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8 If EQSEi, CI o 8 llY M. iivn. CopyiisV.!, IVtl, I 1 C. B. Líwíi. WK300XXXXXXXX020GCOOOOOOC o They said It was reckless thing to lo nuil Hint only Amcrirnni would liars' attempted It. On I lip west Riel? of the Klerrn Mndre mountains la Mexico are the ron mina grounds of f ! Yaipil Indians, nnil liotween th-- Yaqul and l'nerto rivers In their moln strnncihold. Anil yet wo opened t Hunsei m'iit Willi ouly Hi" mountain rniise between us nnd wrj man from president to the cheapest workman reallnlns: that We mlcht lie aitnolrril nt any hour. Tho Yaquis have wnrre.-l vtih the Mej'cnns for tho ;.t 200 jrar. and their hands are raided nsrinsi all ti'úera who In Tad" tl i-tr domains. We re fcvmíl.a !n px"-5 ma-hln-ry Trr Unrrv i"Ii!jrima. -r-et;U!t lu.kl nr fi'ctr -;fK:e h nln", nL tci:S fea! mrl nf TiO l-kir3,n vU;ir. t- -ri In th itfiTtrw Í V-S i rr If !! .v-m Srnrj no:i;h. r t-v-; tl flw tlnw. Hx'y lot ns lv r! I Wnii !: e'ilr'l M r:th.l--r r f,.-vl ! m-rt U f I to onr arivrs V ha 1 a f.r-. of "0 wlilto mrn an.l I.VJ p.-rti latiorrr. No one tif lli-vi t"n cnil-l ho il.'pfhilf! on Pipí faüíu.-J. Qii.l ttiiy wouU wait tintil tit thilr force wai t-p. An hour after sun rNc next monilng wo wi.hrsjioil a pec tacle tli.it ciad the il.'ili nt-p bit. Ti'.lly 4.KH Yoqni fül!iTei lo ft com. pert Ixx'y hctworb i flD 'he mouth of tbe pi' urt clinntptl it tviltl and Fftv 1150 mnir. nuil n Wf-r only .'!0 npsln-it them. 1 hi-y frnt no Ctg jf tmrp to le inaurt a fitiriwulor. T hy may hava ovtti lio4:d wo vonld nhow Bibt, as tli'-y hull tiii'l with nn rr-íi-stniice yet. Ax t bml lin;ifJ ami p!unni;l for. tli Yaiul oilvno':Pl t'y tin" rnltiPS. A lioily r.f ohout .r) :li tnM itr for each invino, likli inliJ oi worn wnt on nhcml. oud th? uinlu l!y l-wikcl un. Thirty inon with V.'lurhoHtrr rillon Inshlo of a. ftono fort nri" no itioiin f't". l.tit wo aooti ronllzcl that In thla onuo wo worp al inoot !i"li''Ji. H HU'lfily nDl Kdoillly ill'l 'he ln-1 uní nlviinro at:t! hot wna their lio nt tho loophole tlint wo coon hiil llvo r.H'ii ki'.hwl ntvl o)nJ.l not rop y OKV'pt s. grnt risk. 'I'l'.olr ailvnme wiih v.-ti íi'.ti n a;otio' throw of im In lioth ravine vvlioii wo rnil"t. i tho olcc tiic win s. F'i'w men will ovor wltnosa tho Klichl wo illil Tl'i'ro wR a ne lo of oxploxhiim whi.li í.ho ik I ho rrirth for iniloM nrotniil. iviih htiists of llnino nnl kmoko Irnplns ' 'ho olouil. mi after one foarfnl ye!l t'noro m sllonoo In both rarlnoa. It wn half an hour be fore I ho Htnoko blow awny so Hint w oniihl nee 'he rr.Htii Imnil. The warriors t,loo.l there without movement, (toom Ini lo Imvo been K'r'iok liiinh, and It wax another hour before they broke np Into amull piitioM .in. nimrhod Into the tno't'h of the pass. We thoncht I a mío. nnd to man left the power house until next afternoon. -Then It waa dis covered that they han cono ror coon, and 'hnt without lookltiR after their kllloil or U'oiinlol. I1.V.VH in 'ho two rl vines, burled tin der i!i'- il-lir:! or lylnc aoorehod nnd torn and ninnshd ntuone the rocka. won- over íiíio warriors, nil wiped out 1 hn ii k of the eloi k. It win mien, a sfnpendons loss, mieli a terrible nnd mys'i-riona rnhimliy. that even the floreo Ya.ptis wof terror Ktrleken nnd turned back. They returned to tholr valley, awed nnd frlshtotied. tellinu n Ktorv that nvved and frightened tho-o l. ft u tiiiid. nnd from that date their P'lvv.