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Ardmore, Thursday, March 29, 1909.
II" FOUR - THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. U t r n o l li M U 1 r r IR 4. r i 1 ; 1 4 4 I t l T' 1. 1 II t 'I 5 V Sljc Sail.) arbmowitc. .Every Day Except Saturday Dy THE ARDMOREITE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Sidney Suggs 1'retddent O. L. Uyrne vlee-PresMcnt a A- Managing IMttor J. .Hontress WUdoan. .Associate iSiltor J.'V Easley Usless Manager UNipj Entered at the 1'MtoSco at Ardmore aa Seoond-Clasa Matter. November 2, 1803. TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. The Dally Ardmorelte. On Week 6 On Month mm One car The Weekly Ardmorelte. Tor Year, by Mall Six Montha Tnrco Months 2 (Payable In Advanee) " Confer with the Managing Bdlter n all matter pertaining to the e fcirUl department and with the I'roi-Ut-ol or House Manager on bsl 3t'- JpuMlahod every afternoon (except tlitnrday) and Sunday morning. rOfflew of publication. North Wash fafgton atrecL "rVho official nowspaper for tho Unit ed BUM Court of the Southern Dis trict, InJIan Territory. Alio for the Chickasaw Stock Association of the Icfdlan Territory, and the odelal or- gafn of tho city. ' ...wrt .aflwtlnn tinan the character and reputation of any par son which may bo printed In the Art mnrctte, or any article based on re port that aro falic. will be gladly cor rcted If brought to th,, aUenUon ct thy pubJlahor. PHONES. lxJalneM Manager's Office ,...M CKy Editor b uincc. Line Dlataneo ............ v 614 Aiimore, Thursday, March 29, 1906. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO ARDMORE. Ardmore la to be conBratulatod on having such distinguished visitors ax Tn. Ulllan N. Btovons, tho national president of tho W. C. T. U, and Mrs. Anna A. Gordon, tho national vice pffwUlcnt at large. These ladles will bo In Ardmoro April ICth, when a ro ocptlon will bo given them by the la dle of tho local organlrxtlon. Mrr. stevens and Miss Oordon have male tsjo organ.wUlon of W. C. T U. clum tlp-lr l.fo work and han mot wl'b nrvit aurr oaa In their deserving of fict. Tlicae cluba have don't Incalp.i Iribln gool. and Ardroor. lll ahow Ita pprrclallon by do'.nie M n IU powei tA mako their aty In our icldat pkui srL It la not often thit n town ul AlrdniOTH'a alio has tho honor of en tertalnlnB ladloa who nn.o af.iln'd mich rcrrtitatfona a Mrs. Stnvona and ajlis Oordon and wo should appio rlito tho opportunity their visit glvoa rif by treating thorn with marked dl Unction, to which tholr noblo work en title them. oo l la with n folla; of Rreat re'.of -tua tho "Joint" cxnora will lenrn that Carrlo Nation has lost he i&icht. J oo IDoti't toll what the cnndldatea you auin working nBnlnul wont do Juwl wiy what tho one you an worklos for will do. oo , Tlio Katy Klyor atopii at Pryor Crwk, it has beoi auKRoatoil that thl 4op U made for the imrpo of r!t IrtR tho pttaaeneora a drlnU. J tH.O j Speaker Cannon o.d not oomc all way from Dnvlllo d.xael In aomonpuii lor nnthlnB. Tlie iippurM i Ihls limtnnco did i.ot biiiv tba ipan oo "Craft" whttuld be made n felony And end it onee for nil. Tho people have a rUht to be protected from the poltto yntem of tlioft. made boiiiI rmpectnblo by oaUbllalied custom. o-o Mr, JatneH M. Miller, a congressman trom KnniMH, haa wlady denlel that Ho aal 1 ho "know better how to vote nn the statehood question than hU oust tuents." It will be up to a num Jjw of olhor congressmen to explain vhy they fenrod Cannon mora than they did their duty to tho peoplo. oo Tho way to havo nn obnoxlotia ltu? repenlod jiromfilly la to enforce It to -tlio Utter. Allotting violations to .jwat unnoticed nnd unelrallenKi'tl haa a tn doncy to croatu In the iniudi of the lawless clemont a further disregard for all lawn. Tho valuo of a law can only uo determined by a rinld unforoe meat of It. South McAlestor Cnp. lal. Ah former Oovernor