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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. TI KSnAY. 3VSK 23. UK7. PAOK TWO. IIKLP WANTKI. HELP WANTED lfthat is your crying need, a want ad In The Evening Cltiisen'a want column will aomire you of plenty of employes. WANTKP. SvANTKri Team", welRht 27000 pounds. Apply at Citizen office. WANTED At once, a first class shirt waist lroner. Apply at the Imper lal laundry, WANTED Gentleman second hand clothing. No. 611 South Flrt street, south of viaduct. Bend ad dress and wiU call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. You HaveOWLY Until July 607 Opportunity Knocks But Once at Your Door This Is the rarest chance you will ever have to make an easy Inroad Into the most famous gold producing district In the world THE FAMOUS DEATH VALLEY. Charles M. Schwab bought the famous SHdoo ulnlng property for three million dollars when It was not developed. i? It Made Millions of Dollars For Him. Schwab Took li WAN TED People who want some thing, to advertise in The citizen s want column. A few lines cost but few cents but bring returns an hundred fold. MEN WANTED. MEN WANTED Somewhere every day. If you are looking for a Job . put a want ad in The Evening Citl sen's want column and it will do the rest. FOR KENT. FOH KENT Good corner s.ore room Good saloon location. Lloyd Hun naker, 205 West Gold avenue. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Piano. Organs Horses, Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WARS HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low m fit and as high aa $200. Loans art quickly made and strictly private Time: One month to one year given Goods remain In your possession Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from a parts of the world. Rooms I and 4, Grant Bldg. 303 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings, PROFESSIONAL CARDS FOR RENT Four-room dwelling, well located in good condition, 117. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Seven-room modern dwelling, good location. A bargain at 20. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Houses 4 to 7 rooms; Uso one 10- room furnished. W. H. McMlllion. real estate broker, 211 west Gold avenue. FOR RENT Pleasant, well furnlsh ed front rooms, near business cen ter; rates reasonable. Cornet Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear. FOR RENT Five-room house, bath, hall, electric light and water. On line of electric cars. Apply to Wm. McClellan, 723 north Fourth street. FOR RENT Nice large, cool rooms for men. Also rooms for light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. II. E. Rutherford, 61 1 South Broadway. FOR RENT Three-room dwelling, very close in. Isvut, clean rooms. Furnished or unfurnished. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West Gold avenue. t"OR RENT Five-room modern cot tage, in best residence district. Fur nished complete for housekeeping. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Furnished cottage flats and rooms for housekeeping, cheap for the summer. By the month $10 and $15, or by the week. Mrs. E. K. Norrls, 110 East Coal avenue. LAWYERS. Irs M Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, N. W.. Washington, D. C. land patents, letter patents. K. W. I. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. K. W. Dobaon. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Cromwell block, Albuquerque, DKN'TISTS. DR. J. K. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms i and S, Barnett building over O Rlelly a drug atore. Pbont No. 744. Appointments made by malt EM I'LOYM EXT. employment If you need work Th Citizen's want column will fur nish you a quick and ready means of securing it at a minimum ex nendlture. Put a want ad in The Citizen today and be at work tomor row. ; ou SALE- Tr7vCrSrrTir Tprwi at I v e mules. Alex ander Sandoval, Sandoval, Sandoval county. wnn SAI.K Fine young Jersey bull Innulre mornings, at 611 North First street. Geo. A. Blake FOR SALE 80 head of range mares. Address Oscar Liftreing, Bernardo, N. M. PDll KALE Nice driving and sad dle nonv. W. M. McMilllon, 211 west Gold avenue. FOUND. lmiTis:rkThroimli the want column of The Evening Citizen, Just what ton have been looking ror. ah advertising source sure to bring re turns for small expenditure. Try a want ad and be convinceu. LOST. LOST Three months' old, all white bull pup. Return to 209 East SI1 ver avenue. itewara. LOST Between postofflce and Grant K,,u,iinir am.'iii vest noeKet aiary. Please leave at Room 20, Grant building and get reward. LOST One-half of a $10 bill, will nav 12.50 reward for return at Citizen office. LOST Anything you lose except your reputation is sure to be found by a want ad in The Citizen's want col umn. If you want anything on earth, you can get it through the want columns of The Evening citizen, we get re