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Attorneys for Ettor and Glovannlttl
Think Justice Should Change Atti
tude Rejjnrdlnii Passing Prospec
tive Jurors Mill Workers Resume
HALKM, MnH., Oct. I. Dlssnlls
fitctlou with ilio court's inntljod ot
choosing Jurora woro voiced lo tholr
ntloriioya horn today ) Joseph J.
lUtor, Arturo Olovnnulttl nnd An
tonio Caruso, oriptnlKors for thu In
dimtrlnl Worker on trial hero (or tho
dentti of Anna Lopplsxo, it wotunn
striker, who mot death during tho
big toxtllo Htrlko nt Lnwronco last
winter. Tho detondttiils ttro charged
with being accessories before tho
(net to tho murder, lloth Uttor and
Oloviuinlttl nro urging their attor
neys to fight ovory stop of tho wny,
bollnvlng thnt tho court U selecting
Jurors who favor tho prosecution.
Attorney Fred H. Mooro of Io
Angolcs, representing Caruso, todny
gave tho following Htniomout to tho
"All thrco of tho defendants feol
thnt this trlnl Is botwoon capital nnd
Inbor nnd thai tho talesman ought to
lm uskod tholr attitude on economic
uurtitlon. Thoy want tholr comiHol
to fight for n square deal and force
Joitttco John II. Qulnn to change his
nttlludn regarding tho passing of
In opening court thin morning "
tiro Qulun nald:
"I fear ninny lalcsmon have re
fused to servo because thoy had
formed Impressions rather than pre
judices. Union a man's opinion
and objection havo so Intertwined
hla conscience that ho would disre
gard tho evidence and the Inw he U
fit to aorve."
Work wna renamed In Iho Kssex
County mills today, all tho striker
participating in tho twenty-four-hour
demonstration against tho Imprison
ment of Ktlor, Glovanulttl and Cam
eo, returnliiR to tho looms.
1.0S AKOCIiKS, Oct. 1. -Senator
William Allen Hmltlt of Michigan,
chairman of tho Miuntii commit too
probing tlto Mexican Nituutloii, con
tiiilics thu lilkltic of evidence hero In
lay. Testimony iiilducpil yesltirdny
points to tho near bankruptcy of Iho
Mndero udmluiMruliuii, Ribloy Lu
jut), Pascual Oror.co'rt accredited
nu.eut, throw light upon the l'iuuiictnl
affaira of tho iMlmluiittruliou.
"At thq tlmo Mndoro took rlutrge
of tho RrtvoninlPiit,' ho Haiti, "ilium
wiih $117,000,000 (Muxicuu tuouoy) m
Part of ihlrt 10,000,00, tho com.
niitico ctituhllNliod wuh coiitrihutcd t,y
(wo Amorluuii tionxtiatloiiH with an
oyo on couoortifloiiH In Mexico,
Ltijiin cn1uI)HhIio(1 thnt at tho pro--mil
limo thoro Ih Iohh limn ..000,
000 In thu liunilrt of thu Madoro ov
oriiment and nt thu proftcnt rato of
(i.xpimdltiirc, thin will ho vxliaiiwtud in
NHW YQIUCi Oct. 1. Prices look
a downward drop on war rumors
when tho Block market oponod hero
todny, JoHuqn InoludliiK practically all
ot tho nutvo lst. Canadian l'aolflo
doeltnod 1 C-H. Northern Pacific
Ono point and llarrluiau Issiiob frac
tlouu. Coalersaiid enppors woro
Boon ufier tho openliiK however,
prlubu niudo aotuo recovery. Bovorul
Hpuctaltloi wero oxcoptlonally active
Tho decision of thu treasury depart
ment to not facilitate tho movement
of cropH y depoults In nntional banka
iih well as liiereased depression lu
London, Impelled further liquidation.
IlcuvlnosH wuu gronloBt lu Cuundliin
I'nclflu nud Northern 1'acltlo and
Tto murkot closed weak,
Uoudij vtw Biudy,
Uncle Sam Drlnys Suit in Federal
Court at Mcdford Aualust Lake
view Parties to Recover Value of
Timber Taken From U. S. Property
United Btatcs district court con
vened In (ho Moono Hall In (IiIh city
nt two o'clock this afternoon, with
JmlKoa Chnrles 15. Wolvorton, of
I'ortlnud, prcHldlni;. A. N. Canon,
cleilc of tho Federal court Is nltio lu
ntteudanco as Ik aUo U. H. Mnrshal
U M Hiott, who Iiiih siibpocnoad and
broiiKht to Medford twenty or more
wltnrmicx for the Kovornincnl whoso
testimony will bo taken lu tho ensos
pondliiK before this court.
