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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1.9, 1914.
" AsrflER BIO CROWD "HITS THE TRAIL" AT ; SUNDAY'SMEETING Sermon on "Tortures of Hell" Wins 350 Converts. Hits "Booze" Again and Big Audience Cheers. DES MOINES, la., Dec. IS. If there ire Any one In the great. audience of 10,004 wljlch packed the tabernacle last night who had any doubts and mleglv Ingstos to the nature of hell ho was speedily disillusioned by Evangelist Billy Sunday, whose nalntlnft ot the lower re gions was scarcely less forceful than that of Dpre or Milton. With the exception of his "boose" sermon, last night's talk on liell was one ot in most powerful ermons the evangelist has delivered since coming to Des otolites. At the conclusion ot Sunday's forceful remarks, 330 persons came tearing down the sawdust trail. Onu ot the features of the service was that the sermon alunu was responsible for the conversion ot tilne-tenlhs ot those who Fat In "glory row." The singing had Just begun and the pen. trial workers scarcely had hnd time to "got busy" before tho greater number of the converts had "hit the trail." Billy, for once, uttered not a word of exhortation from the time he ex tended the Invitation until- the close of the meeting. He scored the theories ot certain scuts that hell Is not a place of torture. He declared that the Bible says there Is one and "that's enough." If It says hell, it means hell, don't it? the evangelist risked, and the crowd showed Its npprovalN by applauding, "what do you cam winit kind of torture it is, so long as It's tor turo:" The "booze" Industry failed in escaping a closing blast from Sunday's broadsides. "Rhody" read n resolution adopted by the Carpenters' Union favoring the clos ing of the saloons nnd approving of Sun day's condemnation of the tranic. The crowd cheered nnd called for "Do Brew ers' Big Hoese.'," which was sung to thu accompaniment Of a steam whistle and a. large bell, while the audience went wild, The temperance song has never failed to win approval and has been one of Sunday's powerful shots against the sa loon forces. So It was again last night. lie read the doom of the tralflc In words just as forceful as he used In painting the ploture of hell's tortures. Two services today and four tomorrow will close tho Sunday campaign in Des Moines. Two services will be held Sun day evening, one for the church mem bers early In the evening and' the sctond and closing one in the big tabernacle. The Sunday party will leave Immediately following the close of this service. After a short stay In Chicago, Sunday will go on to AVInnna Lake. Ind., his home, where his mother has been seriously III for some time. There have been almost 1000 persons converted the last two days, bringing the total number of converts In this city up to almost 11,000. HOME INMATE RECAPTURED Woman Scales Seven-foot Fence nnd Walks Five .Miles Home, Jf A woman, after scaling" a . seven-foot fence and walking five miles alone through the darkness to escape prison. It again a prisoner today. She Is Edith Moore, 33 years old, an Inmattr of the Court Aid Society's Home, 17th and Summer streets. Late yester day afternoon she was. hanging clothe3 In the yard of the Institution. When the matron's attention was momentarily de tracted, the woman ecated the board fence and disappeared. Slio walked nil the way to her home, 126 Ilansberry street, Germantown, where she was rearrested by Policemen Tlust and Irelan. of the Germantown station. POLICEMAN FACES ASSAILANTS Attacked by Seven Negroes, Officer