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THE ItAJinE DA ITj Y TOrES, HAHIIK, VT., THURSDAY, rECF,MIlF.n 17, 1011.
r r FACE A SIGHT FROM' PIMPLES MME.DETHEBES SEES PEACE Itched and Burned. Sometimes Could Not Sleep, Cuticura Soap and Ointment healed. Shofflold, Mass.- "Mjr faco befran to break out with llttlo red pimple then tlicy tumod to aoroa and ltelied tuid bur nod nearly all the tlmo. Tlaojr caruo to a head and when I aeratcUod turned to large 1 aoro pluooa. My faro waa a torrlblo light. Bumetlmoa I could not go to alnep. "I had tried all klueia of olntrnonta but without suc i cons. Then I used Cuticura Boap and hot wator to batho my face and applied Cuticura Ointment wuon I went to bod. It caused relluf very soon and In a short tlmo my face was entirely i4 clear. Cuticura Soap and Ointment cured mo." (Signed) ML Lottie Hub'glns, Jan. &l, 1914. ECZEMA ITCHED AND BURNED P. O. Box 234, So. Paris, Mo. "My eczema bogan on my arms and body. It finally spread to most all parta of the body. It appeared In small pimples which Itched and burnod. I would wake up In the nlht and scratch. Someone told me of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. After using two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and the Cuticura Soap I was well." (Signed) Miss Faunio E. McKoen, Apr. 4, 1014. Samples Free by Mail Although Cuticura Soap (25c.) and Cuti cura Ointment (50c.) are sold by druggists and dealers throughout the world, a lileral sample of each with 32-p. Skin Book will be sent free upon request. Address post card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." Paris Seercss Says War Will Come to an End Soon NO MORE RACE SUICIDE Women Will Be Less Friv olous in 1915, She Asserts THOUSANDS GIVEN SHELTER. Municipal Lodginghouse and Other Places in New York Help Homeless. New York, Dec. 17. A penetrating west wind that drove the mercury dow. to 10 decrees early yesterday Bent thous nnds of homeless and unemployed men to the municipal loik'ini'houHe and shelters maintained bv charity organizations Kuril of the l.IMM) men who applied for shelter at the municipal loilcinuhouse Tuesday night was listed in one of three croups, to which his answers to ones tions put bv the record clerk indicated that he belonged. The men of the "hab itual loafer" class were given no encour airenieiit, and the "strangers here for the winter" were mired to return to their homes. New York workmen out of em ploymetit, however, were told tliat bed would always be provided for them until there are opportunities tor work. TURKS MASSACRE GREEKS. Outbreak in Asia Minor Leads to Pillage and Outrage. Athens, Dee. 17. Turkish troops at Aivali, in Asia Minor, in an outbreak di rected against the (ireek population of the city, killed four persons. The houses of Creeks were entered and pillaged and stores wrecked and burned. Many women and girls were attacked ud outraged. Paris, Dec. 17. A year more full of good than of disaster and marked by end of the war is Mine, de Thebes' pre diction for 11)15. Paris' famous seeress yesterday made public . lier prophecies for the year to come, the following are the events which this woman; who claims to have foretold tlie Cnillaux trial, the assassina tion of Archduke Ferdinand and the Eu ropean war, predicts will mark H-J-j: 'Before the sun runs its third course in 1UI5, siie savs, "blood will case to ow. 1 lie result" ot the war will he ti tanic. Through dilliciilt arrangement the result, will be very