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THE HARTFORD HERALD Subscription $1 Per Year, in Advance. !' ft-, fo " f 'q h. " " tw t j " All Kinds Job PHntlno Neatly Executed. v 41st YEAR. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915. NO. 4 " -p" ft. c: -N- ' M -y I f i ,r "i N r-a M UNITED STATES IS NEARJ0W000 Population, According To Latest Figures. IT 4 P. H.jnPBIL 2 NEXT This Approximate Figure Will Be Reached, Say Expert Statisticians. ' MUCH IMMIGRATION KXPKCTKD I Washington Jan. 2!!. At 4 p. m. April 2, tho population of tho Unit ed 'States will have reached antl , passed the hunilred-milliou mark, according to C. D. Sloanu, geogra pher of the' Census Bureau, who vet timateu thu population at that hour will bo 100.000.0&9. J. S. McCoy, 'itfiUfry ot the Treasury Depart ment, however, calculates the popu lation will bo 100,01G,000 ou Febru ary 1 and that tho hundred-million mark will he readied on January 27 or 2S. Tho disagreement in tho esti mates arises from the different sya tiros of computation employed by Jio two statisticians. In the Census Iluroau the direct increaso as shown by tho difference in population in 1900 and 1910 is taken. Uy that system tho country would contain 100,31(9,31$ persons on July 1, 1915, and more than 108,000,000 on -July J, 1920. Tho 1900 census showed the population to bo 75,944,575, while tho 1910 figure was 91.972.2CC. By tho cen sus estimates tho population of all United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, would be 110.750,000 July 1, 1915. Actuary McCoy arrives at hia con clusions, upon 'which.' Treasury "state 'merits -otstheper capita witflth arirK Mother Tannic' Ncal. near .,b7'.1nim'dluj;inllJsVcalcula- che3tuut c Hls (luatIl vas tlR1 i IIUOVV41 rlons what he calls tho factor 'ofscc ond differences. Ills effort is to show tho natural increaso within tho increase as figured by the Cen sus Bureau. By that system ho esti mates tho continental population on January 1 last at 99,875.0,00; Feb ruary 1, 100,010,000, and July 1, 100,725,000. On July 1, 1920, Mr. McCoy estimates It will bo 109,339, 000. Census Bureau officials Bald that decreased immigration duo to tho European war and restrictive lega tion now propo3wl would And their figures approximately accurato. Thej expect the great Hood ot Immigra tion will not continue. Mr.s McCoy, on the otlior hand, believes tho con ' elusion of tho European war will see a tide Of immigration from war torn countries that will make, his es timates conservative. .. NO MOXKY IN Tl'.KASUIty - 1XH1 A CIIAU1 FACTORY Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. There aro no funds to tho credit of the Prison Commission out of tho $300, 000 appropriation St 1892 with which to finance tho chair factory at the reformatory. Assistant State Auditor Likens, who la tho absence or Auditor Boswortli, , investigated f tho appropriation books, said this morning that the last of the appro- priation and $92 297.03 besides, was1 drawn In February, 1890. Ho will send a written communication to the Prison CominlBsdon this after ' noon, seating forth that fact. The Pribon Bord uskeil for $2f. 000 under tho appropriation ot 1893 to dofray tho Initial oxpenso ot the ejitorprise. Attorney General Gar- nott advised the Auditor that It was entitled to whntovor lnlance remain- ed of tlio appropriation. "TO OKT BV," SAVS COURT. IS 1'KOVOOATiVK TlM Frankfort. Ky Jan. 22, "To got bj," takes on a provocavo slgnitl caucc, in tho definition of tUo Court i,i .Appeals, used in connection, with assortions, contttUi'iig a riltlectlou.: ... .. .4I Ll.v.. . Judge Hurt, who wrote tho uiriuion! In tlio cnuo of Kato Bruco as'alnst Klltabani Scully, from Kenton, coun ty, defined tlm e!H'"'o to in"n ' 'trai thu person relerred to has done Botno ct and haufcicd