Makes Arrest. Policeman Samuel Ilulin, attacked by seven Negroe3 armed with beer bottles when he arretted one of their number shortly before midnight, was warmly commended by Lieutenant Myers at roll calrat the 15th and Locust streets sta tion today, Huhn went to 91" Hamilton street at the Ute hour and arrested Earl Hamilton, 21 years old. The Negro's friends at tacked Huhti, but the policeman escaped with his prisoner. Hamilton, who Is known to the police, was held In $600 ball by Magistrate Xlooney, charged with being a suspicious character. - WALKS OFF SUBWAY PLATFORM "Michael IteMy In Serious Condition After Accident. Michael Itellly, 25 years old, whose nd . dress the police have been unable to learn. Is In a serious condition In the Medlco-Chirurglcat Hospital, after walk ing oft the platform ot the 2Uh and Mar ket streets subway station early this morning. He was Intoxicated at the time, the police say. When Retlly fell his screams attracted the guard. No one else was Int the station and the guard had considerable difficulty in lifting the unconscious man to the platform again. Luckily no cars were due for some time, owing to the early hour. He suffered severe con. tuilona of the body and probably con cusJion of'the brain. BELGIANS HAVE QBN. SUPPLIES Food Ship Arrived at Botterdam Yesterday. Hungry little Belgian mouths are now being fed with milk sent from this elty on the Norwegian steamship Orn, The vessel arrived at Rotterdam yesterday and the work of distributing the 1900 tons of cargo was begun Immediately. ttork of loading the Fewoa and In tiutr., the ililrd ai.d fourth, relief ship to leave this k u being rushed, it is expected that the Perrons, will get y earls ntt week and the Industry en Christmas Pve. SB KEaOHTS racasq M9uxTAiag,jEAJ TOBOGGANING at BUCK HILL THE PR1NCB GEORGE ? l. vy " A AOUiOMd ;W sVrvtca. . JAtmwmim:. ma. ROOM WTH BATH II SU HOTEL Bl'RBBllKiE mmtm HUSH -l -:- j .- . ,S K- Bssss9i . Vjtvjf SB&r - l'hotj by Uun.i w . CHARLES HEMRY DOUGHERTY CHARLES H. DOUGHERTY DEAD Ho Wns for Many Yours Prominent in Democratic- Party. Charles Henry DoUgncrty, "8 years old, former treasurer of tho Democratic Cam paign Committee and prominent years ago in Pennsylvania Democratic politics, died yesterday after a brief illness. Ills death occurred; at the home ot his daughter, Jtrs. 1' D. Stovcll. of S2I South 2lst srect. Mr. Dougherty had apartments at the Bcllcvue-Stratford. For somo time ho had been suffering from hpart fouble. He wna a brother of the Iftlc l-'raitcls M. Dougherty, who for years was acei clary of the Kalrmotint Tork Commission, nnd also n brother ot the late Alderman . W, Dougherty. When Secretary of State -ryan was a candidate for President .Mr. Dougherty acted as treasurer of 'tho Democratic Campaign Committee. Mr. Dougherty Is survived by two daughters. He was n member of the old Ameilcus Club, tho Democratic) Club and other organizations, The funeral will be pilvate. FORT DALLAS WIDE PIAZZAS PRIVATE BATHS REFINED PATRONAGE alcyon AUAAll, FLA. On Biscayne Bay and the Sea AW PERN FIREPROOF STRUCTURE Open from November to May Bookltt' and .'ale on Ajp!i((om. M, H. MARCH C, C. BRYANT Man'g Director Assistant Mgr. The Plaza Hotel AT Rockledge, Florida will open (or the iton oq December 15. Durlag the P VT a Urge turn ot mny has been spent on It, aiiil.lt ranks among the raoec comfortabU and home like hotels on the Bast Ceail. Tt h been renovated and redecorated through out! "w baths have been added and tb plumblnr ! ot the most modern sod sani tary type; stesn) heat and every modern