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TH3 ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, XOVE3IBEII 1, 1913.
MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS
Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City
T. J. VAN DEUZEN
BY SWITCH ENGINE
Moline Publisher's uto Struck
as He Is Crossing Eock
a number of minor bruises on tbe
body. Dr. A. H. Arp, bo has charge
of tbe case, stated today that he be
lieved tbe paMent would recover,
though he might remain unconscious
for several days. The only injury of
any cotiserjueice, be said, was that to
the head. There w ere r.o broken bones,
TO WOMAN'S CLUB
t the synod. Since the money for the
j site was secured additional subscrip
j tions have been coming In till Vae to
I tal is nearly double the sum paid for
J the land. If not enough money Is rais
i ed next year to erect the hospital as
j planned it may be that a part of it
will be put up, completion beiflg left
Nanus of members of the switching I Weed Cutting Campaign Will Be i until such time as sufficient funds are
HAS CONCUSSION OF BRAIN
crew on the engine involved m the ac
cident were Riven as I E. Rogers, en
glueer; Alvin Davi9, fireman, aod
King larkins, switchman. None of
the railroad employes saw the accident.
whith is a Veiiet
Even More Vigorous Next
" Year Than This.
Weeds were cut from 200 lots in
! Moline under the direction of the city
iue au.on.oD.ie o. . . admjn,stration during the season just
Believed Chances of Recovery Are
Good, Though He May Be In.
conscious Several Days.
T. J. Van Dtusen', asoc!ate publish
er of the Moline Mall, sustained Injur
ies cf a serious nature In a crossing
accident at Sixteenth street and
Fourth avenue Friday evening la
erossiDH the tracks of the Rock Island
road lu hit automobile the machine
OF MOTOR ROUTE
closed. In 1912 only 40 lots were
trimmed. As a result there was a
big improvement in the appearance
of certain sections.
Such good results were obtained
that the commissioners are determined
i to do even more next season. A regu-
! lar appropriation for this purpose will
j be passed and a man put in charge (
i of the work, . ith nothing else to do j
READY FOR WAR IN 5 HOURS
Company F can Respond Quickly If
Needed in Mexico.
That Company F, Sixth regiment
of Moline can recruit to the full
strength and. leave the city within five
hours is the statement that Captain
R. E. Willis has made to the war de
partment. Recently all equipment
heretofore lacking was supplied the
company with a vtew, it is believed,
of having the organization in readi
ness to start. at once for the M:.i-
Few Gangs Which Are Abroad!
Keep Good Order and Police -Have
SPECIAL OFFICERS BUSY
False Fire Alarm Only Incident Which
Concerned Public Health and
can border. Captain Willis is of tte
Will Work With Eock Island j during the time of year when the , opinion that the state militia will be
and East Mctne Men for wefcds nfed c-.tting. He will be heldjCaUej out at once 6bouU1 intervention
IfMJUliaiuie ivi me luuuiuuu ui an , 1,1 tho rnnnlrr ha riofiriori unnn
Mayor M. R. Carlson has received
was struck by a switch f-nine and he notice of his appointment as one of
was thrown out. While still tincon-1 tj,e five Illinois members of the baard
scious. it is believed that l.e will sur-!,,. truste8 of the fPntra, divisicn cf
Ijick r.f t,rm,, lu-ht. .itw n .hp ?he Coast to Coast Highway assocla-
swltch trig. lie. wh'ch was backing, or
i tion. Associated with him will be II.
S. Cable and S. W. Searle of Rock
Island. A. B. Johnson of East Moline,
I For 12 years there has been an ordi
nance pi the city's statute books, mak
ing it a misdemeanor to permit weeds
to grow unchecked on any lot in the
city, but until last year there was
no effort to enforce it. Chief credit
for tbe change in police is due the
civic department of the Moline Wom
an's club, declares the city commis
sioner under whose department this
. . : 1 . n
end H. H. Palmer of Sterling, wbi.e ,
the automobile, according to witness--s,
was tbe i-hlef cause of the acci
dent. It is claimed thuf therp was no
... . . .... I A. P. Dat'uin r.f Davennort will be one t
..rS0 neaur.gnt on me rear or lne ".---.. r ment for work done on lots owned by
ith en,i,e, only a hhI! lant.rn, the l j non-residents its still only partially
while Mr. Van lxu-ii had urglectcd Tne cen'ral dt.ision incudes tne believed a wav car.
