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KEW HAVEN MORNING JOUBNAL AND (XHJBIEIL f FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906.
ftvotltvsi t xnioxUx's eaiflje PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, 6 ITEMS OB INTEREST CONCERN" ISO NEW HAVEN PEOPLE. Ami Other People Knows la Tata Clt Interesting Social events Here on 1 Elsewhere. J B. Robertson, jr., of Temple street, returned yesterday from an enjoyable southern trip. Mrs. W. W. Farnam gave a very handsome luncheon and bridge whist at her home on Prospect hill yesterday. Mrs. Alfred Bacon of Mansfield street Is in Cornwall for a few days. She will return to town on Saturday. A birthday surprise party was given Miss Edna Bolton Wednesday evening at her home on Smith street, West Ha ven, by a few of her young friends. The usual games were played, and late in the evening refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Desmond are ependlng a few days in New York city. .. Attorney Charles T. Coyle returned Wednesday afternoon from a long visit Ito the marshes and lowlands of Florida. He said itihere is no place like home, and that Florida is a land of malaria and rain. It is a land of tourists and tips, especially tips. Word has been received from Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., secretary of Tale, that he this week leaves Switzerland, where he has been with Mrs. Stokes for about six weeks, enjoying a well-earned vacation, and that he will go to Berlin, where he is to study for about two months. ' ' The People's Choral union held the customary Thursday night rehearsal in City Mission hall last evening at 8 o'clock. During the Intermission Mrs. William E- Haesche and Mrs. William Totin sang duets. Miss Alice Bacon, the president of the Woman's Civio Study club, who has Ibeen in Japan for several months, will not return to the city until April. She -.will spend some time in Denver and 'other western cities en route to New Haven from San Francisco. Sylvan lodge, No. 7, Star of Bethle hem, met In their rooms in Music hall - on Court street, Tuesday evening, Feb "iruary 20, Lady Phoebe Cleaves in the chair. . Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weis9 sailed Wednesday on the steamer Kaiser Wtl helm II, for a visit with relatives and friends In Germany. The fifteenth annual reception of Wil liam Fowler council, O. U. A. M., took place last evening In the town hall. There were many out of town guests, as delegations from councils In Bridge port and New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. S. Z. Poli, who are now in Florida, are not expected to return , to town for several weeks. Wednesday evening, March 7, Hein- rich Conrled's company from the Irv ing Place theater, New York, will pre sent at the Hyperion theater Ludwig Fulda's play, "Die Maskerade." The rain deluge did not keep the crowd away from the town hall in Wal lingford Wednesday night, where the Falstaff Dramatic and Glee club were -giving -their first public performance. ""' That it was an old fashioned minstrel show brought up to date drew a larger crowd very likely than if they had given Just a plain drama or comedy. Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart church one of the prettiest weddings of the season took place when Miss Helen Cooney was united In marriage to James Carlin of Westfleld, Mass. Miss . Caoney is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Walker, with whom she has made her home since coming to this city. About seventy-five coupjes were pres ent at the second annual ball of the L. A. Fiisk Hose company in Music hall, Branford, Wednesday night. The grand march which formed at 9 o'clock was led by Chief and Mrs. 0- W. Prann. Dancing followed until the early hours of the morning. Fine music was sup piled by Miller's orchestra of New Ha ven and all present had a very Jolly time. j Dr. William G. Daggett will