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& v* [i •yjjw ni».^ «Oi" Bwiway Sw'i i a Fine corner property on North Broadway, 72x170 It with 8 room house partially ern. This mod- property Is within 2 blocks of the G. N. ©epot anil 1 block within of the Cathed ral and car line* A fine location lor a Hat building* Price for quftek sale— $1,650 $1 Willi only $1,200 balance cash, long time, PER CENT Sei Me AS^uJ ,HOs WiD.liSi PHONE 125-1. a- ?j?TO\L i rUAy.' 'S»* Now Is the time to order your Fall Suit* thing Is here. Every M. L. LASSON Merchant Tailor iaxtfo. N. D. Business Cook paint* Igna. Phone V36. Have Knight Printlnc Co. print It. Good flour lenas new life to wo man's life. Golden Link Flour. Pr J. U Savage, surgeon and phy sic's n, Front street. Thone 1164-L for ae Job printing. Ulsaker Bros., 207 Broadway. Hannaher A ocnannach, job print ers. 629 N. P. avenue. Phone 1231. Steam seated rooms lor per month ana up. Twee aen block, N. P. avenue, Fargo. When la Moorneaa go and see A. J. Rustad'a new place, nozt to itu touth bridge. Plione 869. New goods for old. J. Ially. Same old stand, 510-612 First avenue north. Phone 478-1* The Northwestern Mortgage Security company has removed its offices from its former location in the First Na tional bank building to,rooms 3 and 5 Piano building at No. 9 Broadway. R. A. Engebretson, secretary. Have Kelley core St IIJEEW •i wSi Builders and Traders Will Di*ousa 8ev«rai Matters of Importance Thia Evening. Fungo Builders and Traders ex change will hold a meeting tonight in their rooms In the commercial club, at which several important matters are to be brought up. It is probable that a definite date will be set for the an nual banquet of the organisation, which will be the greatest affair of its kind ever held in the state and at which time a state federation of ex changes will be formed. It is also reported that the matter of the open shop will be considered at tfte ftfsglon tonight. .. 'i «»y l't' v' 1 Jwy «W thing. Ben Hart. Dakota Cfttsmmidyy Mode and Kiadred Arts Cnr»«r Br«*4wsy mm£. rreatl fltti, rh«m« SMl-X* J. P. BohUii, Dire«t«Nr n*w Urn Wimm Tcra mm 4sV«'' w-"# S« if V -17.« -s -if'.- y T'' 'V e*-j..',-* i v'.v i -M. V mm ,fv 4 ,h i'c jCrtS, ARC^riORA! FLOWLUb0 I.01UI fln COT riOWKM FUNERAL »E«MIS WeddlnQ ud rarly Itecoratton* •Of SecosiO A venae N. rfcane OTO-J The Weather Snow flurries tonight and Fri day rising temperature tonight. Barometer, 29.49 maximum temperature 15 below, taininmm temperature 2tv below. .ffe I cipitatton, .00? Vv '1' •i'V.'.-" 'jj. •viii b« kept standing, aud we sballDe giad to bave notices sent In by persons lu in terest. Wednesday, Jan. tt. 0. €. A. boys' calendarve*hiblt. Thursday, Jam 7, boys* calendar exhibit. i. Friday, Jan. 8, j." yiT. Afctander's lecture, The Gold Ship. V Y. M. Cl A. boyfi*' calendar exhibit. .-.Saturday, Jan. It- V Hi C. A, bays' calendar .«Khlbit. Jan. 15.\ Ceremonial ee3sk.»'Of J£l Zajgal tem ple of the Shrine. Monday, jjin.jng. North Dakota Poujtry jSho^v ,jr Tuesday, Jan' 16. 1 Trl-Rtate Grain Growers. North Dakota Poultry Show. North Dakota Veterinary association meets at A. C. Wednesday, Jan. 20.t North Dakota Poultry Show. North Dakota Veterinary asaotialMoft -rteets at A. C. Clihlc by Dr. L. Van 85s. Tri-State (Train Growers. Thursday, Jan. 21. »jL North Dakota Poultry Sho\«Jf Trl-State Grain Growers. Friday, Jan. 22. North takota Poultry Show. Trl-State Grain Growers. U. S. GUARDS RETURN Marshal 8hea and Deputise Biok Frem Leavenworth, Kan-. W^ere They Took Prisojiera, v United States Marshal James Shea, Bailiff Bert Wood, Chief of Police Grant and J. A. Shea returned la-t night from Leavenworth, Kan., where last Sunday they delivered to the au thorities of the federal penitentiary the seven priB9ner8 convicted at the recent term* of the district -court id this city. Throughout the trip south, they say, an unusually strict watch vvas kept on their prisoners, as the ounch they had in charge, with one exception, was the most desperate ever sent from North Dakota. Three members of the guard did not return with Marshal Shea. Deputy Sheriff Mcllvain, of Lucca, continued his trip south, Nick McKellar went to Chicago, while Deputy Gil Stout stop ped off at St. Paul, where he is vlslt teCfrlenda. .