Newspaper Page Text
ITOfansifw WW)(ppfa' Sf
""FTjT & i -t.
NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28 1899.
AT THE CAPITOL
Holland Submarine Bout to 1)U
Officially TtstcTrOii the
Tuo Early Yel to Talk About tlw xt
Washimitosc, December 22, 18011.
President McKinle), Secretary Hoot,
Gen. Milep, aDd other officials have con
tributed to thii fund that is beinij rtieed
to pay oil' a mortgiiue on the home of
Gen. Lawton, at RedUnde, California,
whose death at tho hands of a Flipino
sharpshooter has caused much regret
and sorrow in Washington. The killing
of Gen Lawton has been announced in
a general order issued by Secretary Root,
which is au honor only paid to distin
guished otlicers. Before Congress ad
journed a bill was introduced in the Sen
ate by Si-nator Fairbanks and in the
House by Representative Landis, of
Indiana, who represents the district in
which Lawton's first regiment as re
cruited, to allow the widow of Gen. Law
ton a pension of $2,000 a year.
The Senate Finance Committee re
ported its own Finance bill as a substi
tute for the House bill, and Senator AN
drich, chairman of the committee, gave
notice that it would be called up Janu
ary 4, and be kept before the Senate as
tiie "unfinished business until disposed
of The Democratic Senators say they
will not attempt to tillibuHtur against the
bill; that they will only offer some
amendments at tbe proper lime. If they
live up to that, the bill is likely to be
by the Senate about the first of Febru
Just beforo Congress adjourned there
was a regular Philippine Islands resolu
tion epidemic among the Senators who
are appobed to the Administration pol
icy, although it is difficult to see what
these gentlemen expect to accomplish,
as the Senate has already shown that it
endorses the President's policy, by a
With a view to thoroughly testing the
the Holland submarine torpedo boat,
Secretary Long had the boat brought to
Washington. The destroying as well
as the submarine qualities of the boat
will be brought out in these tests, which
will be made on the Potomac River, a
few miles below Wellington, in order
that Congress may act intelligently on
the bill providing for the purchase of
the little boat, with the privilege of
Senator Suoup, chairman of the Sen
ale committee on Territories, before
which are bills for the admission of Ar
izona and New Mexico as States, beads
a party of officials which has gone to
those territories to gain personal know
ledge of existing conditions. The other
members of the party are Senator Clark,
of Wyoming; Chairman Hull, of the
House Military Committee; Land Com
missioner Herman, Aseistant Secretary
of War Meikeljohn, Gov. Murphy, of
Arizona, and Gov. O.ero, of New Mer
ico. The party will return to Washing
ton before the reafsembling of Congres
Democrats having introduced resolu
tions in both Senate and House antag
onlstic to President McKinley'a Philip
pine policy, Repi tentative Gibson, of
Tennessee, just before the adjournment
for the Christm ts recess, sflered a reso
lution in the HouBe endorsing the Pres
dent's Philippine policy and declaring it
to be the policy of Congress, after peace
is secured, to give the inhabitants of tbe
island as large a share in the govern
ment as will promote their happiness
Mr. F, A. Harrison, Secretary of the
Republican State Committee, of Nebras
ka, who is now in Washington, Bays the
appointmt of Allen to be Senator by the
populist governor has made the Demo
orate, who regarded themselves entitled
to the appointment, so mad that he ex
pects to see many of them refuse to sup
port fusion electors next year.
Mr. I. L. Requa, president of the Cen
tral Pacific Railroad, who is now in
Washington, was asked if he was an ex
pansionist. He replied : "Of course I
am an expansionist. Every man on the
Pacific slope wants a broader Union and
more hustling room We all realize what
such a port as Manila means to our
commerce, and the only thing worrying
us is how soon the insurrection will he
Senator Hanna has no candidate for
the Vice Presidency, although, like
other prominent Republicans, he has
said that Secretary Root would make a
strong candidate In Senator Hanna's
own-words, "Iain not makiogcandidates.
I have troubles enough of my own with
out biting off others. It is too early to
bein talking about the Vice Fresh
A sub-committee of the Roberts' inves
tigating committee will sit during the
Congressional recess to take the testi
mony of witnesses summoned from Utah
who have not yet reached Washington,
and January 5 Ins been set as the day
oa which the whole committee will hear,
arguments from counsel. Several wit
nesses bar testified positively to. Rob
erts haviBjc lived in polygamy, in that
the cae may be regarded as already
having gone against Roberts.