give a very Interesting talk on "Contagious Diseases" at the next meeting of the Women's Civic Study club in Center cburctv chapel on Wednesday afternoon. A large attendance is expected. The meeting opens at 4 o'clock. H. Wilson Clinton substituted as bass soloist at the First Baptist church last Sunday. ' ' The Kent club will hold a debate . Monday evening, February 26, the sub ject of Which will be, "Resolved, That when a complaint is made to the inter state commerce commission that a par ticular rate is too high it may, after a hearing, decide that it Is unjust and fix a new rate to go into effect within thirty days and continue until altered by the commission." Affirmative, A. Riech and I Barnes '06; negative, D. Mac Donald '06 and C I. Clark '06. Prof. Batelll will give a recital in his etudio next Monday night. Piano and voice students will contribute.', to the programme. Mrs. Samuel A. York has sent out cards for a bridge party at her home on Oak place this afternoon. AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT The fine spring-like weather of yes- terterday attracted a large number of people to this quiet seaside resort, Lighthouse Point. Many enjoyed them selves by wandering around the shore and other the rocks while not a few followers of Izaak Walton were trying their luck at the nlbblers. The Light' house Point hotel took care of the inner wants of the many In good shape. Spring Dress Goods In the- TRADE SALE .; SPLENDID idea always to come when the new Spring things begin to show themselves and get your pick and choice; of Dress Goods especially. Sometimes the prettiest stuffs don't re appear after the first invoice is gone. LOWNESS OF PRICE will influence you too in this news we give today; Wool Checks and Over-Plaids, new spring colorings, regular 50ct value, for x 39ctS a Yard , All-wool and silk and wool stripes, checks and mix- ; tures; and silk finished fancy Mohairs, in checks, and stripes and mixtures, at 50ctS a Yard English Serges and Cheviots, from 38 to 45 inches wide, in pretty colors, for 49cts a Yard 45 Inch All-Wool French Twills and in new Spring colorings, for , ; 75cts a Yard The Ashley Bailey & Co AUCTION SILKS ' : Last Call! - We Want Mothers to Know that the most complete Children's Garments Department in the city is in this store mF YOU wish to buy . an Infant's Dress for 25c or $10, you'll find it here in large variety of styles. If you wish any kind of Infants' Wear) it's here and all at our famous low prices. If you want a Child's or Misses' Dress i white or colored come here for it. Our new spring line of Wash Dresses is now ready and we never dis played such a large variety before. All made of the new est Wash Fabrics; from 25c a garment up to $10. Your Watch Marks 157,680,000 revolu tions in one year. Think of it. Your watch sho'uld be oiled once a year. The oil if allowed to gum produces friction, destroys the high finish, wears the delicate bearings arid thus ruins an accurate timepiece. Our watch-maker is a skilled workman, and will not. experiment upon your watch. , ' Monson's Jewelry Store, 857-859 Chapel St. 1 Some of the pretty Satin Plaids at 45cts a yard are left; $1.00 Silks these. Some of the Seeded Taffetas in shaded effects, and checked Luisine, both at 49cts a yard, are here; 75c, $1 Silks these', .And pretty colors in Plain Taffeta at 39c a yard; 75c value Queen Quality Shoes are always good; always In the best shoe styles and always $3.00 and $3.50 a Pair Pennsylvania Railroad Tours PERFECT PLEASURE TRAVEL. FLORIDA Three Month tu ilic Tropic March 6. Special Pullman train New York to Jacksonville. Indepen dent travel In Florida. .Tickets good to return until May 31. HATE from. New York....... V0 WAS HINGTON The American' Mecca March 3, 17, and 31, April 7 and 21, and May 5. Six-day trips. HATH from New York (all necessary expenses) 18 March 8 and 22. April 9 and 19 and May 17. Three-day