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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TUESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1915.
SIX Che HINtcw morning journal JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.' H HACTMBMON FreaMaat W. T Med: Kl: H r nnin Manaa.r K I.. I M : I M '' I'1'1 ' A. N M iI'llAH '"''I M! r M. L. FOX IMii.r H,.lrrn Hrpmaatallra Mar-iarUr MaUillae. ( hum. III. 1 ,..'.m Hrprvaaa'allia. Hl I'M M Mill H. IV XI I'a'k Koa). Sf I nor! KTon.l riia malt.r at th. rat, .(flea of Albaqie v al . uinhr A- In . Mm' 1 ha -nlr .at-r la Na M I laau.a nary day m lha aaar. pally. Ie, ctrier -r mall, ona m..niii . . .lac nr. Joi ii s w lakpa .I prima alily himra anil llilrlj mill- Ulra "I rirlilMtr m-tH llrl I rraa Ir,,.. il aire aril" aarli , hrt ! I Mll.llllrl In K Mrtlip lakra M 1 I .... - limr Innira f I'raaa MffM Uurlnf III vtrak. 'I I lIM V III 11 I I. II M 1 1 . An a result of ili- mm id i ii I policy of pi ulonl WlLtOR toward Mexico, ihr im mi ii i . r ! .mi. i . ii i feeling in tin- i jiim-Aim rii un eountrlei I ' -waul Um United Matea Ttw change i ,. 1 1 in i. ii id. in i' Im i-. i i i Willi Hip yUll Of Hu ll liny of Slate 11, ml iiml wiih rallied tuithrr by tlio i. .in .if mi hi i ) America by i'" own mission in "i"i iiy Felix Muiiiin. t New Mexico. Not mui Nhi pi", prominent Hniilli Aim 1 1' ii"" ai'H' agitating 11 I al in A im I ii im . "in 'Ti in nppnen ill lege, I al'l'li SHiollH "f II'1' I'll'tPll Slates. Til l mill the "Colomui if was spoki ii i'l .i.i l In- Niii'lli." iiml iln I mm i i . 1 1 -. .1 in I. ii hi If l" tag constant inilnuatloni "i both (Jermah mill HiIIIhIi iikiiiIh Who "'i' HAStOVJ io ttMMi mill bold tin' cammem ol lliimp nunttira, eft (Mil) believd thill the United Stun Wai waiting I limllv fat" lli- DOOOUMl Of the writ ten hi mb phere Hut, thanks t" Hip itttl d'pl""1 Miy uf tiii nutott) white under the fllncHem "f both Jfiifl and W lh Ihf i atmosphere "i atwplclon Ihftt rmplnp- , , 1 III. Ulirrini lllH been dlaplu. i 'I lo MM "f ' OBW '' MM eA W i, i thai changt lit following ageerptt Ik. in , .hi., rials in tin, Iln i p hading newspapers "f It'" do Janeiro HI'i' l'i'- ii n 1. 1 1 - in .i (rom ii- N H vm k Time,.. 'Hip Jiirnnl ilii iiiiimrn I" Midi "T"iiii. iih yMtcrttty, Dio powwful ii pubtti in "in modvl ami "in luldc i rw i nt h p ewiUnonl boa mow n. KtiMtd b) Hip " inn' i'l' ni at liberty, iipiii , anil progrfM which im itmoo Ida I'liiinli hi . iln fOI tuba, mill il"' urvatlii "I our nUit pikIpi. TIip i'mii-Aim limn ntlmont, lwyii r Rfflrmlnj Itiwll aUn,iHwtfl whnv tin- baiiulHul iIppiIiiv "f tiiiH purl "i Iht . 1 1 1 1 In III llutlgi i, , I eali fund a n, w and strung mentala an bnaei the historical fi w b almliui ii s oi their aaplratl III,. II Fill "I IK" 'I'' even mole cloilllelll. in Want Itghl win. h mid gwldaa the Am, ileal p,,s ei i ol and i nil ui i ,1 win, h In tlie preai nl in ma, .lai moment I ,111X1 i isorth bal and the ..ui i igrati ii i an ope ois . "! . Iln i.i' at , fixes h country Quubi the , , p. a, , III inin i ,i muhtri d t llrn.H l, mei the I lii il "i'i vVaahtngtnn la ntpic oi what 91 ol a people knov, h ran do. it illld be lolloVM , l IIH leading lie1 lei, and I' Spanish tin as friendly Unit Hie notw Ithatnnding ie 1 I, all Hag Was i the purpose of i anient on p, a of Uititl- e must be Millie bant ,i don u iw i I I nig oi di I I 'ubana. the was still as not fttttj in ,,n ,,r tl, i i. ami underitood I In Ho at ' It WMN thclt for am lb dark) gov the OMIgt cltlKWa o Now " by I b la II 1 nl In Am Mexii am f, i, note iii ,i ,ic n lo the ii,i rretore ittona i gov aj nmcnl. threat in the Now h ie i, oti thit lo Iln chleftaina. It la merel) tl t- f. r ot good ol Ice and the tender "f ni, h tel n as thli ami i he other na Imiis 'an i t' nd for tl,' ndiiu,' "I ' condition of nnat'hy, laaturad b) lob. MUTIK the horn nt of thi hip addi nothlni: to Dip able whn ia ajM Uik ii" mil who pi kn mi off naturp of that offli il thf heMf "' Hi' i.i.iiiiipiI 'I'liprp mip fi-w whlrh the hohlpr nit nuv" W aim fur hla uik. Wt piiila he in iint I'i'Kiti Illlike u In llK. 