In order to adapt it more closely to thn
wants of the "general public, and to make
it more than over before the medium of
readable and trustworthy information
on Nciontiflc subjects, tbe publishers of
Appletons' Popular Science Monthly in
augurate with this number several
marked changes in'tho magazine which
will commend themselves to all classes
In the first place, the price is lowered
to twenty-five cents, which puts the
publication within the reach of every
one who cares to keep up with the rap
id march of diecovery and the more im
portant applications of new facts in the
arts and industries.
In the next place, the topics discussed
are to be given a broader range, thus en
larging the scope of t Iih magazine as a
vehicle of useful nd fiiteriainingkrii vl
edge, and extending ilH appeal to u id
er circle of renders. In a word, tbe phi
losophy o( ecien'-e which has heretofore
been a prominent feature of the maga
zine is to give place to the facts and
principles that apply directly to the con
cerns of everyday life
A third feature) nf the new departure
will be the employment of distinguished
speciali-ts as writers on their respective
subjects, who are able to present their
idean in a form suited to the general
reader, and w1ic.hu names give what
they have to say the stamp of accuracy
These and some minor changes of form
am introduced in the present number
To mention but a few of the articles, Sir
Robert Ball, president of the Royal As
tronomical Society, writes of the advance
of astronomy in the Nineteenth Century;
Prof. Charles E. Monroe treats of the
applications of explosives, which in a
variety of forms are now doing their
deadly work in war ; A Paradoxical An
archist is described and studied by Cesare
LombroBO, tbe eminent Italian criminol
gist ; What makes the trolley car go is
explained and illustrated by Mr. William
E. Baxter, O. E. ; and there is also a
timely article on the destructive effects
of vagrant electricity, by Hubert S
Wyncoop, electrician to the department
of Municipal Lighting in Brooklyn
President Jordan, of Stanford Universi
ty, Miss Mary M. Patrick, president of
the Woman's College in Constantinople,
and Herbert Spencer, also have articles
in the number.
"The Loss of Mold is (Jreat ;
The loss of health is more." Htallh is
lott by neglecting to keep the blood
pure, but it is regained by purifying en
riching ard vitalizing tho blood with the
gic-at health restorer, Hood's Sarsapar
illa. Thousands who thought health
had been permanently lost have been
made perfectly well by taking this great
medicine. Your experience may be the
Hood's Pills are gentle, yet always ef
fective. "It's no use talkin'," said tbe knocker;
"things is mighty unequal intbis world "
"Yep," said the observer ; "I noticed
that as a gen'ral thing, the people that
kin afford to buy corn salve is the ones
that ride in these aughtymobiles." In
Just Saved His Life.
It was a thrilling escape that Charles
Davis of Bowerston, 0 lately had from
a frightful death. For two years a severe
lung troable constantly grew worse un
til it seemed he must die of Consump
tion. Then he began to use Dr. King's
New Discovery and lately wrote . "It
gave instant relief and effected a per
manent cure." Such wonderful cures
have for 25 years, proven it's power to
cure all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at W. R.
Smith & Co's. drug store.
Young Bridegroom Darling, I think I
should like to take your little brother
with us to Niagara Falls.
Bride How kind that would be of
you, Harry ?
Young Bridegroom Yes. I should
like to push him over them. Chicago
After you have concluded that you ought
not to drink coffee. It is not a medicine
but doctors order it, because it is health
ful, invigorating and appetizing. It is
made Irom pure grains and has thatjrich
seal brown color aud tastes like the fin
est grades of coffee and costs about J as
much. Children like it and thrive on
it because it is a genuine food drink con
taining nothing but nourishment. Ask
your grocer for Grain-O, tbe new food
drink J5 and 25 cents.
A Colorado girl died from the effects
of a cake walk in a ragtime contest.
Served her right.
"Take time by the forelock." If
your b'ood la oat of order, begin taking
Hood's Ssraaparilla at once and prevent
Lamps cheap at Stabler Bros'.
NEED OP CONGRESS.
'Reference Library to Be Placed in
the Capitol Building.
