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FEBRUARY J4, 1913.
THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
Thi3 Hub-Mark is your Value-Mark on Rubbers
Wear Hub-Mark Rubbers this winter. They cost no
mr.re than any frst-class rubber. If your dealer can't
supply you write us.
Co., Malden, Mass.
'l Sendusyour dcalcr's
h tELtLa name and we will
u-jui iou a box of Oxo Cubes frce.
Al lunchcon or dinner betwcen
menls wlien you nre lired aftcr
.,-.- any timc, a stcamin
i w nouinc.i ib r.ppeti. . v ,
1 ;!t m (Ko cr'je in i:
rn-' i Jil hot "U'ni.er.
A C: b? to a Cupfu! A Cuptul n a "K.iuLa
Oxo Cuics in !!ns lccfi inacimlely
Tin3 of 10 cubs, 25c. Tins of 4 cubes, JOc.
Tinsof 50 and 100 cubes cost less.
CORNEILLE DAVID & CO., Sole AgenU
Dcpt. 9 North Moore Street New Yorls
Gct Oxo Cnbcs from any of the followiruj dealeri:
F. W. BECKWITH,
R. S. BENEDICT, Catlell Dlock,
PARK DRUG STORE,
GORHAM & SONS,
GEQRGE T. KIDDER,
A C.C.S. YOUNG MAN'S REGORD
Enrolled Sept. 3; WORKED 1IARD. Nov. 15, began work nt $8 00 a week ;
Dec. 5, incrensed to $12 00 a week. THE BEST CIIRISTMAS PRESENT 1S A
COURSE WITH US. Send for circulars. Cnpitnl Coiinncrcial Scliool,
' The Worth WhileSchool," D. A. CASEY, Piop. & Prin., Lyon Blook, Albany, N. Y
Womcii's Drawcrs, nll Sizes One lot of Drawers, made
ofgood eottiui, uood bi.-. with wido Hanibuig ed"e
Tucks above rufile. For This Snle
I9C 25c, 29c, 39c and 50c.
One Lot or Drawers, good cotton, Inwn rufllp, trimnipd
with vnl. edge. I-'r Tliis S.tlo 49c.
CouilMiiatioits, sizes 38 and 40 only-Combinations.
Sbort Sknt and dorset Cover combined. Ribbon nnd
Reading at noek. ForThisSale 32c and 42c.
Comhiiiations, Drawcrs .-ind Corset
Cover Coinbiued Kilihon und Humburg beiiding
at iihM;. AllHi.. . For This Sulo 98c.
Womeil's Gowus -G w,vi, Round Neck. trimmed with
Torclion etige, with Rdiboti run. tliruuuh.
For This Sule 49c.
Gowns V JS'eclc liiiuinpd with Ilainlmrg
eUge, Uxtiu siy-s For Thi S-ile 75c and 98c.
Sliort Slcirts Onol..t Shnrt Skirui, extru wido ruflleof Ham
burg, with pin tucks nbofe hem.
ForThisSale 25c ami oc
Loiik: Slcirts Lniif SUirtH. tiinuiiHil with wido llamburK. Also
Laot) lrinmi.-d. For Thin Salf
49c, 69c, $1 10 and $1 59
Corset Covers-Om- lot of dorset Covorn, both llamburK nnd
Lacis trimmod, .Slihtly Boiled. Sold for 25o.
For This Salo . X5C.
Oiic Lot Corset Coyers-Both Hatnbure and Lace trimmed.
Shyhtly boileit Sold for GOc.
For This Si.k-
Clilldren's and MJsses' Underwear,
njfes 2 to 18 vejirs-A lot of Childrnn'annd Misses'
Skirts, PaiitB aial Roben, the best qualilj- of cotton.
Hatnburg and Lnce tritnined. All Prices.
E. P. CUSHMAN & SON
TnERE IS NO CASE OP
BL00D 0R SK1N DISEASE
nrisitiK fromadisordoicd stonmuli, bowels,
hver or kidnoys which
will not mntcrially bencflt, or ponnnnently
curo; tbis has been provon for tbe pnst 42
yoars. Ask your parcnts, or nolgbbors,
nbout SEVEN I1AHKS, ns thousands havo
tcstillcd to its mcrits. Don't delny to Rut a
CO cent bottlo nt your drugRist, und start
yonrsclf on tho road to completo recovcry.