-r as broken. They have ninde war kIiico only In small parties and In n half heartnl way mid Hiolr dream of driving out the tir uro and the Mex lean nnd rorovorltm Ihi-lr own has been :haltered forever. A BWirEK OF RXPLOSinWfiSUOOIS TUR KARTT1 III ease nf a row The engine boit:ie w rundo our fort, and 30 men liehind US' loorrtvoled walls would mnko a pond flcht of it. lint yet wo lind Romcthlnjj more ilian powdiT nnd lend to depend upon tf the Yaquis came through th tiiointtnln pasa, they would approach the worka. two nilloa diHtant. by way tif two rnvlnea whk-h lol quite to our lloara. In some placea Hieim ravlnea wore only ttlx or aoven feet deep. In others over Í10. with atone walls on either aide Under the direction of I civil enim-er powder and dynaniltn rharm' won bidden awny In thit.0 walls and burled In the earth ami wires conpected with the power houao and an elect rlc battery. Had It been possible to buy the friendship of the Yaquis we ahonld have attempted It and thus aeeured our anfoty. but we know they were not to lx tempted by anything wo rould offer. We hnd been working full furce for three months, with an alarm now nod thou, when we learned why we hnd not boon dlattirhcd by raiding pnr'loa. The whole flghtlne force of the Yaquis, nninlH-rlng be tween 4.000 and H.000, waa gntberlng for a riind effort lo aweop across tho liioiintalns nnd clear the country to the It lo tira ml- Thla had U-en the dream of tfce chief for yeant. and hia popln hnd la-on frensnrlnc up rifles and am munition When the force was (lnally ready to move, the Mexican (rnycrn- inent waa powcrloaa In atop It except on tho north, and It was loo Inte to end nut anything like a general alarm The -1.101 well armed nava Rett, know Ing no mercy, foil upon pronM-ctor. freighter, hunter, minor and villager. and not a man escaped from their bands. Almost by accident wo got wonl of tho movement, nnd the mino waa closed, the peona wore aontnway. and we prepared for a Nlegn. looh- outs were established along both ra Tinea, and we bad four dnya In which to bear the tulca of panic Mrlrkcn fugitives wh pasm-d our way. The Yaouia bad uo pity for age, act or condithiti. They found ih people aliuofcl d fi nsclecs. and when they had raptured a village every man. woinnn aod child waa put to the torturo. Kr cry liubltaiioti waa burned. Uve atocle waa ala lightered, aud eren the doga ud cata wore killed. The Idea uaa to It-are nothing alive behind them. The rmr did nut push forward at awlft fare, but dullhd along and apent boura wllressliiit Hie lorture of Ha victima. Ve knew when the Indiana (lnally r teri-d the iiiuiinialn paaa. headed tra'.ght for os. ami it was balf nn boor Ix'fue KUOkot one ereulDg when we aar the first ef their fon- debouch orr the rH In awl begin a rloa survey of ur alluttuit Uo wtne ready fol ittu, but we know that no attach odd be niade before rooming. Tbey uld hsvv bed toeg march aad N The Women Stini Thole Heads. One part of Kgyp' slmw where the oiltwar'l ntnl visible evideneoH of the aborlclnnl have been softened down with n veneer which ih aoftenera fondly hv.nfinod Is indicativo of In ward nnd spirltc'il uraco This is along a 300 mile strotoh of the While Nile, where tho P.lililiiks live and move nnd have their belns Now. the Khlüuka are a picturesque and n promising in'oplo They have their Kashnda for a enpitnl and their rnein.irleM of l.nr-l Kitchener of Khar ftini which no man mav 'afco from them Wherefore, what matters It Hint, Hoy have I.) it their original lawlesa ness, tl.rlr former 'urhulenee and their eheiifii! Kpeeialiy of rousting the en emy on the point of Hie KpitT Now the " il!uks nn- o civilized they earry ilmM wooden enn niter the fashion of the Itrnadwny police- in ntnl necnsionnlly brandish n long spear In true ugiti opera siyio t m'y ml nil enviable life, those Khilltiks; nothing to do all the livelong day but lio on the mossy bank mid spear the hoir y bided hippooianiiis its bo glides vvlihln