different from what France expects, though for the others the equivalent will be realized. Surprise will succeed surprise. France will have to listen to two sorts of men. She must know how to choose. If she listens to her generous traditions then only will she become the pacilie queen of the earth. If not well, 1 must not say more. She must watch, however, for at the moment of peace negotiations destiny is watching. In Paris there w ill be feverish emo tion and delirium. There will be tri umphal arches. What power can save us troin violent conMict us a result ot misunderstanding if dry-hearted men fail to listen to the country s aspirations nd her rights acquired by those who spilled their blood in lier defence? Who is that man whose sword will be broken?' Who is that woman whom veiigenance pursues and who will die nisemblv and not alone? "Summer and autumn will be such as tbe history of Paris has never known. About this time a scourge menaces us. but prudence probably will win, Paris setting the example in the struggle. Paris will lead a crusade to extend the race. Women will be less frivolous and will pay more attention to their homes. A singular fate awaits a man origi- ' I.- .. " " ' ''" " j Topics of the Home and Household. Resinol clears away pimples PIMPLES and blackheads disappear, unsightly complexions become clean, clear, and velvety, and hair health and beauty are promoted by the regular use of Resinol Soap and an occasional appli cation of Resinol Ointment. Sold by all druggists; prescribed by physicians. Kit" .?.' li'l-P'Tt.-KiMflt ' r. ilftMa' RURAL SCHOOLS AND HOOKWORM. Disease Said to be Responsible for Much Backwardness. That hookworm disease is responsible lor link of progress in many country schools; that it can be eradicated, and that the rural schools are now taking the lead in the movement to destroy this and other handicaps to good health, arc some of the conclusions of a bulle tin bv Dr. John A. Ferrell on "Hural School and Hookworm Disease," just is sued for free distribution by the Tinted States bureau of education. Hookworm disease is one of the most prevalent, most insidiously harmful,, and most completely preventable diseases known to man," declares Dr. Ferrell. "It causes human sullcrmg , and economic waste altogeth'-i out of proportion its apparent death rate. Many What Rsd Cross Seals Do. Kvery Kcd Cross Christmas Seal that is sold is a real bullet in the fight against tuberculosis. Thtse seals last year helped to aupairt thousands ot needy tnlMrculoaia patients and to give them a chance for life. They provided for many initing in raes, whose hun dreds of thousands of visits brought in- to ills that have been attributed to mental and mor al weakness of whole bodies of people ire now definitely known to be due to this infection, and curable with its cure. Its eradication is one of the most im portant and pressing problems before the people of the southern half of the I'nited States and other scniitropical lands. "In combating hookworm disease it has been found that the rural school is the greatest medium for the spread of the infection and the most important protective agency against it. In some schools investigated the infection has la-en found to be 1 x per cent the teach- r and every pupil a victim of the di sease. Kecords ot the international Health commission show an average in jection among rural children o! school age for whole counties running as high as "0 to 80 per cent., while in some sec tions