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popular home paper IT'S IN THE LEADER VOMJMK XXXV. (JUTHUIE. OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTlvMJ5EJi 7, 11)10 LAST EDITION, 6 O'CLOCK. NUMI5EU 83 Guthrie THE daily r I PROBING ifffli SCANDALS COMMISSION CONDUCT ING EXTENSIVE INQUIRY INTO CHARGES SENSATIONAL FEATURES EXPECTED TO DEVELOP Alleged Legislative Oeals Willi Corporate Interests Will Be Gone Into New -York, Sept. 7. Scandals as PrilHIlllolUll ilK those which iiiui'KimI the Allds lirlbory trial last winter fire ex pected from tho legislative corruption hunt, which began' Tuesday In the city ball. Most Important of the heads looked for promises to come from the thorough Hcrntiny being made of the books of the old brokerage firm of Ellingtvodd & Cuuninghaiu. (r. -Tracy Kogers, who Tor many yearn, ' when the '- no-cabled' "black horse cavalry" was la the saddle, was Identified, prominently with traction interest a, which kept a close watch on legislation. Is expected to give Im portant testimony. The commission aiso intends to In vestigate charges that thousands of dollars were used three years ago to prevent the passage of the anti-race track gambling bills.' Jot ha in P. Allds, who was dismiss ed fron the senate after being found guilty by colleagues on enrages pre ferred by his associate, Beun N. Con ger, and Mr. Conger will also be call ed hh a wKness, according to members of the comnilsslotu ...Mr. Allds will be .nuked In detail. If called, about his accounts with Elllngwood & Cunning ham and Mr. Conger will be question ed regarding his declarations In the Allds trial that a birbe corruption fund was raised In 1905. There will be an Investigation, too, of the statement by Harry F. Zimnier lin of Lyons that he paid to the late John Haines, while the latter was Re publican leader of the senate, $G,0U0 and gave to his lieutenant, Kugene Burnett, also deceased, $1,0C0 for put tins through bills which gave getier ous bounties to the Lyons Meet Sugar company, of w hich Mr. Ztmnicrlin was president. , MIS, WRITE MAN'S HOPE .Snpulpn, Okla.. Sept. 7. Carl Mor ris, a Frisco engineer, has been pick ed by sporting men as t'ie one man who can wrest the heavyweight cham pionship from Jack Johnson, and o him has .been given the task of beu'.. lug the black man and redeeming tin white race. Moiris has resigned "nia position with the Frisco and left for Oklahoma City, where- he has gone into active tralniiiK. He is a giant, weight 2' pounds and can strike a terrific blow. DRY SPELL Guthrie's continued dry spell wast broken by a fine rain early this morn-, ing. Reports say that t'ie rain was I general over Logan county and thatj cotton will be greatly benefited. Washington, D. C, Sept. 7.-Plans have been completed for the fortirica tl:m or the Panama canal. Involving an estimated expenditure of auout $14, UOt.000.. . They were prepared by a joiut board of army and naval officers and are now under consideration by Gen. Wood, chief of staff of the army and his assistants. They will be sub mitted to Secretary Dickinson on his return from the Philippines. As they are- substantially the same plans previously approved by Presl . dent Taft, it Is assumed they will be submitted to congress with a message recommending favorable and prompt action by the legislative body The pains call for the expenditure of $14,104.203.. The board recom mends the following sea coast arma ment be emplaced for the defense of the canal: Teu 14-inch rifles, twelve 6-lnch rifles, twenty-eight 12-inch mor tars. . The appropriation Is estimated as follows, and includes provision for sub marine mine defenses, barracks and . ... ..nut Blllprv nrrlnn and cost for emplacement. .Items of Fortification. Burcuase and reclamation of sites, $l.Ui,w-y, euipUi.eujtUt.3, f 07 CI"?; U DEFENSE IS PLI1E TUCHUS TO EE! ACQUAINTED Call lias been pinde by Superintend ent V. S. Calvert for meetings of teachers to hear assignments ior me coming vear and to net ueuutiluted with each -other. The teachers for Central, Capitol Hill and Banner schools are to meet at Central school building Thursday anil Friday mornings at 8 o'clock, The colored teachers will meet at Douglass schol at 1:13 l. m. on the same days. The city schools are to be opened Monday. Fumigation . of all the buildings has been 'ordered and the premises are belli" made ready. New students are being assigned to classes. Large Increases n attendance are expected. Appeal has been make by the M. rv. & T. load against the order of the corporation commission directing re moval of the junction and terminal points from Osage City to Cleveland. There has been a long tight on the Osnge Junction, the protestants al leging that the place Is tin'acalthful and Is mostly a town lot scheme, any way. " v (By Associated Truss.) Abilene. Kas.. Sent. 7 Several hundred dollars more in deposits, be lieved unaccredited, were today add ed to the twenty thousand .cloVir shortage said by the bank examiners U exist tu the accounts of the Abi lene State bank, discovered since the departure Saturday of Ju'.tn A Flack, the cashier. Bank Commissioner Concludes to Issue Call for Dank - Statement Okalhoma City, Okla., Sept. 7. K. ll. Cockreil, state bank examiner, has changed his mind regarding the call for the quarterly statement from state banks. About ten days ago Kx a.miner Cockreil decided that he would not call for a statement September 1, because he could not bring his records from Guthrie, to Oklahoma City, lie later decided that it would be best to mail the statements from Guthrie, but have them made returnable to Oklahoma City and about three days ago put a large force of assistants to work getting the necessary informa tion for requesting tho statements.. When examiner Cockreil moved to Oklahoma City, he was not enjoined from -bringing his records here, but when he sent after them he found that an injunction had been issued restrain lug him rom further Interfering with the state 8 books. By the time the statements are due, the state capital question will likely be settled. It Is the custom of tho state bank Vamlner to call for statements from the state banks at the game time the call Is made by the national '.bank examiner. (Ity Associated Press.) Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. ". Sen ator Fletcher of Florida offered a resolution at a imcting of the Hall-iriger-I'liicliot Investigation commit tee today holding that Hallingcr was an 1 1 ii fa it li Till officer and should be removed. When it came to a vote Senator Nelson, chairman, held no quorum present. The committer took recess till Friday. guns and carriages, $'J32i,0Mi; am munition, $1,32!.2.SS: power plants, $138,000: searchlights, $24l,xt));; fire control, $370,755; submarine mine de fenses, $U5K,360; barracks and Qtiar ters, $1,831,000. The board estimates that the canal will be completed and in use by Jan uary 1, 1915. As it will require sev eral years to complete the fortifica tions and place the guns, me board urges the construction of the defences be begun during 1910 or as early as possible in 9H. The board recom mends the full sum of $1 (.104.203 be appropriated by congress, $4,000,000 to be immediately available. Three and one-half years will be necessa 'o complete the fortifications. , The canal fortification- board iiicTud es' Brig. Gen. William Crozier. Hrls. Gen. Arthur Murray, Brig. Gen. W. L. Marshall, all of the army; ('apt. H. S. Kuapp and Commander W. J. Maxwell of the navy: MsJ. W. G. Ilaan and Capt. Stanley D. Embick or the coast artillery corps. Word from Oklahoma City today saw that Mrs. C. X. Haskeil Is still seriously ill, although her condition in lntujined oince Sl'Uday. CQCKRELL CHANGES MI T T IIS HE WEDDED 10 ANOTHER WIFE CROSSES ATLANTIC SEEKING RECREANT HUSBAND RUSSIAN WOMAN WAS DESERTED IN OLD COUNTRY Traces Spouse Through News papers to America and Follows Washington, Sept. 7. In the local police court today ended the journey of many hundreds of miles of a de- sirled wife and commenced the real troubles of a bigamist. Until the out break of the Russo-Japanese war liar ney Dcitsch lived In a humble home at Luga, In the province of Vollna, Russia, happily married. He was drafted for service in the army. His wife, soon to become a. mother, encouraged Barney to desert and go to the United States where he couia grow rich quickly. She planned to follow him as soon as possible. Ac cording to her testimony, she work ed many months while Barney was i t. hiding, earning money to pay his pass age to tho land of the free. Letter