Roberta of Tex ob suld. "If the country la to ro to h I, lot It go to ti 1 according to Taw." CURSE OF CARPET BAO RULE. The Democrats of Pureell havo de- nfuneed In no uncrtalo ton-s the car pet-hag ml Ptrflowlag la the reso lution adopted by the Democracy of t'urceli In reference to statehood: "We eommead the coarse ct the Democratic members of eotv grete la their bold ami feftrioM suad In behalf of I tamed UU state hood for Iediaji and OWahoma. TerrlUirla. "Ke des&mce th National Hepo-h-I loss admlalM ratio for IU ttr mlaed effort to etteat sUtefcood. To kmger deny to upward of omi sod osw-half alUioa clUaeae the prlceteee booa of loeal-gownimrat Is a aaUout diaarare sad a loeat who haa shows himself 'a master teUteKhU cotidHlaas mlaly to tka beMtf that the admlaalon of statehood of Oklahoma sad lfldlaa Territory wooM meaa lb creation of a Deeaoeratte Mat. The ears o( carpetbag rule la the terrttori la to be pereetnated aalesa K Is t ran (led by the have of Democra cy. We denrecate the fact that the Declaration of Independence and the Coaotltathm of the Unlte.1 BUtex, whMi miaraate efraal rlghu to all Ameriraa rtttoea aad which were sired by a aptrlt of frmtfom aad bora la a manger of liberty, hare heea publicly pros tltoted. to the kaowledga of th entire world, try th high-hasd), caar-llke aad tyraaaleal rullas; of the llefmhllcaa speaker of the an tloaal boate of ropreeeatatlrei. who baa shown hlamelf "a master Instead of a eervaat of tho people.' " Th hhnorr of every trn Amorteaa shows his Innate aad larlactble tor for liberty aad teM-aoveraateaL With out this lor th United States could never have developed Into the groat nation she Is today. Had Democrat! Ween oeoupylnR the seats of Republi can congressmen, tho Ardmoreito feota statehood would have been An assur ed fact. Thuy would not have been In fluenced by tho dubious measures of Speaker Cannon and Senator Forakor Among tho Republican) there are members of tho houso who aro mere nonnntltlos nnd who hnrq allowed thcmaelren to bo completely dominat ed by Spwikor Cannon. It should be left to tho discretion of congress what diould bo tb) qualifications necessa ry for n alaJo to be admitted. When tlictki qualifications havo bean attain ed the admission of a territory a a state Into tho union Is not only host for the Individual territory and for tne United StAtoft.'txit It Is a right duo the peoplo of th territory which can not justly be ilmled or withheld. Without a doubt the question of In rrcaslng the pollt'.rsl power of the par ty In eontrcl has rlayed Its part: the sood of the people aa a whole and the rights of the pople In the torrltorle are dlwrgarded In order that the ulrength of tho Republican party might become Increased. V'hy were' tho Da kolas divided? Why was Nevada nd mltted with only tl.OOO Inhabitants? It la but fair and Juki th.,t th" wlalr of the people r Oklahoma nu-l Indian Territories themselves whe wlll-bo Imedlntuly concorued ahoii' I bi- considered. Tho pf-oplo of Iheao twj errltorlen aro closly alllllatod. The Physical conditions of the country r:o much tho name, tho poopli follow the samo Industrlen, the :.io the sane ''llglon, they nro of tin .nmo H'lit they are a pt-ople word r.v trward f common end, nnd the newspapers, con ventlona nnd vote taken for joint ct-it hood show tho doelro of tho people uul that deelro Is to have Joint rta'c tcxl. Tho hlHtory of tho two torrl orlen Is tho stronger! .irg ul them to bo unitod aa on t.iie. Con llt'ona existing In Arlanna and Now Mexico are much illfferr nt from those tn Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Ar 'soua and New Mexico imch.hns aum "lent area, population, wealth and re sourer for statehood and ixteh haa nr ontnnlxed terr'torlal form of govern nent long established TMs gives them the right to not only lie for soimratf tutehood, but to demand It. The peo plo of Arlxona aro almost entirely