'I h. i,lil li. ii rena'tn, therefiife. fur kllj mini 0 eek il public "iff I li-i in Hie aer Ii p In- ln-Uevex he OM render t (he . in, . .mm W 1" th in tlonal RdtiMitlon oat h.iii aW apt it iiiiallhili. Tlierp . iluli iitinll. nl'l' Hi y i.f tba Nj- aaorlatlnn thara la . in. i . bonOf "f 1 1" h im k' liel'iil polb s HI. h run lie ii"iii"li d h the pnal- .li. thait ta II" anility llttnrhed III im rah a bowquai plrtnad mi hia ir the in, in Bam ad u llkp Inn lil Xlmr Jmiliin, im-alrtent, ha la nmda ie pp iioua by 'he bouiiuat, I 1 1 1 a -1 he enllferled man. KM llllleneMM a e Bates ntaraiy t 1 New Halloo III tile f i.r the nattOMl conRi In Haelr II nil Hpt i ei the nmii hiildlnn the pufttloi inn liar II ll'll I Illy for the K"'lll of hla i imatlllieiita nlul f"r Hie hpttel niptil of ihf panpaftl ovarnmnt, Wia mm . I. . I. ,1 in ailrh pnMllmi II IXpOCtad ii, in nut baliiw ii cartmin llfcndard, If he In Hp to or above that atamlni'l ha I' tieiix brad II bh the atata, Whan In li,w that atnndmil. mOrall) OT men tnlly, he k Indued iih ii liltlim lepre jentattva ol hia coi the state that suff vartlalm Whin Hie slates made up next year, i olleelu tall 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 mem who, ir i bi'ii I ef In t i redlt on I b thai should be H is the nomination ut 1 1 1 in irolded oilier of mn for a London writer says lust wall nil ii iti lliiln wakes up taken France, Sup Belgium would I this llll THI HI Wit TO UM HI . tler having read Ihe eh in', n gbaoiutaty convincing reply nl Italy "I State l.iitiHlng to the Alls : Hungarian no 1 pfotaal alalm I tin h l pile id St. lit lis 11 "III ' Il It hould ii"i '"'; sou 1 either III home or to a. .ie I. IVH no room t or I am mind not ejouded by and lo a prejudiced mind I doubl in ,,,, ). I, II, e, IheVa Is no appeal. iriiiry Lansing noi aeis "in the tail Ihat Ibis nation is guided In its heutnlit) policial both by the principle! oi lataraatlonal Ian ami by pieeedent. The precedent' I lied arl hi ihe ronatanl usage htfatofon ol its The i use exact t he He, 1 1 la t Wa ltd from both Her ui lo iln at Hrltain P it the munlltom nany ami dining the Boer weir ibaolutelv I I'lo, kade from of inch empii lUppllea, Just just ifler HIP 1 Lansing Ihe case, . i ntlon, o n,'s' I that ttlttlea, Mr ..ii, Ii , an b Hague run p.oiila out cording t" Th ,K w hi n 'he In in pom t hough I. lap, . hissed a 00 bp had been 111 munitions porta win i in- . i isis w iiii cnir , arena ami it looked like the Japa might need iill their arm and ammu nition tor tin li own armies. Mi I nnaing further point! out that I i hi i tilted stales, naleaa llloveed to buj munlHonl from private fatorlea, whl. ll inurl be pel unit' d to seek out I, ts tm their produrta In other coun tHeg in order lo keep going. Would be ,,, mi" lied for her o ii defense In Ktalntali . ., I and xpi nsl . tactorlea at nil tunes in older not tO N at the merei at a mil t uy country which mllht ae fit lo attack hei It la turtber ahown that the weight of authority among writers on later national law ia vggUy ' 'avor of the Contention of the t tilled Stales, par- Mcnlartj to th poial be4ai ln' ,a,p- mini hi the C.eiman authmilv, Paul K ke, who any! Ihat while expoiii ,.,.,- M.ieht be pi obil'iled h. la im h"ii"i ' a ii inn wneiii i nt" mn I I Ir TIIK DARDANEM.KS WIRK-BUSY! i I 'i it W n.iu.h thp .mm . V. A V.l " They . tr V I . ' m W-r . " jl ; '. i.TSiT" j - m w ia'i iiK.i. 19 J.vaajax "-JSiitiX "-J ja V -tr XJ' " al the beginning prohibition! would