AnnoltiK Delay (u CnimroiKiiicii In
Oliinlnlite Ileferenee Itnnkn from
l.lhrnry Ilulltllnw tn lie lllcr-
enmc cry $liortl.
Herbert Putnam, the librarian of
congress, hopes to be able at tin eiuly
tiny to Install in the cnpitol h refer
ence library, made up of selected vol
umes no in the new library build1
ilig. TIiIh was contemplated in the
last appropriation bill. There is now
no refeiiiieu at the enpltol and tho
bool.s ean be obtained from the Con
grctisiiiiiiil library only after-a delay
of f in in I'd to .to minutes.
The authorities of the library hnvo
culled duplicates from the main col
lection and made purchases to tho
extent of nearly $2,000 from the gen
oral appropriation for books. These
amount to over 2,000 volumes, com
prising encyclopaedias, dictionaries,
atlases, ga.ettcrs, manuals, -and stand
ard reference books, particularly in
history nnd statistics; the best col
lected editions of the writings of the
fathers of the republic and miscel
laneous material on government, po
litical and economic science. With
the above ore certain books upon top
ics likely to be under discussion dur
ing the present session, such as
finance, subsidies, interoeeanic canals
and colonial administration. The lat
ter constitutes a special deposit,
which may be changed from time to
time, as occasion may require.
Attendants will be placed in charge
of this material who will offer per
sonal assifctance in its use and will
make requisition upon the main col
lection for such further materials as
may be currently required to answer
Within u short time the first in
stallment of the collection will bo
ready for use, but space for it in the
capitol lias yet to be assigned. It will
require shelving and room for con
sultation and administration. It is
planned to have the shelving open nnd
well lighted, so that members may
handle hooks directly, so far as they
care to do so, without the interven
tion of an attendant. There Is little
doubt that the old library space will
be assigned for use as a reference li
brary. FINDS A QUEER SKELETON.
Contractor Uneartlix a lluninn Frame
with Horns on II II end at
Edward Jiyan, who has the contract
for building .the Dayton, Spring-field
& Urbana electric road, found the
skeleton of a human being in n. gravel
pit near Medvvny, O.. tho other day
that Is attracting great attention. The
skull contains four horns, two on each
side of the head. They are uniform
in sire, and extend out about two
inches in length. They are situated
above and below the ears. Those
above the ears turn upward and those
below turn downward. The skull 1b
fractured on the right side of the
head, indicating that the being had
been killed by a powerful blow from
a sharp instrument. The skull is
also about three times ns thick at
a white man's, and is large.
It was at first thought, that the
skeleton was that of an Tndian, but
the horns suggest that It came from
a race of people who inhabited these
parts long before the Indians. An
other skeleton was found in the same
pit, but the skull on it did not have
QUEER FREAK OF A DANCER.
Polaire, I ha Myatic Girl, Goa
Throng-b Her rerforaaae Wall
In a Bontnamnnllatle. State.
Polaire, the mystic girl, who ia just
now amazing Paris with her beauty and
strange dances, performed the other
night a curious act ofAomnambulism.
At- four a. m., while fast asleep, she
rose ajid walked out into the ParkMor
ceau, near which is her home. There,
clad in a night robe, she went through
her whole theater performance, using
the wooden bridge for a stage.
Her only audience was a couple of
bewildered policemen, who, thinking
her a lunatic, tried to seize the young
woman. As soon as they touched her
Polaire fell stiffly backward In a fit of
catalepsy, and is now scarcely con
scious. TO SAVE THE OLD FRIGATE.
Dauiklen of 1812 to Look After la
Cnnatltulloa, the HUtorle
Secretary Long has written to Mrs.
Nelson V. Titus, president oj the Mas
'aachusetts state society. Daughters of
1812, from Washington, that the navy
department has recommended to con
gress the early passage of an act au
thorizing her society to undertake the
restoration of the old frigate'Constitu
tion by a popular subscription, under
the supervision and as directed by the
department. As soon as the plans of the
society are arranged work will be start
ed. It will be made a national affair.
The plan is to restore the ship as she
was in 1812, and have her permanently
stationed at Boston as a training-ship.
Tueaon'a Oreal Treat.
The depot platform was crowded last
night at tbe hour of the layover here of
No. 0 from tbe east, says tbe Tucson
(A. T.) Star. It is a grtat treat tor Two
son people to attend tbs trains at sea
. - -
rfmUU mt WwUm.
