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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1007.
THE DAILY MIRROR
g. BURGESS "...Business Manager
IA. C. HOLLAND Editor
f. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY. TICKET.
taiu. For Rcprcsontatlvo
V WILLIAM T. SMITH.
l DEMOCRATIC CITY. TICKET.
u, " ' Tor Mayor
U. LOUIS SOHERFF.
$ Tor Solicitor
fe; WILLIAM P. MOLONEY.
HARRY S. ELLIOTT.
CLAUDE D. WALTERS.
Tor President of Council
SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT.
Tor Council at Largo
ARTHUR W. BRYANT
. -..BENJAMIN T. WAPLES
i a HENRY A. SOHULER.
r For Board of Public Scrvico
J. 0. ANTHONY.
THOMAS J. MEAD.
Tor Board of Education
FRED E. OUTHERY
J. WDLBUR JACOBY.
Tor Ward Councilman
fcirst Ward-Q. W. NEELY.
Second Ward-J". J. RUDOLPH.
Third Ward-B. B. CARTER.
fourth Ward-J. W. HURR.
mrION - TOWNSHIP TICKET ,
r For Treasurer
fu DR. 0. P. GAILEY.
' Tor Clerk
jf, THOMAS DAY.
For Justice of Peace
CHARLES H. CONLEY.
CHARLES E. GOMPF.
Tlic demand upon the part of
boaio congressmen that Theodore
B$seve't bo renominated, in order
tlfilt they may he able to return
(.-.nn.fcc 10 vri-v much like t no
B&nathy racket in politics. Too .losses. Tho very fact that the profits
grainy 1.UM1, in i ..o Jfrom gambling at tho casino run more
frgnucntly it cannot he -opiuntcd ,, (,ollnrs a ye.ir
fin the cliarge of incompetence.
scared and inetlicient congressme"
oi already beginnuig to insist upon
thtt nomination of President Kooso
ve, next year, so they, can ride
inlj ollice again on his) coat tails.
T$it would ho very nice for tho
cfjjjgressmen but rather hard on the
I ITJwvr B. Cortelvou raised n
cuftipoign fund of 260,000, turned
o6r $200,000 o it and got tho ap -
-pdnatment of postmaster
amf later Was mado secretary of
the' treasury. 'That is a nice monu
ment lor1 (tho administration.
if. . ,.. ,.,,
At rummy u nruigu gavo j
under tho strain of tho crowd re-
turning from a Sunday ball game,
precipitating tho fans into tho
Blanehuixl river. Marion's weed of
n waterway will ho more forcibly
impressed upon porno citizens. ,
Sharon, Pennsylvania, is to havo
a new tin ait plant. 'Tho pro
mote ,.pivbabljft(Seo a .possibility
of ,dpi,ing,of a number of 'cans
to tha directors of tho Sharon base
ball mpany. .
LET US SHOW YOU
kr line of 50 ceat fiction.
A choice line of the popular
Copyrights that listed original
ly at $l.5o. Now
r 50 cent.
C. Q, Wiant
POOKSELLEI 'AND, STATIONEft.
t Xlie Xoui Foftt Oirit.
Fan hanks volunteers to inform
(lie people on what lio would do
if lip wcro president. Forakctf might
lu-l ha bailees by doing a littlo
talking along Alio eamo Iino u,
Kev. Tinslcy, wlio has just been
acquitted, insists upon his right to
think. Tito only diffcronco between
ho ami iForakcr is, i)rakcr lias not
boon acquitted. ' )
Bishop , Joseph 1 BciTy Bays
Iloosevelt asked for the cocktails
Borvod at Fairbanks' famous din
ner. Tliat ought to scltlo tho third
lenn talk. ,
Tbreo Akrort physicians, wore in
jured in nn uutoinobilo nccidont yes
lorday. They should hold a consul
tation and determine Uio cause.
Tho local ball team can verify
tho truthfulness of tho old say
ing, "When a man is down every
body is ready to give him kick.1'
With mii Ohio man running for
governor of Oklahoma on tho demo
cratic, ticket, it is pretty wife to
bet on Oklahoma going democratic.
There arc men who will stand
by Hooscveh, even though ho did
drink n cocktail at (Mairbanks
linner. ,, i.u
The "pink tea' admirals do not
like Fighting Bob Evans' style.
