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PART ONE. Pages 1 to 8
VOL XLIII. NO. 39 NEWBERRY. S. 0. FRI DAY. M AY 11. 19(. TWICE A WEEK, $1 50 A YEAR
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Mr. Bedenbaugh's Barn Burned
Old Folks' Day to be Observed
-Roller Mill Sold.
Prosperity, May 10.-Old folks'
day will be celebrated by Grace S.u.
(lay school on Sunday, May 27. An
interesting program has been ar
ranged, and everybody is invitved.
Come and enjoy the day. There will
be two short addresses, one looking
backward; the other looking forward
into tile future. The pastor will eom
bine hoth ;der,s in his addre.s or talk
to the congregation.
Voluntary by the choir.
Hymn No. 33S.
Scripture Rieading and Prayer.
Address, Looking Backward: Jacob
Sheely, Esq., of Mt. Tabor.
Hymn, No. :347.
Address: Looking Forward.
Hymn, No. 139.
The Past vs. The Future: Pastor
Hymn, No. 346.
Collection for Aged Ministers'
Hynmn, No. 11.
All li,- lynis, but one, are from
the I. , : f WoIrship, and 111 are rI
quested to brin.g their Books of Wor
ship with thei.
Mr. T. B. Bedenbaugh had the mis
fortune to lose his barn by fire last
week. In the barn was nine bales of
cotton, nine sacks of cotton seed meal,
2,000 pounds of hulls and a lot of
fodder. He will probably have three
bales of cotton to repack. Making a
loss of six bales. The loss, with barn.
cot-ton, feed, el e.. is about $500.00,
and as far as we al learn there was
The Cm t(enlle( SimilaN sdi)l emi
vention i\-ll meet this year aboit tile
.1011h of jully.
Mr. J. C. Sclumpelt. if Vidalia.
Geor-ia. made a1 Ilying visit homlle oil
WXedntesday, returing to Georiugia Onl
"Il turSday1. Our1 fol)ks ciome back onceo
ii a whil.
The Sorosis will I meet with I iss
Lillie Mae Russell (ill Friday the 11t.
Reciprocity dily: Motto: ''Nole of
us li veth ut ourseAves. '
Ilistriiumentall solo: Mrs. J. F.
Address: Mrs. W. K. Sligh.
Vocal S1o14): Miss Lillie Mae Russell.
ir. W. it. Wise hlas. been spending
a week inl lo(wn but has resumed his
g1ip and is oIly aail.
Prayer meting lit (I-aee chu111rell has
been elanged froil S p. iml. to 6:15 1.
m. This mailks it i daylight service
1111 is to he preferred.
Mr. J. 1), Quattlebaum guessed the
greatest 111number of ''ods' ill the
guessing contest at the social meeting
at the parsonneae on Friday evening.
Miss .Jane Cook, of Zion section,
is',isit ing Mrs. B. L. Dominick and
Mr'. TP. A. Dominiek.
The Prosperity Roller mill has been
sold( to palrties inl Sumter and has been
't taken dowmn anid shipped to thlat town.
WeT regret to lose it lbut therie wmas not
whea'it etnoughl raised in tis section
Miss Nannie WVest, of Saluda coun1
ty, 11haseen (4n a visit to Mis. HI. P.
M'iss Alma Fellers, of St. Paul's
haOs beent oni a visit to Miss Maiy
Mr's. I). W. 114land14 is spendinlg a
few (lays ill Colunmbia.
Miss Ednia Liv'ingst on, of Column
blia. spent last Sunday111 withl her br'othI
er', M~r. Hf. K. Livingston.
Our' old friend and former school
mate of the long ago, and now thle
popuilar' canidy salesman of Atlanta,
GIa., was in townm and we chatted over'
old times wmhen wme had spelling .hees
at the little old log school house5 just
act'oss the line in Lexington county,
flOnear where Little Mountain hlas sinlce
beetn built. In comparing notes we
found t hat, many of 0our playmates of
that othler day hlave already passed
ov'er the river' and joined the gr'eat
and1( silent major'ity.
Mir. W. L. Andrewvs, of Columbia,
spenlt Suinday withi his fiind, Mr.
H1. K. Livingstonl.
M,. w P. B. H-armon mseta co...
ple of days at his faim in (I reenwood
County. He was recalled by the se
rious illness of his little granddaugh
ter,- liebecea whom we are glad to
state is much bettert at this writing.
