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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2t 3 AND 5
Notes of Cases Recently Decided,
jfc Which are of Interest to
H- * Our People.
DIGESTED BY W. B- MARTIN.
.(Exclusively for Vlrslnlan-PUot.)
. MINERAL DEV. CO. V. JAMES.
Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia.
September 14. 1899.
AN INSTRUMENT "WILL BE HELD
TO BE A CONVEYANCE OR ONLY
AN AGREEMENT TO CONVEY AC?
CORDING TO ITS INTENT.
IN THIS CASE THE INSTRUMENT
WAS AN EXECUTORY AGREE?
MENT WHICH WAS CARRIED
OUT BY A SUBSEQUENT DEED.
The question decided will appear from
the opinion of the court.
The Court says.
The determination of the mailer In
controversy in this case may be said
to depend mainly upon the nature or
the Instrument of April 18, 1882. If it
he not a deed of conveyance but an
executory contract, which was fullilled
hy the deed of November 7, 1883, there
Is no error in the decree of the Circuit
The Instrument referred to has many
of the characteristics of a deed of con?
veyance. It begins with the words:
"This Indenture" ? * it also contains
tho operative words of a conveyance.
In derogation of those characteristics
of a conveyance It specifies lhat "as to
this last named tract (to wit, tract No.
G) the said Mills and wife give a special
?warranty deed, but to all the other
tracts named a. general warranty deed
is to ho winde."
It. Is a rule of construction that,
though a deed may In one part use the
formal and apt words of a conveyance,
yet from other parts of the Instrument
taken and compared together, It ap?
pears a mere agreement, for a convey?
ance was all that was Intended, the In?
tent shall prevail, for tho intent, nnd
not the words, Is the essence of every
agreement. Considering the whole of
tho Instrument of April IS, 188:2, and
applying the recognized rule of Instruc?
tion. I am of opinion that It was only
intended as an agreement for the sale
of certain lands and not a deed of con?
veyance. The words "but lo all the
other tracts named a general warranty
deed is to be made," plainly manifest
1hxU the- parties contemplated that a
future conveyance was to be made. .The
Instrument or April 18, 1S82, affords
other evidence, especially when consid?
ered with the deed of November 7, 1SS3,
which tends to support this view.
It thus appears that in the instru?
ment ot April 18, 1S82. the description
of the lands is in very general terms
and the quantity of each tract not ac?
curately stated, but merely said to con?
tain about so many acres. In the deed
of November 7, 1883, these same lands
are- ? fully described by metes and
bounds and the acreage of each accu?
The original Instrument Is not In ev?
idence, but It appears that though re?
corded. It was not acknowledged ns Is
required of deeds and conveyances, but
wn? simply witnessed as to Mills,
though not as to his wife; while rho
dfeed of November 7, 1SS3, recites the
piyment of the purchase money, was
duly acknowledged by the grantors for
admission to record, and recorded.
The subsequent conveyances, under
which the appellant claims title to the
lailds In controversy, also tend to con?
firm the construction that the deed of
April IS, 1RS2, was only Intended as
ah agreement of sale and not a deed
I am of opinion for the foregoing
reasons, that there is no error in the
decree of the Circuit Court, and the
same must be affirmed.
>M) WORTH VS. NORTON.
Supremo Court of South Carolina.
August 2, 1S99.
A MEMBER OF CONGRESS WHILE
,,IN THIS STATE ON PRIVATE
BUSINESS, WITH LEAVE OF1 AB?
SENCE, IS NOT EXEMPT FROM
SERVICE OF CIVIL PROCESS
UNDER ARTICLE 1. SEC. 6, OF
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
Tho case appears from the oplmlon
of tho Court.
The court says:
It was admitted at the hearing that
on the 6th day of July, 1898, the time of
service of summons and complaint,
James Norton, defendant, was a repre?
sentative in Congress from this State,
and at the time of service he was in
Florence, S. C, on private business, be?
ing absent from Congress, then In ses?
sion, and that Congress adjourned sine
die on the 8th of July, 1898- The mo?
tion being hoard, his/ honor, the presid?
ing judge, passed the following order:
"The motion made in above case to
set aside the service of the summons
nnd complaint, on the grounds set forth
In the notice served upon plaintiff's
counsel. It Is ordered that the service
of said summons and complaint he set
aside as illegal and void. It being ad?
mitted, that Congress was in session,
Young children, to avoid
marasmus, scrofula, or
rickets, and develop healthy
tissues, bones and teeth, need
fats and hypophosphites. Dr.
