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VOLUME XXXII. --7--~ - LAURENSt SOUTH1 CAROLINA, WEDNESI.vAY; MARCH 14, 1917.NflE 3
Will Arm Amerlean Mer.
Peling of G(unls on Shjips and Sum
moningi of Extrai Sitting R1t4garded as
Developments lin Arimed Nenitrality
--Expetet li reatk Ililegal Verman
Washlingtonl, A.\1arch 9.-Presidenit
Wilson, from ia sick bed, todaf ordered
tle arming of American merchant
ships agaist (riany's ruthless sub
marine warfare and at the same time
issued a proclamation calling an extra
session of congress to meet April 16.
The president's decislon came sud-,
deily late tils afternoon, following
theaction of the. senate yesterday inl
revising its rui les to perlilt pronpt av
lion on mimportalt I qunest ions .and the
sumillissionl of formal opinions by
Secretary 1L ansing and Attorney Gen
eral (1 regory that lie has the power
to aim iierchanit men withliout action
by congress. 1)etails of the govern
ient's arimed nelt iiutrality plais for d
fending the inerelhant marlno awere
wililiciI to avoi( endangering Aneri
-eanl1s an1(d their shils by permittiig tile
Inl formai. t ion to r((elh (Ierimiany.
The only stteilent. at tihe White
I lottii and tihe navy department was
I hat tle president .had determined
fully to protect Aierican rights.'
The delod.do, (ollllig 1t th1e cnd of
ia period of ten1se waltling, was gen
erally halled as tile natural anld un
avoidable next step lin the polley
ado pted by tie precidelt when lie
broke off (IIplomiatie relations wihli
Germany, and gave warning that the
United States could not tolerate at
tacks on American ships and eltizen
in violation of international law.
Fraught with the grave possiblity
of war with Geriay, the action was
takeii-by President Wilson only after
he was convinced that Germany ac
tually was proceeding with heir caim
pmign of ruthlessness and had made
efforts to plot wit.h Mexico an1(d Japan
against the teritorald integrity of the
I.ong before the order was given
from the Witle Hlouse, all liecessa rv
preparations for file arming of mer
chiantmnihad beenl completed at the
The presidenti's deelsion sent I thrill
through the senate, lieling inl spelial.
session, nrd in government deprimt
ilients. Still hoping that w%-arI wih
Gerimany wIll Ile avoided oti lais (e
(lared that the issue rests entir'ely'
Formal alinouncemlient of te gov
cirnmiient's policy was given inl tile fol
lowing ann nlicemen'lI t issue fiom tle
"Secretary Tumulty stated in -on
11ection wItit the presient's call foi'
an1 extra sessioni of conigress that the
piresideint is conivincedl that lie has the
power' to arim American merchant
ships and lie is free to exercise it at
onlce. But1 so much necessary legislaw
tin is pressing for conaileration that
lie is conv'inced that it is for the best
iiiterests of the country to have an
early session of the Sixty-fifth con
gr'ess, whose support h~e will also need
li all matters collater'al to the dlefense
of our mlerchalnt miniie."
Trho proclamation calling the extra
Th'le jpresident's prioclamiationb calling
tile extra session of congrecss follows:
"Whereas public1 interests require
that the congress of thp United States
sholyd 1be convened in 'extra session at
1-2 6'clock, noon, oii the 1i6th (lay of
Apriil,. 1911, to receive such communi
catioiis as may bo made by tihe exeeui
"Now, therefore, I, Wood row Wil
son, president of the Unitedi Slates of
Amieriea, do hereby prioclaimi and( d10
elare that an extraordinary oc(aslin
reqiuirles the congress of the Ulnitedl
States to convene inl extra session at
the capitol in the city of Washington,
on the 15th day of April, 1917, at 12
o'cloc15, nioon, of which alt persons
\vho shall at that time he entitled to
act as members thereof are hereby
requiiestedl to take notIce.
"Givenl'4nder my hand andl the seal
of the Uhjed 6tates of America the
9th dag4 Mar'b -In the year of our
. Lord Oge ~otisand 1111e hundred and
seventon ~d of the Independence 'of
thke UntiWtaten the 141st."
)OM OF THE SEAS
COUTI' IN SESSION.
Case of John Jones, Ciarged with thle
31urder of Ben stepiens it. Cross
Hill to lie Heard Thursday.