The population of Berlin tasted
t),000 xaere weatea. than mm.
EJHE LUCKY DOG
fe The Vnjr Clover llMinslit
m Nwcellieurl 'rogcllitir.
nriinilK must bo ii L'irl 111 II."
I Mild .1 film Locke, he took
down his oveicoat. "1 never saw u
fellow more anxious to get homo
nights than you are."
"I do enjoj my evenings," laughed
Klmur Stearns, "and I have u very
pleasant companion." Then he
vvnlKcd away whistling sottl to him
self. Klmer Stearns had tunny pleasant
acquaintances in New York, but so
fur only one friend. Klmer was a
quiet rellow who stuck to his work
while in the big counting room, but
from the moment he left It banished
all thoughts of business, and gave
himself up to the enjoyment of his
books, his pipe and his faithful friend,
a pure-bred pointer named Clover.
lie stopped foi her now at a neigh
boring stable and the two went on
together to his boaiding place. Mrs.
Nubbs, his landlady, had said "no"
very vigorously when Klmer had
asked if he might keep a dog, but
after Clover had waltzed, stood iu the
corner and finally gone in her be
seechingly mid made his ben bow. all
in response to Elmer's command:
"Go and beg her to let you come.
Clover," her face relaxed and she
suid: "I never allow no dugs here,
Mr. Steams, so don't ever let me sea
that animal go in that door or over
Elmer was not obtuse iinrL, under
stood the emphasis on the word "see."
He easily taught Clover to slip by
him into the hall and over the stalls
at a bound, so Mrs. Nubbs never saw
him come in, though she often shut
the dining-room door in order that
she should not. and she silentl.v hand
ed Elmer a brown paper parcel every
night, which was always found to
contain tid-bits for the dog
City life was new ami strange to
them both, and though the dog found
interest and variety in the novel
things he saw from the gate of I ho
box stall whcie he spent his days,
and ICImer enjoyed doing the work
lie was fitted for, both felt u great re
laxation when the day was" over and
they were together again.
If tbe man wished to read or write
without interruption, the dog sat mo
tionless by his side, sometimes testing
her he.id quietly on his I; nee to invite
a caress. If tbe man was pensive and
wished to smoke, and muse, the dog
put her paws on his knee and rested
her head on his shoulder, and thus
they sat hour after hour.
Her personal beauty would have de
lighted any dog fancier. She had a
coat like satin, brown head penciled
evenly with white up the forehead,
and on her back was a well-defined
four-leaved clover in brown, of which
her brown tail formed thi"' stem. The
rest of her wns purest white. This
odd marking explained her name.
With this sympathetic companion
ship Klmer Stearns was content and
rarely felt lonely during the long win
ter evenings. He kept early bedtime
and spread a shawl on the foot of his
bed for Clover, nnd the two friends
slept as only healthy, free-hearted
The winter passed and one sloppy
April day Klmer called at the stable
for his dog. Mike, the groom, came
forward with sorrow pictured on his
"I don't know anj'thlng about it at
all, but the door must hcv been un
locked. I've been here every minute
of the day except just two hours. I
missed her About four o'clock, and I
walks over and looks in the stall and
the door was a bit of a crack open
and no dog inside."
Klmer went to his boarding house
to see if the dog had been there, then
back to the office and then tA the po
lice. Next day he advertised, and for
muny days he tried every possible
meanB to trace the -missing dog, and
finally decided she was stolen and be
yond bis reach.
The summer days dragged on and
the heat of tbe city became almost in
tolerable. Elmer had promised him
self a vacation in the mountains, but
hunting without Clover would be sor
ry sport. However, the weeks set
apart for him on the schedule of the
great business houss were at hand,
and he was wondering moodily what
he should do with them as he walked
to his boarding house one sultry Au
As he ii eared the house ho started
suddenly, for on the steps sat a
brown and white dog, gazing wistful
ly at bim. Gaining his room, he took
the great dog bodily in his arms and
hugged her tight, and they rolled and
frolicked together on the dusty car
pet. So Clover and her master took a
two-weeks' hunting trip, and they
were short and happy weeks. They
returned together rather reluctantly.
and mounted the dingy stairway to
the stuffy city room and began to un-
I pack. .