Stop Coming To reward her falthfuluesa. Bar ney's love for her cooled.' He did cor lesoond with her for two years, but. then his leters stopped. The wife con ilnded that her husband '.iad been In jured, or perhaps killed in an accident She decided to trace him. She sent ft photograph of her hus band to a New York publication. A Russian llebraw recognized the err 1ng Barney and wrote the wife In Lu ga. As soon as she couln save V she took steerage passage and had no difficulty In finding Barney. Learns H-s l Bigamist r.ient whs her crlef when she learn ed that he had married after reaching the United States. She reported the case to the police and a warrant charging bigamy was Issued. The see ond .wife and her baby appeared at the hearing today. Barney was held for the grand jury and some day will be tried on the charges preferred by his wife: Frst. however, he must appear on the charge of perjury, having obtained a license here to marry ny swearing that he whs free to enter the bonds of wedlock. IE Heads of Third and Fourth Class Offices Meet in Guthrie fccpt. 28 Postmasters from smaller towns of Oklahoma are to be here in force on September 2H. The postmasters' lea gue, embracing the presiding peopn. nr the 't- lrd'and fourth class offices, will hold Its annual meeting here. The chsfmber of commerce has ar ranged for the use of the city hall auditorium and is having badges mad. The eitv will also give the postmasters a joy ride. There are l.lun post olllees In Ok lahoma Hiid a large representation is expected from .every county. sr- 1 n i 1 1 1 - DIKES IN LINE FOR ilEN Pat Oaken of Mountain View, Is slated to succeed 11. A. Flouriioy as warden of the state reformatory at Granite. ' ... GUTHRIE'S FIRST MAYOR Reception Will Be Tendered Col. D. B. Dyer at Ctty '.. Hall Tonight There is to be a big reception at h eiiv hall ioniirht for Col. I). B. J)yr eof Kansas City, who was the first mayor of Outhrie proper. Col. Dyer left here when Guthrie was still a tented and ramshackle frontier town. He tellh many stories of its organization and early strug gles. The first council was a legisla ture and It made a constitution. At the meeting tonight L. B. Kim ba'.l, president of the 89'ers. arid Ma vor Farquharson will preside. There Vni h n buffet uineheon and music by an orchestra. It is expected many talks will be made!, Official call has been made by the mayor and the jyre6t.lkut' the piu'H:r oeJMy. PREPAREFORFDSTMASTERS THE WEATHER r- k New Orleans, La., Sept. 7 To night cloudy and tonignt or Thurs day; cooler on Thursday.' LOCAL OPTION ELECTION It Is now understood that Governor Haskell will cull It sneclnl election In vote on tlie local option question. It is tlie governor g desire that the ques tion be not made a nolliii Mil iuSllft hence It will not be' called for Novem ber 8. Tlie call will likely be Issued th last Week In Keiitenibcr fin- ini election to be held about. January 10. UOTHEB 'GMDPIP' TEST SUIT Special to .Daily Lcldcr. Perry, Okla.," Sen. 7-Major John Jensen of Perry iij the new chair man or tho Republican central com mittee of Noble comity, elected at a meeting of the ' committee, wlU.i Grant Sheep, secretary. It was vot ed to make a hard tight against the "grandfather clause" in the courts. A campaign committee was named, In cluding ,1. N. Dolezal. ('. A. Frazer, L. W. Wright, P. F. Lau, W. It. Ma dura. W. T. Smith, T. I). Casey, C, W. Toiie, Charles Fuller and L. H. Nel son. It was decided to open the county campaign on September 12. Major Jensen the new chairman, was the Republican candidate for state corporation commissioner in the first state election and for ten years was agent for the Poiiea and Otoe In dians, having-the dlsilnctlou of re signing the position without a charge ever having beer lNjed against him. He is also a form'." anny officer. "BETTER WHEAT. TRAIN" MEETS WITH FINE ENTHUSIASM Crowds far above expectation are tinning out at tlie stations In which the sood wheat special on the Rock Island road stops. A conservative es timate made here before the start of the train put the ciottds at l.ooo per .lay, calculating an average of ten stops a day. Secretary Frank Fields, who accompanied tlie train on Its first two days counted the crowds, finding the average :!,noo pec day. Three eonclies 