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euUrrnl ol the f wtoltlco In tlnUililiuoii, Kmm it toooud olui nmtUtr. C.Q.NET1LET0N CO. Proprietor!. Tm oMinwowi'TinH, 11.00 fkhYia Thursday, March 7, 1901. III unit C. E. 61DL1NGKR, The Druggist, jj ', Frtscriptiont a Specially. '. '. f North .Main St. Hutchinson, t III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tub fimlonlnta In the lHKtsltttiiro voted for the new railroad law. Not because It Is good for much, but, be cause there Is a chancer-a possible chance that It may be better titan nothing which ws all we had in the State and if that bill did not pass was all we could get. Our dear novernor has durinfr this HfOHlon of the IffjInluUire done some thing n which he has made a record of a kind never made before In the history of tho 8tate lie vetoed a bill and then In lens than a week clmngeri Ills mind aliout It and attked the lt'Rls lature to pum it asaitt so he could nitjn It. We have before asserted that it by any mischance he should as chief xt cutlve stai t out to execute he would thncyehk mind before he had none i'tfaras the second syllable. Mow we hare beard it sugiji'sted that the Htate had better do as clils county has lone on tliu county attorney matter turn In and hire his opponent, Mr. Itreldenthal, to be coventor, paying fir his salary by prlvnte subscription. Congressman llidgely of the Fifth diitrlct introduced a It'll in Conires :npowerinK oI'um and towns lit the territories of the United Siatca to n lopt tho prlnciplm of the inlllaiive anil referendum. Hut, there in little lungi'r of this bill beoominn a law. It ii rot the way tin party In power is 'i)lni b;nlii'"'. They nie delegating the power of tjovernirir tnunii'lpalltles in the territoth's to appointed com tnlHslotis, instead of enlarlnc tin j' )wcrn of the people. A bill sirulim Tottils tnllir, tm ml iiteil by the State liKialuture but It wont. Inwlead ol cranlniR tuoie power to tlie pt oplu to thlr own biiriiiicsa they prefer to repeal tho laws they already had to fleet aoitiH of their own iMIim re. On Home of the lelnlation which the ji puhllciinH In tholenlslature nout ei'd xi;h n meat blunt of tnuhpetn mui1iI lutvo to go, they found It. necessary to lutike tracks backward Into their hulec, in other words crawllsh. One notable xatnple of this Ii the nmrtKiir!" re iletuption law. Tho senate was raili (mI enouuh In its demands to wife all equity of ledeinptliin away or do al iniist any old thing ihe money lenders might auk. lint, it stuck In the house. Tho house amended the bill passed by the senate to repeal the redemption law entirely, by inneitlng a new law which does nut very seriously modify the old law, It only teiluces the time for redemption from eighteen months to six months in case the mortgage vus g.ven fur the payment of the put chase price and less than one th.nl of the purchase price has been paid. As Is to be expected the News de fends Vincenl'a law which took a grist of city ollicers from among the list of those upon whom the great American sovereign was to pass judgement and made them appointed by the mayor so us to strengthen his machine. In its defense the News says that the mar shals and street commissioners and others oillcets became too independent and cauHtd a lack of harmony among the the various departments. Well we have not Infrequently heard of mayors who became so Independent they could not work in harmony with the councils; and of councils that became so independent they could not work In harmony with the mayor. Now this ought to be stopped. Lack of perfect harmony is not to be tolerated. The remedy is to make the council ap pointed by the major, l'erpaps It will come to that yet If things continue to go on as they have been doing. Tiik Infamous Spooner bill has passed Congress and become a law. liy the terms of this bill the govern ment in the Philippines Is turned over legislative, judicial, and executive, from governor to chief headsman, to McKlnley. He Is It. He is the gov ernment. In everything but name he he is emperor of the Philippines. lie can maintain military government, or can establish civil government in