u: ... 1 Bt.i.P. r Illinois. Iowa. Nebraska. bLluea' DUl 11 ,s DP'evea a way can
i iiKm ims Ka. lamp.-, .ro..o.y l.e-, V ,"- ' ' At .'.. rer-ePt ! be ound to Collect, which will be
cause he a merely taking the ma- j ' 0,0dVn A, .l"e. i sufficiently simple to warrant general
thine from his office to the garage,;
meeting in Lincoln,
two blocks a ay. and did not think it J E. Parlsoe of Nebraska were
worth while. (respectively presmem ana ereu.y.
Oscar Hamilton, watchman at the j The national headquarters is at Min-
crotthlllii. aavs he endeavored to warn i a,n- eo.
Mr. Van Drum n vt his danger, but
evidently be was not seen, aid when
h- shouted it whh too lat. The driver
rf tbe auto appeared to think the warn
inx whs hgal-it t lie approach of an
ctl: r locomotive hack of the swiich
SUIT OVER PROPERTY
STARTED IN COURT
I Thi first work the organization is
to do will l.e n mark the road with j
w'.iite bands 18 inches in width, on I Mrs. Grace L. Cameron and Joseph
telephone or telegraph pols, posts or j Cameron have filed a bill in equity
tries, with red bands at dangerous:1" i-"h vuu.i iwiuai uuipi. i.um
points. This will be taken up from j Hammer, br., of Muscatine
HEARING IS SET FOR NOV. 25
County Court Wilt Then Pass on the
Nov. 25 at 9 a. m. has been set as
the date for the filing of the final ob
jections in county court against the
confirming of the assessment rcTT ??f
the watermain improvements' in the
eastern end of the city, the hearing
taking place A that time. No date
has been set for the hearing on the
sewer project, which is kept separate
from the watermains. It was erron
eously stated recently "that the assess
ment rolls had been confirmed.
ciiuiiie, its electric headlight making
it vik'Mj. and obBCiiring the approach
of the smaller locomotive.
Off l IIKKII AT 7i4r,.
Mr. Van Deusen left his office, a
block south of the tracks, about 7:1.",
and drove north on Sixteenth sireet.
It is believed, for the purpose of poins;
to the parage of George Hager at i''H
SixtecHh street. The switch eng'ne
npproa hed from tbe west at a fair
rate of tpted. The watchman was at
bis poit in tbe center of the crossing
waving his flag, and supposed that the
automobile would be stopped. How
ever, there being no lhts, the driver
probably failed to notice him. Seeing
the Imminent danger of a collls'on. Mr.
Hamilton l.outed. and Mr. Van Deu
sen pi:t on the brakes, coming practic
ally to a slop as the e.iglne struck his
Tbe aulo was carried r,0 feet before
being thrown off on tbe north side of
the track. The drivr whs pitched out
ai'l struck li h hend Hga'nxt some bard
object, probably a rail. Chauncey
Hamilton, son or the watchman, who J
was stetidi.ig at the corner near the
scene of the ae ld ;it, was one of Hie
first to come to tbe lescue. He carr'ed
the uncon clous mail to o'ie cf the
bearheii In the city hall purk. The j
poilce kin'.iulaiicp was brought to tbe
pciie and Mr. Vai Deusen was re
moved to the city hospital.
An examination showed that there
wcr three wounds on the wulp a.'d
FAVORS 9-FOOT CHANNEL
G. M. Committee Urges Deepening cf
By resolution adopted yesterday af
ternoon the Greater Moline committee
went on record as favoring the im
provement of the upper Mississippi
river from St., Louis to St. Paul with
a nine-foot channel. A bill Is now in
congress providing for an appropria
tion of $12,000,000 for the purpose. The
Iowa, the O-L-D route throuch Ne- . l"c "alc "oa euBl;LBU ciiaunei as iar up ine river as at Louis
braska and as faf as Denver, and tbell",uu1 lra"u , 4, t f ValUe 01 lne
Midland trail the remainder of the ! froperl andsk tl,aV the contract be-
iccu iiio iu ycuues oe aeciarea
Sterlinu. where the road diverges from 110,1 L"riis property at an hecona
the Lincoln highway and follo.v the 1 avenue, which the complainants
Rock river vallev route to the three bouK"t from the defendant for the
cities, the river-t'o-river route through 8"m of4'6'30.?: Ct; 22' 1912' They
Outwardly, Mol'ne had a quiet Hal
lowe'en. No arrests were made' by the
police except a few drunks who may
have been celebrating the night of
cpouKs ana goonns Because it was
such or merely because they happened
to have the price. No mischief of a
serious nature was reported, and Chief
of Police Bisant expressed himself to
day as satisfied with the success of the
arrangements his department had
made to protect property.