Our towi has sure enough become
i dry town since tle advent of tle
constable. so m1iuch so that in ole
ease in the hurry to be sure to get
a isnip'' unbeknow lnst to him got
hold of the wrong bottle and instead
of an eye opener they got a mouth
opener. They had got hold of the
wrong bottle and such spluttering you
never- heard. They had a bottle of
Paul's best black ink.
Cotton has been coming in (Iite
freely the past two days; on Tuesday
there wis 125 bales sold, and Wed
nesday 110. Tt made the streets look
a little like fall.
I am requiested to say that all the
ladies of the town of Prosperiity and
Vicinity who are eligible to ll.ember
shil ;.I t.e United Daughters of lie
Confederacy are asked to, mlee in tie
City Hall on Tuesday, May 15th, at
4.30 o'clock P. Mf., for the pmnpose (of
organizing a chapter of the same.
Those who catnot attend this meetig
are requested to send their names.
Let all b: !I this in m ind and attend
* e mwe, i.
'\'\lyot teganuize the So.; oI el
- -:0. n'.-rapter- al.o. ()r bi they
no 111:1Le ! h pters ouit - i
folks. I guess tihe ladies im apters
and tihe mil are books.
ARRANGING PRESS MEETING.
The State Press Association to Meet
At Isle of Pailms June 27-29.
President 1". H. Aull, of the South
Carolina Press Association, arrived in
the citv last night and was inl eonfer
enee witi local newspaperI mIe and1
otiers at the Commercial Club about
ille cominl..g meetinig of file Associa
tion at t Ie Isle of Palms. The invi
tation of Messis. 11iddock and Byrnes
to the Association to meet at their
hotel was necepted some tiie ag(;. and
the lbhject of tlie con ference was to
arrame dates and other details.
.June 27. 28 and 29 were designated
bv Priesident Aull, and Mr. W. W.
liall, tle local memiber of the Asso
viation'*s Elxectlive Committee, afIter
discussing the matter wili Mr. fid
A local committee was also pro
vided to arrange for the entertain
ment of the body, tle membership of
which will be aniouneed later.
Messers Rfiddolck and Byrnes have
tendered tle Association an extreme
ly liberal rate for entertainment and
the Consolidated Company has alse
agreed to extend transportation cour
tesies. It is understood that othe
hospitalities will be extended.
Mir. Loulis Appelt, editor of the
Manning Times. was in time city and
was present at the conference by in.
It will be of interest to the news
paper men that on two of thec days of
the meeting the South Atlantic base
teams of Charleston and Macon will
plhay in Charleston.
There is every prospect that this
meeting of the Association will be one
of thie miost delight fulh ever held.
News and Courier.
Th'le program and furt her informa
tion as to the meeting will lie furnish
ed by the Secretary. The people o~
Chiarlest on arc veryv much interested
in making the meet mu a great sue
cess. The memibers always enjmoy a
visit to C'ha rleston anad on thie Isle
of P almns will be del ighmt ful at thIiis sea
sonl of the y'ear.
It is hoi ped that we shall have every'
editor in thle State hpresent.
An Automobile Log Book.
An auttomiiobile' log book is a inew
lhiiig ini the line of' auto accessories.
It may be a ve'ry plain aind practical
affair, without illustration or' ilunii
nation, and bound in calf or vellum.
or it may lie bound in alligator skcin,
Some of thIese log books would alsc
le priized1 by members of the Itrafik
piage is divided ump. Tlhere are dlivis.
ionsi for thle dlate of run, time foi
start, objective point, time of arrival
sp)eed, distance cover'ed each day
nunmber of stops,. weather, guests and
THE LAURENS DISPENSARY.
Still Open-Attorneys Differ As to
Power of Writ Recently Obtain
ed from Judge Hydrick.
Whether tihe dispensar-ies should or
should not iemain open in Lauren.4
couity after the election there is a
matter of dispute between counsel
r-epresenting boti sides, and the set
1lement ol tihe question will be of gen
eral interest in all of the counties I
where a propositioni has been advanc
ed to vote out tle dispen-saiy.
it will be recalled that at an Clee
tion held last year' the figures showed 1
tlia the dispensary hand been voted
out in Lauiens county. An appeal was
imade to tlie State board of canvassers
but aifter hiearing the testimony the
election was deelared illegal. Messrs.
