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THE AKGUa TUESDAY, FEJ5 UUA 10, 189:2
import" Consideration in the Build
lug or Selection of a Dwelling.
In a receut lecture Dr. S. H. Durgin
ve some sensible advice to people con
" i...in huildiii!. Included ia his
nractical siiutfesuons were the following: ,
DoO't nl'glll1' 10 Se'CC miu.ut:ru cv
are as i northern exposure always
makes'" cold, damp house. The most im
rtant partof the house is the cellar. A
Jimp, uuhwilthy cellar means a house of
tliat sort. There should be no part of the
cellar thut cannot easily be lighted and
veDtitiit-!- Too much stress cannot be
upon these points. When you have
hV.it ia your house yon form a draft that
drawn into the house ine air 01 me ceuar;
therefore it L necessary to keep the air
mire. 'Mien your rooms should be so ar
pmieil as to be easily veutilated and
fl.wTu! with sunlight. Your windows
f!,ould lie larue and ample, reaching near
ihe reiliiiL,- and also near the lloor. 1 would
n.'.vi-e smooth walls, frescoed or puiiitetl;
t!: (ciinted are more easily cleaned. Tlie
may be of either hard or soft wood,
hut carjk'ts I consider an abomination.
Xii.-y are reci'utacles of dust containing or
tihii germs which Ket into the eyes and
throat, causing many serious troubles.
The furnace is perhaps the must com
rti.n and perhaps nlso the cheapest method
e! lieatini?. Hut n furnace reouires intel
liient care. It must be supplied with the
fn-sh air, with the mouth of the air shaft
n-far ns possible from the (jarbasfe burrel
awl cesspool. The evaporating process
should be used in every case, and the
d.imper air is much more healthful. Steam
li.atisvery convenient am! not very ex
pensive, but there is seldom any method
of supplying fresh air The hist consider
ation in the huildiru,' of a house is ventila
tion, but it is not by any means the least.
The old fashioned lir. place is one of the
best means of vent il.u iiiir homes, even
though it is not needed for heating. The
transom should not l-lost si'ht of. Wells
are an important feature of homes in the
country, and should never be near cess
pools, barnyards, or any other possible
enntaniinatini; influence. Driven wells
are better than weils which are dug and
willed up. Kainwater is rarely in the
C'liintry and never in thecity, fit for domrs
W: use. While I cannot enter into the
subject of plumbing, let me say that the
l-st of plumbing is none too good, and the
most expensive thing you can have in your
h'Hise is poor plumbing. You never know
when it will give out; you never know
when your health will be jeopardized.
Vh,-n your home is started the wastes
Inv'in. Never let them accumulate. Have
no I'. ir!.. damp corners and no standing
inrkui-. All garbage should be burned
n: cik Not directly on the lire, for this
ii. u "s a noxious smell, but in a receptacle
a: side of the stove, where it is dried
il wi! to a sweet, harmless charcoal, with
'ti -iiiell and Useful as fuel.
Nev.rsl Styles in Maiil's Caps.
Tie- latest styles in Knglish caps for par
i r tii Mii-, are. as will be seen by referring
t-i tin- anomiatiying cut, decidedly at-
tn. '.p.,-ami beeoming. Such caps are not
i i!tiil.if-.l to raise rebellion in the mind of
Iiry Ann. who frequently hesitates to
i.jii some of the atrocities in way of mus
"ii ami lace that are offered as maid's caps.
Tlie cap with the Mat plaited crown is
uite cambric spotted with blue. The re-"tit-
is of dotted white cambric.
I'ainty lluby .luckets.
A l.u'.v makes the prettiest little jackets
I 'tlahies from old black stockings and
t,"--ni round with pink or red wool,
drawn through with siugle crochet, and
Mxtlier ri.iv nbove this of a few treble
i.itilu-s. The legs are unpicked and joined
t -'ether down the back of the jacket; the
s.reves are cut out from the nurrower
pi't-s atl sewed in, and a crochet cord of
W. o run in around the neck.
Tu six ounces of desiccated or grated
jrh locoamit add (if the former is used)
ti ounce, f powdered sugar, if the latter
taree ounces' will lie required, two table--uftils
of (lour, the whites of three fresb
an.) a fvv drops of vanilla or rose
n 'l' r. drop the mixture in little heaps on
a tin -ie et and bake for a few minutes in
a "'--!. rate oven.