sults. fXXXXXXXXOOCOOC)OOOCXXXXXX50 REAL ESTATE BARGAINS i on SALE. One of the best busi ness properties in Albuquerque, will pay 8 per cent on investment $16,000.00 Business corner, good location 5,000.00 Another good corner two lots 2,200.00 35 acres of highly Improved land, west of saw mills, $2BJ an acre. 20 acres in alfalfa, mile north of town, main ditch runs through land 4,500.00 20t acres of fine land all under cultivation water supply never falls 10.000.00 A. Montoya 215 W'St Sold ve. cxxxxo copyrights, tl F.BU. Pensions, caveats trade marks, claims DK C. A. ELLKR, Dent isr. N. T. Armijo Building. Phone 869 Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8. No. 806 Railroad avenue. Offlet hours, 9 a. m., to 11:30 p. m.; l:$l m. to I p. m. Both phonos. Ap polntmente made by mall. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeoa Occidental Life Building. Tela- phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. H. L. 1IUS1. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with Hlgb Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both phones. DRS. BKONSON & RRONSOM, Homeopaths. Over Van's Drug Store. 'Phone Office and residence, 628. DR. S. L. BURTON. Physician and Surgeon. Albuquerque, N. M. Highland office. 610 South Walter street. New phone 1030. UNDERTAKER BORDERS ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-4? Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. it Both phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders. West Gold avenue. Ill EUREKA 1 Yes. I Have Found it at Last. Found what? Why that Chamber Iain's Salve cures eczema and all manner of Itching of the skin. have been afflicted for many years with skin disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible Itching, but since using this salve in December, 1905, the itching has stopped and has not troubled me Elder John T. Ongley, Rootville, Pa. For said by all druggists. eggs for nATcirrxa. Eggs $1.50 ped setting. Rose comb, Brown Leghorns and Barred Rocks, Pure bloods. 24" laying hens. Address I. E. Pauley. Estancla, N. M. How'a ThltT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be curea ny nam laiarrn --ure. . CHKNKV CO.. Toledo. Ohio. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for th last 15 years, and believe him nerfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his nrm. warning, ivmnnn fic Marvin, Wholesale DruKKlsts, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the mood ana ma cous surfaces of the system. Testimonial! sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all 'ruggistB. Take Hall s Family Pills for constlpa lion. Mexico City anil return $40.25. June H to lj Inclusive, l imit August 31. 1U07. Norfolk, Va.. and return, 15 day limit, $58.75; sixty day, $72. DO; season limit, Dec. 15th, $87.45. Denver and return, $23.70; Colorado Springs and return, $20.75; Pueblo and return, $18.05. Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 30. 1907. Return limit Oct. 81. 1907. T. E. PURDY. Agent. Subscribe for Hie Citizen and gf- tne news. KILL the COUCH AND CURE thb LUNC8 FILE DEMURRER MILLIONS ARE 1 INVOLVED IN LAW SUIT IN RAMI MATTER Advantage of His Opportunities. He knew that the Skldoo property adjoined the famous Wild Rose district of California and he knew the Wild Rose district was fabulously rich. ' ' J it did not take him long to see that the mineral belt stretched further east and west, north and south than the Wild Rose district. . Since then It has been found to cover vast tracts in three states. NEXT ADJOIMNG TI-E FA MOUS SCHWAB PROPERTY IS THE Skidoo-Treadwell Group of Mining Claims Among the Richest in the District This property ts owned outright by the Skidoo-Treadwell Mlnjng company and the board of di rectors has authorlxed the sale of 100,000 shares of stock for development purposes at only 5 cents per share. Work is already under way. Several rich Btrlkes have been made and the mi d will be a winner without doubt. Five Cents a Share Seems So Small That It Looks Almost Like a Fake BUT Tou may remember the Mohawk, at Goldfleld. Its stock sold at 5 cents per share during the de velopment period. The surface assays of this property showed 42 cents to the ton less than half what the lowest assay of the Skidoo-Treadwell shows. MOHAW K IS NOW SELLING AT $17 A SII RE. RECENTLY THIS PROPERTY SHIPPED $700,000 IN GOLD AS THE RESULT OF A TWENTY DAYS' RUN. THE LEASERS HAVE REFUSED $3,000,000 cash for the ton months' lease which they hold on the proix-rty. u, THEN REMEMBER THIS The Skidoo-Treadwell group has a large quartz ledge running, j fhrouirh the entire ororjertv. In width from 50 to 80 feet and exposed on the surface for 3,000 feet. As- says made at the grass roots show values of from 82 cents (the lowest) to is line nig.iesi; per which, in this district, means enormous values below tne suriace. The Skidoo-Treadwell Mining company, owning the Skidoo-Treadwell group of seven full has been incorporated for $1,2 50,000; par value $1.00 per share; fully paid and non-ansessable. kl. Here Is a property sandwiched, between the very ricnesi goia properties in tne vjnuea, estates to- day with water, fuel, transportation, timber, and every necessary facility for development and opera- 5 tion. IT i IF IT TAKES MORE TO CONVINCE YOU OP THE MERITS OF THIS MINE, YOU DO NOT H DESERVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BETTER YOURSELF. 