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IN A SOCIAL WAY.
Some Marriages and Rumors of Marriages IN AND oar OF IHE OITY Wilmington People Who Luaro Town lo clpsto ln Various Social A finir«, tthma Who An» Kotertainjc Friend«. Interesting Pontoon! Bit« From Dola< ware City. All comma nient ions Intended for Insertion in this column nhoald be addressed to Society Editor, care of the Evening Journal. Com munications should be written ou one side of Vhe paper only. Birthday Surprise Party, A pleasant birthday surprise party was given to Mise M Clara Whaler, at her home, No 430 West Second street, last night, In honor of ber 11th birthday. The time was spent In mnslc and games At a reasonable hour refreshments were Btr7ed. She was the recipient of a num ber of beaatifnl presents. Among those present were Misses M Clara Whaler, Mabel, Bsssie, Helen and Edith Davis, Anna Tait, Wood, Jennie Kiesel, Mir/ Sal vador, Anna Norstrom, Anna MoCaffirty, Katie Hofer. Marlon and Elsie Davis, Anna and Clara Milteael, Annie and Florrie Collins, Elva and Bartba Qtlmbv, Riley, Whaler, Albert Ta t, George Tait, Ntvln Whaler, George Marple, Charlie Hof fecker, William and Michael Riley. James Joyce, Jcha McCain, Charlie Mikesell, James Whaler, Cooptr Davis and Harry Wood. Etna Mamie end Breale Malsr and Annie Lena Brown-Fisher. Miss Catherine E lzabeth Fisher end Jobu Brown were married last night at 8 o'clock, Tbe ceremony took p ace at No. 39111 Monroe street and was performed by K.v. Vllllim MacFarlaae, of East Lake l'risbyterlan Churea. At a Chester Wedding Celebration, Mr. aDd Mr?. D Levis Young, of Chester, celebrated the tenth auntversary of their wedding at tbelr borne In that city Wednesday evening. Over 100 guests were prrsont, Including these from Wiloilngtoc: Mr aud Mrs John RobotU. Jcba Rodger?, Mlds Lavenla Rodgers, Ml -3 Miry Bowlen aud Mls3 Mary Cou: e l and Mrs T. Young, of Ne spur . Will Bn Mon Jed lu Scott Church. Mrs Mary E Messiah has issued catds for the wedding of ber danghter, M1 j 3 Addle Horary Messiah, to 6ootee Scevens, un Tuesday afternoon, March 31, The ceremouy will be performed lu Scott M. E Church, at Seventh and Spruce streets, at 5 o'clock After a two week 3 wed ding trip Mr and Mrs Stevens will be at boms at No. 933 Spruce street. Pioneers Will Receive, Members of tbe Benevolent Pioneer Literary Association will give a recep tion in Eden Hall on tbe night of Easter Monday. April 0 The offleora of the association are; President, Thomas F Fiyun; vice-president, James T. Conner; treasurer, P. F. Walsh; recording aud financial secretary, Josepb File ; librarian, Thomas Conner; chairman of directors, T. M. Monaghan; chaplain, Rav. D. J. Flynn. Drew Graduates to Dine To-night. The Wilmington District Association of tbe Alumni of Dickinson College will give a dinner at Dover this evening. 7 be members of tbe Alumni of the Drew Tbeologloal Seminary belougiug to tbe Wilmington conference and also the members of tbe Alumni Asscciatlon of tbe Wilmington Conference Academy will tu present at the dinner. At Ilia Clover Club Dinner. Ephraim T. Walton, of this city, was amoog tbe gnests at tbe monthly dinner given by the famous Clover Club at the Bellevue, Philadelphia, last night. A well-known Delawarean present was George Alfred Town'eud. Social and Personal Nates. . Rev. C. K. Mori Ip, of Wve Mills, Md , Is tbe guest of Mrs. J. L. VanDyke. Miss Annie Vandegrift, of Citnden, N. J , is visiting friends in this city. Miss Mattie Robinson has returned from a vielt to Mrs. James R Creamer, 1 1 Chester. Miss Arlanta Collin and William R. ' Quillen, both of this city, were married last night at No 532 West Fourth street, parsonage of Covenant Reformed Episcopal Chuic'r. Rev, Charles F. Hendricks performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. McNimara !.a 00 been visiting In Lancaster, Pa While tier» they attended the wedding recep'lon