-• Seast. Probably the ugliest beast In th world is a monkey, a grew some look ing animal called the bearded saki. This Is so utterly grotesque a beast tJhat it would scarccly1 be safe to let child or nervous person see it. The ngliness Is not of an amuBhig kind, but of an evil, sluister nature. The beast has a sort of IwanJ and* a countenance unlike any thii:g else in shape and IJnes. The moakej Itself Is not partic ularl.v aavase. bn.t Is so hideous that the natives of its cmtntry. Booth Amer ica, Bay that no beast o¥ prey, however hungry, -w ill tackle It. Even a hangrj' starve in a cageful of s&kLs, -5 4. ^Miseed a Chance. ,•.« "But. Tommy." said hi3 mother.'•yon asked for two caken and I gave them to you. Aren't you satisfied?" "No, I ain't." growj?d Tommy. "You was so easy I'm klckln' meaeif no* 'cause I didn't ask fur fon*."—Phlis •lefphla Preasn Driven to Dr^ik. ijrtist—M.v next picture at the acad eay Wl!! be entitled "Driven to Drink." His Friend—Ab, some powerful por trayal of baffled passion, I suppose' drtist—Oh. no: it's a horse appro**!* lag a water trougW Ne Heredity About It. Oarald—ily father was an. did salt CJeraidlno—That's funny. Y(W an a ronng fresh. A covetous man makes no taaadii— Oh)galeae Proverb. ANOTHER 3EQUECT. Aaker's business College received another request for ante help this morning from the western part of the state. This is the first week of a new term and a quiet time in business of fices generally, but A. B. C. trained students are in deman,) all months in the year. Attendance at present is the largest in the history of the school, which la an indication that the school is growing in favor as well as the graduates who go into' positions. ,4 Wholesale and Retail il-'.C & me* V »4 -4.' Fargo, N. B. City in Brief The second division of the Ladies* aid of the First Baptist church are planning on a "Cob-web" iroclal which will be held Friday night of this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Laird, 423 Tenth street south. The affair promises to be something unique ind a pleasant time la promised. Alt nembers of the church and congrega tion are especially invited and a fun eral invitation to ail is extended. Miss Dun a void has returned and will take up her sewing by the day. Phone 1894-J call 1423 Sixth avenue south. What's $ Alice A. Stywe, Recorder:, There will be a regular meeting of the Eoval Neighbors in L. K. temple this even* ing for initiation of candidates. Rev. O. E. McCracken: The regular gospel service at the Glad Tidings mission this evening at 7:90 o'clock. All are invited and especially the poor and those interested in helping thoso who are slaves to sin. These meetings are profitable to all who attend. Mrs. F. H. Wilder: The evening ffocial meeting of the W. C. T. U. which was planned for Friday evening at the. home of Mrs. R. M. Pollock, has been unavoidably postponed. There will be a business session, of the W. C. T. Ul however, at the home -ot Mrs. Pollock dn "Friday afternoon at43 o'clock. E. C. Eddy: Thirty-one years ago today I reached Fargo. It was a chilly tone, but not extremely bad. Mrs. Eddy and I spent the lirst night with N. K. Hubbard at the Headquarters and the next morning started the pre liminaries for the ope/iing of the bank —getting started Jan. 11. Naturally I have seen many changes ia f%rgo since '78. Ship hides, pen* anC -jrs BoIR & Rogers. Prompt returns and high est morket prices. We are headquar ters for all goods in our line. Branch store at 303 Broadway, Fargo, N. t. Pay cash and ask for "3. and H.' green trading stamos. Dixon Laundry John Stowe, drayman, plione 14S-L, or Kingsley & Smith's cigar store. v, Why We Are All Mi^lsia. :we V *HB FAB0O FOB#* AHD DAILY "IfeEPtTftlSGAlt• TtWitSI^'Svl&tttof I^TtriW H*& i- uic £*cl that u ttuorum was not present at the meeting of the board of education of the city schools, no matters of business were tran sacted and the board adjourned to meet on the evening of Feb. 18. No meeting of the pension board was held yesterday as it was impos sible for Dr. j, W. It owe, one* of the member*, to be jfiresent. The meeting was adjourned to Wednesday, Feb. 3. The other members of the board are Dfts. A. J. Kaess and R-"E. Weible. 