Neither dloes Evans like their
The nice thing about prehistoric
monsters is the fact that we
Talk of peace in Morocco- sounds
very much Central America.
It is almost time for another.
6,!i'ii't in tho cabinet.
mm, ir unnKnvolt Is Koine to havo
another opportulty of nd.flng worhl-
wldo fame to his name, or u :i
Increasing the already world-wide
tame which ho enjoys.
.....i. i,.,i tn inml h la assistance m
suppressing Monte Carlo-at least of
taking tho Initiative with other na
tions In suppressing it.
ivn in this country are so far re
moved from .Monte Carlo that wo do
not feel us oiiccts " ni
countries. Very few of our peoplo
lslt the place, and tlioso wno no,
do not go there. for tho purpose of
I ambling. Not half a dozen Amer
icans a year lose their money at tho
pambUng tables of Monto Carlo, and
thoso who do are generally uuiu w
lose It. , ,
Hut It Is not the same with other
countries Thousands and tnousanns
of Frenchmen, for Instance, are year
ly bankrupted at Monto Carlo, anu
hundreds of thousands of Innocent
women and children back In trance
pro mado to suffer oecause of such
rhow to what extent Bomebody must
ho loser, and besides that humlrcus
c( millions of dollars change hands
and much of It of course leaves, per
rons who can not afford to loso and
goes to tlioso who do not need tho
Monaco Is a small Independent prin
cipality lying In the Mediterranean
rca. It consists or about six squuro
inllcs of territory, nnd two cities.
Monaco and Monte Carlo. Fifty or
sixty years ago a Frenchman ob
tained from tho ruling prlnco a con
I .-I.. I.... !.,, !., wlnlil in nrnnt
IUKH1UII KIVIIIU llllll UIU lihin v i.vk.
Rambling casino In Monto Carlo
and so successful was tho venture
What Others Say.
eneraltlmt lno p,aco lm8 como to no mu
Kreatcsi gumuiiiit; rutsuri in iuu muiiu,
tho Prlnco of Monaco, who owns no
Interest In tho gambling, receiving
$350,000 a year for tho concession
Besides that, the Raining company has
to. pay all of tho expenses of run
ning tho principality, oven to Its
standliiR army of halt a dozen men.
Tile iTllice oi luoimrci niiimuu uu
American Rlrl, a Miss Heine, of Now
Orleans, and It was hecauso of that
that tho petitions aro being presented
to Presldont Itoosovelt, asking him to
tako tho Initiative In suppressing tho
plnco nut as It will req'ulro a series
of treaties between foreign countries
to enablo tho place to be broken up,
It Is not likely that anything will re
sult from the present efforts.
However, there Is a growing ten
dency to do away with such places
as Monto Carlo, whorcver such places
may bo situated, nnd tho tlmo will
of course como when tho powers of
tho world will put an end to tho
gambling syndicate, oven If thoy havo
to declare war upon Monaco, Wheth
er tho world Is getting better or not,
It Is RottlnR more enllqhtonofl j-egard-Ing
finances, and It Is not going to
permit for all tlmo such a useless,
corrupting and nn unprofitable thing
as Monto Carlo. Springfield (O.)
HOME RULE T.N .SCOTLAND.
It is rothor Burprislng to learn
that tho Irish home mlo agitation
is finding oil echo in Scptluod. Cor-
responding .to Wio Sitn Fein, Scot
land has tho "Young' Scots" league
with thousands, of adherents, and
thcro is a growing opposition to
ward tho government of Scotland
by tho imperial parliament. The
enemies of Great Britain who have
long prophesied Iho disruption of
tha chipirc may find.., in .this move
ment new ovidcncQ o disintegra
tion. Thcro is, of course Httlo ex
pectation, oven in, Scotland, that tho
imperial government will ever eon
bent to a local. Scotch parliament;
but thc growing spirit of' discon
tent nnd fielf-as-Bcrtion is certain to
cause much annoyance to a govern
ment already overburdened by tho
complex problems p worhl wiu
"The impcrinl' parlianiont is loo
imjioiCnl,"' complains one of the
"Younger Scots.'' "It's time is
taken up with; business from every
continent and colony. Scotland has
nily 72 representatives out of f70.
