have played nod are
still playing an important part. Thc
seal money,- through the Antl-Tubercu
lasis . socieiiesc. has bean'the means
fri-.experimenting' and convincing .tho
hardheaded schbol hoardB of the wis
doW'ot tho plan and also tor providing
food, clothing and special nursing care
which tho public t?arids; could not fur
5!?1>5 Red :Crcsb Seals-ara amonw
the children's truef?t friends.
European War Hard on V?wAp?pers,
When the European war ?tarted if
our memory serves us.correctly, >tho
Associated Pre?s'hid ? st. surplus in Us
treasury of something like half a mil
lion dollar. Toddy* lt ls said this sUr
pluB has hot only .bean' exhausted but
it ls thought the assessment on mem
ber* will have to bo ir.creaeed in order
to meet tho increased~'&li&i&M''s&ti'.
ting the European w>.r nows.' Aid
yet. thfefe are ttvnaahds ot people
who have nn Idea that this European
wav?ts a great iU?htf\fbr the nowsp?
P'irs m a flnaaclat -woy.-Wichita
rimehl ' \, =
BlsJtq-What's - tho matter,' . old
man? . You look worried, . I -
Fizsj .-I havo Boma causo to, I en
staged a man te trace my pedigree,
aiazy-Well, hasn't he sueeeede?.
FUay-iSnc?ceded? I >. should, say
ho has t Now .Ite^ayin? Tilth hash
Yes, Mr. Bryan has lived up to that
"Cross of Gold" bpeceh and haa other
wise .led a clean life. And lt ls his
consistent honesty and blameless
t hi lattas' character that give force to
what-l?o sayo. The ..people believe in
hiinnnd hear him gladly, even though
they may not always agree with' his
views on national -IsaaeB- and ques
tions bf-party poltcy. No other man
lu tho. country .' could get .tho respect
ful consideration that is now' being
accorded to Mr. Bryan on this nation
al'piruparedncss question,' Popular
sentiment; ls ' obviously. at -variance
with the view ho ls taking of tho eubT
Ject; and yet people will pay for this
privilege of hearing him pr?sent' his
views and scheming politicians fear
him aa unmething terrible, for they
kn-iw that those who join IsWe with
him must como out Into the opon.-?r
-_ ? ./.
Laughter Aids Digestion*
Laughter ts ono of the most health?
fut ?j?ertionp; ft lr ot great help,to
digestion. ? still moro eillostual-help
ts a dose of Chamberlains Tablets,
if you Bhould he troubled with Indi
gestion jjive them a trial. They ?niy
cost a quarter. For calo by all deal
Lily WMi Market
ia headquarter*, fog goojJjh?ttS9
te cat Try ?orne pt vat Old
Pork Saraage, Nice Jqfey Steak,
Capital and Surplus. ?136J0OO.S?
Collections ?hen Careful Attention
Ellison.A. fiiajtb, Juo. A. Hudgons,
President* . - ' CaaMtw?vft. :
..- LV E. Tolttson, Asst.;Cashier.
Enjoy . . ^ . v
: ? ? ' ?'. ' fc^|\5f
The man with too many scarf pins*
and cuff buttons is yet;?nb$rn^ Here
are-scarf pins and links Tor the quiet
dresser, for the coll?g? boy; for"ilie
young business man and for his.TatheF*
Stocks glisten with hovel besigns.
Guaranteed Solid Gold Scarf PinsTr?nT
?41.00 up. Solid Gold Link Buttons^
from $2 up.
V^e are a?? ready getting oysters
ks. If yew c*Bet deckle what f&*
?rant phone ftS4 and we Wm help
yon to Je<t^k% _
SHAVES mmmp^^fr im
. Best equipped ?kop sr? tko t?ty.\. St?v^y.^a^fy.; ttC^?g*
m every respect
Barbers* RA&er, Dft^'Iia^y-?^/,^^ -:_ m ;||||?
% ligoA & tedbett?T Bl?gv titsA to: R?%c?d on North ?Saiau
?? .?i:-r'-- .? '. ". viv- K?St?fi^''' j I ~\; .>*>. K:< y
i m ? f i :? ] ' ;' . ,." ; 1 ?'??????'?"'?? ? ?J*-?II?M... i II " y Nim