violations of aeutra unfriendly nets, if will' with Ho purpi peeledU Hie riourol pa ftp whn h there! u i them." if War, ItJch ' regarded 'iih had H we would avoid tasirili hould i". '" 'v hlattey In ihe a ilriuk. Hin b is the nil. lam iVH talk giess ahou II I here Ii w im now Lux b) m d mi eita ;, ion 1 firmly diaCol one thing we led. , lll't ah eoal miners think It Is, for nnothat Hrlka, and the ! ins think they should pile ' about tlmt eoal opei al llll w I I to tell his soldiers always conies ill the t looks that the nick lit arrived in Russia, lod'i ,r in, ie ha help long In,,, i, ii ml il. i and Ihe apaolmatia i be solid bl oind iithi i Bkat' his Si I III! I,., tors ona on win hla n Iln- jt Mexico Spanish-American Sentiment Very Different From That of Old Mexico EdltOI Morn n Anant iht i nightmare ol i rontlar Matt a Lrit i and C MeVi, o allied i aalding in the allforhia by hosts from i man of that blood slates mention' d 1 11 re. it'll no. poiuc countr npoaed "f ;H off bloods ami of the best countries in the w ol Id, ! genentl) as to the Idle ,.h peclallj so as I" New lomehow g"i mixed i ' Three niiarters of a , onJltata, then a territory. from all lakes no otn a to dream, but aa w Mexico, which In Ihe story. nntur) ago this ry. formed part i bib , the extreme h from the liegin- of the laettt an n northern limit, w hi ntltg Of tht 'plorations md eomiuesl of the new world beoamt latOod bj famlllM "i direct Rpaptah ptock who followed in 1 he wake of Ihe comiulsla dorea and formed aettleiueiitH in this northern country, where, due to di- tmuea, condition! and other cH'CUIii- stan. i s llreci i the ontai una isolated from soi lal relations ex- loi n, 1' d it' In Phil Kearney, The aettlera then liv ing lute, befon the American occu pation, remained, us i hntra pointed Out, aim,. st Isolated, flsthttng tli.n own l, allies with the tribes of wild In dian! to protect thair famlilea and rc tan. Hu n homaa in the new country win, ti was .untested by the aborig ines, and this Hltual outlnueil up to the tune that QMergl Ke.iim y ;ip- peared inl tn eitlganl upon their. p. ut, i oluiitarih , a, eptnl and swore all'i lint ftnre to ihe guvrt nmiiit ot the ,1 M il. s And artel Ilia! no more ona or Interest was l iken by the ah descendants of New Mexico Mexico than was necessary tor id laional caravan of commerce wno , i adi ,1 ihe lo. .1 staph s fol s""il or money In the Mexh an republic until il,. commerce was changed, almost totally, t" Die east, in the Cmted States New Mexico nevet took any part or parcel In any revolutions of old Mexico, neither past uor piesctil asm j m ii Stimulation of Navajo Blanket Weaving Urged by Crownpoint Man ditdr Last M orning Journal: year Ihe vales nf Nnvnj bin ii V five bunds Hi i n 'i of bualneaa no w Mei. o and I'he guiiling hi ni'h land Is I houaewifa. li iml list lions a ni in lav Ihat her ill i hi mn whom she as tute io see .11 1 n i 1 1 recognition or no rtilre a fortUM, provldl&a they tire SJ vp n an oppoijtpiilty will themaelvei become thrifty, mduatrloiia and ambit. us, and measure up to the full Mmnl ird of good chUaanahlp. The thrifty nml imlimti ioiin 1 1 ill p. i.i me h I of the Navajo woman who makes Hie blan kets, which are indeed a work of urt mil are known for their durability Mid beauty, ranka second to none al the I an Strong-then Industry, ll Is lis- dlfftl Induitry than Io in n' gnal sums Wart great sums and great linluci llll to strengthen an establish a new one of money aapended of money aapended tnent! offend in t he raoturera of t planti i" i' i tni liy to I l a nsl ef t hen KlVst great sums of red. i ban lalandi and lility, w Im b was more house the Pi ,t Mat shall ! n bl popiilal i.ed , , , a . 