W. Gilman Thompson,
Prof. Materia. Medica and
Therapeutics, in the Uni?
versity of New York, asserts
that Cod-liver Oil is the
best fat for the purpose.
Scott's Emulsion is cod
liver or' partly digested and
combined with hypophos
phiter, it gives children
material for. rich blood,
?olid flesh, bones and teeth.
joe. and f i.oo, all drugguts.
SCOTT & DOW NE, C Ii eon st?. New York.
und. that James Norton was u member
ihereot', ana absent therefrom on leave.
H. C. Watts, presiding Judge." ?
The plain tilts, througn tnelr counsel,
gave due notice ?f uppeul, und sub?
sequently tiled their exceptions.
The lunguuge of the lederul constitu?
tion is as follows (Article 1, Sec. C):
"The senators und reprcsentatlvOs'shull
receive a. compensation for their ser?
vices, to be ascertained hy law and
paid out of the treasury of the United
States. They shall In ull cuses, except
treason, felony and breach of the peace,
be privileged from arrest during their
attendance at the session of their re?
spective houses, and In going to and
returning from the same. They shall
not be (lueslloned at any other place."
Of course, the question we arc culled
upon to settle depends upon the mean?
ing to be given to the words "privileged
from arrest." 1
(The Court then discusses the section
and holds that the lower court was in
The Evergreen Social Club held a
meeting, with Mr. A. C. Metealf, on
Tunstall avenue, Tuesday night, and
transacted much business of import?
ance. This olub has given a number of
socials here of late and.jWill give a
nmsicale next week.
It will be two weeks before the prop?
erty owners can connect with the new
The Young ladies' Society of Park
Avenue Uaptlst Church will hold a
"Gipsy Tea" at the home of Mrs. F. L>.
Nicholson. No. 205 North'Park avenue,
from S to 11 o'clock to-night. A feature
of the evening will be a choice literary
and musical program.
The weekly meeting of the Inasmuch
Circle of the King's Daughters will be
held at the home of Mrs. Frank Tur?
ner, No. 20S North Park avenue, at i
o'clock this afternoon.
The revival at Spurgeon Memorial
Baptist Church has closed.
The annual business meeting of the
Christian Memorial Temple wlll'be hold
at 8 o'clock to-night, at which time re?
ports from tlie various deportments ot
Church work for the year will be re?
ceived, to be followed by the annual
election of olllccrs.
The revival meeting at MeKendree
Methodist Church Is still continued
with unabated Interest. The services are
largely attended and a. number of con?
versions have been reported. Rev. R.
H. Rennett is looking forward to it
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning
a colored hod curnler named King,
while following his vocation at tlie Nor?
folk Silk Mill, from some unforeseen
cause foil down the elevator a distance
of about forty feet, breaking his leg
both at the knee joint and ankle and
dislocating Ms hip. lie also received a
severe wound above the right eye. lie
was taken in an ambulance to the Nor?
folk Protestant Hospital, where his in?
juries were attended to. A 'phone mes?
sage at 11 o'clock last night staled that
he was resting quietly.
Mrs. F. Roulden, of Myers avenue,
and her sister, Miss White, of Rich?
mond, who Is visiting her, have gone
to South Mills, N. C, to attend the
marriage of a cousin.
Rev. I.,. R. Hetty is preaching to
large congregations a t the M. E. Church
nightly. The services last night were
of unusual Interest and there are hope?
ful signs of a gracious revival.
The Powhalan Cotton Mills and the
Silver Plating Factory are working a
large force at night in order to IUI he
fore Christmas the large number of or?
ders on hand.
Carpenters have ?commenced the erec?
tion of ten frame dwellings for Myers
Sr. Cn. on Fortieth street, between Row
den's Ferry road and Myers avenue.
The elegant residence of Rev. H. R.
Wright, in Klnston. is rapidly Hearing
completion. It will be supplied with
all modern conveniences.
SI.00 Ilnnnil Trip to Richmond
Or Petersburg Sunday. October 22.