what soever form he chooses. Of course it is explained that this is a temporary measure. That Is to be expected, Hut all the same U will not cease while McKlnley is president or while his Im perialistic followers are In power. It Is not even promised that thv shall have a different goiernment. Hut It Is promised that they shall not be given the constitutional llntrtles we have hewed out for ourselves. How ever the bill is careful to provide for the issue of the various sort of franch ises by the president, so as to give bis friends who stood nobly by him in the trying hours of his campaign with huge wads of financial consolation, a chance to recoup themselves, I.v the past unlamented session of the Kansas legislature the house was much the more reasonable, liberal and sensible body. There are a lot of shoot mouth senators who Are' so high blown wltb the little fleeting notoriety tbey have put themselves In the way of, that tbey would not creditably re present tho breed of common yeller dogs in a dog show, Like most legis lative bodies the house has not shown Itself a model of representative govern ment In working repair, but It has been a thing pleasant to contemplate hikI good for dyspepsia compared wltb the senate. It passed the text book Uw In form good enough so that nearly all the fiulon member could see their way to vote fur It The senate knocked It ail to pieces. It refused to repeal the mortgage redemption law at the best of tho money loarers. And soon. Perhaps we will have to stop here in the enumeration of the good things it did. l'erhapt we could enumerate a score or more of bad things It did, but even then It Is an enlngeutn nn the house fur it was not expected that house would do f n 'thing good unless it wus by mistal ti It seems to bo on nil bands agreed that the pteaent session of legislature has appropriated at least a quarter of a million of dollars more than any other legislature ever did In this State. And the legislature that was next high est in It appropriations was the last one before this which Increased the imount nearly half a million over the one that preceded It, which was the populists legislature of The governor !n bis message this year made a great sermon about the aboli tion of useless olllces, and the practice of the most rigid ecoinony. It was only n grand Btand pl iy- If he ex pected any of these ollices would be abolished, he is mnro verdant in poli tics, than many people give him credit with being. And perhaps what is a singular thing about these appropria tion Is that the) 'contain no Items of Importance for use In advertising the resources of the Stale In expositions. The scheme, to get three hundred thousand dollars nppriatod for the semi centennial exposition at Topcka failed dimiuilly, ami this is one of tho few good thlmrs that tuny be credited to this oesaion. But the bill for an ap propriation to have tho State repre sented at the I'nii Ainirlcan exposi tion ut Buffalo also failed. This Is not mi well. That will bn a creditable ex position at which the State should toive al, leaU, soiui) sort of allowing. The appropriation for the world'ti fair nt St. bo'.tls was cut lo a ralhi r low llsure. So It can not bo charged that Ihe legislature h.1.1 been ton lavish In the Hue of adveri istug and advanc ing the material Interests of the State along that line. The appropriations seem to have been made along the usual lines in the usual places with a little added to each where the olhcers of the machine have the control. Ti.k contentions of the enemies of Admiral Sampson' that he was a snob and a drens parade soldier have been doubly vended In Ihe last w-ek. Ev eryone who knows anything about army or navy life bus long ago discov ered that there is a wheel within u wheel that governs all its machinery; that this inner wheel Is that furnished by the West Point academy for the army and the Annapolis academy for the navy All uunouvres for promo tion circle round them. The alumni of these two academies form an aristo cracy that Is as exclusive as the titled nubility nt Europe. Or at any late It is their ambition to be. Chances for promotions outside these