Uaisin Take for Cliililrcn.
T oc the weight of five eggs in their
'i :n butter. Hour and fine sugar; creara
;"' tj"'-tT. beat in tiie flour, sugar, a tea
N" ":iti;!of liakiug powder, six ounces of
r'--;iis or currants, or equal proportions of
'iii. a little vanilla essence, the beaten
I " lh.'' then their well whisked
'"" ': at once in a well buttered
A -la. p of bread about twice the size of
Ui led ill a linen l,i,fr nml inwrtnl in
j-'ii' ; oi which boils vegetables, will absorb
gases which oftentimes send such hii
'-Ui portable odor to regions above.
A tcaspoonful of good cider vinegar
'i i-d to uue gill of pure raw linseed oil is
M-J to make an excellent furniture polish.
H'ib white spots on furniture with es
' '' "f pepM.Tiuint or spirits of camphor,
"r " a hot plate from thestove over them.
blaster of paris mixed with gum arable
t'tr is used as a china cement.
t hen in a hurry to boil some prcpara
' J" l"r dessert in a double boiler, if the
, ltS Jt' Portion of the boiler be filled with
'riI' '-'. the inside will boil immediately,
f.i'is' to the much higher temperature of
'-i.iiig brine than of boiling water.
A t'-aspoonful of glycerin to a gill of
- it makes a cement for fastening leather,
i ' r or wood to metal, which is said to be
' t' llellt.
u aimexl that silverware furnishes
.' " . the most reliable means for detect-
-' 'ieteetive drainage. If it is covered
a black coating or tarnishes soon after
', u':-; '-'kiined, and after a second or third
iiiuig again becomes quickly darkened,
sLoukl investigate thedrainagc system
01 the house.
Try a raw oyster as bait for mouse or rat
'rP when other things fail
AN INDIA RUEDEfS NAVY. -
An Indiana Man Think Ironelntls Have
Uot to tyro Way to Rubber.
As the loan wm going out of the tig
hotel he WBpen4 to me in sepulchral
tones, "Colonel Illce is not right in his
upper story he is clean daft." V
In a few minutes I saw the jocund face
oC Colonel Jamei H. Kice, ex-auditor of
Indiana, coming from the elevator. He
looked perfectly at ne, and I asked him who
his friend was tiat bad just departed.
"That man," said the colonel, "is a pro
moter, and has ni t given me a moment's
rest since I arrived ia the city. I've just
let him in on the ground floor of an idea of
mine and bary shown him illustrations of
it. I offered to have him elected vice presi
dent of a company that is not formed. If
my idea ia put int o execution it will revo
lutioniz naval warfare, and an ironclad
will be as harmless as a barge carrying a
load of Sunday school excursionists."
The colonel invited me to his room,
where I saw a number of illustrations in
the rough of queer looking ships. I asked
him to explain tliem. His eyes beamed
with pleasure as fie proceeded to elucidate
his ideas. "The nfs," he said, "represent
war vessels ar mined with tough india rub
Ikt. Kach vessel is protected with rubber
seven feet in thickness and with enough
give or elasticity to it to send the largest
ball ever fired aainst it bounding back
into the water. I admit that the common
rubber is not of suflieient toughness to re
sist the Impact of the ordinary cannon
ball, but the rublH-r I intend to use is not
common. Every man who makes an in
novation and rel -gates established meth
ods to the past is in the beginning consid
ered a crank. Hut I do not mind any
little epithet of tl at kind."
"What is the t II spire in the vessels?"
