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tinues Rather Dull. PRICES TAKE UPWARD MOVE Uncertainty of Decision of the Su? preme Court in American Tobacco Csi<- M*e Seme Oear.ng?Business Almcct Wholly With Professional?. fJBj A? .1 it..l PrseaJ NEW YORK, K I*. rk? Hio-k M i; 111.; !? . .-liay was :n.l changed t f'?iiil.iii, from the dull and drifting li;(..kois , . . wi t h The rise in l?:iees was too eomplenu nt of 'he fan in Saturday, which was bm>rd u" the pi^'Mibi! tj ilia' the Supreme Court would baud down u deeoton toilay m the American tobacco ease. The oleatjn-r up of tills uncertainty with the dfaaoelt on 11 the case will be wel aannssj all through the financial world. Various hnpi enlnsts wer.' pns.ied Jn view and eaovaaaed today for thew bean: -; i ii raluea arlth the hope of inducing a me nxivem< nt of prices. The market remained, however, al- j iresi wholh !,; p<ole.;siima| hands. S*me of the bear covering of shorts may have hataj due tn moderation of. ? the (train Ig the Philadelphia aleua t'on. The labor altuation there le view more -or Iis possible sympathet? ic teaVseac* on the dlapnlea between the rail..mis and rarlons branrhes of lha Iralamen than f< r its own import? ance. The crops, also came In for OonA*deration and the strength of the wheat market gave force to the furth? er report* weather da mag?- to the winter cn p. There v\.-:s nothing decisive enough from ;!)? hrofe and steel trade to shape smdottlattve operation definitely, but aNhthfeu-nl in thai industry was per? cept!: i> more cheerful than earlier In tit. month and this was a factor In the Brra ?ndert one <f the ftock market Tlie feature in the money and ex tJamJafe market was the further Sd vanie ii. i lorelj'.n exchange rates aw fore the demand for remittance for pa.vmer.t at paattuiag obligations in tendon. Time tana W New York were called Armer, Itonds were Irre.riilnr. Total sales, ?par value. H,0S9,Kt. Cnitod S::.!cs bonds were unchang? ed 'n oah, Tctal rales. HUM shares, loelud i'":: Sugar. 2.7iMi; Tobacco, lit: At mallfl ('"..st Una, Mn; Chesapeake a OhiO, JJ>00; Ls>. Isville & Nashville, S.bMi; Norfolk & Wertern, 1,000; Keadinr. i7i.non; Besitberu Hallway, .liiO; United Mates Steel. lMJtOO; Vir? ginia Carolina Cli-inicil, 1.2is"?. Closing List. Alii- fThilaaers old . t"H Atnaliainatcd Copper.76% American Agricultural .4114 Aaaerleal Bool Su^ar.3? America:i Can ; fd . 7? America,! Cjr & Found r v . t;s?4 Aitsnrltaa Cotton 60 .6C Amnrtcaa ? :<? m Leather n'd ? Id American Ice Bet HI Uli I.2.'t Amsili as Unetud . The Barler Ideal v Oil Heater* l be "Uly I ? OS UM mar K* > guaranteed 11><t to ?m? il in .,nii ki ii insures, your home r> i life against cold roonas ami gtyi quli '* hi .il?iful heat. . ty woman should try a liar i. r in bar home Saves work. me, \ ta bmmmi Pi ices. $4, $550. $6. $8, and $11, According to Size. M. H. LASH I C803 5 7 Washington Ave. Ann nun lxxoinotfve .... ... 50% American Smelting ft Rcfin ... N aJBjorkau Qiaoitln ? Reti? pfd tfl Aaierieaa Sugar Refining ,.127 Am. rtoaa Tel A Tel. . ..,.140% Aatarieta TAobsaoco pM ? .93% Aw liaaa Woo lea.,.36 Amu omla Mining Co. . Atchlson. 115% Atelii.-'i-n I'fd.in;t% Atlantic Coast Line.?. 1 atjf RaltlaWM? ft Ohio.111% rtalllaiOl? Ar Ohio i>rd.91% ll.