Americans, whercus tlwse of New Mexico are mostly of Mexican extract and many iwimitlsl dlfferencos exist between them. The Continental DMdt 'onstltuteH n physical separation anil thulr comblnwl area Is greater thmi 'he entire area of Maine. Now llamp dttre, Vermont, Massaclvunetts, Cm Hctlrut, Hholo Hhml, New Vor New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware Maryland and Virginia. It la evident Hint they would tnako an onornimiHly largo state. From all parts of Arlznn "rg:inlzatIoti9, achools, towns nnd cm entiong have aont In protests pnntn 't itatobool In the most vehement iorm It li said that together Oklfiin-im .nd Indian Territory aro too lnrv Thlt cpnnot spjly to tholr aren. a- nero aro nueen atatos ltli iarg,r re.is. They could be larger or smaller vnd st'll have' suitable area, but to .v tliey are too largo wjll not holii 1 i y'icu thf Ir st" h cnmpTrc,! Itt ' 'f s of c'hrr r'fos nf tho unln The combined wealth of theso two tor rltorlf-s alresdy cellpses that of any I state when it was admitted aad that! of a number of sta'e that hare for a number of years a)oyed sovereignty. 1 The status of Oklahoma has bn that of an organised territory since J. 1.190, aad has grown Into th giant" with snch wonderful aad such n great population. In anas Territory 1 1 aa nacrgaalxed mrMt j. bat condlUons herela are ranMly changing At pita t agrtcultnr sod stock rnMsjs; ar th cbt ua4awtrts. but th mineral wealth It Jmn hs alag to b developed aa4 the aroipeet for a wonderful amoanX of wtIU from this sourc Is encoumaiSK. Oeal measures over 104 Mtnnr IV- Ootd, silver kad mA exist la fvnsral parts of the terrltoiT. Thrt Is aa abaaoaaco of aa scllmt snaBty asabalt. oO. tiae ami marate aad th llmetoaes are long hi auantrUee In eertala settcma. lasuaa Territory haa IIS aatkmad haavhs anal 141 ladlrhtaal hanks WH1 Imttaa Terrttury a a huiaes. upon Clahoaaa if Jodat KauVr.)l Is given aa? Is4lan Terrttory has ssnst- vieat area. suJIchwst pnrmatlsm. ismv cleat waalth aad th htalas of Ha om mopoNtaa pooulatloa ar so si 1 sat uk self aovf rami nt Thesi vhr ihnnM they a a buraea? ta4taa Ttrrlmx; doe not ask te be a4mittei atone, aad every oa aars that th two tarrfto- rtes are perftcUr eanaht of neti-gwr erassoat. The simple- reason that con ditions aeces:utd the taM f la dlaa Territory helag a tlttVo dlSerea: from that of other territories at the time of admhMio aad that th pre cedence Is not precisely conformed to. Is not a tuacteat rtaaoa to oaaee loo.orto of latclllsmat aad Uborty-lov- lag Amorteaas to llagor without self- corerament far aa ladHbdt ttate whea they ar rspabl of aolf forera n'Dt aad are of right do k. Thoa should aa Impediment which does sot effect th real Iseue proveot ch a vast host of people from obtalaiag the political rights aad Itbertto they de serve? The rcpl of pits district staaihed Speaker Caanoa once. If they do not heat him agala they deserve the dis grace of having wtch a repreaentaUve In congress. Thre are. however, alsns that the pimlelum haa reached lis fartkoat lln- t and may swing la the other d I roc- Ion; then the curse of carpet-bag rule will be a thing of tho past forever, with Democracy In tho ascendancy. THE NEXT PRESIDENT. Joe llaltey, the talented soaator from Texaa. Is being mentioned as the next Democratic notrdnce for presl- nt. Mr. Ilalley, though a compsra- Ivfly young man, his made a Rreat reputation aa a parliamentarian and p...iker. He Is recognized both In tho Xorth and the South an a man of xtraordlnary ability. Tho Republicans have no man that Is his equal and notio of their sneakers have attained 'he reputation that Rnlloy onjoya. Tho South has furnished a number of pres- ,'dentfl and Ilalley can c jraparo fad- bly with' any of thrm. Ho would bo -ertaln to carry the aoljd South and "iinny of tho doubtful states. Ho g 'ar more widely known thnn Clovvland it tho tlmo of hla first