o* Mr. and Mrs. David B Smellz James Dlmelow went to New York, yesterday, where he wjll make his future homo William S Hllles and Charles W. Ca' len are down on Iadlan river, Sussex county, duck chactlng Mr ai d Mrs. Arthur Cnllon have been visiting relatives in Milfcrd. Benjamla B Smith, of Philadelphia, Is visiting friends in this city. William Tatnall, a well-known youug raau of this city, will leave for Los Aug-tles the first week ira April, aud If be Herts that his health improves, may per mauently locate lu California H. Lee Pennewlil and W. A Arnold will epend Sunday in Alleutown, Pa. Faraonal Notea From Dalawara City. Special correspondence Freeing Journal. DblaWaiuc Citv, March 30 —Miss Mattie Pordhatn baa returned Iront a visit to Wilmington. James Haskett, who bas basa a guest at Mrs. J. U Brewer's for tbo past week, has returned to bis borna lu New Riehelle. N Y Misa Mamie Morris spsat yesterday la West Philadelphie MUs Bresia N. Price, who has b*en home for ihs past two,weeks, has re turned to Wilmington. Thomas G ff.-rd is rialting relatives in Chester James H. S. Gim. of Augustus Pier, spent yestetday la Wllarlngtoa. Mr?. William A Jester is the guest of Djytr friends. These Boohs Are Beauties. Wo bave a few copies of a beautiful work, handsomely boaud, containing sev oral hundred pictures of high artistic merit, which will be sold at f 1.75 a copy, which is about one-fourth the publics tlon price. Also some copies of Rand and McNally's Cyclopedia at $2 25, worth four times the price asked. Can be seen at the EvKFtso Ioubnal office. W, ! 7 W m ns - w ■ 99 oo Rube When you hear of " Spotless Linen " you can more than suspect that it was made " So cloudless, clear, and purely beautiful" by Ivory Soap. Tmc Proctc* A Gamble Co.. Cirti. A MtSSAliE. ON CUBA. Tlie rre»Ideut to Rend n Special Commu uii-ution to Congre», WAsiiTNGTo?*, March 20. -» President Cleveland will send u message on Cuba to tho senate early nest week, probably on Monday. It will bo in answer to Uio reso lution offered by Senator Hoar, railing upon the president for any further infor mation in tho pot.session of the state de partment relating to the Cuban situation, particularly with reference tu the effect of tho war on American interests. The message will show that the property of Ainoricau citizens in Cuba lias boon dam aged and destroyed by the operation of the Insurgents and of the Spaniards to the ex tent of about $30,000,000. So.-ret ary Olney bas had prepared for transmission t« tho senate with this mes sage a mass of documents, which will cov er all the state department correspondence with tho United .States consuls in Cuba cilice Fob. 1, when tho last message on this subject was sent In. Tho American citizens in Cuba have been filing their claims with tho United states consuls during the last few months, and they have been coining in at tho state department at the rate of one or two u day recently. The claims are for all kinds of damages indicted on the property and crops of American noueombatants. They aro for tho destruction of crops, machin ery and buildings and the seizure of horses, cattle and all kinds of domestlo animals and fowls, which have been taken by tho soldiery of one side or the other. The Spanish soldiers have committed at least as many of the minor depredations as tho insurgents. If not more, nml their meth ods hnvo boon even more llagrunt. The larger amount of tho claim bas resulted from the destruction of sugar cane. The bill which tho United States will bo called on to render on behalf of Its citizens against Spain will 1)0 a heavy one. So long as Spain persists In maintaining that It is an insurrection only that exists In tlie island und not a state of war sho is liable to nil damages Inflictod to property belong ing to peaceful citizens of another nation, whether those damages are indicted by her own troops or by those of tho insur gents. _ MURDEROUS SPANIARD. Attempt on tli«« Life of United States Con sul Hall In Puerto Kico. New York, March 20.