channels are poor. Hut there Is A demand for en listed men, both in the army and navy. Especially In the navy they are not forthcoming. In order to make it a little more attractive there have been various attempts to open the lists of commissioned ollloers to those enlisted men who have proved themselves es pecially meritorious and capable. An effort was made to promote a certain gunner who had served on Sampson's bout with distinction. He sought Sam pson's recommendation and instead brought foi th the protest of his ma jestic snohship, not because he was In any manner unworty. but because men of the class from which gunners are usually recruited have tint tho social training to lit them for commissioned oillcets. The rail splitters, canal driv ers and the tailors may tie eligible for presidents, but they are entirely out side the range for commissioned oft! cers lu the army and navy, accord lug to the logic of this Imperial strut who has been so favored by McKlnley. It Is however not at all wonderful that the splrdof aristocracy and snotnorBcy nourishes so luxurantly In the 01 111 J. It will nourish auv place where the whole routine of duties Is described by the terms "command and obey." Army life is as fatal to tbe manly dem ocratic spirit as darkuess Is lo ihe growing shoot. As is remarked In another column the senate wus the body most coulroled by the trusts in this legislature. Af ter a text book bill had been framed and patsed by the house In very good fotra, the senate wus found to be so badly In the tolls of the book trust It refuseu to have it In almost uuy foim. It was so nbMlnute that ti e session closed with no legislation on tho sub ject, liy the terms of the old law It expires In April 1002, about nine months before the convonlng of the next legislature. Through custom and the satisfaction with the old law It will probably run along smoothly during this time. Hut during this time the American bock trust will tie assid uously Bt work 011 the unwary and purchasable boards getting contracts to last for a term of years. Aud the constitution, you know, forbids the passage of any law violating the obli gation of contracts. Tills Is some ttmg the patrons of schools will have to look out for. The book trust ac complished a part of its work. It Is a strange thing that men of or dinarily good intelligence on other matters will occasionally take a stand and stick to it that the cry ot militar ism and imperialism Is u false alarm founded only by demagogues for politi cal purposes. It may not be denied that it is used for political purposes. All sorts of issues, good and bad, are used for such purposes. The only question to be considered by the dem agogue before taking up a question is that It must have plausibility, and therefore should count' something. A question should only be dccldid by a calm consideration of it on its merits. When the fact is shown us It Is that under this reign of militarism under McKlnley the totsl cost of n.alntaln ing thenalloualgovernmenthas nearly doubled, we ask, how can a fair minded man turn off the proposition so fllp untlyV The year during Hayes ad ministration when the government ap propriations were highest they amounted to to 4(1 which was In 1S70. In Ink:! the iippropratloiis amounted to M P4 per capita, which was the high est under Arthur. The largest appro priations under Cleveland's ilr.it terra was tho year 1SS7 when they amounted to $1 60. Under Harrison, there was somewhat of a rise when they reached the amount ol J j,73 per capita In lSlia. The largest impropriations In Cleve land's eecond linn was lu IWil when thay amounted to t'l -". Hut during the last two years of McKiulc.v's ad ministration what of the exchequer? In lHimthe percapita of appropriations was $7.!iH, in Kino, fS.iiii and the appro priations for tbu current year are re ported to be in excess of if 10.