Bellinger & Welch, ais attorneys for
those opposed to prohibition, argued
that the election had been illegal in
that the returns hlad not been piop
erly signed and that the voters were
not required to show their tax ie
Ceipts and registration certificates.
This was held by the State board of
canvassers not to be of su1cient
sliowing to warrant declaring the elec
After this decision by tle board the
attorneys for tihe afspenstry people
seeiu'ed from JIIdge Hydlrick ait Edge
field a writ of cetiorari, which meant
that 11le evidence inl tile ease was to
be gine over 1,41or an v error t hat tihe
State ua Ini-it have made (t the
(lecisioi. A lecision has not yet been
made on1 1his by Judge Hydrick and
Mr. C. C. Featherstone, wiho has lead
the tight for tle alt i-(ispenlsary peo
ple, elaiis that tIis does not act as a
stay ol' proceedings and that the dis
pelsary should lbe closed. Oil the oth
er hiandtl the attorieys for tle dispen
snry 1wople elaim tliat the writ ob
(ained acts as a stay and that ui
a lecisionl is reidered the dispensa
ries shoulI reiainl open.
Mr. Featilerstone, Awho lwaS in the
city vesterilay on le-al busiless, said
flhat he hid (1 writen tle attorniey gen
eral about tlie matter and had not yet
given up1 thte ighM. Thie attornIey gren
erad has not yet given a written opin- I
ion con the it. qestionl and i( isej
prohble tilat the pwolilitiolists will
take otiler steps to hanve the dispen- I
stlr*ies closel. pendling this decision bY
News From The "Old Town."
1M1r. Editor, as you have not leard
from this "0(ld Town'' ill solme time.
I thought I woull drop you a line or
so to let you know that we are still
The K. of P's. here are getting
lalon ' i, 1nberinlg twenty-six
str-oll..: witih the prospects of m11or.e.
Mr.. Jas. If. Johnlsonl, ourt PastChn
celimr will represent us at tle (Gran(l
Lodge in Suter this mouth.
'h'llere is a lot, of sickness alroulnd
now mostly measles. Mr. J. W. San
decr's son1, Richard, has been very sick
with fever, but at this writing is
Mr. XV. R. Biouknight's family has
had tough luck, but is somewhat bim
provedI at this (late.
Re.White, who. preaches at CrossI5
Road chuch,stopped over Saturday
at Mr. W. HI. Sanders, Sunday lie
pieached ai fineC sermon01, taking his
text fr1m1 .Joshua , 7th Iihampteri, thliird
and1( (eihth verses.
Th'le farmers of t his sect ion arec
rus i thirough phlant 'ig and1 aire
getin r(leady to (cut the hiar f romi
thei r cot ton tliehs.
ir. W. 1. Sanders, eii( of ourii
most promlilinenit buisiiess muen iin this
pla1ce, received a fine safe t his week
1111d will pla:ce it in his store ini ada
Mtis' hniunie W\orkman111, thle cha~irm
ing' and1 accompiIl ishued daiugh ter oif .\i.
Workmian, who only last year moved
friom 14 Oh Tiwn, is liere visit i n' lher
sister, M's. J1. W. Ropp, t he wife of
ourii magistria te ini I his numberl('i seven1
Mir. iMfathlias spenlt Suinday hEd
M[on1day' withi his sister, Mirs. J. S.
1Wes had quite a little rain Sunday
niight and Monday morning, wihi chi
plin ly tells thle farmers to r'epa ir the14
old( hoes and( buyi~ nlew ones.
Hurrah for that morning tr'aini to
Columbia and( evening train from
there (when it conmes along).
R. F. D. CARIERS.
Jalled to Meet at Newberry on D
30--Urged To Organize.
To11h R. P. 1). Carlrier", New%bv
'in 'itv: You are cordially invi
'111vind a mneetingl 40f thle counllty
OCiation1 of the It. F. 1). 0arriers
ewberry, S. C., on the 30th day
Ia, it I 'c4ck a. i. Therc
niueli vork for lie c'riers in aill
nanized body. Por instance, bri
lii I lie combined intelligence and
werience together in the interest
ir'ecting tihe service, viz.-How
mild 1i1p I-urll r oites and mllake the
:ive self-supporting. (1(md roads i
low to live tihem. Mir. Coirtelvoi
mr frivild and let its sho()%w him I
le Imstoffice department 1111hat we
ilerested inl our. work a14 are do
ill we canl to build up the serv
N 'bro'th Carrierhs of Newboe
'unty, i hopt each 0ne Of oiu o
we presenit and dithatiall will jtoin
lss(cilation. Come prepITtar tO I
NXewberry. County hals been hlonlo
my hanving the( vice presidlent (if
41.ate associaition anld a Newbem
1a1rier. has represented tile Stlate
;ociation inl tile National aissciat
it the 1 A two annu1111al leeting"S. N
'44M 111oig, boys, and lets have a g
W. (L. Pek-ersmn,
Two Mischievous Dogs.