1 1 1 g a u nn huh lest ma peace in thai desolated country. The people of New Mexico for scv- anu (I vi yeara have been mtlafiad and I iy ul as Ainetican clttleni. know no Other Country, no other govern- i ment, no Othll institutions and euro La no Dthara, as our government ls the Ideal "I' a nuiu's hopes and aspira- lions for liberty and protection, and! ai fanfmthm lajyaUy supportid i he i lag in linie 01 Med so w ill their j sons respond and follow In their font - j atepa wlo n in e, led, for our homcH, for our government and tha wut and snipes. Anything else is limply Cosh. ' NK.U MEXICO SPANISH-AMKltl-l CAN Bit$ From Sharp Wit lt'H Ol to get i Those back sin ten tin mid pel's, nig who try nn. .Milwaukee Sentinel, who put everything on their uildui lomplain of the heavy load they Inn,' to in rj . rhiladcl phui Telegraph There is nothing contrail one and the same person Ii dear conscience and a mudd Deeerel News. Most goi.il intention! bloc bedtime. Puy as ypn smoother wh and the road Will be on come hack. To ledo Made. Fvery theory seems perf to its originator until he It It into practice line reason why some of afford to make as much rn, tw, id show a others is that we live more eoinfortal'lv Albany Journal. A girl may be all that a poet In dreaming would weave mlo a fantasy IWeet, but if she runs over her heels it counts one agnteat her. Macon Telegraph Why doesn't some vacationist who has struck a b luon of a place be or iginal for once and post' aid" the biggest bore on bin list of acqitaint ineea, "Having a rotten time; wish you were en instead of me." Phil adelphia Inquirer. It takes a l"t of experience to leach iis that we should learn from experi ence -Albany journal. i ppntii l Ion for rug deportment of that already oaleUratOd houae. We have iii New Mexico a groat Industry of many vents standing which COUtd and should be encOUraged and stimulated. InaoniOCh as the Indian is ihe ward of the government, the go eminent Could well afford to appropriate a sum of money sufficient to advertise and Pvpulgrlae these Incomparable rugs, Which the Indians, its Wards, manu facture and depend upon In u large measure for their livelihood, The best w.n possible the writer firmly believes to assist a poor people Is not to giv them money, hut to devise means whereby they may earn It, whieh not only puts food In their mouths, and money In their pockets, hut also en- couragai thrift and economy, creating a feeling of self-reliance. Proper legislative measures should be adopted to protect the Naviljo weaver against nnacrupuloni lmlta lors who manufacture cheap and sten- died rugs, selling the same under the 'and he entered the field of title of genuine Xnajo blankets If' ism. In n few years he was stlrh legislation were adopted, it woHldja worthy successor tfl Moody iiHslst the Navajo liullans greatly along jcame as well know n us any the lines of general .economy and i great evangeli-ts. ,'e held would no di.ubt tciiil In stimulate icservi is all over the country deaervlng Industry Which should Dot converts were numbered In thousands., be permitted to pass into everlallnglr. Washington Qladden, who eon i bllvion as many of the arts of thejilemns Hilly Sunday, inlls Mills "a ancient! have done. It is beyond j great prophet." Several campai;ns fompreheaalon whs those who havalwara conducted in this vicinity. hi oi ba n IWdl to J associated with the a destiny of the Navajo it proceeded with such mid put this worthy in ind business basis. It Is bla to the present id of Indian affairs In nil id I , , . , mlnlsti ,u inn WaahltlBton thai Its present pulley Is to ihcourkge the Indiana along the lines of general economic! and to plai n them Upoh I leljt sustaining basis. Indian lliuleis flight Uiganie The Indian tnderi and I northwi BW Mexico COUld in nssncl.it Ion and "tnmon fund for! II afl'nr, know of the value, worthiness and beauty of this product which the In