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Daily Capital Journal,
Y HOKBR BUOTHBR8
TUESDAYJJUXE 23, 1890.
The Ideal wash fabric. We pUce on
sale a Urge aswrtmeniat regular whole
Hale price, and advise early selections.
15c per yard.
3000 yards ol blue
calicu. audi as you
aid us ?c per yard lor, we place
on safe special at 5c ptr yard
luve naui us 7C uei
Helta, ocu Kibbon. isic, - v
.. ma. s, , VI.
Wc show a dainty gilt belt and buckle at
tee: also leather, suanelcd. linen, etc.
Expect more while kid ones' this week.
xpect more w
The white .ilk,
frame shades at Jl'Jt
Same with deep silk
o are a uteat
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Hon. H. It. ICftifultl went to Port
Attorney Geo. (J. Hinglmm went to
W. A. White, of Wi.lUKibr, was a
Salem vMtor today.
L. W. Guts.-, a Woodburn IiihIiicwj
man wan In the city today.
IJ. J. Cooper of The Dullm Is lit the
city to reinaiu a few week.
0. II. Dalrymple, the Albany attor
ney, was n Salem visitor today.
Squire William Trovor, of St. Paul,
was In the city today on business.
Mcsscrs. Ilotcltkln and Lawlcr, left
today for thoRantlam mining region.
ConitTcfcuman frills, of Eastern Ore
gon and family passed through today
on their way to Corvallls.
nondmnslcr A. J. Prultt, In gaining
favors for excellent work on the
Btrccts of North Salem.
County Clerk Elilen Is off on a little
vacation with 11 little party after
trout In Thomas creek.
State Supt. Irwin, went to Corvallls
today to attend the closing exercises of
of tlio stato agricultural college
Chas. Qoodalo of tlio Goodalo fc
Schramm Lumber Co. of this city,
came down from the mills at Coburg
Adjutant General Tuttlo went to
Portland today. IIo expresses great
prldo In tho Oregon National Guard,
and Its work at Astoria.
Danker Gilbert wont to Drooks to
day to inspect an application for a
loan on real estate. IIo says thoro Is
but little unencumbered real estate
that makes deslrablo security.
Martin Durblu, or Howell Pralrrio,
was In tho city today and reports
tho presence of consldorablo wheat
aphis In u Held or theirs, which Is tho
first to liavo headed out.
Albert Jcssup, of Salem, who has
been studying dentistry under Dr.
I'lnley of this city loft for homo today.
IIo will probably either locato In Sa
lem or Turner. Eugeuo Guard.
Mr. U. Haas, of Garden road,Snlotn,
left on tho steamer llampna for his
fruit ranch near Portland, whero ho
will reside In tho future. II Iw son,
Fred, nnd thrco sisters will remain in
Salem for tho present.
II. 1). Holland, manager of tho
Salem Flouring Mills company, has
returned from 11 tour of inspection of
tho couipany'ti power ditch, which
runs from tho Santlam river to tho
Wlllaniotto through this city.
Ladies Uudorvcsttj 6 cents und up.
Mon's llalbrlggan underwear 23
cents each nnd up.
Straw Huts for everybody.
Tan shoes latest styles
Summer Corsets, Silk mitts, Cliam
olso Gloves, etc.
Fiuo 'opliyr Ginghams 10 cents a
yard, 0 conu saved on every yard.
Finest Wash Goods und Shirt
Waists in tho city.
.Willis Bros, & Co,
Court and Liberty.
Tho Cash Dry Goods, Clothing und
Lunch for Ever ybody 2C3C 2C2C
Tlte season for picnic and
AH ldfni crdr, clwescs
SALEM SCHOOLS HONORED.
The World' Fair Medal and Diploma
Today Supt Peebles received rrom
mc aiibiioniics 01 1110 hhu v
lutnbian Exposition tlie diploma nnd ,
..- ... 111 .l. llf.l,1l 1-1,1
medal awarded our public schools for
tlio excellence of their exhibit at the
IVii-lrl'n full- Thn llntiimn la nrllltwl '
nn nnrohmnnt. (mm atcnl nnravlnz
of raro beauty, and the Inscription in
reference to our exhibit Is as follews:
"The public schools of Salem, Ore
gon, exhibit: Photographs mid school
works For photographs Illustrative
of good educational conditions, and
school work, showing good methods
with good result."