trips. RATE from New York (all necessary expenses) .?12 or C14.B0 According to hotel selected. PINEHURST North und South Golf Tournament March 30. HATE from NewYork 32 Covering round-trip transportation, Pullman berth and meals on go ing trip, -and two and three-quarters days' board at Hotel Carolina. Tickets good for eighteen days. OLD POINT COMFORT, RICHMOND, WASHINGTON March 10 and 24, April 14. Six-day trips through Old Virginia. RATE fronrwNewYork (all necesssury expenses) $38 0U. POINT C OMFORT (only same dates) ...... ... . $17 Illustrated and Descriptive Itineraries giving full Information, will be turn lhed by Ticket Agent, C. STliDDS, E. P. A., 283 Fifth A., .N Y., or :!t. ' - GEO. W. BOYD, Gen. Passenger Agt, J. It. WOOD Passenger Traffic Mgr. ' Broad St: Station, Philadelphia The man who misses a train because his watch is slow, or shows any irregularity, had better have it examined by a competent watch maker. You won't find a more skillful or more experienced one any where than right here. We c.ean and repair all sorts of watches th oroughly an d quick-, ly and guarantee our work. J. H. G. DURANT, JEWELER AND OPTICIAW ' 11 Church St. " Op. P. O, &w fork :v tnMJarffbrJ n'S x8:16' .; i:0i a. m."iIo4 S. xZT "1,UBUUiao for Hikttt'nn i.ln xt - rrovidece-.2:2r fiTfi. t:41, 7:01 p. m. Sundavs i"sfe A. A fir BDHtOii via . CJ-I ai V 10:58 a. m wr .r."""0"?. mi- --1:07 a. an! . XI. 05, 8:10, 10:05. D. m. 8undtii -ni xa:ob a m.. 12.10. fi:KK .m 2:68, S:10 .4:20 ' ' 5:it ?:l3T tuJ brook) p m. Sundays 2:16, 2:56. a. m., 12:0S. 2:B8. K fia .7-ni ' For Midrtletown, Wlllimnntle, etei- 6:02 p. m. SundavT.n "" i ,ol' 5eiS?!A ?. 7 :60 a. Westfleld o"rn. r'" "u" ",wu J'.I?orb'' Ansonfa fl:88, 8:09. I lf'!:i fX 13:10' -in:ls4L4:l5--o.ls, 7:40. 11:30 n. m Snni.. a. an 110 a. m.. 3:30, 6:40, 8.S0 p. m. ' days 8:30, 11;40 a. m.. 6:40 i:Sft n. if 35, S:18. 7:40 n. rn flnnov. s.oo . m 8:40 p. m. , K, KnP,fl'1B Inermema Potatii r ' ''laJBrMS"eP,t). :S5j. ., 4:1S p. m. Sunday 7:50 (via BrTdH-nnrt a. m. " ' ' ur MtSM :8S a. m., 4:15 p. in, Bundays 7:B0 a, m. y!a Bridgeport). .T'EK,' ran- IParlorl car limited tTo Derby Junction. xLocal express. at. miicfahd. i. n nni nv Oea. Bupt. Asst. Gen. Paea. At m. (to New Haven Steamboat Line. STEAMER , CHESTER W. CHAPIW. From New Haven Steamer leaves ZU a, m.. daily exceDt Mondavs. Pas. sengers may board the steamer at any . om New York Steamer leaves 4:00 p. m. daily except Sunday. Time between New Vnrlr anA XTtw Haven, about five hours. Steamer arrives at and departs from Belle Dock, New Haven: and Pier 20.. b. R. foot of Peck Slip, New Tork. For tiokets and staterooms apply 'al the office on Belle Dock, also at BIsh-i op & Co., 185,iOraage street, and at Purser's office on steamer. , The New England Navigation Col, GEO. C. BLACK. Agent .., Belle Dock, New Haven. . .. Charles H. WeWe to Celestine OcchU bol, 76 foet, Wooster street; 60 feet, Ol ive street; "512,000. ' . KEAXi ESTATE DEALS. (Continued frc-m Second Pae.) Ings bank, 26 feet. Orchard street; $1,- 400. Simon Persky to Ellen T. Monahan, trustee, 30 feet, Stevens street; $1,500. Angelo Boccuzzl to Marie C. Upson, 30 feet, Adeline street; $375. Administrator's Deeds. Estate of Philip Ludwlg to Lena Stell, 52 feet. North Frant street; $350. Estate of Jacob Heller to Michael J. Goode, 52 feet on Chapel street; $6,000, subject to $5,000 mortgage. Lease- Frederick Hotchklss et al. to Jacob Straus; premises at 29 George street, five years; annual rent, $1,080. FUNERAL OF WILLIAM RHODES. The funeral, of William Rhodes, who died at the hospital Monday from BrlgM's disease, 'took place Wednes day afternoon, when the remains were brought to Mllford for Interment. Rev. Sherwood Roosevelt, rector of the Epis copal church In Mllford, officiated. P.; "Damon and Pythias," Greene Kln drlck; "Our Guests," L- E. Jacobs. HOSPITALS CROWDED MAJORITY CF rlTKITt WOKE Mrs. Pinkfcam's