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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903.
B B B SECONDS. Twenty-five Dozen BBB Seconds now on sale for 75 cents each. Regular Price $1.50 and $2.50. This reduction has been (made with the consent of the BBB Pipe Company.) The L L. Stoddard Tobacco Co, 040 Chapel Street. YALE AWARDS HER HONORARYDEGREES J. Pierpont Morgan and Ex- U. S. Senator Spooner Among Distinguished Men Honored. The $5.00 Merry Widows at $1.98 Our We hnv a few of the pnpiilnr "Merrr Widow" STIIWV HATS left, of (lie M.Otf nnd .VO qiiiillly, In hi ink, white uud brown, which we will clone out at 1.4N anil SUM. Our mU. never uiU , lend, but don't delujr. "A word tp the wlc," etc. Semi-Annual Suit Case and Traveling Bag Sale Snlo comes twice a year, nnd tlio goods move lively. Vocal Ions are ahead- these goods uro In di-inund. During this sale you get 25 per cent, under regular prices. BIG CLASS SAYS GOOD-BYE Inipoiilng Tnrade Preceding Exorcises at Woolsey Hall -Cir cut Throng Packs Beautiful Auditorium. The Brooks-Collins Company Near Orange Street. 795 CHAPEL STREET. "NEAR the PUMP" Summer Comfort Bpend a comfortablo summer. Do not look forward to the heated term with so much dread. Underwear of modern build and fabric is the secret. The many Improvements In man ufacture will really surprise you. ; You'll be Kind to be surprised. "We especially recommend Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh." Full Assortments of . Summer Goods for Men, Hats to Hosiery. . (incorporated) OPP. THE TOWN PUMP ALASKAN POLITICS MIXED. Two Political and Social Friend Fight for Office of Dclcguto. Falrbnnks, Alaska. June 42. The po litical situation In Alaska was mnda extremely complex yesterday by the statement which Judge James Wlck crshnm Issued announcing he would be a candidate to succeed Thomas Cale as delegate to congress. The fact that Mr. Calo , and Judgo" WIckersham are warm political and so cial friends adds to the oddity of the campaign. Ronan, the democratic, and j Corson, Gov. Hoggatt's candidate, were rormer supporters of , The following distinguished per son, received honorary degrees nt Yale yesterday! Master of Arts Otto Tremont Pnnnard, William Iloacn Olmsted, John Meigs, Maegrnne Coxo, Wil liam Kent. Eoctor of Science Graham Lusk. Doctors of Letters William Vaughn Moody, Joaqtilm N'abueo, Doctors of Divinity Theodore Thornton Munger, Hugh Black. Doctors of Laws Samuel James KUler, fluoric Washington Kirch wcy, John Colt Spooner, John I'ler pont Morgan. (Men distinguished In politics, finan cial and professional life tho country over attended the commencement ex ercises of Yalo at Woolsey hall yester day, being numbered among a throng that crowded tho hall to the doors. ABlde from the members of the grad uating class who received their degrees, honorary degrees were conferred upon J. Tlerpont Morgan, cx-U. S. Senntor Spooner and other distinguished per son!. The Procession. The procession preceding the exer cises was a notable one alii tho route was through the Vanderbllt court to Chapol street, diagonally across the Green to Center church, to the corner to Unlvcrsl- Mr. Cale (Major Clum, who Inaugurated his own I of College and Elm street campaign yesterday, was also a Cale Ispuporter. In the face of all this, r.v J ports which come from the Second di vision indicate that Cale has got strength there as well as In the Tan-ana. Mate, Tho fact is that Mr. Coxe, by in heritance, experience, and attainments, Is a model diplomat. Unfortunately for our diplomatic service ho Is a demo crat, and able democratic diplomats have had, of late, only rare and brief opportunities to represent us worthily with foreign governments. Perhaps nnd ngaln, perhaps not! William Kent. This graduate of Yale In 1S87 U not satisfied with large anonymous gener osities to Individual fellow men and to this university; he must lay the Unit ed States government under obligation to him by presenting it with the Cali fornia redwood trees, as who should say, "By that standard measure my sense of indebtedness to my country." The redwood city of Chicago knows him too as a reformer who reforms and keeps reform reformed. Municipal cor ruption and machine politics cry, "We will none of him!" and he will none of them. (And his pen Is even mightier than hie sword. firnhom