eenvtnlenoe weeallf , throughout. The water Is supplied from an aruilan well 10OO feet flaw tb lUfUct of tne terth, sad l onUrfnll. P"r and refrethlor A coipctHt etief will 5wlJ over the cuilary deparuneat and hJtfa undrd of xeelloiM.e will be faahtUUet) tbrougb aut, epecMU to tfgsrds to the itbi sad erle. Special weekly ri. jkpoiiei. STANTON BCKi.t8KIK. rrovle(or. Seaside Inn Daytona Beach, Fla, Situated on bMtjei; B4eca fally tutMi ItautlHtN wxjkUg-; freeb vega UUe. UUUS, boaUiiff iMd kir, Fmr rat mt boolMet write, J. P. SUNN HOtfeL BREAKER ' ' antuite4 diMvtly () tieack Mod ern: hot and tl ilw UeaJser SiveJ ioi culUi Uvi a4 mia ruwdiu water ta tery ewiw. Aaea 1:M per iij nui vw f ffjr " stfw3g vrMrFnpsKisM cv3afi&Mj5sS?s3ac!wt- w-,,. . " '. 'll'").. "i "m .it-A NEW SELF-LIGHTING CIGARS FOR GERMANS IN TRENCHES j "Gotta Match." Nuisance Ended by Supply ot Lato Device. The German soldiers In the Irrneh er St the Will no more piearl for mstches tor to light ttitir "rope" clrsrs, ... For the nert Cross of the Fstherlln.l Is ruin . ins to th trent , New mstrli-clgar by theuiends In theUstttl Sehnellsog cars. No more the Ingratiating tones, "jlaben 81a eln StrelchholaJ" will be hednl In he German trenches. Why? Or rather, what? Because there Is no further use tor Strclchhoelzen (matches) among the Kaiser's soldiers, except maybe for light ing fires. The Red Cross Is sending tens of thousands of match-cigars, or cigar matches, to tho German army. This clever contrivance Is nothing less than a self-lighting clgar-a perfeoto with a targe match-head at the end. When a German soldier now wants a smoke he doesn't worry his comrades for a match because he lost his supply In the Flem ish dykes or the Masurian swamps. He merely pulls out one of the new cigars, scratches It on his Invisible gray trouaer leg and smoke; It. The chemical preparation at the end of the weed does not spoil the flavor of the cigar. And even If It did tinge the puff wltli a trace of sulphur, men accustomed to the smoke of cannon In their nostrils are said not to be Inconvenienced by such n mere trifle. In the meantime Tommy Atkins con tinues to exclaim querulously, "I say, gimme a match"; the zouave asks, "Avet-vous tine allumette?" and the Cos snclt, denied his vodka, shouts Impa tiently, "Give me a matchsky! I .lest r my lait one at Scsopymsl." CARPENTER SHOP AFIRE Flames Cause Damage Estimated .at $5000. The carpenter shop of Fleischer & Sllberrr.ann. 131S North Mascher street, was damaged to the tNtent of (1003 by fire early this morning. Bursting hose kept the firemen In trouble for nearly an hour. A saloon hor valued at ITOCO and saloon doors were de stroyed. The origin of the fire Is un known. The alarm was sent In by tele phone by a citizen. While lighting the flames Ituppert Gunn. hoseman from the station at 4th street and O Irani nvenuo, was overcome by smoke. He wns sent to St. Mary's Hos pital, where he was soon revived. HOTEL Miami, Fla. High-class family hotel; modern fire proof stone building. OPEN ALL THE YEAR Mrs. Lillie L. Flanagan w... ovtuMffjoi Owner and Proprietor The St. Augustine, Fla. Delightfully situated in best section, five minutes to GqU Links; central to attractions. Ten uis, sailing, fishing, good roads for riding or driving. A. N. -BLAIR CHARLESTON, S. C. Located near the Battery, White Point Uardtne. Original Colonial furnish Inst. Modern comforH: roome sin gle or en suite; 14 prtate bathi. Magnlncent view from piaua. Houthern eooklnc, under direct supervtalon of proprie tors. Exclusive patronise. Yacht ing, fljblnf, solf, tennli and dancing, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BERTOLETT 1'.50 Room With Private Bath JJ.i.LlJ.tJJ.J-LtUJXLUA Hotel Bnrbridge JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA New Modern Fireproof Garage HOTEL HIBISCUS .ifo Fryatlnr ou Lake Worth; only reaaoaabU hotel ai Palm Utach: thoroushly soo4era. Bnelleat etUaia. uiader pereoaal siuer alon of menanint. For InlentiMton awl retervattea write a. c iNaLBsai. THE MELROSE VS 1LAKD, FLORIDA A eafMU.Ue botel (at sJe Bie until oilt w Maauoa. "&.,$?