Thoro nro four cases lo bo tried
nil orlRlnatliiK In tho Lakovlew land
districts and nro for Ircspnx upon tho
removal of valuable, timber from
Kovormcot land. All nro ensns
wherein tho Kvcrnment seeks to ro
cover pay for fhls timber nnd tho
BKRreRnto valuu or the' timber thus
alleKed to havo been removed nud ap
propriated Is $f.3,5fi2.
Bykes Humnkur and HlnUi McClet
Ian nro Jointly sued for $10,4:1!"..
.Bykus Mumnker and Karl Ilrooka
J. 1), Hnmnker nnd John Btludt
for f 17,080.
J. I), llamaker, ludhldunlly, for
A waiver of Jury (rial haa boon
filed by attorney for tho Kovornmont
and tho defendants and and no Jury
will bo Impannolod notwithstanding
tho fact that a Jury list was drawn for
this term ot court.
Tho government will bo represent
ed by usslstant U. 8. district attor
ney It. F. McOulrc. Lionel it. Web
ster ot Portland la attorney for alt
Tho offenses alleged wero com
mitted lu ItiOK and only civil suit to
recover Is brought. Tho government
has over twenty witnesses In nttond
anco at court while tho defense has
six or eight.
A. W. Orton, register or thu U. B.
laud ufflco at I.akovlow, la ono ot tho
witnesses for tho government who Is
In ntteudanco nt court, ho bavins
been Hiibpoennod mora especially that
ho might bring with him the official
records of tho laud office for uso In
NKWCASTI.K. N. B. . Oct. 1.
Tho much drendod disease, bubonic
plaguo, has brokun out on tho ship
nellnlslo, which trndea between Now
castlo and Hamburg, and which is
lying nt n whnrf here. Ono appren
tice Is dead, and two others ot tho
crow nro ntllcted.
Tho health authorities, reinombor
lug tho rnvuges of Iho dlsoaso on tho
seaport towns ot Australia sovornl
years ago. hnvo quarantined tho ship
and tho wharf, and havo Instituted
Inquiries to ascertain whether any
of tho crow have been ashore.
livery precaution Is being taken to
8oo that tho plaguo does nut spread.
CHICAGO. Out. 1.Uii1cb4 Urn
truotion ooniuiuli'H of Chicago recog
nine thu (IiiiiiuikIh of thu employes a
Kigali I iu htriko will hu ouilud tomor
row, Tho ui-hllraliou negotiation!) t'ailml
mlhorahly. Tho Hiirfaco and ulovnt
ed omployurt hnvo a Hourot iiKruvment,
RAWLINS POSSE PREPARED
TO LYNCH HE0R0 FIEND
HAWMNB, Wyo., Oct. 1, Pobsob
today aro propured to lynch Jfrank
WlBfall, a' negro who Is alleged to
havo assaulted Mrs. Ksfhor HJgglUB
aged 71 years, when rap tu rod,
Wlgfall lu Kllogod to havo chopped
down tho door of tho UlggliiB homo
and ovorcomo tho womau aftor a
fierce struggle. Ho thou took to tho
hllla and Is reportod to bo located
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Defense Scores Point When Court
Sets Aside Order for Consolidation
of Trials of Brldjjc Workers Ac
cused of Dynnmlllnn Structures.
INUIAKAI'UhlK. Iml, Oct. I.
Kirnt liloiiil for thu iIcIciimo wiim hc
imihmI by the attorneys hum today in
the Iriul of the fil'ly-ono meinb(iK of
thu hiidgeworkerN union, when Jude
Ainlernon HiHlainvd u motion pre
hrntcd by Attorney llovey lo m-t
iikidu Iho order for conxolirirntioil of
the trial made tact March. United
HditcH District AHoruey Miller ex
puctK In itiiivo fur tu-cousoliilalioii
kiioii mi ltimiikIh other than Hioho of
fered in filitinc the motion loday.