LYMAN BROWNi 68 Mnrroy St New York, N.Y
AtlRR Etbpl ("!lllil)in is :it. rtnniol Rnr.
geiit'fl aftcr a vislt at ber liome in Brook-
A verv ti'easmt smnrisc nnilv wn?
pivon Mth M.uy A. Young at Iwr boh,
Robi'lt'n. Ffbruirv 0th. thu ociiaHinn
btint; her 08th hinhday.
The Faji-ltf aliction was wcll
tpinl' ii, Veri'" tlurlluiii of Bristol ptn
cliaii'd thi' farm.
Miss 'ilii llanmi'r lwn rcttirnpd
1 hc n'linul iit Jui iHalcin, Jost-ph Sai
gi'iit, ti'ai'hi-r, closi'd Fobriiaty 7th.
Mi". .losi'ph Urowu has rotunifd from
the Jlury Fh'tclicr liospunl.
Tli. ic w.f no nici'ii ijf Iumc Sitndav 011
Hccount of tHuitL'il niceting at Monk
ton. Mi-. V. If. Yoiinir Irm bi-en (juito ill
the past week with in liinlj;ia.
Mrn l'eter Iloller is a victiin of tbe
A vM-y plrji'aiil occnsion was the
I.-idiei' Aid ..t llic Iioiin of Mr. tJrr.'ii
X'-l-oti. A ii'Hiiw iful iliimei- wps scrved
liv 1 he ho-ti gs. I'ne r-oll-'Ction waaover
Vina .Sellccl; has had a rulapse from
tonsilitis and i-. iiiie t-ick.
The Missiouaiy sm-ii'ty of the Conmt -Kati'imil
ehuieh met Tuusdar with Jlibs
MifH Edith Sawyer, wbo has been with
Mrs. S. P. Leland, returiibd honiu on
Mr, Bedor tapped some mnplea last
week and nap ran abundantly. New
inapln i-yrup was enjojed by boine of the
Mrs. Myron Paige is very low. Aa she
is an aKed lady 110 hopes of recovery are
Tholadiesof tliu M. E. chnrcli wlll
Kive an oytor pupper 011 tho evening of
Febniary 18th. TIid proceeds to go
towardstbe Hiipport of the church.
E. C. Cole of Middlebury college was a
guest at G. V. Noyes' tiuiiday.
Mr?. A.J. Ktaeh is visiting an aunt
in Loininster. Mass.
Mrs. Fiank Persons visitel her dauch
ters, Etbel and Ruth, in Brandon Suu
day William II. Dyer of Middletown
S,)ring-i t-pent .Saturday and Sunday
w th his mother, Mi. S U. Dyer.
Mis Mabel Noyes went Tuesday to
Mnnktoii to visit her H-a r, Mrs. George
C'ol III II
Miss Williiribon, teaclier in tbe Wes-t
P'imar? w-is at boine over Sunday.
Mi.-s -iniKui, of tli lanimar ronin vi
itfl fi u-nd- and relalives in Middlebury.
O f Mead, wbo has been iU, is
Vina Selleck U iinproving in bealth.
Teaehers' examination February 27
an.l 2H at .Middlebury Graded bchool
Thc topio for the liierarv hour at
Sboreluni Orange Friday evening, Feb
ruary M, will be "Parcels Pcst."
Meetjni; of Alma Hendi cbaptr. O
E. S., noxt Tuesday ovcning, I'ebrup-y
p-v. Oc irge Frencb, wbo iroved bis
family 1 1 tbe t .lona'je h t w ':. I
unn li's p I iratM in the C )Hf;.'C2ational
cburob Sunday murning, Febtir" Otli.
MISS EI.I V AMKII.l CATMV.
Miss F'la Anielia C -.tlin, only daugh
, terot 1 ic '-Ue i) .011 lj.vndei'nd Mi.;.