Tho pressure of other affairs makes
it ini)osfible to nttend to the needs
of Scotland. The house of ctini
moiihi is blocked. Tho only and in
evitable solution is n Scots.' par-
linuicnt. Such a parliament should
li.ivo jKiwer tn.nnko laws tor oeot
1'ind on purely Scottish questions,
mid its executive should manage
the ndriiin juration- of Scottish nat
And Mi tho, Scotch are talking
about W.nllacq and Bruce again,
and eonipariug their present state of
misery and oppression with a past
coeii through . .golden mist of hero
ism and . i-omancc. The world at
large, however, will bo surprised
at all this ado. It is true that
Iho Scotch.. Jiavc reason to be dis
rpW)iutc(, over the defeat of tho
Scotch laud hill, and that thcro
Pie doubtless,, numerous local ills
that tho imperial parliament, with
the weijrht of .half a world on its
louldcrs) ha not found occasion
r shown inclination to remedy. But
it is not generally considered that
Scotland is suffering from such
vrongs as have long blighted Irc
luid. The "thrice accursed treaty
oi parliamentary union two ccntur
ics ago ' to quoto the words of a
radical Scotch Nationalist, is not
commonly regarded an having been
o misfortune for Scotland. In sur
licmfcniiig its autonomy, Scotland
bi'caino a bijr factor in one of the
greatest empires tho world has seen
And it is likely tliat alloirelhcr.
England has dojic as much for Scot
laud as Scotland dins done for Eng
land. Hie Scotch people might con
ceivably find u better way of re
dressing dhi'ir grievances tlmn the
ope :they have chosen. Clevelaud
She is a Physical wreck and
Many not Survive
Columbus, 0., Sept. 17. While
engaged in conversation with her
sm iiiMtho.' i'emael department of
tho Ohio., ,ponitontinry yesterday,
L'.rs. Cnssie Chadwick snlTercd a
I'tirvous collapse that almost cost
1 er lifo and left her, temporarily
at least, stono blind.
She "Wasi tarried to the hospital
in tho female diurtment by her
i in and female attendant and Dr.
(inrrett, fho day physician, wnsi im
mediately summoned. When Dr.
Cnrrctt arrived Mrs. Chadwick
was in f chill. Although sho was
t 'luscious and quiet mentally, her
(icul.it ion fVas almost stopped and
fcho was blind.
Dr. Garret t immediately admin
istered 'nitroglycerin and gave her
ijmc hot whisky. Ho also directed
tho Hittendvtnts to bathe Jier lect
in hot water. Under tho strong
u'storntivca she revived within al
most twenty minutes and resumed
her normal state, although she was
weak and sightless1.
Dr. llclmick, tho night physician
at tho penitentiary, according to an
agreement of tho physicians at the
institution has. been attending Mrs
institution nasi neon attending Mrs.
Chadwick ond treating her for a
nei'vons trouble. He will continue
to have her case.
Dr. Garrett, tho day physician,
.who was summoned nnd nttonded
her, says iimt sha is a noiirisUicnic
and that flier1 nervous system is an
utter collnjxvb He said the collapse
Was Mint) to tho sfraiu cwhicli she
nndorweiit) 'during "bpr1 son's visit,
tllit who'Vlinfi' 'a rieh-oiis Jienrt and
t.'int any excitement brings on an
exaggerated nervous attack.
Dr. Helmick is of tho opinion
that tho blindness is only item
ponary, bub Jias called in occulists.
Invc8tlgiito' tho Fur Question at
Warner & Edwards Special Fur Op
ening Wednesday and 'Thursday.
15 Cents for Less Than 10 Cents,
Tho Now York Sunday World
Mngailino is equal to tho bast popu
lar magazine published. Buy it,
Itead it. Begin now.i ..',,,.
Six Panic Stricken Italians
Drown in th6' Allegheny
New York, Sept. 17. -After
Harry Becker had lbccn killed nnd
Samuel Becker, hisf brother had
been mortally wouniled by Franccsc0
Sicca, a young "Italian, last night
two detectives lia(l;ni(Scspcrale light
with a mob letl by llie young men's
mo'lher, and bthl 'On'lyiiclnng tho
nv.-Kiilant of the two young men,
before the ilirco $wqra rescued by
the jmiHco rcs'crvcs.fc
The Becker brofliciw wcro propri
clois of a H.nrdwarc 'store on upper
Second avenue, 'jiiKLitllo Italy."