rango, or make a dond crocodile nf a live one by the simple otpedient of linriionulng blm through bis vítala Ah for work, that Is for woman, nnd mv lord or the Millions never puis ins hum! to 1'. Agriculture Is yet an undeveloped industry, and what little developing has already taken placo has been at the Instance and hands of the wlvea The Klillbili country Is not the binb place of the aoven brothel hood ulsters of glorious hirsuto memory All Un wound! of Hie tribe hliave their heads -New York Herald WHY-THE BOILER BURSTS. dentine t: pinnatlo of ama rfca omenta nf ih Kltcbtn. Wliou yo boor the k'itehen bollef cracking, tht-rv la no tnuae for alarm. TU-ie Is a prevailing Impression that the ci-acklug Is produced by ateam nnd that there la therefore an Increased pressure on the boiler at aitch Huios. But thla la an error. If the holler la In good condition, with the wnter turned un na usual ao that the. boiler la kept filled, the only pressure that It Is sub jected to la the aniue as that In the woter pipes, from which of course thid-e never la Hie slightest danger And thla la true tio matter how hot the water In the boiler may be. The reason la very simple. A a long as the boiler Is kept full óf wnter there la no rixjti for atea in. If you open tho hoi wnter cock, the water poura out, nnd steam rises from it. because It then has a chunco to escupo Into the air. In other words, evaporntlou tnkea place. Hilt as the hot water. pon out water from tho pipes rushes in to take Its place, and thus the boiler Is kept full. The cracking tiojKo referred to Is beard when the water Is unusually hot and Is nothing but tho expansion of the boiler under Hie intliience of that heat. It Is In no degree nn Indication of dan ger unless Indeed the boiler la worn out or defective, which Is a mutter entirely outside of what wo are now consider ing. When a kitchen boiler explodes. It I generally because a tiro has been kin dled in Hip range while the boiler waa empty It happens sometimes when people come back to town after spend In.l the summer away The fire heats the holler, of course, nnd when the wa ter la turned on It la converted nuddon ly and violently Into atonm. and the boiler cannot stand the enormous pres sure Fortunately few persons are thoughtless enough or silly enough to build a fire bclore opening the cocks i connecting tin- boiler with the water pipes. ChieaKO Chronicle. HOTEL KLEPTOMANIACS. Proanntahlr Rich Garata Who A a proprliHe Otlipr IVuplv'i Prportr I was much struck with the habita of kleptomania couitnon to some of -the presumably rich visitors who engaged expensive suits of rooms and even paid their billa. After the departure o( these guests the bed would be found , minus the satin or silk "coverlet, whllo towels and pillowslips were also rerj I often removed. On one occasion fl gentleman engag ed a Tonillo room for one night only, and the following morning the uiuld, knowing of his departure, made up the bed with fresh ilueu for the next occu pant. Uoweyer. the visitor bad evi dently returned to his room aftef breakfast, deliberately taken the slips o IT the pillows and packed them with bis luggage, for on entering the room shortly otter I found the bod made up, I but no slips I happened to know thai ' the maid had certainly put fresb ones on wheu she made up tho bed Wlml r?" ''''V'TCt. 'i"j(fij t -a.it-i'a'irt v"1 ". v3 Br I )AI L-Y $6 70 a to. Th3 WiJ(!fChnnicj 651. 50 loto, tinla mnA Mic. Tifii ia:i-.i.r la.-n fcMHu U meat fKHOV'-W Wilfl X S orlJ. prima rírUlarU- 1 1 l lultM. r I... at NlM, Utfrur. and OmmmJ InftW n.ilon: ll nililoc.t AgtóuWoral aa4 H.