of Virginia, Kentucky, North Caro lina. Tennessee, Arkansas, and other fates t lie disease is less widespread, with 10 per cent, or less of the school population infected with hookworm. The general average for all the children ex amined is -In p.T cent, of t fie infection. "It is through the rural school, whence the infection comes, that the remedy must ,il-o mine. The measures neces sary for permanent control of bookworm liscwe are health supervision, health in struction, and pelted sanitation. The rural school can aid in health supervis ion; it can supplement and ilrite home health in-trui t ion, and above all it can Soak ink stains in sour milk; and so lution of chloride of lime, To remove white spots from furniture, rub lirst with oil, then with slightly di luted alcohol. To remove pitch, grease and tar stains soak in turpentine. Scrape oil carefully with a knife all the loose surface dirt; sponge clean with turpentine. Dissolve one handful of salt in a pint of vinegar and wash the stove with the solution. Wipe dry with a Ilannel cloth and put R few drops of turpentine in the blacking with which you finish it oir. This will put a rusty stove in good con The following is a simple, but effective method for removing the grime which plaster statues, etc., gather in the atmos phere of cities. A thick solution of tarch, such as laundresses use, is made anil the object is covered with it. care being taken to have it penetrate every crevice. 1 he starch paste is then allow- 1 to dry, whereupon it crumbles away, carrying with it the dirt ot the surface of the plaster. . It Pays To Buy Good Spring and Mat tress. There ure two tilings it is unwise to economize on. and they are the spring and the mattress, says the Philadelphia! rress. Jt is much better to spend less money on the bedstead and eliminate some of the elalHU'ate knobs anil filigree orna incuts and put money into a box spring neu and mattresses. Do not forget either to have the mat tress made in two or three sections, if it is a double bed, as this will neatly help the one who has the beds to can: for. Also it is very easy to have the store place handles of upholstery braid on each side of the mattress so thnt it can be grasped and turned more easily. Russell's BIhQPPINGDAS BEFORE CHRI5TMAS Ser vice Th9 esJUL Store Our Motto If we please you, tell others; if not, tell US. We try to please all. fruition and cheer to numerous pa tienta. They helped maintain dispenssr ii in core of cities, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, where thousands of eon anniptite patinni received free treat ment, aid and advie. They provided the means to purehaafl millions of copies of circular, pamphlets snd other litera ture with which the public liaa tai-ii edu cated alawit t wlwrruliisis. They have es tablished nd helped to maintain more than U0 open-air ach'ada for eluljnn )n ri"ed oj-fn air treatment. These sre Jusf a few of the oil in which the M.Vt.ooO ree, ited la-t yi-ur was ripended. Tln year a million dollar is nwded. Surely any mie ean b lp by buying st Ieat ten aesU. nation. The life lin- scarcely t,,,i. l,i the ln-art line. hn h lim-hes in a fo.k tear flic lunar mount. lie has an lint hink ihle invtitive min i and great tanitv. but is easily rained away by aetitiiii'-nial rcte'iis, "He luck line i. eoo', the - rt.lin i reai hnig t ,e w ) sVt to the anrnil.irv. atii tl'r- ot deulv brnkir off fstni i cr-- of trs. denMing 'be forfnp .f the 1--nowri. d mn in !nti-,i oi.l. i. - t