1 did not cough in cbuwfh, the human raeo would not exist."" And the professor, twiddling a piece of chalk in his hand, regarded the sophomores with a quizzical smile. "What I mean," he continued, "Is that the causo of coughing is the cause of our survival. That came is mim icry. Mimicry is a better life preserver than fieetness or strength. For by mimicry we manage not to attract at tention, and In prehlstoriQ times they who attracted attention were hunted down by the tribe and roasted for .din* ner or hunted down by the aaber tooth tiger and taken raw. "Since those dark days mimicry has been instinctive with us. Mimicry is what causes ds to follow the fashions. It causes us, when in England, to say 'cawn'f and 'lawf.' If your friend yawns, you yawn—that's mimicry. If he laughs, you laugb—mimicry again. If be snuffles, you .snuffle—mimicry. And if he coughs in church, straight way you and aU the rest of the con gregation, cough, the reason being the same one which saved our forefathers from extermination."—New York Press Famous Floggwa. Among English schoolmasters whose lames have come down to posterity with the dubious reputation of great fioggers Dr. Busby of Westminster school la the generally acknowledged chief. •. Of him it Is recorded that one of bis head boys having Insulted a young French viscount who came to the, school to demand satisfaction, he flog i ged the viscount first for the blood thirsty intentions and next his friend 1 who was the bearer ^of his challenge. Dr. Valpy, too, who edited an edition t-. p. -H. Frame of Grafton a night arrival at the Waldorf. El D. Mclntyre of Argusvilje, was in tlife city today oij-business."'.* 'J5. E. McDonald of Hawley, Bkfnn., was Ip the city today on business, v Ed. Pierce of Sheldon, N. D., waa- «n the city today, a guest at the Metropole. 4' Mr. and Mrs. Ml K. Miller, of Bar ton, N. J)-, wer« viehln* la tho city Wednesday evening. .., Banket- A. K Tweto of Abercrombio. was a night, arrival in the '•city and stopped at the Metropole. Mr and Mrs. J. Moug, prominent residents of Ayr, N. D., were visiting in Fargo last evening and" today." Geo. A. ,McCre.w. of Drayton..N. D., transacted business in the metropolis la?t evening, and thlsvmpming. A. Anderson and T.* N. Thomsen of Wahpeton, were among the business arrivals in the city this rfiorning. Dr. Newsajt, Fargo's chiropractic physician, has returned from his holi day vacation In the east and south. Mrs. A. J. King and Mrs. C. G. War ner, of Hope, N. D., Wer* among the isitors in Fargo Wednesday after noon state siinator L, Cashel was in the city today en route to. his home in Grafton from the legislatiire, which is now taking a recess.' Drs. Brown aird Bricker left this week for Idaho!" The former will re main there about two weeks and re turn to Fargo. Dr. Bricker will con tinue his trip t* the. coast, down to California and return «4rt about six weeks by Texas, New Orleans and Chi cago. GARDNER FIRE PROOF New Hostelry 8o Constructed and Equipped tit." That Danger of Fire )r- Obviated.' There are fourteen seta of fcaae. sev eral on each, floor, and two lafge standplpes, easily accessable, oil each floora. Besides these there are patent chem icals under high pressure, and similar to those used by ftre companies, distri buted on every 6oor, cwf th$. .building. Three large, easyand safe Are es capes are convenient to each hail on each floor. To make every possible danger from fire out of the qaestion a faithful employe ia-already on duty nights and makes his rounds to everjf part of the building, every hour, to see that all is wellr»' Fargo may welb»be proud- of this splendid addition to Its business in terests, Whether by design or not the Gardner will be open in time to take care of the Shrine members,- who will gather in. Fargo Jan. 16. Useful receipts U1 b* foun&ron the market page every Friday. One person out of 281 on the British Isles is insane -but no census'has been taken sinoe the latest suffragette .out breaks. Friday's market page fully complies with the North Dakota1 pttre food law. I tiding, tmm 4 of the classics, was a potent wlelder of i the rod. Archdeacon Groom, who was a