(10 per capita. One would not he so great.lv surprised If this were simply to have occurred when we were enraged In the war with Spain, hut tt gimve buyer the farther wo get away from the Spanish war. Krom the above llguresli; will be noted that In pant jpiira pi lor to the Spittilsh war the average cost of 'main taining the government was about per capita. This year It is just double that amount. If you please this is the dtffeience between the republic of peace and tho empire of conquest. On no other ground can It be explained to any degree. The pensions constitute a large item of our expenditures, but there has been no material increase in that item In the appropriations. Tills increase of f" (HI per capita riieatis that Reno county with her :t(i,0U0 popula tion will pay 3 1 1 ",!( m 1 more each year to tho support of the government than in the years gone by. This is three times the amount necessary lo build the court house. Is it not a line thing for our statesmen that this tax is to be raised by such Indirection that the people pay it a little at a time on ev ery purchase, and do not have it to meet all at a time in a lump? Were such the case they would surely be hearJ from. Rmrknil Cnr lor HlK-tiiiiatlani. From the Vindicator, Huthcrfordton, N. C. The editor of the Vindicator has hud occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain Halm twice with the most remak.ihle results in each case. First, with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten days, which was relieved with two applications of Pain llaltn, rub bing the part aftliclcd and realizing in stant benefit and entire relief in a very short time. Second, in rheumatism in thigh joint, almost prostrating him with severe pain, which was relieved by two applications, rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night, and getting up free from pain. For sale by all druggists. NnHt'rnurlnro mill l.nn AMitlr- 'JH Via Missouri I'si'lllc, (In l-vliriniry I'.'th. nnd t'Holi tollnu'liiK 'I'nt'silny llio Missouri f.iolllc will null tli'km, llnti'hltii'oii ti eullfiirnl I'om inun points ri! iiIiiivii rutin, ( nil cr vvrlto for 1iiirllculaii 1. J. Li'lmliiioli, At'oiit, Now since you need some dishes, gr and visit Urehms and get some at those reduced prices. Money TalkS ! 10 Percent OFF To Cash Buyers. Our largo rooms are now packed full of tho latest patterns of FURNITUHE and CARPENS. Also have just received ti linn lot "f . . . Buck's Steel Ranges, and Cook Stores. When In the city you aro cordially invited to visit our store, whether you wunt to buy or not, The H. KING One-Price Furniture and Carpet House. World Illock. South of Postofllce. k SMALL JOB, requiring a few feet, or a large job, which will take thousands of feet of Can be bent supplied from the stock in our yards. Kvery variety of lum ber used In the trades and for build ing purposes Is here. All nreaounil, well seasoned And in perfect condi tion, Dressed and undressad 1 11 111- h'T lib low pi Window Glass, Storm Sash, Building, Paper, Anil doii'r forj.'ft. to let us "Pijf-er Your Hills." . $Rock Island Lumber Co. 215 S. M'lln, llutchiii' nn. Insurance I The Kansas State Mutual Hall Association is In the Held apain this year for business, This company has given complete satisfaction to its patrons In the past, and la sure to do the same in the future. It limpies all kinds of small grain. In IS'.m it gave a rebate of 41 per cent of premium. In luuu a rebate of ill) per cent was (,'lven. J. M. STEWART, Agent. A 1 mmi 1 1 " 1 ' 11' OF TASTE Full-courso dinner or n sandwich; cither perfect, served by Harvey on tho daily California Limited. Santa Fe Route. t A. WALKER, Apent. Ortiun. Tune. Agent A.T. S.K.It.R. Topila e'olnnlHl StatPU'lit e'ltllforulHi Tho grout Itnrk leliml i'uti will si'll, oiin way tli'kotn to common mint In California for )'J3. tlvkotn 011 mile Kch. i::ib, l, tint iilib, March ,1 r.'th, IIUIi. '.'i.tb, April 8, 1', 111 h, a lilt nml SOU), llHii. Fall particular cull on or iiUilrcm I!, (', Fiehor Agent. , . MATTER Positively the JLast ; Week of the Of fer of One Week's Treatment Free? WO ACCOMMODATE the jrreat number of people who could not get in to see us i;u;t week, and in response to so many urgent requests, we have deiLied to extend our offer of One Week's Free Treatment. Understand plainly, this offi-r is not for the poor alone, !mt for every one ; also remember that this is positively the last time we