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The Dying Day
rflndi many a vrcaty woman's work undone -many
a task but just begun. This need not be. When
work crowds the day, shorten the work- don t
leujrthcn the day.
..;i fn rtlnotiino' TfppTif?
time keeps you young.
everywhere Made ouiy oy
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
u i i. rku.s... NtwYsrk.
Daito Capital Journal
&? MOHTCK BKiiTHBRS
SATURDAY, JL'NB 20, 1800.
OlIJ For VlMJl'ieiWrrit.
noflAKKET A. IIOHAIJT,
J(Ji of tfewjerify.
Elector for Oregon,
B'-WI T. OEEK. Mlon County.
,nftM. VOKAN, Lane Gounty.
i:. I SMITH, Wmco County.
Jo" THE JSSt'R.
Thtomnoncy question Is tho vital
Ifwudilm tills campaign. It lias been
made so by tho money power on tlio
one band and by tile stringency of tbo
tlmcyji tlio other. Undor the Clove-
lumLjlinlnlBtrntlon the allied money
Intorstts of tlio country found an
oppoWinilty to dictate terms to. tho
government, forced It to stop colnago
of fjfft to discredit It own currency
and As Ibsuq lwnds In time of penco to
dcfrtftpfciirrc'nt expenses and maintain
The. bankers liavo dictated terms to
tlio administration, hnndled Its Joans
with gold from Its own treasury or Its
owifMfnt,und Imvo tilay under the
gold Htandard virtually got tho United
titattMrvasurynt their mercy. And
wliattwtt tho tender mercies of llcldcl
baclj;Tcdchclmof it Co. toward Undo
SninV!"'i,hcy nro drawing tho gold out
of lijflensury day by day, and tho
onlyjjcjapc tlioy Bay Is to withdraw
tho rfKMtibjcIca and paper money from
clrcfllNCron, or you must go on borrow
lug (S$f ad Infinitum,
Wo have dcmonotUcd hllvori now
wo demand tho wlthdrawl of tho
credit money of tho "United Slates or
wo sAWl uso It to dniw all tlio gold out
of tj'jjjjjtrensury. That Is tholr ultl
matuwj.j. Tho national bunkers cry
Amlti ithls, knowing that tho people
camuJb"rlu business without u largo
voluiuo of paper money, and declare
wo nro tho only boys who can supply
this ijawjjr wohoy and keep It good as
gold OfMtoml basis, That Is tho Issue
In tlrW campaign. It is tho only Issue.
Tho nuajicy power has made It tho
Issuo. Iekloholtncr, Ilcldolbaeh SsCo.
Imvojuiiycd wltti tho national nssocU
ntton of bankers to force tho money
Imuoj .,tbl campaign. They liavo
said Mmlll know no party,
Flrjlflioy enld, let us got control
of thJuiRepubllcuu party mid platform,
Tin J$$Wrntlo party will divide and
tho otifi will bo scattered like a
flock "o'Tcop without a master and
wa wjlbtlllo tho nation by tho grace
of God Jwcl gold bonds. Foreign cap
Hal wjjjjtfow In a ml railroad btocks
will ifcwmj Immlgnitlon will llnw In.
tlie fi$Mes will run and the uilllcn.
hIuiu will reign financially.
Th$;ipiiQ bright dream of tho
mmI Wtrvtw DeWllly.
S'rjiVnf u. or B)Jr kail
toil, KnVct. of Crruni
ir KxoatM.' in, um or
14 Limtw anil
rVor Up of
aLssiassMaT KtFT?iUf(! y
f mr. ItEBffHMBBH
vonr work a dav ahead of
Cleans everything. Sold
Bolton. Philadelphia. 8in FrandKo.
comblnntlon that has -eswijcd to run
the country. With corrupt primaries
In tho big cities and corrupt men In
charge or the party machinery and
unlimited 'railroad passes n political
party Ik-coiiics an easy prey to the
What will the people do? The
government cannot gut revenues, the
Industries cannot ilnurMi without a
reasonalile'degrec of protection. Will
the jwople accept MoKlnlcy on a gold
standard' They will If nothing bet
ter offers. If a good candidate is put
up who represents ' protect Ion and
bimetallism, look out.
FOREIGN IMM1011ATI ON.