Advice Saras Many From this Bad and Costly Bxprlnoe. Asreement to Purchase. It is a sad but certain fact that every year brings an 1 n -or ease in the numberof opera tions performed upon women in our hospitals. More than three fourths of the j patients lying von those snow- white beds are women and girls who are awaiting or recovering from opera tions made ieoessary by neglect. Every one of these patients had plenty of warning in that bearing down feeling, pain at the left or right of the abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back, pelvic catarrh, dissiness, flatulency, displacements or irregularities. All of these symptoms are indloationa of an unhealthy con dition of the female organs, and if not heeded the trouble may make headway until the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous operation, and a lifetime of impaired usefulness at best, while in many eases the results are fatal. Miss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash., writes : Dear Mr. Plnkham - "About two years ago I was a great suf ferer from a severe female troublepaing and headache. The doctor prescribed tor m and finally told me that I had a tumor and must undergo an operation if I wanted to get well. I felt that this was my death warrant, but I spent hundreds of dollars for medical help, but the tumor kept growing. Fortunately 1 corresponded with an aunt in theNew England Stat, and Bhe advised me to take Lydia K. Ptnkham's Vegetable Compound, as it was said to oure tumors. I did so and immediately began to improve in health, and I was entirely oured, the tumor disappearing entirely, with out aa operation. I wish ((Very suffering woman would try this great preparation.'' Just as surely as Miss Adams was cured of the troubles enumerated in her letter, just so surely will Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cure other women who suffer from fe male troubles, inflammation, kidney troubles, nervous excitability or ner vous prostration. Mrs. Pinkham invites all young women who are ill to write her for free advice. She is daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years has been advising siok women free of charge.. Address, Lynn, Mass Mr. Rhodes wai Vety well known to the restaurateuers of New Haven, iboing at one time manager of the res- j taurant at the depot, where he made many friends among the patrons of the railroad.,; 'Later he was employed Brown's restaurant on Church strict, j opposite the postoffloe. Previous to his I illness he was employed at Judd's res taurant on State street He was high ly trustworthy and conscientious, and was a valued employe. His affability and generosity of Impulse made for him many friends, and he will be miss ed by a large circle of our citizens. Mr. Rhodes was twice married. His second wife died about ten years ago. He leaves three children, la, son, Henry R. Rhodes, who is at present employed at Jud's restaurant,' and two daugh ters, Mrs- Brown of Mllford, who mar ried the son of the restaurateur, and another daughter living in this city. He was a member of Hiram lodge, F. and A, M. ; ANNUAL DINNER. i TT" Of the Washington union Brotherhood. About thirty members of the Wash ington Union Brotherhood yesterday celebrated Washington's birthday ac cording to their annual custom for, over half a century. 'The affair wa9 at the Morris Cove house, and Mr. Harris, the president, presided. Toasts were re sponded to by a number of the mem bers, and engrossed reBoIutions adopt ed In honor of the late F. H. Harris, who was for years president of the Brotherhood- His son, Mr. Harris, was re-elected president, and. Joseph A. Bromley was re-elected secretary and treasurer. structlve mariner, and at the close was awarded a hearty vote of thanks. Chief John C. Mdrtbn presided. TALE SHOOTERS WIN. Apiece of Cut Would please the bride. We are showing a' beautiful'.' col lection in wide range of