Th'le othler day at man wvals sell
;me toy baloons inl the street, I
we had tihem on a Imig stri'g. S
lenly ia gust (f wiind blew them
mdt 44f his hand. il] all thiley bol
Tw4) do)gs were playing liboit 11
1Y. 11141 whelihey s.w itle pretty I
(mlns, they 0though11t to i hiemsel
'Ierels S"Ime I'ln' '11 1 a ('lIf T
AVi I fte' 1illl.
T),vy e 11l ".4t the strin... ill Il
io tlis l11111 ti ' alnd }lilled so) It
a1111 pire-sellI i 1 s la ll. thile I
rlIn , ver mn tIop (1f thlebah
Ind crc-hn!they burlst, mine
er the ither.
I tlink thuse 1 wo d44s ld thn I
rest f'ri.lt o1f Ihi i livvs then. ,
lhY w\onlildvieed wvhat hial 111ppei
;lys 1linme h.
But iter. mn their master 1'(11ou4n
lbouit it, and paid the( manl whose I
oons had beien spoiledl enl1gh mllo
o buy a freshi stock, so nit, very 'i
min vas (one(- after all.
lmid Roads Magazine
A 'nod 1roads Ieeting was re
teld il Buck cilty, Pennsylva
i which lithe towInsliips' records m
>rodneed (4 sh1w t0hat1 thlie pre
imount. of 11miney raied by x(a11I
ind avilable for. Im-al impro;nvemlio
vere more tihan one-Iiiird larger t
I few years ago, Ilihough1 the
'ate is the same. It was held that
ner'ease in thle v'alue of prioper'ty
Joeni brought about solely bly the<
tiuct ion of good roadways. It
~tated that the towns'IhIips ini the (Ce
.y wh1ich had1( b)orrowedC( mfoney to<
'y onl the road work found thiemsel
tibe to reduce mat eriailly their '
'acear b'l 'Iy r'eason of thle inlcreai
ralue of real estate.
Seek Good Roads.
lood Roads Magazine.
Schools? liy all meansii. C'hrieh
3yes. But (irst seek ye good( roe
m1d4 all thlese t hiniis sh1all be adl
An Aid To Crop Marketing.
nar'ket thir erops4) at 'onietiii'
they would ha~ve ('tnded'l1(4 time
vihi ch to mor14Vle hir siurphi1 s, and4
tvould re(liv 1C4he ii peidie1I stria Iins
ie 1)0lev 11a1rh'et, wvhiei nat uW
iave a depre(ssinlig effect (41 thle bi
less of I ile whlole couniwr, a111d re
'Sve to1141l1 io u a jona Il'enSury,V
l'oiad (Iliest loll, w(' see', is al nat if
is well as locail (Iltion4, and1( as s
it should have Ithe qick'l atItentiot10
'Onitress. i gh way impro4) vement'i
Iat ional obl)1igaion141.
D on't thiink thait bI((anlse a
wears a large hat lie is the head of
[ay BECOMES A LAW
irv GOV. HEYWARD SIGNED THE
at So Advised By Mr. Youmans--Tho
or Attorney Geeeral-D'eclares That
the Unconstitutionality of
Law Is Not Apparent.