mo injurious oopwciueneea wjnta usu-. u iv Hitf nil "ucn an act. Mrs. BruGO an Mri. Senlly lived in tfce same houm 1b Latenla. It wast. alleged that Mrs. Scully tot down her slops from an upstairs window past tho window of Mre. Bruce and thereupon a quarrel ensued. Mrs. Scull? had Mrs. Bruco ar-i rested on a chnrgo of using abusive language for tho purpose of provok ing an assault. Mrs. Bruco was ac quitted and brought Buit for ?10, 000 damages for malicious prosecu tion, which sho lost, anil tho Court of AppcalB afllrmcd tho judgment. In the course of tho testimony the opinion quotes Mrs. Bruco as wl-j mitting she said among other things during the quarrel, to Mrs. Scully, "that she had taken old man Mc Donald's money nut! gotten by with It." Tho court held thnt this remark and others were sufficient to show there was no lack of probable cause In tho affidavit made by Aim. Scully, accompanying tho wurrant. TODD COUNTY FAlUIKItS PLAN FEltTIMZKR l-OOL Klkton, Ky., Jan. 23. As the re sult of the meetings held by farm ers' clubs at Elkton, Trenton and Allonsvillc tho past week, plans were inaugutated for purchasing ioo to 1,000 tons of fortlli7.er in pools, by which it is claimed from $2,500 to $3,000 will bo saved tho farmers of Todd county this year. County Farm Demonstrator Wyatt Is attempting to perfect an organization for tho purpose throughout the county, and committees ot farmers weio named at the meetings hold to interview their fellow farmers and report at sbnio future meeting. J KILLS THREE IN FIILY Caused From Eating Fresh Sail sage Last Vjctiin Lin gered Quite Awhile. Shclbyvlllu, Ky., .Jan. 21 - Bailey Nea'l, tho lG-yenr-old Mm of W. B. Tv'niil iHml liint nl"ht lit. thi (intuit third which lias occurred In the im mediate family wlthlu four weeks, all apparently from ptomaine pois oning. His sister, MlssPcarl Ncal, die'd December 28. and his slster-ln-law, Mrs. Norman Neal, died Janu ary 1. An autopsy was held at tho Shannon Undertaking Company's establishment this afternoon, which revealed that the. deatli of Bailey Neal resulted from acute pericardi tis superinduced by ptomaine pois oning: On Thursday preceding Hie death of MIfcs Pearl Neal, sho and hor sis-tir-in-law, Mrs. Nornal Neal, had mndo sausage, each of them tasting it before It was cooked, to determine if It "had been properly beasonod. Tho members of tho family ate the sausage after it was cooked, but only theso two becamo violently 111, though W. B. Neal and Bailey Neal were both made sick. Bailey Ncal's illness did not occasion serious nnx - liety until tho Friday following his ' sister's death, sinco which timo he bad grown steadily weakor, though he was not confined to lib bed. Tho end came suddonly. His father is still HI. IIAKUKTT'S KnitllY. 23. Mrs. Murvel Grant, Jan. mention 0f whoso Illness 1ms been lmulo overal times, died at her homo near here last Sunda morn-' jnK Ilt o o'clock. ( Her remains woio .taken to tho homo or hor father, Mr. B. P. Potty, at Narrows. Sunday night, und Monday hor funeral was preached' at tho Baptist church by Uev. B!rb, Shields, after which sfijd Was lufd to rest in tho Gentry bury us grounds. Sho was 27 years of ngo. Mrs. Grant loaves a .husband, throe children and a hobt of sorrow- jng friends. Mr. John Petty und fumlly,, of Fricdutand, attondad tho funeral of Mr. Petty'B e'ator, Mrs. Murvol Grant, Inst Mond'iy. Mr. MlPon Lloyd !$ very sick. Mr. Lyman Barrett returned 'homo from Sunnydtlu to-dav. Ho has just closed u ycry successful school at ,, t , " " We noo with Interest tho an jHiuncemeut of I'reildfint II. H. Ct'i'T". ot tho Western Kentucky Stn, Normnl School as a cand'd'ito for Governor. He is a 111911 or wloh- d'd exccutlvu ublllty and with his vBiou of a greater Kentucky" woul(, ,,a ,n tIe forfifronl of 0vCry,(cow which started tho firo. 1 llPorrea.iTO movemont. Many. a girl ia up t,dto in ov-J urythiag except ber blrtltdays. COURT HOUSE AT IRVINE BLOWN UP er DYNIMIIE Furnishings and Records Dcs-' troyed The Second At tempt Of Like Nature. Irvine, Ky., Jan. 23.