Bands' of merrymakers in the streets
were not numerous, most of the energy
of those observing the evening being
devoted to indoor festivities. There
were numerous parties, private and
otherwise. Dancing of the tango was
popular In certain quarters.
Some miscreant gave an exemplifi
cation of his idea of a joke when he
pulled the fire alarm box at the corner
of Third street and Twelfth avenue, and
the run the department made to the
place at 10:45 caused the neighbor
hood to think for a time that there was
something serious doing. The call
routed most of the firemen out of bed.
WARNINGS COME TO XAlXiHT.
Warning had been given the chief
of police that depredations were in
tended at a number of places, and spe
cial watchmen were stationed to
thvart the gangs said to have planned
the mischief. In all cases the rumors
of impending trouble either proved
groundless or else the roysterers ac
cepted the warning given and refrain
ed from attempting any serious pranks.
way to San Francisco.
It will be the du?,y of the trus'ees
of the various states to select live
good reads boosters, one in each
county, to organize the work. These
will be Vnown as vice presidents.
In behalf of the coast-'o-coast ro'ite
it, Is argued that jt Is the only im
proved motor highway tvm Atlantic
to Pacific which passes through the
mountains of Colorado and thrt it has
more educational centers, state cap
itals and general points of interest, on
its line ttian any other one so far laid
MOLINE WOMAN IS
SANE IS VERDICT
Mrs. Sophie Benesh, whose hus
band was convicted this morning on a
charge of wife abandonment, was to
day examined In the county court as
ot her sanity. I- was found that she
was not in need of mental treatment
by a medicai commission composed of
Dr. F. H. First and Dr. A. N. Mueller.
is already maintained at a minimum
depth of nine feet
APT. KUEHL IN THE GAME
At Regular Interval Say
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound com
pletely cured her.
Adrian, Texas. "I take pleasure in
ftdUin;; ciy testimonial to the great list
-jaiu nope uiai uwni
m t ... .
. j be oi interest w ui-
;?ii:ik, j fering women. For
' fA?-, fur yar I suffered
f UOUJIJ BgoolCB Ilk
ilSucb pains and
cramps severe chr.la
och.then finally hem
orrhages until I
would be nearly
blind. I had five
doctors and none of them cou'd do more
than relieve m for a time.
"I w your advertisement in a pa
per and decided to try Lydia E. Pink
' ham's Vegetable Compound. I took
even boxes of it and usd two bottles
cf the Sanative Wash, and I am com
pletely cu'ed of my trouble. When I
iegan taking the Compound I only
weighed ninety-six pounds and now I
vcigh one hundred and twenty-six
pounds. If anyone wishes to address
me in person 1 will cheerfully answer
el! letters, as I cannot speak too highly
cf the Pinkham remedies." Miss Jes
fie Marsh, Adrian, Texas.
Hundreds of such letters expressing
gratitude for the good I.ydia E. Pink
bara'i Vegetable Compound has accom
plished are constantly being received,
proving the reliability of this grand old
If tao wait spertal advlr write to
lydia E. Piakham JtedicioeCo. (confi
dential) LyiBtMass. lour letter will
le opeued, read and answered by a
Vomaa Aell la strict confidence,
LAUNCH CLUB HAS
Charles A. Olson Elected Com
modore Intend to Build
New Club House.
At tbe annual meeting of tbe Moline
'.aunch ciub last evening, plans for
tbe erection of a new club house were
considered. The members are in favor '
of having tbe building cimiiar iu de
Mgu to that of the Davenport club,
which was erected last year at a cost
of $3,000. The site is not definitely
decided upon, bat an efl'ort vy ill be
made to have the bouse located at a
convenient point. The ijuestion of
building a new bridge where the club
bouse now fctandj is being agitated,
and in case the project is acted on
favorably by the government. It wiI
! necessitate ilie removal of the hou.ie.