prices. There's a price here' to please you. wells & gunde; III CHAfEL BTREffiT, NEW HAVTflM MISS IRWIN AND HER TROUBLES. She Amused a Big Audience Last Night in "Mrs. Black is Back." May Irwin and her company in "Mrs Black is Back," furnished a laughter provoking entertainment at the Hy perion last evening. Miss Irwin is the supreme comedian of the gentle sex on the stage. "Mrs. Black is Back" might Just as appropriately ibe called "How She Lied to Her Hueband." In her role of a rather giddy wife to the professor-director of & young ladles' Beminary, most noticeable feature. May Irwin and her dilemmas have passed into a proverb, or at least they ought to pass into one. No one, ap parently oan get into so many pickles In half as much time, and no one can get out half as cleverly and ridicuous- lyras she. The comedy itself is full of witty re marks, and funny situations. But Miss Irwin's old songs, which are used to piece out the second and third acts, seem a t rifle frayed about' the edges. Their age Is so very great, and their points so extremely dulld with long usage that it seems they might be al lowed to take . long rest. But Miss Irwin's personality could make almost anything go and her personality in her plays is the thing. Long may it wave In American theaters! KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. , . THOMAS CARLTLE. A very interesting paper was read before the members of the New Haven Caledonian club last night by John B. Malcolm. The subject was "Thomas Carlyle," and Mr. Malcolm handled his subject In a very Interesting and ln- Defeat New Haven Gun Club by One Target. The Tale University Gun club team defeated the New Haven club's team on the grounds of the latter yesterday afternoon by the narrow margin of one target The tallies made were: Yale Borden 45, Manierre 44, Alden 40, Pugsley 38, Thompson 37 ; total, 204. New Haven Hepburn 45, Hunold 43, Edgerton 41, Tines 38, Hayward 37; to tal, 203. ... WARRANT ISSUED. A warrant has been given to the po lice for the arrest of Seymour P. Brad ley, who last Tuesday morning griev ously assaulted his father,. C..W. Brad ley, of 32 Burwell street, Annex. His whereabouts is unknown at the present time, ' ' 9 4 5f Fifth Annual Banquet of the Past Chancellors' Association Held Last Night. The fifth annual supper of the Past Chancellors' association of the Knights of Pythias of this city was held at the Hotel Oneco last evening. There were 120 present and a very enthusiastic tlm was enjoyed- After partaking of a splendid feast spread by Landlord Sullivan, a number of toasts were given and responded to. L. F. Norton acted efficiently as toast master. The programme was as fol lows: Toastmaster, L. F. Norton i "Wash ington," Mayor John P. Studley; "State of the Order," William E. Thomas, G. C; "V. R. K. P.," I. T Twomey, G. V. C; "The Lodges," H. O. Cae,'G. It. &i "D. a K. K.," Thomas Mitchell, G. The Kind You nave Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 80 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy vi Allow no one to dncei v vnn in thta. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but; Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiments What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and. natural sleep ' The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of . Starln's M.Y.