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I.. ?Ja* m??! '" m??rr?>44 4 irlnl.I?- \4 In.l?.. KSDAY. DECEMBEH 7 1911.-FOI (TITEEN PAGES. ' * PRICE ONE CEN? 'i* in ?Hi <>f Hem Feah. Aeeetrr Cwtam? tkmmamm? i ?i win.it t two < km* Ml DENOUNCED FOR DISCRIMINATION ?Carnegie Hall Mass Meeting in Favor ?if American Jews Wildly Applauds Score of Noted Speakers. CONGRESS ASKED TO ACT Champ Clark. Woodrow Wijlson, Bishop Oreer and Andrew D. White Among Those Orf? tuf Onj'io to Exlrilt of Abrogating Tie I ? ' ? . arly "t it the maaa ? d and i - ** - ? dnpted for th?- Im I ending i ? ir the . hite, form imong ? ' I thai iirl'i ' ? demand, ? ? ihe B ni.ii ' / Prominent Spea-' ' Will Will? ? ' ? ' - ' ?? oiild i rty - ? ? ? ' : ? ? -. v ir. Mi ? I ... ' e on the United Stntet. ' ' i ' ? I -. ' mind ?' " : ? ' ' R I ?? $15,000 in Pri? In the New-York Tribune's Great Bookreaders' Pictorial Contest. OtT.cial pictures. rules governing the Contest and complete list of prizes on Page S o( To-day's Tribune BROADWAY PLOT BIGS 5SS6S A SQUUE FOOT ; Record Price in Realty for Cor? ner Parcel Surrounded by Macy Building. $1.000,000 FOR A HALF LOT Sign Privilege? Are Reported To Be Yielding Lessees $20.000 a Year Above Rental Figure. .nother change i'i the ownership of ih<? much covettad plot at th? r,,rn..r of ix\;i. and -".lih it reel thai i.r. ?k?- the symmetr of the Ma? y building, maj xxitiiin ;i day or two, eatab H.shinK ?i new r?...r<i price In Manh real ? ? ? te i\ the office ol N Straus it whs denied thai H H Macy i'ould purchaae the plot Rob? ' .- Smith, ?i 11th Btr? 11 cloaa .m and preaenl ownet of the plot. said yesterday thai he exp? .t contracte slKiird within forty eight hours for th< sale of this plol for $1.000.000. Should the transaction t.tk.? .it will establish a .ill f..r land in this city and in th<? world. The hlghesl price thus f.ir *m ured for Manhattan realtj was paid In W*J by the Bankers' Trusl Conipanj for the Gillender property, ;.i the northwest cor and xV.iii -rtreets This .?>,t $1 :,??..???'??, or $622 '_".? i rumored price of ...mm. for th? rnei surrounded by ling would be al th? ,.-,:, for the square fool 1 ? , i Wall street was ^""'s a ? almost sis y?w ' i tall area of onlj half a full city loi real on th? 34th street and Broadway has been one . ? te holdings I been own? d bj the Pell family for over eeventj years at Um? R. H. M I Co. decided to ..,\\n. u. Duane Pell, : ... plot, f.x.Hi the pi ? , || ? firm ctaaaidered ? . v rbltanl demand. They pro : to build the store a ltiiout this ? ? parcel. building had not gone ver . - s Bmlth bo sht th? parcel manded bj Mr. PelU This .... yenrt igo Tv o ? i \\in land to ? . ..... Bed, and in 190. ? ' ' aluatlon ol ? ted on m? on af to the Company .'it a rental : no* that erty. including ttV* h i b h 1 \ valu ? . 00 to 1 I'nited ?'iicnr ? estate *ht thai ? ? si 000.000 " ould noi I ted that the Mei ? Com ; the real estai ? TOOK CELLMATE'S CLOTHES ant Ont for Man Who For? ok Friend in N eorl !.. the en?] t?* ! ige Mu] ? : ?'- ? . ,* ' i ?i ny wi . ? ? ?: the f ? ?? ? t'? why 1 ' .. man V ' i ? ..1 ;i! No. 1?4?I \\. . t ; ': 1 i 9 APPENDICITIS IN FAMILY Btati Dd P-iy. ?ai . Son Fourth to Undergo Operation. ..i Pori R . . . : ? With I . ' 1 - ? I ? well. At .., . | wo th? -i ? ? ? hi ? ' i.M .. ? !? -I .'HI.I v held i.'tiii il ? 