Sicca purchased.' n. jrcvotver at the
store, and when ,ihc returned tho
weapon and wanted "his money back
his demand wad;, refused land he
roinptly shot Harry Jteckcr and his
biothor Samuel) who rushed to his
lcscuc. '?' ' ..
The Scene of ' a Double Mur
der Followed by Mob
Pittsburg, I'a-. Sept. 17. Panic
stricken' when a , bnrge, in which
they were cruising 'Mho Allegheny
river, began to sink, six workmen
employed by the lDra o contracting
company on the Uiijled States gov
ernment dam N:;-V;it Aspinwdl
a suburb bix miles nbovo tins city
jumped into thejvrivcr and wcro
drowned, with-'thet exception of
Fivink llennun. Alt' the men -wcro
Italians. ' .
When near thov Aspiuwell t.hdro
Iho (bargc, whinh 'was heavily load
ed with stone, began to sink. The
foreigners boMunc'ry,fienV.ied nnd
leaped i'nto -tho tjJjh", Icarrying(
llcjinan with I hem.' Nbno of tho
men could swim and polished before
assistance $fmi nhcyb, could bo
Tho bodies have been recovered.
Being Held Up is so Com
mon That He is Disap
pointed if He is Pass
New York, Sept. 17. Woolf
Fish, who keeps a saloon oni 'Allen
street on .the East Side, when in
firmed by detectives tfiat lias placo
had been broken mtd''by ' Kifeblow-ei-s,
expressed no surprise what
ever. ; IV''1
In fact Jic told tho polico later
that ho would Jiavo b'ecii surprised
had no attempt hcenmado to rob
.his saloon this year: In tho, last
cloven years ho .has JJiad no less
than eighteen encounters with burg
hire. Ho has bcon chloroformed,
drugged, choked, sltottnt, (dubbed
and beaten and nowi ' iho ,is con
gratulating himself that ho was
not in' tho Kiloou when, the latest
uttempt to loot it ;wns made.
Tho burglars- got ?nly .f50 this
unto lor uiey were , scared away
by a policeman just- as', they wcro
preparing to get towofk on tho
safe. They wcro provided with tho
most elaborate sot of cracksmen's
appliances that thn poJico ever saw.
Indeed thev were so Jioavy that tho
' ,. ,, ", ?'""; i"
I j , Ul too,lsar9-worlh ful
ronners iuu to abandon them. Tho
Don't Pay Hardware
Store Prices mm .
on these articles you will nnod when ietiing tip the
stove. Come here buy them at these figures.
Stovepipe per'Joint - - ------ ..-'-10 cents
Stovepipo rings?'-----'.---- -...- 3 cents
Firo shovels- ...'isc---. .,- --B and 10 cento
Six-inch dampers'.- '....'-. ,..8 cents
Goal buckets ."-.- -- v- 20, 25, 30 and 3S cents
Elbows llw!-,. 10 cents
THE RACKET STORE
TOWN OF BROADWAY ,
SWEPT, BY FIRE
Mnrysvillo, Sept. 17.'-iTlio tnvn
ship hall, Odd Fellows' halt and
Br. John J. McCloud'tf fine house
nnd nearly nii ''(intents and nlso
m barn and contents- at Broadway
this county, wore .totally. destroyed
by fire Sunday and fifta timo it
was fearod that" the c'ntiro town
would go up in smoko, Tho Odd
Follows l(t all of their parapher
nal,, but saved their charier hud
books. sThe total loss on building
mid contonts is almut $12,000 with
about $T)000 insurance.
The origin of the fire is un
known, but is supposed to have
liecn causctl by spontaneous co'inbus'
CLEVELAND IS ABLE
TO GO OUT RIDING
Princeton, N.' .7., Sept. 37. For
mer President drover Clovolnnd
jonk his lisnal carriage ride yes
terday afternoon. He was out near
ly two hours' and .was (accompanied
by a trained iiurso. Ho, was not
driving on Saturday, but was- out
on Friday, accompanied only by his
Upon hi return in Ilia afternoon
Mr.' Cleveland was seen by a re
porter for tho Press and when ask
ed ns to bis .health Mid iho felt
good, remarking: ''You can see
how (I feel."