-rUxatturot D:.TMut. t I a of trenMst lpjrmnu in P Xr thl C.t. Evarj-iains WrUU-O U kI " pTl.ntsi la ths Cam St. not o Waters . n'n kimSe-tcs f H" a lo-tllfc iAMFLE COPY SENT FREE. Nf cs Ihf - ' Tiis r-tii-.o:. ti i a: j ;. w:h ,h bi" niwn b Un i ntíiíl SU. TiiK tuiiONicfcr: im K,inii-ia tbo rm. Cum. K Ira4i aU la .biUty. atMT'Ua aa. THE CHnONtCtE'8 T-1oirrapil ReaHi rtvr lattx and ir.oal Oiliablt, I'.a Lecad Hm tttt fuMml and ns.-iwl, ami lu EdlorlalJ rom ih. abt(t pn In th eonatrx. IHB CHfX'WKl.K hu alvaya bnn, Hi M TW will Im. tha frkn-t and ehainptan of ttt. p(llf, aa acalajft ecnibLatlonc. allava. aof PMalkns. oi (-?resi(-ns u a- y kind. U H'.I b liá4Vc..dola; la everything. nmuttM In octeba 103 w mux. mmw. ARK -4 la' A G-XIEAT OPENING CLINTON, At5 izona, to oaitalistb who Want to invest In COPPEk PROPERÍlES. ' Coppt. r claiiiiB in croups of three to cigM mines. Gold and Riltrer properties of kno-wn nerita teagr, rf luh fcr.4 ilfjl'l' No 1. Tlin-.- lull l iuur.s (OiJltilliiui e'u - i i i i i , i f o í (f r ; y i i , I ri M ' m t wen' i -I i inrhrai pr.eitj thoinu(LI) jrot , it rt i'U lfltlael?l, ttt tame i , i i i ct"d; aitialfd U Ctaittni OHO ROUP No. I. Kibl claibi tOSt ia, Mil t0 entli etl:r rr f r ct Imu, I ind carh. a..in; will y, iK,. 12 to 16 per tent; 9 toks ( bih (tide os m imp; mlostcb s-ona1,!) it. tl. C'oj (Jt-r aaeautaia ntisiag diauiil, tii.tin ecsat-j. í4i 'ílOL'r No J. 8rs gnld snd tilvar benrtntt quartz wiat i; IboMai-U) .ol opi-Hi d iiy; faltaty t wacnÉ and afljatttil to tbi- t-sti I lasi.vco liver, ak ' itiii tl afloidn a aoi b nati r ni-r lu ran at.) maiAfr of ttcuipa, MB W!íjf t 11 . til fll I llitt I I I t 11(1 I II (Ilia! ft.ll.ll D H)lill til g 't-p .i .- tvill yield rsoraasáslyi utaalcd ih the Urtealcs old ttoctUm kia f tMtíft ir i In in couhIj. (KOUP Nt.4. Feiircpptrclaiso;arief;at brt; hu i11j süe&tft 1-etalee g4 atnantata raining district. r fsrlba iaforsaatu teroj, els., sail en or aJki KEDZIE & CLASEfii Iordsburg, New Tifi exie4 R;yorsib Mi MM ItUSE Tjer Hanging: and Decorating a SfcéMaltir MONUMENTAL WORK, Cither in Vfyad or Marble. Order for Vt-mito..n aill rooarae afarl a4l tóS tU 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lin i 1 1 vi ul I j in i, I U tef rtw Vf i n itW et iVt'l. rorrcupeadcaf licitad. X I, Beeíbee Clifton, Ajizena- X . 9l t . 1 )t .9 ' that geuileiuan could wtint wtb tboni two pillowslips Is difficult to under land Of course candles, matches and soap (supplied gratlsi are commonly reniov ; td aud even the tihoets on the beds ar not spared Ouce a large double sheet was cut luto pieoi-H. tbo visitor evident- ly requiring Kiithcletit linen for a petti m com or lining to a skirt. Judging rrom th- tduipe of the ple-o8 left The hotel sheet was no doubt the nearest thing available, so It was taken to save time and trouble, and the pieces toft went fjuiu) circfiill.v rolled up and thrown Into a cupboard outside the room which was only used by the maids and strictly prtvate Needless lo say. be fore the remullí of the sheet were found the visitors (mil departed, leav lug no address. Chambers' Journal. $'i V L'nl e i i t' it Ci ti la ai I I) tu Map oí tho Worio & u J s3 n t . Ihi - ,- iW h r Mif nt r 9 ti paalwa vriial e janj mat s ; ,oaat- M.. II. 4U -roTJiarf,, Froscttro S 0 Obneitct. AN i.?,Vimx. OA'. fer iff M SPACE i 'y Trrrlble F.ftroi of ttad Air. At every moment of the human life tho nlr which we breathe goes eoiirslng through Ihonmsl doliente mnl Konsiilve of the wonderfully constructed organa of the huniiin system fo purify nnd re Invigorate the vital currents of life Hut what If tho purifier Khali itself be iinelenn and laden wlili the seeds of pollution? Paring once done Its work , nnd pome forth minted and foul, what if It shall again anil again bo called