Lusk. After graduation from Columbia In 1887, Mr. Lusk took hie doctor's de gree at Munich, a student and ardent disciple of the great physiologist of that world-famous school, From 1SD1 ; to 1898 he was a familiar figure In our !Now Haven life as Instructor and pro jfessor of physiology In the medical de partment, Plnce then, by his writings jand teachings as a student of nutri tion, by membership and servlco In learned societies at homo and abroad I where membership confers distinction, land by hie work as professor of .physiology In the leading medical col lege of New York, he has achieved an International reputation, and won the gratitude and admiration of fel low workers for the advancement of medical education. To know that such reputation and distinction rest on studies In nutrition, "especially with referenco to different phases of carbo hydrate mctjbollsm," makes It clear that the scriptural Injunction "Take no thought for your Uvea, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink," must not be narrowly Interpreted. William Vuughn Moody. After achieving early distinction as a student, historian and critic of Eng lish literature, Mr. Moody followed a higher calling ind devoted himself to creative work In his "Masque of Judgment," "Flre-Brlnger," "Glouces ter Moore," and "Old Pourquol," he has A Few Special Uses for Loose Leaf Goods. Purchase Order Systems, Manifold Order Blanks, Salesmen's Records, Per petual Ledgers General, Sales and Creditors; Records of Checks Drawn. Record of Petty Cash Disbursements, Material and Labor Records, Combin ed Cash and Journal Leaves, Monthly JSUtement Systems, Order Blanks. . Bill and Charge Blanks, Shipping and City Delivery Receipts, Record, of In voices Payable and Distribution, Record of Cash Reclved, Bank Statement. , Bills Payable and Receivable Forms, Time and Payroll Records, Invoice Fil ing Systems. Tell as yonr wants and let us show you some way tu which you can save time and money. HIT RY nASrnALL; MAY'DIE. Eleven Year Old Torrlngion Clrl Watching Street Gome. Torrlngton, June 24. Ethel Gath, aged 11 years, Is at the point of death at her home here as the result of be ing hit In the temple at about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by a baseball thrown by one of a number of boys who were playing ball on the street. The llttlo girl wne watching the game Ir. which her small brother was play Ing. She wae unconscious all last night. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gath of New Litchfield street. ty avenue, between Fayerweather and jfilven us poetry of terrifying power West Divinity halls, and thence to tho jnnd exquisite grace. And yet, while university campus and Woolsey hall. ! never deaf to the voice of a rigorous All along the line of march reople I artistic conscience, he has not always cheered the war secretary as soon as snared above popular recognition. His they espied him, the cheers he ae- brilliant drama, "The Great Divide," knowledged In taking off his hat and , has both deserved and won the np bowlng. The big hall was parked with Iplauso of a continent. Ho never speaks John R. Rembert & Co, 262 State St. I ETsrvthlnz for the Office. . Two 'Phones TRAINS CHANGED. Trains that have heretofore left Grand Central station at 4:54, 5:45, 6:45, 10:05 a. m., 12:03, 2:53, 4:03, 4:08, 5:03, 7:10, 9:30 p. m. week days, 6:00, 7:30, a. m 5:04, 8:30 p. m. Sun days have been transferred and now leave from tho temporary terminal, corner Lexington avenue and 43d street. The trains leaving New Haven at 5:51. 6:48. 8:10. 10:30 a. m.. 12:05, 2:25, 4:35, 5:40, 9:20 p. m. week days, . 7:52 a. m., 4:33, 6:10 and 9:20 p. m j Sundays will be due to arrive at this terminal. , people. Tickets were necessary at first, but after the exercises began, tho doors were thrown open and the public ad mitted. When the degrees were awarded to ex-Senator Spooner and J. Pierpont 'Morgan, they were loudly cheered. The Exorcises. The exercises were introduced by an overture, prayer nnd the singing of a hymn, and this was followed by the presentation of the degrees. The prayer at the exercises was de livered by the Rev. James Wesley Cooper, D. D., of the Yalo corporation, and secretary of the American Mission ary association. On the rintforni. Among the distinguished guests on tho platform In addition to the