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li1 sustained basis tor r DEN MEDICAL . fc . I . Tim risjr "-nj: GREENVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY WORNING, JANUARY 7. J9i0 VOLUME XX hi XWKIU "T3rKlCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 '0 0 0 im. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 w 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W--. I a. 000 0000 coo 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :t. (lie fact cm lliu inlndb or our Krlends alirt Customers that DUR ING OUR GREAT QUICK BUSINESS AND PRE-INVENTORY SALE THAT EVERYTHING WILL DE REDUCED. NOTHING WILL DE HELD IN RESERVE. Wo hnvo Just rcce.ved n flnn lino of dprlng patterns In I ..una and llmhro'dcrles many of which are match patterns also Just In n new lliu or. Muslin Underwear. Sheets and 1'lllow Cases, New Parasols for Spring Now Silks and (llnghama and many othor now things that we hnvo Just received will all go In this great Sale at u ory ma-ked reduction. Wo pos'tlvcly guarantee this to ho one of the best sales Hint will he held In this city Study our Interests and let nothing keep ou away REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE. Saturday Morning, Jan uary 8, at 9 O'clock 0 0000 0000000 0d0 500 000000 000 000 0000000 0000 0 MONEY t HERE sStei it, A . MJer--WJ&'AA. iff There is a Best Time to BUY SHOES and That Time is Vo havp secured tho exclusive agency for tho famous lino of "Vjte.K OVER" SHOES for Greenville and In ortler to maku roomWi the eoinpleto Mock or "WALK OVER" SHOES which, will arrive next month fto will nt once put on sale every man's and boy'H Shoe in the hnute at cost. Kvery Shoo goes Into ' this Sale mulling resened Wo will also include In this Clearance SnV our rntlre line of . Manitattan Shirts at 25 per cent Off Paragon Trousers at 25 per::t Of Men's ond Boys' Winter Under wear at 25 per cent off. And, in fact all seabonalilo goods throughout thu'houso will b offered at prices rut so low they will sell at once. CALL EARLY WHILE THE LINE OF SIZES IS COMPLETE. p-yzszsxM 000 0000 000 000000 000 00C(5 00 ? ? Y f t ? ? t f Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v A Complete Line Of LADIES' CLOTH TOP BUTTON SHOES Jus Received ALSO A HKAI'TII-'I'L I1NK OF LADIKS' LOW CUT S1IOKS AND IH'MI'S IN PATENT AND SUEDE, WITH TWO STRAPS .irsT THE jUlIN'f, FOR. DANCINO SHOES. SPECIAL PKIfl- ON n .. liAIJIh.N AMI AM.N S I'KI I S 1 1 USSSSSSSSSSSSSk T ...r. . .. .... v.. .... .m. LADIES' AND MEN'S FEIT -- - --- - -JSlVBBBBBBBBSBSBa, iSMi 1 SHIli t "t CvrAAnivillA .iiiiiiHiiiiiiiWv. ----- HiJSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfSSSW Y Successors to BHRB EmJ v Bvi"i.BiBBlHsBlssit..J ff' 0000 0000 c& 0000 o 0 0 o 0 0 Q 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IS. 0 0 0 00 0005)0000000 0 -ffi 0 & 0 & 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SAVED 0 01 0 rtj, I 0 0 0 0 fr. 0 0 0 0 0 it J 5 Y Y Y J. , 4' X ' Y AS y ! A . , 1 . STORMS IN HUT SHIES LOUISVILLE HAS HEAVIE3T SNOW IN SIXTEEN YEARS. I Rail Traffic Is Demoralized In Sev eral Sections of the Country. Loulsvlllo, Jan. C Snow today cov ers tno gioaud iu parts of Kentucky, 'lenucsbeo and Arkansas, with traces as far Bouth as Shrovuport, La. In Kiioxvil.o a toot of snow fell, thu Heaviest in sixteen years. Street car sorv.to In luterlered with and all trains are late. Jsnshvhlo rciorted a mixture of sleot and snow. Memphis JeportB u.rfht Inches of snow. Snow In some parts of Kentucky Is a loot deep and livestock nro reported killed In Trciub.o