4 The Skidoo-Treadwell Mining company Is offering to the small Investor, "upon easy terms, 100,000 2 shares of Its development stock at 5 cents a share. There are but two conditions to keep in mind. Stock k L will not be sold in blocks of less than $25, and the offer is open but THIRTY DAYS, for, at me end of J that time the first development shaft will have been completed and the true vulue of the property will ap- ip pear. xnen yuur uppunumiy win ue gone. We want to talk to you about this opportunity. There is nothing of the wildcat In the proposi tion. The property stands flatly on Its merits. Jt wli' stand investigation. Wt want juv to investi gate. Call on or address THE WILLIA1 H. GREER COMPANY FISCAL AGENTS, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. SUITE 2 and 4 POSTOFFICE BOX 308 CRAIGE BLOCK Second Arrest of Alleged Great Smuggler Being Contested. Rate Discrimination Case Promises to be of Great Importance. . ton KL claims. THE TROUT SEASON IS NOW OPEN We now operate the Pecos Hunch (formerly the Sparks ranch) at tho headwaters of the Pecos river, where we can ucconiniodute fifteen guests. We can accommodate twenty-five guests nt The Valley Ranch. Will send our wagons to meet any train ut Glorleta, if notified by let ter or telegraph. Are preimred to carry comfortably parties of any number to any and all points on the river. Write for rates. Address letters to Peoos, N. M.. Telegrams addressed to ns at Glorleta will be telephoned to ns without delay. - THE VALLEY RA&CII X3OK3OK)0K50tK3OO0O 00K500000OKJO0C I'll stop your pain free. To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I will mall you free, a Trial Package o them Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets. Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Pe Hod pains, etc., are due alone to blood congestion. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tatilets simply kill pain by coaxing away the unnatural blood pressure. That is all. Address Dr. Shoop, Ra cine, Wis. Sold by all dealers. NOTK'l FOR PUBLICATION. of-24, !!:( C.L Keppeler 317-319 S. Second St. Phone 967 Albuquerque New Mexico Tetter Cured. A lady customer of ours had suf fered with tetter for two or three years. It got so bad on her hands that she could not attend to her household duties. One box of Cham berlain's Salve cured her. Chamber lain's medicines give splendid satis faction in this community. M. H. Rodney & Co., Almond, Ala. Cham berlain's medicines are for sale by all druggists. Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone tor Piles, and Its action Is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic ly Its use. Large nickel-capped glass Jars 50 cents. Sold by all dealers. o Our ROUGH DRY work aon's have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. Department of the Interior, land flee at Wanta Fe, N. M., June 1S07. Notice Is hereby given that Lucas nnllegos, of Sim Rafael. N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year iproof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 6!t!IS made April 22. 1902, for the W!, SIC '4, and SH SWV . section 34, township 5 N.. range 7 W., and that said proof will die made before .Sil vestre Mlrabul, U. 6S. court commis sioner, at San Rafael, N. M., on Aug ust 5, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Manuel Lucero, Trinidad Sabedra, Manuel Montoya. Victoilno Trujillo, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTKHO, Register. Prescott, Ariz., June 25. Eduardo Ramlrex. who Is coming to be re garded as an extremely unfortunate man owing to the fact that he was. after his release on $25,000 (bonds, re-arrested on a similar charge, may secure his freedom on technicalities in the second case. His attorneys, R M. Franklin of this city and Alberto Morales of Uuaymas ,one of the leading lawyers cr honors, yesterday filed with Uni ted States Commissioner Rickey a demurrer to the warrant on which Ramlres was arrested Thursday In Nogales. This demurrer alleged that the Uni ted Ktates commissioner had no Juris diction In the case. It alleges secondly that the offense charged is not sufficient to warrant Ramirez's detention, this case being peculiar owing to the fact that a foreign government has asked for the arrest. The charge against Ha. mlrez Is connection with importing goods into Mexico, it being alleged that by this