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DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STGC AND WOOL INTERESTS Ur THE rlREAT JUDITH COUNTRY.
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R. VON TOBO, JL. ,
Attc:ney at Law.
I.MWI$.5tc WN, . . OSNTANA.
Ca I. K. laud. 4Ir Iat. «f all a rn-.Ys las..
In tta*Ilditls eial. will, al,-trawl. af all Uw.s
Wiui. ha ansi Itra I Ieale, Ia
WinesLiquors and Cigaits
Blatz lrw Caras ad Us, Oltr.asaa
M1AIN w w'T.I.IAIºE. A T
MaauL.ettue o! tns 0.' Or in
Cigais, Tobacco, Pipes,;
1 I~ar a Elgarette Itewdtsa.
UaMI Street. nowt W N. T. Dineanua
('1iiA . WY.I.IAIX, - 1'. tr ni.t
Kaiden. - - Montana.
Feed and Sale Stable.
Mr Matana twL. MaMa..
1igs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle
Animals and best
trdolf i ,l . want a flr.-... Ia ll.. . w.rktll a..
a.a ll4 l ,i.".. r gI ..i -t. .3 lt, t . g ." ,I'l. • £ ,all.
P. Saunders, Prop,
SN BIG SPRINGS CREEK.
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S rtl nrlll* I·.n ittwl say l to |ii. 4 .. f 4lykl
f(*r tIlem.. umntolationl if ,h. Iravla.it |nr lllk.
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In ,eltlwwle l it i ll t is ,h w.
FRANK AY, Prprieter.
A. M. Thompson
Drug., Pitlent M,"di.in.-, T,,ilht Art:
'les, I,sks, Etlf.
U'hSCNRIPONS L.REFULLY COMPOUNDED.
ilPharmllacy ,ir dhi.jr to. Argtl, ,t.h,
Ea. t M* . t:a..:a SI.. Maide.n.
as *ae k lwed Day or Night...a
Au kids eof resh Beef, Park, Matn.
slsagw. ah., a.
Main Street, Maiden,
oP-AITE for riht iE.
-f r',h V' cr.tlh .. i 'h*'*'- ,t,l IBut
:*lr . lway. ,n " lnl.
W. H. CULVER.
I oiratitand Iauld-tq
I TM Sasbtausa u EmplqS&
'a ..... of Mail.·.I an l' 'idlsJy "'.mIant lt an han..
IalJerry 3 pa.ne Abvr .%eU n..S.
M.t.ntaa rNnl. Mal-kn. .M. I'.
Hasattind a .(.ahe 1 d eirrlcoc hleb i
Itcamntaana c·ylrupprovcm( U that inncitiv'
S..lu, .kill and aeon. y can pmada..
Theea ncrllest On r a s r ehbt.d'.1 r .1..
WUm, quality ol to'c,. .Iwllk alg,.r. %...rt'- O
aaIa.Ma*.',actaa..act~kaj4... L aatyl i: LLI~h. pew.
lsteoa.U'atia. 1usuu g tiun. ti} i,. t attract
ive. eeaa ntatai 4 Arab) o:kat.: f. Llnan.
r;Mchu. turoL,~f l iac g ·u soot. tJ., e.
I STABLIMSEIb MCP;ýA::Et..
;ssR tALED rAtt1Lmrj.
SKILLE WSU211K3ZLY .
L.umaiLL. YazI. Tula
THH POPULAR ORGAN
lustructisn toLos aaid Pialo Steels.
Craaloapa and X'r~c. LUst.,, nir t.Articai. FaiL .
The Chicago Cottage Orga Co.
Ciflaw Saadadgh sad Aaa Streetsy
(-tw Mess Meek Oener.]
(ame meaelagjia tle HT enp
To bha addl in ara was tied.
A eta.m Ia the aad hberat.
*U'a she .llJ ride my I aelam k heN "
Ioe riad I. arests lta r,
'Il ride him.""aaasead Phu l;
"1 ever msw the plag I'd I a."
Hitll th a eelh aallimdth. e
'You er hae is mei dared aid sheep."
'rtid Mte. with a ri AM aE
Asd I'll paer it Iala h eb ear."'
AThe sead s pate ,ad the brawea . aenad,
The arluked with all hki m riht.