officers of the university and recipients of hon orary degrees were Admiral Cowks of the United states navy. Hon. Frederick N. Judson of St. Louis, the chairman of the alumni advisory board without a mersage. In him we believe the major poet has at Inst appeared for whom we have watched and wait ed since the passing of the great Victorians, "And the nightingale thought, 'I have sung many songs. Hut never a one so gayi For he sings of what tho world will be When the years have died away.' " Jonquln Xantioo. As formative rtrailllnn statesman both under the empire and the repub lic; as protagonist In tho empire's long nnd successful struggle for the abolition of human slavery; 2is envoy extraordinary to England, special am bassador to Italy In a great arbitration icn.e, and now as flret Brazilian em bassador to the United States, Senor jXnbuco has already received highest academic honors from a sister uni versity. A fine and noble character, a practical Idealism of the highest t ft-, A m J M U I a Robert ! u'-'wun n eninusmsm 10 W.. DeForest of the class of W of I"'" "l ...uum, ,n..Tc.s or nis own New York city. Hart Lvman, class of '"t country and ours, have endeared 1873, editor of the New York Tribune, j" t0 th F'j Americas. th Rev Hlrnm Rlnehnm of h rln KO ''"l'"'e e rare ana ncn im-iii wnirn rms rnaniea mm to ture, his gentle and unselfish eharac I tor his ardor in support of clean and : high ambitions, make him one whom It is a delight to know, a necessity to love, and a privilege to honor, i George W, Klrehwey. For twcnty-nlno years a graduate of Yale, Mr. Klrchwey answers to a re corder of deeds thus: A student of law In New Haven and Albany for two years; a practitioner of tha law in Albany for eight years; a profcBsor of law for twelve years In tho Albany Law school, and fur two of these years Its dean; since 1901, and for seven years, Kent professor of law and dean of tho School of Law In Columbia uni versity, where ha commands not only the respect but tho warm affection of the student body. As a noble pnrer gon, at the Invitation of tho Empire state, ho has edited, published, una so perpetuated tho rich memorluls of her early history, John Colt Spooner. Trained at tho university, in the military service, nnd at tho bar of tho greut state of Wisconsin to serve his country worthily, Mr. Spooner's career as United States senator kept before tho nation for sixteen yfars an ideal standard of service. His great learn ing and wise statesmanship enabled him to clarify and terminate discus sion by crystallising vague demands into precise terms lit for legal enact ment. Ills withdrawal into private life, after declining more great honors than most men achieve, while It res tored a great lawyer to the practice of tho profession, has robbed tha sen ate of a recognized and honored load er, liut even from his retirement his ringing utterances arrest the atten tion and Btlr tho heart of tho wholo nation: "In the last analysts the courts of tho country are tho conservators of the liberties of tho people and their functions as established by tho constitution and maintained for a cen tury should not bo Interfered with nor their processes .weakened for tho prevention of injustice upon tho de mand of any class or for any political reason." "Secretary Taft's fitness," ho has al so said, "ennnot be aenlea. roin every standpoint he Is of presidential stature." John ilrrpont Morgan. The artist, Staslcrnles, wo are told, proposed to convert Mount Athos In Thrace Into a portrait-statue of Alex ander the Great, with Its. feet reach ing Into the sea grasping In its left hand a fair city of 10,000 lniinmtnnt,s, and with its right pouring forth an ever-flowing river of navlgablo slzo In to the Aegean. Such a statue would only fitly have represented the stand ard of achievement set by Alexander. Uut for the fact that Alexander was a rree--traiier mere is an Alexander Magnus rplrlt in the financial achieve ments of Mr. Morgan. Great govern ments lean upon him in military and financial crisis; his consolidations of Industrial and transportation proper ties cover continent and ocean; hU art collections vie with those of royal houses and city or state museums. Rut his colossal power Is both hon orable and beneficent. A great hos pital, a great medical school, a great cathedral, a great library, and