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u y Kr I Gave Up Hoping 1 would ever be better, I bad suf fered so much from sour s-tomacb, kidney troub'es, and tther ailments. Uut Hood's Kar?äpari!la was the means of savin? my life. After taking it 1 was strong and muscular, gained 14 lbs. 1 UTommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to aU Avil loni; f . r l.ealth and strength." Nhiiolas hcniEiisKK. Suninurdale, 11!. Knofl'c Dillc are tasteless. iniUt. efTe-J- One "Way to Iluild a Iioatl. A ood road was needed between Florence ami the beautiful little city of Fiesole. Seeing this, the authorities of the latter place issued titles of nobil ity which were inscribed in a "book of Koid." and for which titles ood round sums were asked from three hundred dollars tip. according to the dijrnity of the title. Counts, barons and mar quises were created by scores; the road w as built and is a tine one. Kveu vanity may sometimes be turned to pxul ac count. No parental care ever falls to the lot of a sinjrle member of the insect tribe. In general, the e of an insect are destined to be hatched Ions after the parents arc dead, so that most insects are born orphans. A NOBLE LIFE SPENT FOR AND WITH SUFFER ING WOMEN. A Life's Tork Perpetuated throagn a Faithful Daughter, end Records of Priceless Take. CerrciAL to ora tiv RtAt.rss What a vast amount of misery and tufferir.g has boon prevented by the clear headed foresight of one noble woman! She had strutted, labored, and sacri ficed for the welfare of her sex. The eyes of tli2 women cf the world were upon her. As she recalled the past, and tried to penctratj the future, a smile of supreme satisfaction passed over her honest face as she remembered that her life's work would be perpetuated. The room in which she sat contained hundreds of volumes of records; and, turning to her daughter, she said, I "My daughter, this room, as you well know, contains the records of my life's work, in which far many years you have so diligently assisted me. By earnest application you have com passed my methods; and it is a happi ness to think that when I leave, the glorious work will, through you, go on. " The mission is a noble one. Do as I have done: nver permit a woman's ap peal to go unheeded. 44 These recordä tell of every case ever submitted to me; and it is my wish that the facts they contain shall in time prove a much-needed education to the women of the world." Thus did Lydia K. Pinkhara hand over to her daughter, Mrs. Charles II. Fink ham, what may be termed the salvation of her sex; and that wonderful remedy, Lydia K. I'inkhanis Vegetable Com pound, which all druggists consider as standard as Hour, goes on redeeming hundreds of woaicn from the fearful consequences of female diseases. Hie Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. OQHALD KEflHEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., ! Has discovered in one of our common' pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind cf Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never fadeJ except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles cf Boston. Send postal card for book. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a'perfect cure is war ranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like needles passing throueh them; the same with the Liver or Bowels. This is caused by th- ducts being storred, and always disappears in a week r. . . . i : . ,ii aiier taking ir. Keau uie 1am. If the Stomach is foul or bilious it wiH cause squeamish feelings at first. No chance of diet ever necessary.' Eat ine oesi you can ger, ana enougn ot ii. a a. a. ft " fa Dose, one tablespoomul.in watei at Dea- tims. Sold by all Druggists. PLUNGED TO DEATH. MOTOR CAR DASHES THROUGH A DRAW AT CLEVELAND. Si An j Persons Drowned-TrccipitatCvl lOD Fret Into the Water Mntorinan Illumes the Conductor for the Acci dent The Latter Anion- the Dead. Fifteen IJotlict Kccovered. In Cleveland, Ohio, a south-bound .! cu ttings h venue trolley cur. packed wit.i men, women Mild children, plunged through theoieu draw