"For the protection of the quality
of our American clli.cushli and tho
wages or our worklngiiicn agalut tho
fatal competition of low-priced labor,
wo demand that tho Immigration
laws bo thoroughly enforced and so
extended ns to exclude from entrance
to tho United States those who can
neither read nor write."
The above Js the national Republi
can platform on tho question or
forclgu Immlgnitlon. The failure of
congress Just adjourned, to pass the
Stone bill to prohibit dangerous nnd
pauper classes of foreign Immigration
should have drawn from thu conven
tion, a moro spccllio declaration on
To merely prohibit tho Immigrant
who cannot read or write, Is neither
adequate nor Just. Ho may rend or
wilto his own language. Every Ital
ian, Chinaman or Jap can do that.
Tho question should have met with a
broador nnd fuller treatment at tho
hands of tho convention. Tho fact
that nearly onc-thlrd of tho popula
tion of tho United States came from
Europe, should have warned tho con
vention to treat tho subject moro
No total exclusion of foreign Immi
gration Is possible In this day and ago
of civilization. Mechanics, artists,
professional men, those with capital
enough to begin un Industry or buy n
farm, persons who Intend to scttlo
hero with their families, and become
self-supporting factors of the continu
ity and American citizens, cannot bo
excluded without hindering thu de
velopment of tho country. The abovo
plank Is a partial recognition of thu
Importance of the subject, but It is
not u remedy that Is adequate or
founded on any sound principle of
protection to our country against
dangerous and pauperised elements,
that can never become desirable
Oregon Republicans are repre
bontcdou the national committee by
a Now York man, Instead of Joo Si
mon, who gave tho New Yorker his
proxy. Pity ho could not tlnd an
honest Republican In Oregon to per
form tho duties. Ah usual, bouudeu
to the Kustcru money ring, Wood
ThU Is ery unjust, Mr. Simon
sent his proxy to Oocar Mayer, tt
brother-in-law of Hon. Solomon
Itlrseh, chairman of tho Stuto llcpub-
llean committee of Oregon. Onfgo-
If Joo Simon could have entrusted
ils proxy to an honest Republican at
St. Louis It would" liavo leeu mora
courteous to the peoplo of this state.
Mr. Mayer, Qf New York, could not
represent tlio Republicans of Oregon,
but probably reprteented thm fully
h well us tho eight delegates "who
put Oregon )n tlio gold sjiatiiliird.
'bimMjc :- onion,
Multnomah County Moving
A Call for a Convention In Marion
County, June' 261
MoMinViUlK June' 'SO. fSpcdlrfl
to Tins Jouiinal). The following
letter Is an answer to one received
from Mr. Mllner, stating that "the
Multnomah Ulinctitlllc League con
templates calling a mnw convention
to elect delegates to the state conven
tion at McMlnuville," ami asking to
know the purposes nnd intentions of
the convention. The letter answers
many questions received dally.
McMiNNvn,LK,Or., June 18, '00.
John T. Mllner, Portland, Oregon.
Dkak sin. Replying to yours of
yesterday, I enclose a copy of the call
1 for state convcjitlon. The object Is
'iw stated by you "to unite the silver
fences for the presidential campaign.
and to elect delegates to the St. Louis
We understand Col. Drake, under
the authority or the American Silver
Organization, has named delegates to
the convention. We are advised that
some of those named cannot attend
1 1 presume that It will Iw the policy or
tho convention to conlhm his selec
tions, where Uiomj selected can attend
and elect others In place of those who
cannot. In any event. It will strengthen
tho delegates from our state by leav
ing them to say that the state Is w Ith
Wo have letters, encournglng us In
this work, from such men as Sibley,
Teller, Miami and others. Conven
tions are called In n number of coun
ties in the state, and we hope for a
full expression from all, so we can
hayo an understanding as to how we
shall unite all tho silver men.
rj Further, wo presume nil the work
necessary for a complete party organ
ization will have to bo done at this
convention, and thou fully armed, wo
will bo ready ror tho fray.
Yours for silver and victory,
W. V. Sl'KNCUK,
IN LINCOLN COUNTY.
