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fEg" U s -q1ms Castr aeamas N. Lamk Cengly Casey-Ads a binqs Thu fsen - It. eadl. Jae. 1s.-The wld*<pI tax medment -was tawer5r ed to have bees adapted as a pout 0t Ethe eeminttties at the state. when the suprey rest Ided deses a deo .delom reveisag the district eourt of 1Lt, Louts costy. which declared that the law had failed to reseive the In dormemest at the people at th ge.* real elesctl t 3,1w. fellowtng a re count 3t the vote IS the state. The dealism Is .ee o the most ha. portaat ever semder by the sogreme court of the state. fave vig the morst -ag registry tam law sad the eare ties of the state-ta eomelsela. Ia pldestaefy it paves the way for a tem* page tax s Iree ore. . The geod reads amesdmaet was submitted at the sam. eleties as the dam amendment. The eanvasssag board deelared both amendmests pdopted. The matter was takes be lore the distriet ecort t ILt. Louls co(nty. The court declared the tax amendmeet lost sad the good roads smeadment adopted. The attersey .eneraI appealed to the supreme coart, soateadsis that the qustls4 lavolved were politleal and not 3.41 plaL The supreme court Ia its deal lson dealares that whether a coesti tatias slall be amecald is a political questioe; whether it has been legally amended is a judlalal quetios. ACCUSED REALLY AABRRIEVED. Mao Charged With estling Family Could Arrest Aesesese. Chippewa Falls. Wis.. Jan. 10.-A novel situatios developed here in the case of Adplih Vogt, who was arrost et Dec. 30 as a charge of assault with intent to commit murder. None 01 the witnesses for the state would testify against Vogel, sad it is learned the Vogel. instead of being gulty 01 thq charge, was the assieved party an4 had osnse to have those who made the complaint arrested for assaulting him. The statement complainants made against Vogel to get the warrant was; eenaatlonal. They declared Vogel had. assaulted his wife and children and threatened to kill them, sad stood off! with a rile twenty farmers who canal to the rescue of tie family. Vogl when aysseted had blood) wounds as his head. FISHERMtN ORGANIZE UNION. Lake Pepin Organisatien Wants Bet ter Treatment From Buyers. Pepin. Wis.. Jan. 10. - The Lake Pepin Fishermen's union was organ ised last night. The fishermen organ loed because they qpestioned the busa ness methods of New York buyers. Their plan is to have a committee find out the market prices each week and to offer the buyers all the fish at red; sonabl prices, the buyers to take thas entire output. If the buyers refuse to do this the fish will be shipped on commisioa. So far only about three cars a week have been shipped, as the buyers would not take the entire out. put, which would be ten cars. DEPUTY POSTMASTER HELD. Gault MS. Marle Alleged Embezaler Aeserted He Was Robbed. qault Ste. Marle. Mih.. Jam. 10.-i ty Postmaster Prank I. Wl5a arrested yesterday n a chargeo besalement. The arrest is the ont of as alleged robbery of which its reported blamelt the vioti i i4. It was stated at that time .the soreigners asaled th*4 ti postmaster with a eeasdhe e was aloimber the posto ee sib-la eft his pay tell the previous. ****15. aam his Bated ts wesaped wish age o Pat otMee floods. reltesrm Bank Falls. Urateugd. Mi.a.. Jam. 10.-The a. U site set ofr aisutr has beese.d ais by. The wark watmesh ata t took a t $a0$g eaeg depoapts: heham opewas for busites ln Ape. J. H. Ownsris pr pesseent) tes wr erk k cast er. The a leom l targur thlst waistr asessm we to mtab a& annea DePaLOSd Miltary Os t wONsn. Brooklags. 8. D..aJs . 10. - Capt. owlard L Chlika a atf O 81staMetpe eystes statem heatyr has bees do tailed by the war department at Washotabs as preass sr o auarns tacteis at areSkiogs alelegd e apt.e Chrlsham was in charge of the inspoo tes work oa the seatoem arohasiti 1 ge r a t w n e.EXPLO SION M AY C08T $Si HT. astilwater. Jas. u.