As they were thus occupied there
came a sharp ring at the doorbell,
which was answered by Mrs. Nubbs.
She drew herself up stiffly when she.
faced a blue-coated officer.
"Does 6ne of your boarders keep a
dog?" he queried.
. "Well, I should .say not," she an-
I swered, fiercely. "What sort of a
house do you think I have hereT One
of my young men did bring a dog
here, and I told him never to let me
see dog come into this bouse. That
was six saootae ago, and I ain't never
seen a dog come in' here since."
j Tks and de passed in here."
said a yoBf wemsn standing by the
I the lnttir44 their teareb, and
in due time knocked at ICImer Stearns
"There he Is," cried the girl, and, to
lSlmcr's unbounded astonishment, -she
i -hcd Into the room and begnn r
I Ish caresses on Clover.
II e Is some mistake here," he
re ' quietly. "May I ask why
you ..iiifcst so much Interest in my
"Your dog!" cried the girl. "I'd
Mkc to sec you prove It."
"Let the dog speak for himself," ho
suggested, inlhll.v. flovvr stood look
ing from one to the other, with sad
"Sit here, please." said IChucr, "and
I will go quite to the other side of
the room. Now we will call hen to
gether, and sec what she will do.
"Clover, come here," the infill said,
"Come. Lucky, Lucky." pleaded the
Clover stood with her tall and cars
drooping. The woman was nearer.
In passing her Clover stopped, and
allowed her to stroke her, and even
licked the girl's cheek. Hut her eyes
were on Klmer, and as soon as os
sible she broke uvvnv and came to
"You see," cried the girl, "she came
to nit- first; your own proof Is against
you. Let us go.- otlieer. Come,
And placing her band on Clover's
collor. she led her out of the room and
down the stairs. Klmer heard a cab
door slam anil sat down wearily, won
dering what to do.
lie decided to wait quietly for the
dog's return and watehed eagerly each
night for it. Tw'o weeks went by. when
dobn Locke Invited him to spend the
evening nt his home. "It's a meetlngof
n little informal csud club." he ex
plained, "without constitution or by
laws. The lii-t can unite one friend
and a si eon d invitation makes you a
Klmer's evenings were long now, .
though he disliked cards, he went.
lie met 15 pleasant young people and
"YOU SEK," CIUED THE GIRL.
CAMK TO ME FIKST."
among them Miss Ksther Daly. He
recognlcd her instantly as the young
lady who bad claimed his dog, but she
showed no sign of recognition.
Before the evening was over he wns
head over heels in love. When a man
reaches the age of :)0 without a love af
fair he Is apt to make a short cut of it.
Klmer Steams received an Invitation
fiom the next hostess and was thus in
stalled a member of the "Informal
Club." At the weekly meetings he met
Ksther and soon they were on excellent
At lust it was her turn to entertain
tbe club, and there he met Clover. The
dog was overjoyed and plainly showed
her pleasure. Ksther was surprised
and said it wns very unusual for her to
show any interest in a stranger. As
for Klmer hi suubbed Clover unmerci
fully in spite of her joyful whines and
manifestations of love for him.
Clover thought it over sadly as the
gardener tied her rope that night, and
she decided on a desperate course. She
knew the way quite well now to her
old master, though she had made it be
fore iu ihe day time. The rope was a
new thing sicce she had gone home be
fore, and she resented it.
She set her firm teeth in it and man
aged to tear away a few shreds, but
it was a big rope nnd she tore her
mouth more than she did the rope. Then
she strained her collar and the metal
edge cut her neck, but she strained hard
and it came over her head with a jerk
and she was free.
Klmer was awakened by a scratch on
tbe front door and ran downstairs
without waiting for clothes. Clover
slipped in upstuirs in her old way and
soon both were asleep.
He telephoned Ksther in the morning
that he had found Lucky and would
bring her back that evening. Clover's
tail hung lower and lower as she found
herself near her former prison, for home
it bad never become to her. but Klmer
urged her on.
"How strange that she should have
come to your rooms,"'sald Ksther, "and
' last night she seemed to be glad to see
you. Have yoiysome mysterious power
over dogs? or," and then enme the
gleam of recognition Klmer had always
feared. "Yes." she said, bicalhlessly,
"you are the man.'