--Tho court house liero was "blown up by dyna mite last night) the explosion oc curring shortly after 9 o'clock, dur ing a heavy rainstorm, whilo no one was on the streets. The explosives were placed in the County Attorney's office and the whole of' tao. building on the north i sido of the main corridor, which 1h (.persons win crowded the North occupied by the offices of tho Cir-j Union Station from laying hold of cult Court Clerk, County Attornev Thaw and carrying him like a Hnr nnd School Superintendent and thefvurd footbnll hero, on their should vauk containing- the Circuit Court eri. records, was almost completely (It - They cheered, screamed, jJh.lgth'd mollshed. janjH.riing. pel Ik. They shouted en- Tlie inside-wnlls. the tloor below, .coiiragement to Thaw, and poured furniture bookcases, typewriters , sarcasm .and. splto upon William tho upper tloor and benches In the i Trovers. Teniae, whom they hooted courtroom on. tho second tloor were as J. hey might a man convicted cr completed wrecked b the e.vilo-! point? atiocious crime, slon. Jerome smiled and Thaw laughed Fragment, of glatss from tho win-' in sheer delight. Thaw walked down, were scattered over the whale! through the iano beaten for him bj town this morning, and tho jar shut-, the police, bowing and doffing his tered many windows iu husiuesn hat to as many of the friendly crowd houses. Tho damage Incurred will ,.is he could. Thaw made reply perhaps exceed $5,000.' i VThi nks, thanks," he said as he Evidently a large cii:mtit of dv- bowed "That's awfully good of namlto was uod, about fifteen stick you J' being found about the wreckage tin -From Nortii Station to Valine's morning, some containing cap " ' Hotel,, vvherti Thaw and his guards This is the second reiont littemp ' 'inlteil lor dinner and a hriei. rest, made to destroy tin court hous-. the, crowd followed. It was geuor- In December, 1S13, dnam!to was I ally noi-'il abroad that the 'most exploded In tho corridor, but little popular prisonor in tin- countrj" damage was done. Tliuro was gr-.n , vns-to take the 5 o-'elouk train for" oxcltement among residents Iihi- Nc,w York. As a result. South Sla this morning, but as yet thero i nl- tion miis so thronged that the police .solutely no duo u to who coiuii'l' ted the deed or their same. v ' object for 1 Ki:ir:!tAii ixspkwiox QV COMPANY II IS !"(' ,t TJia-dute for, the uniiiml-Kcticrj' insiiectio'u of Company H is set for Thursduj, February IS. It is lu' peratlve that the companj haie ev-, ery aMiilable member iireseut, uv the allotment of funds to the Si,.; this jear will be upon a luisis uf those present at inspection, and NOT upon the total enlistment ai.hori.' fore. Should a very great- numti of the members absent themseh t lrom this inspection, there probuV would not bo funds rocolod sal.i cieut to hold a maneuver eiimp. Tho varlou ctimiiauies liav le .. authorized to recruit another sqiu.i for each organization, maklUK sbk"i squads lu all, or a total or 72 mi'" To met't thif. requiri-ment and "' home existing vni"i'iel, the fv -pany ueeilu about lf recruits anil ' is desired to. sooure them before tho date of inspuetlon. The nieiuhors ot tho company ui directed to report at tho armory for ion . tlnti n.t tilt ft f wntii mlii if iifl..i instruction ou ouch 'Saturday after noon, beginnln January :i0. until ; further notice.' The company Indoor rltle teu"1 liereby challenges any High Schoi' or College team iu tlio county for : rillo match. Teams to consist of six members using ,22-calibor rifle with "short'' ammunition. Tho dir hinoe tired to bo 50 feet; 10 sllou., si'ipdliig. ."1 Rhot's sitting, iv slnu. kueelluu and 10 shots nrono. Tl'"i match to bo fired in the company'- 'oilOUGK UNLUCKY MAX armory at Hartford. Can be lire'1 . MANY MISFOKTUNKS either during the iluv or night. T!" ',. f compaiir team will' furnish amnuinl. , chuugo. Jan. 2K.