Train loaves Norfolk and Western de
uo". at 8:10 a. in. Returning, leave
Hichmond at S n. m. The last of the
season. We will"haVe plenty or cTRIClflSE
ocia-Sf J. F. HERMAN, Manager.
W ho Will Help I'm?
Those who are interested in the suc?
cess of the Protestant Hospital course
and want it to succeed, must talk It
up and use all their powers ot persua?
sion to Induce persons to hand in their
names to-day. One hundred and eiglily
iive more signatures are needed for the
expense of this enterprise. It has been
arranged to have none but first-class
talent. It will certainly reflect upon our
community if this splendid course must
be abandoned. The people should not
wait to be gone after so many times.
Show your interest and appreciation by
helping forward this enterprise. Wo
must know to-day in order to get the
course tickets out before the .luch con?
cert on the 27th. Every man, woman
and child should shoulder some of this
work and see to it that the hundred
and eighty-live names are gotten to?
day. The places are too well known to
be again mentioned: Taylor & Hoyall's,
Gatling's Pharmacy, Montlcello Hotel,
Nusbaums' Hook Store. Trotter's Phar?
macy. Main street, and Robert Holmes
NiibHcrtpf Inn? to M. Vlncontn.
Treasurer N. Reaman, of the St.
Vincent's Hospital re-building fund,
yesterday received the following addi?
tional subscriptions, making the total
Division No. 2, A. O. Hibernians. $50;
Dr. Nicholas,Scnn, the famous Chicago
physician, $25; the Master Plumbers'
Association, Norfolk, $25; Mrs. Wash?
ington Young, Washington, D. C, $10;
Sharp & Smith, of Chicago, $5; R. s.
McCann. Portsmouth, $2: Henry Wilt
ten, $5; E. H. Chandler. Richmond, $2;
Patrick Moore. $2.
,1 Illrllnluy l>l4itier.
Mr. Gus Lagorio gave a number of his
friends a birthday dinner Tuesday.
Covers were spread for about twenty
five people, and when it is stated that
the spread was prepared by Mr. John
Evans, of the Washington House, the
reader will know that it included all
the delicacies of the season. Mr. Dago
rio was toasted on his 31st birthday,
and Messrs. Herman, Dey, Reld and
others made congratulatory speeches,
to which he feelingly responded. Mr.
Arthur Jones was master ot ceremo?
Greatest Cure the World Has
Ever Known for Overworked,
Exhausted Men and Weak,
Tired Out, Nervous Women.
Mr. W. W.Farxiiax:, nurse In tho Inline hos?
pital at WalerWy. Vt.,say?:
"t ?u troubled with nervousness, general
debility, bilious turrit, hcadncbt-s, and wet
broken down In health. Mr appetite failed me
anuaitenerM run down
ot my whole system Q
ocenrrod. Dr. Oreotie'?
Norrura blood and
narr? remedy was re?
commended to me. of
which t took four bot?
tles, getting relief
from tho urst bottle. I
calnod In flesh, my
health was greatly
benefited, my neryea
vrero madn steady arid
1 slept well ntititc.
I can rocomiuend
thoiBwho >r< troubled
and becomo a
new person through Us
wonderful power to
euro which la really
i iplc'i Phy?
sician to whom
It Dr. Greene. K West
\lth SI.. AVw lor* Citv.
the famous nnd tueeett
fm tpeciaiilt in curing
nervous and chronic
diteaset. If your fam?
ily physician nas failed
to cur? you, why not
?vnle aooiet your case to
\ this iiilful tpeci*l\slt It
I fill cost you nothing to
[eel hit alritt and ceun
\tfl. for he gives consul
t lalion abiolutelv free.
"THE SIDEWALKS OF XEW YORK."
Mclo-dram.atlc situations and inci?
dents to a conventional plot, with a
hero, a heroine, a victim and a villain,
embracing dastardly and daring deeds,
a mystery and the rock road to Its so?
lution, provide ample material for a
play intended to lire the enthusiasm ot
all lovers of thrilling adventure. Those
who went to the Academy of Music last
night expected to see an attraction of
this character and the enthusiasm man?
ifested clearly indicated that they were
"The Sidewalks of New York" is a
good play of its class and will un?
doubtedly please those who like tho
kind. Ample opportunity is given for
tho introduction of a variety of spe?
cialties, and was utilized to show a
number of the street characters of the
great city. The scenic effects nre ex?
ceptionally complete, and tho great leap
of the hero (through a substitute, Mr.