Elk City, Lincoln Co. Juno 20. A
Bimetallic Union was organized at
this place Monday night with 25
members' L. W. Doyoo was elected
chairman, Ed Allen, secretary. A
call will bo made In order at the next
meeting for a mass county convention
on tho 20th, to elect live delegates to
the stuto convention, at McMlnuville,
July 0, 1800. All who favor tho causo
nro Invited to attend, regardless of
Lincoln County Leader: Tho or
ganizing of bimetallic leagues has
Abrilllint complexlou U a beauty In It
elf. It please the eyes of thoughtless
people and the rulnds of thinking people.
They know that a really cood complexion
is n slen of health, and created by Nature.
There are different way of imltatlntra Qu
complexion : cosmetlcit, which deceive no
body, but tula the skin and make the user
look allly sad prematurely old , stimulants
which only give a temporary flush : dancer,
ous drugs which drive pimply disorders
from the face back into the blood. All
these "counterfeit" complexions are un
aafe and easily detected, Uut the genuine,
unmistakeable, much -admired color and
clearness of health can only be obtained
by clearing all bilious matters and humor
out of the blood.
The first step towards creating a good
complexion by Nature's own method is to
get the blood clear, nnd the circulation free
and active. There ia no complexion so sal.
low, muddy or pimply but it will be cleared
and brightened by Dr. l'leice's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is the best natural
complexion-maker on earth. It sends the
fresh glow of real health to the cheeks by
thoroughly clearing all bilious and eruptive
humor out of the blood. It strengthen
the digestion and regulate the bowel in
a mild, uatural way. It gives brighter color
to the blood, and not only beautifies the
complexion but makes the eyes brighter
and the breath sweeter.
If the bowels be very much constipated,
it will be advisable to take smtll doses of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant l'cllets, conjointly
with the use of the "Golden Medical Dis
covery." One or two each day just suf
ficient to sret their laxative and alterative.
9 blood cleaaalng, effect will be sufficient i;
-1 it ? v m " (t 1
5is if av ftNi i
You may have "money to
bum," but even so, you needn't
H throw it away
W get almost twice
m Ax." as you do of
m for the same monev d
The Willamette Hotel.
L,nCADNti43HOTEL OF THE CITY
Kc(!ucea rales. Managcmcnl luieral.
inn points oi intcrcx, special nties uiii oe
K C. Hansen, Manager.
'Jnlyixil iore u t. SaiUUetton aauantiel. till i lick of Slate Initirnnce block
LAWN MOWEItS. .
HAV RAKES. GRAY
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
GARDEN HOSE, Cnat-CAT -it IHCYCLES.
LAWN SPRINKLERS. oALCM, OR. SUNDRIES.
begun In this county nnd It Is very
probable that tho organizations will
multiply rapidly here. It Is non-par-tlbnn
In character, and all who desire
to help to restore silver to its position
along with gold as one of tho money
metals of our country, can atllllato
with this movement.
MARION COUNTV CALL.
In compliance with tho call Issued
for a state convention 'of the Union
Ulmetalllc party, at MoMlnnvlllc,
Thursday, July l), 1890, at 11 o'clock a.
in. the undersigned hereby unite In a
call for a mass convention of bimetal
lists or Marlon county, to bo held at
Salem, Friday, Juno 20, 18D0, at 11
o'clock a. m, ror tho purpose or choos
ing 21 delegates to said convention,
and forming a permanent organiza
tion In this county, "Wo therefore
earnestly call upon all men who favor
the Use or gold and silver ns standard
money, and are oppoaeit to tho slnglo
gold standard, and favor tho free and
unlimited colnaco or both gold and
silver, to loin in a united effort In
convention and at the ballot box
until this Is accomplished.
E.P. Morcom.lchalrman Lincoln HI
metallic club, "Woodburn.
It. P. llolse, Saloni.
Salmon Drown, Salem,
It, II. Lcabo, Salem.
1). O, Sherman, Salem.
J. D. Dlmlck, Hubbard.
V. Marsh, Salem,
Amos Strong, Salem.
J. It. Fairbanks Salem.
Clias, 11, Durggr.tr, Salem,
L. K. Pratt, Salem.
I), i Howard, SaliMin
Uuy M. Iiwei, Salem.
A. F. McAtee, Salem.
J.N. Hyan, Salem.
0. W Kills, Salem.
J.O. Dozorth, Salem.