--Gtorge Uuck- III. ri tion nnd targets fir the match, alsor t Loulsllli Ky , urfalgnml he- riflvs, if the competing team so de sires. "For further Information cnll m Farmers 'idione, Hartford. 4 3U. C. B. SHOWN, 1st Llout. Co. II. 3d intt. MBS. O'M'MltY, OWNKI OK I''A10L'S "PIPK" (!0'r HlSifi ' ' ' , Btcanabu, Mich. Jan. 23. Mrs 1 Mtiwlo O'Loaiy. who fof forty ycr-J iienr liero. is doad. liler ne'ghbo ilccl'ini kIih wis tho woman who cow was credited with bavin iiw ed thu ureal Chlcaxo tiro ot 1871. I.. UlOV ,l,u.. .Mllnlnla frm l,. World's Fair ohhio to ure ber-to mi """' ?,H w,,,, Ju,,B"-" ,", HU,d' tend tho opposition. Mis. O'Lean ' Iu1 Dovsr ctinued Wio easo.un rofnnd. ' tu l0I!. K. A. Gravello. for two fj-. ' "Theru it goes aga'n." uaid BurV. v..i'8 ber neighbor,' said that whei.'"r' ""QnUnv-K iv hoodoo d-v. "I'll fru n'I..iirv settled barn .ho c K to tlio JiPn r Pfo OWre." credited with being the owner or the A good ex&mplo irwthe liaid !. j wrtK n-pound otrpreatlilBg-vJjj ti BOSTOfl PEOPLE GO "HOB WILD" OVER HURRY THAW Thousands Cheer Slajcr Of Stan ford White Surging Throngs Greet Him. Boston, Jan. 2,V -A demonstra tion. which challenged that accorded any. President or Presidential rnndl- iltitu In ttfiutnri In viviru fnllnWeri Harry Kendall Thaw's arrival in thin city this evening. It took twenty policemen, a squad of plain clotheR men and a squad of j railroad porters to keep the 2,500 reservo. were culled out to preserve order. So dt-termliied was the South Station throng to ."ee and greet Thaw thnt they .swept aside the ticket takers at tho gates and board ed the train, searching the cars. Noi allien' Cforfro Starlings drove liisTbC!irt baseball team to a world's elmmpionshlj) has Boston so entirely abandoned Its dignity. The hotel where Thaw stopped was eom pelledto place a special officer at its doors, so great and varied was the ' throng reeking admittance. Such was tho gvneral abandonment in Uohton that Jphn V. Fitzgerald, , "Honey Pit.," cut a social oligoge nic nt to' come to tho hotel to sing "Seet' Adeline" iu the grill room. Tli.ttf'will leave Boston to-night at midnight, unless Jerome again 'hniig'ejMiid phins, arriving in 'New Vork ctoii aftc-r 7 o'clock Sunday, fie ollr'be tukeu to tho Tombs ns iat i':i taxiuib eau travel. In Tombs Again. f-'"i"ork, Jan. -i. Harry K. Thaw is' agti'ii in th Tombs. HroughL hero this morning from Boston' his only stopover on tho way from 'New Hampshire, he was loek- , p, , , ft, . 'rwJn ' wh,oh c ,tt ,i" nearly v'nn years ago, when bo was committed to the ,Stute Asvluni for the ('rrnlinul Insane at Matteawun, following his acquittal of tho mur der of Stanford White on tho ground of insanity. To-iiiorrow, It is ex pected, 'ho will bo 'arraigned to plead to the 'indictment eharg'ng conspir acy, based ou his sensational eacapo from Miittcawau sevonteeu months ago. 1 lore Judge Dover yesterday on a ; charge of robbery, said: 1 Ho had beevi kicked lu the fnco 1 by a cow when he had- playfully i twisted. Its horns. He had beeu kicked b u mule and huiig'Oii u barbed w-'ru fence. ' Swl UHIeu ou l" "ecu wllh a razor by a girl with whom' ho "' il!,d tl" uururtuuiilo loie affair. ,,e ,,ad ". ' fr01 a I ItlllUUtv III iX UI1UIU11. 