'have been HUH at most of the stations, nnd two are jamtneii nt every place. The speakers are already wearing out and It will Uie necessary to put on new ones soon. Stops are only half a mile apart and two or three soeeches are made by each man at each stop. Most of I hem a''e amateurs in iliMlcult speak ing, being farmers and teachers, and they are failing. College speakers joined the train at Carmen today. Opening of the col lege at Stillwater caused them to he late. Farmers -are s'iowi, g great inter est. There Is no question of the cllic acv of the train, for orders for pure wheat are simply swamping the board of uKilcu!ture and tho millers aivt elevator men. Superintendent .MctJill of the flock Island has Joined the boosters on the trip. (By Aisoclatml Preirs.) St. Paul, .Sept. 7 Two opposing Ideas nf r-riiiKPi'vallon met simarcly to-lay when Honator Beverljge In anj eloquent spceen ueciarea ior ,ai.ion- al control and -J. J. UU1 argued Me contrary. Clifford plnehot received a drama tic, ovation wnen Plnehot arose in answer to the roar of cheers which burst out when Ueveridge mentioned his name. Tears streamed (town nis lace until the outburst subsided. Yells of Plnehot! Pinohot!" rever beta'fed thro-Jfch lw lion -. sunn CROWDS ARE ATTENDING PUTS DRAMATIC . OVATIDN HNS TO II CANDIDATE FOR TOWN SHIP TRUSTEE NOT ON OFFICIAL BALLOT WAS LATE IN FILING HIS CAMPAIGN EXPENSE ACCOUNT Logan County Election Board Holds Delay Was Fatal to Candidacy Cliff Tluipy Republican iomiuce for trustee of Bear Creek towna'hlp, is warmer than the weal her, accord ing to his own definition of reeling re duced to printing capacity parlance. Mr. Tliupys campaign expense ac count did not reach Secretary M. W. Allen of the county election 'board in time to allow that name to go on the olllelal ballot which was prepared August L'li. According to the Inlerpietai Ion ol the law by Secretary Allen and Chair man R. S. smith, or Crescent, the law la mandatory and they can not allow a name to go on the ballot unless the account, as specified by statute, is properly fl'ed. Late Tuesday afternoon Mr. Tlmpy Hied with Secretary Allen what the former declared to be his expense ac count, but, beraltse the ballot had been prepared, Allen could not use it. In an Interview, marked more bv deslderatiiins from Tlmpy than collab oration of facts to prove cause, Mr. Tlmpy declared be would Invoke le gal proceedings to get on the ticket, Alhn only adding that he could do nothing t ) prevent or aid the energies Mr. Tlmpy had turned loose at tl;ls late period of the case. Chairman Smith arrived from tiros cent tills morning and went over the "case with Mr. Allen, The latter slat ci the expense account bad not reach ed him when the ballots for Logan county were prepared and therefore the name of Tlmpy was not placed on the afore 'i bailot. He stated the account was filed last evening, but because tlie matter had pass"d from his bands, he had done no more than to receive the expense account, com iiMiuicatloii or whatever It waa. Tlie law as to expense accounts of candldales has. always been strht'v enforced in ligan county. The fail ure to receive mlg'it be neither Tltupy's nor the election board, but the board acts In accordance with Its Interpretation of tlie clause. Tlmpy secured legal advlc", but be cause his first Ideas of getting on hur riedly were made to conform to later action, It U presumed thai some one advised fiat the matter be allowed to grind to a court ruling, of which none t'ns ever been made on that par ticular mandate In Logan comity. Special to The Leader. Kuld, Okla., Sept. 7Mlss Klhel Richardson, of Oklahoma City, a tele phone operator who came to ICnid re cently, lias caused the dismissal of Patrolman Owen of t'ie police force. and an Investigation that may result In wholesale removals by Mayor Ran dolpii and the city commission. Her testimony In police court re cently against certain housekeeper, which Involved membi j ,r th po- Lee force, brought on an iuvfatigatloii of the force. Tlie mayor and commis sion held a lengthy session and Owen was discharged because of neglect of duty.' It Is said that lie was found asleep In a lunchroom. Today charge of Immorality arc Ileitis considered and other members of the police force may be discharged. D. S. Articles