& jiaue istu. 1 T-il fla u nee week. tCOTfet SEMtNQLE "1 PtHkTA 1B8A. I-XOKIIU m t&e Untied Atatu. VHTlMi W4TIN0 WiS ts a uiai nae lona ii??:1 -'." ., '""te; "Comfort Without Extravagance" Hotel Colonial Ideal in Winter and Summer OPEN ALL THE YEAR WILLIAM E, BELL, Manager Queen Street North, Hamilton, Bermuda THREE MINUTES DISTANT FnOM STEAMER DOCK Entirely New in Construction and Equipment. Built of Bermuda Stone. Hot and Cold Running Water. Clothes Closets and Writing Desk in every Bed Room, ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 75 QUESTS American Plan, $3 Per Day and Up. Special Rates by the Week. i eon rtBSEBrATtoxa aso onisn .vaokjato.v ArriA- to Bermuda Tourist Bureau, 1180 Broadway, New York City, or Hotel Colonial, Hamilton, Bermuda Reference Miss M. E, Boswcll, Xo. 644 M. 32d St.. Philadelphia. VISIT THE SEA GARDENS i.KBt2r.?. . . nr. ,y 7,iui kwbs(.'. '. ' ;v. -T5rti.C wv M9,T 1 W llSCKr-V ,).i.m.wwm,..i--ii . i i ii View the wonderful thlnas under the ' tile wonderrui tliinas unacr tne (weather permlttlnB). in ,00 IIUUNII TllIP 11.00, Tickets l Krequcn ml KxcuMlons to flt. lleorse In the steamer "uorona.- .... . . . - L. inw tn.AA ail TaIi1i1 Claamara fni- lilt. liTtriirillOll SlPninCrP, " . " em m a- -! v unm..o t T1IK 1IEKMUUA TltAXSfUnyATlON CO. THE STANDARD PHARMACY (Ye: lo .tmertcail llouit) HAMILTON, BERMUDA REGISTERED PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Prescription Department under tho supervision of a graduate of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, registered in Pennsylvania. A full line of drugs, toilet articles and souvenirs. Agents for Whitman Candies. Dispensers of absolutely pure ice cream Sodas and other refreshing beverages. I fie1little(rccn2Boar U ""ivfiua Tini II MI',W j Go Inrouifii thin noor u it the leu brick steps and follow the path lo the Tea Home, where you will be served ! wltn afternoon na. unuer un mm I boos ti' the side ot the water, or j within the Tea Home. -v Strawberries and Cream In Season I SIAHK TWAIN. WILLIAM II. HOWKI.l.a and JOHN MAUT1N. the Chlldren'a Friend, made litis Tea ! Garden thilr favorite haunt when In Hermuda. mi: omr.iNAi. HKUMUIIA TKA IIOUHrl r.JM03SS(ms-i'S.w;v;'.. .18 amasssssi86K.c Point Pleasant Hotel HAMILT6N, BERMUDA "A Home, Away From Home" Located directly on the water, only three minutes' walk from steamer wharf. Spacious veran das and sun parlors. Especial attention given to the table. Boating. Bathing and Fishing at the door. Send for booklet. Rates $3 Per Day and Up Look lor Our Porter at VFharJ Home cooking and homo atmosphere. J. D. CUTTER, Proprietor ;iWWiwtirMisfTirWffiiTif-giKvia8 ABiOTSFORB Open all the jear, Tel. S5t, llrrauda. Elrlc Lvnde Moore, Proprietor, TouHlIf art tuv'Hfd to villi our klilorlo home, a reproduction 0 Sir Tfaller flcotl'e Ilomi. A well-ordered Family Hotel In 3 arrea of shady lawns; electrlo Ilihts; bountiful supply of waterr free bathe j 12 minute' walk frem steamer landing-; porters meet all steamers. St.OO Per naj and Cp HOTEL, ST, GEORGE BT, AlUUbl'lNE. fLOUIUA Elevator, eteam' heat, eleotrla llfhts; csterln lo select patronsie. Oolf. (ennlt, tiding-, drivtnr. motorlnr, ninnlns. (Khlnar. ealirnr, blhlnj. Omnibus mtets all train, Btouut i'kank 11. nuni.r.v ilolil Csloatol. 