pupil of his, tells v«tory in lllustra tlon of hla provresa. One of the boys had been flogged by the redoubtable dominie, and the lad's father came "to complain. "Sir," said Valpy, to him, "1 flogged your son because he richly deserved it. If he again deserves It I shall flog him again, and," rising, "if you const here, sir. Interfering with my doty 1 Shalt flog you." 1 pv' The parent fled. *m u V \A Fatuous Arohlteefs TrlcW. When Blr Christopher Wren |raa building the town hall of Windsor," a fidgety member of the corporation, ao the story goes, Insisted that the roof required further support and deairad the architect to add more pillars, fn vain did Sir Christopher assure 'him that the danger was imaginary. "He knew better The alarm spread, and the great architect was worrlldr haito addjpg the desired eolnmna, t, Years passed, and In later tlm^s. when architect and patrons were dead, cleaning operations In the roof re vealed the fact that the supposed addi tional supports d4d not touch the roof by two inches, though this waa not per cOptible to th* bolovr, v1 By this Ingenious expedient did Wrta pacify his critics, while vindicating his own architectural skill to future goner atio&a- ', V COAL Maglll & Ca pmonc ea "1-. ftHsiMiipettiikg, --w ,.„,iSSIPfN WHEN IN HANGER L. W. DRUMMONO. CLERK IN CITY ENdflNEER'3 OFFICE, MAY DRiVI ADRIAN HA HA NEXT 8UMMKR AS A RESULT OF RECSMT MM' CITING ACCIDENT. '/v Although Leslie W. Drummond, clerk in the ofljce* of City Engineer Crabbe. came to grief yesterday a/ternoon in company with Clarence Anheier, a clerk In the same office, while driving oife. of Crabbe's blooded steeds, hitched to a cutter, from the city hall to the barn, nevertheless he was so cool in the face of disaster that there is every reason to believe that when Adrian Ha Ha, the city engineer's crack pacer, comes down the home stretch in her usual classy style next summer, it will be Drummond who will handle the ribbons. Drummond and Anheier started to drive the cutter to the barn, but a combination of unfortunate circum stances prevented them from finishing the Job. The most direful of these was that when they were preparing to round the corner of the I^awrenee building their horse bolted and began to run around in circles. "Ae cutter, in one of these dlzav revolutions, got tangled up. with itself and capsized, precipitating its occupants Into the street. They struck with considerable force and. owing to the ice which cov ered the street, slid quite a distance, becoming cooled In the process. It was th(.s coolneos displayed by Drum mond which.may end with him driving Adrian Ha Ha at the race meets next summer. Except for a shaft, which was broken squarely off at its base, neither the cutter nor its occupants were injured. Engineer Crabbe arrived on the scene in time to bring his horse under con trol, and finished the Job undertaken by his assistants. •The :ale#v"Gardner hdt'el open's for the young ladies* school were ambi buainess Jan. 14 ,and in this connection tlons to emulate the members of the it is interesting to note the efforts "enlor class, whom they regarded with made to protect th^ lives and insure the safety of guests. The building is so construt ted that it reduces the dangers of a, fire to a minimum—but in utldiMcn to that the owners have the hotel with-the most recent appar atus proctiraWte for "protection against o O Four Kinds of Nails. T^hfr. members of a primary claf» In considerable envy on account of their proficiency In the art of writing compo sitions. Becoming eager for a like priv ilege, the five little girls were told that they might tell the world what they knew about "nails." A half hour Was allotted to the diffl colt task, and all went to work. The first four had nothing unusual or star tling upon tbeir papers, but Sadie M.. aged Kpvwi^wns characterized by con siderable Ingenuity She took her place with dignity and read without a tre mor. "There are four kinds of nails flnger nails, door nails, toe nails an: tacks!" and resumed her seat bewitch tngly unconscious that she bad caused the stnl!». T^he Insect and the Net. •ll:«Sa» Ueeti known for n long time that «h Insect* will ivot fly tbrongh e net with merheH three or