The cottrt'of general sessions con
vened Alonday iorning with J'ttdge
Jaieo E. Pticrifoy, or valterboro, pre
siding and all other inembers of the
Court i. i their proper places. She'ity
Reid was performilllg his dutties in
cOltt foi' thle lst-time since taking
the oathi of ofice.
Jltdge l'uerifov derivered at very
forceftti charge to the newly formed
gr-and Jury ditr1ing the morning hlour.
tie dwelt at lentgti on tile sithject of
law enfoiceien t, good roads, good
s;Iools and tile general welfare of the
The rotltowing Cases have been dis
po.esed of so far:
The case of .ohn .Jones, etharged
'with thle mu11rder of Bll Stephens at
'Cross Hill ist. fall, has bween set for
Thur:day morning. A large crowd Is
expected to hecar' tie testiloony inl iis
case. 'T'hi is milorintog .James .\loran will
face the court oil the cliarge of iirg
lary and house breatkitig an1d laeny.
It. will be rell em bered that Atoran was
a rrested tie monling following tile
tragedy at L-anford Station when O-s
ar* Lainford was killed and tils father
Colenan Carlisle plead gitily to as
sanit, and battery of at high and ag
gravated nlature. lie Was givent a
two-year. seietee. Carlisle, It will be
retmemlibered, nmtde ainl attack onl Mr. E.
T., Woodruff ne ar E'noree Itst fall ami
wNas capture by a posse several weeks
.ohit t)avis plead gutilty to houise
breaking and lareeny and was givil a
m( yeat' sentelce.
Itattle Evants was convicted of vto
latiolt of the prohibition law. Sh1e
hasn't been soltelced.
t'd Wade andI Wess McGowan were
tried yesterday for murder. The
forimner was found guilty of man
slaughter and the latter 'of carr-ying
It. I. I orton lcad gnlity to aban
dolling his family and was givent a sen
tence of six tooths, which will he suts
pentded dtring good 'hehavior on a
Roy Vauiglhn plead guilly to house
Ire(aking and lareieny, the crile being
committed at ('linton. I Iw Nvas Fen
tenced to one year and to pay a file
of $1.00. Six imontis of the time will
be suspent'etd on good behavior.
Will T. liatt plead guilty to vlon
t.1n of the prohibition law and was
given a two year sentence with twer
tv-two o1011ths of it sispenuded dur1ling
DISTRI("T .1I'TINC H111ltE.
Christlan111t Eidelors of Four Countoiles
to 141d Sessions Here.
I'pont tte Invitation of the locat
chp iter' of ChristIan t~ndeavor'ers, a
disatrict conventtont or 'Chrtstian Ent
deatvo' wvorkers wtll be held her'e on1
Aprl't 20th. Delegateos wIlt be pre'sent.
fr'om Green wod, Abibevill e, Newt'be't'y
and1 Inutrenr countIes.
TPhe comittee in fitarge of the COnl
ventlin has setcre sever'al wldely
known speakers to miake adldresses
dlut inlg the conlventlon andt the putbl Ic
'wilt tie ltnvited to hear' thent. Among
'the spea kei's wvjlt be Ctcirence 10. Ham
itton, of Boston, Alass., and Bert E.
Corcor'an, of Chtarteston.
N A3IES 000D) ROADS) C0313iISSION
Delegat ion Antnonntueed Yesterday ho
Woiuld be0 (4)tttteimende lin Case
13011d Issue Carries.
An informat meeting of the mem
ber1s of tlhe legislative delegation wa~s
held yesterdoay when it was decided to
annotunce the names of the men who
hadt been deeldedt utpon for' roadl com
missioners in case the election carries
on thle 27th. Mir. Iyyrd was not pr'es
ent at the meeting, butt gatve ithe niame
of his noinee over thte telep~hone. UTe
names of the men andt by whom they
wilt he recommended are given, as
Henry Sims, of Waterloo, by Sen.
W. R. Putnam, 'iats township, biy
W. R. Richey, Jr.;
Rev. I. N. Kennedy, Ora, by WV. fl.
Oeo. M. Wright, Gold~villto, by D. L.