of the Cent nil via duct at 8 o'clock the other nilit. It slet Into fpace with the rapidity of a bullet from u gun. For one brief moment it re mained iM)ised in the uir. Then it turit"d Dver on its forward end and plunged headlong 3U0 feet down into the dsirk waters of the Cuyahoga Kiver. One wild shriek came from the interior of the car. which wns eut off as the csir trink she upright piling below. There came a crash of splintering wood and shivering class and then all was still as the shut tered car, with its load of human freight, disappeared beneath ihe waters of she river. Fifteen bodies have been n cov ered and identified. The motornian. "Cap" Rogers, ami two passengers, aware of their impending fate, leaped from the ear just as it reach' td the abutment. The lest of the pas sengers and the conductor had no want ing until the ear launched out into space nnd took its awful plunge. With one xception they were either dashed todcath hy ontact with the piling or were drowned as the ear slid wff into the water. The exception was Patrick I.ooley, who in some manner extricated himself from the wreck and was picket! up by a passing lug. He was in a 4f rightful condition when rescued. His skull was fractured and he was injured internally. His aw ful experience had rendered him almost childish and he jabbered like an idiot as he was conveyed to the hospital. Clot the Signal to (Jo Ahead. Hogers, the motormau of the ear. was arrested at Iiis home. 1 4t7 Cedar avenue. And Iis held in ..".tM!0 bail to await the result of the coroner's imjt.ost. When taken into custody he s:iid: t "The conductor went ahead ami turned ihe switch, giving me ihe signal to come ahead. I supposed that everything was nil right and did not notice that the draw was open. I suppose I was deceived by the fact that the electric lights in the rear ear did not go out when we passed j the cut-off in, the current. When I dis covered that the cat es "I- 1 "T"? (r,"m to i ne uj;i my car, falling on the edge of the bridge and barely escaped rolling over. The bridge was open to allow the pass age of the tug Hen Campbell ami her tow. the lumber barge Abrain Smith, through tl draw. Danger signals were set. a?.d the gutes were down. The bridge had swung partly open when the car ap proached. There was i:o slackening of the speed until foot passengers on the bridge shouted a warning to the mot.tr tnan. Then he seemed to make some slight effort "to shut off the current, but there was no diminuition of speed. AUTHOR OF " AMERICA " DEAD. Venerable Dr. Sin.tli eif Fotou Kx p.' res in a Depot. Dr. S. F. Smith, of Newton, the venera ble author of "America," died in Koston the other afternoon from he-art failure', lie was in the e-orridor of the New F.n gland dcitot ami was awaiting the depar ture of a train when he sunk to the lloor in a Bemi-coiiscioiis mndition and only spoke a few inarticulate words sifter ward. Dr. Smith was dead when the ambulance arrived at the hospital, lie a m I.V. S. F. SMUf. had been very feeble for some lime, but was able to appear out as usual. The Fev. Samuel F. Smith. I). D.. author, poet and linguist, was lorn Oct. IM, 1S0S. at Boston. .Mass. He was grad uated from Harvard College in 1S-T. a:ttl immetliately began studying lor the min istry nt Andover Theological Seminary. fnm which institution he was graduated in IS."!!!. During his course at college he ftctpiiretl four tlifl'erent lairguaes. In lS.'tl he was ortlaintd a minister in the Faptist Church. IIb? publLshetl volum s have been many ami his articles for stand ard reviews without count. The uatiomil anthem, which inn de him famous, is by far the most popular of his productions. KIL EIGHT HUNDRED. Tcrrihtf Miitisl'ter of Christian ItiüütilniuiiM tit Kurpoot. A)nut itcrsin were iuas;icrtl bv I the Mussulmans at Karpoot and t i!it twelve buildinus b loainir to tl.e American missions were sacked ami burn ed. The missionaries,' however, escaped. ' 'Ci f.. .i:n- . . . . r ine iifn limn tue oiuei cut proviliCt: tit I Asia Minor contniuts to be grave, coii 1 firmini; beytiiul tloubt the impression : which has prevailed for a loug time past ' that the movement has now assumed J proirt.ions which have placed it beyond j the control of the Turkish authorities, j even if the latter were really desirous of ' punishing the M ussttlmans for irmssacrc ! lug Armenians. In fact, it is considered very doubtful whether the Turkish troop would fire on Mussulmans if they should be ordered to tlo so. It is now sdiown that there are S(W vic j n.ms ' " "'J' U: . I to the Amencfi tims of the Karpiot massacre, and that twelve buildings belonging im missionaries thero were sacked and burned, in spite of the iissur- . ant es of the Porte to the Cnitetl States J Ambassador, AiexanderNV. Terrell, that the ives und property oi the Americans a .a would be protected, and although it was announced that Turkish gendarmes had been detailed to guard the mission. The war 1 vi-u mi v r American missionaries, however, escaped, and are now in a place of safety. Mr. Terrell has notified the Forte that the Fnited States will hold it responsible for Ihe lives of the missionaries. This outbreak is regarded as being very significant, and as indicating that a sys tematic campaign is being directed from Yildiz Kiosk against all Christians, and not against the Armenian Christians in "particular. as has generally been be lieved to be the case-. This puts quite a different and more serious complexion upon the whole matter, and is a feature which will immediately attract the at tention of the powers, een if it has not already done so. At Sivas, ami elsewhere, the Turks have claimed that the Armenians were the aggressors, and that the former simply I fended themselves when attacked by the latter. The weakness of this pha can be judged from the factthat during the recent massacre at Sivas SH.l Arme nians were killed, and only ten Turks met death during the rioting. It is therefore safe to presume that it was a massacre pure ami simple and not an ordinary dis turbance, which resulted in such great loss of life among the Armenians. ROYAL BABY IN RUSS'A. I'riiuiM i:ern 1o the Czar's Family Her rSnuie iH Olu'u. A daughter was born to the Czar and C-ar:iia Friday. Colli mother and child are titling well. Services connected with the birth of the infant were held in ac cordance with the rites of the orthodox Creek t hur -h. The baby has bet n named Mlg.-i. The Czarina was born at Darmstadt, Hesse. . I tine I. ISTJ. She was the Prim-ess t Alix Victoria Louise F.eatrice of IIess and was m::rried 1 Czar Nicholas II. Nov. J'l. 1M4. In accordance with the laws of llussia. ami by manifesto issued by 1V.nr Nicholas on ihe Hist day of Octo ber told style). S'M, she was renamed Alexandre Fcodorovna and loceivetl the title of grand duchess ami imperial high ness. Frinct ss .Mi was the daught.r of Craud Duke Louise IV. of Hesse1, and of Alice, princess of Unat Britain ami Ire land, third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria. When Princess Alix Till. "'Z A III X A OF IM -SSI A. was but 1- years t.f age and while in at tendance at the wedding of her sister Fliz abeih she met Nicholas, tin n the dak"1, who whs in his sixteenth year. The chil dren became attached to each other, but the Czarowiiz's affection for the Friucess was diverted for soiic time". Six years later her f:ithf" made a visit to the Rus sian court, nccoiiipaiiit tl by Frincess Alix, ami ht-r presence in the Kassian capital was the means of renewing their liking for each other, but as the Frincess was Ihen an anient Lutheran. Ihe question of having to become a member of the ortho dox Creek cliun-h had to be considered. Owing to the ill health ami subsequent death of the Czar. Alexander III., the marriage of Frincess Alix ami Nicholas was hastened. Concessions, such as never before secured in embracing the orthodox faith, were obtained from the holy synod. The Frincess was not re quired to declare her former redigion to be accursed, nor that her conve-rsion was due to the conviction that the truth lies not with her own. but with the Kussian church. The holy synod was satisfied with the- simple