'S EU OMEN niLFIILED Twice During Week Bas-Relief Had Fallen from Place on the Wall. SINGER TALKS OP FRIEND Was Persuaded to Study for Opera by Eduardo Missiano, Who Topplo? from Chair While Eating Dinner. Ed .11 -I" Ml ? Rrsi ?persuaded Enrico Cam so, the tenor, t" Ij-e-wmie an "i?'' - Inger, di? d sudd? nis j eatei ?in . i-\ enlng a iiii?' dining wltli in.- fi i? ml-, Mr and Mrs, ?'n?. Ligtiori, in thtdr hom?a, ai \?'. M Sixth avenue. A physician mid rheumatism "i ihe hear) tras re si ?.psii.i?- for Missiano'f ?J?*ath. Mlsslano \\;i*- ;? member of th" Metro , i. i idera ? '?ompany and h;i?i .in il s I tended ;< rehearsal ol "l..? Toses," m ; w 11 i? li in- uns i" have mi?!" M- sppsai ' anee ?m ?Saturda* nlghi He san I ? pan "f th?- Jailer in th?- prison scene !n 1.1 Tos? ?'' .tul a as <i t.i hot | it, ii.ni ,,.-. n v ?h the Metropolitan '.,i aboul four years, ha* Ing bac : i ? Caruso. i.]K ,.,: | || .. n ?..i1? tole wine m? i and lives above the store. H?- mi'l ,n?. . ? re ' i - '.'i " ? - " stand? ing and were much together After ?' . hanging remii of the oW in Italj. a hen l*oth were In the I ? of yout ,. Llg "ii 1? ?1 the w.'i to the dining room. Mlsslano, s large, l ? :i\ \ man, follow? d hi I ost and host? ess, laughing m the difficulty h? ex? pe? |en? ed In i limbing thi st? ?i'ii. n Mlsslano talk? d. and his fi I? nd - it Id not H'.ti. ?? that ? ?! thai h< *? w Ith dif? ficulty Then, Just as he was In th?* .???i?h, I m in l aned foi, i omlng hard. B< for : ould run to I ppled fr.'in his chair and fell to tl C mso Told of Death. After Ihe phj slcinn hi <i deparl d, Llguorl, his \ olee broken bj gi Emit.. ? 'aruao on t he I? I? phone, telling him ol th? d? ath of hi? old friend and sponsor. Th? ten? r w as In I ments nt the Hot? He I on his i- his hat and dash? d to tl \ mo? ment ni"i ? and h? ? i hlrled down taxlcab. When ? i.n hine m- v. up m ii"tit of the home ? ruso was in tears He l l.ieuurl silent Ij. and th*- t , t.. the l'lutii w l" ? motionlesa. II was atf? i i " h ". I? t? the Uguorl that ' ' iso tnik' ?1 "f his friend? ship with Mil -i ?'??" H? told of his I th? man ? . : i" fame In th? n] world. He spok, ol ? ? ?in?, s ' I r In the Ba: of S ? ? Tn iv ''J Mlsslano, ? ? his Junior, to 1 Ing. MiSslai pinifi Virgil ? ' ' p?s agnifli ent I t ? man's vocsl att the im] Sinqer H'qHIy Pra????ri ? ' for the fact thai is riel ? | him. Fn later i oh ? ? ? ? and was de preased. ? nlng hi - 1 ?? wln-? i ??? -i. ?i", i el led ? ? . ? ? ? . ? ? LOST LEG: NOW LOSES SUIT Woman Sued Artificial Limb 7?TnkoT'? Wife for Ass,mil : ill In M - ? ?i h? foi Rlii ?ed as? I. Th ild HI Imith, ?? : .- ? ?:?.. the d ' I .1-' ,1 Im gi-, ?4 tl her when sh, V i !.. th? pi ' was nol lei ? - Imh ? . ? ? The It to Bui It il t., the ' -peni dui I ; . ?.? Rmlth I hey ' Ml?