nomination and nn command more of a pcrnonal fol lowing. Hnrst, If ho Is elected a Rovcrnor of Now York, which Ib tho traditional stepping atono to tho presidency. In Uo rognrded a Rood standard boarcr, md It U said oven now ho 1h laying tl plans to ecjciiro tho nomination. While a good politician, ho Is not ro- tarded as Ilalley's Intellectual equal. Rrynn, who Is at present nbroad, la not to bo lost fclght of. He Ir now mak ng a study or public raunlolpnl own rshlp. in eorno form or other this ues' Ion Is bound to como tip In 190S. Tho Republicans havo not a man thnt "omiwro favornbly with any of these men. Their nominee may bo Fair banks, tl'o piomnt vice president. Ho la edd and unaympnthetlc ami not well liked by his party leaders. Sec retary Shaw has also been spoken of In this connection. Ho has made n roptitntlon ar n flnanclor, but Is not considered aa n politician of any great merit. Soorotnry Taft Is a strong man hut It Is said ho prefers to bo chief luat'oo rather than president. Tlmo works changos, deaths may tceur, warn may nrlso anil produce Teat military horc-OH, the roforo to fore ell what may occuro two years honco s not within tho province of man. There Ih no telling what the hour may produce. There Is yet time for -win of ability to como to tho front Men have oprung Into prominence by single effort. Hrynn was compara ively unknqwn until ho made his treat apeoch. Inte the Asphalt Fields, romnnehe, I. T., March 2S. Messrs Vclfly auil Mitchell enirlneor and mln r.il prflipxlor, reipectlvely, of the X K-k Island Railway, came In this nf orr.oon from tho north and will po ver tho roroed lino from linpo to Vi.'?ror ThUt l'ue rops to Pom of Hc'-cat nspnalt flells In tho Territory C. N. HASKELL. Hr-aorabl? C N. Hoxkelt and his harming wife arrived In Ardctore this evening over the Choc'ar. Tonight he J will address the Commercial club and tell how a town can be male to grow :ni how propeAy can be mad to en banc hi rain; how to secure rail rmds am) maaaiactarlas; ladtmtrlos; why streets yhoald b paved aad how o do It la th cheapest aad heat taaa ar. how to (acouraf tmmljrrattoa -sna to make a tcwa a dty. He Is ao aov ice at th! bttetaes. He has taken hold of asaall tovas la Ohio aad made hem grow from small villages lata citie. ft knowf hU Bustnej aad has given l: a IU study. Tatak of what he lid tor Muskoaoa Whoa he caate er thre years ago it was a small town of tea than 9v thousand pop nUthaa.'ToBay It U a beautiful city of of twoaty thousand Inhabitant, aad a'l ths ts tarnoty du to Mr. Haskell's 'Cora, He bnilt or canted to be built into Xaanosjn three nUlroad. a nve storr hotel, a Sre-siory omc bnlta; aad ax opera building that cost 1(0 aad increased property vnluM over a hundred y( r cat He Is not a rich man. He Is a magnetic man; hi - aoed ihlngs for others aa J !s ooe of the be.st orsaaliers and proao r la th aoathweat. lib Xirts art cot wholly disinterested, a or does be claim them to be. He uikee souv mcaey for htaseelt while at tnt sac . t me he makes It for other. Ttn p pit of Mwekogoe ar proud of Mr. Has k:i aad rocogaise hU ability The ct'licas of Ardmore, at whose Invita 'km h visits them, should give hin. a royal reception aad turn out en mass to bear what he may have to ay for ear bafit What Mr. Haskell did for MMakogot can be done tor Ard ru re If the proper effort la made. Mr Owe, the president of the Commer cial Club, U anxious that the ladles of Ardmore should hear Mr. Haskeli aal they are cordially invited to at tend his lecture at the court house to night FEDERAL PRI30N RESTORED. Prisoners at Military Potts Will be Sent to Leavenworth. Washington. March ;S Tho mili tary prison at Leavenworth, Kan., which has been used as a penitentiary fcr civil prisoners under tho depart ment of justlco klnco 1S9S, having been restored to tho custody nnd con trol of the war department In accor dance with an act of