declaration that the Frincess joined the Ureek church in tud-T to be 1 and. f tbe same religion as her hus- ARTIST G DSN'S ROMANCE. Strange Meeting with the Woman Whom He Made His Wife. Wi; Ii the marriage in Hichtnontl. Ya.. of Artist Charles Dana Jibson with Miss Irene I.anghorni', one of those romances that treein to properly belong to those stories beginning "Once upon a time a beautiful princess." etc.. came to a happy con clusion. Ten years ago (libsou persuaded the humorous pa; er. Life, to pay him $2 for a drawing. That was his start in New tiik. What Life wanted at that time was pretty girls, ami pretty girls were what Mr. Cibsim was simply -lining to tlraw. Little by little a young lady, first known :is the American girl." ami sub sn.uviitly as the "t Jibson girl." began to !; r. well-known figure in prominent weekly and monthly maga'.ints. When asktd. as he often was. who thi beauti ful unknown was. Mr. iihso:i used to laujrh and say she was a dream. Mr. Cibson used to hr'icw that his unknown beauty did not exist, but none the less. vi- I1- T. vi .It TTT IISS IKKM. I.ANOllOUNK, XW " ii I II O.N 0 t:ll;t. I yginalitiii-I.Ke, lie wtosliaif tj his own creation. Just a year ago at Ihe horse show Mr. Cihson came very mar having a para lytic stroke, for, as he was turning the corner by the !oxes he almost ran Into the living, breathing reality of his ar tistic vision. It was Miss Langhorne. a Virginia belle. An introduction followed and Mr. Jibcon. prosecuted his auit AT deutly und success ifullx. fc- Ii " TT Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. btit Report How She Ijearneel to Laugh. A society pirl, one of whose greatest attractions is a soft little musical laugh, entertained an interested jrrotip lately with an account of how that prominent charm of hers was acquired. "Very few persons have, as you all know," she said, "an agreeable laugh. I had simply nothing; that could be called such in my possession. The lack made me seem grim and too far from merry to be a st.ccessful companion. So I took lessons of an actor and learned the mechanism of forced laughter. This I practiced and improved myself till 1 had the art to perfection, and it be came second nature. It cost me J?ÖO to buy my laugh, but I would not part with it for thousands." A Hearty Welcome To returning peace by tlay ami traiKpiiility at night is extcrnled by the rheumatic pa tient who ones these blessings to llostetter's Stomach Kilters. J ont delay the use of this line anodyne for pain and purifier of the Mood un Instant beyond the point when the disease manifests itself. Kidney trou ble, dyspepsia, liver complaint, la grippe and Irregularity of the bowels are relieved and cured by liie ltittcrs. I.azy Lizards. One of the most sluggish ctvatuivs known is the tautana, a tune-inch li. nrd. whose homo is in New Zealand. This little imitation saurian has the rep utation of being the laziest creature ever created. He is usually found clinging; to rm-ks or logs and has been known to remain in one itositiou per fectly motionless for many months. How the creature manages to exist is a mystery. A nO'Cent Calendar Tree. The ptildishers of the Youth's Com panion offer to send free to every new sub scriber n handsome four-pa;:e calendar. 7x10 inches, lithographed in nine bright colors. The retail price of this calendar is öi cents. j These who subscribe at out e send inj; J $1.70. will uNo receive the paper free ev ery week from the time the subscription is received to .Ian. 1. ISIS,. Also the Thanksgiving, Christmas ami New Year's elouble numbers free, and the Companion a full year. ."II weeks, to .Ian. 1. 