four tiroes a large af« Jt? J/Otl.v. g% & SmM whereas a bird wl go throisirli .i tnesh of crjVi«pon!h Size without he^ltatinn The insect cat not tell u* li.v It stop* and lights o the net wfeuut trying to go throng!) and it* peculiar artlon pntrled obser« ers until the scfertlsts took the Diaif/"' ap, as they do,all things of that klotl They jiuy fb»t the eye of the Insert.I made up of :r»ny facets, so that th» net looks to It like a continuous opa^u* surface, the meshes not being appar ent. Therefore It sfops or turns bad before di'-rovers that It might bar gone through the net without stopping To the ey» »f the bird, however. tb« meshes' ari- jlnly vltlble. and it goe throuE'^."'. v r- iUAUX:t .THE Mftif km mmi mtmt mwmmm fielaii for $1 .OO P'W4"- wmmm ,mr* manufacturod of the neey «%de k r-' plated on a iMfm Tbe 'yu«ui ieiiSiua ..**«* A*. •4m the rivet, sa thaA this.' •at wear -dtuH. A %ums «f to® Itttla thumb crew w-ttl a^jwwt th* to cut anytbiR* from the thistA««* •esoMst Sabrte t« th» mm* wow hiwi had t.i» e*ptrteK-e of K whs, a yajr: »t «ci»^r* wm M»reeats Use VAbse ^ef i s a w v I** VWkHty urn*^ na,»i,itl| t» %hmn i» to be'* la wwwry ttmpmtX. the tinslosi ispriag' shears CI IHSII HAKE GOOD ROADS TH08. H. PUGH, SECRETARY OF GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION WOULD HAVE MEMBERS OP COMMERCIAL CLUBS SCRIBE TEN CENTS BAollf' Thomas Pugh of lArlnore, elected aecetary of the Good Roads asporta tion of North Dakota, at the meeting held in Larimore last June, the pur pose of the organisation being to for ward the movement for goods roads in this state, ha* devlsvd a system of raising the necessary funds to carry on the work and his idea which has met with approval thus far will prob ibly be adopted over the state. Secretary Pugb, in a letter to Sec retary B. B. Hicks of the commercial club in this rity, etates that while there Is no urgent need of any great amount of money, except for advertis ing purposes and carrying on corre pondenre, some money is desired and suggests tFfat the Fargo club be re quested to tax its members 10 cents per head, thus helping in raising an amount with which the committee may carry on the work. Mr. Pugh states that the Larimore club approves the system and he has the entire state to help in this .manner in promoting the good roads move ment. At the time of the meeting, the mat ter of boosting the good roads for North Dakota met with favor but the executive committee were provided with no means to advance the work, it being the order of the assembly that whatever system best suited the executive committee should be adopt ed The officers of the association are A. I. Hunter, president, Grand Forks R. M. Dolve, vice president, Fargo, and Thos. M. Pugh, secretary and treasur er, Larimore. Tenure of Office Act. Tii§ tenure of office act, pa as ad by congress in February. 1867, during its bitter fight with President Andrew Johnson, was a bib limiting the pow ers of the presldeut In removals from office Among other things it took from the president the power to re move members of his cabinet except by permission of the senate, declaring that they should hold office "for and during the term of the president by whom they may have been appointed and for one month thereafter, subjec: to removal by and with the consent or the senate." The president vetoed the bill, but it was passed over bis veto. N»w York American. The Standard Slae. "Here's another alleged humorous ar ticle about coal by that new Jokesmltb if ours," said the editor's assistant "Shall I use it?" "What size is It?" asked the editor. "Oh, chestnut also, of coursef*—Pbli tdelphla Press. Making Sure. *T pay 'la :I ill)® HCMT^INCfl WHTENt TWMSmM HPSUWI6 S8DELARS- •WoA iwltt e tftiueiaak4| A prim*%m #cx.:««a|iauate» the fel la* to#'. **tf lbs# ijMthr *f Its ««ky witty wtihtn ttr* prmm tmm i\&*> tt will re ftaM wiCh a Mt v*3sr tMs*." T© m* A S^AMI or TMME SHEAim go," declared tb* pom pous citiien "Not while I'm running these apart ments." declared the Janitor. "You'll paj aa yon move to."—Loularllla Ooa rler-Journal Wisdom of the Seer. Yoang Lady—Will the yonnf nan I am engaged to make a good husband? Fortune Teller—It's np to you to make a good husband of him Ail bad bus bands are self made.