The (lel'emlaiitH ami their nttonioy
aro jubilant over Judge Andertwii'x
ruling. Attorney Hovey ie(iieleil
ton daVK time in which ! prepan'
Neparato demurrerH t tho fifty-one
iiidictmcutN, the court holdliiL' the io-
,iieHl in iibeynuce.
Orlio K. MeManigal wiirt arraigned
today on charge of illegally trum-
porliu cxploHivrH, the chargo ngauiHt
iiim bciiiL' (he Mime iik thohO coiitaiii-
ed in thu indictments upiiuM thu un
ion men. lie plended trinity to each
of thu iudietmeiitri. Hcutenco in Mo-
MauipilV race wan (eniorurily biia
IKtndcd and ho left (he courtroom un
der ii heavy guard, lie will lie held
at the federal buildintr until the tak
ing of testimony Marts when iio in
expected (o prove (ho h(a(o"rt Htar
witiiofcs nguiiist the licenced men.
Thoro wan no deiiumMriiliun cither
when M'-'Mutiignl entered or left thu
l.ator .Judge Anderson denied At
torney Hovey'n rcqueht for filing
M'paratc deumrrcrri to tho indicl
montM iiliil inlv'iHcd Pnuieoutor Miller
thnt it wan up to him to elect the
counts whureUM)ii thu iiovcrnmonl
))rojM)Hed to tr' nccu-eil. Then he
wild Miller could again move for ic
coiiHolidution of tho ca-ten.
Upon rccotnuicudalioiirf of Miller,
the court (lischnrged the indictment,
agaiiiht Patrick Hyun, buMncfrt ngenl
for tho Chiengo Ironworker.' local;
J. W. Invin, former cccretary of the
lronworkern' local at Peoria, III.; and
A. J. Kuvnnaiigh, Imsinc.sH agent for
(lie Springfield, III., local in 1011.
I'roMMUttur Miller then elected to
try the remaining forly-oight defen
ilants on fifty-five counts ns fol fel fol
eows: Five counts charging conspir
acy, Ihirty-four charging illegal
transportation of dynamite, hix-tcon
involving HhipmcnlK of nilro-glycer-ino.
Korly-fivo coutitH, wilhoul .spe
cillo data, wero eliminated, .ludgo
Audcrtion then hiistaineil Miller's mo
tion to ro-uoiisolida(o (ho easo on (he
remaining charges and (ho bcleetion
of a jury began.
NEW YORK STATE
UTICA, N, Y., Oe(. l.Oovenior
JoluiHoir of California, progressive
oaudidato for vice prchideut began a
four-day (our of Now York with a
Hpoooh hero loday at noon. From
hero Governor Johnson will go to
Schenectady whoro ho will speak to
night. At ownrk, N. J., Johnson attack
ed Governor Wilson for his attitude
toward tho New York demoeratio sit
uation and oharaelerir.ed the demo
oratio Qtiiididnto'ti tariff argument as
"Indefinite, and nmhiguouH."
STACEY IDENTIFIED AS
ASSAILANT OF BURNS
8T. LOUIS, Oct. l.Uoutonant
Burns, of tho Chicago police depart
ment Idonllflod Walter Stacoy as tho
man who boat him up In Chicago.
Stacoy was being arrostod lu connec
tion with tho Now Wcstmlnator rob
Btaqoy upon being confronted by
Utirm declared ho had never botoro
soon the lloutonunt,
TAFT CANS SPEECH FOR
'USE DURING CAMPAIGN
MMVKRMLY. Mass., Oct. l. Prosi
dont Taft today dellvored a'spooch
Into a recording phonograph to bo
used for'c&muulitu mirnosoa. Ilecordu
of tho apeooh, It waa satd, would lo
OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 3012.
WHO SOLD HIS CITY
MH.WAUKKK. Wis.. Oct. 1. Af-
ler being operated for a fractured
skull sustained when hts Flat car
crashed through n, fenco during the
speed trials for tne Vandcrbllt cup
races, David JJruce-Hrown died horc
thin nflernoon. Alter opening the
skulls of Hruco-Urown and his
mechanician, the surgeons who per
formed tho operations declared that
both had a fighting chnnco for life.
Tho tnechnnlclan is fctlll unconscious.
