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THE BARKE DAILY TIMES, ISAiiliK, VT., THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1920.
SPRINGTIME This time of year means House Cleaning for everyone. Worn out things have to be replaced or re paired, and new things, that the . past six months have shown the need of, have to be obtained. Wc, Also, Are Doing Our House Cleaning Painters are painting the walls and ceiling of our showrooms. Thi is an inconvenience for us, as well as our trade, but amounts to very little when compared to the effect for bet ter lighting our stock. IT MEANS THAT WE ARE ALWAYS TRY ING TO DO THINGS WHICH WILL BENE FIT, EITHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, OUR CUSTOMERS. You will need some new Wall Pa pers, perhaps j or Linoleum ; or Rug Border; or a Congoleum Rug. We have all of these and many others. Come in, just to see how we have done our House Cleaning. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICB City rati nmi at horee-driven ambulance; distance call, at rvasonabl terms- ADVERTISES FOUR SONS For Adoption Because Widow Cannot Support Them. Columbus, O., April 1. Unable to pro vide for them because of advancing living costs, Mrs. Katelle Tilliman, a vidow and mother of 11 children, lias advertised four sons, aged 12, 10, 7 and (i. "for adoution." Mrs. Tilliman's onlv demand is that the boys have good homes. The woman's "husband was killed a vear ago while felling a tree. Other children in the family have en tered the homes of brothers and sisters who are married. The mother proposes to support two of her children,' one a year old, and herself. IN POWER OF EXTREMISTS Are Most of the Towns in the Ruhr District. Amsterdam, April 1. Most of the towns in the Ruhr district are in the power of the extremists, who are forc ing the workers to leave their jobs and join the red army, according to the Dutch press. The burgomaster and the leaders of the majority Socialists and center par ties at Duisburg have notified the gov ernment that the condition of the town is so bad there is no hope of the police preventing plundering and other out rages by the mob, dispatches state. Only governmental action can save the town, it is declared. The Miracle of Milk Drink Your Way to Health By drinking from that font from which issues the white waters of youth, health and strength . MILK Dr. Harry B. Galatian,, an eminent authority on the subject, tells us that the liberal drinking of milk, will keep anyone well, give renewed energy, greater resistance to disease, a cleaner complexion and a better feeling of bodily comfort, than any spring tonic or blood purifier ever compounded. Oov. Frank O. Low den of IllinoU pays this beautifully expressed tribute ta the cow: The cow is a most wonderful laboratory. She takes the grasses of the pasture and the roughage of the field, and converts them into the most perfect food for man. In that food there is a mysterious some thing which scientists have found essential to the highest health of the human race and which can be found nowhere else. Men have sought for centuries the fabled fountain of youth; the nearest approach to that fountain which has yet been discovered is the udder of the cow." Don't wait until you are ordered to a sanatorium or a preventorium to learn that you must consume a liberal quantity of milk. Dun't wait until the physician orders milk. Use it now. If you don't like it, you ran learn to like it, and you will soon be convinced of the MIRACLE OF MILK Barre Milk is the best milk, the -milk of healthy cows. FMESM FISH HALIBUT SALMON HADDOCK FINNAN HADDIES SMELTS HERRING COD CLAMS OYSTERS TALK OF THE TOWN Maccabees' baxaar, April 13, Carroll's orchestra. adv. See IX J. Morse's line of coats and suits at Montpelier. -adv. Auction Bale at City Auction Market Saturday, See adv. adv. Dance in llowland hall Saturday night; -Landi's orchestra. adv. A good assortment ot spring hats at Mrs. Shallow's, t Forsythe place. adv. There will be no meeting for the girl scouts of the Methodist church this week. Highest prices paid