--Jsenes H. Cer. cell. ticket agent at ehe sales depot. was seriusly seamed is the 4ee se eyes by steam. wasr he mMy 7osee hs slaht. A lard can lils with water sad usgbtlz covere was OR the kanates stoe.at to be ued la tawlag a freest waear pipe. Hr. Carsea was fItinga the lid with a kmni when I engiets soomste sala the dtam drank No la the arman !Mer!. main >Ms Me inse ams aft(ma amme9r asaees emes sa31 AND ga" ANKATS MANl. Nammepih rane - Baea s 1 Sate Nananes. . IL-Jobs A. Jer gmwglB - eSii agma Sr the Parms sebe s Deaespaa. -e a spa of Sea se asessetauve esms Jeeng ss of Eukaate. reported to the pollee of Mieaspeabs Atureay that he had bees dgged pad robbed by three ees Ia a ledging house. He was rob hod ot $45. a diamond ring, a wateb and stek hie. The jewelry is valued at psi. Detectives Mortensos and WIrten sobe arrested Prank Pasbk and Jails Bsegn. both young men. In whose pos esesios. the polio. say, ase of Jor geaoom's belongings were found. The third man eseaped. STAND-PATS IN IOWA BEATEN. Feely of Ueekfhawk Wise ts Speak. erhip. Des MoInes. Jan. 12. - When the U1tead-pat" support of Representative W. L Harding. progressive, of Sioux Citr. brook to the causes saturday sad west ove to Guy A. Feely ol lackhawk enaty, thus assmring the latter the speakership of the house of representatives, the bitter fautlosal war of Iowa Repubfloans eame to an end. The 'Iapd ats- our beiatq. hd tried desperately to nominate Herdig Mr. Feely will h elected this morn iag. DAM DEPENDER SETS WRIT. Welesubeeb, Asseiate of Diet, Ap pae to Supreme Court. Chippewa Palls. Win.. Ja. 1!. - Valentine Weseenbeeh, assoolate of John Diets, the Camses dam defend er, has been sucosesful In his appeal to the supreme court for a writ of er ror, and the ease will be heard before that court on Jan. N. Weisnebeh was tried in the erout court of Chippewa county four years ago on a charge of assault with Intent to kill, was found guilty and sentenced to serve a term of twelve years to the renltendtary. WOULD SELL POWER PLANT. ttreet Railway Company Makes Wlw nipeg Propeeltion. Winnipeg. Jan. 13-The Winnipeg city council having gone In for the pollay of owning municipal franchises the Winnipeg Sectrio Street Railway company. which owns a valuable water power phat near the oeo oyuned by the efty rel o and eleetric light pleats, a move.Saterday to soil out to the city. A committee was ap pointed by members of the board of trade to negotiate. The value is placed at $10.00000. BAD FIRE IN ALBERTA TOWN. Stere, Peete~tie and Bank Destroyed at Taber. WinnIpeg. Jan. 1L-The Taber Trad. ing company's store at Taber. Alberta, with a valuable stock. was destroyed by Are. A stone block which contain ed the postoice sad the Eastern Townshipp bank was also destroyed. At one time the entire businesa sec. tics was threatened. Lthbrldgs was appealed to for aid. The loss is $100. 000. Polle. Find Missing Heir. Chippewa Fallt. Wis., Jan. 1L-Aft or a search of several weeks for Igaats Kieps. the polloe suthoritles of Northern Wisconsin have bally locat ed bhi on a farg near Bribe. Klepe' brother in 1few York has for several years been trying to Dad him, and re cently asked the pollee of the North west to assist. It is said that by res soa of the death of a rich relative the missing man has Inherited coesiders ble property. Farmers Sleek Interurban. Webster City. Iowa. Jan. 1L-Scott lowusbip Saturday blocked the eon struction of the propsed Waterloo & Ames Interurban line by refusing a right of way through the township. The vote was more than two to one. the reason beiag that the road would have oat the towaship diageoally and roses the terms. Lynx Killed Near Urands. Breandm. tina., Jan. 1L-Mr. Jul. eth. residing about two milee north of thi viliag. kille a lynx Saturday. He was rabbit buntige sear Little Chippewa lake when his deg enosua tered the lynn. After nearly killing the dig, the lynz started leisurely away. but was stopped with a bullet. iapislee an Canal. Panama, Jan. 12.-A prema'ro ea plosiea occurred yesterday at Cuearn obh. en the line of the Pans esale one man was killed Instantly and eight -a were badly hurt Astriga cOasi amrsea. eesa wiSwltnearend, Jan. 1L - Th o eaa say earns adheeraelya tbM as the reas of Ausia user leens rereMing in Swituhrled kan esters to ssin their reag as Jas, AL ASltodt Is Patil. Chi*ags aga. 1f. - 35ees eeloed LeNr9m. aof a ~se has 0e4. era iana S bMhassa lyteitbº as Ubr .sIN t a eity a WAsY um N'o TOSATeit. Wee pHyin wee Defaoses Te)n WaWhim - F Pl Owateom M6mm., J 1-A tiny eealeli tsmp, am-' _ge M sass e usimn a yeea semoa oef Fed erdle v ls west a th oftr. The baby