- ' ml foi i. ? kni e wall ? - ' Bui d leave 1 ' i I? testified thai ? lltlon in.I . d ' ... punch?b 'JEWELLER SLAIN, ROBBED; ELEVATOR BOY IS HELD West India Negro Has Bad Rec? ord. Police Say. but He Coolly Asserts His Innocence. $10.000 IN GEMS VANISH Second Negro Held up Witness in Grand Street Case?Quarrel Between Dend. Man and Son-in-Law Revealed. i Joseph Roberta, i Weal Indian nr-trp>. who had '""???H the elevator boj In the loft building ut No 125 i--n. ,. ?tr..,.t. ,x;.s h'-iii by ''? remet Pelnberi yeuteraaj ...i .1 charge ..r homicld? following th. murder "f Isaac .1. v..Kei ?n that bund? ling on Tuesda) night. Vogel's bod) aas found ;n (he bssemenl of the Canal building yeaterdaj morning by Asher Bchappa, the supeiintendenl of the building, \x he? he opened the baaemenl .''? ;"i'i Bchapita x.;i? ,,m under ball ol $100 s iterial x? itneas, Terrenes V? telle, anoth? r v. eat Indian negro, was to the Rouse of Detention t>x- the .'oroner as ,i material \\itneas Th. murdered man was .-in Ind?pendant Jewelry salesman, \xh'> bough 1 his stock m "in Mi'- ' 'anal su....! y ?rein Jobber?, .uni had his selling lertiton in arid around Trenton, N. .i n,. wee nisi t.ro paring f.?r ;. trip when he was murdered, and he had pun baaed a total ..f about $1,000 xx..nil ..?' stones rings and pins from ix>.. ,.;? the ranal stri-r?t Jobbers. Mis wife and married daughter later i.titi the police !"? alao had on his person nearly $10,0011 worth of Jewelry which : bought ;ii pre* k>us times, and a of x?hi? h had belonged i,, them in the Canal streel fewelry ? ir?!??., Vogel waa known ;i?? ;, "read* money ? ? wilt. 'isu;?ll\ i .-arri.'l .. amount "f m<.n?\\. bul neither money nor Jewelry ..f any kind \?;is found on him when his i loti - wer? -??ill-, lu .i I irt*. .1 th' i rimo on Rob ? h? elei ?i tor boj, < arly in the d i"it he maintained his Innocence. While aearrhinri Roberta's home, at No 2fl Wesl 110th itreel Detectlv? \\..,..i found rtlch a man named il? kl? r told the detect!! ?? he i> i I bought from Vogel a fea days I The a*atch n th? ellar - f the i :.. i ; . The Criminal Leaves Traces, An examination of the basement and '"!' of tho ?'.-inn! str??'i building showi?d plainly the trail of tin- criminal and iiis arbrk. When the police were called In by Bchappa earl* yeeterda. morning \*ogeI's body .ms lying on th?> floor beaide the furnace, and ? trail of dried blood l?e*_ frem the elevator i" the nd then around t?i one ?aide of th?- furnace, where the bod) aras found Tdr skull was t rush?-: in at th" back, as if from the blow ..t ?orne blunt Instrument, ? nd the ambulaitce surgeon '.' . was summoned said Vogel had i<??#*-n ? ?? than ton hours. \ ti.-.!! showing the l? ??? 1 -. had been ...i arrosa the floor to tho furnaee door led the d*'tf. tivos t.? believe that th?? murderer had meant to burn it in ? imace, bul Vogel had boon a stout. heavy man and tho small door <.f tho t,..i any such disposition ? l?dy. irb? i oal bin the poll ?? found ,> . gold xA-'.t' h which Vogel had oar .-dine to Mrs Vogel's ?rtate ? nfterward but th?? only thine tually on his peraon was a bill from .1 Bchmuckler, a Jeweller on tn?? arraSun?* fl??i*r .?f the Canal sir*-*?-' building, ? | it appeared later, Vogel ha.i . ? , snout ?'s"'??,', ?forth of watches I rums on Tuesda) afternoon. p?t< i "? " -'"i"1 M Ha* "s ?*h" ini " ? ? by Bchappa when he dla In the ha? i with the auperlntendeni when Ft. ?? , fvatnr i'"' ? appeared for his dally talked to Rol * rta r Uttl?