for rags, maga zines, rubbers, .etc. Thone 71U-R. Abram Fine. Miss Barbara Dingwall has gone to Averill Park, N. Y., to vWt her sister, Florence Dingwall. The directors of the Barre Woman's club will meet in Aldrich hall Friday, April 2, at 7:30 p. m. Come to the ladies' guild dance Wednesday, April 7, Howland hall. Good time assured. ' Landi's orchestra. Dancing 8 to 1. adv. Wilfred Camire, a student of . Boston university, arrived, in the city last evening to spend the Easter vacatiou at his home on east hill. The quarterly meeting of the ladies' hospital aid will be held to-morrow (Friday) evening , at 7 o'clock iij the hospital dining room. Mrs. Agnes Walker and daughter, Lillian, of Grant avenue, who have been visiting relatives in Montreal for the past two weeks, returned yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, called here last week by the death of Mr. Nelson's father, John H. Nelson, have returned to their home in Philadelphia, Pa. Still a good selection of Easter hats. Must be closed out this week at fur ther reduced prices. Will be open even ings only. Mrs. Birnie, 4 Laurel street. Women who have seen the suits at the Union Dry Goods Co. are not only buying for themselves but are recom mending this store to their friend. -adv. The Presbyterian choir girls will meet at the home of Mrs. J. Lainjr, 109 Washington street, Friday evening at 7 oelock. Let there be a full attend ance. Remember the service of Holy week to-night at the Methodist vestry at 7:30. Rev. W. McN. Kittrcdge will speak from the theme, "Glorying in the Cross." Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jamieson of Summer street left Tuesday night for South Dakota, intent on making that part of the country their future dwell ing place. Throw awav your crutches, use Rheuma, and walk without rheumatic pains and stiffness, says E. A. Drown, local agent for this great rheumatism remedv. Adv. The concert to be given at the Mac cabees' bazaar will represent some of the best local talent. It will provide a pleasing entertainment for young and old. Watch for the program. adv. Miss Olive Burgess, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Riley Burgess of Washington street, arrived at her home last even ing to pass a two weeks' vacation from the Mount Ida gchooj at Newton, Mass. Theron Morse, Laurence Kent, Low ell Drown, Robert aud Peter Barclay and Earl Lane were among the number of young Barre men to return to their homes in this city yesterday atternoon from Norwich university. Robert Rock, now employed as a salesman for the Vermont Confection ery Co. and who has been stopping with his family while working in this terri tory, left for Burlington tfa morning, accompanied by his wife and child. C. Bottura, who arrived during the early part of the week from San Diego. Cel., to pans a few days with Barre acquaintances before leaving America, starts for New York to-day and from there sails to Italy, beginning his At lantic journey Saturday morning. Clerks of the local stores, especially those of dry goods and men's furnish ing shops, find a large number of pa trons to cater to during this week, pre ceding Easter Sunday. This business rush is augmented somewhat bv the steady increase of rural customers, who now find roads communicating with Barre .fairlv passable and improving each day with the wind and sun. The item concerning the K. of ('. tournament in yesterday's paper was incorrect inrffar as the place of the banquet was concerned. The commit teemen state that should Harre lose the series the Montpelier eligiblcs to the supper will be invited to Bnrre and the banquet served in the local rooms.' The local men still teel that there is a possibility of victory even though they are handicapped by a lead of live points for the last meet of the scries. Jimmy Kelly, as he will be remem bered by students of Goddard seminary and followers of the school baseball team last year, has been picked as promising material for the pitching staff of Hosloa college by Dr. White, the baseball rwh of that institution. Kelly is among the