was p-ande ob" as the soar oe a smear whieh was 4 , the dear o whihed w pe' rsaedley steppedset of the rooms for a mmat and seesp her I"" hound the crme clothing amases bw teed to foot. The. little bellow OR within a few amaites. STRANGE DISEASE KILLS HOM. Lczem Reported by Fargmes Living South of Puasten. Miss. Prestem. Mims., Jan. S. - Hoep a' dying maoth of hare 09 a 63ms whlch made its ampparaaoe in Be tember. One fhrmer has lost niane teen bead, another mixteea and now pnother drove has bese attacked. These farms adjoin mad are the oaly ores alected ms far. The dimeese ores fatally after deanlag from three r a. ka to two months. It Is nothing like cdolera. LOUIS W. HILL'APPOINTED. Placed at Head et State Highway Commission. ft. taut. Jan. 5 - Louis W. Hill, roraidlet of the Great Northern. was ap. olnted chairman of the state high way c mulae~son yesterday by Gov. obsinon. Mr. H!ll succeeds Gustav Schells, wI 0 :ecently seat in his resignation i'ecause of his contemplated remdval to Washinatom. ADDS CHAPTER TO TRAGEDY. George Brown's Death Hastened by Shock of Wife's Murder. Foet Dodge. Iowa, Jan. 8. - George BrLY a. the consumptive husband of t'c woman whom his father J. H. *r wn cf Manson. killed last August, Gic I onoday night at Colorado fl m imns. The shock at the marder Lta: :ed death considerably. Held on Murder Charge. Cec li!j, Mton., Jan. 8. - Barney VC: on. suarected of wantonly kIlling Y on is Fuller near Fowlds Sunday n oruing, was arraigned before Jus tice H. A. Simons yesterday after noon on a charge of murder in the first degree and demanded as time. diast hearing. pleading not guilty. The case was continued fIve days to allow time for the verdlet it the to. Queest. laeuranee Ceneern Elects. Hokah. Mina.. Jan. 8. - The twee ty-flfth annual meeting of the Mound Pratt Ia Farmers' Mutual Fie lasar. sece company was Leld here. Direct. ors A. J. Van Arx and Fred Roth were re-elected, and Hprman Klein was elected a director. The company paid leoses of $8,361.37 during 1908 and clored the year with a balenoe of $2.066.74. Indians Give Up Arms. rotales. Arts.. Jan. 8.-Ocllsl no tice was rece!ved from Acting 0ov cncr Cubilias of the state of Sonora. Mex.. that the treaty between the .Me> can Eovernmnent and the Yaquls Indiana lad been fully ratifed and that itcusands of the Indians are icnmirg Into the capital and surren ?e:trg hteir cress. ?*e-v Minnetrota Peetmasters. Sart lrigton. Jan. l0.-T. E. Flake £ ,d w. e appointed postmaster at Arm niory, F eoboin county. Minn., vice HI. I lItchison. reselned: Arthur J a asn It Butler. Otter Tall county. 'lcw M. R. Mclrenav. rcmwed, and Fred W. Msrrkwardt at Woods. Crow lag courty. rice R. Jacobson. resign tad. M4ite- Defy Commlesi'ers. Cr r.d Iorks. N. D.. Jan. 3 - The Fe-ib Crl-ota m!llers will cout'nue ete nai uf tcture of the socalled 9:c act ed kcur. despite the orders of Comwr Warnecr Ladd. It Is announced. Mr. Lcdd tassed orders forbidding the manufacture after Jan. 1. He proa tacs 1e will proeseeute all violators. Want Feurth Judge. Duluth. Jan. 5 - Th e3t. Louis Ceunty par saaoclatioa yesterday rdopted resolntios faioring a Fourth distrlct judge In thib county and ap. ci~od a con mittee to draft a bill to 'e presented to the legislature. Jidge Poelelk Segine Paurth Teem. Faro. :as. T.-Judge Pollohk of .1im city. for twelve years the eblft cort ccer cf this district. whih includes. Cnas. Trail mad Steele ens . tis.. tas tsaceh the eoth cf oMoe for uts fourth term. Wire Indeer Marathem. Few York. Jsbl. 10.-Matthew Mt rrny of the Triatty Athletic lelh, "rookl) n. us the amateur isdoor issiatton race at Madison Square isrdea last alsht from thirty sae 0th ir acupetltots is quite handy faghima. tei.eeselth Ceashman KNis Self. lesion. Jam. 1S.