-thlehem SI. el .30 Itio.klyn Rapid Transit .76% Canadian Pacitht .182% Caatraj Leather.43% OaOAral l.eath??r pad .108% Central of New Jersey.290 'Chesapeake & Ohio .84 Chicago ft Alton .58 Chicago Great Western .31% Chicago? North Western, .I.Vi% Chicago. Mil ft St. Paul .14."?% C . C . C. ft St. Uiuls.79 Col radfl Fuel ft Iron .39% ('. k iado ft So'thorn .83% Colorado ft Southern 1st pfd ... 80 Colorado A Southern 2nd pfd ... 79 ! Casolidated Gas .145 [CcTn Products.18 Delaware ft Hudson.174 PaOWl i ft Rio Grande.10% Denver ft Rio Grande pfd _79% Distillers' Securities .31% Krie .29% Me 1st pfd.46% Krio 2nd pfd.36 QaaaraJ Kiectric.134% Great Northein pfd .137 Great Nc rthein Ore Ctfs.6914 11 lionis Central .142 lnferlx rough Met.22 Int.rborough-Mct. pfd .34% ''.nter. Harvester.91% Inter-Marine pfd.21% International Paper.188% International Pump.47% low? Central.23 Kansas Cttjf Southern .37% Kansas City South.rn pfd.?9% Louisville ft Nashville.131% Minneapolis ft St. I/wls.42 Minn., Ht. P. ft <;nult St. M. ...142% Missouri Pacific.71 Mleecuri, Kansas ft Texas .. .. 43 M asouri. Kansas ft Texas pfd 71% Nntlonal HIscult.107% National Lead.82% Naii Hys. of Mexico 1st pfd ... 62 N.-w VorJt (Vntral .121% Now York, Ontario ft We?tern . 44 Norfolk ft Western .100% North American .78% North.? Pacific .136 Pacific Mall .30% Pennsylvania.134 People h Gas .110% Pittshiirg. C C. ft St. Louis ...102% rriiari Steel Car.42% Piluiun Palace Car.193 Railway Steel Spring .40% Reading .167 Republic Steel .f.. . 38% Republic St?el pfd .1?1 Hock Island Co.-~. 48% Rock Island Co. pfd .85 94 L?ssig ft .San Fran. 2nd pfd . 60 ?t Louis Southwestern .28% St. I.ouls Southwestern | fd - <2% mjomg Sheffield Steel ft Iron ... 7.'i% Southern Pacific.12?% Southern Railway .29 Houttie-in Railway pfd .63 Tennessee Copper.33% Texas ft PaWst? .29% Toledo. St Uqada ft West . 44 Toledo. 8L Louis ft West, pfd . 66% I'nlcn Pacific.188 I'nlcn Pacific pfd.101 I nlted States Realty.74 Halted States Rubber. 44% Dadtad States Steel .81% I'nlted States Steel pfd .120 Utah Copper.49% Virginia CaioMna Chemical ... 54% Wabash .21% Wahash pfd .46% Western Maryland . 48% Westinghouse Electric.71 Western I'nlon .... .78 Wheeling ft l^ake Krie. 5% Wisconsin Central .49 Plttstirrg Coal .21% American Ste? 1 Ponndry . 61% Tennessee Steel Foundry . 61% Culled Dry Goods .118 I.aclede Gas. .?.102% Treasury Statement. WASHINGTON. I>. C Feb. 28.? The condition ol the treasury at the beginning of business today was as follows: Tiust funds: Gold coin. ?85S.212.869. Siher dollars. $48.'..775.0(Ml. fOvat dollars or 1X90, }3.S5o,0t?0. Sil vc r certificates outstanding. ?1Kr..77."..00O. General fund: Standard silver dollair, in general fund. ?r..s;i:..38i. CanOBt liabilities, $98.443.683. Working balance in treasury offices. ttuLdtt.itr In banks to credit of treasurrr ot the Fnited States. $3.1.918.080. Subsidiary silver coin. $21.293.312. Minor coin, $l.lt;9,.">l7. Tctal balance in general fund. $81. 219.69.". New York Money Market. NKW YORK. Fob. 28? Money on call, 2%a.l: ruling rate, 2%; closing bid, 2%: offered at 3 i>er cent; time To prove 'tis great value as a hair beautifier we want to give you, together with our book about the hair, a regular 25c bottle of Woodbury's COMBINATION Hair Tonic Simplv fill out the cou? pon and mail it to-day (enclose ten rents to sh<TW irood fa;:h>. and th < lx>ttlc v. i? Sc dc i'verd to you free. r the ?