* .. .i him t.. st.ift changing i ,s , i,.,i|, t ... go '? work The dete? tix.? ? ? ?.. th? firsi flo? ? an I then i r, ....i p i i m und? ?? ar taken 1 th? PJldridge ? ? ? and when Bear hed the the) found In one po? kei s In i ? n x? hi? ?i had th? pr.? ! of the d< s?J man. ?. ? th ?? he had pi? ked up It,?? pen ' h the floor of th-? basement worl j esterd .x moi n , ? disclosed, th? | . : XX itll IV. da O? ... worth altogeth? r aho K $50 I . . plained thai he had bought that i " ' P w; RMierts h\a? Police Record. , ,,t,|. ,,1 ? I l.'l- ? ' ' ' ' - ' ' ? ' ?,.,,,1 popped up all thi.?m?'h the 'i.'x end rjdi d a ' hapti ! fi . . ? bo; had ? 'th . (l, u ,. ? ? . i them ti..?! in.' had , ?, , , -rarranl ? harglng him miird? i H. v t?*d. the polie? aft? r . .t Steinhart?, a ? ?? ? ??,12 Broadwaj (1 d robl.I sboul &*>00 last two hund? .?I . mplo) ea In the establishment, the police said, . . | to ha i ?? Impr? sal? ns "f their |lt inti i.ikt n. and Rohe**ts, xx i, . then il i" xx .is the , . , . balked si the nea poll? ?? ., |,,m, He Una 11: consent? d h..\\> i sr, ,,u,i ins flrfg? r prints, the det? i lives said. h ? orrespoi ... pi, th? prints found on the metal ol an ?i,,, r .i" J bos "' ihe rid. .1 s.,i. . ?. not com k*ted on boa*? x ' r, Ihe poll? .? . xpl mat Ion 11 t It wa o? of t hi on the finger pi Ini Identl? ., t'orne t. i eai back, ih-'x a arrested for i ompli? 11 ? In h iped ? "ii . ,,,.,, i?, mise "f la?*k of . > Id? i ? ? I ? fare up > ? Bt? ni.i.x ait ho ,i , Hi xx.i? ..!.,,, ,, ,| ,,, , ? ? ,.i th? ' polfc*? and ftern? 'v . broughl be ,i i-. nbei - The < 'oroner In ,',?,,,.. i hat he did not hav. to . . .1 !.. I.. ? .i,... ho in1?:''' .,, . - \ ..i?, i - murder, and tated that h? was will? a II.IIIII..I ?n "''??I i-a??. I< IHN PlJRRl >Y MITCHEL. Who i- In Bt Hospital, - '? from a ?up| >-: mild attack of I r. ? ,..? MAURETANIA HARD AGROUND Snaps Anchor Chain in Mersey? May Not Sail Saturday. Liver].l. Dec 5 Dui Ing i h ill gal ? in-, nlghl the ?'unard lin? r ,. .1 her am hor ? h tin and swung across the Mersey. She ground?ed near . ? \l\ efforta up to the present have ?? tmer. li li he ? ill nol i"- able to sail Satur ? - POSTAL STRIKE NOW FEARED British Employes Meet Next Sunday to Settle Plans. I n. ?? ii.i- to Th? Trll "London, Dee, h\ In addition to the other labor troubl?*-* whit h tl reach s crisis al fj*hrtetmastlde, this countrj is noy, me ia?*< d ??? th i ? ?v' general striM of lbs *.?>.-t.-?i ?-? I during the heigrh*. oi th?* f. An Important c*onf? fhi postsl employes ?> ill be held I nexl Snii'ia?.. to ?';.-"?? ?-n an Imm dlats ? t lbs servie? men. A SURPRISE FOR AMERICA In Marjorie Dennis. Eleven Years Old, Says London "Standard." rB' i ? ? mc ! ?London, Pec. : Miss Marjorie ?Den? nls, el, ira old and des?rib?*-d as .i potential prims donn ? ? srksble ability, '?Hi sail, says "The Standard," earls in January for America There she will definitely hepin a career rhat seems likelj to d? ..n?? of world-wide Importance R. L. BEECKMAN FOR SENATE He May Succeed Wetmore, New? port Politician;--. Hear. i ?,..,? ph toi I Newport, R. I I'.- ft Tl it k Llv ! Ines,?" B.kman, of this ? It- and i member of th" ?social . ploni , is to i e the su? r?esi or ol United st.it. - Senator rjeorge Peabod) w.-tm??-? wh?en the 1st? ter n tires, al th, ? i plratlon of his i r, s enl term, Is th.