1S!7. Address the Youth's Compan ion, lt'O Columbus Ave.. IJostcm. Ity the rules of chivalry ull persons, male and female, old and young, in a town taken by assault, were liable to be put te eleatb. and the men and boys seldom escaped the brutality of the vic tors. I'ewaio of Oiiitm iit for Catarrh that (ontaiii -Vet cm y, as mercury will surely iWMioy the fenve of smell anl completely el'e range the wliole sytein when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Hitch articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can posslhlv derive from them. JlallV Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. .1. Cheney & Co.. Tole do. (.. contains no mercury, and Is taken inter nally, acting directly upon" the Mood and mu cous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be Mire yüu get the genuine. It U taken internally, and inade In Toletlo, Ohio, Ly F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. tSoht by Druggists, 7Sc. per bottle. The diatoms, single-celled plants of the seaweed family, arc so small that three thousand of them laid end to end scarcely sullice to cover au Inch of space on the rule'. Jay tie's Expectorant is both R pallia tive and curative in all Lung Complaints, IJronchitis, etc. It is a standard remenly for Coughs ami Colds, aud ueedi only a trial to prove its worth. Nothing is such an obstacle to prod uction of excellences as the power of producing what is good with ejiso and rapidity. Aikin. Flannel next the skin often produces a rash removable with Clenn's Sulphur "':II ill's Hair and Whisker Dye." Black or Brown. Ttllc. When one lias no design but In speak plain truth he may say a great deal ! in a very narow ceunpass. Stete. Somehow pe'oplo niio weudd have done thus and so if they hsd been there, never get there. I'iso's Remedy for Catarrh give. imme diate relief, allays inflammation, restores ftaste and smell, heals the sores aud cures the disease. To Und fault is easy; to do better may be difficult. Mr. Wm. .7. Carlton, of Elizabeth, N. J., says: 4,I consulted a physician In the country this summer whcr I was spending my vacation, about a chronic dyspepsia with which 1 have been a good deal troubled. It takes Uie form of Indigestion, the food I take not becoming assimilated. After presei ibing few me for some time, the physician told me I would have fo be treated for several months with a mihi laxative ami corrective something that would gradually bring back my normal condition without the violent action of drastic remedies. I reccutly sent to the doctor (Dr. Thomas Cope, of Nazareth. Pa.) a box of Ripans Tabules. and wivte hint what I understood the ingredi cuts to be rhubarb, ipecac, pepper mint, rüoes, mix vomica and soda. He writes back: 'I think the formula a very good one. and will no doubt just suit you.' " HI pain Tabult aro .ld by tlrugylfets t by mall It tt rief (W crnta a bot) U arut to 1 lie Mpaua t Inni cal Company, No. 10 Sp:uc Strevt, New York, bamal tUl, 10 ctnlA An Automatic Itestaurant. An automatic restaurant has just Ihh'U epoued in lierlin. where, by dropping- coins in a slot, the dishes are sent up en a tray: rolls, wine nnd collet are now served, ami more elaborate dishes are to follow. Tlu inventor is an Ital ian. A Child r.njovs The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Fi?, when In need of a laxative, anil if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results follow Its use; so that It is the best family remedy known, and every family should have a bottle on hand. We have no tight to say that the uni verse is governe-tl ly natural laws, but only that it is governed according to n a t u r a 1 I a w s. Ca r pe n t e r. The use of Hall's Hair Keaewer pro motes the growth of the hair, and restores its natural color and beauty, frees the tcalp of dandruff, tetter and all impurities. riTi.All Fitsstoirfdfre-f by Dr. Kline's Cre it Jiei-re ttn nr. No Fit afttr tirst dayV U6o. Mar velous cures. Treatise nJ fa.(0 trial bottle Ire to l it cmefi. Send to Vc. Kline, tu Areü St . Phil, Fa. Mrn. WIuhIow'h Soothing Stkcp for Children (teething; aoitens the guroM, rean es itiflüniiuaticn. bllaya pain, cures wind cciic. ' ccuts a bottle. -lj II Loss of opportunity is life's greatest loss. Think of suffering with XX fl! c?imai m& UnHbIH Years Years Years H XX When the opportunity lies in a bottle of ST. JACOBS OIL. It cures. J It Was Before the Day of SA They Used to Say "Woman's Work Is Never Done." i; Ü ffl 111 1 1 11 il i Cures Where AI! Else Falls. D2ST COUGH SYRUP. TA TKS fiODI). ffJ IV TIMR. SOT.D BY ItUOrISTS. 