t!l - I' i en n in fal'm" 1 in- lead line f !.hi e.ii.uly i.J.hi.iv w'lire if tmiehea t" lilt Ll'iic. I v nothing of tl-e !' from ') m iii t of !oe;! ml cthi. only t't 'he eoi.'rm re-. !rt to the man. 1 Sr t e-piia'h flio5 featir- ef ,. (ail sre (' ' i.4.n be-k bur aM tlie U-a i 1 , 'm i ... A v .4., . . :i... e.. i . Utenwnt is sinnre the proof h,,.' ,B , convincing': ' ! ug,t cm t i ,..c. t-. Mr. Hatt i 1". I):k!cp, WHl"""11 r'- "" ' - : " 1 e t t e in! iin c ,- e i , ;. I . !. nally from central France. He will be caught in an extraordinary imbroglio at the moment of peace negotiations. I lie kaisers rule will soon be ended. He dies soon or else disappears, tier- many will ceaso to exist m her present form. I see one (icrmany tearing itseir to pieces North against North, South aganwt South. There will be revolu tion fury against the junker military aristocracy, (icrmany will try to resist, in parody of France of bvgone days even unto her revolution hostages, massacres, judgments and scaffolds, all, I see anoth er (icrmany which pretends to yield, ac cepting the conditions of tile viitors and 'ainiuL' time bv multiplying intriirues and paralwiiig the attacks airainst her teach good health and clean living by b only to restart her own attacks with new itself a model of sanitation for the tones, (community. V matter how irieigctic "In either event, the Hohcnznllern are ' national or state campaign for cradi- none. I have seen the band of William ''!,,'"n "IHV ,'': matter how many the Second. I won't sav how it w la u. ease of hookworm disease are cured for I saw his riuht hand onlv. This is the the time being, unless the school and hand of volition. Ilis left hand is li.,t h'ommtitiit.v maintain a constant vigi of a fatalist withered and smaller tin n "nice in Is halt ot jaisitne measures tor the right, on an arm shorter than ms health, permanent control of hook- right arm. This weakness William has A,,n" "T "' 0,l"'r disease traiiMintted sought to conceal all his life. Ilis right ''.v soi' l,,,l,,,li"n " iniH.fsihle. hand is dry if one feels it lone. The I "H"ok worm disease, like typhoid fe- phslanx, alas., is large, indicating sangui. v,'r. le to ein l.-s disposal of human nary tastes. The little linger is imagi- ' ' rct.i. 'Mice -chools and dwellings in native. The others seem normal, but have ' ",rV litrirf are provided with sani- abnormally conclave phalanges. iMvlight ,J,r-v !'rivi"" of " ty or another hows between the lingers unless' they Wl" '"' ''f,1,' ""s',,r " hisik- are t'ghtly pressed together. Tins is worm. a sign of 'untruthfulness. His hand is "A study of the hookworm problem of a Mercurisn and Jupitcriaii type. shown not only the need for s.ini- There are countless lines on the Cheers pri's. but the need for more ade- which sre furrowed to the vtiv lip-. 1 In-!'l"se unitary iis tvi-ion by eompe- I and is unevenly sitic dated. I Here are i ;, ,,t '""'heal olbecrs. There should la numls ile-s hollows. I he enseinl,!.. m l1" every romi'mnty a capable suikt-lu-ated a short rather than .t loni; life. mfendetit of beilth. devotimj ,,s whole If 'he kaiser does not f., tncnta II v. 1 ,n r,l,,u' health woik. he will probsbly break down physically. I "I'leoui rt snd sy-tematic instruction Hie moiinta in" the bis- of t!u-' tn.j.rs j h ""- I'ul.lic m Iiimii. in the elements ot aie Uiire. shoninir a faeilit, tor as-ian- l"'r"''1" comnuinity Iiig''ie is Camphor for Colds. fine of the most efficient remedies for breaking up a cold