—Tho steamship South Cambria of tho Now Y'ork and Puer to Rico Steamship company, which has just arlrved front St. John, Puerto Rico, brought nows that an attempt was matin on tbo lifo of United Status Consul .T. I). Hall by a Spanish soldier at St. John March 1 last. From what could bo learned from .Felix Taussig, onuuf tho South Cambria's pas sengers, it scorns thut Consul Hall's resi dence adjoins tho Spanish prison In that city. March 4 last the consul was fired at by a Spanish soldier from the prison wall, but fortunately he was not struck by tho bullet, which whizzed by close to tho con sul's head. The shooting created excite ment, and CodsuI Hall has written homo by tho South Cambria to tho state depart ment at Washington, giving a full report of the attompt on his life. It was reported that tho shooting was accidental, and that the soldier was firing on an escaping woman prisoner. Passenger Taussig says it was a deliber ate attempt on tho Ufo of Consul Hall. Tbo nows that tho United States congress was moving toward a recognition of tho rights of belligerency for tho Cubans reached St. John March :i and caused con siderable comment. Bitter Feeling Again.t I'ultcd States. WashiSGTOV, Mardi 20.—At tbo state department it was learned that no nows bad been received tlioro of tbo reported at tempt on tho lifo of Consul Hall at San Juan, Puorto Rico, by » Spanish soldier. Tho statement was made, however, that Information had been received from San Joan einco tbo feeling against tho United State» bad been roused In Spain and her possessions to tbo effect that thero was no trouble at that place. If Consul Hull re ports to tho department that lie was llrod on by a Spanish soldier, a prompt disavow al will bo requested of tho Spanish govern ment. which will also be asked to punish the offender. CHASED BY A CRUISER. Hud an Ewlt British gteamnhlp Ethelrcÿ lag Tim« With n Spanish Warship. Boston, March 20.—The British steam ship Rthelred, Captain Hopkins, which has just arrived from Jamaica, roports that sho was chased for an hour and a half by a Spanish cruiser on Wednesday, March 11, whilo on bor outward pnssugo from this port to Jamaica. Tbo Ethel red was too fast for tbo cruis er, which could apparently make only about 9 knots an hour to tho steamer's 13 knots. Tbo chare began nbout 3 p. m., when the Etbclrcd was about eight miles off Cape Mays!, the eastern point of tho is land of Culm. She was going ut about a 13 knot speed when tho cruiser was sighted. Tho Spanish vessel hoisted a ting. The Ethulrcd did likewise, and, continuing on her course, paid no further heed to tho warship. The lattur, however, at once f-tsrted in hot pursuit and continued the ebuse for 90 minutes, when she gave it up, as the Kth olred hud been constantly drawing away from her. as she increased her speed ubout a knot an hour. No shots were fired from the warship. Reported Railroad Consolidation. CHICAGO, March 20.—it i» reported In rallrqad circles that tho Ht. Louts South v.'OFtcrn, otherwise known as tho Cotton Belt line, and tho Texas Pacific railroads are to bo coffsolidatcd. Both Hues form part of what is known ns the Gould south western system, but this has not prevent ed them from being bitter rivals for freight business. _ . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives th best satisfaction of any eougb medicine I handle and as a seller leads all other preparations In this market. I recommend it breause it Is tbe best medeclna I ever handled for coughs, colds and croup A. W. BAl.DHRiraK Millersvllle, III. For sale by Z James Belt, druggist, corner Sixth aud Market streets Paper Pattern*, leu Ceuta Ltdlae, read tbe fashion article on the > bird page of this paner and send ten c;nts to tbe E7KN1NG Journal office for an up-to date paper pattern. RELIABLE PATTERNS. Guaranteed to Fit, if Proper Size is Given. A PBETIY LITTLE GIBLft' APEOF. A Pattern of This Can He Had By Send. log 10 Cent, to the Kve.ilng .l.inrnal onto»— Patterns fur Woman, Maid and Child. We have made rn arrangement with one of the oldest and most reliable paper pattern hmses in New York, which enables ns to offer to nur readers stand aid and perfect fitting patterns of the very latest and newest designs Thorn patterns are retailed in stores at from 30 to 40 cents. We bays made arrangements whereby we can offor them at the extremely low price of 10 cents. A paper pattern of any stzs, of this Illustration, may be obtain« d by sending your name and address, number aud size of pattern desired, together with 10 cents for each pat'ern, to the Evsnino Journal, Wilmington, Del. Please Observe tVe Following Blea.are na ents. For Waists—Measure around fullest part of bust, close under arm ; rale« slightly In the back, draw moderately tight. For Skirts—Measure around the waist, over tbe belt ; draw moderately tight. Printed directions accompany each pattern, showing how the garment Is to be made. When orderlog patterns for children please also state age of child. A PRETTY LITTLE GIRLS' APRON. To (let Thle Füttern Fill Oat Ute Coupou hiuI Senil It to Ihe Kveulng Jotiroel Ollloe With Ten Cent«. PATTERN COUPON. Number. Piza. Name. Addrea«. m & ■*. / / i 4 'vi.1 pi f Apron Pattern, No. 20,01!*. Little Girl's Apr'n:— Oae of daintiest cf little maids' aprons is here depicted. It is msde with a full skirt finished with »'eep hem and gathered onto a belt cf tbe same mater »1 that closes In tbe back with broxd ties, bretelles of embroidery go ever each shoulder and are sewed into tbe belt In tbe back. Pink biby ribbon, ran through holei In the insertion, forms dainty rosetteH on each ebonlder, while a full plaited bib trimmed with edging gives a stylish finish to the front. Cross barred muslin, lawn, Swiss cr nalmook, trimmed with lacs or em broidery, can be nsed for miking this design No. 30,519 —Girls' apron rsqnlres for mediuai.aize 2 j 5 aril» material 27 ino'-es wide, cr 2/ yards 35 Jocbeti wide. In serlton «presented 3jj yards; embrotd ery, 8 J yards. Cat in five s zis, from S to 12 years. tbe Full DUD, BLAKELY.- In this cltv on Ihe lath In stant, »avid BUkely, sired Î-* yesrs. Relatives and friend» »re reMiectfully In vited to attend Ihe inner»! fretn tbe residence of his father. No lu» Popl»r stieet. Saturday moramgat d o'cloos. High moss »t Ht Mary's R. O.Church. Interment at Cathedral Cem etvrr. DOANK Sndricnl-.ofdh lithe ia.on Marc h 19. ind, I)r. Or- rue M. Duane, need3 1 years. Funeral whl tai-o place from ht» I».« red deiu-e. No. «II Jelletson street, tbla'Friday I afternoon, March 20. at 1 o'clock, interment private. KNOS.— At No, 3è9 Wo dland avenue, W.st Philadelphia, March W. 1W. Ddva. dnv,(hte'of Hue 51- »id the late John M. Enos; formerly of IhHelty. GUDGEON.— On Ihe Ifilli Instant. Ben jamin R. Gudgeon, IntheHOtli y.ar of bisage. HIGGINS.—In thlaclly on llie 18th Inetant, of Francis S. and Helen 111^ lCdwtn II. Non gins, aaed s months. .... Relatives and Meeds »re Invite t to attend the funeral from the residence of Ide parents, northosHt corner Second *U;1 > ja Buren, on Friday afternoon at -' o'rlock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. KNKE—At New Castle March IMh, IS96. Ma*ifle G.. wife of Hamuel B. Knee and daughter of George K. and Christiana Larrl son. M'ELWRE.-On Monda" Morning, March lfl. at 2 o'clock. Barton McElwee. MILES.—Ruddenly. on Mardi. 14. 1?««, !.»'« Miles, wife of Robert Mt'es. In her 8Sd y ear. POTTER.—On March It 189>:. Joeephtue \V., infant daughter <f William N. and Clara ». Potter, aged week?. ROWE.—On the 14th instant, Mary Ann Rowe, aged 56 years. SMITH —On tbe IMh Instant. J. Thom«» Snilih. son of Thomas W. aud h. H. Smith, aged 18 years and 11 mouths. BPRINUKR.—On March 17. 