Of The State, May 10.
to Thle act providing for at pelNsionl for
er- disabled tiremeii hIs )eenl signed by
kid (Iov. Ireyward. Thle act wa-Is held up1
is unt il thie very tilst becaulse of tile pro
mid test ma11de by (lhe inlsuranilce companlies
are and tihe oily matter on wlichi (ov.
ilg Ireyward was liesitatnlhg Was tihe al
ice. le".ed unlonistiltutionality of' (Ihe aict,
ry Ile wIs advised yesteiayI by At
Vill torIney' (ineral Yomans that tihe un
the constittionilmiity is not. evident. and is
>ay a matter which had best b)e decided by
the courts. iheref,ore, the act was
reil signed by Oov. Heywa-11 and becomes
the at law. However, unlider. its terms, the
rry i nsu Ill nce comlipallieZ, will hive ioth
as- ing to pay tiis yealr as ithe law is not
1)W. Tile opinlion (it IN1. Yoluililans Is at
m at (vr tilt wil'h lie] hais spent more
llml-lilt t1anl almilost, any otiher which
has cilmle upl durlling his lerm of, Idlic(b.
lie says. inl his letter ti (Iv. l1v%
Sir: A svieatet h1. (titl4d ". An act
ing, re<puirinig the( paymnii 4Pf certain
und promiumils to ile. fire department o(f
uid- ineor-porated vities and (mvwns by fire
ill insurl-anice vompillanlies doilg htsielss inl
id- the state orm tile puirpose of 'relitiig
a itd ii hi. bel l of themn mimbers
ear )I' the thiretdpartmewnts ilf snehi vities
>l- 111141 41wis, 11141 *i 1in r the c -
e , h-cltitn 'u l 14 4i trilnIitIII 1* silt.
rt'llei l ti t (e s('1 1a1h 11 11sv In tlie
1111 <hy (it Febriat, 19i0t was dei
lir ered to llur excellecy The itneral
ird. assembly ail.journl-m-ed sini dliv ln Fb
MS, ISIC1n is npplicable, (4o wit :"I 1' a bill
af- "r jinlt res"Ilutimn shialilinlt he rv
ut rlie<h Nb ille ..verl r witili thiro
l - ys et1,er it shall have bell1e i reset
un sd to hint. S1ita14ys excepitet. it shall
1ed, ha.1ve ihe satmn 1 t4rce' .11t effivt as it'
Ie hw i-t it. m0ess the seneral
41u1t bY adjoimil-liur it,ti prevvnt
mal- its retur,in whib vase it shalll havt
It,v scllh(. forve and elfet Illiess rettiledl
-ealt withinl twoday after thle n1ext mleet
in..' ' (A rtiele 4, sve. 23, ist seneiii
conist ituit ion,. II95.)
Q life Irt an lrrY tf tose inlI'llvm a 41
ill( act pilprIVd. l owsv inl 11vor
lIlyoilld act bvinl velm-4d by y Vl X
114,a, cevlley. 4-onsistinlu ofr e aor,cu
Vire sel fl( buisiness Im.n, presmineed thevir
ent views, pro et viln inl exlenso, fin a SeO
ionl dlay alt a hlearinm. be-fore yClur excel
lits lenicy, aM whlich. b)y ymu-. invitation
)an and(1 retIluest, I was prest. Subse
tax (ielnt to this elabolrate written ar
the ue t s, pro t ('oin, were sui_l___ tt e1
riad to mec in favor of1 the acts being api
'on1- pr'oved, by Mr. Von Koliiitz' ot the
uvas Ciarle'ston bar, senator from1 ('hariles
nnl- toll county , and4 Mi'. Marshall of thec
ar- (ohimbia bar, senator from Hilihbandt
v'es counlty, andh ini favor ofC at vPti of' the
ob)t act by Mr'. A ugustine T. Smyt he of
se,1 t he Char ileston)1 har, 1)4 tilst arigiimet
bleling filed on1 April 11 by Mr. Mar
s haIl, whto 1had initrtodnittd th bi lll in
t hesn t.
Th'Ie (plet'tioni of lawi slumitted1 tou
a11te shiwiing.. n1ie4 in suppotrt 'if t he
o ar lby any it her means he lt niioonist ilu
innlto y of)4 the lot ifs nui ll v aarn'
114 i of) Il' Ltron!ild fI' its iilleonst it lt lin
aliit v ? IITere is hiigihuat Iihirit v for
1h lie tat inl'i steapoal o laws 04
,'l even by aI i 4'i't uniot,i5 it ut iaul. a rt
S111j~ lilt'e' exel Georgei( \'. .\ ike'. 12 S.
is tead '~i w ih l' roba;t ion thein''- , l'' wit.
morsi'. vs. StewrtlI. 's Admnors, 3 Det's:
nan 476, says: ' ' I am not d1isposed to) 'x
tIle a 1111110 wi'i el S 'i'ijills eXact 1ess thle
vainty o f a lam. nt wu.ld t ..