1 He had beeu shot in the abdomen 1 byv a stray bullet Aml nnw roodnoiw. gracious, ho , "S05UI like Pill tl'tt UlllllCklOStl KATiirxt 9y HOUNCINO i , BOY AT NINKTY-NINK , Kreollng,' W Vu.. Jan., 85, Rob ert Dales; aged, nlutty-ulive, rosid- ing Just over the Virginia border, in Letcher county, Ky., is the proud father of a sou born a few days ago. It has been learned by his relatives here. Bate first wife died several years ago leaving fifteen children. Last year he took unto himself another better half. Ile spite his advamed carc, he is re markably well preserved. Recently he mnde n trip over tho Cumberland mountnlns to Froellng, riding bon-c-back and driving thirty head of rat tie. He is reputed to bo worth fully $100,000, his accumulations hang kept well apace with his years. PIUSONUltS OK TISUTOXS SAID TO VUMItKIt KOO.lMX) Amsterdam, Holland, Jan. 20. Official reports state that tho pris oners of war in Ocrniany nnd Aus tria number S00.000. The Cologno Gazette compares this figure with 200,000 prisoners which It asserts are held by the itlllcs. The Gorman official report gives tho following figure? of prisoners in terned In Germany: French, "i.l.lti officers and 215,000 men; Russian?, :t,ri7.- officers and 20rt,204: Belgians, f.12 officers and :ifi,SS2 mem; Brit ish, 192 officers anil 1S.S24 men. These totals do not Include prih oners now en route to concentration camps, or a portion of those captur ed iu Russian Poland. The Aus trian prisoners are estimated at 200,000. Tho total oi SOU.OOit is more than double the total of the Fraiico Prusslan war HUSBAND REfUSEO WIFE RIGHT OF MOTHERHOOD And She Sues For Divorce. Cliargiiu,' Husband With! ! Various Cruelties. Denver, Colo. Jan. 28.-lJenled tho right to become a mother. Mrs. Kllzabeth H. Lee started a suit for divorce from Hiigeue II. Lee In tho District Court here to-day In her complaint Mrs. L-J says that her hushaud freciuently has de clared that bo will not permit her to bear any children, and that he fre ciuently said to her that if at any timo sho bore a child ho 'would de sort hor forever and penult her to lie dependent upon ker own efforts, and resources for hor support and that of her child. The Lees wore married in Co- , 1 llian, Ky., April 22, 100!!. Mrs. Leo said that, hbciiuue of her husband's opposition to children, tlipy have notie, ulthough she hah all of tuowyearnings of a wonmn tor . . ,. IlllhpilUg. Mrs. Leo, in her divorce petition, charges her husband With a long list of oFfenspff, among them being physical asxault, unfaithfulness, neglott, stuing out nights, and spending largo sums of money on other women She says sho was compelled Jjy his action to sturt suit for divorce oga nst Uim 11 the Circuit Court of ,' , , , , . , r 1, m- 1 . 1. .,.. i 'th crulsern and neural light cruis Joflerson. lv.y., but he importuned . , ..,,,'. , , , . er. ami a miuibei' 01 deutroyors her to dismiss the cuie and prornised, . , , .,,, .. . , ... , ,1 i..,ipi steoriuR westward and apparently that ho would be a good and dutiful , ., , ., ,, , . .... . , , ... making for the KngllBh coast, husband to bur, but when sho rt'dl .., . ,. ..-,.. , . , , , 1 . "The naeiny at once made for dfsmlss tho suit, ho conducted him-i, .. , , , mm. .. .1 ,, , .. , 'home at high speed. 1 hoj wore at self in "a more repiohensible and1 , .... . .., . ,. once purMiml. and at about !':u0 a ciuel manner than over. . . , , ,,-,., ,,, . . in. actiofi nua joined between tho WnnK Tc Stay Kli;lit. ItleVIand Sprliuts, Tex., Jan. 10. Hartford Herald. Hartford. Kv.. DeaV Old Friend: As tho year 19)4 Ih In tho pist and wishing to start right iu tho your 1915. wo are send - lug you money-order for ono dol'ar for Thn llorald f.r anthr year 10 heln leoji us rlcht. Whihlnir von success, we aro your rebp't., J. J. CA11TKR. 14.Ynainii HixVlier Uouiided. . I'.ondou, Jan. 23.--Tho youngoit membur of tho IlrtMsh armv at tli front. I'rivato James Stlvnit. Is bok in Kiigland. rejeovur'ng from a lirapnol wound In the log. Stirrat w'10 In 14 vh"h old, Is a son of r Cprpornl who l"t U's life in ' -n-i irion Vhi T"e oov w.iit to Franco wPu the wxpeiltlonury foroa lu Augtt. 