county. At Frnnklort, ton Inches of snow fell. At Milton, Ky., on' the Ohio Ml or. a gorge broke today dnmugliig a wharf boat and other drafts. IS BELOW IN KANSAS. Lowest TemPerature In Twelve Years Wat Recorded Yesterday. Kansas City, Mo, Jan. C Ulghtcen below zero Is tho retord officially In Kansas today, tho lowest tcioperaturo in twelve years. Tho inlenso cold wavo cocred Mis souri and re.ichcd lute Oklahoma, Ar kansas and. Texas. Itallroad belied u.es are demoralized. A shortago of natutal gas lias caused suffering Iu thousands of fam'lles In Western M.s sourl, ICastern and Cential Kansas. Unprotected cattle are reported dying by the hundreds. RICHEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD Mrs. Hetty Green Said to Be Worth $100,000,000. New York, Jan. C. Mrs. Hetty Green, mistress of nearly one bundled millions, celebrating nor seventy-fourth birthday recently and at tho same time began her forty- t ftb ear as a business wouiau, dur ing which time she has sccumulated a fortune that is estimated to be tho Ingest coutro.Ied by any woman in the world. When U. II. Harrlmau died last full, loving all of his property to Mrs. ilurrlman, a report was circulated to tho effect that the widow had there ny become the r.chest woman In tno world. Airs. Harrlman's wealth iu real and peisonal property was estimated to amount to between 75,U00,U00 and JIOO.UOO.UOO. Hut thcro is reason to believe that Mr. Harrlman's five chil dren, together with his surviving sis ter and other r&atUcs, had all been substantial. y provided for In gifts out of hand and trust fuuds set aside shortly before the death of tho fi nancier. Mis. Harrlman's share, there fore Is believed not to have exceeded $50,000,000 ro CO,000,000, so that in any event it Is erroneous to credit bur w.th a fortune In excebB of that of Hetty Green, which is estimated to uo close to the (100,000,000 murk and may possibly exceed that figure. It is Interesting to noto that Aincr lea possesses not only tho richest, but probably tho three richest women In the woild. Next to Hetty Green comes Mrs. Russell Sage, with a fortune of $85,000,000 and third in line is .Mrs. Hurrlmnn. Mrs. Tredcrick Cortland I'enfleld Is credited with a fortuuo of 100,000,000. Tho four women named inherited practically tho entire estates of their husbands. Many othor American women have survived their millionaire husbands, but in few cases have tho wiuows receiveu me cmiro estates. Thus. Cornelius Vandcrtnt, Sr., left an estate, of $125,000,000, but the wi dow's portion was only 12,000,000 and a trust fund yiuld'ng $250,000 a year. Mr.. Marshall Field, whose husband's estato amounted to $200,000,000, re ceived $3,000,000 as a wedding present In lieu of dower Interest. Mrs. O. H. I' Uelmont received tho wholo of nor husband's cetato of $5,000,000, Mrs. Morr's K. Josup received n little over bulf of the $13,000,000 left by her hus band. I FIVE HUNDRED CLUB). Was Entertained Yesterday Afternosn by Mrs. Erna Kraukauer. 'the Five Hundred Club was pleas .intly oiiterialneil yesterday afternoon '. .Mih Krnr,- Kraknucr at her homo mi Norm Wesley street, with a good attendance. At ciose of the games Mrs. O. A. Pfaefflc had high score and was pro- sented with a pretty Bilk work bg with scissors and thlmbio. Refreshments were served of oyster cioquettcs, French peas, Saratoga 'hips, celery, hot biscuits, coffee and nc-nn lurta urllh ffinm I pVVHH .U.VW '... . w .. At the Lvrlc, . . .