a great art museum mnke men feel that It is not necessarily easy for a camel to go through the eye of a needle. It was but recently given to Mr. Morgan, another Sheridan at another Win chester. to stay the fury of a finan cial panic which threatened national disaster. He did not forget, nor did we, the words of a man who hnd not where to lay hjs head, and yet spake as never man spake: "Unto whomso ever much Is given, of him shall be much required; and to whom men have committed much, of him they will nsk the more." Wedding and Commencement Gifts. ' Quaint Bits of Fine China. Sparkling Pieces, Cut Glass. Mnyoniitar, Howls, Compiii'l, Nut Hi1 is, ISun-lloii Dishes, etc, Relish Dishes, Ice GIuiuich, Spoon Troys, Toilet Hollies, Flower Vase, Exquisite Selections in Rock Crystal Rose Bowla, Berry Dishes, Decanters, Pitchers, Wine Glasses, etc A. F.WYLIE, 821 Chapel St. Successor to John Bright A Co. Offers Like This Must Be Backed Up by Goods of Merit. JUNE SALE You don't get, any cash receipts for merely reading this ad I It's they who act at once who get something to add to their bank account I Last week the $3.00 Swings that we sold for $1.75 and Porch Screens and "Orex" Rugs were grabbed at with an avidity equal to that displayed by a drowning man in the straw act I The prices below will tell you that it's the same this week. of the veteran missionary to tho Gilbert Islands, ex-Senntor Hlgglns of Delaware, of the class of ISM, nnd Prof. Frederick S. Jones, clnss of ISM, of the University of Minnesota, nnd the doan clret of Yale college. The Candidate. Professor Bernndotte Perrln present ed the candidates for honorary degrees a i follows: Otto Tremont ltannnrd. Since his graduation from Yale In 1STC, Mr. Hannard has slowly won hfe way to a high place among the finan cial leaders of New York. In recent Furs Stored Free! Where garments are made over or remodeled during summer we make no charge for storage. Friend E. Brooks, Don't forget tiio acuircbs, 746 Chapel Street. Telephone 6C13-8. Room 1. up one flight YOU SAVE A THOUSAND DOLLARS WHEN YOU BUY A CONTINENTAL AUTOMOBILE Como nnd we will prove to you that this statement to true. We will dcinonstrato Uio cor and you will udmlt there's none better. II embodies the best parte of the best autos. We nuke the car and know whut it Is. We use It and know what It docs. The Continental Automobile Manf'g Co. ' 121 Olive Street. 'Phone 1087-12. PEROLIN Original DUST Absorber. It absorbs dust, cleans floors, kills germs and minimises labor. Is non-combustible. "Please deliver us 1,000 pound! Perolin, same a3 before. Marshall, Field & Co." They ought to know. You ought to try. Comes in 50 and 100-pound drums $3.50 per 100. , , Thompson & Belderi, Tel. 2140. 396-398 Stato St. MA.TOU FKSSnNDEX DEAD. become the blognphlnl snd autobio graphical historian of his times; a bril liant rsraylst In three languages; an exponent nnd apostle of the Portuguese Dante, enmoens, who with the son net ".soothed an exlle'e soul." TlHvxlore Thornton Munger. "Watchman, tell us of the night. For the morning sems to dawn." "Traveler, darkness takes Its flight, Doubt nnd terror are withdrawn." Trencher of righteousness In hope nnd faith for more than BO years: guide jby word nnd pen to the upbndu and mountain sliles nnd .timmlt times oi tenriui stress ana strain ne 'roiipin,,., thought anr life; sympathetic ! enlisted In the First Maine cavalry and un .uu,,., lu u. ui, m rL,,-R,,.. ; bograrher nnd worthy successor of In matters philanthropic also, ns well ;NW Kt)paniVn nrnr0 RlnP. f as In local nnd national politics, he has ;mnre ,nnn 2fl R t made his high character and great nbll-!tn ,, .... of th n . , Postninster nt Stamford nnd Itrothrr of Samuel. Stamford, June 24. Major Joshua A. FeFsenden, U. S. A. (retired), died sud denly at his home here today. Death was due to heart trouble. MaJ. Fessenden had been postmaster of this city since 1S07. and was brother of the Into Samuel Fessenden. He was born nt Po-kland, Mc, In 1841, and educated at Wllllnms college. When the war of tho Rebellion occurred he Refrigerators Reduced in v Price Entire Stock. $14 "Garland" now $11.20. 