Asnd Pete, like a het ers (uJathig girae,
Irifted them aet t at ight.
li eaeth hr ae'er agla ilaealed,
And my ai..ry uaes. aoso
That a sun elsn tew Seeasha h aid
May tarc te s mree breathe.
ON Pm= e TM e r u
,w I. frl . lSO IN* flr ta.
Friday afternooun of lIast week Ir cow
Ioyy nrde into twn roin the La I. rosaid-uF
ianmll. thenL Jlat'atd altstl tshree nlles aouth
of Overlamnd. The y swee goad rilaen and
hylltlOtd onl nier sted.s. Lit thimr condltct
ats sic . ato (nitaa•ltn InO auti Jitcol of
what rhey ltight dlo l hen surchargel with
tihe nalnhre-t,,l.tn.l liqlui. In r~c, dlarin
their atay in town oliver nighb t they leharved
Ilrrgllantleelln er u fors cn be learned; at
least they were not llarrelanole. pd hl their
hills anli showel no dilpotiton ito pone a
"hail ten' lint they ienllltl tI halve
sttirel up a rIoctk of saeaadnteea for their
luailre Itrin ille oIlnaraarlig.
Onli ittaanlav Ilaurlling. atIieir hirutial
frlitleas elorts to .elt a elln tiae. alid ireat.
it rJigrellll.ht it, an illtlltt of hrllllh ,alt iiea
tie. itutlhh hward tlhe ahlagati. i ll, .litti
itl their reitv ers ille a hiod nlat ctrrein
iaitier, a. ihey rotade away. in litolig
ill iiamil lti ilt l il.tt ' I'lh i aidltr t la y.n,
ihity polli..l their gunls al ti red elev.en
tllutd ilit tihe hltmiltag, tlliur of which
etitered l. sliti tover the ,h.tr anti tearing
tihe .talig withiln. Charles Archer and A.
J. l'atapltiII, tnitijlutym at ;iae .is.ttej| Io1re
arrasttre, wrt, stlnitg in the halaillng at
tl thime hut were awakeadti by tile tia.jlatla
I'ri, tllh.ut-iuc. Tlhey luid Iow. howesrer,
iuul is I,.l Wtwhe lliluer. w!u nea trat runtlLt
Ifur the c. wh'.. tl eal nrapily away to
tlium r icamtilt.
Were this th' Cettlint of thtir ii etdig it
mightI lo-pasi l IihiUt Serioust cnsler.
I atliol; hlit it ma. not. Prior to ltheiriepart
ore its te msli rlillrg, oue of their nlumber
I' alu little dltltculty at a alsrtiulg hlouse
Lall 4 'lylabie Wt hbur: was u i ecalled uill;i
to arr.-t Ilite. Approacllhing the lOW Is.y
un.rul. Ie w i. labut.t io ll. i tli duty when
a re.vlr wau tllhrt il his face lhilowed
by Ithe colimmal: tand, lack you a-u-.
al-a-l, or I will ahslt you!" )Mr. Wai.h
burn llt. uld do nothnllllg l.tter than retire in
gollod or lr nid wait for reilllurcellenla.
Moluiling his horse tile cuwardly cow boy
rlde out Ull the claiml IIl ai ty.
I wastlle Wit-hiurnl, hurnilg under the
il-tullt ail ull ttellrl reaidlae. hlastily
det,.rlietd to piurure the fleeting rage
rlers. le .lid 11ot ilntend to be so eallly
balliedl. rurilig the asci-ltace of Waih
Kelly Jiohn Kentier, W.a1lliL O'liesl andi
Willia i Clegg. hie tartI ilfor Itlher tlllp.
Applroling Itheir deastilnitionli thie found
a ca11pi ol cow boys that ulinuslaered
thilstll at absut the amle ratIo itting ItUll
dld tCusler. A deleglate Irl the ramip mell
out to Ilsee thae otlera. ifaltrlullll t theli
thliat ile of their llnumber could eunter their
lltilne realml al hold a Iarley, if he welnt
i unllrlmted. (ll alable Washbliurn cllt-led
tile illctlation anid wlrlt itl thle halile
i malpl.. l wuring lill way a red flag was l.iat
l44 IIi hrite breeze over lhis helad.