forgery he escaped pay ing duties amounting to thousands of dollars. Technical Affair. No time for the hearing of the de. murrer will be set by Commissioner Rlchey until United Ktates Attorney Alexander, who is in Phoenix, can be heard from. A copy of the de murrer has been sent to Mr. lAlexan der. Much interest attaches to the out' come of the latest legal phase of this case, which Is coming to be celebrat ed. That It will be fought to the end ion technicalities there is no doubt. There is little doubt that the case will ultimately go to the supreme court of the United States for final decision. Ruling Important. The ruling of the chief legal .tribu nal of the country, if an appeal be taken, will be awaited with keen In. terest as a precedent will be estab' lished in regard to what cases are extradlti.ble to a foreign country when a subject of that country flees to the United States for safety irom arrest. Cirilo Ramirez, a brother of the man in Jail here, is confined in the prison at Hermosillo awaiting trial on a charge of being implicated In the alleged forgeries and frauds. He Is well known to a large number of Tucsonians and Is well liked here. He was a. eenial host when the Elks minstrels visited Nogales and played In his theater across the line. This theater Is the most beautiful in elthsr Arizona or Sonora. It has been seized by the Mexican government. Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health Coffee" at our store. If real coffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever Coffee imitation. Dr. Shoop has closely matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste, yet It has not a single grain of real Coffee In it. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made In a minute. No tedious wait. foil will surely like it. Sold by C. U. Brlgham. I will mall you free, to prove merit, saniDles of my Dr. Shoop s Kestora tive, and my Book on either Dyspep sia. The Heart or The Kidneys. Troubles of the Stomach, Heart or Kidnevs are merely symptoms of a deener ailment. Don't make th common error of treating symptoms only. Symptom treatment Is treating the result of your aliment, ana noi the cause. Weak Stomach nerves the Inside nerves mean Stomach weakness, always. And the Heart, and Kidnevs as well, have their con trolling or inside nerves. Weaken these nerves, and you inevitably have weak vital oreans. Here Is where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has made its fame. No other remedy even claims I to treat the "inside nerves." A130 i for hloatinir. biliousness, bad breath ! or comDlexion. use Dr. Shoop's Re storative. Write me today for sam nle and free Book. Dr. Shoop, Ra cine. Wis. The Restorative is sold by all dealers. We do it right, ROCCJH DRT. Im perial Laundry Co. New arrivals for the week Axmin- titer, velvet Brussels and tapestry car nets. Vienna Rent wood diners, gents chittornbes, white enamel refrigera tors. Futrelle Furniture Co. WITH Dr. King's How Discovery ftONSUMPTIO OUGHScnl Prlte G0c&$1.00 Fret Trial. i fcur.st aucl UuiCimt Cure for all 4 TIIP.OAT n l LUNO 'XP.OUD W Llvi, orHONIY SAO:. Dr. Wini.mm' In.liun 1", i tint ui.-iiL wi.l cure lliinc1 lilft-Uii'L' and l.cUii:. Tilt's, ll iil'sort s the tuitior.. .U.Yh tl U llrtll!!.' til ' t', Uc'': s u !.t:.;l.f. i"m , mm 1m (. Dr. Wi ;.nt.-' J mi inn I'.lc u... Ul' !:t 1 i IT, ; lit , 1 f.ir I'i !!, ui.il ltc' lr.- c ll. i.r.MiM i..in I'vtvv tu x vurianH' I. Iv ilpi. ,-Kts. liy ui:i;l i"i r I liriif .',) (rill Hllil fl. Illl. W.ilffc M'HIFACTUFiHG n . IT-IP. ' i. vi-lunj. ui.i FOR 8ALE BY 8. YANN A SON. WhU ES i.i sun N D 3 i'.t r mr mim wm VII A KIDNEY TROUBLE ALWAYS STRIKES WHEN YOU ARE LEAST PREPARED AND LEAST EXPECT IT. THE FIRST WARNING comes in back- !ache and if you allow backache to have its way you are certain to have something on hand soon, even more serious. DON'T PLAY WITH A TIGER, don't wait until it strikes a dangerous blow and the doctor tells you "It's Kidney Trouble." You can't safely play with backache any more than you can safely pat the head of a tiger. KILL THE TIGER when it's a cub; treat your backache the first day, the first hour, and just the friend you need is Two Sizes. kJssU IhisfcJtMM 25 and 50 cents Per Dox. FOR SALE DY ZZZZZ Kansas City, Mo., June 23. What may be regarded as the biggest law suit of Its kind on record is that In which John L. Webster of Omaha, and Atwood, Llttlefteld and Hooper of Kansas City, are now engaged as at torneys for the complainant. It Is now pending before the inter state commerce commission, with the wholesalers of Omaha, Kansas City. and St. Joseph as complainants, and the Hock Island, Burlington, Mil waukee, Northwestern and Great Western Railroad companies as de- fen da n ts. From the amount of money direct ly involved, together with the pos sible consequences In a financial way. the case is one of the most important