'J'lm low lnJUio caie of Thomas S H'Rri. Stato Comm'sMoner of Ma4,i Velilols, on dial at Krankfor-ba-Kod with tbo niW,iiit)roprition or pii'd'o fi;nds. wii dlschrKwl no on Its fa'lure to aureo. 11 Ih"ou irr.is agnlust Byars woro coutln aed. ' For oIa Job prbatfag l"he Herald GERMAN G SENT TO BOTTOM England Is Overjoyed At the Victory. 762SnlL0BSL0"l23SnEI Cruiser Was Part Of An I vading Fleet Others Es caped In Flight. OKKH IAI. KM 'OUT OP IIATTIjK London, Jan. 24. An attempt by n German cruiser squadruu tn re peat the uttack recently madn .on Scarborough, the Hartlepools and other British coast towns, was fros trnted to-day by the British patroll Ing sciuadron. and in a running light the German armored cruiser Bluo eher was sunk and two German bat tie cruisers were seriously damaged. Tho British ships suffered only slight Injury. So far as Is known only 121! of the Biueelier's crew of SS5 were uvt)d. A battle also occurred hctwvaa the light cruisers and destroytA accompanying the bigger ships, bwt the rehult of this engagement ban not yet reached the Admiralty j The Ilritl."h "ere superior ia ships engaged, weight of armament (and speed, and the tllght of the. German ships into the mine ani sulimarine Infested field possibly saved them from further losses. I The Bluechor was a cruiser of jir.,rno tons displacanent. and al though commissioned in K'Os, was 'completely ro-riggod last year Sh I was not classed as a battle cruiser, I but was in thu next class to those formidable lighters. With her were tho erflIngor. rmany's latest bat t,u cruisL'r Sodlltl! wl Mo,tke. Ulft latter a sister snip oi tue iioeuen, formerly of tho German, but now or the Turkish licet, which was reient ly reported damaged by tin- Uus siaus in the Black Sea The Brltibh squadruu, command ed by Vice Admiral Sir David Beat ty,. who also was iu command at the battle oIT Helgoland last Augubt. consisted of thu battle cruisers Ti ger, Lion, Princess Boyal. New Zoa land and Indomitable. The llr.st three of those cruisers mount eight l;:.r-lnch guns each, and even the now Zealand and Indomitable carry 12-Inch guus, which are iml to thoso of the Derllinger. the only one of tlio German ships that had better , ' 1 thau 11-inch I tuau 1 i-incn guns omcial Kepoit of Battle. j The official "report fc'i. -.! b the Press Bureau gives the nU wiug ac count of the engagement j "Early this morning a Briilsh pa trnling- snuudron of battle cruisrni I ami l'RHt cruUers, under Vice Ad I mlral Sir David Beatt. with a de stroyer ttotilla irv.ler t'euimodoro Tuultttt ulaliln.l futir llepniun lull Iiattlo eruiatrs Lion, Tiger. Prliicvsn Itoyal, New Kn:ilund uuii Indomlla ble. ou thev ono baud and the Der nlnar. Sydllt, Moltke and Bluech r on the other. A well-contested 1 running light ensued. Shortly af , u' l c,(,oU lU1' oc"ur. which . Il'1 Previously fallen out of Hue, capizeu iuiu snnit "Atlntlral Bentty iopr(H tfiat two other buttle cruisers were seriously damaged.- Thoy wero, however. Able to co in lu u u their tllght and reached un iirer where ,dttiigur from Ger inan submarines And uuhm prevont Pj furlhor rursiiiL "No Rritlab uliliM have bxeii lost md our sualties iu pereouuel us at i"efc.nc t.'.fir'i'd ure yllght, tho t!ou(h cu lud tho line, having oni- jt ve'i wo.indcd and none Killed 'One hjmVo.l fuel iwenty-tiiroo ui-ivor hso been rescued from Hie filu Iters (Tfii ul )', uau it lu potk'ble thai otbere have been iHvcd by some of one destroyers. No repor of any dwtrover or light cru'ser fii'ht'mc have yet boeii re (flvt-d 't f.''0 dmrnl, though some W pajarentlf tuken plo. "Their rorWtilw lr exnrd tbc'r B''Hnfnnlfiri., to Tice Admiral Sir DaylH, Wcatty." i ?tf- ' t "i-'--i 'A ' -tti.w. u..