during its earliest tage is camphor, savs a physician. W hen the eves begin to water and there is the 'ceompanving tingling of the nose and feeling of chilliness, place three drops of camphor on a lump of sugar in the mouth. Repeat this every fifteen minutes un til four or five doses have been taken. At the same time place the feet where they will bcome thoroughly warm. This will usually prove effectual in break ing up a cold, if the cold is taken at its very Isginning. For a child, but one drop should be placed upon the sugar, ami five or si doses administereiL Another method of taking the cam phor, which is sometimes preferred 'or grown people is to put a spoonful of sugar in a cup. add hot wat er and from ten to lifteen drops of cam phor. This makes what is called cam phor sling. Camphor may le prepared by placing in a tightly corked Isittle as much camphor gum as the amount of alcohol which the bottle holds will dis solve. Place some of the gum in the alcohol and add more as this is taken up. Tais makes strong, pure solution. fr it may be Isiught ready to take. Fxchange. Care of Larder. Perfumes Richard Hudnut's Roger & Gallett's Fever's Palmer's Colgate's Intense Bouquet Jeanice Godet's - Christmas Suggestions Mary Elizabeth Traveling Cases Special Case Rubber-lined Case with Wash Cloth and Colgate's Soap, 35c. Other Cases, 25c $2.50 Cigars I Kodaks Christmas Chocolates Apollo Chocolates, boxes 33c $6.00 Liggett's Chocolates, boxes 40c $2.00 In boxes of 5 Cigars 25c In boxes of 12 Cigars 50c $1.75 In boxes of 25 Cigars 90c $2.75 In boxes of 50 Cigars $1.75 $6.00 Vest Pocket Kodak $6.00 Kodaks, $6.00 $65.00 Brownies, $1 $12.00 Brownie Enlarging Cameras, $1.75 $4.00 Premos, $1.50 $35.00 Parisian Ivory Manicure Sets $1.50 $7.50 Toilet Sets $3.25 $16.50 Mirrors $2.00 $6.00 Trays 50c $2.50 Brushes, Combs, Nail Files, Buff ers, Cold Cream Boxes, Gem Boxes, Jewel Boxes. Leather Goods Collar Bags, Hand Bags, Vanity Bags, Card Cases, Bill Books, Traveling Cases, Comb and Brush Sets, Tie Cases, Handkerchief Cases, Bridge Sets, Pinochle Sets, Cribbage Boards. Stationery Symphony Lawn Cor respondence Cards, 7 tints, gold edges, 45c 65c Box Paper, 7 tints, plain and gold edged, 45c $2.25 Safety Razors Gillett Auto Strop Durham Duplex Gem Junior Ever Ready Mark Cross Ender's Thermos Bottles Pint Bottles $1.00 $2.00 Quart Bottles $2.00 $3.00 Lunch Boxes $2.25 $6.00 If. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Two registered pharmacists and two reg- g: istered assistants. You are safe when you bring your Prescriptions to us. Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy Hew Far Is Was! TopsHam? Ket So Far That the Statements of Iti Resident Cannot B Verified. Hathf r an iriterrslinfj cae has ltn dfVflojx-i in We-t Top ham. lit ir.fc i" hear by, it is worth publishing here. The! jnees-, v tor tM-nnatietit control of ni s.m... ben t i." citiritis of i omnium tv are t m 1 1 1 ! 1 1 from early r'ul.l'iooil fhe ..,,,. y for t lie fare of hea.lt li. 1 1 if v ill miiiI lit ii to f totele rtpert In-altl! siipi rn.ion an! u.itarj yrw ies in nery eoriuiiiiij.l v. " I In- r.ttiipnifc'n ii.iitit firvoVworm di sensi' is a t-n rrt urn fif f!uet ion. arel it i riL' t tlt It slionl'l l aj."il in f'e J.nM;e s, I, -.!