A'e have beent inl (otlilties
kor roal imiprovementl anid ajf
Itd to) idt a voiter thit is.;
f"r road improvo nent. The
that have beenl fompleted ham
.Ik winiter 11ndal.( renov inl
anible I the ordlnary lomi with1
'We a'e hlem-tily inl favor
Favoirs Bold Issue.
lEditor The Advertiser:
1Nvery hoime In the land faces on a1
readl' of some sort. Every road in the
land connects with sonie other road.
It Is therefore, hard to inagitie a sub
Ject of imiore universal intereit and
concern than the subjeet of raIds
good and bad.,
We ,;eak (;f "the pliblie road he
cause all higlways belong erpially to
tle rich iian, the Ioderately well-to
do and tile poor man. To hulid them
and keeln 1 h ip it Is propor antd
righ tha the expene should O I
div'dd ' acordin to what a nan has.
Those who ownl most; Sihmld pay mlost
and th(e " who own little s4hoild bw
ask0ed for littl .
I don't I, any more joy 011t of pay
Ing taxes than anybody else, itt taxes
are necessary and at; long as I live
1 know I will have themi to pay for
ono purpotse or anotler. Therefore I
ai1 int(erested In seeing tax money
wisely speni for the best a(. most
uisefal piirposes. When satislled that
a i Investilent tIs- a good one and a
n(Cessary onp all business ine miiake
It. If tie company has tho imtoney
ihey pay ash--if thep havon't the
money, they borrow it ascheap as they
cann1 get it, effect the imiproveinents and
doive the hnellits. I expecet to vote
for the road bond issue heeause,
1. No ease Is on record tnywvhere
of any conmunity that ha ever re
,re Ited the montey spient to - seenitr
good roads. What everyl'ody is slats
tied with after they gt it imist he a
good thing. The wise' man Is one who
"'rightly diseas the ~tmes" that is.
keeps potA d on what other folks are
doing, why they do it and stodies the
laws of c.uqes and effect.
I 1. Itilding good roads by means
a'f a bond isstue has been proven the
h('1capet, the fairest and the best 1,lan 1
yet devised for secui'Ing tiem. A
three-tnmIll tax means thirty cents on
every hundred dollars of returns. If
you return live huni ldred dollars You
pay one dollar and a half and so oil.
The cointy canl borrow ioney leaper
than an inilvidutal (can because tihe
col lateral hacking iupI the loan Is less
liIkely to decrease in value or be wviped~
out. After the bonds are sold we get
the use and beniefits of good roads
while paying fotr them. Some people
refuse to believe a nything unttil they
have an object lessoni. Tlhe gimouint
piroposedI Is large e'nouigh to startt withI.
Tt will not pitt eferiy matn directly on
an imprlovedI road but it wvill hut every
one much ntearer' to au good one than ihe
is today. Anything worth while costs
mtotney. To expoet simethting for itoth
ing getnerally end~s in get ting nothing
III. The present jilant of roadI taxes
will never give its -goodi roadis. We
tipendl tir ty thouisand dollars iier year
in Laurenis couty3 01n rogdIs andi brIdg
es. You and I hay it. What have wve
to show for It? The answver Is no re
flection otn our county board. We are
asking of them ani impiossibility'. We
'expect .theim to keep up a straeucte
that has never had a foundation placed
uinder it. It costs all wei give tem
to keep thle thinug pr'oppied oy from
year to year. A farmer' who appilies
a hatfuil of guano pier acre shiouldi not
blame the fort Ilizer' if lie fails to tmake
a goodl erop.- We will have to change
our present pian or continue to waste
mnorny. DurIng the niext 10I years you
and I wi'll pay -In three I Iundhred
Thousand Dollars of road taxes. What
will we have?
Every man who travels a had road
is already paying a heavier, Indirect
tax in wean' ndr tnna. on wnektek
r Bond Issue
'1ourt, S. C., March 12, 1917.
w lere bonds have beell ItsedI
er 'roadis arle vollipjlletd it is
I-?ainst ho::4lin.v th~e, county
Pois ill 06 )ev I ve voliv
re stond till- lil , rails of,
I() I . II.
oiwdhall iteFor 1111-g
(011 Tile lou 1 l 1 )111 iiid lf. l
lI \\'. \ E l.W'V., . It
W . 1. . v C le '.l
.j. A. (TURRY,
and vehivles thl the Cost to h11i of
inprovinl g it. e ause he pays it tili
der Owh label of 1nulle bils and harnlaess
h'ills 011 repair, bills rathler thanl asU
a tax bill he dloes not recognize It.