dians, their cuitoman, are producing, ir auch a bualneaa plan were followed as this, the product would meessarlly b Iholfe in damind and therefore w oul, nn t ea-,, to a pi lee scale more in I. " ping with Its true worth. This WOtl Id result ultimately In the diver sion of a flow of golden coins Into Ho- , often ,,f the New Mi xico bualneaa which his a large membership among, the Wealthy and Influential people of I Hie e.istit'n ciibs. would enthuaiaaH. ca,3 pncouragl auch an enterpriaa Jeer it shown that the liuliun would be materially benefited, Such an or-! g.imz.itlon should have representatives! in everj huge city, and houses where NaVXjo blankets might h ilisplnved' and offered fol ule to ih public. .-... rautuusnmenta as Just referred til Shotll,) be tl, whl,.h ttt ,. dm ted lloni Hie lines similar bl Would (Minwilatc Sheep imiusiri wer,, tie blanket Induitry itimulatad the sheep industry among the N'hv i n.s would be atlmutatfd, which would contribute greatly t,, u,,. wealth of the greal commonwealth of New MlX " v ( in tradera m then parts are carrying on a mail or.b r business and by n,h . it jsing have bulb , -i. ' , ,1 nt- pi I clientele. ,s th. se traders are buy-1 h ".lb ihe bes, weavee, they have - i. nml aged the industry to such an I Ment that the Indians of this locality ! '"no the reputation ,r prodbi lag Ihe , best blankets in the Naval,. ,. it Sevolvei up,,,, irery v.it iZ,.,, who has Hi. genera (real at heart and who Ml glad i" se,. every people of every clime progress and advance regardless "f nn.' "i color in put h'is shoulder to (he wheel and assist In encouraging and In advancing this worthy Industry. li'W l:n i: AsiifltST crownpoint. New Mexico, August li. With Sci$on and Paste iw i iiii-a.. iKilward UUtta in London Mail.) He limps aliinar the oily atreet, Man paaa him with a pitying itlanep: Hp la not there, I, lit i n Ihe sweat And troubled daiiia of Pran e (inre more he marrhea with the Runs, HeadiiifcT the way by merry aisns, ilia Kenent street through ireie hes run.". ,r there his eomrades jeat and tieht, And othera sleep in thai fair land: rail him bark in dreams or; night I Join their dwindling band. He may not go: on him must lie The doom, through peaiefnl years1 to live. To have a sword he rannot ply, A life he rannot give. TfcJtl RABU n I 1 1st. (The DU.) After forty years of novel writing, or nearly that, with a rerord. accord-1 Ing to her own an ount. of sixty nov- her credit, .Mrs. Amelia to. naiTl paaaes into her S'lh year with fenlinga of ealm . ontent as the looks burg upon I In- road In r feel have traveled. i was not until after the death of hei husband and three sons from yellow Cover at i i a 1 vest on, in 1X67, that she, j with three daughters dependent on! her, turm d hei energies to literature as a means of support. These thirty-I sin years of her earlier lately not boon larking experience on which to writing of fiction. I qaahlre, marrying early, ing io this country with life had ear In variety Of draw in the oi n in I.an and emigrat her husband, Hubert Hair, she gained mi ueuuain!- lance with me ups a ml dOW ns. the ; comedy and traced! of exist nee, inch as i an bo Claimed by few of our ro mainers. Two years ago, in her no table autobiographic volume, "All the llays ol My Life," she said of herself, what she would doubt b ss now repeal wilh no change except in the state ment of her age: "I huve lived. I hove loved, 1 hlVI worked, and at s.' 1 only ask that the luxe and the work eontlnue whUa I. live What l do, I will love to do. It Is n chemistry that turns nfdaaalty must noble Into! pi, It. I x Mill s (. l V York Byenlng Mail. Fai Mills has come back, The notei I faith and evangelist,, who lost became I I'nitarlan uhl aih oi ate, has ret i his md bad to hi be a rcrei' ment B, Ni J. ld illegiance