O. S. Downing, Salem,
W. S. Molt. Salem.
T. L. Davidson, nnd many others.
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel
low, nor burn the hands,
For 10 cents you
as much " Battle
other high grades
Electric can leave ho.el lor all public buildings
given to permanent patroni,
A. I. WAGNER
and AXLE GREASE
Those going east should call on or
address the Union Pacific City Ticket
onice, m Third Street, Portland, for
rates to the following meetings:
Democratic National Convention,
iiiicuKu, in., .uuy tin,
Ponnln'R P.irfv iffVinvnntlnn nnl
American Silver Convention, St. Lou-
iuuM tiuiy zzmu
fCntlminl Pnnvntitlnri Vnnnn !
-...,.w... VVMI,MVIUII A Wllll A WIT
plc,s Society of Christian Endeavor
Washington D. C. July 7th to I3th.
rtn 4 t ik ti it 1 13 j 1 . f ....-- 1 a i j s
iiiinuuiu j-Auiciiiiuiiai association
meeting, DulTnlo, N. Y.July 3rd to
Encampment Grand Army of tho
Denubllo, St. Paul, Minn., September
Tl. W. ItAVPvn
11 3tf General Agent.
Call for Warrants.
County Treasure's l
Office, Marion County, f
Notlco Is hereby glyen that I have
funds on Imml tn ihv nil nmm to
sued, up to Aug. l, 1805, and Interest
uii mo Kiuiu win stop irom date of
this notice. jAp Minto,
,. . , , County Treasurer.
Hated June 11, 1890. 0 8d w
MSn Jkv-e &11Kirlcer. BCtb ror tho
O. II. & N. and Union Pacllic railways
regarding special round trip rates to
the Republican national convention
at St. Lpuls, tho Democratic national
convention nt. Phiin.,n i.,..io v.: J..:
convention at St. Louis, national con-
n n v Vi . v " a wnshlngton,
I). C, Rational educational Associa
tion at Dullalo, jf. Y and G.Tll
national encampment at St. Paul
M,nn 0:8tdHl&w '
U'nnti.,1 llll.l.i... .. .
-- .., ........ .. vviiu miicuc. juii
TllnK'u innni M...1.I. .i...
ir .r,n nu'"v". k ?"yw y
n..I.Vi rr ' " -ium near, "lloo
fake" sain contain nn fr.H..ii .
will not Injure tho tlnest lace. Trv it
Children Cry for
PRnPOQAl's FOR SUPPLIES.
The Hoard of Trustees of the Oro
..,.., vinti. TtiRiinn Asvlutn Invites
c,ot..l nrnnosnls for flimlslllntT at tho
"-""-" i"-""- - " . . .
Asylum, near Salem, Oregon, iho fol
800 yds. Amoskaeg blue dcmlns, 0
cr. noner samnlc- ..
- .T . K ,, , , . .!
GO yas. suesin, uruo, n jiur mimuii;.
J6O0 'yds., canton' Jlannel, IJnRliua
XXt'as por sample. - ' 'r
3000 yds. Mnriners' striped shirting,
a nrr siltnnlc.
&idoz. men's cotton socks,
16 d. ladies' cotVoii hoseas per
1 doz. ladles' corsets, iRei i'jlf 273,
-2, 29-2, 30-2, nslper BainplcJ ? H .'
2 irrcat cros pants buttons, as per
00 UOZ. inrcnn, uiam' or umrK
. T., No. 3(1, white. "Jl doz. flu. tonlnu'e iinpim.i
oOdoz. thread, Coats' or C'lark'sO:kVdBz?estinuBVlaSfnri,n ,.
. T., No. 3(1 black. use. g J lw ror!PlUl
loz. thread, Coats' or CJarU's y.
, No. 10 white. '-.-S ,
SHOKS AND SLIPPERS. ' 1
30 prs. mens' leather sllfipors No.
i per sample. .
50 nrs. mens' leather slippers No. 8
ns per sample. . '
50 prs. mens' leather slippers No. 0,
as per sample,
25 prs. ladles' shoes No. C, as per
2o prs. ladies' shoes No. 0, ns per
10,000 lbs. granulated sugar (Ameri
15.000 lbs. Golden C sugar (Ameri
8,000 lbs. .Liverpool salt.