-Deauel J. Memmey. foroer pres'dest of the Casetmea'q saloe. ceaietted selee 1esItlgg 1w Ras"s fieenr Aa 1te bel ta dabbgr Mea sate hlads~a t I *sar seWt titS us8lq URoeS DIRmAT PRIMARY LAW. Ossener Deealmee fsr NeminatIe of CanildMae Publis Vets. The Muutenaa tsature met 1t Jest aeeada Tuesday to tlutes to the message of 0ev. Morris. The message was uite lagthy ad dealt n mnear s senqoes s r reerm. among which was the aecesily for a primary dec. tHen law. After announcing that a specila messae ea ter matters of impor, team will follow is the sear tutra, the overee, states that he will net enact he role of the rwefrmer, "*who is usually speamodic Is ntiativte, sand IUstlees in paerlomease." The mes sage celns atteation to the exception ally prospereas conditios of the state Ia mlinl, ranching, farming and oth er Industries. sad aest devotes a chap ter to the eaforeameat eq the laws sad an appeal Is made to all citixeas to abide by the proetisves oe the statutes and to assist the eoeea in every way possible. It deplores the frequency eq homlddee sad hoesiidal assaults and inveighs a gass the carrying at con cealed weapens. . In order to meet the demands upon the bounty fuad-there now belag a delcienoy of $$SM.0a with estimated demands for two years oe $200,000 and a revenue of only WSON therefor un der present laws-he reemameads the submIssion of a .ooatltutional amend meat authorlsiag a specald tax on live stock to pay bountle sad protect the industry. The governor urges the eactmsent of a direct primary lawi eq general ap pllestleo, providleg for the nom nation of party oandidates fr all elective oi fees, including United States seas. tars. He favors the seosiled Oregon system for senators. He also asks for a strict cerrqpt practiee act for elos ties procedure. laeludIng 'publility of receipts sad expenditures." An employer's liability act I. urged for state employes. Recommendations are made for better ventilation and sanitation of mines, both quarts and coal, and especially better protection for the lives of coal miners. The governor recommends the cre ation of a public service commission for the regulation of charges made by public service corporations, the rail road commlssion being given this In creased scope. A twenty-iveyear lim it for private ownership of public util ity franchises Is set forth. He would further extend the power of the rail road conisalosin to regelate telegraph rates, authority to require carriers to furaish cars without disorlmllnation; to make a physical valustion of rail roads, to require the Inspection of tracks and the enactluent of a law abolishing free railroad trasnsportation except to actual employes. LABOR UNIONS ENJOINED. Guilty of a Combination and Conspira cy in Restraint of Trade. That bath the Anaconda Typograch Ical union and the Montana Pedera lion of labor were guilty of violating the anti-trust law In that territory: were anlty of combination or con spiracy la restraint of trade, was the report giren by Oliver T. Crane, mas ter in chancery In the circuit court The suit was that of the.Butterek Publishing company and a number if Montana labor unions. against wl.;:m the former had asked injunctions. The case has been In the court shire last spring sad has been btterly con tested by both sides. The mast-r !n chancery recommended that the ease against the other unions be disamis-ed and the injunctions against those named in this action be gade perma set. Citisens Care fer Starving indians. Citluens of Helena have taken the matter at the relief f the Cblppewa Indiana in their own hands and wili wait ao lamer lor assletnes from Washingtet. The band. whiMb sam bere eemeral hundred. is eamped west of that eltr. and a delegatien has made an appeal to the federal fudge that they are starving jtag.l . They aleso sike that the less prow Seed reservatles be forthesming. A large supply of blankets and feed was sent oat by the Helea emmemirol clab. It it becemee aeogesar the In diesn Will be removed to Melanm !or batter protection from the leeaets. Otto eoll. the twelve.y se evsoM of Edwin P. oll or Spines ial. was mooldentrly saot sad langes sleasy killed while huntIng wek twe other toys. The three boys weae going up a eanyon when they dedded to ea` 'tine some old minIng cawes. As they eantered ea of thse a bMed dew up ead the Del boy shot at it and adosed It. Aaother boy with a shtign took aim and J.ut as be pulled the tigger the Dell bay aned forward to rensed his f and got his headvight take" at the shothun barrel. The awse eohrergeemsted k atd bi tWsh ear and earn eat ever his nssa sera Posmess ought. Mrs. Dihabeth HaslE, at Helena. .