"That," said tiie scientific colonel, "is
the lookout. It is a tower that can be tele
scoped in a second to the surface of the
vessel's deck and erected in the same space
of time. It is 800 feet high. There is only
one smokestack a nd it can be taken down
in a minute. Cannon? Ah! that is a se
cret, but 1 shall i ell you because you are
not a promoter. In the rear of the vessel
there is a turret lower with four destruc
tive guns. You don't see it, eh? Well,
neither do I, but if the enemy appeared, by
manipulating machinery there would rise
from the bull of the vessel a turret, pro
tected by india rubber and ready to sink a
fleet of ironclads. Everything on the deck
of my iudiii rubber vessel can be dropped
below in a few liniments."
''Have you ever studied that branch of
mathematics whi r-h treats of trajectory?"
The colonel had, and added: "My boy, a
ball dropped on the deck of one of my ves
sels would boun 1 a mile high. There
is absolutely no powder or force strong
enough to drive n ball into the rublier."
"One more question, colonel. How long
have you had this peculiar elastic idea?''
"It came to n e as an inspiration five
years ngo. I was in Chicago and a wea
zened faced man vith a voice thut sounded
like the noise made by tearing calico madj
life miserable to me. He had a scheme,
and for a week Ik became my shallow, try
ing to get me to ).o into it. i worked out
the india rubber vessel and for three hours
I earnestly explained to him the fortune in
it if he would accept the vice presidency.
From that time I e has never said 'scheme'
to me again. I I ave shown it to dozens of
promoters and have talked so much about
it that I really think some kind of rubber
can be made to risist and throw back cau
uun balls." New Y'ork Herald.
A I way Impiei1 Heal Tears.
"There never was an actress who could
command her lachrymal glands as Adelaide
Neilsou could," said Jack Harnes to a re
porter. "I was her leading man at one
time," continued Jack, "and I learned her
peculiar faculty in this way to my cost.
At that time I ra her fancied myself, don't
you know, in such parts as Komeo and the i
like, and I went t J con.siderabl expense in
the matter of dressing. For Itomeo I had
some lovely dress ?s, all silk, snt in and lace,
and of the most delicate 'evening shades,'
as the ladies say. A delicate pale blue
jacket was my favorite in one of the scenes
between Komeo and Juliet, and I was aw-
fully sorry I had it before the season was
over. After a few performances I noticed
that the beautiful pale blue silk on the
front of my costume was stained in some
way. There were long streaks in it which
I cou Id not accou nt f or.
"That night Ni ilson and I were in one of
the pathetic love scenes of 'Komeo and
Juliet.' Her hi ad rested on my breast, j
She looked up, turned her face to the au-,
dience a moment, which at once burst into
most tumultuous applause. When she
turned her face toward mine again I saw
tears streaming down her cheeks. I
glanced at my costume and saw the cause
of the stains. II ire were several fresh wet
streaks on the handsome pale blue silk
made by J uliet's tears. I tried to hold her
head away from me, but costumes had to
be sacrificed to art, and when the season
was over my cost me was a striped instead
of a plain blue silk, the change having i
been caused by Jt.liet's too realistic weeps."
Manufacture of IJyestufTs.
Few instances of modern industrial
growth in any one specialty are more sur
prising than that of the manufacture of
artificial dyestu Is. In England, France,
Germany aud some other countries, but es- ,
pecially in Gern any, this industry has ob
tained such prodigious growth thut in
some cases the extensive works resemble a
small town or village. This appears from
the published statistics of one of these
plants, where lire employed some 1,900
workmen, fifty foremen, nine engineers,
besides eighty-six clerks nnd fifty-seven
The works cover an area of TJO.OOO square .
yards, and fron: one end of the works to
the other the dis- ance is 3,300 feet. Besides
a great variety of dyest tiffs, the acids em- i
ployed in their production are also manu
factured, amounting in one year to ',
103,000 kilograms of sulphuric acid,
800,000 of other acids and 3,ttM,000 of coal
tar products. New Y'ork Telegram.
Om -half Black.