I Anielia i.di -c)C tlin. pr 1 awav at
1 ber honie in oiiorebani villrce, Vi 1111
; dny evining. JVnunty 29 ine funeral
ji ivi- was beld al the C n4.egational
, cbuieb, i . afi.uKon. Rev S p ,,
of ( , .iwall, otlli'itt inir nnd Jfr. BIok
1 ni r 1 i-lfn-'i-. 'Ine 1 niM- i n'-ii 1 of
th l. ', u. ... M, 1 K W. M, 01-,
T. II. Mt r . .1 C. Mt ue ami S. V
Wt rd. l'l.v.- i imeiit the family
lot at L; ke View i- m, 1 -iy. The lluwei.i
, ei e vi-y . .iillf 111.
Xli- t'ltlniM Mniv 1 liy a lnother,
i II. Catliu. i f 1 m' in. I'.nn , who
wi un .li'e I pi, enl, owiii1' t) ie
P latm fro m out iif tou n wero Mia.
W V. .Mi jro r.'id Mis. Uharli , Mi noof
Mi. Callin n ceived ber cduc tion i
thi viiliii;e m'Iii )l, at Newt jn ritudemy,
i 'id nt Vass .r t-ollege Slm lu I eii a
lifoioiiK n siilent of Mim t wn and sur
ivi 1 lit-r l.ilher bv ne rly fniiir-en
yt . . Sin-w.- 1 kiutl eid cotn' ni t
evi-.y one and witl bo t 'dly ir"- -t 1 by
ber uiany uiendti.
A GOOD STOMACH
MI O NA Stoinach Tablels nre guar
nnteed by V. II. Sheldon toend indlges
tion and givo you a good vigorotir stom
neb, or money back. They relieve nfter
(I'nner distress in llve minutes, 00 cente.
MI-0 NA for belcbiug of gas.
MI O NA for distress after eating.
MI-O-NA for foul breath.
MI O-NA for losa of appetite.
MI O NA for lieartburn.
MI-O-NA for Bick headaclie.
MI.O-NA for nfght sweatB.
MI O NA for bud dreaniH.
MI-0,NA aftor a banquet.
MI O-NA for vomiting of pregnancy.
Makes rich, pure blood puts vlgor,
Tim, vitality into the whole body.
Freo trial treatment fronj Booth'B MI
O NA, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ilomce Hook is very ill with grip nnd
lieni t ili-ease. Ftars aro eiilertaiueil as
to bis rti'nvery.
Mrs C. It liigley is HUirei ing with a
MrM. Mablu Hurke wag called from
Hancock Sunday to liHsist in thu casa of
her unindpon. the iufaut child of Mr.
and Mis. Fred E. Burke.
F. D. Lntnh of Somerville, Mass., is
tho guest of J. R Vinton.
Mre. Warren L. Ford died very sud
dt nly thu 8th inst. Thc funeral took
place at the liome Tueeday. A moro cx
tended notice next week.
Henry Jennett has moved bis fnmily
into his uncle's bouae for tbe present,
John Jennetto who lives near the burned
buildings of his ncphow.
Eben Ford wnn called hcre Saturday
from Ludlow by the death of bis
Myitis, wifo of S. F. Rtley passed
from earlh to spirit lifo Februarv thu
fiftb, aft' r a week of intensu slifTering
with sev . ral ili?enses whiru CTtised ber
death, b.nles being nlllicled with noiter
of In ti(5 unnling "i bien was aguravated
l-y suve ougliiug until it burbt and
piiipli .ih-il In-- fystein wiih ;uilson,
cau-inn de.iih. Mir. Hiley Wi,s the
dnughter of Ehner and Sarah (Crr'ii")
G'nxlyear. Miu wn born in Ripton
r iiln'r '.' lHiii, i' il ,is . heiefori! 30
; -'nis '. 1 i-i c .Se, rem ) r. "l was united
111 marriii.'e on her ceventeentb birth
div to Sainnel F. Riley. Three children
came of this 1 niiin, ilmuuli they havu all
prtceded hur to the uther worid. Slie ib
Hin viveil by her hu-diatid and an adnpted
ilaunhler, Mih. F. !?. liuike, her parents,
hix sisters aiul three brotheis wbo deeplj
liuiurn her loss. The funeral wm lield
tho 7th. Rev C. B. Wells olllciated
Internient was in Elmwood cemeterj
Those from out f Inwn were Mrs. Leo
KeiHTcoii of Calaco, Mts. H. II. Whitney
ut Noitlifleld, Julm nnd O ive Ken of
RocheRter, Mrs. I )iiise Riley. Mrs. Dnna
Maibb. Mrs. Iliram 1'erry, Mis Marin
Febsenden, W. II. Riley and Mr. and
Mi-. re,.rl Duubam, all iif Hancock,
Mr.au.l Mrs S. F. llubb.nd II A.