The medal Is n beautiful bronze
plate three inches In diameter, with
proper Inscriptions and decorations,
having Christopher Columbus In bold
relief on one side, while the reverse
shows an artistic design reptesenta-
the of educational and hclcntlllc pro
gress. Those fouvcnlrs will be preserved
with pride in tlicEnct Salem school,
and area groat credit toourbchools.
The credit for those results is directly
due to Mrs. It. A. Miller, who was at
the tliiiesnpcriuteudeiitof our schools
(Mrs. S. G. Griibbc) and her assistants
In tho various buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. II. Darby and
daughter Hoik, spent last week In
Monmouth. It being the week of
commencement. Mr. and Mrs. Darby
are greatly pleased with the successor
their daughter. Miss Delia and Lura
buying completed the cmirMi of the
O. S. V. S.
Grange met last Saturday, at the
usiis.il time, uuditliey decided to give
an entertainment and Ice cream sup
per, next Saturday evening, after the
Fourth. To bo held In tho hall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hellebowcr und
sister Ella spent a few days In Mon
mouth last week.
Miss Day Anderson of The Dalles
Is a guest of Miss Bertha Darby this
Quito a number of Shaw people at
tended cnmpmcctlng, at Turner, on
Sunday. The crowd at campmcetliig
was ubatit half Its usual size. We
think the ten cent fee will wear out
tho Interest that has been taken here
IJ. Holllobower wont to Salem Mon
day. Take tho One-Cent Dally.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs.
Noyso, Mr. Cuiumlngs and family,
and John and Nolllo Durfce, went to
Silver Creek falls last Thursday. The
team which Mr. Noyso was driving
run away turning tho carriage over
and throwing tho occupants out. For
tunately no 0110 was hurt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cummlngs and Mr.
and Mrs. Moyso attended Sunday
school at the mute school last Sun
day. Anotiiku Lawsuit. Tho States
man has now commenced suit against
James II. McCormlck for CO cents
claimed to bo duo on subscription, and
tho enso will coino up boforo Justice
Johnson Saturday. Tho suit against
Marshal Dlllcy Is to bo tried tomorrow.
Tut: Latest. Mel. Hamilton Is the
latust victim of tho Statesman's
wrath, und Is now sued for GO cents
LOUy.At their homo in West Sa
loin, Juno 21, 181)0, to Mr. und Mrs.
Chas. Locy, 11 daughter.
Su.c to Win.
The people recognise and appreciate real
merit. That Is why Hood's Sarsaparilla has
the largest tales in the world Merit In
medicine mears the power to cure. Hood's
Saisaparllla ores absolutely, permanently
cures. It Is the One True Mood Purifier. Its
icperlor merit Is an established tact, and
Hood's nils aie easy to take, easy to
operate. Cure Indigestion, headache.
.1 w 1
Call for Warrant.
County Tukasuuk's 1
Omen, Mamon County, f
Notlco Is hereby given that I liavo
funds on hand to pay all wuriants Is
sued, up to Aug. 1, 1805, and Interest
on tho sumo will stop from dato of
this notice. Jai Minto,
Dated Juno II, 18VHJ. U8d w
llockafellcr has succeeded so well
with oil that ho proposes to monopo
lize tho steel trado or tho new world.
summer outings are here, so
r y I
Chronicle of Events and Individuals at trie
Mrs. Wm. M. Bell went to Eugene
MIm Annette Knonrcr went to Cor-
ivallls to visit today.
MIssH. W Clmrclilll und brotlicr
' Frank went to Turner today.
Mrs. R. S.
Henn Hnd children re
nt tendance at Eugene
.Mrs. Z. F. Moody and her old pio
neer friend Mrs. Doiiucll went to the
reform school today.
Miss Hall, 11 teacher at Portland,
who has been a guest of Mrs. F. S.
Dunn, went to Eugene today.