25CT. ! T You might just as weil f try to blow around a weather vane as to help some ii. .1. TV people uy poiiiiini; uui ine rigut wa. i Si - xx n C ipj u ii ii u Li I n n n D n 11 11 1 1 in TN There are millions of women who have seized on Pearline'3 way of washing glad to save their labor, time, clothes, and money with it. Most women don't need much urging when they fully understand all the help that comes with Pearline. fTSb "GABflfiMTUfl IM öißflDr: 5J Tm- m, OHKIliNinn 111 iuUJSUI Li mm m tliao iatt :!il in ..':t-ol ihe-u 7fA and otiirix t tiev A ana tiirrt t tiey en i. c r, ... SL appear In the fore lt. Not - matte Jomifi a han'toiae ;re.vii' " :.aV -SIli territory And Ho', for the Holiday. FrT,A Write lor terms and territory A I Onr mÄÄ' ' ' FUNK & WAGNAt-LS CO.. Publishers. 30 Lafayette Place. Ne York. hrfllltllnailiat-ll! ' " ' (lit"" Hli'il'iUji1 Uaus must have run oat o'Soap when he left you. Even the children recognize Santa Claus Soap as one oi the good of life and why not r llieir llOIIie CICUII ami iuuko iuui Kfi mother happy. Try it in your home. The N. K. Fairbank Company, CI1ICAQ0. BEST IN THE WORLD. m im i fc1- . r ,l l tot &vr&Ynuv atr nt wi rVvoarvnocc Yc yvai THE RISING SU!1 STOVE POLISH ta caVcs (or grueral blacking; o! a stove. TMH SI N PASTB POLISH fori ci.ick after - diuner atiine, applicvl and j-ol-ished with a tiuth. Sloree Iiroa., l'roi., Cautun, Mak.. U.K. A THE AFKMOTOtt CO. (Joes half th orUTt windmill buainesn, t.'i4Ue It baa reduced Iii coet cl Kind poorer to 1 .0 what It wax. It naa many brauch bouses, and supplies tu goods and repair! at four door. It can and does f jrulili a better art.cle tor less money tt.au i-tbera. It makes Pumplsg acd (tcared, Stefl, GalTantzod afur CoiDDletluti WtadmlUs, Tll'Jn an l I'ixeil Steel Towers, Steel Bua9a Frames Steel Feed Cutters aad Fo4 Grinders. On aptilctloa It will rame ont of articles that It wül furnish CBul Jsnnary in at 1 3 Uie teuat pric It also tuikM Tai-.ks and Pun:pot alt kinds. itcuA for catalugutw Factor-: I2tb. Rockwell end Flllzsre Streets, Chlctx Cutler's Car tolate of Ioäins Inlalent ana Pocket Inhaler. Will posit Vi'ly cur? CATAKKH. BRONCHITIS an4 ASTHiA. e.ive It atr'.al. Pri. $1: by mall. $110. All DruiuiM. V. Ii. vMlill Jt .. Proprie tor. t.4 Mt lilscatt St.. I'.uffaio. New oik. CURLS uT.tKc ALL tLSit tA.LS. Best though tjrup. TaatesUocd. Uae In f ma Knlii hr ilmpff f ! No. 4703 rilKX WRITING Tt) ADVEUTISHRS ttlea;e tw saw tha advert UemftuA In thi Daser 5 10 15 "I Ilrmly believ that Tiso's? Cur kept me from having quick Consumption." Mr. II. D. DAUMN'O, Ueaver Meadow, X. Y., Juuj IS, 1SD5 won t see it. liven n you nrove to them that it's the easiest way, and the safest, ntul chennest. thtiV won't walk it. But this isn't so with all. Its only a few, comparatively. VVe're not complaining. I A U Ef k C. N. t'. UL W I'i'll 1 Hi -Jim A NEW B0ÖX BY JOStAH ALLEN'S WIFE. Agents Wanted 0vti;oÄS.ioni Agents Vanted !h- Hint is ;iah AUcu'h Wile litis IJc-n to Europe. Jaaltth ont aloiiir. and Uaroa ('. df t;riinni. trie famotin i tl.st an.l carlcaturUt. fol Iowt' iticiii Tln-v went to Kt plaml. Ir-lan.l. St-iilin(t. and a.fi: also 1 l rxtu-f t. riMnv. etc I If n-Mt!tarr tliar f tiavi nw Jn rrcM Smin.n- Vrt'a:eM ct all tici 1imi1. tfllln? the atruiige tnl av't'l u ts iln v h!so isltei the PiiKe of Vrragua. Kulalle, lt:i t'i t i t r " 1,1 ' v.i int iiii:f!ii!iiiis of the PM iit of the olr b!1 of whlib ft:tl ! t nt the WorhlV Kalr In Chleatio. Karon dr Grlmtq 'til hooü. i?n ii$ rotunu liuerem. urpwi n I WsZ .v.. ; n I.hihap. ' S..I1Ü.1 nl.l OMIPÜV. VPI1IV Oils hops in Fwrrpaa nor, r"' soittiil phlloMtphy. verily this hook III ueep only At tjf n-ai.liit HnrüHi.t.ernian. r rencn.anu ninrr iui areeajrer torend it. A . i:.tiv copies will fureiy t.e ui as were oi an riuima. tha's other titwiks c'ti;hi:irl more tiiar. halt n tullllon. ldon ttaltl A bout 500 In l ue uBrni know what this announce.en t Ä - Y. ii Ml B.i r. Nr 99 a-? i lW f- a. 1 V mm tilings ru $ j it Keeps pi c. ft a; p 1.. i mi v A Jd W i im 'ir i 1 .1 - '