IThe .w boys, iliforll. l the officer that
they halld "bel to Mlaiden, had a lgood
tttle, their holres' leet were mre and they"
gu.nad they w.oullldn't go hack again."
hey still tarry onll the rairie, lthe itlerh
beliillligedl to retuirn witlhout thewi iucl
to their di gust.
Tlhere arl sll se talk ofl ralisling a lisaie i
the 'eviiilg large eiiougl to lbring tihe guilt
parlieks nack at all hiazarl Iut the lack oi
. r-tw lsid suIlitable l Ilrtln plrevenite tl
.itl-u 4 lt4 Il o the sallwlea. The ot Iei w
Ialso, thoughtll grave, wal s ot autllieul t'
wIrrltlll deperlte iI llllethods.
iThe. aien are l traige t. r t tlhias satiu 0
Th'liey b-loi to the .ttu -clihell ali il lI
Jlry roulindiiup, iot of thlitsi riecently fruoi
Texa(n. .lll talsa ciw s l..ave the re .
tallui t l eri g g-i.istle ulal gioU kniow hiVl
to tictct tilie.eives wie ii towni C.
li- territorv is to be iili+te'l witi a gall i
i ..tiilawt, the .,iter we fish it out aIl
Ietter. What it lIUn itsi lexa, will be lota
1to ba ac 'iort lomatter Ill .iit..it.a. It t, h
uiulkthey an "' linwit tius towni red" a a
threiatenl a petace ,lti,.-er, they are bttil
44 11sl wlang cardt. %, .1.i't 1 iieve It
a'Jtt!,, liiii ii l this -eel lOis will keep ,>u
Ilit.i illt t.eir eii, i . tiruliville tl I l
tri'si "ise-iiluiiiiii4.-a-ld dot care w
I1 1,11" Uist m.lane 11:l, , a. 1, by toe n w
f le i , the Illy" t" I.i y thiat eve'r I I
Ifriu lt. it i thiI i ts , ., I ts is n measier
tlilal ih e Ie a.t- w i're chap-, a, tlle ts i .
1i: t1i, lat'lall"y well k ,n w.
Ihir iea tIhth lier. I a prI<j ...
: ~t.ii.:. liii- i ',N i,,,) * i a, air.l, i-i, 1 11
t'.amu-t" .. il'at. nln -lillr \Lo enl xt i l. ro
they 41,1l-t all' elt.ertX I to wreak their l'f1
t-un e -tJ In e li m.iaial.m itlh eitl.t., ., [l[
mi ea m behave himself in any profession.
and if new boys think it cute to shoot
their guns in town they should he
end. to know that it is extremely silly am
a d tnaea Wraseei. It may tido for Texas
bhtS will not he tolerated in Montana.
emne timeines several gentlemea living
the Judith, feeling the great neemsity of
lail syrvkes cirealated a petition to
that end, Mr. Husoe. who reide at the
of - ltgsriing creek, visiting Maiden
tie lateremdt of the mcast. Mr. MaPartandl
therm osed their assitance, belev
g t establishmment of such a route a
ita f jastlee toe large nnumnr who are
w eimpelled to go twenty-ive and thirty
lam b their mail. The matter was laid
lelegate Toole, who has used his
earta for the petitoners. Mr. Mc
a in receipt of a letter from Del.
Toole in which Is enclosed one tront
r Assistant Psastmnaster siens-sal Kantt
al states that. "service front Fort lIen
tto Maikles will be includedl in the next
t of mail service in Montana.'
Toole is entitled to the hearty
abe d the petitioners for his prompt
w dedalve acthon in the matter. Hereto
p must of the petitions mnt hfront thi
I as have founid undistrhbed repose in
d a ided pigeoun hole.
o A Matt d No Mmm Admauedba
tUvingston Enterprise referring
Stot recent Indian raids in this re
I g the fellowing pointed remnarks
a i nrd to this and other military
e hrughout the territory :
r a sout Billings and thence
nort aid to the Missouri the air iz
ith h bomre-stealings and rumonrs
f ealings. The Crows are
Sstal from the Pigensa and the Pie
1es, a the Crown, ani ast details of
the t tribes journey back and forth
acr e country on raids nidt comnI- I
ter a, pursuits and retreats, they
pick ua few white moen's horses or
whit ,en take a hand and throw the
odian. , the Indians. Now the En
terp bhas a remedy to suggest.