Mrs. F. II. Gwynne nnd daughters
leave this morning for Great Falls,
Montana, where they will Join their
husband and father and permanently
reside. Ilev. Gwynne Is pastor of the
Presbyterian church there.
Miss Ada P. Thomas, or Turner, the
accomplished young musician, has
returned home from Ashland, where
she has had charge or the musical
work In the Southern Oregon normal
F. 11. Gwynne and family lcfL this
morning for their now homo at Great
Falls, Moot., taking the steamer carry
ing the Presbyterian excursion down
the.rlver. Tho family was "seen off"
by n host of friends, who regret to see
them leave Salem.
Miss Eva Simpson and Mrs. Nutting
went to Salem by steamer, to attend
the commencement of tlie school or
oratory or Willamette university.
They took their bicycles and will do
U10 capital cltv on wheels.Albany
Miss Jennie Anderson, Miss Mullle
Crelghton, Miss Lizzie Hnrrlld and
Mrs. Olive S. England hayo been
placed In nomination by theW. O. W.
L. O. T. M., K. or P., nnd Rebckah
orders, respectively, as candidates In
tho contest ror goddess or liberty In
the Fourth or July parade.
Salem Rebckah lodge, No. 1, elected
the following officers last night: Miss
Minnie Ilolman, N. G.; Mrs. M. Ella
Glenn, V. G.; Mrs. Joslo Vass, record
ing secretary; Mrs. Sarah Hutton,
financial secretary, Mrs. Jennie
Hutchlns, treasurer. ,
Ilelow wo glvo tho program or tho
Wllliimctto University Alumni. It
will bo rendered In tho M. E. church
tomorrow evening sous to better ac
commodate the public. All members
arc requested to bo prompt In attend
ance at tho business meeting next
Instrumental solo... Prof. E. Winkler
Introduction of class 181)0.
Song, "A Hunch of VIolots"..llnsortl
Peter II. D'Arcy.
Song, "Stuttering Jlni"...'..IIerltago
Pror. It. A. Heritage.
Essay "Her Latest Poses"
Mary Strong Kinney, '78.
Song, "Ring or tho Angclus"..Obcrtl
Annals Charles H Moore, '70
"Spring Song" Lynes
Esther Hall MoNary.
Recitation. . . ."Tho Samo Old Story"
Sarah Nourso Drown.
Alumni Song J. T. Matthews, "78
Two young women or Salem were
on their way to tho Turner enmp
incotlng on Sunday nnd mot with a
sorlous accident. Their buggy being
turned over and dragged some dis
tance. Their clothes were nearly
torn oir or them, mid 0110 or thpin was
Milton Rhodes, was out driving
lust evening, whon the horse kicked
over tho dash-board, striking Mr.
Rhodes under tho chin, cuttlm? a
gtuh two Inches long.
On Sunday evening Mrs. Rakostraw
or Harrison Institute, and homo In
dian pupils drove to church when tho
rig was overturned and demolished
but no one was Injured.
Ciiuiicii Business.- All membors
of tho Congregational church are
urgently tequcstcd to bo present at
tho Thursday evening prayer meeting.
There will bo reports of the condition
or the church, tho rules or tho church
require this, and all ought to bo In
formed as to Just tho condition wo
art'I In. Show your loyalty to tlio
church by being present, 0 23 at
In Justice Couirr.-in Jutlco II.
a. jounsoirs court trunk llamgar Is
piiunun in a suit against John W.
Molvliiney, Instituted yesterday.
Judgment is asked for $11.25 tor
lift eon days' services rendered for de
fendant In carrying tho Oregon Dally
Statesman botwecn May 1st and 17th,
of tho current yenr.
Hbtteu Walks. Tho condition of
tho plank sidewalks, In many parts of
tho city, aro not exactly creditable.
j J. D. Sutherland has begun to tako
, up one of the tly-up-nud-hlt-you stylo
and Is putting down n better one.
hen tho council elects a new street
.commissioner thoy should get a man
at least as enthusiastic along this lino
as .Mr. Culver was, and more so If
THE UNION DIMETALLICS.