Driving a Kiat car at tho rato of
8.". miles an hour, llruce-Hrown
crashed Into a,ronct on the third lap.
Drown nnd his mechanician wero
both, picked up unconscious.
Ilruco-Urown's skull was found to
IKDIAKAI'QLIS. Iml., Oct. 1. Tho
national conservation congress was
opened bore today with nn address of
welcome by Charles W. Kalrbauks.
former vice president of tho United
Scores or conservationists woro
present from all parts ot tlto coun
try. In his address of welcome Fair
banks directed what many bollovcd
wan a snip at tho conservation policy
of tho new progressiva party.
"Do not surrender," ho Bald. "Your
present well tried guaranties ot Jus
tlco nnd tho rights ot man for theories
which 'neither upon good renson nor
experience nro commended to our
President Taft was represented at
today's bcfslon by Secretory of Wnr
StiuiHou who addressed tho delegates.
WITH SOUTHERN TRIP
ASUVILLK. N. C, Oct. 1. Theo
dore Itoosovolt, progressiva candldato
for president Is hero today greatly
pleased with his rocoptlou la tho
south. Ills volco Is so hoarso ho can
hardly speak on this, his final day
Itoosovolt expects a big vote for
tho progressives In tho south.
MAX COHEN ON TRIAL FOR
SUBORNATION OF PERJURY
l'OKTLANl). Oct. 1. Max O. Co
hen, Portland attorney", today is un
der indiuliuent by tho federal grand
jury on a chargo of subornation ol
testimony in a white slavo ense. It
is alleged that Cohen induced Esther
Wood a woman tho government al
leges was brought hero from Cleve
land, Ohio for immoral purposes, to
swear falsely at the hearing of Jake
Oroulch, charged with "white hla
vory" for having brought tho woman
horo. Cohon defended Orouioh.
CALLS ULSTER COVENANT
lUShPAStT, Ireland, Oct, 1. I
lowing the signing of- the Ulster co
venant, (ho district counuH of Car-.
vlok-on-Sulr, Tipporary, has passed
n resolution denouncing thu bigniug
i yVls, x. T Knur
KILLED RACING FOR
Military Trains Loaded With Troops
Leave Belgrade for Border Ulti
matum Sent Sultan Montenegro
Preparing to Join In Attack.
HKLOItADi:. Bcrvla, Oct. 1.
Last night and this morning military
trains loaded with troops started for
tho Turkish border. All automobiles
In Delgrado havo been commandecre'd
by tho military authorities for war
LONDON', Oct. 1. Foreign Minis
ter Saznoff or, Itussia is hero today
luconferenco with tho Turkish, Crock,
Servian and Dulgarlan ministers in an
effort to prevent war In tho Hal
kuns. The powers fear the result of
tho conflict would bo the partition
ing ot Turkey.
.Montenegro (n Join
CKTTINJK, OcL 1. King N'lcholas
or Montenegro Is engaged In a gen
eral council or war with his advisers
hero today. Mobilization or the
Montenegrin forces and a desvent on
Alvania aro expected bo the outcome.
HKItLIN, Oct. 1 Rumors or im
minent war In tho Italkans with the
possibility that Germany may be In
volved caused a panic on the Bourse
today. Stocks slumped badly and
the banks are refusing all loans.
PARIS. Oct. 1. Private despatches
from Constantinople received today
say that Nenadovltch tho Servian
minister has given Turkey two days
to release a tralnload ot munitions of
war en route to Sorvta which arc be
lug held by the Porte. Unless Tur
key compiles tho note says, Scrvla
will at ouco declare war.
Franco Tightens Piino
PARIS. Oct. 3. PlanhiiiK to top
the imminent Balkan war by tho me
thod of tightening its purse tritigs
tho government this evening request
ed all French bunks not to advance
any money to the Balkan states
Other Ettrocnii chancellories prob
ably will net similarly thus tying up
financial supplies nud disorganizing
the var plans of the confederacy
which plans to defeat and dismcrabur
VIENNA, Oct. J. 11 was authori
tatively stated hero this evening thnt
Austria has asked Russia to explain
a Russian mobilization now proceed
ing in Poland. It is suspected that
tho Czar whilo pretending1 to seek
!cncc iu the Balkans secretly wants
war. Austrian troops left tonight for
the Balkan frontier.