|ucsti'>n< <.n the cowp>on and a YVor>sJbnry Coa<p?ay i list v ill write y?ni a U-ficr rcll:;t? JPOB whzt tu do if >*ou * abun Neariy forty years' experience stand back of every bottle, different from anything you its principal nature is to and promote its healthy pn the hair from failing out, p, and removes The dial will convince you WnnAary'l Prrpwrnrwm an- prn-ijened to wrarc to toe ?periaina? at 47 W. 34th SL, N.T. tor mfoematHm ahm* live rare of .heir hair and for naWc rr^ardwt the atent of the dant, eIckst, beautiful hair. Woodbury'a Combination Hair Tonic is not a new preparation. Neither is it an experiment. It hat been u?rd hv the Specialists at the famous Wona'darr't lastitalc for over a third of a century. loans, flrra and fairly actlre; sixty daye, J% per cent, and ninety days, 3%a3% per cent; six months, 3%a4 per cent. ? Close; Prime mercantile paper. 4%a5 per cent; sterling exchange strong and closed steady with actual business In hankers' bill sat 4.84.80a 4.8490 fir alxty day bllla, and at 4.87.15 for demand. Commercial bills, 1 84%a% Bar silver. 50%; Mexican dollars. 44. Chicago Grain Market. CHICAGO, ILLS., Feb. 28?Wheat pricey advanced sharply to a new rec? ord 'n the closing hours of the ses? sion today on a wave of crop damage reports and Influential buying. Corn and oats responsive to the st-n-ngiii of wheat developed firmness, although the advance fell far short in the ma? jority of grain which made a new top piice for the crop In ail the futures. Provisions, accelerated by the higher prices for live hogs and the restrict? ed arrivals of animals at the parkins centers, leaped forwaid again, with pork in the lead and gain* d from 10 to 25 cents on the closing figures. Aitfoles Ojen High 1 jw Close Wheat? Mav .. 114% 115% 114% II5% j July .. W>7% 1??8% .107 P'8% Sept .. U'3% 104% 103 104% Corn? Mav .. ?.<?-% 66% ?5% Mil July .. ?7% f.7%- f.7 67% Sept. .. ?7% ?8 07% If Oats? May .. 17 47% 46% 47% Julv .. 41% 44% 44 44% Sept .. 41 41% 40% 41's Mess Pork, per bbi. May . . 24 40 24.75 24.40 24.55 July . . 21 50 24.70 24.47%24 5.> Lard, per 100 lbs.? May .. 13.15 13.30 13.12%13.20 July .. 13.13 13.27%13.12%13 17% Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.? May ..|12.8.'? 12.93 12.80 12.87% Julv 12.85 12.92% 12.77% 12.85 Cotton Market. NEW YORK, Feb. 28?Cotton closed %oiet, 30 points advance; m;.l Idling uplands. 14.95; middling gulf, [15.o;>.- sales. 40O bales. Fututos opened firm and closed steady. Open High Low Close March . . lt^.-^ 14.70 14.45 14 .?:.'! April .. . 14.47 14.47 14.47 14.61 Mav ?? - 1*33 14.82 14.53 14...: June .. . ? - - 14 48 July .. . 14.32 14.50 14.30 14.45 Aug. .. . 13.85 13.90 13.80 13.83 Sept. . . . 12.90 13.00 12.90 ISM Oct. .. . 12.46 12.59 12.44 1255 Nov. .. . 12.29 12.24 12.29 12 40 I Dec. . . . 12.36 12.45 12.28 12.41 Baltimore Grain Market. BALTIMORE. MD., Feb. 28.? J WHEAT?quiet; spot contract. 125%; southern on grade. 119%al26. CORN?weak; spot contract, 66%; southern white, 69%. OATS?easier; No. 2 white, 52%a53; No 2 mixed, 51a52. RYE?steady: No. 2 western domes, tic. 83a9fl Cook With Gas. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?TWO NICELY FUR nished front rooms, one second floor with alcove. Also table board? ers wanted. 