&M.H.Llne DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICES Leaves New Haven 10:15 p. m., Starin Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leavea New. York, 9.00 p. m., Cortland Street. Pier No. 13 N. R. Fare 75c, excursion tickets' $1.25. Room s$1.00. Take Chap el street carS'to wrewery street; sl6-tf C. H. FISHER., A (tent, New Haven, Conn. Two Personally : ; Conducted Tours SATCRDAY. MARCH 24..,,' TUESDAY. AJPRIL 10. Selecting Your Gifts in Jewelry You Look for the most desirable, and the best In quality, at a reasonable price. SIX DAY TRIPS Costing; f2ri.no front New Hnvcn, Accommodations at KDBITT HOUSB Route Via N. Y., N. H. & H. It. B. and Royal Blue Line. THE RECREATION TOURIST CO., 185 Orange St., New Hnven. BISHOP & COMPANY European Steamship Ticket Offlct Reserve State Rooms arid Sell' TickeW via all lines. UOLL'AND-AMERiC'A UN M Hew lOi-v-ftotieraam via Boulogo II Sailings Wednesdays per sailing lit KIRBY Has the selection to suit every purse. Here you can And suitable presents from fifty cents to five hundred dol lars. , Bracelets. Bead Necks, Brooches and Lockets have the call this year. Kirby & Son, 631 CHAPEL STREET. AMERICAN LINE. Plymouth Cherhonrt; - Southampton. From New York Saturdays at 9 30 a. m. St. paul, Feb. 24., ...St. Louis, Mar. 10 New York, Mar. 3. .Philadelphia Mar. 17 RED STAR LINE. Antwerp Dovr London Paris. Zeeland Feb. 24. 6:30 a. m. Finland... Mar. 3, .10:30 a. m. Vaderland Mar. 10, 3:30 p. m. Kroonland Mar. 17. 10:30 a, m. Piers 14 sad is Iforth Blver. Office Broad way, Bowling Green Building, N. Y.; Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun der & Sons, 253 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange street; Sweezey & Kel sey, 102 Church st, New Haven, eod-tf White Star Line Fast Twin. Screw Steamers, of 11.400 to 15.860 tons. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. thc eiimuR aoannv, rr Mufian strut, ntw Tons srrv. Boston, Queenstown, Liverpool CYMRIC, Mar. 24, 10 a. m., April 28, Mnr. 34. Bohemia, Feb. 2S, 130 p. in. (Lerland Line.) Carries second-class passengers only; does not call at Queenstown. MEDITERRANEAN V1Z0R FROM NEW YORK. Republic March , 3 p. m Apr 21 Cretic April 3, 10 a. m. May 10 FROM BOSTON. Canoplc Feb. 2t. 11 a. m., April 7. Romanic Apr. 28, 3.30 p. m. Kyndam, Feb. 28. Statendam, Ma.-. X P.otterdam, Mar. 7, Ryndam, Apr. Noordam, Mar. 14, Pottsdam, Apr. 11. New twin-screw steamer New Amatcr dam, 17,250 registered tons; 30,460 tons displacement. From N. Y. April 25, May 30, July 4. Apply ror special pamphlet Hollnnd-Ameriean Line, 90 R'way, N.Y. isweezey sc iveisey, ivt cnuron at:; Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St.; Newton & Parish, 86 Orange St.; M. Zunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; C. Bussman, 71 Or ange St., agents. , ..... fambutg-Jlmericah. Plymouth Cherbourg Hamburg JWaldersee Feb.24 I IPatricta Mar. 17 jAmeriKa Mar. l :Bluchcr Mar.. 2a IPenns la Mar. 10 I (Pretoria Mar. 31 :Deutsch'dMar. 15 ;Amerik'a...Apr. f S. 8. Amerlkn, Must l.uxurluns and Most Modern of Levinthluns. . . Grill Room. IG.vmnaslum. :Kleva. &A la carte Restaurant. ICalllng at Dover for London & Paris. Offices 36 and 87 Rrondwny, New York. Sweezey & Kelsoy. 102 Church St.. M. Zunder & Son. 249 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co., 86 Orange St.; Bishop & Co., 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, ,71 Orang St., . . .. Spend March In the West Indies. Leaving New York on March 8, I90, by the Superb Cruising Steamer Prinzessin Victoria Luis a Visiting St. Thomas. Martintnno rsu Pierre Fort de France.") Barbs do. Tinidad (Pitch Lake,) Porto Rico, (San Juan,) Jamaica, (Kingston',) Cui ba, (Santiago. Havana.) and Nassau Duration of Trip, 23 Days, Cost fl50 upward. Including stateroom accommodation and meals. For further particulars apply HAMHURG-AMERlCASr LIXE 37 BROADWAY. N. Y. H. E. Sweezey, 102 Church St.; fg Zunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; J H. Parish 4 Co., 88 Orange St.; Binhop & Co., 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 74 Orange St. M HAVEN DENTAl PARLORS 110 Orange St, Cor. Chape NO PAIN For plans, etc apply to Company's I Office, 84 State St., India Building. Bos- I ton, or to Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church I Street, Bishop 4 Co., Is5 Orange Street;. 3. H. Parish & Co., 88 Orange Street j Mew Haven. Conn, aoSSmwl OABTOIIIA. BntM yy Tla Hind Yob Haw Always BoiigM Signature S , of