that has ever come before the inter state commerce commission. Menus Rig Saving. To win this lawsuit would mean at least $400,000 a year saved In freight rates to these complainants alone, while the effect of the ruling on all other shipments of persons aside from the fifty-four complain ants means that the railroads In this case are fighting for a stuke of many minions or miliars a year. The fifty-four complainants com prise the wholesale houses of the three cities and represent a capitaliza tion of $40,000,000. Their combined annual business is conservatively es timated at $125,000,000 a year. They pay annually to the railroads in the shape of freight rates $3,750,000. Inasmuch as they are seeking a reduction of rates that will aggre gate to them about $400,000 a year, it appears that they are asking a re duction in freight rates of a little over 10 per cent on the various kinds of merchandise that the roads include in their classification of class 1 to 5 Inclusive. This includes all the goods that the big wholesale houses of the Missouri river cities handle. Seventy Companies Cited. Thirty-two of the complainant concerns belong In Kansas City, four In St. Joseph and eighteen In Omaha. While only nv railroads were named ns defendants In the com plaint, the Interstate commerce com mission has cited seventy additional transportation companies as co-de fendants, including all the railroads figuring In the freight haul betweeen the Atlantic seaboard and the Mis souri river, and has directed them to file their answers by June 28. The summer will be devoted to taking testimony, and it is expected that the case will come berore tne commission for hearing in .Septemoer or October. A decision of the case is looked for before the end or the year. Shippers Tnko Steps. A committee of the shippers has the case in hand, Mr. Hundley of the Hundley Dry Goods company or St. Joseph Is chairman. The Omaha members or the committee are i. c. Byrne of the Byrne-Hammer Dry Goods company, Arthur C. Smith, of M. E. Smith & Co.. and F. P. Klrk- endall of F. P. Kirkendall & Co. Mr. Llttlelield, one of the Kansas City attorneys for the cnmplaintants. was formerly solicitor general ror the Santa Fe. The committee has three railroad rate experts at work constantly, getting Information Into shape and assisting in tne prepara tion of the case. The last meeting of the committee was heid last Tues day in Kansas City, a session of the merchants being neiu ai me v oni merclul club, and an executive ses sion of the committee at the Balti more. To Ireveiit DiMcrliiilniit'on. What has been undertaken is to prevent the discrimination now made In rates, whereby practically the same rate Is charged from tlie Atlan tic seaboard to the Missouri ri,Jr that Is charged from the seaboard clear across the continent to the Pa cific coast. The complainants protest against the inequity under which the rail roads through agreement exact 87 cents per 100 pounds for the haul from Chicago to Omaha, when the rate from the Atlantic seaboard to Omaha is $1.47. In other words, the roads charge 60 cents for hauling 950 miles to Chicago, and then as sess 87 cents for carrying the same shipment another 500 miles to Oma ha, when they carry it 3oo miles from Chicago to St. Louis for 14 cents per 100. Of Vaxt IiuiMirtanoe. The whole subject of rate making is involved In the case, together with the sinuous dodges by which the roads seek to Insure themselves against state legislation. The Texas situation Is a sample where the rate from Chicago to the northeast coiner of Texas Is the same as the rate charged for a haul 400 miles longer to any part of the Ime Star state Included in the district that is designated as "Texas common points." When It is taken Into cunsliler.itloii that all shipments west of the river, that are based on local rates east of the river, will he affected by the out come to this case, the vast amount in volved as well as Its enormous Kciipe and the effect on slfipners and con sumers In the entire great t cM m ly lie realled. In the language of one of the In terested shippers, "It is a lawsuit as Is a lawsuit." J. H. O'RIELLY & CO., Cor. Second Street and Central Avenue. A few nice pieces of second-hand furniture at great bargains. V . v. Futrelle Furniture Co. h m JB not i. auiAlur.. '( S i CI I MEN AND WOMEN. I'm Hi i fr uutittural di hrt?afUin iiiiiiio;it, irritatiuo or uiiMauu of mucous meiiibrtiri', Ftuuit-W), ana nt iwtrm- e Evans Chmhcai Co. 1 .FT! uld bj IruscUtt. zkf or nt in pti.n wmrr -r ht npre-sj, prepaid, tu I .on. i-r a t-oiiH't u.i CinuWr eul uu faucet. Every Woman u'-'-ul lie u oii'h'j lul MARVELWhirlingSpray i..'nt -M ! ft. I en. f. :. n Lit u..ih fl:iiut:iii. l...Anr,ir,.,A..fntit Vk 4 -. If ha cm tin ! tu, i'i v U-e V K li Kit - M uo .tl'iwr Imt . Mil UllilliU fwf mutif.tu-l l lt--,.v t It fi;ll 1'arU'Miinri aut ".ri"-t .o..