Preparations for Friday's Mass Con
ventionCommittees and Speakers.
At a meeting or the temporary
county executive committees or the
union bimetallic movement today
Mninr n. a. Sherman was elected
chairman and It. II. Leabo secretary
and treasurer. Persons wishing to
contribute to this effort to unite tlio
people agalnRtthe single gold stand
ard can pay Mr. Lcnbo any sum they
The committee unanimously In
vited Hon. J. IJ. Waldo to preside
over tho convention, nnd invited ns
speakers: Hon. Sylvester Pcnnoyer,
W.J. Ivy and col. F. V. Drake, or
Pertland: Col. J. C. Cooper and Secre
tary W. V. Spencer or the Yumhlll
bimetallic unien: Judge J. J. Whit
ney and Dr. E. L. Hill, or Albany.
Following committees were ap
pointed ror the mass convention at
tho armory Friday, June 2flth, at 11
On decoratiens: D. C. Sherman, J.
II. Fairbank, Amos Strong.
On receptien: Geo. S. Downing. V.
Marsh and Guy M. Powers.
In charge or armery: L. E.Pratt,
Chas. Corby, O. II. Burggraf, J. N.
Ryan, D. C. Howard.
A free coinage campllre In charge or
Major D. C. Sherman will bo held at
the city council room Thursday even
ing nt 8 o'clock to make further
arrangements for the union mass
Tho executive committee of seven
decided nt their meeting that this
should not l)c made a movement In
the Interest of any party, but to de
termine whether there can be a union
ror principle. Ulmctnlllsts or all
parties In Marlon and Polk county are
earnestly requested to attend and
make this their llrst union mass meet
ing a success.
COURT HOUSE NEWf.
A NEW' SUIT.
Anna Eldrlcdgo has began an
action In the Marlon county circuit
court, to recover certain personal
property rrom M.J. Green, et ul., or
ror $880, declared to be Its reasonable
yalue, and $2f0 ror special damages.
John M. English and Julia M. Slcg
mund secured n marriage permit to
day. Byron Denny, witness.
In accordance with the provisions
or a will, which was IcTL by Mrs.
Marie C. Metsclian,deceased on March
C, 1803, tho county court yesterday ap
pointed Phil Metschau, her husband,
as tho executor. Tho will
was ad -
miiteii 10 prooato 111 tlie usual man
tier. She lert an estate valued at
$20,000 and ten heirs, viz Phil Met
schau, (the husband), F.P , Phillip L.,
Otto II., Anton II., Edwurd L., Anna
II., Emilia M., Julia M., and Valcska
M., Metschau children. Tho will was
executed on March 10, 1801, In the
presence of Frank 13. Hodgkln and J.
The Thirty Cent Case.
fit IlluHilil 11 litem til nikllff .'
day afternoon tho case of the States -
man Pub. Co. vs. A. C. Dllloy, to col-'
led ;W cents subscrlntlnn. ivimn im.
Tho plaintiff was represented by
Messrs. Haydcn & MeNary, while Mr.
Dllley's Interest was guarded by Geo.
Rlngham and W. II. Holmes. De
fendant In answer to tho original
complaint mado a general denial and
set up a further nnd separato answer
claiming to have subscribed for the
paper rrom John W. McKliinoy.and to
have paid said McKlnney In accord
ance with his contract with him. He
placed also McKlnnoy's contract with
tlio Statesman Pub. Co. as a ustl
ilcatloimf said payment. PlalntHTs
tiled a motion to strike out this
further and separate answer, was!
overruled by the court. PlalutllT was
glvou until Wednesday at 10 o'clock1
to reply. It would appear from this1
that Mr. Dlllcy does not recognize the
Statesman Pub. Co.ln tho transaction. I
There is just a little .id
petizing bite to HIRii3
Rootbeer; just a smack
of life and good flavor
done up in temperance
style. Best by any test.
UU, Ml; j Tl I'kuU. I Mint (V. rkll.J.lrkL.