154 stone-lined Whlto Mountain now $36. Three $15 "Garlands" now $12 each. Two $23 "Garlands" now $18.40 each. $20.00 "Garlands" now $16.00. $28.50 "Garlands" now $22.80'. $15-50 "National" now $12.40. $18.50 "National" now $14.80. Two $23 "Nationals" now $18.40 each. - Four $26 "Nationals" now $20.80 each. $29.00 "National" now $23.20. $33.60 "National" now $26.80. $41.00 "National" now $32.80. Two $37-50 "Belding" now $30.00 each. $38 "Belding" now $80.40. $76.60 "Wlike," glass-lined, now 61.20. $ 9.50 Ice Chest now $7.60. $10.60 Ice Chest now $8.40. Two $12.50 Ice Cheats now $10.00 each. MISCELLANEOUS. 3x6 "Cre" Rugs for $1.10. 46c best China Matting, 116-warp, for 29c per yard. $1.40 five-foot rag rugs for 90c. Two green dinner wagons for serving lunch on the lawn, reduced from $6 and $10 to $4 and $7.50. Axminster Rugs Reduced. Best quality Axmlnsters reduced In price simply to get your name on our ledger. It's no more possible for you to go wrong here than for a woman to get off a street car face forward. Seamed 9x12 Axmlnsters, regular $27, this week only $20. Seamless 6x9 Axmlnsters, regular $20, this week only $13.60. Seamloss 4Vix6V4 Axmlnsters, reg ular $10, this week only $6.76. Seamless 3x6 Axmlnsters, regular $4.40, this week only $3.26. No Exchanges. Large Swinging Seat. Holds three people; all green; hangs from celling by heavy chains; six only. Regular $5. Special for $3.25. "M00DJ" .PIAZZA RUGS, made in India of hemp rope artis tic, vory durable Reduced as fol lows: Slzo 9x12 feet, were $19, now $12. Size 7J&xl0V4 foe were $17, now $10. Size 4x7 feet, were $5.00, now $3.75 Size 3x6 feet, were $3.00, now $2.00 Size ltfcx3 feet, were 90c, now 50c Bring piazza measurements with you. A very few of some of these sizes. Honce will not be sent on approval or exchanged. THE CHAMBERLAIN Orown and Orange Street "Corner.' "Ostermoor" Mattresses. CO. Ity felt for extensive good. Ho Is a i good example of what wo feel that a iYale man ought to be; nnd he is de voting his time and powers without . stint nnd without recompense to the service of Yale. May Mother Yalo long breed such men. Wllllnm Beach Olmsted, j A graduate of Trinity college In 187, Mr. Olmsted has Impressed a rich and strong personality upon his pupils at ; ft. Mark's srhool, where he served ten years 83 master, and at the Pomfret school, of which he has neen head mas j ter for tho last 11 years. The growth !and efficiency of the Pomfret school un ider his administration reminds one of j that authentic story of Themlstocles, !who boasted that, although he had not learned to sing, much less to play the ! lyre, ho understood how to make a ! small city both great and rich. John Meigs. I Mr. Meigs was prepared for college at 1 tho Hill school, which has become so : famous under his hendniflfderfihlp. Ho jwas graduated from Lafayette college In 1S72, and served his alma mater four years as instructor and assistant pro cessor. Since then, apparently finding fm academic career too narrow for his tremendous energy" and per&lsOney, ho lias been Identified with the Hill school which he has mado phenomenally suc cessful from every point of view. Ha not only succeeds himself, 1 but he In fuses success into his ,pupi!s he in stills the expectation and the habit of success, and we all know that "nothing succeods like success." Macgrano Coxc. What this loved nnd honored mem ber of the clasa of 1879 claims for himself is the vocation of a "plain and simple lawyer," and the avoca tions of a "plain and simple farmer." l'Muln and simple farmer, in this case, Includes tho development and miceess ful operation of substantial mining and railroad properties; nnd the plain and simple lawyer has received high presidential appointments In connec tion with the courts of New Y'ork state, and conducted an Important em bassy In South America, during deli cate crisis, o as to win the cordial approval of an able department of thia city; alresHy crowned with high est academic honors by other nnd the greatest of our universities; why, towards his evening, when the storm clouds of religious controversy leave only faint mntterlngfl on the distant horizon, and a clear fky Is seen nt last to be, as he always knew It to be, studded with the constant stars why should not his own university, to which he hne brought, honor and faith ful service; likewise honor him? "Watchman, let thy wanderings cease; Hie thee to thy quiet home." "Traveler, lo, the Prince of Peace, Lo, the Son of Ood Is come." Hugh Dlnck. Glasgow, Edinburgh, and the Free