Mr. Spurgeon has an endless stock of an
ecdote and fun. The following incident
took place on the top or one of the Scottish
highland coach s while he was traveling
with a friend. S.dd the great preacher: "Do .
you know, just tefore I left Loudon I saw
a man who was black all down one side of .
his body. One irm, one leg. black. Most '
peculiar, wasn't it?" His friend assented
with many expi essions of wonder. After
some time had elapsed Mr. Spurgeon
quietly remarked, "By the bye, I think I
thould mention he was black down the
utlier side too." 1-otnlon Tit-Bits.
Gypie In Europe.
The majority i f the Scottish gypsies have .
spread over a ast tract of country. It J
America they hi ve gradually become lost J
to view as a distinctive race. In Europe
they are found i i the greatest number to
day in Hungary and Wallachia, where
there are 500,000 Philadelphia Ledger.
Lapsed Policies Soinelhao Renewed.
Sometimes lapses of life insurance poli
cies are due to the financial disability of
the policy holders. Such a case recently
came before the renewal department of
one of the big companies. A man who
held a policy for $5,000 ou the semitontine
plan allowed it to lapse, after having paid
premiums for eight years. According to
the rules, his heirs would receive all the
premiums that he had paid for three years,
but he would receive nothing. For two
years nothing was heard of him, but then
be applied to be reinstated.-. It appeared
that because of financial reverses be bad
been unable to meet bis premiums, but his
health had remained unimpaired. His
finances bad improved again, no that be
was able to pay all the back premiums
with interest, and as be passed the medical
examination satisfactorily be was restored
to the class in which he had started ten
years before. The others in this class lost
nothing by his reinstatement, whereas he
There are no written rules to renewals of
lapsed policies, and frequently they depend
entirely upon the discretion of the officials.
The local companies rarely go into details
of cases outside of the city, but hold their
agents responsible for them. While there
would appear to be opportunity of fraud,
through collusion between the applicants
for renewals and the agents, yet the offi
cials here say that it is very rarely prac
ticed. Persons who allow their policies to
lapse are seldom notified of that fact. It is
to their advantage to keep them secure,
and it is taken for granted when they fail
to pay the premiums that they have done
so intentionally. Occasionally statements
are sent out just before the beginning of
the year to delinquents, and they have a
limited time in which to apply for rein
statement. New York Sun.
lie Loved Chicken.
Children always recognized their friend
in Professor Sophocles, late of Harvard uni
versity. A group of curly heads usually
appeared in his window on Class day. A
stray cat knew him at once. By him spiders
were watched, and their thin wants sup
plied. But his solitary heart went out
most unreservedly and with the most pa
thetic devotion toward fragile chickens,
and out of these uninteresting little birds
he elicited a degree of responsive intelli
gence which was startling to see.
One of his dearest friends, coming home
from a journey, brought him a couple of
bantam eggs. When hatched and grown
they developed into a little five inch bur
nished cock, which shone like a jewel or a
bird of paradise, and a more solxr but ex
These two, Frank and Xin., mid all
their numerous progeny for many years.
Sophocles trained to the hand. Each knew
its name, and would run from the flock
when its white haired keeper called, and
sitting U(Kn his hand or shoulder, would
show queer signs of ulTection, not hesitat
ing even to crow.
The same generous friend who gave the
eggs gave shelter nlso to the winged con
sequences, and thus it happened that three
times a day, as long us he was able to leave
bis room, Sophocles went to that house
where the Harvard Annex is now sheltered
to attend his pets.
To eat a chicken was a kind of cannibal
ism from which his whole nature shrank.
"1 do not eat what I love," he said, reject
ing the bowl of chicken broth that was
pressed upon him in his last sickness.
I'rofessor Palmer in Atlantic Monthly.
Contracts That Itind Minor.
There are certain contracts that a minor
is bound to keep and which can lie enforced
against him as against an adult. Certainly
it would be a most unfortunate thing in a
moral uspect if young people were to feel
that tlie law lays no duties or responsibili
ties upon thcin. It would be a bad thing
for society as well as for individuals.