Validiy of a law ought not to be
fitlestioIed Iiless it is SO obviolisly
reIpugnaim to tie cons tit ut ion that
wienl poinlted out by tle judges, all
Imenl of sense antlud rellection in the
cou01111n1u111litY may perceive the repug
nance. lIy sutch i catitous exorcise
of this judicial check no jealously
of it will be excited, tle public conlfl
delice inl it may he promoted, and its
just and salutary effects be justly and
fully appreciated." Mr. Justice Me
Gowan in ex parte Lynch, 16 S. C. 34,
says: ''It is a delicate thing to declare
an act of the legislature unconstitu
tional. This section of the eonstitu
tion must he construed, if possible, as
allowing full force and OfTeet to See.
1, Art. 2 of the coistitutioion of 1868,
which is See. 1, Art. 3, of the consti
lition of 1895, to wit : 'The legisla-.
live pmwer of this state shall be vest
ed inl two distinct. branches, the one
to be sIyied the senate, and tihe other
the house of representatives, and14 both
togetlher the general assembly of the
State of' South Carolina.' '' Shaw,
C. J., in speakinig 'for the court in ex
par t e Wellington, .1 P liek. 95, says:
'Whlen courts are called 11upon to pro
nollnlee the invialidity of at fa, of
legislahi.ue. passed with ill tle foIns
aid eremonlies riluisile to givi. it
force of law, they will approach tll
(jIleslionl with I .r-vat aill|ion, exainine
it inl every.N pmssible aIIsp'cl nlid pollndtr
ItIli'll it ats hm--, as th-libelaMilm andi a
1patielnt atiliteillion vlii t lromw ally iew
lit-ht fin thet subject .1111 nlever. de
clare i slatute void unilless the Imili
IY alf invality are placed in their
,id-ilment beyond; realsonalble doulbt.''
It is thlis seell fihat (he saimle degred
of' moral 4erinitlh (tt dlemonlstiae th
volstilluti4olnalitv of all ael of the gen
iral asseilyl is req'tuisite a1s IS nec
essaryn ti svecurv t he con11vielion of* a
dl'11n.lait inl thlt . it- ill' svssimns. To
SaY 1that thi. varimi.us Obljtis ir e
by v l I Sitl l l I" till- n.stitlitilin
ality of, th1E1 ail i1 ulih- 4insilenl-ition
are vnl mer-elY Ih i ElI hI IllsePIT(,
S1hl4 be dtililoI iijustv ie. lo 11nl1y ito
li intrinl siE slrein t till he' fv positions
a n tilwE 4 b1jectioin thillI sielv1
bit lt) 1 livir i nulhill pl 'esellilion,
a1 a EE14 w ril tIle1. rmll he I*4 f(-1lI ar
iltiills bh. wh N lvl O i iiiile t slippm-t
ed. but li 4 n o i t E ain It he 1uler
sl.ain4 lityll- i tt jw p ili ll yo sIt of
arn11tivi itat iln, " , with wh i atton
in' d iii AlItEEra1Y stfuief it to Say that
afte iIc n""St , i' ""il oliievaiuon
Illte easonls pro t vonl, 1 enkliaot
Ih-iset vil that the gednconisitititioal
i o ill til Elf 1 acts ]el. nsle to ap
pear wvillI 111ai 1i1mr11l (.4.rtaillty ofIll,t at
mauexi a I l 11i'real eritility niee
hsa o Iniy sint visin you. I is
woth)t remlark 11ha1 the( relltrls to
bet 11n11le to thev comlpiroller -veneraf,
mentione-ti inl See. I of the Act, re
n.4 equired it, b)v nllade Indhtil w\-ithdin
h0 Elays IlIer Dei bmcm 31st. Thui,
ml e tinw wEt ill b 1111 ed I'f such
riaiy t) ofld ioil the act s n fito
mak ixe. IVE' isureIl thaiici tbot ie gving
yoiiiur act i h unEit,E evenslin thhte
actIli' shuli beideclare unonsitution('1
ali iby ithe il juiia li deartmnt oif the
ihovernment,h would haiiiliisuc Eaf decis
litv nlileniia uthl willnnoesaisat
thnitw wo(uIl rear t he acliit in
allnW, w ieb .li'' conhi he sousitted
lititil abilty wt leveatn simarI
la i'els. ilr W lEfve'llie Iv t