18*6. John P Springer, In hi» 78th year. WIdE.-On March 11. 189«. John Wise, aged 84 years. ZANE.—On March 16, 1896, Rebecca Zane. AMUSEMENT8. At the Oper» House Lut Right, "The Green G Jods Mnu" played to a very small audience «t tbe Opera Bouse last night. Th« pUy consisted of a nnm ber of old "confidence gags" end rprcLl i les. the best of which was the dancing of Edwins, a very aerobaUo ycuug woman. Thomas o. Seabrooke To-morrow Night In John Fullerton, the shrewd, warm hearted, bard lighting old eprculator, Ur. Seabronl;« hae a most congenial role, and one which gives him ample opportunity for dramatic work as well as for the dis play of Us wall known comedy talent. Tbs supporting company Is an admirable one In every respect, and Includes snob well known nlavera as Atkins Lawn nee. Sidney Booth. Frederick Paters'Prince Ii'oyd, W. H Brttoe, Boy Fairchild, Ethe, Winthrop. Jeonett» Lowrt«, Blanco Jfconl ton and Marion Young. When "The Speculator" la presented at the Opera Honse to morrow night one of the moat enjoyable events of tbe season will he < flered to theatre goers of this commit n ty. l.ottle itmke la "The Dmlir." No brighter soubrette skips about rn the American etage today than Lottie Borke, of Cosgrove and Grant's e .median?. She U tbe beau Ideal of soubrettee, pretty, bright, a graceful dancer and a charming singer She bis a winning way about her that nightly spina out her specialties by recall after recall until it seems as though the audience wished her to give tbe whole show. In tho part of Kitty Starlight lu "Tbe Dizz'er"ahe has more than congenial woik;the character being right in her Hoe. and ahe Is winning greater triumphs thau ever before, not only with hrr specialties, bnt In tbe more clever w.y tnat she handles the part She will be eeen with "The Dazzler" at the Opera House on Monday, March 23 Iliinc Down on Gallery Gods. "White Venn." did not pleaee the andience at the ll'jou last evening and the howling, hissing, laughter, clapping and stamping compelled the management, to ring down tbe cnrtaln shortly after 10 »'olrok. Tho actors hud a rough time of it from the second act, and went to pieces brueath the sallies of the gallery gods. The crowd was good naturid while In tbe theatre, bnt some trouble was caustd ontelde by tbe refusal of the management to tefnnd tbe price of tickets But little dithcnlty wee ex oerleuced by tbe police in q-listing the didurbauce, bnt some of tbe actors weie afforded police protection from the theatre to their hotel. A ii Iaim«nne PI 1 « of Coal Is couru n.d In our city yearlv, hut none gives belt«r satisfaction than Fell aDd Joseph's hand-cleaned coal. 2340 pounds to a ton and all coal. Front and Madison streets. It's dry. Telephone 2.10 THE EMPIRE L»st Dty ! Saturday, Match 31. Last Dry ! TLe action of thee* prices on desirable and dependable goods will cause a ripple of sstotiUbment from tbe most ex pectant. Ui)i>:irnllelcd Selling. Your last chance to fecure tba Em pire's Drmaged Stock at 33s. on tbe dcl Ur. Silkaline, Plain Silkaline in all colors, 7 j. « yard. 7 c, Laco Curtains, «5c. Fail throe yards long— Nottinghams — fancy B.-asstli iffjst Ou;;»lus at 01o. a pair. Separate Skirts, #1.51). ^Figured Brllllantlns Skirts la blua and black—floe assorted p*tt«r.is—nearly four yards wide, lined throughout with best leno. Year cjiaice Saturday only at $1 59, -ere |2.50. Velvet Capes, #3.«!>. Extra quality valvat C»na«, trimmed with changeable silk lining, collar trimmed with »»tin gros grained ribbon A StAbueb f5 CO value at. |3 59. Medicated Fhuiucl, I5c. After Saturday this mfdicated all wool red flinnel will cost yon 25j. B. viso ind attend cur ter&ioatiiig sale.* Red »I! wool Flannel, 15;. a yard. Sec wliat 5c will Lily to-morrow, 10t Hat Ricks. Ot. ; 10> Goal Shovel«, 5o. 10; Tonrel Kick*, 5t. 1<J;. Flohr deive*. 53. Dobv Hat«, IS; were $1 35. Startling Attractions. Men's b«avy Saoe*. 