There are for these reasons a few con
tracts binding upon minors. Of these the
two most important are, first, contracts for
necessaries, by which technical term of the
law is meaut articles needful to sustain
the child in a manner suitable to his social
station, anil, second, his marriage contract.
A child has no right to make purchases
for himself and have them charged to his
parent unless the parent bus given him
permission to do so or unless the articles
are necessaries and the child was in actual
need of them. A dealer who sells a suit of
clothes to a boy and charges them to the
futhex is bound to prove that it was done
by the father's permission or else that the
boy was in actual want of the clothes and
that they were necessary and suitable.
If a child is wrongfully driven away from
home he is then theorectically in actual
want and can buy necessaries and charge
them to his parents, but if he puts himself
in the wrong by running away from home
his condition is then truly pitiable, for he
thus loses entirely his right to pledge his
father's credit even for necessaries. Chau
tauquan. Following Longfellow's Exuuiple.
A cultivated lady, presiding over a
pleasant home in one of Boston's suburbs,
took her three daughters to call upon Mr.
Whittier at his home. The poet received
them cordially, kissing the youngest, a
bright little girl of ten. "There!" said the
delighted mother to the child, "now you,
as well as your sisters, will have some
thing to be proud of." "Whut is that?"
asked Whittier. with interest.
The lady explained that when her oldest
daughters were children she had taken
them to call ujkju Longfellow, who had be
stowed upon them a similar mark of atten
tion. "What Longfellow has done I surely
may be permitted to do," said the grand
old poet gallantly, und stooping his tall
form he kissed both young ladies, who
blushed and looked conscious, but smiled
An Anecdote of Le Sage.
Of Le Sage, M. Claretie says, "Breton he
remaiued all his life by character, pride,
independence, probity, tenacity carried to
obstinacy, and by superstition." Before
"Turcaret" was played be had promised
the Duchesse de Bouillon to read her the
piece. It was thought that the reading
would take place before diuner. Some
business detained him. and be arrived late.
The Duchesse de Bouillon received bim
with an appearance of impatience, and told
him, with an air of discontent, that she
bail lost au hour waiting for him. "Well,
madame," said Ie Sage coldly, "I will
make you gain two hours." After this
short speech he bowed aud went away.
an Francisco Argouaut.
Stilt Race In Gascony.
Until very recently hardly any festivals
took place in the villages of Gascony with
out stilt races. The prizes usually con
sisted of a gun, a sheep, a rooster or some
thing of the kind, and young women
sometimes took part in the exercises. M.
Guyot-Daubes in Popular Science Monthly.
Don't speak of a native of China as a
Chinaman. You would not say that you
bad an Ireland man digging in your gar
den. It is better to call John a Chinese.
Or. Miles' Nervine not ouly cures all
nervous diseases, bead cne, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleep essDeei, mwalgia,
8t. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
builds op the body. I am pltased to
sav that after years of intense suffering
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks (rained eight
uonnds in weight. I could not lie down
to sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfully.
Cannot st enough for the nervine.
Vtts L B. M ill, abd Dunkirk, N. T."
'Oue customer used Nervine sod gained
fifteen pounds in flesh. Bhown & Mat
bcry. Cortland, NY" Trial hollies and
e egant book free at Hartz & Bahnsen'a
For Over Fifty Tsars
Mrs. Winslow-s Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children whiln
Durbed at night and broken of your res
ujr sick cnna sunenng and crying with
ain of cutting teeth send at ooce and get
bottle or "Mi. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
ieve ihe poor little sufferer immediately
Depend npon it. mothers, thereis no mis
ake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
iic, softens the gums, rednc; s inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teetbina: is pleasant
'.othe tuste nnd is the prescription of one
of the oldeBt and best female physicians
ind curses in the United States. Sold by
Ml druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
k for "Mrs. Winlow's Soothing Syrup
The tsxeg for 1891 are now due and
may he psid to the township collector at
Hurst & Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temp c block Your lust. eir's r-ceiut
wil'. be of great assistance to'ihe collector
in finding your descriptions on the lax
books. William T. Slgdkn,
ItCnresColdi.Coairbi.Sorc Throat, Croup. Inflacn
la.Whooping Cough .Bronchitis nd Asthma, a or.
lain cure lor Consumption m Qrst sta?,-. aa.l a mm rHIef
In advanced stapes. I'w t one. You will see the
exoellent effect after taking; the first dose. Sola
b il.'&u r cvervwaeru. uUc, MlcenM urn S1JJU.