- , Two rattling good vaudovlllo nui& bors are on the Lyrlo program for I the rest of this week. They are 1,0- Y ' ry WhltJ) in an unusua'Iy good black " , faco stunt and Ed and Hazel Lucas In a rubo comedy sketch from the "Old ! Homestead." WhltO has one of the best blackface numbers ever here ' and H Includes a monologue to slow music that, la one continual scream. me micuss utoicn wsu c ' rube number with some good dancing aim an hichihk ciose. inn new u"e . is nrsi-raie witn new pictures esry day this Is a bill that Is worth seeing t ' . ' t jjb greatest taiuca nivr uuuiuu V will befpund In these new suits fori . "" 2B. 12 GX snd I . ,-. , - . NOTHING TO GIVE OUT. Antl-8aoon League He'd Executive Session In Dallas Yesterday, Dallas. Texas, ,)nn C An executive session of tho board of trustees of the Anil-Saloon Lcnguo Is liolng held to day In room No. 2 on tho fourth door nt 294 Commerco street. Hov. Arthur W. Jones Btated that there would be very little It anything to give out to the public. It was not learned If nil members of tho board woro present, but tho meeting was at least well at tended. ORLION NUQENT, WHITE, SHOT AND INSTANTLY KILLED. Man Charoed With Stealing Hogs Kills His Accuser Gilbert Tay lor Arrested. Uborty, Texas, Jan, G. Ollbert Tay lor, white, was arrested today at his home, llo tulles cast of hele, by Sher iff .Cherry chargod with shooting and killing Orllon Nugent, white, lato last night. Taylor was nccused of Btealug hogs from Nugent's farm and securing a shotgun went to Nugont's homo ami began firing Into tho house. One load tool; effect In Nugent's mouth, killing him Instantly. More arrests are expected THE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. Will Hold Its Regular Monthly Ses slon Next Tuesday. Dr. J A. Hush, soretury of tho Hunt Couuly Medical Society, has Issued the following notlco to tho members. You nro requested to attend noxt regular meeting of tho Hunt County Mcd'cal Society January 11 nt 1:30 p. in. In City Hnll, Schlrt building. Tho program Is as follows: "Post I'.irtum Heiuorihage and its Management," A. I). Moore. "Lagr'ppo, Diagnosis and Treat ment," I) V Arnold Clinics. You aro urged to attend unci pre sent a clinic If posslhl THT CITY DARBERS. Will Close ShoPs at 10 O'clock Satur day Nights, heru was a largo attendance nt thu meeting of tho barbers uf the c ty held last night v A resolution was offered that tho barbershops shall close at 10 o'clock Saturday nights in tho futuro and lift 1i- several expressed themselves In fin or of It. tho resolution was pass od by unanimous vote, and will take clfoct tomorrow night So thoso who wish a shavo must como boforo 10 o'clock hereafter. Th'a was ono or thu largest and most representative meetings of the barbura and thcro was not a dissenting opinion amongst them on the closing question. AEROPLANE FALLS. Englishman Makes Unsuccessful At tempt In France. Cannes, Franco, Jan. C. An Eng lishman named .Meal operating hn uernplnne, fell with IiIh machine fiom a height of thirty feet today. Meal was seriously Injured and the uero plano ruined. ANOTHER WARRINER CASE. Man Alleged to Have Received $200 of the Loot Is Sought. Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. C A warrant charging tho rece'pt of stolen goods was issued for 1'dgar Cooke today. The allegation Is that ho received $200 from Churlos Warrlner, former ticasuier of tho Hlg Four Itallroad Notice to the Farmers. At tho present prices of cotton J on can't afford to destroy tho unopened bolls. Wo aro putting In special ma chlnery to handle taera, Moudy & Son, dinners, dreenvl.le. Texas. All kinds of bargn'ns. Carry new furniture, w'll oxchangu for your sec ond hand goods, livery Monday and Saturday special days to farmerH, U. S C'haadlcr. Chandler Is Moving, MiK.nt his goods out of his storo Into trains, wagons, buggies and houses of thlB and other counties. Call and sen for yourself To the Farme's. Now Is thu tlmo to gather your cot ton bolls. They aio worth $1.60 to $2.50 per hundred. MOUDY & BON dinners. The greatest bargains over offered will be found In our ladles' suits, they aro all half prlco Mcllrldo, Just received by expruss largo i shipment of boys' suits, thoy will need them, all at special prices. McUrldo i F ii Head our ad about the special val ues In Shoes. We can save you money. Mcllrldo - i i . Dalam.fl of our overcoats for men are now marked at 38 1-2 per cent off. McBrlde. ... , ,Dlitl.,u and ,, carpet at cost H F- Jon, jjm1 j-te (tICet. I jUBt received, beautiful lino of ruK . and art squares K Y Jones. Olasses correctly fitted to lbs eye, 1Ic .lenses ground and ina4s while you EMBIMEIT STATIONS! THE TO RE E3TA0LISHCD DY FRISCO SYSTEM. One in Each County Traversed Roads of thu -Yoakum Lines. Foil Worth, 'lc .-mi u. U. I' Yimkuiu. head of Hit Kr.sco System arthci! heie Iu bin speclat car from Austin-this niortrng and held a twon. ty minute conforence between trains with V. T. Loudermilk, president of tho Texas' Fft'incrs' Union and U. D. Nolll, the former president of the as soc'at'on They dls-iiscd .Mr oi hum's uffer tn estniilish iiB'rlculturnl experimental station., Iu mery county traversed by tho Yonltum llnw, which Includes one fourth or the counties In tho State. Tho orter if, llkoly to be accepted. Mr Yoakum loft for St. I.ou!s tod.iy. THE HIGH PIES OF FOOD ONE OF THE StlDJECTS UP FOD INVESTIGATION. Will Oe Much Investigating; Uefore ihe Srss!o-i is Much Older. Washington, Jan. , Coming over from iostcrday, soternl resolutions to lmestgate worn before tho Soiiulo when the body met nt noon. Tim Uiirenu of Forestiy In iiivohud In a u ensure Introduced by Senator Junes, Iu Wow of charges mudo by I.. II Cl.uls itAitliiRt Secretary llalllnger and other 11 Is expected llin proposed Investi gation of the causes of high prices ot rood products will a so hnvo, consider ation In connection with n resolution by Senator Ull ns NEWS FROM CAMPBELL. Money Drawrr at the Katy Depot Robbed Wednesday Night. Cniiipholl, Texas, Jan 0. Wednes day ovuTilni; Hi" Catv depot at this pUcu waii euleied ami thu mono) IruwL opened while the stut'ou agent was nt supper A llltlo over $25 was Hilton Tho ngent locked Ihe door when ho went lo supper and Km nil it lock ed when he retu iicd, so thu thler was t,ouii person who had a key to the ofT'ce. There l no oluo vot lo the perpetr.1101 Dim Diiubai. rim of l)i nnd Mrs Dunbar, has been uppo.nted to the Naval Academy at Annenpolla and hai gone there Iu take preparntorj studies before I ho uxunf nations. Present Accounts, All accounts ng-insf Ihe (Ircouvlllo Trades Assembly wl'l be paid by thu treasurer If presented lo Auhry Dunn at W M Meiirdu's store. (let jour boy an overcoat whllp the prices aro cut half, h's sl.o may be here, i omn and see them Mcllrldo. gsizJs Preserved Cher ries. Preserved Strawberrlos, Bulk Mince Meat. Bostors Bell , BonoUiss Hor-rina- Cod Fish and Newport Mack erel. G. E. DINKLE The Pur Food Orocsr. Ueail llldg., H. SuinawaU BIriL Obi Phone I8 New Phon 441. l-H-t-H- -I-H -JW-I- -H-f-M- PEMBERTON BROTHERS ,U NORTH SIDE MARKET AND -J. GROCER1E8. Have what you want In both FRE8H MEATS AND GROCER FRESH MEAT8 AND GROCERIES. Old Phono 23. If you are not . already our customer, try us. Va ; will give you good service. .! ..j-.j-5.j-j..jj-lfjjH. THE ARONilA gaggaaa m Like our No. 4 Coffee, always glvtu one a keen ap petite. NUMBER ,1 Coffeo makes tbo wholo meal enjoyable. Try It--only 350 pound. 