AUGUSTA. On., Oct. l.-Pandlug
a roply from United States Commis
sioner ot Labor Charles F. Nell as
to whether tho difficulty might bo
takon up undor tho Krdman media
tion law. Augusta streot car men out
on atrlko toduy marked tlmo. Tho
comnnny Is making no attompta to
oporato Its cars.
Tho court mnrtlal ot seventeen
mombors ot tho stato militia, Includ
ing Captain Jowltt and Captain
llondorson, tor shooting and killing
three citizens last wook started to
PATTERN DEMONSTRATOR AT
MEEKERS' STORE FRIDAY
Ml'ss Frlsbto ot tho. Now York of
flco or tho McCall Paltorn company
will ho at tho M. M. department storo
on Friday; Oct. 4, to demonstrate pat
terns to tho ladles ot Medford. Miss
Frlsblo will show how to uso (ho Mc
Call patterns to tho best advantage
and why thoy aro tho simplest und
cnMost patterns to put together and
will explain anything aldles may wish
to kuow about patterns or Btylcs.
PACIFIC MAIL SALE
DENIED AT NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Secretary
Miller ot tho Harrlman linos today
donlod nil knowledge today of a re
ported sale ot tho Pacific Mal com
pany. Ho satd the rumor was prob
ably duo to nn advance lu too lino a
l8t0?K- . . . '
OUT OF RUNNING
Murphy Announces He Will Not In
terfere With Democratic Conven
tion But Will Permit Dcletjates to
Have Free Hand Sulzcr In Lead.
SYRACUSE, N. Y., OcL l.-J-Whcn
the democratic stato convention
opened here todny It wns announced
that Charles P. Murphy would not
Interfere but would permit the in
dividual delegates to act ot their own
Murphy's rotusal to enforce the
unit rule Is believed to mean that
Governor i)lx is out ot the running.
Congressman William Sulzer of New
York appears to be tho strongest
candidate although he Is opposed In
After effecting temporary organi
zation the convention adjourned
while tho leaders will fight out the
question ot whether Dix Is lo bo rc-
CRAZED BY TYPHOID
IIOLMSTER, Cnl., Oct, 1. Craz
ed for fotir years as a result of
typhoid fever, but kept nt home be
cause she was believed to be harm
less,, May Thomus, aged 21, is today
the slayer of her only brother, Gro
vcr Thomus, nj;cd 27.
The shooting occurred in )i? kitch
en of the Thomas funn house about
twelve miles from hero on the Benito
river. Thomas" w'asVhol throu'sh the
heart and died instantly.
There wero no witnesses to (he
tragedy. The s'rl was found la(er in
the brush by a sheriffs deputy and
tnkea to the jail here. No words
passed her lips. She probably will
be sent to nu asylum.
PALO ALTO BANK
PALO ALTO, Cnl., Oct. 1. State
Senator Marshull Black, accused of
embezzling more than $100,000 from
(he Palo Alio building nnd loan asso
ciation is loday officially ousted of
the secretary of tho concern.
At a mcetitij of the board of direc
tors, the resignation of Black wai
demanded, and B. G. Allen, president
of the Palo Alto chamber of com
merce, and head of the Palo Alto
I lard ware company, chosen to suc
Tho directors havo shown no indi
cations of prntcuutiti; Black, at least
until they havo realized to the full
on tho assets of tho association.
WITH ELEVENTH WIFE
NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Probably no
man slnco King Solomon has a great
er matrimonial record than Lionel E.
Lawronce, graduate of tho United
States naval aendomy, actor und tstnge
producer, who Is today on his honoy
moou with his eleventh wlfo.
Lawronco'a latest brldo wna Mlsa
Ernestine M. Doychort or Chicago,
known on tho stago as Ellzaboth
ELY MINERS THREATEN
ELY. Nov., Oct. 1. -Unless tho
union la recognizod nud an Increase
In wages of fifty contB a day la
grnntod, tho miners hero wM call an
Immediate strike, according to Chas.
tL Moyer, labor leader, hero today.
Munager Lakeuan of tho Nevada
Consolidated company, asserts that
tho minora nro BatlBfjod with tho com
pany's rocont voluntary lacreaso of
tweuty-flve centB a day.