Ktotihtnn of R-ichrHt'-r. Mrs. Riley
w.i a uieniln-r of Kinifston Graiiiie
hicb atteuiled thi; funeral in a boilx .
The lloral tnluites wern nunieious and
beaulilul wbifb bore ovidpnce of tbe es
teem in wbieb shu was beld.
CARD OF THANKS.
AVu wisb to tbank thosu wbo in any
way as.-isteil us in the UI'ipbs and death
of our tl jar wife and motber, daubter
S- F. RlU'.Y.
Mlt AND MllS. F. E. BUIIKE.
Mlt AND MllS E. GOODYEAU.
AND BllOTIlEH AXD SlSTEKR.
For any itcln'ng Bkln trouble, piles,
eczema, salt rheum, bives, itch, scald
bead, berpes, scables, Doan's Ointnient
is hibly recoinmended. COcn box at all
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delong returned
Riituiday from New York and Albany.
It has been siiguesteil tbat Mr. Delong
ehould addrebs tbe local Grange on tho
deliberations of thu convention which hu
Mi.i. George B.-rL2r continties about
Mr. and Mrs. L-iwience Dijwitt nre
maKiiig 11 slmrt stay at their place wect
iif the corners. Mr Dewitt hei stopped
work 011 tbe well he has been biukiiig
afti-r puttirn; down a bole 51 feet nnd
striking no water This l.isl ii Ips thiid
01 fourlh uiis-ucceb'.ful atteinpt.
Mi.-b Geitiude I iwell of Middlebury
wrs at liome over Sunday.
Fieil Curiiei. v idely known ns "Cli'
rier, tbe lien man." Iils tolil out bis ei
tiiesi :k. Mr. Ciiuier be 1 bpt cinlix-d
in pioducing a i-igh cbiss table fowl ai il
has Hcquited a considerablu reputation.
Mis Clnra Murrny, tho operalor at ti-e
telepbonu exchange, has not been feeli' g
well for the lest lew tlays.
A therniometer in the villnge mnrked
eighti'en degrees below nt 5 :'.I0 of tbe
moruiiig of tho IOi'i inbt. Tiieie wus a
henvy white frost and llte ntream was
chiicked with auchor ice.
The 10th inet was the liret fully fair
day tbat we hnvc bnd in niany weeks.
Soino ice cutling was being dono on
tbe 11th with uooil juobpects and cluar
and bolul, twelve inches tbick. '
A few tlays ago Charles Jolmdro, of
Rochester, b.tw a ralitii c auit wnnted to
hhoot it, but 111 hnudliug his 21? calibre
lillo not the bullet tbrough bis lefl
fore linger. Ur. White of Middlebury
A bbort tiino ago G. H. t'lark was
coniir. up thu ni untain frum East Mid
dlebury . his lniibe swerveil fiom the
road inid Mr. ClnlL found liuuPelf ill tbe
liicb, 111 (he darkiiebs. unxeil up with
ome n:ill tiees, loiir imltn fiom huine.
witli mi n.le ol lu-, uagmi biokeu
J K. 1 1 .11 s has a eui insily in thebhape
ol a d. ihir I11II on The Caiial K.iek if
Alliii. N Y, nuinl;ei- -H1CH, dnteii
hVln 11. 11 v , 1W3, aiul hlKHi-d ity W. llem-s
l'nini-, preet , and L-tiuuteihigued by JI
Nhotl or Uhott, ciibb. Tho reginteui
name coulil iint be lead. The liill is
laiily well prei-eived.
Mrs. S. U. Gibbs, who has been nuilo
bicl: for eoniu weeks, is on tho gain,
We learn tbat Jlr.i. Amy Farr, wbo
has been decidcdly Hick, is' greatly im-
Alib-n Fisber has returned from War
ren aiul is hnarding at Lovi Goadro's.