-." It in iilunvs fssentinl that the lanler he I'laivil in the eoolest pmt of the house, preternhly witli a mirth nuvt. One often liinl that thin iiniiortH lit ix.int las lieeii overliKikeil, ainl t ti inirsj are (to Hiran'eil Unit tne sun fiiiii' it reaming in through the hifhr wiiulow. In this ri se a hlllul Mlouli Im- tlxeij fo the w III ilu. Imt in a p-nernl way it i Ix-ttcr to luive the ojieiiitifj eoveied with "aile or xi lorn f 'J .inc. Kit her eoeriinr will pliant the M'liiiis-iiin of inseits, while it hI'owk a constant MtJ''y of pine air to keep the laT'ler sweet. eeiie. to ay a hiriler riie-t he kept cpoth-s-lv i lfti ri. The Moor anil ahelen should lie "i rulioeH at least otiee n ,s-k hikI the floor wiiei1 f if jiif nt ly with a iIniiijiI i lot It, epis:ially in the aummer time,! sava a wnter tor the New ork un. A larder nhouhl new r lie aweot. a the ! .'il-t Will Mttie on the fiKi.l. All the niiereiiT I riin'sj pinre.i in a l.il.ler siioiiiii jjj(r,ri n l ave their pllee. a.ii;ei o tin-in ami itor.- whieh la- kepi III tflose pl..-ei. I !i-r- Moii!I l- a tr-Mul supply ot ilish run-', an I a i.iiislm meat pn-tiit'T with l,eli to einer the li:m-i- Joint. Storen kIioiiI-I N- uiipai kril as mmii as tiei! and washed, then put to air in the Min. The housewife should pay a d.ily visit t' the lanler, that ahe may see what store need rephnishinjr, also what things must lie used up that hae been lift from the dav liefore. She aliouhl aee that all fat ia clarified1 that the lionea are used for stm'k and that all stoek in the 'arder is relaliled. I With regard to re.oilinir uto, k. it i mi- The Hired Girl's Beau. In the IV-e niher Ann riean iiuieaine tieorpe Fiteh, the well known Illinois Lu niorist. writes an amusing piece entitled The Servant Question in lloiiielmrrf" which records the proltlenis of the lured irl in the small town. Following is an extract : "We keep out of the kitchen aiter SUpls-r, llllS. flHl stlOIII'lv pii'ssed hv I year hy re presentative Slierley at a hearing la-fore the House appropriations commit tee. that "So far as the develop- meiit of the mineral resources of tli.s ! country is concerned it ia just as impor tant to know the resources of privately owned land a of government -owned :hi!iil." Winn it i-- retneinlM-red that ill the tirst annual leioit of the treol-wical I siirvev are jspeiml nifssaee ; tta.fi spisnj e. T ;icitt assi-taiii-e running liort and any or Iirif tion to the I, is ill lie found of the cook. l-rothr IK -r. to lillstle HlOlllid and help xiu and pi-k oi.t the I they r di liveied. an I in. I Midi put a.iv in the llollsihold stores IMHV la two las- - ri L-i.ll stoi. n. DON'T SUFFER str.i-. piper pn'-r plai-e. In l ie I into inclii'liii ihi- t.itiM-, .1 jr-ssis. sii, h a flour. In n. s'luar. i t.- , ilai'y sfor-s. meat, nu!k. ii;i t.i,le. iii h thiiiir that re- 'jililf- t- l- Iselvt ill siiihII ( iis III ,t i.-s. I'olitiss aii-l apl'h are. nl eiuie. elullpir will II l-'ii.t III lslee i ila lit if The topi-i r sho'il I In- t-iie.l in a i!i' l,ir it -it ! ay 1rm Die li-i The l,itt-r shi-uh! f-e In-! np-n i-trii' iijs-ri a il. I ii en s'..i,! lv nth.: i.ul on suit 'r t'i"' (""11 fte ceil s , t.V Inll.f fl'er m- k.pt With !!.! , i T'pham, t, .ay: !. tl I f'-t HP III t-;, k m-.-ik4 it it t. I I ti .-.-r I I ran n.' -. f-" a ' a, r- ; v fr-1 l-'-i. '- i- . I ""' 1 1 t t I "i I t , ,. t t i t- , r. f. it i '- 4 t's ' A- fif '- T S. f 'I t f, 1 eek in hi r. I at tf ne ) In i n t ) at I j a -..- i t s - i 1 .-i --."i.'t in - I ai d f :- i t t ,i,e i f ?-" : a I. -.--y - -v . . i- 1 - T i i r . -si t k ? I n ; ! I j - l !