500 lbs. soda crackers, XXX, more
or less, delivered as required.
500 lbs. of cheese, Cranston's or as
irood. more or less, delivered as re-l
iu doz. Love oysicrs n ickis z-hj. i
30 doz. No.'l best brooms.
20 gross Vulcan Safety matches, as
per sample. I
300 lbs. Sal soda.
200 lbs. Sultana rnsins (20-lb. boxes.)
100 lbs. London Layers ralslns(20-lb.
200 lbs. China starch.
1 doz ostrich feather dusters (22-ln.
1 doz. Worcestershire Sauce (Leo
as Perrln's) In quart bottles.
20 boxes macaroni In 8-lb. boxes.
100 gal. N. O. molasses.
2,000 gal. syrup as per sample.
2."i doz. tea cups, W. G. ware, ns per
25 doz. saucers, W. G. ware, as per
4 doz. 7 In. pie plates, W. G. wure,
as per sample.
1500 lbs. Even change.
300 lbs. O. K. Durham In 2-oz. pigs.
000 bbls. No. 1 Hour, moro or less,
delivered as required.
25 bbls. No. 1 graham, moro or less,
delivered ns required.
000 lbs. llsh per weok, more or less,
as required, stating price per pound
of different kinds.
Reef 000 pounds per day, more or
less, ns required equal parts roro and
Mutton 200 pounds per day, moro
or less, as required.
2500 lbs. Net Savon Rest Standard
200 cakes Peerless Kitchen soap, ss
5 lbs. Shaving soap (J. R. Williams)
as per sample.
500 lbs. black pepper, Standard
Ground, In 5-lb. cans.
75 lbs. cinnamon, Standard Ground,
In 5-lb. cans.
50 feet each or J, 1, U in, black pipe,
(leach cast Iron elbows 1, 1, 1J,
and 2 inch.
0 each cast Iron elbows 45 (leg.
U, U, nnd 2 In.
(I doz. hoso washers, In.
1 doz. hoso couplings In.
1 doz. Calwell hoso bands i in.
12 cacli Jenkins' valves discs., 4,
i ami it in.
200 rt. ori In. round Norway Iron.
100 reet each or I, 7-10 and i In.
round Norway Iron.
5i) rt. each oUxl, JxH, nnd ix2 In.
Hat Norway iron.
6 rt. each or i, J and 1 In. octagon
5 rt. or i in. round tool steel.
1 Heller Rros. liorso rasp 10 In.
Hat bastard files 10 in.
3 Hat bastard illes 10 In.
0 Hat mill bastard tiles 10 In.
, 2 each Hat mill bastard flies 0 and 8
300 rt. or mnnllla ropo i in diameter.
3,500 lbs. or blacksmith coal ns per
50 Norway carriage bolts xH In.
50 each ixl nnd ixa In carrlago bolts
5 lbs. or I washers.
1,000 each Of 2. '21. . nnil J llv Hnnoil
2 sledge handles 30 In.
. - , , ....v. . .w. ,
i tinners' blcwhorn stake, largo den
" in., smaii end m in.
Dios. or ao. G Putnam hoive shoo
1 Coo's wrench, 12 In., bright.
l Kilogramme acid acetlc30 per cent,
Squlbbs. , ;
1 kilogramme acid boric, Squlbbs.
4 kilogrammes bismuth subnltrato,
5 kilogrammes chloform In 500
Kniiiiuie uoiiies, Squibbs.
i Kilogramme tincture
1 KIlOCTUtlimn ninnwudn Mrlinniil.
Squlbbs08"10 sodlum bnflMi
Squiobsra,nme plum P'mlered'
Squlbfx11"1163 meroury J'ellow oxide,
& chlor,de C0T-
MerciS cWoral hydlate' granulated,)
no prs. mens- lcniuer suppcre nu. iv, uioncnou sucen's wool, as rvr ,
. , ., ,. T," ,n ., . -. .. till; hit iia.
ns per sanipie. ouozsuiionai, (Haver.) '
20 prs. mens' lputl or slippers No. 11, r oz. Antlkamlnla tablets 5Br.
ab rtcr sample. 1000 5cr. nulninc sniniififn' ...