Belonging to Federal Government Found on Keller Place Prosecutions in Federal court are expeete.l in the Keller case, originat ing In state courts through depreda 'ioiis on Kllison lake cottage Hm tents. It Is said cases will be ..nade against some of the Keller's and pos sibly others on account of the ilnd.113 of a United States flag, an army pistol ami a mall sack near t ie Keller placa Sheriff Mahoney arrived this morn ing from Fort Itiley, Kas., with Clar ence Keller, a member of the national guard, the third member of the' Ke.ller family to be charged with part In lh LlllBOU Ihsb JUIJKtliVO. I. 1'. kciii-i, John Keller and Clarence Keller are to be arra'gned In Justice Smvard r lOUlt louiollO V. SPEAKING DATES Special to Daily Leader. Tishomingo, Okla., Sepi,7. Hon, V. H .Murray, lias authorized a list of speaking dates. The "Johnson county phylosopher" will combine scientific agriculture with politics. He speaks at Tom Smith's' Grove in Beaver conn t.y. September 9. and at Buffalo. Har per county, September 111, both Demo cratic speeches. September I'.' at in a. in., Wakita, (Irant 'ims and at 2:30 p. in. agilcu'iiural speech at. Med- ford, September Ll. at the Farmers' Institute, Kuld, nf 2: 3D p. m., subject "Scientific. Ivdacatio,. on Applied tu AuriCllltlll'P." Mellteliiliei' 11 lit U'uv. noka, Democratic speech., September t.i. yuinian. September lt at Wood ward, an agricultural subject befor Farmers' Institute. 2:3d p. m.. political soeech tliiit niuht Menleinlier .17 Shaituck, at 2:30 p. in., before Farm ers instil ute. political speech that niuht. Sentemlier 111 ..t Bul'f.ilo -uh- Ject, "Agrlciiliure." before Ilarner county Farmers' Institute. September iii, at Beaver, before county Institute; political speech that night to the gen eral nubile The reiiiiilnlnt) unit nf the week Mr, Murray will spend In Texas and Cimarron counties, ending September 21!. POLICE CONTINUE ACTIVITIES Willie Moore and Arthur Snee.l were naughty on Went Harrison ave nue lst night. They raised a eopsld. i.li!f, disturbance and a large crowd. Both men were Jugged before hand, and Jugged afterward. Jack Harrison and Sam Waii.ei were picked up ut the Santa Fe sta tion on charges of trespassing. Frank Ward was charged with b ' lug drunk and was In no condition to leny It at the time, Arrests Klnce Saturday night have been twenty. SAYS NEW PARTY IN 1912 Will Come Into Field as Candi- date for National Office, Pettigrew Predicts (By Associated Press.) ! Chicago, U!., Sept. ". .iat a new i party ill come Into tlie field as a i contestant for national of I loo In l!tl3 was predicted by former Senator Pel ligrev, of South Dakoia, In an inter view, lie declared there was no excuse for the Insurgent, ttiiil thai with their doctrines there was no place for them la the Republican par-! ti ff the radical Uemoc rats, who log ically would he brought Into the pale of the new party, and the radical Re-; publican should unite, the y would , have majority of the virtes and could 1 swing the election at their first trial This does not seem to mo at all un likely." Senator Pettigrew, denounced the Culled Stales courts, declaring tll'it they all should be abolished ?ave t e supreme court, and their work turiif I over to the stale courts. GUEST OF PRESS CLUB (By Associated Press) Milwaukee, Sept. 7. Colonel Roose veil arrive, I fripiu St. Pin! this morn ing and for nearly twenty-four hours will be the giu-st of tlie Milwaukee Press club. lie was gioetcd by threu thousand persons. Following .breakfast at the Hotel Pfister, Roosevelt was taken i.i. an automobile trip and during tlx- fore noon visited tlie Boys' ami Olrls' Trade sell mis. LatM- he took lunch eon with the newspaper men. 0. G. Intimations th, it the DUI.ihoiivt hlgli conns wiil yield to pressure ar strenuously denied by t.i.e members of the two courts. There was a re port this morning that the court ot criminal appeals had been directed to hold sessions !n Oklaioina City, and that it would move I here ho m. and It proved to be as baseless ;u many others of the same sort. As a mutter of fact, the court Is waiting for th" opinion of the supreme court Oil the location of the lapital mid h not yielding to anybody's clamor. Judges Fnrnian,' Do vie and Rich ardson of the court of