106 Twenty-seventh street. WANTED. WANTED? DrRTY POCKETS. LIN ings and trousers all. called for. cleaned and pressed 40c. Absolute ly no smell in garments when cleaned or pressed- by cur methods. A trial will convince the most skep? tical. Phone The HUB. 1. WANTED?THE PUREST. THE healthiest, of all. the best drink Holly Springs Uthia Water 5 gal? lons del vcred 73. Phone The HI D I I WANTED ? TABLE BbARDERS. Oentlemen preferred. 119 Twenty seventh street. 3-2. WANTED-YOU TO LET US bandle your property as rental agenu if RESULTS are woat you want. W> know the busineea and are "on the Job" every day. Try an OHAPIN. NE I. MS * BOWEN. Inc., Real Estate. Insurance Rents and lioans. 3-2 WE DELIVER MILK AND CREAM take each day. Cleanliness, quality and goed service SINCLAIR'S DAIRY, ltd Thirtieth street 34 WANTED?BUILDERS TO CSX KING Windsor Cement Piaster and Ijebtgn PorCd Cement S. A. Radd Hole Agt 1 27 Jm WANTED?IIOU8K REPAIR WORK Satisfaction guaranteed Prompt attention. C P. BAOUL Heath's. 2(19 Wash Are. Beil Phone 7L *. WANTED?TOU TO ENOW THAI ws bay. eel exchange and repair furniture and stove* LAMKINS A DOBSO.V 2?a? Jeffemna aioann 41 WANTED?TO BUT. HU. OB EX ocaag?. mag bam and etoree C W iJiaria. itnt Hoauagtoa Ana. UNDERTAKERS. W E. ROUSE Omca and Bheaunwiii 294 EM 29th ft ?Phono |i. fnaa. TIB J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRBCTO? AND KM hejtmer OBW *PheenxB. BnD aai CBB Mo i Resaaamoe, Baal Mo. 41 To Buy Adr tised Thiri U To Buy "Worth=Wfe" Things The Advertised Things Are (the On< Will "Stand the Test' lof J>.ity Of the spot-light, of conparisor clote inspccton. Things that could not thus "/ass it a?"e not usually advertised, for it wouk most vely, NOT ?????????? PAY to adverlis them- - FOR SALE. FOR SALE?A PHONOGRAPH WILL sing, whistle, talk and play for you as no otner instrument can. We sell Ute Ellison. tiEO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 Twenty eighth street 2-26-tf. -CrOAUX NINI inttVRt avenu dwelling ueandjpkgt avenue, includ? ing lot for $3,500; large 11 rcom du* IT Ml Thirty-second street, be? tween West and Washington ave? nues, $4,100; West avenue 10 room and bath dwelling, $5.<?00; 8 room and bath dwelling on Forty ninth street, near Washington ave? nue, $2,050. All these in good con? dition and cheap at prices asked. CHAPIN, NELMS & BO WEN, Inc. Real ids t?te. Insurance, Loans and Rents. 2700 Washington Ave. 3-2 I FOR SALE?WELL LOCATED PAIR of lots in North End, $900; Corner and adjoining lot near Twenty-fifth street, $700; Nice building lot on Twenty-fourth street, $175; lj>l ISKSSSd feet on Boulevard and other smaller lots at right prices. Some special inducements to home build? ers in desirable suburban section. If you contemplate buying or build ing see us. You can save time and money. CHAPIN, NEL.MS & noWEN. Inc., Real Estate, Insur? ance, Rentsand I>oaii;. $-2. KOR SALE?FINE TP.ACT OF LAND quite close to edge of Hampton, Va., about 180 acres at only $32 per acre, uther land near it held at I times as much. Valuable for town lots. Purchaser could easily triple his money in this way. SOM MERVILLE TRUST OO . Inc. 3-2 FOR SALE?I i< >I"SE COSTINC, klJMd on in acres fine trucking land, 1 mile from Newpor* News. Price only $1,800 fr-r all. Easy terms. Very place for county home, truck? ing and poultry. SOMMER VT LLE , TRUST CO.. Inc. - . 