—New Yo*-ic World. Nothing Is eo oppressive as symme try because symmetry Is boredom, and boredom t# the baais of melancholy and rv^»nr Hngn »»««y Fwnstn $ay- h|g IJ.W wm»ikm to advance, amy have 0 pah- ibex# fmsa, O^l rfb^rs, bjr awxaths to ad mance, mj uav*. »h«- frw, If the |feear« iky eatM iter p#et»»ft, Cali at The Feraas «aM »ow, or: SI) *m thi» vfjan and mail U la at oaoe, *T*-.3S:V' ^|||f ••MMisjHtti itaa ttwkfltnietfok: amd will out wmat toll Thmy w&k mm m*A tisoww psepet to a heary bone bkmakdL Ifele tk« Pteteal Ttewmim Bpm§. It 4acs sway with The lUwtetkMi below akove exact fdae ti»e akacaam. TlteKy we feicbca ia ieD^th. SSL rsisiasT swff NAMES CliMlliTEE, AMERLAND, OLSEN ANO STERI* WILL WORK WITH RAILROAD^ MEN TO GET RAILROAD TO PUff •HOP TRAIN ON AGAIN. 'Vice Prwt W D, flwaet the Farg* Commercial club has appointed H* Amerland, W. O. Olsen and Max Stern as a committee to act in conjunction, with the committees from the railroad? brotherhoods in trying to induce the' officials of the Northern Pacific ratl road to put the Dilworth shop train* which was taken off on .Jan, 1, puti back into service. This committee waa provided for atst the meeting of the commercial c!ub%' Tuesday afternoon when it was decld-^? ed that some efforts should b® made to», have this train replaced In service^: It will confer with the local official*! and if necessary go to St. Paul and interview the higher officers of tH«r,» Northern Pacific. 4\ A SECOND MOUTH. Minneapolis Tribune: It Is claimed for a surgeon in a London hospital that he has discovered a real use fotf the verlform appendix, heretofore^ considered without anv utility in tho» human system. The lower part of the inteetinalf canal sometimes requires treatment^ with .medicine* that for various rea-^ sons cannot be administered through^ the mouth and stomach. The new oper-f at ion. which is called appendercae-^ tomy, consists in opening the abdomtn-4 al cavity, urawlng the end of the ap-^ pendlx through the opening and stitchv ing it so that it will grow there, and** finally opening the closed tube thua^ ferme.i to the exterior of the body. •%. When it all heals you have a ti*y\ opening direct into the intestines lflra* a second, mouth without the sense of, taste or any complication with thjk stomach, lungs or other upper organs. Through this medicine can be intro duced that the mouth or stomaclr} might reject or that would be absorbed'* and lost before it made the long Jour-f ney to the point where its work is to be done. Besides its alleges advantages to the medical profession the discovery-' ought to be a boon to persons who have to swallow large quantities ,Of| evil tasting or smelling drugs. Every new thing i* old and the pub*, lication of this London mtory In New York brings to light an operation pra| clseiy similar performed on a citia»% in one of its hospitals a year and v half ago. We are not told if t|M chronic disease treated in this way through an artificial mouth was cured after the operation, but the patient ia waJking proof of the surgical Bucceaa of it. He still has the little second mouth and can take medicine through it when desired. All this recalls an older story of surgery before the diacoverer of antj septls when th s abdominal cavity could not be explored without causing death. By a hunting accident under peculiar ly favorable circumstances of out of door life and freedom from infection, the wound of a Canadian shot in the stomach healed so that the stomach/ walls and body walls united, leaving an opening through which all the opee~* ationa of digestion could be watched,- Japjtnese Women We do oot deny that in the dajs of-, aid Japan women were taught &ad trained to bold and did occupy s po sition inferior to that of man, although as mothers they were regarded wltA the highest respect and'devotion, But those days are gone, and toda^ our daughters are given full freedom to Uve and act with perfect eqcajlty tbeir Bisters of the west wkile mothers retate tbeif old poemona i (nm honor anf "•tsUl *•»., V",» (»4 kiveiitkm vwaa WL' soe p*b ef *setftMsA imm-wHh iM K. fer me. Bally Forum for A« mmi we, £»+*. paid. BL. 9. 9^ *r- AMmm i .. 5-iS -M.