Fiieudsi of the former president
say his general health at present
is better; than at any time during
the pist sutninoiV Ho in still sub
ject to indigestion, but lms not. had
any attack lately. Ho is also gouty
at times, but this- is not considered
txjrions, as it only affcols him in
one foot .
INNOCENT MAN SERVES
San Fi'.incisco, Cal., Sept. 17
After .having served thirteen years
an Sail Qiicntin penitentiary, it de
veloped yesterday that William
Evnus, ono of tin convicts, is an
innwent man. Pi oof positive that
ho did not commit tho crime for
whiclil ho wn sentenced is now in
tho 'hands of .the proper lauthorii
Tiho judge wbo pael tho scn
tonco declares Evans 'v, innocent,
the man who pidsccuted him mnde
deathbed statements thai he was
innocent and in a short time Evans
will ho allowed to Kava tho pcni
tentiiary. Evans was convictCK7 in
Amador county of burglary and
'sentenced to lifq iinpriHpnmont. '
REAR ADMIRAL WALKER
DIES VERY SUDDENLY
York H-sach, Mc., Sept. 17.
Kear Admiral .Tolm G. "Walker, U.
S. N., letired, died suddenly Inst
niuht at itho .homo of a friond at
High Pasture, York CHlTs.
Admiral "Walker wns 72 ycaif? of
auc and a native of New Hampshire
Ho was known as the promoter of
the famous; squadron of evolution
wind i became known as
Iho "Whit") Squadron'' and of
avIiic-Ii ho was appointed commander
Admiral Walker .was chairman of
tho isthmian canal commission frani
18!)!) to 1001.
MAN AND HIS BABY
DISAPPEAR IN CHICAGO
Bcllcfontaine, Sept. 17.T-.T. R.
Miller and his 10-onths-ohl baby
of thw city arc mysteriously lost
in Chicago and all efforts to 'find'
trace of them hnvc been unavailing..
Thoy loft Milwaukee on the even
ing of September 0 for, this city
Millor liad a considerable, sum of
money in his possession and his wifo
fears .ho Imh been murdored. Sh
is prostrated hero.
NOT A PROFIT TO
BE SNEEZED AT
NW Yorld, Sept. 17. At the
afternoon session of tho Standard
Oil invwtigaition, before Examiner
Ferries, it was testified to thai
in 1809 the gross assets of tho
Standard Oil nomnnnv of Vn...
Ueisoy woro. $200,781,023. (W) and
Jiio total prolitsi wore $31,420,314.-
Kellogg said iho would prove
thn statement to ho an rror npd
that the profits should have been
'locorded as nitarly $90,000,000.
at Prospect Last
DISCOVERY OF DISEASE
Saves Marion , County from
a Terrible Experience.
Stato Veterinary Dr. Lamb Pro.
nounced Both Cases to be of the
Most Malignant Type.
Wirat might have devclocd into
an epidemic of glandora Hko tho
scouiigo which playcil havoc ainona
hiaes in Daylm pud vicinity sev
eral months ago Juts been imirwij
averted in Marion county.
A short time ago two horses
owned by William Ward of Pros
pect were found to be afflicted with
glanders of Iho. most malignant
typo. Only tho timely tHiscwvery
d'f tho disd-iso by Dr. Wain for, a
Prcpcd veterinary and by .)i'. u.
L. Bonner, a Marion veterinary
licaded off .the possible epidemic.
I ljst week the fetxlo veterinary
lns notified. f the twe eases and
due of bis assistants, Dr. IJaml
was5 hurried to Prospect. Ho ex
amined itho horses nnd declared
tlwit they wore afflicted with one
dt tho woist tyiies of glanders tha
over camo under his ohsorvation.
He appraised the animals, ono nt
$50 niud the other at $20, and
bolhj iwcro killed. The stato reim
burses! tho owner of any horses
which is. killgxl to pa-vent a spread
Horn Ward's horses caught the
disease he docs .net know. It wa?