There a squad of soldiers at Yort
Maginni the most of whom have ncr
er seen Indian since they Ihlve hben
at the l. Several times this saim
,ster wh Indians have been reported
in the v inity a stuall detaehment of
blue can have been sent in pursuit.
T'le osltHr inoomumand halwas' direc
teri 1H lets to take one blcultt inl
Ctlaeir avcrs.cks end when tSie bisiuit
aI 'ltten he always ordered a retulrn I
.oa te fort for rations. As a conne
Smiee no ladians were caught. Now
"if hoe stoldiers are not out here en
ti ly for their healthl why canmnot tiley
Stationd during the .horse-stealing I
a n in tantonements strett"head
a nt the country invariahly traversesd
I thie Indiann in their raids? This
Ild go a liong way toward piuttinpg an
Sto thie thieving. We regard at as
a duty of tile military. rather than
civil authorities, to k(m,k after tims'
iane. If the oldiers as-tlteres over
territory are not for the purlses sof
eing the Inslitan iin uhjectliula asnds
thIi)r reservations we haive no .c.on
ption of their duties. That Isalianm .
olid he constantly goiang h, scS andi
Irh on these predatory raids almnosst
sight of the garrisons is a disgKra'e
our alleged armly.
In justice to the command at Fort
aginnin, it mnlt be conceded that at- I
ye steps have ieen taketl to overhautl
Ie Indiana engaged in recent depre
ations. Detachments have been sent
n various directions unlder capismle
ld vigilant odicers, and a nullnen :r of
ndians and ponies captured. We
now. so far as the young otleters are t
neerned, that they would rather he t
ntployed iln such service than iasting 1a1
round the garrison, and we believe it
a emsally true ill regard to the troolsa, s
s;spe.ially at this seamsos of thie ye;tr.
Periap imore explicit orders should is
Sissued fronl headquarters regardlinsg I
heir duties in case of Indian raids. .
IS TANIA TEML
Neihart is said to he looking up.
The Miner says the Butte directory
will contain 7,0oo names.
There is a big crop of wild plums
on the Crow reservation this year.
A great many crab-apples and some
plums were raised in Helena this year.
A ran.:hman on Shiel Is river suc
cessfully raised 0oo tobacco plants
The Knights of labor of lunlte,
hdve issued a circular demand:ng the
expulsi:mn of the Chinese.
Peck & Patterson, of the Judith.
shipped twenty doubled deck cars of
sheep to Chicago from Billings. l.st
On the niight of the 17th. the stor..
warejause and corntents. beloniin, to,
I.yle & Co.. at Stlcesille. w:r,- e,.
tire;vconsume, by fire. L.oss, 7.,. -.
'1ii. Review says : There were 732
rtien r.n the Anaconda colmpl piay
roil l,st month. morlcethl:n, Oser
t67.ooo was disbursedl anm)ng t:;. el)
'"I August Trautwein was shot and in
stantly killed, undoubtedly by Indi
-ans. on his ranch in the "Ilitter Root
I Bend," -bout twelve miles below Mis.
souls, a short time since.
Danl. Brandt, of Cooke City, while
intoxicated one night recently, lit a
stick of giant powder and while en
gaged in swinging it in the air bad his
right hand blown ofl
On the asth of September a,5oo
head of cattle will be shipped from
Wallula Junction to Montana. It is
estimated that the Northern Pacific
has shipped 33,0ooo0 head of stock dur
ing the present season.-Independent.
A man is on his travels through
Montana who claims to have been an
African Missionary. He proved him
self to be a fraud, a liar and a de
bauchee, at Glendive and Boemnan.
Look out for the rascal.-lnde
It is announced that the Canadian
Pacific will be completed and prepared
to carry freight and passengers through
to the Pacific on the sth prox. The
nmain line being completed, then look
out for branch building. The Fort
Benton line will be the first under
Last week the Bull Mountain round
up, found the remains of a mnan near
Hibbard Creek, about sixteen miles
from Junction City. The body was
much decayed. l'rom the clothing
and boots it was thought to have been
the remains of a soldier, possibly a
deserter, who had perished last winter.
A friend in Colorado writes that he
has sent us a tarantula nest, containing
a Large number of fresh eggs, all of
which will hatch out in due course of
time. We have not fully determined
what disposition we shall make of
the vipers. but seriously think of dis
triluting them among our delinquent
Frank Esler dissents from the state
ment that Emigrant and Eclectric
I'caks in the Yellowstone range, and
Snowy Peak in the Crazies, represent
the greatest altitudes in Montana.