Tustln, champion high diver of the
world) from the shot tower, was an
exceeding realistic and thrilling fea?
ture. He makes a beautiful dive, head
first, from the files Into a tank of water
three feet deep, which is well worth
seeing. The daring dive is made to res?
cue a girl from drowning, and forni?
the climax or the third act. "The Side?
walks of New York" will be repeated
AN ITEM OF HISTORY.
On the bill boards and in the store
windows this week a peculiar litho?
graph is displayed, advertising the com?
ing production or "Frederick The
Great," by Lewis Morrison, ll is a re?
production of the "Order of the Black
Eagle," the famous Knighthood of
Germany, which had an origin <,f most
Intense interest. Frederick the First
of Prussia, was a man of peculiar tem?
perament, a conservative and autocra?
tic personage, who abhorred associating
with the democratic or plcbian classes,
and whose firm heller was that he was
ordained by God, not man. to rule his
people, and therefore superior to them.
So dissatisfied was he with his environ?
ments and his constant coming In con?
tact with the common herd, as he call?
ed his people, that to exclude all others
from his immediate association, he
rounded the "Order of the Black Eagle"
in 1701, the knighthood to consist of
only thirty men, exclusive of the Princ?
es of royal blood, who were, in virtue
thereof, entitled to knighthood. The
thirty were of unquestionable nobility
and .from the direct line of royal ances?
try. Fifty ducats was paid by every
new member, which went to the sup?
port of the Orphan Asylum of ICochlgs
berg, and he then received gratis his in?
signia of ollice, which consisted of an
clnborate regalia and a badge worn
suspended from the collar with a yellow
ribbon, or displayed upon tho left breast
of the uniform. This order was the
tastiest?rn?Prussia, at?Iliat?tTTTTO um)
worn only by those who were in direct
connection with the sovereign, and who
could not travel twenty germ an miles
from His Majesty's presence without
royal permission. Lewis Morrison is
the happy possessor of one of these
badges, obtained by him when in Berlin
a few years ago, and the lithograph re?
ferred to has been made from it.
Rert Coole will be seen at Hie Acad?
emy next Monday,In a new comedy en?
titled "A Rattle-Scarred Hero," of
which tho Albany (N. Y.) Argus says:
"Although Albany has tho reputation
of furnishing the most coldly critical
audiences in the'State, thp city seems
to have become a favorite place for
playwrights to try their new ventures
on." Last night Mr. Bert Coote pre?
sented for the flrat tiime on any stage
his comedy entitled, "A Rattle-Scarred
Hero." The production was greeted by
a fair-sized audience, who pronounced
the comedy up to the standard nnd Mr.
Ooote a star of the first magnitude.
Those who witnessed the play for the
first time were reminded of Willie Col?
lier's success. 'The Man From Mexico,'
nnd Mr. Coote's methods resemble
somewhat those of Mr. Collier. How?
ever, it would be unjust to say that he
intentionally copies the latler's style
and the comedy has enough sparkle of
its own to make it shine without bor?
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Mr.W. Rullitt Fitz Hugh, editor of the
Pioneer, of Cape Charles, is In the eity |
Mr. L. E. Lookabill, editor of the
Sunday Critic, and proprietor of a large
job printing establishment in Roanoke,
is in the city.
There will be a meeting of the Wash?
ington Circle or the King's Daughters
at 11 o'clock this morning at the resi?
dence of Mrs. Williams, No. 207 Gran?
Mr. George W. Jones, of the custom I
?house clerical force, has returned from]
Philadelphia, where he went to under?
go a surgical operation, much improved|
In health. Two operations were per?
formed, and a third may prove neces?
sary, when a permanent Cure is practl-j
The Kind You Have Always BougM
NOTE.?The People's Forum being
freely open to all parties, classes, per?
sons, views and capacities, the Vir?
ginian-Pilot is responsible for none
of the statements nor opinions ex?
pressed therein, nor for the style in
which they are set forth. The Ignorant
and uneducated shall he heard here
equally with the learned.
Norfolk. Oct. 16, 1S00.