95•. were $1 25 Ltdles' Bright Dongoia Shoes, t-'B j. see |l 5J. Scop Tureen?, 33 j we»o 60o. Men's natural wool Uaderwear, 33o. were 05s. NOriCE-Oir »tore 1« bc.lng remod eled No iutertapMoo pending improve ments ' 1 The Empire Cepariment Store, 209 Market Street, WILMINGTON, »KL. JOS. GRE 8 .NBAÜM, Ptoprletor. ASK TO SEE THE PATENTED EXTENSION BOSOM WHITE SHIRTS. They embrace toms new Ideas lo shirt making Tbcy com» lu two grades. 75 cents and $ 1 perfect fitting »bins »gents for Wilmiogtou. You will fiud them So'e 1 Men's Furnishers, CO.'î Market St. We lancdry Collars for i Cent. TOR AGE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Securely locked In Indei-endcnt bins. Key in your own pcssyaelun If you wish It. Apply to THE GUARANTEE STORAGE AN» WAREHOUSING COMPANY; Third and French streets. o? f rm i "if s-=u= i v m) « J« 'S I BATTLE A«t k PLUO h_ À 9 I. I £ tl ' T >1^ • -/ 1 * % " 5 s I I I I * v: a *r . » % 6 a? 4 I Abl / 4 ■4 T fy S 1 lit I f • - * 4 e % « 4 " « 4 Off for a Six Months' Trip. t 9 a X /•? 9 « > » HL®* I % ! M PLUG 9 <3 9 When you spend a dime for 41 Battle Ax Plug, you get 5 J ounces. When you spend the same amount for any other good tobac g, co, you get 3 à ounces, or for 5 cents you ^ get almost as much " Battle Ax " as you do ^ of other hi gh grade brands for 10 cents. tf » » a > « THE EYE SPECIALIST l»TC WITH QUEEN A CO. Who« tnipcrior proficiency Mm»»». Qobkk ft Co. »u(A< Irnll* v .W®" ». rnugnlaefl to place anti keep him in control ol the ivA'A.Ifl. i'' 3*CL Yl \ V 1 1/1 NATION of Ihe I.'VltS of their patron», ami i-kbsi m mm» J/yJ. j 1 therefor in this and other «ction», awl al»o to place trailer hi* s 4 **' T/f\\ J r direction their Optical Exhibit at the World'» Columbian Expo* f .itinn, is wire <d the firm ■ I WALTER M. PODEST« « CO., / OPTICAL SPECIALISTS. PHILA., and I» In their old office. WALTER H. PODESTA, v 606 Market Street, Wilmington, Every Friday. s FREE .-EYE EXAMINATIONS ANO ADVICE-F REE. HOP BITTERS 1 CURFTS mm, m twum, nmm, craw, AND ALL KIDNEY DISEASES. FOR SALE AT MILLER'S DRUG STORE, Wilmington, Dili, 402 Market Street, LADIES ! LOOK ! Read the Fashion Article on the Third Page of this Paper and Buy a * PATTE RN », jFor Only Ten Cents KEMRMCO 621-623 Haltet Street. American Cottons. When we are with our vari ety of Imported Cottons we are their devoted admirers. But when we turn to the Domestic Cottons—we must concede to them a full share of favored appreciation. They will win your praises, too, we are sure. They deserve to. Jaconet Duchesse. 31 inches wide, black and light and natural colored Linen grounds—fig ured and stripes in pleasing contrasts, Pink, blue, 121-2 Cents Per Yard. Corded Molls. 31 inches wide, light and dark grounds, covered with gay col ored stripes and Dresden fig uring, 121-2 Cents Per laid. Dimities. 28 inches wide, effective pat terns, sheer weaving, 121-2 Cents Per Yard. Percales. 36 inches wide. Over one hun dred and fifty colorings and styles of these ever popular goods. Only the best. 121-2 Cents Per Yard. Galatea Cloth. 30 inches wide; equal to im ported goods. Pretty stripes running over solid navy blue and ecru grounds, » 25 Cents. Instead of 37# cents. Whits Dock Suitings. 27-inch. 121-2, 15 and 25 Cents. Our endeavor has been to have the best assortment and choicest designs. Have a good impartial look and see what you think of them. KENNARD & CO 621-623 Market Street, BANKING AND FINANOIAL. RENTS Carefully Collected. Settlements Promptly Made, Discounts Allowed Owners. Taxes and Insurance Paid. E. H. GAYLEY, Seventh and Market Sts. NO. 102 MÄlUf-T 4 TSEET. Wllmmytotl. Uti*were. Open da'lv from » o'clock e. m. until t p. » •StTO.Mf flfe - *:na.ij6 u tmrni «e Assets, Oapositti Surplus, futaveet ilioved cc deposit» cr map«* ««•ormeiecalealhl moutbs at the r»W i per crut, per to'CW* Hi-'iiM it»».'#4 rrortsag.i;-'area 'ate. on «* May L FENNES AND »MALE CHANGE CAN BE HAD AT.IUK COUNTING BOOM