To keep bimsclf out of mischief nnd
auiuse biuiself nt the saino time II. O,
Spoorhasbren inaking tt wooden rlock
of the grantlfather patteru tbat keeps
A liejit (lurry of biiow on the 8tli that
added but little to tbat already po.-.sessed.
Tho whole iloes not niake tleighing,
tbougb a few eleds are out.
No Ncctl to Stop Worlc
Wlien tho doctor ordeisyou to stop work
it Btuggera you. I can't, you aay. You
know you are weak, run down and fail
ing in lienltb duy by day, but you must
work as long hb you can stund. Vbat
you need ia Electrio BitteTs to give tone,
Btrength nnd vlgor to your Bystem, to pre
vent brenk down and build you up.
Uon't be weak, slckly or niling wben
Eloctric Bitters will benelit you from the
tlrat dose. TboUsands bless them for
their glorioua lienltb nnd strength. Try
them. Every boltle is guaraiiteed to
aatisfy Only OOo at JoiIN L. Slaftek'S
Purk Drug Store.
PROPOSALS OF AMENDMENT
TO THE CONSTITUTION OF VERMONT
TO BE RATIFIED MAROH
FIRST PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
Relattng to approving, stgning or vttoiiig of bills :
Every bill whicb ahnll have passed tho benate nnd housc of representntivpa'
Bhall, before it becomes a law, be presented to tbe govenor; if be npprove, ho sball
sign it; if not, be Bhall return it, with bia objections in writing, to the liouse, in
which it shnll lmvo originated; which Bhall proceed to reconsider it. If, upon such
recoiiBideration, two thirda of the tneinbcrs present of tho houso Bhall pass tho bill
it Bhall, together with tho objectiotiB, bo eent to the other bouso, by which it Bhall'
likewise, bo reconsidered, and, if npproved by two thiids of tbe membera present of
tbat bouse, it sball become a law.
But, in all such cases, tbe votes of both Ilouses sball be taken by yeaa and
naya, and tho uanies of tho perf-ons voting for or ngninst tho bill sball be entered on
the journal of cach hoube, resprctively. If any bill sball not be returned by the
governor, as nfoiebnid, within flve days, (SundayH excepted) after it Bhall have been
prebented to bim, tbe Bnmo Bhall become n law, in like manner, na if he bnd signed
it; unlesa tbe two Houtes, by their adjotirnmi nt, within three days nfter the pro"
sentment of buch bill, bhall provent itn letuin; iu which case, it sball not become a
SECOND PROI'OSAL OF AMENDMENT
JMnting to biennial scMions aml clcclionn, lerm of oice of gmxrnor, lieitlcnant
governor, treasurrr, secretnnj of state, nutlltor ofaccounts aiul couniij i.iHo -.
Article 21. Sectioua !, 2, 4, 5 and 0
SECTIoN 1. Tbe Gein'ral Asbenibly bhall niei t blenninlly on thp first Wednes"
iln next nfter tbe liisl Monday of Januaiy, btgiuniiig in A. D. 101.").
Sl'.t) 2. The governor, lieiitenant-govpi nor, ti",Miter, M'crelary of state, nudi
tor of nccounts, senntors, town lt piebentatives, asistnnt judgps of tho county
coui t, bheiilfs, high bailifls, stati V fittorneys, judgeh of ptnbatu and justices of the
penre, pball bo elected biennially, on tbe iirst Tuenlay next after the first Monday
of Noveinher, begiiining in A. D. 1911.
Si:c. -1. Th tei m nf oflice of sennlin s aiul tnv 11 n pn "entatives bhall be two
years, coiiinieiicing 011 the first Wednebdny next aftcr the first Monday of January
following their election.
Si:c 5 The tei 111 of olliee of tbe aseibtant judt;es nf ibe rounty court, BbuiifTs,
higb baihlTs, btate's atlorneyH, judj.'es of piobjite nnd ju-tie s of the peace, sball bo
two j eais, and bhall conimence on the llrbt of day Februarv next after their election.
Sl'.C. 0. The peisons who bhall be seveially electtil in 19.'2 to the ollicea nien
tioned in this article bhall hold euch oflices until theterm of their successors elected
the first Tuesday next after tbe first Monday of November, A. D. 191-1, sball begln
aa herein provided.
TI1IRD PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
Jlchitinrj to theprinting ol the journals.