4turv Park. N. J. THE GENEVA SE.BBEZK. FLORIDA Nicely eltuated, ntlautu to oceaa. Modern, f rival hatha KAal palroa (. Rate IS. 50 per day. MHS, E. T. STtlOLE. T s LA POSADA T. JkVQimitjK, V1.01HDA. A Quiet. Mftawltimii, boxnilu ttouu: lUoroushly tjaavati. New aaaac ment Hetes t pa; U9 per west MHS. II. DBYO. COLONIAL HOTEL ST. AUGU8WS. FI.OHtU. D.uuiyii Oatee. etl aijMi uU city t ur ft yUaw. airy reosM ool BaokUt DUNHAM HOUSE sr aluuktimii. flohiua lit ;. Ma( maoaJulieut vUw r 1 1 ....m!..Z.....Z.m",j '- 'iv?sfisss&iawii n . h 71 ly ttiHU4 ft k UiW' i ' . I ,!l PA .dlA tN" TUB NEW KXOUnSlOS STHAMEItS "PRINCESS" '4 Authorised lo carry 1000 rn- Ecrs. Suatalnetl Speed IS Knots per Hour. "CORONA" Authorized to carry MO paMen sers. SuslnlnnJ Breed IS knmi npr iiniir. sea, in winier iripi oner or iw summer at frequent Interval. on le ! Hie I'urser on the at sea. In winter trlpi once or twice dally steamer. I Hotel Inverurie . Paget, Bermuda 1 Directly on Water Front of Hamilton Harbor OPEN ALL YEAR Modern Throughout Rates $3 Per Day V Rooms With Bath i'j Description Vooldel Si C. M. JOHNSON : : i Manaoer S tasssK-s!r.-r'i,;-..,. ;u.: ?.i:-5i Cable Address: "Scaur, Bermuda" Telephone Call 49 SCAUR LODGE Somerset Bridge, Bermuda Ideally located, overlookinir the ocean. Spacious veranda, home-like ap pointments, unexcelled cuisine, mod erate rates. SHORE DINNERS A SPECIALTY. F. A, BALCH Proprietor TO BICYCLISTS Metropolitan Bicycle Livery QUEEN STREET HAMILTON, BERMUDA Bicycles to hlra by the hour, day, week or month, 25o per hour Two hours, Sc Half day, 60c On day, $1,00 S3 per week $10 per month Special Rale or Aeajot Corner House HAMILTON, BERMUDA Private board for refined people. Central to all attractions. Bates $12 up. MRS. OCTAVIUS DARRELL HARMONY HALI Weat Paget, Bermuda1-' OPKN AIL VEArt I.arje airy, auruiy rom: het ad cU oattu. 5 mluute to Beach; Burt Bath-In-. TaM supplied Cram our own satdea, preah ash from the t.a. Atiemcoa teas; slrawBefrle. etc. Free tMBtBMta. tlen from boat landlnr. Rataa Itsl pir lay; Hi per week up. Ctalkre twnlee 19 year ball rate. W. CLAHK.VCE JAUEWj. Prep. $ i IV. Ilmst TlmvAlIrn -Mhh.-.. Z R, D. WHITTER JEWELER Victoria Black, Qumb St., Hamilton, Bwmud Ualar iu wT6HBu,o Wvn CWKS aui PtATfO WAAf. sjKAMEt eoofS c Muvvn. ;Te CAOLB AUDllRSS, 8T I MWWWWII III W WW MM-WM 111 LI I I I .IIH.H I II H ' , l,IWjhl. asBi (aassssssssssssssssffi'I TiSiTrMrilBsMBr ,JrHrTlTifcrrrBaSf aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK i, c . , v' l) MBlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiBSSSiBSSil -t,UMl,iwiwunw,Jl- i.n.i BWW,i,llllJlllllil,milllllii.llii)WlWFH,KWWWllllll."W The St. George Hotel ON ROSE HILL, 100 FEET ABOVE THE SEA One of the finest locations In Bermuda, New fireproof alone structure; large vernnda: sun parlor; ballroom. Rooms large and wall furnished i many with prlvato baths; perfect sanitation. Twelve acres of grounds; terraced lawns and proves overlooking; St. Oconee's Harbor and th octan. Tennis courts, golf links, cricket Meld. Opportunity for batnlns, bo&t ItiR nnd Ashing. American plan, S3.00 per day and up. Booklet M. DAULMANNi Grasmere - By - the - .'iv " '" l ' r?WF' t'''? "w5?a bellglittully looatetl, IS tnlnutci from the city, on a l'Jacr estat wltliln 'JM feet ot the ocfnti. tlAthlne, hoatlns-, corlne and Dahlns directly at hand. Picturesque