will make any free oiler, and that the offer ends at the close of this week. Many called last week and could not (.:et to see us because they came the last few days with the rash. No, do not wait until the last this time and airalit he disappointed, because absolutely we will not extend this offer. We keep our Mike open in the evening so those who are working during the day may free us witlvnit losing any time. This Ar;ay Apply to You Man or Woman. There nrethoti- sand,; and thous ands of business and professional men who are down-hearted and discouraged, i;ood men, com petent and tie-si-rvlni', whose lives have been failures from a money - ert'inj o r reputation makii"..' point of view. Just why this sad state of affairs should ex ist thev cannot unc.ersranu. ineir menus 01 ten say: 1 11. I f.. J . . L ... "Now, there's so and so, why he lioes not get alonn I cannot under - stand, l ie is smavt enough and old enoi'i'h m be in better ciivum - stances, and slum! houM have made success long ago." ' i ! oir: con.sultiso stmt. ! i DOCTOR.! THAT C.l'RX. Neither the solicitous friend, none; the sul'jcct of his remarks, is aware in nine' cases out nf ten, the matij who has signally l.'.iled in business or his chosen piofession is battling or struggling w:t!i some nioaen too, i a disease th.iv is enfeeNing both; body and mind gnawing relentless-' Iv at the vitals of its victim. Prba- blvihis do;: in the wheel of-human proVress and happiness, this insa tiate monster, may be but a mere symptom, a hacking cough, hawK- iTu' and spitting, indigestion, pain in the region of the kidneys or else- where, aching joints, bad taste in the mouth, tot:i breath, headache, dizziness, spots before the eyes, in- somnia, or one or more of a hundred kindred ailments. But the effect on the heroic, but incapacitated sufferer is the same. No one is at their best when racked bv tile fear of an early mid untimely deaih statin;; them con tinuously in the face. we am; Asthma, ease, I) e .pepsi.i, ma.r ni, .o.' laiia, Nervous Diseases, l.'iMr.n.n, I !.i iia, i )iseasi s, I Ko:ises and Abnnvir.; ! (.uvwi tery, all Chronic I )ise:-..-es. OUR U.7i RD: OvTiW all. e now extend our lice Oiler in,- ihe la.U time, and aii !tho.-v who call on us before Ihe end of the present week, may consult u:i and be i.v.iiii.ied lice, iv.it at each of our regular visits hereafter our charges for i- .. iiltaiioa ;;u I e-;r.m:iwt!"ii will be $2.00. Avail yourself of the onpor ; i-v before if is too late. WHY WILL HOPE POFt MEN. i- i;H' i'V lrV llli'l) wlnMUV fro fr, in , mi, V mi l.:n " "ur., i mniiv lui'ii r 1; ; ulii ilnyi ,":.il !"! in ii linn'. i" ' ,r ,.rk mi' lni..Hn"i ilri'il. wrnrv. ilnn-v ii, ,,rtt r iiionlli, mtIi:i' ii-iiuMvlini Hu'.v mil frnm ii Ii'iirni lur nlzi-. otVrr.viuitimiii ,lni.V Iin ivinolic! in i'ii-i' tlir iln i.r iinli'i miv 1,1 in, r v.nikiisH In iliiOn l. nl lmr.. mi lt,,, iillim iil, khiiii'IIiIiii: I" 'l,rni,i' ilu m up." ! 0'"" " -iim'h' ";iwiw" ..ttB!..iii;t 1 pit l.ny .'ii;'' i rnirrii'liiry mixture rinm mini f--I-1 r tin' Mmniwli. nml, In wry k'Viti' i'x''. m itlitl- IN 11111,11 nl.Mi lln'y iliricli' lo npi'ly m llii'lr .'iilly In vji-i:it I n-.r Ihe Mnilili r nml Imwol , pnlpl- i:., i,,i,,i, 1,1. ilmi lin'v mi'il 11 nhvl- I'lilmi if tin- Imiri. nilni".i. viikn,'s'i i,f tin I'inn'.'.-iH 'ii::";t, Ti pl'H ' ll t ll'.l .M'l'lH lo l;n,, i.r nppr -li.ii' il,: If tin' lly .r I11.1 ns tn nrili r On'ir pniiiH nml ill-iiirlniii'-i" wniiM pii". nun, . nml nil of III ti!Ml,iin i,r wiirnin-M uniiM I n I'tini'. Your -.. lllplnHK , in 11 y In Miinini'tl up In 11 f''' wnnl-i '1'ln ri' Ih 11 i;il;i iii'riiMii'iiiiill'iryinr lini'ki Mm- rltiL" nnil,'i' y .nn' I'yisI ;n'i'K'. Ii' inn' niir ryi"t ! .vi'iir slii'pilm". ii"i rri ymi: y.ni iril up In III" iui,ni. iiur fi'i'llni: lli'ili "!.. uiiiiilni lliiu' viiii,li'r; your iiii'innry l r: you nri' li'-ine lli'-h: llnl,iril ryi'il : hill's iify.iuri'y Hiiri'vi'lluw: linlr fnlliiiL' mil, iiml Iiiih n ilry. HMi'". ili'iiil nppi'iiriiin'"! "'ii n n fi-iirfiil, iilivny i vpi'i'l lna ilii- wirsl lu Imp in n; htv iiitiiiiis: ymi m a r ' v - .J doctor. 