Chapter 2, Section 14
Tho votes and proceedings of tbe General Assembly shnll be printed(whenone.
third of the membeis of eitber houso think it necessary), aa soon bb convenient
after the end of tbe session, with the yeas and nays of the house of representativea
on any question when required by five nietnbers and of tbesenate when required
by one benalor, (except wbere tbe votes sball bo taken by ballot), in which caso
evtry member of eitber houte bhall have it right to ineert thu reasona of bia vote
upon thu niinutes.
FOURTII PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
llclatimj topoicer. ofthe UgMature and governor.
Chapter 2, Section 20
SEC. 20. No person ouiht iu any cabe, or iu any time, to be declared guilty of
tieabon or felony, by tbe legislature, ncr to have his bentence upon conviction for
felony eiiminuti tl, leniitted or mitigatetl by the legislature.
And tbat Section II of Chapter 2 b,aniendtd by onutting the uords "and niur
der" wheiu they ocenr therein.
F1FTI1 PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
Jlelating to thc grant, extenslon, cltnugv r umcntlmcnt ofrharlers.
No chaiter of incorporation bhall be granted, extendetl, cbangetl orainendedby
special law. except for nicb municipal, charitnble, educational, penal or reforma
tory corporations as aro to be und remain uiitler tbe patronage or control of tho
State; but thu General Assembly bhall piovide by general lawa for the organiration
of all corporations hereafter to be crented. All general law s passed pursuant to
this article mny be altered from time to time or rei ealetl.
SIXTH PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
IMuting to the change ofthe tconte "Jialge"1 or jiulgcs'' to "Jusffec"
That whereer the words 'judge" or "jutlges" are used in the constitution of
Vermont r aniendments thereof, to tlebignato a judge or judges of tho hupremo
court, tho words "justice" or "juslice.s" sball be substitutt d therefor, as tbe case
SEVENTII PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
pi'lling riim," n-iton
Jlelating to tte poicer of' the Cn neral Ats mbly to pms liws
Aitii U 82
The General Axsemlily may pass l-iws I'oiupelling e. i)i)en- (tio'i for injuiits re
eeived by oni loyeeb in the i-ourse nt thejr einpluytneiit r- -uliiug in dt aih i 1 l ilily
liurt, fii tbe benelit of biit-h t nip'tn ei b, their in.lu'i- 01 1 -xt of l;in It may
ile-ignatu tho olass or cla.-ses of employers and eni)loyeet 10 w liieh bUeh laws bhall
EIGHTH PROPOSAL OF AMENDMENT
JitlaUmj to the reeision of ChnpUr 2 ol tho Constitutinn
That tho judgea of tbe supreme court bo and aro hereby authorized and tlirect
ed to revise Chapter Two of tho t'oiistitutinn by inooi itttrating into said Cli t. r all
amendnienta of tho Constitution llint aro now or may be then in forco nnd exclud
ing therefiom all bcclions, clauses antl uoids not 111 forco anil rearrangirjg and
leiiumbeiiug tho sections llieieof untler nppropnate titles ns in their judgmeut
may bo niost logical and conve'iient; antl baid revised Chapter two as ceitilied to
tho becretary of btme by .aid judges or a lunjority tbeieof sliall be a part of tho
conbtitutitm of this Btate iu Biibstitutlon for existing Chapter two nnd all aiiieiul
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
I hereby certify tbat tho foregoing proposals of nniendment to the constitution
of tho Stato of Vermont, nre true copies of the proposals of nineiulment to tho con
Btitutiou of said stato ns proposed by a two thirda vote of the Sennte nnd concurred
in by n majority of tho membera of tho Houso of Representntivea nt the sesaion of
general nseembly holden in 1010; that saitl prnposnla of nniendment wero published
in the principal newspnpera of tho Stato; tbat Baid proposals of nniendment were
Bubmitted to tho general assembly of 1013 nnd wero concurred in by n majority of
tho membera of the Sennte and of tho Houso of Reprosentatives, aa appeara from
the filca and records of this oflice.
Witnes8 my hand nnd the aenl of this oflice nt Monpelier, tbis flfth dny of Feb
ruary, one tbousand nino hundred und thirteen.
' SecretaryofS ute.