- j 1 ! sw. t-.f I ,... ,f f1 Ttf ' .. S' Ol h ,; , H . t- -i tj' r t I . - r --I i I , I :- i i -i. n I ; a.. ! I : i, 1 1 I- Mustcro'e Gives Delicious Comfort WVn t'i-i sl.a-p a r,i pr ji!iv-frr t!.r Mich y nr ht when your ', I Kfn i if n w.it 'i j.t just ruS a lit tle JdL'.-"I r.KOLK r-n tiie tir:lc an 1 f-' -k. Jt !r;twi rut t! e inflanniiit'- n. - -thfi away t',,e f i.n jr vit quiii !'. ; f J.!l?Tr.FcOI.E it a tVan. ' ; f-r-r-', T--a le w -h i 1 f ifar.L f"r t' it a rr.:tir i jla'tf r and A twt 1S.' tr'i i ""- s-t tii'm fran'stv -tT-.-l V.USll T-nlJ. f r s f- Thrat, I t r.rs Mif? Sr:. . ''-"ia, ,..., ! ., C ": "iin. IVi-! -, l.hr-a. . r?-'. a.-i. l'i!j ur.4 AtS f t- j'.w V if - . p f. f" Ma 1- lit !s. i , i , , t n ' t ;n fi are r . I a-l i. ! - s'li h i -'miTl ! st-Ofl in i i ma t t k t n x.i.f i" ; o t . ..t it 1-1 tn ts. rai- n-l if a . -- r -, fi. w e-i -1 I .' s. 1 lis." nr.' I"- - t it - 1 1 n..-i it ' I a 'i ) j-s-.l II! ff s. ,.n i.l . ' , , ..: ...) iir "l'-f t" It w les-in-mu t t 1 y -' ! I t- a !! i-l-ttii) a I ' ' - p"t ri. l-if t '.. y n--. .. 1. t I t tlf .- t l.-, Ill i- a i fi-t aiv" -j- tt I ') it k. s a ri?--! i it'it - f-. U atij v . n k-sp . - i . i e.-r Director Kieu' iiro'lic-i il for thf" Ullles fial stloliL'lf iuessi',1 v , ",lr" -.. - -- "T"' nortant t nal incv iioiim ix- neaieii oiiick-: , i.,, f,,., ,,. minrriii i-rouucis nntini; a vanie oi n. -It. In aiimmer especially it ia quite eay ; lard-wurkuiK vouiiji Swidisli man is sit- l"!lars. and that the present pro- to turn Mock aour J.y heatinK it t tmu ladt upright in a atra iK'ht -la. ked i ,l,"',K,n " "'' "lie hall times that slowly. Decomposition ia , t up and the l ilHir, head against the wall di-cuss- j mi.nnt. it mu-t la- e d.-d that the d.- jl.-iuid ia spiil.-d. ,nr roman, and other ...l.ie. t. of i- !.rll.ty of the fe.lual scent , tie mt.-s- It ia a jf.Hi.1 plan to l.anir a alntr iti;fl.le.t Wlth , r,.ste expression. ' t 'nt ions ot these national resource. Is Ithe lard.r or a convenient pla.-e in the ; , ...h1i.. ,,, .... . i,riH. j i -t en pr. a t.-r t han in 1 o. which may la- noted 'ui,,,, .,il l,.,,,-,,. Then ! "H is a most ons.it al .- statement . the p, .limit..' it I. a..,,,., hesitation. ' !"m ';,r f""'h "that at no .late ,i, i . . i i has the L.neral puhlie lu-n in closer that nhe is piiiitf to .-it manic. 1 audi f- , t i .. , . . .i . ,i .touch with the I Intel Mates 1 .eiiloeical our wile or mother, a the -ae mat la-, j 1 ti 1 ,llle hi lliil'ie LiLH ii-e ill I lie imiii- lliake t il funis- ., , is hi d or iiniiiililislied reults ot its sur men. Ihe wed- , . .- . ,. . , . , , . , I, i i- .li- i-i -ei;.i i--ii- iifiiii ui iiir i-ii-.- llll.V tL, l.lM.S- III tl.M ttlllL.lt- M-I.l M HIIll , - 1 . , i 'nt time. year lat.r tin- youim 'm-'in-li Aimri i ean ritir.cn who airitin is named after j whateter niemVar ! nir lanoh i fim-t . M M. Tarlii-H. the well known jour- eonti iii.nt a. to li.al.-t. eol.t: I'.utea to the -t I "We Het.r .11 1 1 1 el V i"-e a C''-l hlli'l K"l m H'-nii Inn c. 1 hi t pa- n on to t.'-iir iiinliir. whin tint are learned, .mi oie l.a. k t-i . i-, t with ;-n.,t faith Nl'ltes. In this t-.p-v lliltt el ima-i'l ot us w in r- a man somcf ,,-to-- l-.-cori.i-s i l tore l- leaiiy knows w iat ai t s' lare. r than tte ih-lals 5.t,s lie. li -t our !! otaw ft ' " .,( .. t-.i laienrs ae-l "i! r ii'i.- lie I. ha i ! ". I ; 1 1 t 1 f I" " " " -tt I'n.-I l-t it. I t i-foo.- aic-'if'-! in t--ii iw aot-oO'-l-'h-s a t 't-e li ' rt li'i.l it a if e load nurii i f' j Rf reiver Nained. New York. 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