Kindly allow me space in your val?
uable paper to make the following sug?
gestions: Would it not be an excellent
thing, it some church or churches in
Norfolk would Institute a series of or?
gan, or song recitals, or a combination
of both, to take place on Sunday after?
noons or evenings, during the coming
winter? The undersigned (judging from
what lie has seen in other cities) is
sure that such a move would meet with
the success it would deserve. A small
fee might be charged, or collection be
taken to cover expenses, and many peo?
ple, who have ho opportunity during
the week, would thus be able to spend
a half hour or more in enjoyment of
the music of the great masters, which
has a relining and elevating Influence
that is undeniable. I predict that any
church that starts on the lines indi?
cated will not want for large and ap?
preciative audiences. Let others be
heard from on this subject. J. H.
*w> -C3L. ?3 -M? ??? JC?. 1- Jt*. .
Be?rs the -w^1he KmmI Vou Have Always Bought
Hick's CAPUD1NE will cure all your
headaches, etc. Ask your druggist for
Dien by Wllo'a tirnvo.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Jacksonville, Fla., October 18.?A spe?
cial to the Times Union and Citizen
from Gainesville says:
Professor J. W. N. Beard blew out
his brains and died by his wife's grave
last night. He had taught school for
years, but falling eyesight had compell?
ed him to give up his occupation, and
it Is supposed linanclal distress had dis?
Scrofula, a Vile
Scrofula is the most obstinate of blootl
troubles, Rnd is often the result of an
inherited taint in the blood. S. 8. f?.'
is the only remedy which goes deep
enough to reach Scrofula; it forces out
every trace of the disease, and cures
the worst cases.
My son, Charlie, was afllletod from infancy
with Scrofula, and ho suffered so that it ma
Impossible to drees him
for threo years. His
head and body were a
mass of sores, and his
eyflight also became.
afTeotcd. No treatment
trii spared that vre
thought would relievo
him. but he grew worsej
until his condition ivns;
Indeed pitiable. 1 hadf
almost despaired ol his
ever bntnr oured, when
by the advice o( a friend
we gave him 8. S. S.
(Swiff s Speeirlc). A de?
cided Improvement was the result, and after |
he had taken a dcxen bottlei, no one who knew
of his former dreadful rondltlon would have j
recognised him. All the sores on his bodv
hnTe healed, his skin 19 perfectly clear anil
emonth, and he has been restored to perfect
health. Mns. S. S. Mabrt.
380 Elm St., Macon, Ga.
For [real blond troubles it is a waste
of time to expect a cure from the doc?
tors. Blood diseases avo beyond their
skill. Swift's Specific,
roaches all deep-seated cases whicji
father remedies have no effect upon. It
is the only blood remedy guaranteed j
purely vegetable, and contain* no pot-1
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Books mailed free to any address by
3wift Bpeoifle Co.. Atlanta, On.
CfR. CHARCOT'S TONIC TABLETS
nro the only positively Riiaranteeri remedy for tint
Drink Habit. Nervousness and Melancholycaused
by strong drink.
m HDAKA.VTEK FOtR IIOXF.S
to euro .my ease wliaa posltlvo written ifiiitr
ontoc or refund Ute monoy, nnd to destroy the
appetite for Intoxicating liquors.
THE TABLETS CAN BE OIVEN WITHOUT
KNOWLEDGE OF THE PATIENT.
CTOflMC nDlliy ?'?????*? Hl*rrv. PoTorlt
0 1 nUN 0 Unlfl* mil Drntli. Upon receipt
of 110.00 wo will man you four [41 bores and posl?
tlvo written trtiarnnte* to cure or r*tuni3
SOOT money. Single boxes Ki.00.
Walke, Martin & Gray, sole agents,
corner Water street and Romoko ave?
nue, Norfolk, Vit:
Board S. S. and Dr. Corns.
Norfolk, Va? October 10, 1??P.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT A
public auction to be held at 11 o'clock
a, m. on THURSDAY, the 10th day of
October, for the purchase of all Ihe
buildings anil parts of buildings required
to be lorn down for the opening of Trip?
oli street, from Rute to Wolf .street.
No building will bo delivered to a pur?
chaser until the amount'bid fur the sjnu
has been paid to the City Treasurer.