walk nmld spreading- cedar trees, nfectrlc lights, modem Improvements, treth and salt naler In tlie liouai. Table uptlled with vegetable, atrawberrlt, milk and eta from Grotmere Farm. Situated within 10 minutes' walk ot the Oolr Mnk. Strictly first claim. Write for term nnil descriptive booklet. N. K. LUSHER, rroprltlor. Bermuda Bungalows and Cottages for Rent Choice rottaces, bunga low, villas, house, win ter and summer home fully furnished and .un tarnished, neautlful hill top. Inland. Mtashore, ivuter-vlew and water front locations. Carefully rratrlcted residential Ite. Building lots, term, acreage. Furnish--d room at attractive nles. Write for booklet to f" T tf tsaai. Ill I ( 11iX1L YjITTi . . - " i EDWIN G. RUSSELL, Real Estate Hamilton "Viciorin lllock" (ovvoslto steamer icharf) CABLK ADDRESS, EORUSSELL,, BERMUDA I dummerside Hotel t J SOMEKSET. BERaiUDA : K fl Jfe':v?s'v i ""f?&jMK3M .z MwnrmuT&ifxx.iiFszteit-rwjzxrairvMi m jj I LVri? "faart, idSriL. ' . . SV VI JTJfTssK)sssWssssil T V IfcififfigWafK '- . ? V'-WsIssbbbbbbKssH i' a ' J Ono of the moat tttautltul spots In Bermuda; a snd pluce lo live; rate moderate; telephone appointment for luncheon, of'.einoun teas and supper, strawberrlet and cream In euou; ref erence at hutel desk. A most beautiful drive of one um! oiie-half hour from Hamilton or one-half liaur delightful journey through the leluuda by ateani ferry. Hy requejt tarrlagea will meet the Ruest at ferry tannine. Mvery In connection (iood bnthlnff, flshlne. I- LEICESTER CURTIS, Proprietor Telephone 0 .ji.jjiiijiyiHi;! BuenaVista Hotel and Cottages 43' PAGET : BERMUDA on Hamilton Harbor opposite Hamilton City. Giving a Magnificent View of the Harbor. Ferry to Hotel Now up-to-date hotel; modern sanitary conveniences; electric lights; priyateand public baths; bathinp, boating and fishing; own gardens. Every Comfort for the Tourist Halt o AfiHealiot GEO, H. LESEUR Proprietor Thos. J. Wadson & Son Hamilton, Bermuda Bicycles to Hire by tho hour, tlay, -week or month. AIRL, GINGER and RALEIGH MACHINES USED New Bicyelss eaael Mason. HfAachM QUEEN STREET Opposite New Windsor Hotel CHUflCH STREET Opposite HamHton Hotel PROCESS HOTEL, HAMIUTQN. 1BRSIUDA BEAyTlrJUt-UY WTUATED NEAR VITB1A PARK LABfl. ARY R4Qt tlOMHM TMfMIMMVr fiV9C T9 U. TTtUTsON mVAMHivma H &c. iV9t : : PncrittiM UEonaE, BKnMt DA Sea EST Bermuda Bermuda V) '","(, ; ,J lyiywyiysyytyg Hotel 4 Imperial Hamilton, Bermuda Delightfully situated. Central i.- io an attractions. Modern throughout. Catering to dis- criminating people. Rooms single, tn suite with private baths, , -vv Large Sun Parlor Ball Room NOTED FOR HIGH STANDARD OF ITS CUISINE Ilooldct. n. It. Buckler, ita,:aorf. -?nm'-ln,',AjV'lJJV.vfM-.'-X--Art The Little Green Shop Queen Street, Hamilton (OppotUe the .Vcic Windsor Ilettii Souvenirs Made by Bermudians From Products of the Islands, Baskets Carved Calabashes 'Laces Embroideries Shell Work Paintings of the Islands by Local Artists THE BRANCH lUpitoxltr Holt le-HIr Vrrii FRONT STREET Strictly First-Class Family. Hott4 Centrally Located Magnificent View of Harbor Modern Improvements; no bar: boins! eoeklBz; boating, bathing and. fUhlaa. Terms It per day, Jit par week. VV. H. 6PURQE. PreprletOf. BEVERLEY Iaget,West Bennuda iteaU law tiuU4 es itmlHsrt Karsw. awwamodMs ipjej WMsf 9t V1 ttasaUM twsftta 0o4 sitwH ot 'rwto warg. fto ..a tatbto. UaMMC m4 aWwt jrrrj Xa Usjsjitac is 1 stH SlaltiH- JACttSflK HltX. pjiin mil Hi i NEWSTEAD INN ssMttMUrU ; sajnBJs".1 r mm Mimmfri f wm mm i . F tm i: i K Ml i B. WC m!3mm5Xmm t. IK Ml, I M U-ii "O i