church of Scotland, that land of dom inating pulpits and preachers, recog nized for fifteen years the compelling might of this great religious teacher. In 1906 he followed across the Atlan tic, whither mnny writings of spiritual power had preceded him, a call for his bodily presence from Innumerable young men waiting to claim him as a sort of pastor at large in tha college of America and the chair of practical theology in Union Theological semin ary. Hut his Influence Is by no means limited to academic and scholastic cir cles. A singular beauty of diction, a poet's vision, and the rare persuasive ness of a most persuasive accent, draw to him everywhere multitudes of hear ers who listen gladly to his word. "nnd they that turn many to right eousness, as the stars for ever and ever." Samuel James Elder. As he celebrates tho thirty-fifth an niversary of his graduation from Yale, Mr. Elder is rccognizod as a leader of the Massachusetts bar, and a national authority on the laws of copyright He handles cases of great pith nnd moment, which affect large literary, religious, social and civic Interests. He is a champion of tho honest literary artist, not for retainers, but from a splendid real for Justice and the honor of our nation, He is not merely a clever lawyer, but a Jurist who Influ ences and guides tho development of law as it is declared In Judicial de cisions. His fertile nature, rare cul- served through the wnr. In 1S62, the year following his enlistment, ho was made second lieutenant In the regular army and later promoted to a captain cy. After tho war ho was attached to tho artillery service of tho regular army. In 18P4 Major Fessenden was retired by reason of disability Incurred In the service, nnd took up a residence here. He served on the staff of Oeneral Miles nt the time Jefferson Davis was a prls oner nt Fort Monroe, also on the staff of Oeneral I'eck and or General O. O. KownrJ. He wns a member of a number of military societies nnd of the Grand Army of the Republic a widow, one daughter nnd two brothers survive. II KOAL" Represents W. F. Gilbert &, Co. .(Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. The Trout Itttt Y let Season Ends fJUAjV AST? It behooves the sportsman to get busy. Get yonr rod, ntS, line, lenders nnd hooks here, and if you don't come home with basket of nice speckled beauties the fault to not In your outfit. Remember, we keep open evenings, so If you've overlooked any thing we con fix you out and let you start bright and early next morning. The Gun Store, 5 Church St. CHAPIX IX COILISIOX. Sound Steamer Struck by Unknown Schooner. New London, June 24. Steamer Chester W. Chnpln of the Norwich line, hnd a slight collision with an unknown schooner off liartlett's reef lightship at 12:46 this morning on her trip hero from New York. The bowsprit of tho sailing craft knocked off paint and shavings for a distance of about fifteen feet on the sldo of the Btcnmcr. The craft disappeared In the fog and its identity could not bo learned. It Is not believed that tho schooner receld serious Injury. Tho crew, of the Chnpln also brought word that Bnrtlctt's reef lightship was raked by a passing craft In tha fog last night. NEW BULLET CALLED IX. May Not be Used In National Match Because of Regunglng Guns. Washington, Juno 24. Gen. Cell, chief of staff, United States army, has ordered that the new special bullet, be ing In an experimental state, shall not bo used In the national match this year. Another reason for this action Is that the trajectory of the bullet gives It greater accuracy, and to utilize that bullet the rear sight would have to be regauged, which could not be done accurately before the time for holding the matches. The new bullet being more pointed than the old one, meets with less air resistance. INVERTED ! LAMP. ; This Bijou Light is 20 candle-power, costing ' only one-tenth o! a cent per hour. It can be attached to any fixture in the house, : and when fitted with a green shade is especially good for desk lighting. Price: $1.25 Complete. The Mew Haven Gas Light Co., Salesroom, 93 Crown Street A I, a. I. I' I f ; -.hi 'Li-l SMm Tel. 3610 Jlrtislic-iftemsrials GRANITE- A MARBLE. - Bronze mHIOS.PffllUPStSONto 145 SYLVAN AVE. l VSm OKE'CAR E-ANP-TrpUGHT-5HHilD'BE'GIVEN.THE'SCLECTIN' t OF-M0 N JffEfTfTlTW'R KfliXk 'PERHAP.S 'ANYTHING' H fc i