20 nrs. ladles' shoes No. 4, as per sule shaped: P. H.&Cn vl'"'raP-
. 20 lbs. notawlum hST
iatci,p.&'w. ",vnu,ue Bom.
i IUS. COllfKl nn TDx
i & lbs.Gulclum nrm.'inii.'I.V -
- i. .' POtaSslum llVrlmf , ..
X. W. - j wn n
.. - "v r
" "'., wnn
5 Wti. ncld pjirivilu ..-i.j t -..
v fi'iriilJ ntntiinntn ...i
jno0 gallon glass connoTSg
lib. arnica (lower granulated, in,.
Ji. f(1x glove granulated, L4
tf M iilix Vonicii granul n r ,
&?CT. j t 3 ,UI ranuted, Li
vsfuo.'WYYoiiirMic & Co. "ues
10 llw. zinc sulphate (er.mmo-.., ,
V. 2lbS. , Foruurr '.Vt .-,,U,,l,VrlaL
7,. no lb's. Phillips' Hlgestib Lfv!
5-pound cam,. "'coa.in
10 lbs. notimsliim
2 lbs. prepared chalk
il IDS. SnoilL'CS. 10 In
,rWn kr,turatc9 nur vomica,
16 in Papcrs' wl,lte.and
iv m,0ll ?la9S Pcrcol!itor, 16 and 32oi.;
ozNrv?.dT:TcorhCOn,X Mne Sh38
1 uradunto, Phoenix cone shape, U
OZ, V X, oS CO.
8-12 doz. rubber water buttles. J.
quart, cloth covered; W.T.&Co
4 doz. II. R. syringes, No. 1, straight
pipe; I oz.
4 doz. II. It. syringes, No. 3, straight
pipe; 1 oz.
1 gross corks, No. 12, taper 1, u.
2 doz. Allcock's porous plasters.
000 hypodermic tablets, No. 3, la
case, 10 tubes each; V. Uros.
400 hypodermic tablets, No. OS, Id
case, 10 tubes each; W. Bros.
2 doz. beef Juice; W. Rros.
Samples may bo seen at the com
missary or the asylum. Goods must
bo in accordance with samples, nnd
be in original packages when possible.
The right to reject any and all bids Is
reserved. Delivery ot supplies will
bo required within fifteen days' no
tice of acceptance of bid. Each bid
must Include all the Items and totals
In full, with the exception of flour and
fish. Payment will not bo made until
the bidder has completed his con
tract. A copy of tho advertisement
must accompany each bid, and the
name of tho class of supplies bo In
scribed on tlio envelope. Auditing
olllcers are prohibited from confirm
ing accounts of purchases when the
advertisement docs not contain a full
description of tho articles to be pur
chased. Each bidder will bo required
to furnish with his bid a certified
check in nn amount equal to ten per
cent of his bid (save that for flour the
check Is to bo for $300. for fish $75),
payable to tho order of the board-to
lw returned In case ills bid Is rejected
or his proposal compiled with. Hids
will be opened In the governor's office
at 2 o'clock p. m Monday, July ,
Salem, Oregon, Juno 15, 1890.
W.n. r. bUHu.
Tlnnnl nf rPriltlS. f). S. I. A.
W. S. DUNI WAY, Scc'y. of Board.
i am prepared Jo do all landi of woAh
wood and iron. Repairing machinery oi
any kind or making and repairing itoaej w -tew,
tools nnd edged tools ol an; kmJ 1 Ue
Pl, nnil runnlnff shXI CHS'
fully attended to. Call tmyiurM
Chemeketa street, back of Nework Rkx
store. . ..r,er.,TI,irir
1 1 b IVO v
Please notice the cut in pn
on the followingi
Shirts, plain e'toioctntt
Under drawers sianewU
Under shirts ' , t
Socks, per pair ' , at
Silk handkerchiefs ..... . . ''''."" W
Sheets and pillow slips 4 "" & gw
nnd other work In proportion.
.Flannels and other work W
VrfiJ Ml "
" . y. r!ifAhao i"R
OMi boau for ? FSTw V J
tb4 DULIU UT a liuucw ---
. . . .. .
w.i.. Vtutr WW
!. iw-. --jus.
till, lu. ..
and new ones made to order. irorthou?.
the best that can bo done In towa-6
M.i n r.i tvnrrnn anu ijukhiv r-
Tb ey are glen ""'".'i