Mr. Esler believes that Index Pe;.k,
in the Clarke's Fork Range, is mi,:h
higher than either of the Peaks men
Itl ne I. awli he has lately procured aim
aneroid for the putrp ne of measuring
Electric lights for headlights on
locomotives have been tested and found
to be successful, an-I the first one used
in the W\est was placed on engine 167
and run from Brainerd to St. Paul
over the Northern l'aciiic road on the
leh Meos -tA alsm .
Bishop lrewer's appointments fromi
date. are as follows:
White S. Springs, Sunday, Sept. 27.
Martinsdale, Sunday, Oct. 4.
Ubet, Friday, Oct. 9.
Cottonwood, Sunday morn':.Oct. S t.
Lewistown, Sunday even'g, Oct. [ s.
Ft. Maginnis,Su:day morn'g,Oct.sl.
Maiden, Sunday evening, Oct. s8.
A Smeembid Iar
After nearlv ten years of idlleness
I the manlter at O*Hke City, aowned byI
the Eastern MluIt:sn, Mining andl
Sitteltillg 'ontpattany~,. wais tiredl up week
Lbefoire lat by Fraltk "-lhnr, atnl in aixty'
lhoaurns 1tt) tons of re were snne'Jtt.i
nail twentylv-ight tons of bullion dralwn
ofT. 'The hollion w.as at once hauinlol
it (Jinnarhar frontla wlhencenn: it will bI.
shilppe eastt to Ine relined. A bar of
this bullion is worth fronm So tao *1lN;
Iper toa in silver, whlilu t.he lena will
pay fur shipping.-loz,,nann;n Chronicle.
.it the mieting of thie .Mont"an
"'ioaneers aod every one entitld so to t o
should ei reqeatedl tno furnislah the cunr
respnling secrl'etary.,dulring tlnahe canhing
year, a Ibrief sketch of their lives, for
thn. purpose aof maiking up a "l'ioi ..neert
Ieo'ral,'" -iailiiar to thn-t of I 'liforni:,
+anl IlhIat all tlhe newspapers of .an1n
taina 'at rn'qauete.d to punli-h this notice'
for thr• aonaatis anl, :sidl tilate. a aco'ntg
pli,|Inaant if ti'a anit rpari-e.
'The sketch should t njtaitn at least
the date sanl plna nf b"irth, thne dl,te.
raoats and meIas of etn antanvaennea . in
aaaainig tao Masatana, api.'es of reaaidal n',
-all e' con'la , , (i. inalll:tiong alngd lnaat
alaport nit ".arat- dulting aitaj r-,a.i
da"nce, with lay alliti,,a anie natter a
ti," writar on.ay ai-hl to n aKe.
.l.av of tha. piunear- are rd.el, nanna
Sai- ea'na-tly da-;re-d that ,au.e fien,,l
nat aan may supply the raecord far
ncllh anll ogn,.
C uotn.n ngan IIEIMtnE',, Cor. Sec.
HLELt"tw' August ":th, lee;)
t Mrs. Sarah Ella Davidson, of Boulder
- \'alley, is a little black-eyed woman
w'ith a tender heart and the courage
of a lioness Last Friday, says the
a Sentinel, of Boulder, while Mr. Da.
,. vidson was away from bome, Mrs.
is Davidson and her little .year old
daughter were in the garden about
thirty yards from the house gathring
otatoes, when the child eaclaimed to
her mother: "There's a bear, moth
is er, go get the gun." The mother
c looked up and saw three bears toam
ing. She took her little one 'bhe
arm and led her to the house, ad tak.
h ing down an okl trusty Sharp's ride,
n "started out for bear." The dOgs, in
. the meantime had chased two of them
away, but the third one ran into a
. thicket about thirty yards from where
she had stood at the time die had dis.
covered them. She walked within
fifteen steps of the thicket and kneel.
ing upon one knee iaited sietal mo
ments for bruin to make his -appear
ance, in order that she might seal his
Sdeath warrant The dogs soon chased
t him out, not, however, until he had
stlpped them right and left several
times. As soon as the bear came to
the edge of the thicket he stood erect,
Swth outstretched arms. While he
r was in that attitude she gently raised
a her rifle, and without even a particle
s of fear, shot him through the heart.
t She waited only a moment for it to
Srise and the bear showing no signs of
life, she went directly u? to it, took it
by the hind leg, and, with the assist
ance of the dogs, soon had it at the
house, and in less than thirty minutes
the hide was hanging upon a peg.