QUAY BY FLINN
Agreement Made Whereby Quay Was
to Send Flinn to Wahrnt&fi In
Exchange for Political Central of
Pittsburg Campaign Aired,
WASHINGTON, Oct. !
Poise Pcnroso says I offered him or
anybody else 12,000,000 to be elected
Bonator from Pennsylvania ho lied."'
This was the denial made, here to
day to tho scnato campaign contri
butions committee by William FIIrh
of Pittsburg, to charge by Senator
Penrose that Pllnu hsd attempted te
buy a scat In tho Unltod State wa
Fllnn Is leader of tho progressive
party In Western Pennsylvania and
It was largely due to hts efforts that
delegates to the republican aatienat
convention at Chicago Instructed for
Theodore Roosevelt were elected.
The Plttsburger choked with rage
when mention of Penroso's charged
was made. Senator Penrose sat well
up In front and Fllnn. In voicing hts
denial, turned until he faced hla ac
cuser. ProgreftSlre Campaign ' '
Only a few spectators wore present
when the committee"" met at 10:10
o'clock. Fllnn wad scheduled to
open today's hearing with his testi
mony. Following his brief conversa
tion with Chairman Moses K. Clapp,
however, Fllnn was excused for the
time being and Elon Hooker, treas
urer of the progressive national com
mittee was called to the stand.
Hooker submitted records ot the
New York county progressive commit
tee which showed that contributions
to tho pre-conventlon campaign of
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt from
New York were $59,157. The ex
penditures, ho said were $52,000,
Amos Plachot, a brother of GlftenL,.
Plnchot. Hooker said collected $11.
000 In addition (o the above receipts,
Judge Lovett, chairman of the
board or directors or the Southern
Pacific railroad, it waa announced,
would testify later in the week re
garding contributions tho late E. H.
Harrlman is alleged to have made
and collected for Theodore Roose
velt's 1904 campaign.
Primaries a Farco
Hooker testified that Alexander
Cochrano, a carpet manufacturer, con
tributed $25,000 to the campaign
fund. Hooker tcstlttcd that the total
expenditures ot the progressives pre
convontlon were $141,657. This
amount ho said Included $17,000 paid
out In railroad fares by Colonel
Roosevelt and former Senator Dev
crldge. Hooker declared tho progressives
spent $5,000 iu Maryland; $3,5000
In Maine; $5,200 in Massachusetts:
$13,500 in Illinois, and $17,500 spent
by Senator Joseph M. Dixon, of Mon
tana who had chargo of Roosevolt
headquarters In Washington. The
nbovo figuro, Hooker said, did not
cover California and Intermountaln
states. Ho did not bollevo that any
Independent state fund was raised.
Munsoy (Javo $a,000
The progrosslvo receipts wero In
creased, Hooker said, by four con
tributions from Frank Munsoy, mnga
zlno and nowspaper publisher, which
totaled $30,000. Othor contribu
tions, ho said, wero from Kmlen
Roosevelt, W. Barbour, Douglas
Robinson. O. K. Roosovolt and W. K.
Roosovelt, each of -whom gave
$5,000; H. L. Stoddurd wth $4,000;
Dan Tunn, $2,500. d. W. Perkins
no said contributed $2,500 besides
earlier donations. Hooker declared
that Roosevelt's primary campaigns
woro tho. most economical over con
ducted, considering tho number ot
Fllnn oh Stand ,.
Flinn presented the statement of
his prQ-convon(lon expenditures, as7
sorting that ho contributed from 88
to 90 por cent of all the Roosevelt
monoy usod lu Pennsylvania. 1
FUuu said h!s contributions
amounted to $09,384 to the Penn
sylvania campaign and that ot this
amouut $38,000 was, spent in AN
loghany county In whleh kPltt8burg la
FUuu said that $29,960 was spent,
on postal cards during the flgkt, H
said: "Tho money, .wai eUariHut to ,
the Roosevelt oawjwUii but It sev
ered a much largor range at iHtyml,
Tho Taft men Pt $0.6p9 I A1"
leghany county alon, I tHlak t
large expenditures shouW step'
Senator Clapp te NoeeuefM
Fllnn regarding PftfMs'i , ,!
1 i i - r - - i "ir -fT1 i
(Centtausd e If9 )
- (- A,t(
tie i blasphemous mummery,