1.. r-iuri.ii, Tin' Clrciit Npis'lnllsl. Tri'iiiliiL- DIJLAJE5 OP MEN OSLY. 1 1 .... 1 .ir,.,.,.,.. .ipi1,., in v.'iir k i'i'ii. nml nwukf mil nf 11 ilri'inii nry mm-li f rlulm-y! ulii, -in,' mi lii lii 1 ui innsi: iiiiiiiiiii'iiii'! nn"' mi- rlrly: rnlli'T In' nli'ii". Ilnynu kimw wlnil iviiiwk yi.il In fi'i'l llkr llilsy Tills IH lii 'lll nut Ini- prnvi' "f Its nivn iiiH'nnl, Inn liislrnil ymi will vinul willy irnl wiir-n. mid i'"tiluiilly i-ml In ilivllm1, In miiiily nml ili'iitli. , Mnny i'iisi's nf I'l'iillnni'il yi'iirsnf nilsnry i-milil lin iri'ntii'il liy iiili iiili'ii in iln'si' iviiniiiiiis, nml iiiniiy wlin I Hue f iivii lit I - 111 h 1 In' innili' simii,.:. Imiilihy unit linlpful liy prnKT tri'iilnn'iii. Ar rhirirAC DaicntiiMA "", '''"'un '"" ""'' r","M,""1'u, '"" w;"lln ""' UUl CflaigLb nCl0UIlIWIC. r,.IM.t .if nil. ir .v.m i-nrn.'jstly i1.-,lr.' lo if.t wi'll. ironiw mul si'i-us. W" will urn iiinki' niiyi'liiiriii'fiiri'viimluiillnn. nml 11 mlk Willi us niny ri'.ull In 11 irmnt ili'iil nf i;isl t.i ynn, wlii'tlinr ynu Inki' tri'iit ni.'iit nr mil. ,1 nupy of mir "OflOli TO I1KALTH VrtMl to llll I'lllllTS, ILLINOIS STATE MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE. No. 11, North Main Street Hutchinson, Kan. Oilicc Hours: Afternoons and Evenings Only. The same ar gument applies equally well to the weary wife and mother who continues brave ly her daily houshold duties, bearing up with noble fortitude, under a double load that Herctw les of old would stagger and groan to carry. Young men and women also are, in many instan ces, discouraged .J. J I. ai me thought of grappling with stern fate's stubborn future. Iiandi , capped as they are by ailments that ! could be annihilated if taken hold of .in time, and by competent phvst- a.cians. Such physicians are the members of the Medical and Surgi- Staff of the Illinois State Medical anil Surgical Institute. Go to tb.eni for a rapid and per manent cure. I Ivir skill is hcv nd question; thyir integrity past all dis pute. I he tnousands of cases they , have cured is an EVERLASTING MONUMENT j to their peerless achievements, their ' unequaled ability, Consult them at j once. They will dispel the fiendish ' nightmare of pain and disease, and ; drive away the relentless liend j which is festering your noblest j thoughts and your best energies by .sapping the life-blood from yair veins. It is due, not only to yourself, nit to your family and friends, that you should be wel li:oncliius, Catairii, Neuralgia, Heart Dis- live 1 Mseases, Skin I )is I'Mieu- Kidney Diseases, P.ladder Diseases, alvMS, Rickets, Sciviula, (.inauniption, Liver ie IV'.vels, Ovarian Diseases, bchuii-, Tiu.iors l)eforir.i',i... eiiioal Disra .es, Rupture, Pysen- lli-ree'i'..!.? we have oih red nve Con Mdt.ili.ai and L.aiiiinaiio'.i to one aud YOU GRUMBLE j HOf'l- FOR WOMEN. ,;, ; l'r,,l:ii' n t'l'-rl. or fiilllii'nf 1!n- wni.il,. S. nno 'i' i,f I' i' ni.ni I'l.iiiiiiun r.'V'itsif t!;-;t!:i'''Li:i''!i'. unit ..it ' iiu.y Ii: 1hmvii liy Unit hi nr!n,.i ilmni. i.r ilriiu '.'Inn MMi-iiOmi ttlilHi I'vi'ry vvunin wlm MilTcra .L Ian'i'1 r.i'il ri ii"i':,l i'V I.(iiiiIiiii. 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Mini hu 1 iii fissi'il lin lr fnlliir,' liy ri'snrilu1.' iniill iii.niiii'r f prnps nnil iinilrrpiu iiIiil'. nil nf whli'li nru hurtful wlii'ii lln'y I I'oiiii' pi'mmni'iil. Ilx inri's. ; h I iiimli' ns In inn' pi : nml nn nil'li- ll'iunl pii is mil niily 11 iiiiIsiiiu'i', I111I, It. is irriiniin.'iiiiiiiiunini. iihiuti i'i'"-'r" : nfli. Hi.' initiirnl n.inris innsi ul iniiii.'inpi'rinrm Ilinlr (iiiii'I Inns, If Oils Isilnim l.y 11 prniu'ri'iiiisit nf tri'iiiini'iit. I'M'rylliluu will In-n uiinlim iii'iv; unit 1 In' wniniiii wlin fi'll Hint IIT" nun 11 wi'iiryilrnir nml lint wiirlli living will Iiml It 11s swwl nml kiiii ny us lii fnri'. 'I'lils irniililii Is nnr w!ii''li ri'ip;iri' priipnr I piT.-lsli'iit iri'iitiiK'iu. us II i'iiuiu'I. in in,,. 1 ciisi's, l,i' iMir.'iliit iini'i'. lis tin' purls intuit linvi' llii'lr prnpiT iniurlsl m. nml miy w wln will prnnilsi' 'iii nil liiiiui'illnl rn in miy nf ll irmiMi'S Is nicri' inivliuis In l'i I iniuii y lliiiit snlli'ltinis fur yiir wi'lfiim.