- understanding In politi , ,i circles here, Senator Wetmore an? noun? .-?I recentl) thai hi would n<?t again he a <an?!i?iit'. and Immedl I the name of Mr. ?3-eeclcman was men? tioned Mr Beeckman ha prominent membei of th<- Republican party ??f xhe etate for some tlm? For the last m.? -.?.?"s he has represented ,Vewp?t>rt In I the state Legl itui ihe re? ent ? ? lion he s h chosen ? I lor. INSPECTED PANAMA CANAL British Army Officer'g Report May Affect Jamaica Forts. Kingston, Jamaica, r??*' ,! Whoti *\r Bydnej Olivier, ?Governor of Jamal? ? I Ihe Panama ? 'anal ?Zone h, a is a?. ompanii d b] i i? tenant ? 'olonel IVyndham, s military authority, who Is hi; i he IJoveri tary. As s rule, however, onlj men of Itern rank are api olnt-wl secrel irle? to colonial e? i ernora It Is rii'u learned l ha? Lieutenant l'o a in I *A yti'i am v ill make a reporl on his Inspe, lion ol tbe*v anal which is llkeb to have .-m Important b??aring un the i roj os ?i ? ?ten Ion of fortlflcatloi Jams THE PROGRESSIVE HOPE A Break in the Convention Then Roosevelt or La Follette. .-i Paul i. ? ' ,;' '"''' "r \ ?a ai k S .i adilr? --? It? .m |*rogn ' i.i. .-..rn Progr? ? ' 'l'ii?,..i.ii. i;.,,,., i ell woul I not dale for tlie Presld? ntl il n in Inatlon ????.i, imfj :,...- ild Mi , n-? .i. in the -1 ippeni n,, in-t . rj will i< tot Room ?.? it. I i' Im him' thm? his suppoit '?' '"' ' ' -??-? KING GEORGE REACHES DELHI. i*itii India, I?-? ? Kl I " tit-re this ?n Drvvev-. "Brut Cuver" I ?' "Spenal Sr i i , W(l,r ,, i, now . Il f t., ?. ... ' FultoB St., N.l AM IN PURROY MITCHEL " : TAKEN ?O HOSPITAL President of Board of Aldermen Suffering from Mild Attack of Typhoid Fever. NOT SERIOUS. SAYS WIFE Health Never of the Best, His Physicians Deem It Wise to Place Him Where He Can Have Best of Care. ? ?Purroj ?Ml chel, Presiden! ???fjthe boArd of Aldermen, waa taken in . i hu?an? e from his home, No ?SOB West ? ?"tii street, to St. Luke's Hospital ves terda? n li ?believed that he a typhoid fever, although taken SO far have pro dure?! negative results. '''? - lei ' M ti - en m ?good ?ulfering often ind lnt?er n-.iuent fever Durini tin- trying lays when the 1912 budg, I ?? in ide up h? und It ne 'ess ir\ ? and rest, bul he kei., at the job u was done About tw days ego T h?' develo] ? Id and hs i ? \ day 01 -, igo l ?r Martin J. 1 nvv.-r. ? \-,, :;?.ih. Broads mil] physi rig ty] ' er, ? railed In mbert, an eminent dlag ?.1 ? ted, Mood test s have not di . the < hut the sev? n-day th? y might develop has nol i ? ? i ?the,- Bymptoms, ;er that || was d? ??.. i ,,, tske the i stlent to the hosi Ital, .. i. i !?? ? re ? omforl . than in his small B] .irtrnent ?I, -a not ti ' x!" Mil : ijglj ill." .?aid Ml I Mit' hel last he 1 ' I It le in a mild form, it. - i ful, and .I'lk.-d with ,,. pttal this ? ifiti hel, s ho if only thlfi ' I || the -' man ? ho He ? ?me int.' lesloner of A?c ? i - and two made the fusion ? andl ,].,(. ol the Boarf of He has mads i n ord f- t ?that office in so far as the membership r,i of Estli gone In aeeressiie and lesdlng i ist summer a ? ne. fr."ii his wound, nt MM M fig hting nui and gamhllng t the city. M f did t and ? ? ? . . ? ndlj i r i ?a ? er - ild last n ghl i hsl rering fi mild at ? i idi? ? ' ? President ol tii. i'., ird ?'