This is said to be the first bear ever
killed by a woman in this territory.
She was asked if she felt any fear at
the time and she said: "I only had
one idea In my mind at the time and
that was the bounty money, as I just
needed $7.So to finish paying for my
sewing machine." The hide was seat
to Boulder, the bounty money received
and the last payment on that sewing
machine has been made,
From the St. Paul Globe of the aind
ult., we clip the fellowlagr --. - .
Yesterday articles were filed with
the register of deeds ineororating the
Stillwater Mining company and the
Minneapolis Mining and ameltin
conlpany. The capital stock of each
company Is JSalJ,JUu, and the incorpo.
ratuors are thle sue: P. W. MeAdow,
of Billings, Mont.; J. V. Nye. Still.
water, Mountana; J. IL Ander.
son, Maiden, Montana; I. J. Dav.
enitort, E. I. Emery and C. P. Chap.
Imnti of Minneapolis; . 8. Case, W-a.
The coutarnies are formed for the
pIurpwer of oetratinig copper mines
itou*te, oI thle Stillwater river, abtout
twelve maileN from, U(oke City,; alla.
lin coutlty.1lut., which are said to be
si''eling with ore which assays fron o(1
to si peir cent. of copper of a superior
qualily. The Minoºeaplis stockhlold
i-ra wbi havetrgamlsedl the companies
leariveld of the imarvellous richness of
the usins smoie tine ago, an last sum.
mier vi-.iut the place personally, ac.
(omptl(ullited ly an experienced niner
and treittallurgist. A careful exanilna.
tiuon war made, tie results of which ex
'eeded the wildest expetattions. The
celelbrateid umtines in the vicinity dt
Butte only assay front 12 to 16 Iand] it
per cenit., but the ore in these fields
was found to be four titues as valuable.
Arrangeseenta for tle purehasing of a
tract of land Ilupin whiich eleven of the
mines were Iw alted were malde, and
ui on their returtn hoeie to Milnnesi
oll at otnce set to work to organisa ti.
tlulltlies hich are now jior!Ht...
ted. Plentty of em'aital has beet
cureL uld a withnll tesn days the work
imtuproving four tof the itines wil; I.
tanumillllnle'ed, inlvoluag asa expe...
A leow ladia.
.rgrant-lat-Arlmsn of the House, Lee.
dom,, who was isn chlarge of tlie 11,1
lmall hui:il O enllei(tteLe, Cltmiel hack to
the city with variolus novel views of the
ludlial raceT'. Lted (loud he believes to
ibe a loafer aend colntitutional dead
l hea,t who iwh tihe onely one of tlie chie'fs
the' crolllnsitte."' lets visited that steadily
refluse., to allow his children to attend
shiloe,l aid take oel the ways of civilh.
tatinll. Itel *tlmu tells his IML'uoele
that an imag as the great lather knows
tlat tlee"y are untable to slauSgart theet*
nelve. tlhcy will be provided with ra
tienos, but if they iecontee self-se-1,i-er
ing tihey will receive to mluore hael.i
Saelien it was ueggesteal to hiese tlast h
me .'lr..uld learn to farm, ee sail:
"'Our fairloaer (their ilsatructor in ag i.
culture a. not of the ribht kind. II..
colls here: anld wantc us warrlors t.e
work. "'llhat we walllt is for the great
fatherll to send s white imens to plmant
our cornl, Ihe It. rear it and ellt
ºs barlo., which they slhould build for
ui-. Ve arel, w.narlers anddon't work at
-ilitawe' wok." Mr. Leedeul, asy the
eanntittee huae a nuitiber of reformse
asl l es. t governamelt to reI'cnlend.
l'fte 1 se.. ral tanr o' f theme will tee to
tr.ust tlhe I nadh..uas like children anll
k"'Vetrn thllarn a'.eelrdingly-to teaech
thenI to fitrma :tal earle their own livi
eSg, heut ine the llmeantime to care for
thleml wiha never h"cy are unable to do