congress, arraogomenia Inve been mado by the latter department for the transfer to that Institution of all the prlsouors nt military posts having one year or long er to sorvo. This applies to long term prisoner rooQned at all military iHtn oxenyt those In the rnllltiry prison at Al catrax Island, Cal. Tbu Iavonworth prison waa man aged by tho department of justice pending tho erection of a new prison for civil prlvmors nt tho snmo city. About 250, military prisoners are to be transferred to tho Leavenworth prison on April 1. MINERS AND OPERATORS. Joint Conference This Afternoon- Iowa Miners Awall the Word. Dea Moines,- Iowa, ".March 29. Bd- win I'orry, cecfutary of District No 13, of Iowa MlaiWorkers, which con vened hero today, stated unlcsa or dera tot tho contrary aro received from Indlantipolls, Iowa minora will go out at midnight Saturday night. Indlnnanollx, Ind., March 29. After bolng In convention u short tlmo nna andomlng tho action of tho scale com mltteo, tho United Mlno Workers ol America, adjourned to meet In Joint conferenco with tho operators at two this aft or noon. Tho convention was called to ardor by Mitchell. Later, Mitchell called a moetlug of tho nnthraclto committee for this evening. This commltteeo consists of tho executive, boards of threo nnthrncltc districts nnd Mitchell. The committee will discuss tne nn thrsicltu situation. Upon calling the convontlna to ordir Mitchell said this convention 'b caUci that you may dotermlno what action you may deslro to take, on tfcu waRi question. In tho central competitive illfctrlct, operators havo offered tho present bcalo, which was defoatod by tho minors nnd a motion la pending In Joint conference offered by myself o refctore the scale of 1903 for two tar. In tho Houthwost district the lelCRntes Iiavo proposed Bottltmont, on basis of restoration of tho scale of t903, with nn advnnco of tnreo cents t ton In" mining scale, at basing points. Tlio motion that tho action of tna scale committee be endorsed was adopted. Mrs Roosevelt Takes Outlnn. Washington, March 29. Mm. Roose. "fit accompanied y three of hor cnll 'ren, left by rail for Pernandlna, Tla.,' 'h's mornlnr, at Fernandlna they win 'loard the Mayflor.er for a cruise in" Wtst India waters. Opera ho-,iw, tonight 28-3 EMMERICH f X The "EiXitERicn" Pillows Y i received the highest award (l " X" U at all World's Fairs, and V &f f ore guaranteed to be filled .' The "EiXitERicn" Pillows received the highest award at all World's Fairs, and are guaranteed to be filled with pare, clean, feathers; positively shoddy, no bog's Bvery genuine tag, containing tho Av&r w"1 Paci dean, downy, odotless rrr It policy of satisfeetion or rnot.ey back. Writ Chan. Kmtacrfcb & Co., makers of Ane pHlows. nmiuerich B-tlld'ajr , Chicago, aodreceiv. free, t:iir new booklet, "Fine Fea'trers MiV-eFii Pillows." Shows the j'-i-grc-. of feathers frora l:icb.itor to linihr ! t.i:-... Fr Sale at R. A. JONES Big Furniture, Carpet and Stove Store ALLEN'S Carriage Shop WE are tnakloir mere ttrennoai ef fortt than ercr before to prodao a line of low tiricet and cood work i:stmlir, I bir enlt tllle'l Ubor, use the lie! miterUI and Ovare on a tmall marxln. thpreftrj, I cimakn the price aad deliver good work. We wini jour tiulnr and II trood work and low rlce will catt-b run, cil nod lie howo. Wlib bem nhr lorjonr access, Yoors rmt'rct.'alljr. D. E. ALLEN SERIOUS FLOODS IN EAST. Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ark ansas and Iowa In Overflow. Mobile, Ala., March 20. A oriou condition exists doug tho Alabama rlvor, duo to an overflow. For n hun dred miles tho lowlands nro under wa ter from two to alx feet, crops aro damaged nnd hundreds of Ilvo stoclt drowned. Rain Is again falling Memphis, Tcnn., March 29. In Mis sissippi and Arkansas tho heaviest rain In years fell last night. Rivera and small Htroamo aro overflowed crops aro damaged and there aro manv washouts. Tho million dollar brM?j at Newport, Ark., is reported In dan ger. Wtbhtor City, la., March 29. The big bridge over Dea Moines river at this city was swept away by tho ftoou today. TEXAS DRUG HOUSE DURNS. Stock and Building Destroytd by Fire. Loss (145,000. Fort Worth, Toxas, March 29. Flro which was discovered shortly after mldnlRht completely doRtroyed tlie stock and building o ftho Wadsworth Cameron Wholosnln Dnig Company, situated noar tho viaduct which crosses tho Texan and Pacific yards. Tho loss Id rlaced nt 1125,000 on the atock and J 20,000 on tho bulldl )g. Ti.o firm carried Insurnuco amounting to about 1100,000. Tho compauy wns In corporated in 1R90 with a capital of $100,000. Wion dlBovered by .1 Texnt and Pne'Se bralTeman, who Rave tho alarm, llamas wero burnt ing out of tho rear of tho building. The building was a threo-story brick, nru) falling walls did ktrnio damage to an adjoining lum ber yard. Negro's Mysterious Hurt. Scmth' McAlester, I. T., Mnr. 28. All Saints' Hospital, this city, has a mys terious enso in a negro who present ed himself for treatment a few days ago. Ho walked to tho hospital unas sisted with a outlet hole through his body from front to back. Tho wound hud been Inflicted a few days . pre viously, but ho was unoomraunleitlvo about where and how ho got It Ho Is a stranger hero nnd says ho came from Stonewall. Prssldent Returns Dill. Waphlnston, D. C, Maroh 29. Tho fipcaker'lald beforo tho house tho bill opening tho pasture, soction of the K'own-Comanche country, which had befn returned by tho president at re quest of the house PILLOWS ci'AP.AvrncD ptiATtiiat downy, odotless no cotton, no hair, no Impure or vneured feathers, are rjted, "EitM2Ricn" Pillow has attached a patented cr.Ywtec. Raoarich Guarantee Insurance Certificate, nn Insurance MAY MEAN STRIKE. Operators and Miners In Territory Ex pect Disturbance. South McAlestcr, I T., March 2S.- According to the opinion of loadors both of tho mTno operators and the minors of his district, the failure or tho Joint scale committee to reach an adjustment at Indianapolis will bring about a strike throughout tlris district April 1. Operators openly express their preference for cessation of work to yielding nn lota, and minora seem to hold that Mitchell has pono too far to surrender. A strike, friendly in Its first stagea, with danger In tho distance, is looked upon generally as 'about as certnlu as that April l comes. MARKHREPORTS (Hy K. B. Odllot A Co.. members t New OrUans Cotton Exchange.) COTTON MARKET. Ardmoro, March 29. Tho following re quotations for today: Liverpool Futures. or eio Var Apr...... 8M ,M Apr Mr ,7 Mr Jon 5 , one Jolr ... . . j oi Jolr Aul- , . im 6 t4 b II s to 3 II Soot and Saiaa. Ipots ... sit tr. IIO04 Nw York Futures. Open. High. Low. Close. Mar 7J U II II II II 11 1J . OJ -. 10 41 10 4S 10 SI epote and Salts, li it II 01 ti ar July Oct Spol islet ... nro Nw Orleans Futures. Open. High. Low. -.n n ii m it to II II 41 iijo .to is loti ion Close, li u it !uu - )i l i teoi Maj. Joly. Oct. Mpots and Balsa. SDOti. GRAIN. Willi, . Msr ioir ....ti a ln j'i n i 71 s 4 Viajr Mar JOlT .... U I I II S-l 41 U 4 I I lT- . Mar loir 30 S-l M 8-1 Livestock. M l- l-l IIOO Clilcaeo . sro Oinnha . Kana Cltr..... tVK) lli-ifs opnri mruiik Lett over 4100 Iteci-lpta year ro SWM OooilMWoeiT 1-5 Mllrrietlo(l7 l-J rtdouh ta to rto JlnilVJ Heavy SHtoSU Cattle, Niemty Jhef P, nUftlb'IO ptrilDC cume lusar tK) I MM iW IllCg ompcian Massage Cream Rtrtira U'rinUet Ftrtvcr Wrinklrt re riuccJ ly looie kio' Pompclan Majjjgc CrcJin ii nuc ilcin tooj, and ucd wild ftntle mjtuf t fitli the little villcyi; b-jiW out lunkrn chrckt, anJinium imonth, tudJy, firm kin. llibodcrclopi thelwir, whethtr tmall ly mtuie cr reduced by ilintu or nuiiln;, joe irdfi oo rtr jir Call of enr it-t fir -jv fjm-lf. Kit . Ion LULlAlAiX .1 . . IL lir Ki. MN1IS. KUC W-4 rpj