It's thevre ,iust 11hv saine. A row years
ago a farmer Iin Sullivan County. Tejnn
had to haul11 barbed wirec from Hristol
to JMingsport, a distance of 2:1mls
W1ith( a two-hor-se team. as tie road-,;
thlen were,. the bigge-tst load be could
pull was five h1unodred 1 ot I hes andu0
threev days were,- regit'refA for a routid
trip. To hatil oneo lon re:1 ir.d Itwelvae
dy. (lThrt ali a day for a 11:1in
andd two-horse teai is a Fail price
Teu coads tIhn was $:"I; per tn. ThI i1
was before Sal111vanc eut1n5tyi lidi v
balnds, forl road fimlprovernient. o W
(the, t~osi ;,; Improved and14 the tant
t n11i11 h .lolI n a a 1 load and mlkakes
ooe rnIlw tr: 1111HeIvve ry t wo da y.r. (C%)stf
6.010 P (rtonl. Ill lxo coulny. Virginia
b.,fore a certainl ralwas improved
a, yood load for ;I t wo-horse team
whenl road., were inl toho bst t1k, wa.
2,-o1 pounds. Since thato road has
beent regra ded and Improvedl 11hose
SPAin 1)e1011e hau11 :10 sackis of gianlo
(200 pouinds each) at a tile with the
sami (o miles and it's easier oi l ile
I'tlles. In normal times l allrens
enunlty produces forty thoulsand bales
of cottoll 111d for (very hale about on1e(
11houlsand f pollds of seed. BIoth are
first hauled to i gin and Ihenl to a1
shipping point. Ihe average 11auil of
cottoll frolli Ile field to the poilit of
i~pmien t in 81th ?arnolina is, .say tei
1111ls. The alverage 0oi would 11111
about sevelty-five Cents 1)(' hale and
three dollars per ton for seed. So
that L.alurens colly pays ollt nilley
thotusal dollars for marketin: an a%
erage colln crop. If 1m11a lemill roads
made it lmos.ble to )1iml twic.e as 1111ch
at a timt1e won't torty-flive thouand1111
dollars per yj.1r he saved? Who will
It bellt? Whatever holps tie whole
is obliged to he l fec 1 li going to
make ill) the whole.
V. When the boll-weevil comes we
will have to raise Soeithiing else than
Cotton. The success or failuirev of (if
verlsified farminlllg dependlits upon01 noth
in~g 5o much01 as5 upon0 nearness05 to mlar
kets and1( shIpping 1101nts. No 0110 cause5
rendoers such1 farmIng unprIolita bie like
had r'oads. Prlishla ble cro' muI lllst be
motor01 truck hasi consed( to be0 a novelty
0or tin exteiv~ie luIxury'. To tan ever'
Iicreasig extent It Is beoComning a
farmIin ig niecessity. Unr1i0 thle pr'oIos.
ed1 bond( 1issue tile owner~ of 0110 will
lpay 111s tirty cents per1 hundr'ed. on
its assessed0( vluel~ [and( In aldditionl he
w.ill 111ay twently-five cenits 1)er hiorse
pIower to hlp make11( goodl loads for the
man11 whvlo haisn't 0one. If 910 aultomiobile
farmer gets mole bene1fits lie likewise
11ay3s mor0e tax. Thiat's democr01atic
that's Cequit-that's jus.'tice to all,
speelal privIleges to non11.
VI. The bond1( 11oney3 wIll be wisely
51pent1 'to (d0 the g realtest amoun1t1 of
good to tile gr'eatest umberll0: I have
n10 1idea -who'1( the foulr commliislonor~,
will be, I have faith enloughlI in'.'
fel lowman to believe thatP alny foulr
hone1st, inltelligent, (caplable 1men1 se
!ce ted by thec delegato fr01 m a1dll1 palris
of the county to a1s- Pt 01ur supeiVsor
anld prteent .ComislsIonlers in1 using
the mhoneoy wivll not11 throw.' te pe0ople's
mloneOy awaVy. Tfhree hunldredi dollar1s
each or twvelve hundred0l 10111' dolar ill
is not. too much01 to lay such1 1men1 fol'
the0ir time tind juidgmlent. I have al
ways' sitood for lprogre'st and1( 1impro've
menclt In phiysilcal and social condiltionls
andI eixpeCt to contfiue o that latformtf
whethier inl a min~ority or w'.ith the
ma11Jorlt)i donn not- altc- 1m13 jlldgfms
TO HOLD GOOD
Gathering to be Held at Pr
Which an Inspection will
AM the request of etlizens of Gray
Court and other localities, ir. W. L.