Tbe club l as had a succest-ful ff-a,-ou,
whii h is indicated by the sub
ifctuntikl balance in the treasury. It
has 3D active members and 10 asso
ciate members. Officers elected last
Commodore Charles A. Olson.
Vice Commodore H. Tearson.
Hear Comodorc Eric Johnson.
Secretary F. Bockaert.
Treasurer F. V. Keller.
Trustee -B. G. Whitney.
PLAN RAISING OF FUNDS
Augustana Hospital Directors Will
Meet Here Nov. 10.
Nov. 10 a meeting will be held by
directors of the Lutheran hospital to
be erected by the Augustana synod
in this city and for which the Bar
nard tract was recently purchased by
popular subscription. The session will
take place in this city. The object will
be to plan for the raising of the $100,
000 which the building will cost. This
will be done among the churches of
Olympics in Best Form of Season fcr
Probability is that Captain Kuehl of
the Olympics will be in the game
against the Rock Island Independents
in that city tomorrow afternoon at
the Island City park. The Moline lead
er was taken ill two days ago, but has
made a rapid recovery. . Other mem
bers of the Olympics are In fine fettle.
Practice this week has rounded the
team out into the best form it has
shown thus far.
New Stock of Beds
Has Just Arrived
We have just unloaded and placed on display the most attractive
line of Brass and Enamel Beds which we have ever shown. There
axe enough in this shipment to stock an ordinary store. Added to the
stock we have already received, this makes a notable display.
There are dozens of style3 at every price every one a splendid
value, really underpriced. In fact this is quite the most attractive
opportunity to purchase a bed at a real saving we have ever offered.
Come and look over this display it will be time profitably spent.
A Store You'll Like
1 FURNITURE. & CARPEX COMPANY
324-326-328 Brady St., Davenport.
at 10:30 a. m. with solemn high mass
in which Rev. R. O. Laughlin will be
celebrant, Rev. J. S. Kelly deacon, Rev.
R, O'Connell sub-deacon, and Rev. P.
F. Brown master of ceremonies. Sun
day evening there will be benediction
and sermon beginning at 7:30. Even
ings during the week the services will
start at 8 o'clock.
MARD1GAS ST.LL LIVES
BUT CHANCE IS SLIGHT
The slight change noted today in
the condition of Peter Mardigas, who
was 'so seriously burned while attempt
ing to kiudlP a fire with gasoline at
LOSS OF $300 CAUSES
ARREST OF THREE MEN
George Spiros fcnd Tom rarnasu3 of
224 Third avenue, Moline, were ar
rested this morning on informations
filed in the county court charging them
with running a gaming house, and ae
being held under bonds of $500 each.
On motion of the state's attorney the
cases were dismissed in police court
this afternoon. Dan Cachevas, a
friend of the two men, is also held on
The complainant is Mike Spilotis,
who charges that he lost some $300 in
a crap game run by the three prisoners.
WEEK'S MISSION SERVICE
Special Services Arranged for at St.
There will be a mission service at
St. Mary's church beginning Sunday.
It has been arranged for by the rec-
19 Forty fifth street. Rock Island, yes-j tor, Rev. J. S. Kolly, and will be con-
PRINCE ERNEST IS
Government of German Duchy
Is Assumed for tbe First
Time Since 1884.
Brunswick, Germany, Nov. 1. Tho
government of the duchy of Brunswick,
which has been without a reigning
duke since 1S84, was assumed today
by young Prince Ernest AugiiRt of
Cumberland. The prince married the
only daughter of the German emperor
May 24. Differences bctwen the two
princely families of llohenzollern and
Guelph have thus been settled.
terday morning, was for the worse,
according to Dr. A. T. Leipold, who is
ministering to h'm at the city hospi
tal. Chances for recovery are sl'ght,
the doctor says.
ducted by Rev. P. F. Brown, C. V. S..
and Rev. J. D. Kirley, C. V. S., both of
Chicago. The services will be held
daily and will continue for a week.