number of new men at the college who have dethroned some of the veterans and is named by Dr. White as one of the varsity regulars. He pins lots of hoe on the little right hander and experts that he will come through every time be is called upon, being the only right-hand man on the pitching staff', two others, Fitrpa.trik and Mullowncy, being southpaws. TALK OF THE TOW'N Maccabees' bazaar, April 13, Carroll's orchestra. adv. For real hose values, try the "Foot Rest" at Morse's, Montpelier. adv. Let's go to the Union Dry Goods Store for suits. This is heard often these days. adv. , Mrs. Gertrude Knapp of 6 West street went to Burlington this morning o pass a few days. Easter ball, Howland hall, Monday night, April 5. Concert 8 to 0, dancing 1) to 1. Landi's orchestra. adv VINCITIA WON TROPHY. Defeated Apollo Club Last Night and Made Total Margin of 15 Points. The concluding match in the Vin-citia-Apollo club series for the winter was held last niirht at the rooms of Apollo club in Montpelier, resulting in a victory for Vincitia and the posses- j sion of the silver trophy because of the margin of 15 points. Prior to last night Vincitia was 11 points ahead on' the season's score, and four more points were added last night, being won in the whist tournament, as tho pool and bil- George Thayer of 0 Clark street left Hard matches rcsulted'in ties. During is morning for Norwich, Conn., where , the games a . buffet lunch was served. the scores were as follows: th he plans to spend an indefinite vaca tion. Do not miss the ladies' guild dance the first Wednesday after Easter, How land hall. Landi's orchestra. Dancing 8 to 1. adv. John Jellymnn of King street, Who for the past two weeks has bec se riously ill, is fast regaining his health, being-able to leave his bed yesterday. The last baiaar of the season will be held under the auspices 6t the Ladies of the Maccabees in Howland hall April 13. Music will be furnished by Car roll's orchestra. adv. Mrs. William Innes, who came three weeks ago to care for her sister, Mrs. Thomas Jeffrey of Currier street, re turned to her 'home in Quiney, Mass., to-day, accompanied by her little son, Frank. The newly adopted schedule of hours for barber shops will show its effects for' the first time to-morrow evening, when shops will close at 6 o'clock. This, as many know, does not mean that the shops will be closed every evening at 6 but only on the appointed evenings of each week, Wednesdays and Fridays. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Richardson, Mrs. H U. Cass and daughter of Washing ton street left this noon for Boston, $ew York City and Buffalo. They ex pect to make the trip in three weeks. The W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs, Beckley, fl Park " street, for election of officers. Please pay your dues. Bring some thing for 'the basket and be sure to come. Mrs. Raymond G. Fuller of New York Citv, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Howard of 8 Averill street, left March 31 to join her husband in .Tennessee, where he is making a recreation survey for the state child welfare commission. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller will visit friepds in Montgomery, Ala., and then go to New Orleans to attend the national confer ence of social work. Mr. Fuller is on the program of the conference. Lieut. John J. Burns, known hvre as a former first baseman of Goddard seminary ml who later performed with the varsity team of the Univer sity of Vermont, has been visiting Mr. anil Mrs. James Burns, his parents, in Burlingtqn. With him was "Tiny" Bowman of Rutland, the crack first baseman of the Burlington college last year. Burns, though he does not ad mit it, evi lently hits a silver horseshoe hidden somewhere in his big "Liberty" plane, for only a few weeks ago he escaped a serious accident while scout ing the vicinity of Oklahoma in search of games for the Post "field baseball team. On this journey he ran into a sand storm that nearly proved his un doing, as he was unable to see the cround at all and was compelled to keep his machine going until the gaso line gave out. Nothing to do but take a chance remained for the Vermont er and his mechanic and this they did, fortunately striking down onto a fairly good field' to find later that a water tower had barely been missed in the descent. To prevent th machine from overturning, the lieutenant and his mechanic were compelled to stake down the machine and .wait fur an abate ment of the storm, which came two davs later. Pool. VlMrTTTA A trvT T Ct Wilmot 75 Cate ' Davidson R8 Goodwin 75 ' Sassl 87 Sherman 75 Nut 75 Chamberlain 70; Milne 75 Otiiihunt ........ . 68 Billiards. visuiis. srvkbv, ) Davidson 75 Daly 8 Wilmot 21 I'billir 75 Willty 64 Pickard 76 JJvcndale 76 Putnam '88 Mllfle 75 Farnham 33 McKay 63 Lea lie 75 " Whist. . . Lowe and Howland, Apollo, beat Phelps and Small. 7 to 1. Cole and Arerlll, Vincitia. tied Callahan and Laird, 8 to 8. Jackson and Rogers, Vincitia, beat Brooks and Harlow. 9 to 8. t Ballard and Hutchinson. Vincitia, tied Bald win and Jones, 9 to fl. ' Sector and Clark. Vincitia, beat Kingsbury, and Turner, 12 to 9. I White and Sargent, Vincitia, beat Pitkin I and Templeton, 8 to 5. j Averill and Love. Vincitia, beat Bow en and' ShTard, 7 to 8. Johnson and Lynde, Vincitia, beatt Phillips and FarwelL 11 to 7. Curtis and Mackay, Vincitia, beat Blanchard and Wneaton, 11 to S. Vclholm and Stratum, Apollo, beat Bell and Watkina, 10 to 5. Houston and MrKay, Vincitia. bent Wallace and Dorn, 7 to 6. Brigs and Teachout. Apollo, beat WUhart and Buhop, 9 to 3. EAST MONTPELIER Earl Daniels. Frank Clark and Or lando A bare are at home from Goddard for the Faster vacation. F. P., Townsend of Barre was at his home here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelton visited at the home' of Mrs, Dolta Young, at the Center, on Saturday She is suf fering from an attack of neuritis and is under the care of-a doctor and nurse. Kdward Morris, who has worked in Fayston the pant winter, is working j for the F.. W. Bailey Co. j Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chandler were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kel- . ton at The' Pines on Sunday. j Mrs. Nellie Breen of Waterbury was j a gue.-t at the home of her daughter,' Mrs. W. A. LaPoint, Saturday and Sun- j lay- , . iliram Sparrow was a business visit- j or in Montpelier Tuesday. ! W. A. Foster, W. A. LaPoint, Henry ; Kelton, Andrew Johnson and Gerald Mason were business visitors in Barrel Tuesday. ! Owen Corrigan vas in Barre Wednes-j dar. Mr. and Mrs. Nahum Kelton are re-, joicing over the birth of a son, born j March 30. I F. B. Martin of Barre and a crew of men were working for Klmer Howland Tuesday and Wednesday. , ARE WE CLEAR OF JUDAS' SLNS? Goddard's Student Rank List. The ranking list of student at God dard seminary for the winter term has been given out, and according to the custom of the school 'the names of the ten students ranking highest in U eanh course are puttiisiiea. it win pron ably be of more interest to learn that mule of these students ranked below 00 for the term's work, the lowest be ing 00.8. Academic course lt. Lillian Avery. Fast Barre; 21, Doris Morrison, Gran iteville; 3d, fcrth Porch. WrllnYet, Mass.: 4th, F.velyn Davis. Wes Fair lee; 5th, Vera Owen, South Barre; rtth, Barbel Onler, Barre: 7th, Flora Car penter, Cabot j 8th, Mildred McKemie, Barre; th, Clara Carpenter, Cabot; 10th, Milton Leonard, Ivory ton. Conn. Commercial course 1st, Joseph Iar ling, Chelsra; 2d, Beatrice Knapp, Barre: 3d, Helen Rossi, Barre; 4th, George Sole, Barre; 5th, Vera Benja min, North Montpelier; J;th, Jeralds Smith, Wells Kiver; 7;n. Waylanl Page. PlainnVM; Kth, Ivis Hood. West Topham; fllh. Mildred l.aBounty, Granitevilie; loth, Nancy Kobcrts, Fast Montpelier. Waa Question Asked by Rev. F. L. Goodspeed in Passion Week Address. The chapel of Hedding M. K. church was filled last evening when Rev. Dr. F. L. Goodspeed of the Congregational i church preached at the union service, of the Protestant churches of Barre. j Nearly every minister of the city was present, and the congregation was