A , ruktflUtXM tlllbll. ItoU.IIIJiWrn
Fou Gold Only. A Statesman'
. correspondent says tho St. Louis plat-'
form declares tor bimetallism (mean
lug international.) This Is simply a '
Ho. It has declared for tho slnglo
gold standard In words and terms us
plain as language can make It appear. '
It says: "Wo aro tor gold. Wo are
for tlio present gold standard. We
aro against silver as standard money. '
We are for tho gold standard and tho
gold standard only."
Swire Messenoeks. Rlug blue
boxes or telephone for n bicycle mes
senger. Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel-'
low, nor bum the hands,
REPUBLICANS WILL RATIFY.
of The Republican
dorses the Ticket
Tim Melt Inlcv Republican
Salem held u meeting last evening to
arrange for a ratltlcatlon of the nomi
nation of the Reoubllcati standard
iMiarcrs. Many members were present
Claud Gatch In the chair.
E. P. McCornack was the first to
address the meeting, and was followed
by Jo Fones, E. M. Laforc, Jap Mlnto,
W.S. Dunnlwny, E. C. Glltncr, J. M.
Kyle, Dr. J. N. Smith, C. II. Lane,
M. W. Hunt, Hon. I. L. Patterson,
and others In stirring remarks, nearly
all expressing a w-lsh ror a lively rati
fication.' E. P. McCornack moved that In ad
dition to the committee on Invitation
and publicity, further appointments
of committees, which was voted upon
InvltatlonTap Mlnto, F.F. Tocvs,
W. Lyon, C. II. Lane, I. L. Patterson.
Hall, band music and bonfires E.
M. Lnforc, J. M. Kylo, Dr. E. B.
Vocal music-Prof. II. O. Kundrot,
Pror. R. A. Heritage, Judge L. D.
Henry, Mrs. Hnllle Parish Hinges.
Speakers E. P. McCornack, Geo. P.
Hughes, E. C. Giltner.
Good Sardines, per can 5c.
Peaches from 10 to 15c,
Lily corn 4 for 25c,
Apricots 2 for 15c,
Gooseberries, per gal 5c,
fiflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
Flnance-M. E. Gnodell, l
rlne, Geo. F. Rogers.
Olllcers or the evening Dr. .1. N.
Smith, John Knight, E.l Parkhurst.
Saturday evening. June 27th, was
adopted as the date.
II. G. Ktindret suggested perma
nent organization ror the campaign.
E. P. McCornack, as state commit
teeman, asked the club to stand by
his organization In furthering the
campaign, which assistance was
vouchsafed by Mr. Gatch.
Ed C. Glltncr nsked that certain
announcements for future truldanco
1 in the compalgn bo made to the satis-
laciiou 01 me meeting.
On motion of Mr. Fones the por
traits or the Republican condldntes
were ordered to bo hung up In the club
Upon the motion of Col. M. W.
Hunt tho ticket and the platform of
the fat. Louis convention was
Invitations will bo sent to Repub
licans In this and adjoining counties,
and an Immense crowd of enthusiastic
1 Rein,bllciUls ls cx,,ccte(1
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find tho true remedy In Electric Hit
ters. This medicine does not stimu
late and contains no whiskey norothcr
Intoxicant but acts ns a tonic and
alterative It acts mildly on tlio
stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tone to tho organs, thereby
aiding Isnturc In tho performance of
the functions. Electric bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old Pcoplo Unci it Just exactly what
they need. Price 50c and $l per bottle
at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
When Bby wm slclt, we cTe her Castorla,
WLu she ww a ChllJ, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to CastorU.
When aha had Children, she jraTe them CastorU
ou'll bo surprised when you try
1 Hoo Cake soap, and wish we had told
I you sooner. It Is made by patented
I There's no clay, Hour, starch or
, other worthless tilling in "Hoo Cake"
and no free alkali to burn tho hands.
John Hughes. j otf
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Medal, AHdwlntcr Pair.
JMost Perfect Made.
40 Ytr tb SUsidJusL
Everything in the wash
goods to select from, Ask to
2S7 Commercial st.
J ;HN HUGHES,
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of rass seeds,
FOR SALE-At o Durgaln. Kine residence
and corner lot, near city hall. For further
par'lculars inquire at this office. 6-33 tl
WELLS 'Dug, drove, bored and repaired.