The opening will take place Sunday
Commission Hopes to Secure Better Feeling
Aledo Man Will Have Charge of
Second Methodist Church
f' '""i - r" " 1 i' i 'C' i ,u ' " '"Y i ty
; v A . , " 1 ir'r f , Xjvy- z, sr -f 4 s(
TMht fib 'v.. h'4r&$ q i
Tbe fii-st edition of Browning's "Paul
ine" was sold at auction fur $2,400. yet
not only did Brown'tg receive nothing
for It originally, but he would have
withdrawn It from print if It had been,
possible. Yet so highly did Uossetti
think of this despised masterpiece
that, not being nble to find n copy else
where, be went to tbe British museum
library and spent several laborious
days copying It word for word.
, Mr. and Mrs. Jude Donahoo spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
Ralph Beal met with an accident
Saturday evening. While stepping
over the wagon tongue he tripped and
fell on the wheel, cutting his Hp and
face so badly that the attending physi
cian found it necessary to take six
Henry Weidman was in Moline Sat
Miss Haael Wainwrlght attended
the entertainment at Zuma Thursday
Mrs. John Wainwright, who has
been spending the past two weeks
with her sister at Dorchester, Ne&.,
returned home Saturday.
Miss Verna Frels was ill Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Daily spent
Monday at Lyman Daily's home.
Mrs. Ann Moody and Mrs. D. W.
Mamma spent Tuesday with Mrs. E.
Charles Walthen and son were in
Mrs. E. Cowell and " Mrs. Mamie
Wake were business callers in Daven
D. W. Mumma was a business caller
in Joslin Monday.
The Fidelis class met at the home
of Miss Annie Weidmann Saturday
afternoon, with a good attendance.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Mrs. Mabel Searl, who has been
III with typhoid fever, is recovering
slowly. Mrs. Walker of Port Byron
is the nurse. j
Thursday evIng was welf'aUendecb j YOIST StOHIHCsl BSCl
Tiie views shown were fine and over! .
100 tickets were sold. --nv nmr nnr a
Mrs. Ann Moody of Nebraska is vi ! 5 JT TY ONE DUSt. Of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1). W.
The Zuma W. C. T. U. Is prepay,
ing a dox ot cunning for the West
End Settlement at Reck Island. Any
one having second l and clothing to J
donate are asked to noiify Mrs.
Charlea Walthers or Mrs. William
firasper (a very careful flan N. I
should never allow my only dnushter
to marry a Joornallst. He alwnys
wnstes one- side of the paper. And
i still less should she wed a poet II 9
j doesn't even go to the end of the line.
Mrs. N'ewed (to dear friend) Whafn
the secret of getting b new gown out
nf hubby after be refunes once? vMrn.
Wiley-If at first yon don't euccec'l
cr.v aaln Judne.
Fdayr's Wcnderf ul Stomach Remedy
and Be Convinced That You Can
Be Restored To Health
Left to ripht: James O'Connell, Frederick Delano, Prcfesstfr John R. Commons, Austin B. Garretson, Mrs.
James Bordea Harriman, S. Thurston Ballard, Frank P. Walsh, Harris Weinstock and Joht. B. Lennoa.
Rev. O. M. Dunlevy of Aledo, who
bar been filling the pulpit of the Sec
ond Methodist church since the death
of Rev. J. S. Cumming several weeks
go, has received an appointment as
permanent pastor to remain in charge
till the next conference, which will
be held in September. He will con
duct both morciDg and evening ser
Mr. Dunlevy has been connected
with tbe Central Illinois conference
for 30 years, or ever since he has been '
In the work. He has been, in charge
cf churches at Keithsburg. Bradford,
Coal Valley and Fairvlew, Fulton
Washington, Nov. 1. For the pur-i
pose of "investigating the underlying
causes of unrest in the Industrial
world," the commission of industrial
: relations appointed by President Wil
son under authority of an act of con
gress, has held its first meeting in
this city. Frank P. Walsh of Kansas
City, Mo., was elected permanent
chairman, and ft was decided to es
tablish headquarters in Washington.
An appropriation of $199,000 for the
work of the commission during its
Erst eight months was provided for
by congress when it was created. It
to carry on investigations which are
thought necessary. It is planned to
cooperate with the bureau of labor
statistics in order that the bureau's
library may be utilized.