appeals were In Oklahoma City yesterday, and th" fact, probably gave rise to a st"t that t'ie court would sit. there. Tlie Judges are working in tiuthrl". The September term Is Imminent III.. Iiiritrna flf the court of AL- I nil., v.... J "IT n - . ! peals are unlikely to hand down de cisions until action is taKen oy tne supreme court. The location case Is tc RO Oetore in upreii touii, o September til. ami, " the Ismies are wpll detined and getW'rabV' understood p Ij jt-irli by ifcoim-d meii DOS IHITIEf IS SILENT I COOK'S T HUNTER SAYS HE DID NOT VISIT ETAH CACHE VISITED THE HUT WHERE BROOKLYN PHYSICIAN LIVED Ship Anchored at Etah But No Members ot the Party Went Ashore . i :zt . i (By Associated Press.) New Haven, Conn., Sept 71 lurry Whitney, the sportsman who, Tift h Paul Raluey of Clevelaml. sailed for the Arctic legiou.s last June to hunt, returned today, and the party not oiny brought, back with them the live game tiiat they wvnt after, but mov ing picture of walrus, musk ox, polar bear and fox hunts, besides scenes from K.niuluiaiix life. Th party which was in command of Captain Bartleit, who ai i oiiipanled pei.ly on his suc cessful iVuitli Pole ex::"l!itlo'i, took with tluiii a moving picture apparat us in chin ge of a professional. Be sides tlies-', Mr. Whitney personally secured several hundred negatives. According to Mr. Whitney, tho ex pedition was niiiHt sueeesi'ful, the par ty brlugilii; back with them live speci mens of tie musk ox, iho walrus, po lar bear and b'tie fox, besides many skins. V'sited Dr. Cook's Camp The hunters visited Sparlio, the camp of Dr. Cook, and found there the ht In which-the Brooklyn physi cian lived. .o data or any sort were 'ilscovcrcd, merely the sl:e.i of lint i-eniMliiIng This was made of a makes Ifi material, with whalebones supporting the roof add tile side and roor patched w;h musk oxen hide. ,H no time on the Journey, ac cording lo ('apt. Bartleit, did any thing come to light which would t"i;d 10 substantiate In any way Dr. Cook's vve. known laie of pole discovery. "The northern point rem-hed h.V us," said Mr Whitney, "was 79::'n. mi. I at this latitude I planted tlie New Haven Yacht. (ui, flag, which I took vith Hie at the request of my club, doing up, we took on our l''s,(iiimau Kuldes, eleven In all. Five of these were men wro went with Peary on bis last trip, and three accompanied Mm to the pub'. Our finds were made In what h called Kllesiuere Lund, w til'-li Is a little south of where Ihe (oocVelt Wintered." Dd Not Co Ashore At Etah In speaking about the Bcotlih', wbicti was the first steel boat that Capt. Bartleit has taken Into th" Aide regions, Mr. Whitney added: "The Kent hie w .is a fast boat, all rig t, ami made much belter time than the wooden boats that have gone up ht'i'etofoie, but sl leaked budlv an I could not stand 1' Ice that th other boats could She began to b'ak early In the voyage, but as we had wuter-tlghf eompartmcuU sh was all ilg't eiily somewhat heavy. Shf loweyer, was capable of making four, teen kupN an hour to ten knots for the Wneili-n boats.' Whltii 'y dei liio-d to discus Dr. Cook or iho records that he Is al leged fo h.ive eft at F.tah. He said: "We iiii'liore.i at F.tnh, but neither f in r ,:ii members ef the crew went 11 bore i here. We did, i.owever, nif't the Danish Arctic explorer, K.ksliiUD" t'eii. J:i Noitii Ci vcnland. lie Is Jto lii in wini or tin re fur three years and is go! 113 over the jce heaps." PI Df 1 that a decision will be out hi a s-lion liiiie. .fudge piivle of the court of ap peals, on being au!,e, about the at tivilies of Ills court, said 'hat the court whs doiii; little. It is. well known that lawyers In criminal cases have In many Instance-i taken ad vantage of the confusion regarding Die capital, and have objected to tfie . j u isdii tlim of the court. Ot course, the situation suits a lawyer either iwav. He can object to it sitting ill either place, mul the Dual decision ot it lie supreme court will control. Southwestern Oklahoma lU4 been wishing for rain more ardently than 'other sections have. Rains caum Sunday. Monday and Tuesday to a , la rite portion or the soutii est and lo lllil.-a 01 luil otutt novauu inn e.- pcrts to the board of agrioJltuni in dicate tho rains have beea general )!ni in no cas uu welcome.