rep-; resentative of the several churches, j Miss Henrietta Inglis sang a solo that was much enjoyed, ur. . tjoodtpeea ' spoke on the events of Wednesday of I sssion week. His subtect Mas J lie Rockland - Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adorns Company Successors to A. P. Abbott Co. Good Service The Finishing Touches to the Easter Suit A . NEW BLOUSE The new Blouses are certainly the daintiest .creations ever made up to fascinate the fem inine eye. Irresistible combinations of color, beading and embroidery. n ill ii i ' tj " rate Materials Georgette Crepe v Irresistible for best wear. Voile Popular and dependable. Batiste Fine and good wearing. Crepe de Chine For heavier Waists. Organdie For crispness. M odels ROUND NECK COLLARLESS lace-trimmed embroidered 'tailored Blouses daintily embroidered with Chenille, Wool, Beads and Braids, in pat terns that set off these Blouses as distinctive. Color combinations that at tract. DAINTY SMOCKS OF FINE VOILE IN HAND-EMBROIDERED, DAINTY, RUFFLED MODELS What Will Complete the Easter Outfit ? A New Silk Petticoat, Heatherbloom top skirt with Silk Ruffle $4.75 to $12.50 All-Silk Skirts in beautiful models 1 $4.75 to $12.50 Jersey Silk Skirts, attractive colorings $5.98 to $12.50 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. MONEY DISAPPEARS. ,1'liarai ttT of Judas," wliotn lie termed j "tli mysterious failure," and lie I naitl that Judas met Jeeu (liriat face, !t,i fni-i' mtl like anv mall who nicctV IJi'Mis he miM need 1 either a better, nouneed to-day nr a i,re man lnTefter. .)u, In was '"ill bw retained the victim of ln n cupidity and ,arioe, seeking gold and popularity. JJuilii caw hi mistake, but repented tio late. The speaker "aid he believed 'that if even at that late date Jmlao I had asked fnrcivenc-x of Jesus he would have found it. but hi soul must Twenty Million Maiks Were Being Taken from Berli to Eaaen. Berlin, April 1. Twenty million marks being taken from this city to h'.tscn have mysteriously disappeared, according to reports current in this city to-day. To Keep Jap Troops in Siberia. Honolulu, April 1 (By the Associ ated Press I. General Baron V. I'ehara, chief of the military general t-tan, an- that "Japanese force in Liberia far protec tion of the life and property of Japa- I noe subjects as well as for the rea- on of naiional defense," according toi a cable from Tokio to the Japanese ! newspaper Hochi here. This announce ment is taken to mean a ohanpe in the withdrawal policy outlined by premier The present II. C. L. and consequent advance in wages compel us to adopt the following prices per hour for labor on and after Apri 1st SEEK KING'S SUPPORT report re- r 1 V... lf.w.ki tlia itf .tfrtniT : sins mam-1 11 "lu "'7'.'"' " Bi anti-Japanesflf iceiing among me ius- sians. j Dance in Howlnnd ball Saturday! hijjht; l.andi s orchestra. -adv. Buy a Ham for Easter Our famous Grcon Mountain Brand, which has the mild, sweet flavor, made only from pg pork, cannot fail to please you. Special Easter Dinner, will be served at Central Cafe, Pearl street, Sunday, from 12 to 2. t hicken pie. baked ham with horte radish, fric assee of veal with cream of tarUr bis euita, atewed corn, potato salad, aptde, cranberry and raisin -cream pie. not plain doughnut with maple syrup. Per plate, ) cents. adv. Card of Thank. We wi-h to express to the friends and neighbors our deep appreciation and heartfelt thanks for the many kind deed, the words of sympathy and the beautiful fl.wers; fi;lly do we think the nurse at the hospital and lr. Avery for the care tUcy ftave our husband and father. Mrs. H. X. Payne and family, Mr. and Mr. Vrml fiauthiir, Mr. and Mr. Hiro.'d .limn, Mrs. Rachel Pavne. WHOLE HAM, per lb. 3Sc HAM SLICED, per lb 43c-55c BONELESS Smoked Shoulders, 6-12 lbs, lb.. 3.V Thick Strips of BACON, 4-7 lbs, per lb 3c STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, per dozen 53c Fre.vh-Made PEANUT BUTTER per lb. ... 