Gray, presiden1 t of ile loCal chainlber
of c)merce, yesterday announced
that a meeling wouild he held at
Princeton next Tuesday for the pur
pose Wf-heainl"o avlresses on -ilthe good
roads sub lec and to make an in:lop'e
tion of the Greenvill coninty road..
lThe i2eetin,, is to be held at 10::10
o'clock in the morning and all those
.ho a inferedeud a:'e invited to a
RElV. .it. ChLiMhIeS FU'NE-:L,.
lody of' Aved Minister' I~hl to 0i'sI
Fun eral services for the late lzer. \V.
.\. CIarke, whose deallh occurred \\ed.
Inesday at his lionie on Mast .\ain
street, were hlvid h'lu 1 rsday afternoon
frot the irsi .Melhodist Church, thi
interment following at the Laurenls
(eiietvry. Th4e runleral exercise.- werv
<.ondlucted b~y l'a.tor \\. A\. Fairy, as
sisted by the other ministers iol the
city. All. ('I: l :, h, d hI ee eritially
ill1 foer se((ver a-' t I.ays. suliering from111
a ..enoral vollap:.0, dueo to inlfirmldiie
of advanCed age.
Tll deceased 2 :I llai'l4 . a W4:1e r .
Ii Al 1 di, .( f. rence .ilne . 'l -
ii1ary :,- l i, i:Vi0 :, oeenz t,:.( ;u
the i(;iCn of I le cotn 1 1011 at
\\'d~e o r , 4' tN. C., \\ lit )a ( 1 <t lge .
embrace.d. i;.' of .r ib 'of lia .11
w 1a aisn of ..il ry 1e74 P'lly Ctrise
and was born4 .\32i:12', angl w::
theref'ore in thlt !11th1 year of hli.. age.
aI was prepared I(( (efor the minsry in
der the direecrion iadil influence of1 110 ,
h!t-ve l 1- . iL. .oi Norti lie 1 -
NlIa. In :hwo Connary
SEt of2 t e .12ledist mini ters tif
S1ouh11 11aroli nl it i r. Clarded that i.\r.
Chire .ioined thie church in 'Nil; and4
had \the "unitI'le di inction of being
a ch.4s leader before bin '( reclced1
into tle church, truly an evidenll of
vonfliden1co Ill his ability mnd piety."
Atr. '1ing received into tihe confer
ele. he .111tendd every ana seSion
unlltil failing hevalth a few year., ago
otnde hiI s 1i1mp2. I ible. In all he' t -(I*%
('d t wenity-three chargeCs. In 1891 he
was placed oi the superannated rela
ilon. te ma ldayr r i. ll22111is first
wif w ai Ali(' Catherine (X(haIrni(. She
died in 1IMT , while .\tr. Clark wvas Io
2a1 ed oil lthe tumblein ls ircut.
111b (i lmt. l Five children of this tin
I;f .\ hevill; . N\t V W J. Sm1 ith, Of Di -
lon ; \r. \lh. . g of .Ala ion
.\ans.Kae 1I. Poole, of Greenvile and
.1. Aulil (a osti , Trenon, as oft.
i\r. CLake's Seond Marriaghe w t.
Als. .Tne ioC. odd of this city, ov
toier 1. 1 9. e has sine1 thhat1 tiime
res;ided in Laurens.
During th activii days of' fo hi inis.
try which dxtended over a perliod of
nearly 0ifty years, hie was a successful
worer and a preacher of power and
anyflIfne. flowhany toalet fried
whln thaeommunityp an trghot te
Itt, will be painedih to mohearir ion
this assing. hcusIarIfwa
Fivio ae Iak inegeiie. ro)
of\hessroa ahou 'I'ie 112wa,lis 1.1N.