- haoeas wars -mendless to obtain pSmession oa a hey wh Is maw in 'the ore of the Uetes* aseed ear. The boy was pleesd with the sisters by the father. who is sow in Purthed. Mrs. Haaast made a de. maa tar the eM . bat the siters re. feal to gft him up sat the fether am ab heard trem. It eeisrated he It new a0 b wag eda the hoee 1a eeswe a emenup z o------ -ess. Wbsbfagtea. Jas. 8.-The bustaee gthe senate yesuerday coasumed les an boar, nearly half of whitl vas devoted to the eoaslderatiom o lasimatis in eimaotive seestes. o ;s4ha a lasts samber wee eedamod A motson by Senator Gore of Oats 0ema to print the inaugural address as gad the preelamation of emancips tilt by Presidest lJacols In the Coo greasiesal Record it celebration a the eoatenary year of Uacoin's b!rtl brought Psalter Dalley of Texas to his feet with an objeotlon to thu print I of the proclamatsoe of emancips Purther dlsousutoa was stopper by a refereace of the entire matter It the committee on printing. Trassactlag bdness without eve the semblance of a quorum, the heas' of repreaeststives yesterday pasest several btill of a atosellaneous Char eater. but of little general poltit Is porten"e. Wasbtngton. Jan. 8 - The posts savings bank bill was before the s-t ate yesterday and many sensdmentt were proposed to It. some of then requiring the defoelt of postal say iags fends in state as well as satlie at banks. It in expected that the vet tag oe ameadments and a further din easeics of the measure will be we sewed today. The only nlcdest worthy of not. to the house, san which caused a sood deal of amusement, was a brie discussion of the fortcomlag Atriest busting trip of the president. lad dentally there was a reference to tha famous seoalled Anaslas club. The whole debate binged upon a news paper story stating that Maj. Edge. 0. Kearas of the army was to scoom pany the president, and that to orde to Co ro he bid been put on the re tired list with increased rank. Tbh a atter was b:oogbt up by Mr. Mast of Illinois in coenectica with the coo sidera tion of a bill authoriszig the is stance of commissions to omoers aba retire with Iseredised rack. The re ntrstder of the day Was dieotod t the consideration of a number of mits cellaneous bills and resoluatios. Washington, Jan. 9.-Characterialns 1 the action of the president In directintp the at'orney general not to prosecute the United Steel corporation for the absorption of the Tennessee Steel san Iron corporation as another "arbitrari and lawless act of the chief masts trate." Senator Culberson of Texas in troduoed a resolution in the sisate yesterday iustrcetens the committee ,on the judiciary to report at as earl)) .day as possible whether, In the open loa of that committee. the presidedi was authorised 'to permit such abeorp time Mr. Culberson at considerable leasat discussed the president and Insisted that congress had the right to give dl rections to a had of an esecutive de partment under certain conditions. Senator Hopkins declared that the Texas senator was not property rspre maeting the preiant and sald thai Mr. Roosevelt had nat approved the action of the steel corporation. bii that he had merely "ant felt it his duty to oppose opeb milan." Although techaleally under esneld esusa in the house of represents tives, the District at Columbia appwe priation bill was sidetracked while the members indulged in general debate This topR Appe rngetha pmMied legs opening with a defeame o the rules of the house by Mr. Olmsteed as Penasylvanta. His remarks stirred up the subject and gave the mauer gats, under the leadership of Mr Gerdner of Massesbametts, as opper tunity to air their grievances. WashIngton, Jan. 16.-After havla made him the target all day for criti elsm, with here and there were e sMenesdatien. the bhoe at reseent atives last night, by a vote of Sit ih 3. rebuked the president by tabliag so much of his aessee as r*eecte" -n members of oe grees in cenneetis .with his recommendations regerding 4he secret service detectives, and alit declaring it to be the seas of the house that they shall decline to eon saler say commuslcstioas frm asa source which is net In as own jlad most respectful Chamber is Pneked. In antelpation of the report, the gEect of which was to adminiater rebuke to the president, there was oae of the largest attendanes of memben of this sesesion, while the galleriese