'Phono JJ4 ani we'll send you some si CljUayter & Son i lit V ill N JlJtR One Was Shot and Two Companions , were rrcsicq, : xew York. Jan. O.-tThreo hcnvl y nrmod men held up a private bank In I tin f1iixnruln t ainitt Inti rf llln tri a. burg today and attempted to rob It. hw ..- . . .. . . . . ... - une oi mo roouers was snot. Alter a fight with tho pol.ee the wounded man's companions wore captured with hint IT CHARLES WHIDDEN, AGED THIR TY. KILLED IN CABOOSE Victim Mak Dying Statement De claring kebel Got the Wrong Man. llrownwood, Texas, Jan. 0 Charles Whldden, aged 30, a Snutn Po fre gut conductor, was shot while ljlug In bed In his cabooso heio Inst night nml died from his lnjur.es this morning Ccll Kobe!, clork In Santa Fo Blore rooms nt Temple, surrendnred In the ofrict.rs following the shooting. Kobel reached llrownwood last night from Templo, Inqu red for Whld den and was directed to the cabooso. He knocked on the door nud when Whldden nnswoied was told that Keb;e had a noto for him As Koblu entered tho caboose Whldden struck a match and by lis light Keb'o com menced Ilrlng nt Whldden w th an automatic roolvnr, four bullets find Ing the'r innrk. Whldden waa taken lo Temple wheru he died at one o'clock today. In his dying statement Whldden de clared 1i!r ntsailnut got the wrong uin mid that lio scarcely knew him. It Is a caso of tho "unwritten law" and all parlies aro pronilnont. Whld den loin oh a wlfn and child. IClolilo Is unmarried. Ills father and friends nrr.ved hero today nnd will mnko his bond BOOKER MEETING TONIGHT. Secretary Mack of Sulphur Sprlnos Will Bo Present. ' Thero will bo a Bplendld proginm nt thu Booster Club smnkor ton'Rht. Sec reLiry F. W MacWsJPf tho Sulphur springs Club will bu at the meeting and lull what (hoy luuo done Tor our Ulster city. (IreenvlUe should havo 25,000 popu latlou and can havo It If the people pull and art together. Ho como out ton.ght nnd boost thu Iloostor Club. Give Your Boy a New Years "resent, oi a savings account or his own, thou .each 111 m how to but d a "HANK CIinntT" fsr future use. Tho amount ot the account nt the dart Is of minor Importance. Placing .llm in the way of learning practlca iiiu'ncHs mulhuds, tho value of thrift, economy and the accumu'at on of jiiiull Hums, Ik what counts. A growing bank nrcmmt Is rccog nUed by business men ns a recninmeu datloii they roailo thu (act that II makes for sobriety, conservatism and i heller, broader iltlzonsliip. Start YOU't boy right como li. NOW and open nn account for h'm. i; vu hi in thu bank book as n Now Years prosent See our i per cent saving ad In tills paper, Iu which wo glvu away $250.00. OIUJKNVIU.K NAT. KX HANK, The Largest Hank In Hunt Co -t-!-K-M'.-MK--M-C-''M' i START THE I NEW YEAR RIGHT? Of courso you wnnt to nnd j ou can not llnd any hotter Y way or starting It right and keep T It going right all the yoar than ROBBERS HAVE BAD LUCK. by buying all your Drug Storo Av X wants fiom us. Our stock la 'ffA fy very comp'cto. You can moat y always find Just what you want t if hero Our prices aro no hlghor y A than elsewhere. Wo font you 'i & nlco and we upproclnto your Y 't pntronoog Y ? i Perkins Pharmacy I f TINE CANDY HOT 80DA. -C Y -Xv'X"'i' Fish and Oysters Received Fresh Dally NW.H. Witts Market --'- OF GOOD COFFEE MK-"fr. A 4 jxrra i: In Our Great January f I? Clearance Sale