A Delicious ar.i Healthfal Confecticn!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFl'RED TO THE PUBLICI
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOSS THSOAT, COUGHS AND C3L23,
AKO IS HWHLY BEHSFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens; the breath, im
parls a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bore's Choc-To Gum is the best, trv it once, and
you will use no other afterwards, if any dealer
you ak for it. has not got it. take no other, but go
somewhere tlse. You will find ail progressive
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 4. 61 S. CANAL ST., - CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Whole? al r Agents for Rock Island.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing al. k'.Dds
of Stores with Castings at 3 sent
A MACHINE SHOP
q&b been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-clan.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
For sale by all firsvdAM Grocery dealer.
A OU I C K A N O raslTIVf ftttur f
M A M L V V IO St .ml t Sal, Lttlttmtlf
mT.HcIv S C X U A 1. DIBIIITV ot. LOST
tITAklTV kiw A Mrllou Invtao-
riMr.nbnlTltinBMI. Svmtl. SI 11m IS'.iff Cy
wulMj. Ctr.frts. OH.r CATOH.aZSi, !...
well satisfied tb&t
Isibe Best Laundry Soap in the World
Time niliv. 1"-
ki isc. a s . .
M.n.1 AlHoANKOcLO. CTUCfrgO
J. B. ZIMMER,
Will sell for the next 30 days all his overcoatings at 15
prT.cent less than the regular prices.
Star Block, Opposite Harper House.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fresb and Salt Meats always on h ind. Game,
Fish and Oysters In the sea on.
Reynolds' Block. Moline Ave., FOOT OF ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction cuaranle' d.
Office and Shoo 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C CONNOR, i Proprietors. I WM. H. CATTON.
J. IVIa CHRISTY,
C. J. W. SCHREINEH,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fourth aveaue. BesideDce 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications fnmifhed on all classes of work : also sernt cf Willer'e Patent Insio
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
BOTH TST.AVT. ILT.
tea rasrsntre to
Loh ot.Hriuri Powr.
'ifil .s&' sions. Nervousness. la!Mlude.aUclrain and lsof powerof the iieiiernui
- '.' Organs In either sex cause' I by over exertion, youthful erro's. or riv-.n
"C y v rf. um il www. npiu r swmmanw nico o,i lead to InnrnjltT. Conpurop
r,Yl 1W Jk. -yJK. . tion and Intanity. I'ut up convenient U cam In ve-t poeket. 1 per urt
tBJSSH, SIB1 mai':GforK. With every t , order we nit n ,eWrrn Mr.,,Z. tj,
Eroaa jm iru I'siso. njund Uunionty. Circular tree. ynem Aerve Heed '., Chli-aco. III.
For sale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen. 84 Are. and 20th street
i nt j'uoi i
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOB CATALOGUES ADDEES3 x
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport. I
. , .
?0cERS KEEP IT.
MJM1FOIREH Of CRACKERS AND BISCUITS-
Ask Yonr "roc er for Them.
1 hf-T are Bet.
The Chrlf tj "Oyster" td Christy "Wsrta."
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Goods received by
IST'Call and Examine.
tbe wonderful remedy
I A. i t.t iih a n- .1
care all nervous disease, such as Wak Mem.Tr
flt'ittlitrtie. Wakefulness, Lot 1anhMl. Nivbllv Kaii-
" ww.w, - i fjwr.. foi
ivt uuKt. vjfc&zst