3-2. I FOR SAJ4&-2 PTNE HIGH LOTS, with fine water view, at North Ne^jwrt News, at great sacrifice. The price will greatly surprise ym You will fall in love with the ideal location. SOM!.VBER VI LLE TRUST CO., Inc. 3-2 FOR SALE?2 SPLENDID ITS! ne*s lots on Washington avenue, for only $7,000 for the two. Here Is a snap for your Idle funds. Others near them heftl at $8.000 for one I f SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO. Inc. 3-2 FOR SA1J5??-ROOM HOUSE AND lot on Orcutt avenue, city water and sewer, only $1.100. Just $1 no cash and $15 per month No loan Fine paved avenue and nice neigh? borhood. Why should you continue to rent when this opportunity is open 90MMRRVHXE TRUST CO.. Inc 3-2. FOR SALE?S PI JEN DID LOT ON ivy aranne. near the water at great snrridce and on extremely easy terms. Lota are getting very scarce near the water on this important :b. . uchfar- SOMMERylLLE TRUST CO, Inc._ 3-2 HELP WANTED?MALE. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED?EX perieni- Unnecessary Sell our br-nd* to the retail trade Dig pay Write for fuO partlenlart at owee. Gi ore CIGAR CO.. Cleveland. O. ? It VPN WASTED-TO PREPARE FOR Railway Mall Examination* Com meeermeat salary $non Prev?m tl/vn? free PEA NEUN rstan TUTE. Dept ?na M. Em waster. S T. n SPECIAL NOTjES. [NSFERJ^OM^ 'rr^r^rr^z^T^^rr^' ^~^^TZ2^n7am tr?n THE STEPPING STONKITO SUC- ^"^^P^^on cess are good commonrnse and T r> g?lTIMI'I'Im ,-.,?.r _ ?uu vuuniiuuvuat: ana one of T. P. KEATING'9,ne uuior m?de suits. Don't forgehe place 221 Twenty-fifth street. tf. DR. R. LEE ROBINSON. ENTIST N. W. Cor. Washington ?nue and Twenty-eighth street. j 4.7, DEAD ANIMALS REM Ol) FREE ?of chargo by C. H. S0F1ELD. 'phone 84 L, Hampton, I iminion HAir?'??? O. Station. 'Phones. and Bell. 93 LOST. YOUR PR^? cd uninsured your mm* Wt'r,'Sw"ntron a bond. PRO ^TION is our business. Get. ?n our STRONG COMPAN^ PI -1-L HHAPIN, NELM? ? A BUSINESS OBLIG ATI?Ha VE tV-'i^v mc Re*' Estate. Insur your clothes made by T XEAT?ff i?a ING 221 s*?1" nein aa vs-tr?- L^J -H- TRUSTEE S SAUE HOW ABOUT THOSE OlBILLS? VK\ UABLE P'^CES O* "? We can collect them. Ganten to 3Vnd rea. estate in the civ collect or no charge. MEHANT8 PROTECTIVE AS3 ATION room 2. Colcman Bidg We Inc.. _ l^oam? ami Rents. 3-2. TRUSTEE'S S?X By virtue of a certain trust, dated the 9th day 1909. and recorded in d* < page 411. executed by ( Todd and wife the tfsigned trustee, befng requested nop, will on Wednesday the 2nd da4March mm at twelve o'clock noJt pub ictlon. on the premisell a> r cash, the lowing I lie auction a whole for property .-.'^r.vport .sews, and in the county of ^"/arwick, Virginia, to be held on liesday. March 8, 1910. pr default thereunder, respectively, the request of the parties several lecured in the hereinafter mention (deeds of trust, the undersigned offer for sale under the terms of same, at public auction, in front the pect ive premises on TUESDAY. MARCH 8th, 1910. at 10:30 o'clock A. M. ia' property on the South Side of . ighth street, between Roa ke std Chestnut avenues, known as . ?bar S^xty-two ((52) in block mber Nine i9? "C on "Map of part the f.iy of Neve]>ort News," made C. M. Braxton. as aesenbed in ?operty: All those certain lots, plct par If eels of land, situate and ban ~'ty of Nes d designa! 