This has been tho grontcsl money saving opportunity ot the year, In every department wo hnvo offerod great values, ones that cannot bo matched. You who havo attended this great snle have, wo know, found many nioro specials than woro announced, nud ns the moat of tho goods wo mo olcr'ng wcro bought nt special prices, n-nrked very low, nnd now marked at our grent cut pi Ices means a saving of almost halt la every Instance Extra Specials in Shoes Odd lots In mens' shoes, brokon situs but most all sizes in the hi In vlcl kid, patent leather, vulour, box calf, etc., hluchor lace nnd bultuns, wolt soles, shoes that any man would bo do llRhled to wenr ror tholr comfort nnd stjle. These wcro regu lar values from $3.(i0 to $0.00 now they nro 35 per cent off, which bring tliom down lo $2C3 lo $l.6n Women's handsome shoos, odd lots nnd broken lines, In tho vlcl, patent, plain kid and patent tips, blucher laco nnd but (tin, soifo Tllh eloth tops, tu n welt so'es, all slues among tho lot, regular prices were $2 lo $1, now they are $1.88 to $3. Largo lino ot Children's shoos In odd lots, broken sltos, pat ent ami vlcl kid, nines from 50c to $2.50, now they aro 3Sc to $1.88 llnlanco of our Ladles' Tnllored Suits and Wraps many ox eellent stylos, nud rich shndon nnd mntortnls, values up to $25, now you gel thorn nt uxnct'.y hull price.. Knllro lino of winter undorwenr for men, women nnd chil dren Is now placed on salo nt !G per cent discount, you will find the host nlites otor offered In this lot, nnd It Will pay you to buy now ns the winter Is yet bc'oro us. Menu' nnd Hoys' Overcoats, bnlanco of our line newest styles and most deslrnblo materials, nro all new marked tit a sav ing of 33 nnd ono third per cent I - - - : - - - - : - - - M'X - ': - - x - ofij t;oo momi oao 0 o 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 s A Few Specials For Fri day and Saturday REMNANTS AT ... . 1-2 PRICE LADIES' SUITS AT ... .1-2 PRICE DLANKET3 AND COMFORTS AT Ui PRICE O DLANKET8 AND C0MF0RT8 AT . . . 1-3 OFF OF REGULAR PRICES Dig cut on .Men's, Women nnd Chlldreus' flhnes 60c Uu'ou Hults, Cluitu-Up Male, .. J8c Me Union Hulls, UUiau-Up Knle .19c $1.00 ladles' .Merino Vast and l'nutt, ..... . ,75c 7Cc Ladles Merino Vests nnd Pants ...07c COc Ladles' lilnnchud Cotton Vests and l'unts, 38c Ulg roducllou on Men's Shirts and Underwear Prices Cut In Hvory Department 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0000 000000 0000 Hudspeth Spurlook. -x-X'W"''''X'':":-'"-j',,'h- 5! SATURDAY, IS THE DAY ore W. C.T. U. WILL OET A LIBERAL PER THAT DAY. THEY VILL SELL AT THEIR Old Phono 140 WfOVWtW.-'t&t 0-OX--frfrMrfr -M-'-' - f Old Phone 192 f. Harbuck (Si Son -,H,,w!''-r' mr. GENUINE IMPORTED ROQUEFORT CHEE8E. OENUINE IMPORTED FRENCH 8ARDINES IN OLIVE OIL, QENUINE IMPORTED FRENCH BONELESS 8ARDINE&, N OLIVE OIL. BEECH NUT HERRINQ IN OLAS3E8. n DUE TO ARRIVE A SHIPMENT OF QkNUIrjrjMWMJTBp CAMQERT CHEESE NAUD mJm iVw';v" 'jtitfXv&iM opeciis - - : - - : - - '.: - - o - - e)i oooo ooooooo tsao s o 0 O 0 & a a & o o 0 0 0 & O 0000 0000000 0000 JANUARY 8fh TO TRADE VITH s CENT OF THEIR SALES ON USUAL PRICES. Now Phone 140 X - W - - v KM New Phone 204 -Vl tiURH Jt.l.S'B - -,r' MBit' 'Wmk WmB' '39 nHi i-l vtH' 'BIN 'TAufl sl rr ' Tfc- sk.- "' ' '4sJiHiB(sfssssssssssssssssjsssisssssBsssssssssssssrvrT'-.'- Mil 'sssssslslslslslslslslslslslsBaslsaaslsssssslsWTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTB "sF "S. -t i AkH.. " - . I u.l. Tr t ll&alyM. riMl.Uk lb - Ki -. wwmw vr-w.H aessssgssssfe LxA HL laaailssssHMsMnHHssHsslsHassslsBfl