all timos wee Sled to their eapeelty in a forceful speesh. Raprqeentative rawney of Mimmesota. who was chars epd by th peidet P e dhe epeslwtlcs of the secset servise repaled to the anleatens. H de daire that he had Men u myN r rep "eestned in the presideats mesage as read extretsa to show that whether intentiolatly or not, ha bad leen misqueled In toe Pseats. The seatse yesterday gaseed a bi providing conditions ender whaic th thrstemh -as will be takes. Senator Culhbr'ssra rsustulas hn struetsg the semmitaes en the elans to report whether leas assam of h r ed m m dne us -NO by the e-s am ast 1the soente at 5:3 wnd * IE swsNrnm 1 Ghikp f hsýHmso uwqi . NORWAY. The baees tam4are -er. Saeb who ded 0ea0l, Mw baried with m*. pesitve sermuseas at has hems to Hiterial. He was a favorite ol the htkgiwho seat a beautiul oral wreath t Orpa the eadi. s** The Iret ereastory Ia Norway will be opeae for busines. at Chtletimta in a few weeks. It wal ee1t4 wbea eompletei, about 35.000 mwewas sad wilt be eme of the beat lastitatiems at the tad Ia Netsp*. The ev Is 5aw belengsstalld and to a very armlia. We amgab. coating 10.000 sews. It is the latestls of a man mamed las. mid Rasiedr. *** Am automobile esolety has bees aO graoed at Aelessad for the purpose at sgtabllsbg as attemebile oset be twme Aaslemad asi Oraesb ead be. tween Aaseamd ead Raebet. The need of si aultmoMhe tos betweem these pats has bees felt for s-e time sat thee is s debt as to th eoasa s at the euterpetes The trase wil beita meat Apri. ee* The receipts from tarit duties em Imports ta October. 110. were icie 1fcows. as hems. at over 00.111 avowa. over the reosipet to Osteber. 1N1. Durto the drat seves mathe of the at 16554 the totea rmsem rom the tlll was 35135*5 simS. as sealsat 2U as.30 roewas dutog the -a mate of the preseding eer. ama 35*35*55 -reas dedg the same ta 1$5 14. e*e The churck departmeat has tost1 toted as lavestigatioe ot the old Olar ltaster a Ogle, eteoted duinig the reign ot 3saboa Esehemesa. with a view to 4uteralalg what repakso sae spe W the buildiag from Titr (eoay. The waes have be. 1ase too damp amd the tuileg ea the root is defective. There fs a, stroeg popular feeling that the eaerable pile ought not to be permitted to desay. and the motios of the chureh depart. meat will meet with hearty approval. ee* A leading newspaper to authority nor the statemest that the pvermeast of Swees objects to the asooeptase by swedshe onelale ot Norwegian ondwe and titles. It It t seah ondareie W meat desiring to humors Serei j*ot, to ash the goverameat to which be owes allesltase. If there Is sam oh. sectios to the bestowal ot the crder; sad reseatl weam the Norwegian charge dsgakre at 0wsbhetm In. quired of the Sweadsh mlistr hor forelga affairs It he had any objeotlem to the acoeptance at orders from King Hashes by certain Swedish o*elals, that dignity asswered that 10r thi time being he was mot tawore y dispoead to the Idea. sWsDEN. The beat crop cOtin id this rer amomated to -er t.ar which Is IAN tose mase am ha r sr. The a10 this yea give ItS per ost sumr, as agalast 14.4 per east last veer. Tips lw tubuegdegs heepital at Mdaepave is to agt 3s41*: half i whis .mosat wit M by the state: the balaaee wit be pie Mided for by the yarles eumsem to be semis by the beeOaL *ee Durtas the heMaua the pear smest abUres of Ueethelm ware hesele to helatsy ilaerse, me5 hetpei l et. -e A amkse inar for this *Ma worek. ad thus ,torks beggppb Is sway pear heons The 3weodi basrd ci a Lbe Iii sm hase seememet the ft at. M-M WV euee1s as thee 6S7ir They hews rsqegebeee lb b the pall.. ati as INK aIs wsi gli, a Iafaasae sm stmahts The bined Im imse eil. walk toward mes senset I e, paphis seers M aogle ass Qua* as wsamel ba/eggeos ti ples at sedas"he te he w 6w wham a sew Lymsaey begals i*n assay eabpees. I s 'lyW at as we ahedleme h.W pee iat a tigm whoa~ me. wosw aw. as The eamtshe. S. A. 3 that the ea lmi tnase sad sham away, as the i am t haldlegs bad beam dsn be the maset *eMA m .me The amesmt at nUWear bablu teauty reehwaS a fte ftiUS ow" ,ien Oeads aprseaheMs, rsg mths *be Hmose betued s ade.s as eMs Usa. The ;= = eatelm s a mbu of art works. 1sesle ac the ili at this esomsac >m. ret. 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