35c 1 1 t II v : k i T 1 1 T I ! Toward Increasing Salaries of Teachers In Spain. ' Madrid, April 1 Kinff Alfonso to day, received deputation from the National Association of School Teach ers, which presented a petition a-kine his support for a bill increasing teach ers' wanes which i now discussed in the Cortr. The kinjr promised to do everythiiin hi power. The school teachers recently hinted they would strike if their demand were not granted. INFLUENZA starts with a Cold JAPANESE EMPER08 ILL. Is Said to Be Sufferinf from Sciatica, with Symptoms of Glucosnria. Honolulu, April 1. Kmperor Yiv-hi-hito of Janan is ill at hi. winter vi !a in llavama. near Yokabama, accord ing to'a tekii cable to the Xippti Jiji, Japanese lan'.'iiaee nem -paper here. An ofticiaJ bulletin issued bv the court phvsician, said he i suffering fr-m sci'atica, with symptom of plucoMir.a. , ....i.., , l'u- fin.lin.r nn .t ! Hra the cable eail. . n. a nL.'.i'if m-a ..f tiii. tvt According to Siberian are clear and'clcan of tin- sins mani fested by Judas., Are we telling Jcsu dsy by day for jfuld, for popularity, or some " other material ,Tnin, hapglintf with the devil instead of smitinff him in the face? The speaker drev as lcg- , t .t.. . . . i . . , r.,, .. f 1 1 1 , 1 ii j SOU IIIMM llir i .it:"nn-i . t.'.i .- x- I. ...... !1 ' ! inc ioiowinj: iiinn i-im i- .... at once, the development is a pradualj. proccs; 2d, truth unimproved bvcom-sj a snvcr of death, instead of life: !od'( law is that we must ue or lose; 3d. wej miibt remember thv difference of re- pentance unto life by Peter and that jmto death by Jtida; -h, beware of j avai ice, which would trample on all j rights; .th. we mu-t !e master of ourj work and not let it master us; Judas i .. . 1. . ......... I , .. n anl li tMrmif.l , it. I ir u m- .(. ..- t ted it to become his nitcr. Dr. (iood speed besought his hearer not to be (Tiilty of that preat condemnation of following Christ and carry injr their ( sin alonjj with them, since Uod love. the unfortunate one anil is willing to save. To -niirht the sermon will be by Kev.i William McN. Kittrwliro of the Pre, bvterian thiirch. and the servicr will I held at the Heddinjr M. K. church ( to night and to morrow nigin mi i 1 man with transportation $1.20 2 men with transportation . . . 1.10 1 man without transportation 1.00 1 man in shop 1.00 i V X. luniUt i Vv" X. V opiai (4 i The N. D. PhelpS CO. Inc. Phone 29 .Barre, Vt. Kill tho Cold. At th. nez tak . HILL'S CASCARAbMUININI 4 cold rtnwdjr for J rtsn tablet lorro (. sur, brnks up a cold la 14 clirrra crip in a am. if it fails. Th a back geautn bos ns KM with Mr. Mill s pictur. At AttDrm Stunt Special ccncluve f St. A1- . i v . .1 . Y -I i r i- 1 . . . yiij n. i iiiu mv " orimt. Tmj .c ar- fTrr. Per ord'r K. (". a O-jrrra to the Ito'e "f Pv S. i.ta til be p.'r- rd from Arr.i 1 to .April ' I J i 1 "" 1 Coughs and Colds Mean Restless Nights jf-y. o S tuck sap . 1, C lncr klso1 Ji i tonm. AUMt if? (.miss li.l A, V tuxkll bck to hcsitk j. f. j I and vtrrct S ..4 I "fict the idea and all else follows" USE Barber's Placenta or Afterbirth Remover v Never fails Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 60c, at your dealer's or by mail The Barber Medicine Company Wood Block, Harre, Vt Fish for Easter Week FANCY SHAD WITH ROES, per lb. .'Oc 60c and 63c 65c 25c 35c 15c 23c FRESH LOBSTERS are cheaper, lb SCALLOIS. delicious eating, per pint MACKEREL. Vt to 2 lbs., per lb CHICKEN HALIBUT, per lb. . . .' HADD OR COD. whole fish, all dressed, lb. HADDOCK OR COD, Boned, per lb HERRINGS, each 10c KIPPERS, each ROES, per lb FLOUNDERS, per lb. SOLE, per lb HADDIES, per !b. ... CLAMS. Der Dint CLAMS IX SHELL 2 quarts for 25c OYSTERS, per pint 40c; per dozen, 30c These prices until Saturday at 9:30 p. m. 10c 25c 15c 15c 15c 30c Hot Cross Buns Friday, April 2, Good Friday, is Hot Cross Bun day. We shall have Hot Buns ready as soon as the store opens, and more throuch the day. If you tele phone your order, we will save them for you. Per dozen, 20c. The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. The F. D. Ladd Company - dT trmit-: at 7:9" U ."1. i;t.alry 4-r A rjr a;--sdaitc i d.r4. I tr X". G. airtu niiT ii - i- i- k j.ni .n.y iy