President Uompers of the American
Federation of Labor, who was the
principal speaker at tbe first meeting,
reviewed the history of forner at
tempts to bring about better condi
tions in tbe industrial world by gov
ernment commissions and congres
sional committees. Several such ef
forts have been made, he said, but
all bad little effect.
Mr. Gompers said that the personnel
Broke the Charm.
"Well, you are a jrood little boy,
yon tuiially as pilet as thl?"
"No fear, but mother's going to (jive
me a clockwork eitcine and a hobby
horse if 1 don't say anything alwmt
your dreadful red nose." London Opiu-icn.
it would be able to br ng about better
conditions for working people and
better relations between emplovers
and employes in the industries of the
The nine members of the commis
sion are Ffauk P. Walsh of Kansas
City, Professor John R. Commons of
Wisconsin, Mrs. J. Borden Harriman,
Frederick A. Delano of Chicago. Har
ris Welnstock of California, S. Thurs
ton Ballard of Loufsville, Ky.; John
B. Lennon cl Illinois, treasurer of
the American Federation of Labor;
James O'Connell of Washington. D.
C, third vice president of the Amer-
of the present commission promises i lean Federation of Labor, and Austin
county. He will continue for the pres
ent to retain his home In Aledo, but ! is expected by members of the com-1 much for the success of its efforts. I'eln. Oarretnon. nrMpni f h rwer
j will spend most of the time, in Molioe. J miss:on that experts will be employed declared that be earnestly hoped that' of Railway Conductors, of Iowa.
"Should a man shave nn or down?"
asked a yonthfnl clerk, and the b.irbei
replied with a grin:
"That depends When I shsve you
for Instance, I always share down." ,
Jack I am afraid th.i: If I ask yoo
1 VdtvW ul
.'.i v r a..
tor out r.fro
Yf u ar not aVed to take Mayr'i Wonder
ful Stomach fimdy for week and n.onth
b-ure yu receive any benefit netio is usu
taiiy rc-quired V cot;vir, e the n:o-,t skeptical
ttiffrfer f Stomach Aimem that th great
remedy should rest re anyone o rrHc?el o
jfof-d health. Mayr'm Wonder f at Stomach
RimmdyhsA be-en ten by many lhfUh.ir,(j-f
i jvt-(t; wnw.iBiMfiii isiri. at. iti wi"ukui
j health nr.cl hanptn to sutierera w. hr had tic
ouired of ever bmsr restore! and whn nrrw nro
c.ia:m it uWonderit;! Hmedy and Are urging
others who may 'oe ftvfTeriny wuh Stomach,
Liver and tntmmtinal Athnonts to try it. Mind
ynu. Mayra Wonderful Stomach Rcmmdy 13 no
l!ilcrent than most medicine that are put
the market i-r the vnoanm-tch aittnen'ii ir
t reily in a da.sM by iieli, and one dtc wit rU
to be my wife you w. treat my pro-, thiinlon& f other mKiirmw. Hwit fromon
DOS.ll MS joke Molly But nil Jiief , doe w:il am mi the De-rrtt are cr.t'r..-!
1 r-tA i j natural, it acts on the noufe and foundation
r BOX rtjKZta. jacK. j ' I o these aitmenta. removing the poinou ca
tarr and b;Ie accretumt. and aiiaving the ondrr
lytr.jr chronic mn-immatK.n in te alimenjry
I anr) intest.nal tract. rrnerinK the me ami.
. Motic J'5t irr rne de of Atayr't Wonderful
! Stomach Remedy put it to a teM today yml
11 t omiy'J wi'H your quick recovery
Flnbdnb What do f Ati cnn(der tbs
most delicat form of nattery? ' Cyni
Cis Telling a married man be d'jesc't
look it Judge.
Chance generally fa tort tbe prudent
and will higuly praise it a- thou-andn of other
are constantly doing. H-nd for booklet on
S'orrtach Ailrr.nti to ieo. H. li.iyr, Uftf.
Cbem.t. 1S4-1S6 Whiting it., Chitago, lu.
For aal In ftork Islanil hv tli Hed
Cnn fi'niirinucy. V. I. O. Walker, rlie:n
ft. 'urih avmu'j uiU 'i'weuutta