3) and Thirty four <34)j alsfthe unuersigneo ""''JYigt News e Northerly part of let TJthreJ.he clerk * office o .1?. all in block One Huj anj rorporat! th~ . (33). all in block One Hu Thirty-three (133> as show of part of the City of Nowr Va.. of record in the clor!;'? c Corporation Court of sal.! e book 1 page 3, said lots l| rhown on th>- m-p of said by George W Fifehett. C. record in said plat book 1 the ssld part of lot Thirty-t in block Oae Hundred three (132). being which was conveyed Is of land, situate and bdn the>v C M- B?,100^ ^??V.st' S. 1902. ty of Newport News, Vinownieed o: trust dated aus and to d designated as lots Tw|threfexecuted by ?l3Jr>.l>^*? recorded in 3) and Thirty-four c:i)J alsfthc uno-rsigr.ed trust et?.9 ?n ma ?V : tj pi tf! andj-t. that kion ?nirn was cniupjen to said .Ceorge W. Todd by Martha Jnct by deed dated April 1st. 190Jre cord in deed book 32 page i --19-2 R M. LETT. Ta I Of TRUSTEE'S SALE P VALUABLE I \f PROVED br EF.TY. LO'WTED ON THE rrii side or_TWENTYtTH STRBET. BETWEEN CHEJ/T AND OAK AVENUES THISTY Default baring ocenrred nnd^h j terms of a deed ->f tmst. Hatch! 19?w. recorded in the rierk'ajce the Corporation Court of thfty |ot' Newport New?. Virginia, in ted I book No. 24. at page 24?, ??**Tiiby Mars**'I A. Cl.-rkc and ?"fe ?jie undersiirned trustee at the reqa^of the parties secured, the Inderated will offer fr.r ante, at pubtl^auct?< in front of premise* at 11 4 a mon cBiniv uiRru ? t.iom imprt.v? m? o?s. . TERMS-CASH will he required r~ I to be - m -f defsulting purcbarer SETBlTi' TRUST AND hvtV ^ BANK OP NEWPORT NE%1 VIR C ' iA. Tnsstee. Wll I JAM Q STUART. Att?ev II * i's office oi n..,. rporation Court in deed book No. 24 at pag? 98: *no on THE SAME DAY, AT 11:00 o'clock A. M. That property on the nrtrth side of Twenty-third ftreet, between Jeffer 'nn and Mad son avenues, knorn n oi numi>er Ten (19) In blcca number rorty-n;ne (49rT on a certain map of part of the City of Newport News, re -..rded in clerk's Office of Newport News Corporation court lu plat book Vn. ] on p'ge 3. as described in deed >f truni, dat.<d Msrrh 2fi. 19???. execut d by William E Williams and wife 0 the undersiavied trustees, recorded n the clerk's office of Newport News Lorprration Court in deed book No. ml page 249. AND ON THE SAME DAY. AT 12.C0 M. . hat property located in Warwick f-otinty. Virginia, on "E" street known as lot n'-mt>cr Five (3> in block "F." ss described In deed of trust dated *iiKust 22, l9oj. execnted by D. S. 1 on es. Lumber and Msnufamuring ?'ompanv to the undersigned trustees, .eerrrded in clerk's offVe of Warwick County in deed book No. 21. at page 342. TERMS: ? In the case of each sale, terms to be: Cash sntBclent to nay the, ndebtedne^s seenmd and du? and nn paid to (he benedciarles, respectively. Ir saM ?loeds of tmnt named, with fa t' real, eaxwnsea of sale sad execution of trust?; halanc.- upon ttrmt, to b*> annoacce-t at saJea. A depe.it of ? l.%a eeoaired in each enae at time of sale: termo n eneh ease to be mm plied wlthla tea day*, or reaper*!v? , roi-rtles ?,in he re sold at cost of * .-faulting nan he sera. JACKSON H RALSTON. Treete*. E QCINCT 8mtth. Tmstew. W1MAAM C STUART. Attorney td._' sWTIQUV rUBNlTURC REI*?91Sa) AND REMODELED ALSO AL? WAYS A FEW PICCE9 FOB fcLE. v NEW P'jBNlTuae hlAOC tAoR-I'-a.. at iwetee nVfcsrk n<inn OE? OLD r^NlTuRE BC^lR-i.^ th, ^kan nf dir? EO. ua>etOL9TERINC. I prUwtewt law Hat w? A. W. ROUNDS Cetkinwf Makar and Woe* Carve 925 ae>a 237 Th-rty fevrtn 9<re*i. - va NOTICE. . k meeting of the stoca . .?? ot <2n> N*w?ort ?w? Ship _ .Iwe o rVwa "" , .*T7^ frrr the emnsdng year, and TraruielVra ?4* anrh oth?-r h'**' re* I aa anaj ? h" rwc "t *ng - B.