FrankCis, J.t Pooel, .\f land rwil get
of.ligthan Catsccn-tue a lshs oodv
fortunh on thle .\tr.lan's ot~ dere
is Laureen ogh todyght. ' o
.r. easl frightne whyef th ofty rev-ci
o1 heathed her lat week (ando
want105 to do waurtn thenty, myon
tht' the erel mud-hile ntor Thik
it v ave o ep u gtri f.t
Swil conribut 1mor in proprtin.
inceton Next Tuesday After
be Made of Greenville Coun
Mr. Gray asks that owniers of auto-.
mlobiles and other vehicles linvlite aih
(er*s to aWCcom1pany themn to I'il(tol
so as to i ve 11 11 ull a m ite 1ting , pos..
ibIv. It is exptIed that car's wiii bo,
Idriveni rild all .-(t(.toio s Of the couit.y.
After the ilueelin , at which sevv ra I
proiinent speakers- will makte ad
iiireses. a trip will le nmade over 1th0
Greenville couinty roads *-o that first.
hlind intormation iay ;e had or thenm.
A.VOR TIlE BOND INI'E.
'/hre Well iiown Ciiizelis of Iho
Western P i of ile Collity Let
'Their Views le known.
The q'iestion of the hond election
has1 been reei '; in. lively attentionl
duint11': the past few. days. Pevop~v inl
all sectiols allpeart to be 1inintin!fg iin
Iforiaion ll he suhlect and others
have alrea;dy formled V;;inionls onl it.
he .\dvetise r ;i:s rvi r ed tlie rol
;owIng_ ex pres:it Ils froin thre-e wonl
k chii i i ts .' the 'egiern p.,It ogi
1111,c' r e nty:,
ie z th o ::oo
th:i "ondl roab- ui:1 do illo, ex--!Y I
inh a' ir: : ! I An : A to
vote for andil do over.Y i en to
t' ty I t ' nt . iii n tt '1)1 h i
" M\ ill. " . b e i . "
vae i I)(I1n
is; to voo on .\t I cn 2711, on) ?I,,, .
lionl of, whether. or io! '! bkdm,.! of
OnM0.un 'llho pum a for era
n .troad0 1wpe m nt m h:orli
1I .I favor ofintr :ng n !,al
vote and 11\ : In tiso ert
lectiion inl favor of tC ie ne.
"W. .l . A \ere om I re.
"Gra y Court, 1'. P. I). Illickory
al t fani ien miles front
"lurenls Court How vos. I do not1 'know
whetherl the0 roads arecmigb y
house or not. I know ti,-. howel
that it makes no differce wher the
road I will -o, tIi falal!ers of 0our
'olily will o h eIefitted a11 least
Iihtcpr cent0 I y goedI rads anld for
tihici- I i ?.e nd to votv for alnd
do seeryi-!hig I - (n ?o trr.y i lle m eon
tioln il favo101'the o ofr.ho(.
"Gray Counrt IZ. W. t ). i:ckor- y
Nine'd en IMi ..n. OwC nission,
Rv.. 1I. A~I.\li) Ir-. namedof .\is.%
Wil Lo unv, o thi, h was ather
of Ihe -,oluih Cao ina icracy( Com
nmiston. .\'i Gr( is an in hiNt
York takn po raduat o rewryk.
Sheriff PHeid return'ed fromal Charl1otte
where ho had on a in t xpec t: sion
Snf nhaeri To. Yonng, M.cpe wion
hoien wane frdyei the e6othr Go.
MarcYunt.7:Cn1arriva. i'harle w tlhe
iheift found .ha ntheP.us.ectewasenot
negro.Arthu G hi. wanedin thi.
('ouneon liare of Ioreryti.e.
The freularIonvohtion ha f e is in-.
tSen hper No.ti i. R. A\l.,e wil' the
holden3 an h FriidayIl ev'ning, the 1th ofili
Alarc t ek 0 P. i .\lth OThere' wi bo
. ha ne In iIslga li Dearldtme
TheU~ frtition whic hst exted be-.
fiena rute healha dearment of the
ato ofe then health Otier inkson
handed't I. inin reiatin andec Piea..
maren IIlakelviy faised tdo Mer
for Fns.The te nofitil he lit licir. Th.
f inal ruotr allte lossssut of heila
actionl of the IhealthI ofinjcrt'in n
denin o ucerdb \r o
GreenIce, who faile to uthl. A
Orvn fcou allfh losseOs i'uta ined as
turo puzzle had to be le ft out thinIt
weekt. Next week the ninth a1 laat
one will be lprintedl and the .iudges an
nlounced. 'Chlidren! Watch for It next