Several wcckM ago that they first
showed eigns of illness and ho im
mediately summoned Dr. Wain for.
The Prospect veterinary immediate
ly summoned Dr. Homier and the
two ipronoimccd tho cases suspicious.
Had an epidemic been btnrted
in -tho Noutliorn part of Lite county,
there. is a probability that it wouh
havo destroyed 'thousands of dol
lars worth of hoiwsi in tho coun
ty, .Every precaution barf been
taken -to -prevent any spread of thp
disease and it is licit thought that
any othr cases will develop. .
5tnto of Ohio, City or Toledo, Lucas
Frank J, (ihenoy miilccs an oath
hat ho Is onlor partner of tho Arm
'f F. .1. Cheney & Co., olng business
n tho City of Toledo, Cdunty and
jtato aforesaid, and that said firm
.vlll pay the sum of ONE HUNDttlSD
DOLIAHS for each and ovcry caso
f Catarrh that cannot bo cured by
ho uso of Hall's Catarrh Quro.
FRANK J. GHBNWY,
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed
n my presence, this Cth day of Do
.cmbcr A. D., lSSO.
A. W, OLIOASON,
, (Seal.) Notary Public.
Ulnll's Catarrh Curo Is taken Jn
crnnlly. and nets directly on tho
b'ood and mucous surfaces of the
stem. Sond for tcstlinonlahi frco.
F. J. CHENEY & CO,,
Sold by all Drugglsta, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family TIIIb for con
tlpatlon. Y. M. C. A.
.Tickets for tho Y. M. O. A. lecturo
course were placed on salo today
at tho Association offlco. Tho tickets
aro in book form and very uniquely
bound. Any person wishing to help
tho good cuiBO along by selling course
tlckots, wll bo welcomed nt tho Y.
M. C. A. offlco.
Tho business, men's gymnasium
class opened Inst night, thoro being
nbout fifteen enrolled. Tho 'gym
work of tho fall season Is on In
earnest nnd tho outlook for this de
partment Is very encouraging.
TAFT'S OOUSIN TO
BE WEDDED TODAY
Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 17.-rWill.
inm Edwin Taft. cousin of Seoro
tary Taft, will wed , Miss uise
Elizabeth Jones n well known so-,
cjety woman of, this' city.
Thoy will reside atJ Oakland, Cal.
WEDS AN ACTRESS
New York, Sept. 37. TJmt Max
im Gorky and Mmo, Andriova the
aotrcss who accompanied him on
his trip td America are now mar
ried is tho news brought from
Europe by Harold MacQrath. tho
author who arrived yesterday on
wio riwimer riiiiaixi.
See Dnvles, thp tailor. 110 Court
streot .before buying your fal suit
or overcoat. ' v 0-14-Gt
MEET US FACE TO FACE
hWE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT
' The store whore every man,
woman and child is treated
School Shoes that Wear
Quick Sales and small profit shocmon
Wo spend a good dbal of our
tlmo in our bedrooms. Do
wo Bpond what wo ought' In
tho" furnishing of tho room?
It should ho neatly and
conveniently furnished, and
may ho dono luxuriously by
"Wo arc showing a special
lino of beautiful things nt
figures to suit everybody's
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoonborgor.
not to shrink tr fade and
wo guarantee to do batten
berg allovcr lace or drawn
work without ruining tot
garment or breaking a thread
DON'T SEND YOUR WORK
OUT OF TOWN. Wo can do
'it and do It RIGHT. We.
aro Trench dry cleanori.
Thoro Is nt others.
112 Court Stroot, Marion, O.
Goods called for and deliv
ered Phono 1651.
P. S. Second hand cloth
ing bought and sold. Butts
eponsed and prcuscd, 76o.
FANCY GENUINE BART
the last of tho season. Do
not wait, buy them quicll.
Fancy apples, good ripe
tomatoes, plums and
peaches, green tomatoes,
picliles, small onions and
every thing Tor mixed pick
les. All Hinds of canning
supplies. ' .
Koop Good Time?
It not, brint! it to us.
Wo make old
Watches run lile
new. Our Charges "
G. W. BOWERS
Don't forgqt the nichwpod Fair
thla week,. 2t
im: Our 'P . - !
Boys,: - i