and Is aga again to presbytery ml slate- Praabyterlan mlnlati t t Monday t'hicagi nl his aDnlicatloii of faith. Fay Mills li a native or Itahw and i SI years old. When young man I caused him b atari over in San Francis, i e developed habils Ihat i qui! old associates and Auttraiia. Ba route, hi he lost out at the gam ing table and Aacldl bb s. searching in ' 1 tr d his ir volvtr, h there bj maaaaga case, fell new life, try and preacher. I came upon n BlOle PU1 , lis mothafi "polled it, read a Vhlch seemed personal to hi upon his knees and began i He decided upon the minis became a ( ongregatlonanl Hut his message was too i ie confined to on" church ; gi it counted and he i.f the I revival and his Mr Mill" wis graduated from Lake Forest university and in IhTK was ordained in the Congregational church at Rutland, vt. Later he be came pastor of the Fourth I'rcsbyte- j rial) ' torch al Albany . In 1 "7 he withdrew' from the Presbyterian mln- Summer Life-Savers Food that does not clog the liver or fog the brain SHREDDED WHEAT All the meat of the whole wheat made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. Combines deliciously and naturally with fresh fruits, supplying all the strength -giving nutriment needed for work or play. Brings a mental bounce and buoy ancy and a muscular tone and vigor beyond compare. Cut out greasy meats and starchy vegetables for a few days eat these crisp, brown, delicious loaves of baked whole wheat and notice how much better jrou feel. Your Grocer Sells Them to return d not de- His announcement came a to hia near friends. It is said that he gave CMaaga presbytery a thrilling hour as he tnht of the changes of his theologieal be liefs, and the manner of his return to his former adherent e to the l i . terian confession of faith. Ha a I luestioned and eross-uuest ioned at length and satisfied nil of his aoaad. ness of faith. He has been telling the story uf his return all the week la Chicago chuiehes, his topics i . u The Deity of Jesus I'hrisi and "Why I Am Coming lla. k to the Chun li TODAY. (From the Banacrtt.) Look to this day! For it is Life, the very Life ol Ufa, In its brief course lie all the verities and realities of your existence The bliss of growth: the glory .d ac tion; the splendor of beauty; For yesterday is hut a dream, And tomorrow is only viaion, Hut today, well lived, makes every ye-nerday a dream of ha and every tomorrow a BTl'DI Or HI Mil. (John l'iske.) Who can tell bnl that this we pal life is really death, from which wha we rail death is an awakening 7 Frnn this van'.ige pTOAind of thought tin human soul comes to look withou dread upon the termination of tin tern strial cttatiWncn, The failure p Ihe bodily powers, the atoppa the flullering lmlse, the breaking 1 1 lie lies ol love, me loss ot all tlui has given value to existence - all iln is seized llpOB by the sovereign iumgi I nation of man ami I ratisformetl inn i scene of transcending glory, sin h a 'in all the vast career of the u Hi vera is resered for humanity alone, ii 'the highest of .natures the DtVitt Imminence has uciiuired suffl.ien ttmcentratlon ami ateadtneaa to rui Vive Ihe dissolution of the flesh am aaaerl an Individuality untrammelei by the limttfitlofia which in the pus nt lif" every where pi rounds It. Upon this tlv l calamity, imi a i iahment Inflicted upon I supreme man'featatlon man, but of his ex chief an tiotuii prerogative as 1 1 bid's creaturaa, rn BR. (Alfred. Lord Tennyson.) More things arc Wrought by prayer Than this world dreams of, In i fore, let thy voice Riga likp a fountain for me night at years ago he felt the call to the former fold, but won rale until after due con is " Untouched by hands" S ' there are m I six more in I I SterttngGum The 7- point um ataaaNM.MT - air wa.aara c ' N s . mqn - ikul aaaFaia ill