.' \Id? rmm ? ferlng ? his patlenl - Dr. 11\\ \, r ?i?" lared Mr I noi in ,i -. rlo is i ondli"m and in n?i T1LLMAN MADE THE RATE Refused to Pay Cah Driver More Than a Quarter. ?\ ,i Iman ol ..... ., I n him. an? ? \\ hit? H ? | : -. ,1 OUI "i?i :i i -i .u the .; . -vi,, rat, ? w ,,.?' ? ?Il t.. ' White ll v laid the cahican 'you tl the rat< Uli It I.??, tOO ,nl I \\..i ' ' II ?-. ' . Milk. .1 the w hite Hour-?? ?ffli ? th? i ibm in i mm? d a. ' bul k? pi th. quarter. I i i ?il. s. rnmrn ON HAS RM : Federal Government Keeps Clos i Watch en Movements of Labor Federation Head, Says Dis? trict Attorney. ACTIVITY IN IMOIANAPOtf . Probcrs Got Lottery T.d LVewi iper Olippingi Lndicatiiig r*Tc afamara P-ots Were Na? tional In fcope M rji>?>:??ccnn ?^ toned. Indi i gov ernmenl h I . tri'.x-. menta of Samuel ?lo-ir | ' ? ? tion ?if f..i ? t itat ?\1 torn? ? of i ,n?i Pro Bak? ? The "risM ?? i about th? 1 ? lie count were att? I prevent th nlng | da obtaine? m a raid .?i i of th*? interna of Bridge and Strurt ural Iron Worker?, when J. J. M? N'a. i, mi' ira i Prose? it? r Baker adm ? it ha cog d m ith ? lomi ? ' h?? in I tends to make a second vtatt noxt Juan In l-.-i?!'. to Mr (tampers, who ?ah tho Distrt*** ?attorney trai impertmont Mi. Miller said: "Mr '; ? slats ih.it hi? pr,-?iti?-?i . ure and his .?' ? ? -it, r?u h>- la v? ry i? nder ??.?*? hi '. T. ?IllMf .1 \?po-, '" tft statemenl th? Mi \.?m.?n brotl ? tuae I was quoted as sax ins that in m;. Opinion, ?Oompei nnsafi i h- rery passionately exctaln?. th it bo la ' l afraid of being proas it? 'Mr (tampers and the proseeutlng at ( Marlon C< mtj can, if the; will, ? ? ...... their 'Wai hirsrt'.r bout si? \ * ? ?i^mon made b) I? men mi psary for tl I cut? ? v ishli i I ,i Indians ire i I ???? "Mr. G Vi It? d 81 this j ???ill n? ' hesita! - t.. pr< i and th" law i leari** his tify th" pro* ntl? n ' Says Dynamitin j Waa National. Mi' rill be ready to | ?nittn? ? It ,,. moni, in this In tha ? of th? " ? i ten t. ?i building. Tl and j apt ffflop? of P ? Th*' ? if the ? newspaper clli ?yiug* ? I the co ?fossfnn ??. Mania J? tin J. Mr! n lulred t? 'i - int; of th? hid to be ftt?--d ?'ith ? tiaai? ? \i. lob " In the mat ? of? ...I 11 ?? r ? m ??re r ??;. pings as . rs x' ith whit h ' * ? f ? i In? losed it ' Mnnlgal was by ii ly por? r?n who x\,i^ ?-. nding thai In lottrr.? now In p I the I \ ? mm? ? ? are < llppings other explosiona than th I off"' !?- x. ? ? tnd J B M? N ?"! If i ami that the loir, rs ? fer to th? se Among th? oth? r Imi letterg -, 1", and Li Which id a man ? ? ? x' .?rd "Job," 11 la I? ? 1 util ? big flgure m t??? . ?so? hsraaultei Th? tr.Ktiir.'i' Iron work?*****) had a ? nd ?x hi? li ran up mt<*> tb?a <?*. -11 ? .. .1 na?4 i?.en ? ??! ? rn ? ? . ? ? Iting. 11 ' Hockh ih? ,i??. the iroi ? 1 .?a be .in. til the five years have i Subporn.Tj far Wltnen???? Uat.eH ' 1 .?? i. .i ? 'I.IC i sued i i . , M to <iK Lett? x " ?-i,ni tural iron \\ ? ? ' to I tho ex? "?? 9, I ? ix aabl the board 1 ? ? >" itder ; I. I ?? *-?? ihe of th? us': tary, If a ? I" I. . | it x? t'i.?i ?h? week of i.,. ember 11 x?.?"'.! be de* oted hj .i?, tu whether ulh?*i ?*.? .? ?mi .?rti..|