Address A. Dan, South Salem. 18 tf
HAY l'OR SALE-I will commence to de-
livrr hay about the 20th to any person) want
ing a fine quality ol mixed hay, consisting of
ciover, uiue grass, orchard crass, and oilier
nrass. loiter on I will Itav tfmntlTv nml
cheat Leave orders at John Hughes store,
I or whh II S. l'liomas, or let me know by
p siai caru, aaiem. uco. k. Allen. 7 15 im
SAWMILL For sale or trade, a double mill
and plainer, all in gocd running
lurincr particulars rail at No.
rifieenlli and Ferry St., Salem.
FA KM TO TKADIv-A good arm lo trade
(In Kansas) for property in or about Salem.
Address Wm. Asshenbrenner.Salem, Or. 131m
HOME IIOAKD.--Good table board, with
home cooking, served in family style, only
$2 a week, 105 Commercial street. 6.12.1m
T. O. NEWS STANU.-Local Subscription
Agency for all newspapers and magatines.
Fine atock of cigaia and confectionery. F. W.
Miller. Prop. t 14 tf
FOK SALE. -One house and two lots, sit
uatod in Wheatlrnd. Yamhill county. All
set in good fruit. For sale at a bargain. The
property is that known as the Wheatland
hotel. Price $150, Address, A, care Jour.
"' 4 2 tf
I'LRhONAL It any one who has been
benefited by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink
1 ills will write to the Capital Journal Salem
Ihey will receive Information that will be of
much value and interest to them, s 8 im d&w
l'ASTUKEr-First class pasture lor horses
or catt e Just south of Morningsldo. $1.00
iiiuuui- Mcsi grass
rUULICMEN, I'OUTCIANS AND UU&
iness houses can obtain all newspaper Infor
mation from the press of the state, coast and
coumry from the Press Clipping Bureau.
Allen's) Union Block, Portland. i2.2otf
FOk HAUli, OR KENT in . I,n,l r
OR UENIV-40 acres land
miles out. Parllv imDroved. wnM nna
pu,v, jjoou nouse, large barn, 2 acres
bearing orchard.lot of small fruli.good water.
Wood stumpage can be had. Box 145, Salem.
1 1 .' -
, . Siatl
PAPEks. t-oriland, Sacramento, Seattle,
I coma and San Francisco papers on sale a
Miller's Postofiice block
V "V A T "
ON THE DOLLAR,
Ed, S, Lamport,
289 Commercial st
Has bought the Frank E. Shatv
fer and the U. Beamcr harness
stocks at forced sale. $4,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar.
Sign of the White Horse,
goods line, still lots 0f cha
sec our new 25c wash silks.
C H. MACK,
Meets all mall and passenger trains Hi
1 uuae and nri ,n all ..... .,.v. "'
Prompt service, TcicTc, m'
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP,
Express, bnccace and all l-!nrl. rr -i
aonc promptly. Leave
, - .."- 1 v "" - "w.
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considcied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIit
Bush Bank bulldinS.
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
Over Unsh's Dank,
T. K. FORD'
F. VAN DER 11AAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
fJJHard times prices always.
ISrSuits $15 upwards
st., Sale n Or
C, M. Eppley,
formerly of Clark & Eppleir. is now
prepared to serve the public with
everything first class in his line, si
Simpson Bros, old stand,
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY. :
RILEY BOARDING HOUSE
The popular piace347 H'fil ,M!"
been reopened, and is prepared tc recent
boarders and roomers at the roost ressooiw
rates. Nice suite of rooms on the groew
floor. Sunday dinner from 1 to 2.
S, Richardson, Prop.
Two doors north Hotel WilUmetie. . Ho
cooking and home made pies sad cues
ways on hand.
J. H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWtLE.
n spiwtaltyof fine repair wrtj ,
clock., eta.. a CommcrcUljgS.
Altona and Kamoo
DAILY. Portland, 6:45 a. m.
Independence, 6:30 a. m.
quo a. -
Quick time, regular service and eieP
W0LZ & M'K'l'Si-
C. H. LANE,