Bach building or part of building i
sold with the distinct understanding thai
the purchaser will take down and re?
move the same within six weeks of the
date of sale, and that no building or part
of building Is sold below the ground.
All plaster or mortar suitable for filling
Is not sold with the building to which it
pertains, but is reserved by the city.
There being much valuable building mate?
rial to bo sold "the public Is cordially in?
vited to attend the sale.
J. I). 1IOEHEIMER.
Chairman Ud. S. 6. and Dr. Coins.
A Two Days' Special of
Boys' and Children's Suits.
They're six lots of regular S5.00, $6.00 and $6.50 lines?sizes from 8 to
16 years?in Brown Check Cheviots, Gray Effects and Nobby Plaids?
made in the most substantial manner?all wool, Italian lining?such as the
Saks Stores only use?and all this season's goods.
Your Choice, $2.95.
Saks & Company,
234-236 MAIN STREET.
THINK OVER THIS PROPOSITION,
WHY DELAY IX GOING-TO HOUSEKEEPING OR PO WITHOUT A NEW
PARLOR, BEDROOM OK DINING ROOM SUIT, CARPETS, STOVE OR RANGE
WHEN YOU CAN SECURE SAME FROM
JOHN B. LOUGHRAN'S
PIONEER INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
319 AND 321 CHURCH STREET.
BY MAKING A SMALL CASH PAYMENT AND A LIKE AMOUNT EACH
WEEK OR MONTH. YOU WILL FIND US HEADQUARTERS FOR HOUSE?
IN 3 AND 5 PIECES, BEAUTIFULLY UPHOLSTERED. PRICES WITHIN
REACH OF ALL. LOT OF OOD CHAIRS TO SELECT FROM.
IN ALL THE NEWEST STYLES. IRON BEDS AND CRIBS, NEW PAT?
TERNS, LOW PRICES.
-OUR STOCK OF
SIDEBOARDS. DINING- TABLES, CHAIRS CHINA CLOSETS. HATRACKS
CHIFFONIERS. BOOKCASES. COUCHES. ETC.. ARE THE PRETTIEST WE
HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF SHOWING.
CARPETS. DRUGGETS, RUGS. ETC.. IN HUNDREDS OF PATTERNS TO
SELECT FROM. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR MAKING AND LAYING.
Sterling Silver. Sterling Silver.
JUST RECEIVED?OUR FULL LINE OF
STERLING SILVER BRIDAL PRESENTS.
Oak Chests, all sizes and combinations, from
$10 to $100, filled with Sterling Silver.
The handsomest lino of ?:>.00 pieces ever seen In Norfolk. All Stertlng Silver.
Pearl Handle Knives, all sizes, new line. Sterling Silver Oyster and Sovip Ladles
from $7.00 up.
Sterling Silver Brush, Comb and Mirror, in box, $6.00 and $7.60 per set.
HEARTS. HEARTS. HEARTS.
The largest lino In the city, from 15c. to 50c, all Sterling Silver. Gold Hearts from
NEW NETHERSOLE BRACELETS, 69c.
Wo have coneeted with us j>ermanentlr..a.flrst-cla.ss.optlclan, Dr. IT. W..Shelley,
who will have ohargchM our opttcul departrneh't. which -will bo tlrst-cla^s In ever/
partloulnr. Examination free. Dlfllcult cases solicited.
Cor. Main and Bank Streets.
AGENTS FOR IMPERIAL SILVER POLISH. FREE SAMPLE TO ALL
A? HOUSEKEEPERS WHO CALL.
Charlie Merritt has to go to war.
Yes, I know; Walter gave him a
medicine chest to take with him, and
put in it a large quantity of Ripans
Tabules. He is all the time praising
Ripans up to the skies.
^Jw^styJo^r^kH^roaUInljQr TJW atrxm rmnw ln_? F4p.: rhrton <>iU/MSjtU*Ot*?3w torn)* M ?>m?
?Mjr htm? bo k*d ot (r*c?n, t*a?ni .Mrekeepen,' nan ud tl Ht/tnMtmM4 lM<W Aon.
r*?T, Ho. v> Syroo? Stmt,
? aar?. TU* low-priori *>rt H tot
(TOt^Sutatt can ha Y?d b* mtm?\j I