He answered by culling Clover to him
and putting her through "many clever
tricks. Then be told her frankly ail
about Clover, while tbe dog sat by
whining dolefully and keeping on the
side of her master farthest from Ksther.
The girl's cheeks burned hot nt tbe
close of the recital. "Uncle Harry gave
hitn to me on the date you lost him, my
twentieth birthday. I supposed he
bought him, but lie must have picked
him up on the street. Whatever shall I
do to make It up to you?"
"There Is one way that would more
than makeup, dear," be said,'
"I'll try." sasmblipered, jJ'snd.T.yBtf
snail take Covtr,4)opitr',wth you till
then, sod." she added, 'with laughing
eyes, "Clover shall go on the wedding
trip." Hotton Globe.
When a woman doesn't take any
interest in her housework;
When the least exertion tires her
When her Jiack aches eo isUntly
her head troubles her limbs pain,
and she feels generally miserable,' it's
a ptetty sure Indication that her kid
neys are not doing their duty.
That backache is simply kidney
The poison the kidni ys should take
out of the blood is left in, and is breed
ing all sorts of dire diseases
But you can stop it
Doan's Kidney Pills
Act directly on the kidneys
strengthen them, help them to do
Read what one grateful woman has
to say about it.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gates, of corner of
.May and Philadelphia streets, Dayton,
'Doan'sKMr.ev Pills were worth thous
ands of dollars io m and I 'think such a
remedy i a C.odend to RulTerinR humanity
t drn't think t should be alive to-day had it
m.l b.-en for them 1 sulTered for years with
my kidneys and no one but mvself can im
itilne what 1 went through, "t he pain and
di'tress across my back was so bad at times
thai it was nil but impossible for me to Ret
tl out. The least cold settled in my back
jnd at such times 1 sufTc-red the most. The
niscrable iKarinfr down feeling was a source
)f great stilTcring to me. I also had a kid
cv weakness which was very annoying aud
Muey remedies, but none gave me relief. I
very nri aose oi uuairs Kinney ems
njpul "me I recommend them to m
riendsus the grandest medicine on earth
-ml ou may use my statement for publica
Dj.ui's Kidney Pills for sale by nl'
b-.ilers. Price 50 cents., Mailed
v I'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
, ol agents for the United States.
Vetnemlier the name, Doan's, airl
sc no suhsiitntc.
Surviving members of the old
established over half a century.
37 & 39 E. Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0.
When in Cincinnati you are cordially
invited to call and examine late arri
vals of the most exclusive patterns in
Sterling Silverware, Watches,
Jewelry, Art Novelties,
Diamonds, Fine Stationery, etc.
Mail orders receive prompt and care
ful attention. Choicest goods sent
on approval to patrons everywhere.
Write and state your needs.
37 & 39 E. Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0.
Ask ftr it at the Seek SUrti, r writ to
GIFFEN & GIFFEN,
I2TM, ROCKWCIL AND flLLMORC aTS.,
Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned
bis been duly appointed and qiulifled an ad
miniatrator of tbe estate of Edwin Keelor, lata
of Highland county. Ohio, deceased.
December 7h, 1899. O. K. Keelob,
D. L. Hoiladav.
Wash in warm water, and instead of
using soap, dissolve a t easpoonful of Gold
Dust WasbinK Powder iu warm water a
quart of water and avoid rubbing as
mich as possible. Biuse in clear cold
water, and while damp iron on tbe wrong
Bide, not lifting the embroidered pltce
until perfectly dry ;, put a thickness of
flannel under it. to nress it on ; you need
no starch or bluing
Bryan says he wuld not have ac
cepted tbe Nebraska senatntfhip if it
had been offered to him '
, , ,
''I had amnniug itching sore on my
leg. Suffered tortures Doan'a Ointment
took away tbe burning and itching ia-
I stantjy, asd quickly effected permaaeat
i cnrs.'JOW(iLenhsrrt.'BowllaOreVn, O.
It took twsnty-ssTen witnesses 1ft Ike
jastics court at Cripple Crsek to decide
tbe owaersbip of a epeaiel pap
Vb sbbbbbbV VBKa
Mr BJ ,
IB' ?BBBBBfS9 "
I I -''BBBBBBBSSal
r v--sS5jry Sffit
V K ' wM&i ni. , m- ' i -