to perform the tnsk for which It Is nn ton ger llttcd? Tho natiu nl Olid Inevitable deduction Is not far to reach The blood Is no lunger purified, bul it goes eor.rslnj through the body, the sour-o of dim use and corruption Instead ot IH-Ing the fountain of pure, perl t licnllhfulncFS Other organa by sytuptuhy or frf ffl roer contagion become a ff cried The linnlnalUiii Is loo often Inline nccil as well, anticipation ontiju-os np dire evils, nnd the sufferer, who Is now In such earnest. ttW-s from one 'blood pu riffer" or "tonii-" to iinoinor. g:tln;n porhnjis leiiiornry and quostloonlilo ri'llof at the expenso f a system loaded with poisonous and harmful drugs, whose reaction may be r peeled n' nnv limo and itaufrfiosl any horrible lorin A !nlrb Heforf. A h ading cuuii-i I Iih IIm rtV fcdir.ii I In an ai-t-klenl daimtje i ase wficre- he Injury hud berai nr-raainm-d by a Jot i f steam si-nldlns the piiiidarran'l' I ." ' nr:d tiMd ns bo was drtvlng f.r-1 ibo , fendnnf's1 pfWi-o nrtrucd o th- Pflf H the pbiirrriff was guilty of ni i"-' negligence 9tif l.o"hl l av: lo i.' to avoid the iiVf-utcM 1 h:- ei '- r led ootiU"o fi.r fire con '.' !.'.' eil "I II so If he h i ! ! - i li stem' of ae'nu let u.ri-t i i U, t of oer brad wo sc.nM I r. : f eut"o ton Itir Hie It.: i.1 both " Tho (Colara of Eels. ' The eel Is very nusipular with many people: tun. like tunny unpopular things, he Improves with acquaintance. In foi in he is long, slender and grace ful. In color dark green above and yellowish white below Many be lieve thai there are two distltict varie ties the wilt and the fresh water eel but I am inclined to think Hint. Ilk all other fishes, the eel partakes much of Hie nature of Ills stirrouudluga. A long summer vacation In a Hind of brook renders him darker In color, and daily foiifciliiu on landlocked delicacies renders him more corpulent. .lust so cndllsh take on the color of their habitat, gray when on muddy bottom bright red when living among kelps and gay coloiod marine planta. I believe, loo Hint the eel often for gets to return to salt water, but never bn-oilx elsewhere, for I have nevor soon baby eels In brooks or ponda' I have known them lo be taken every month In Ihe year In the same locali ties Some stty thai half Ihe eela spend (he winter in fresh water, coming down in the spring, nnd that the other balf go up for ihe summer. .sl ui for Women !c ' mi (ovr'.-uiy exhausted? f o vo'J su'.'.: rviry inor.'.h? If yuu a:iswef "yes" tf) any of ,' hcje que'-'ioos, yoa hive illi which i r.'.-. ol Caráal turij. Do you appreciate what tseritJt health would bt to you? A'ttr taking Win oi Cirdul, thousAaii I'.k you have real ized It. Nervjui strain, lost of skip, cold or indlgtstlDn starts menstrual itiatim tht arc cot noticeable at first, but d.ry by dy itead ly row into troub'tisome complicitioot. Wlce of Cardul, used Just before the men strual period, will Ice the female system in perfect condition. This rr.-rdicici is taken quietly at home. There is nothing hie it to help women eo'oy gojd Itealth. It costs ouly $1 ta test this remedy, which is eadorwd by 1 ,000,000 cured women. Un. Lraia T. Fritburij, East St Lauls, II., sayn "I ara physically a new woman, by reason of my uic of Wine oi ;rdui tad Thtdfortfs Black Draught." In caaaa raoatriBe apelal dtWHIona, ad drvaa. aivliMarnjpUinia."l'lia Ladiaa' Advav ry IH-partruetit." " ha CbatlttMoea ataat ?BaC4..0tiauoir. Itua Not lilen I Hqaaaderlaar. - Justice You say that you doubt the Statement of Ihe previous wllneaa that the defeniliint squnndered his Inherit nci I 'huso give Ihe reason for your doubt Witness -I tried three or four time to got him to visit a i-bnrch fair, but It was us. h as lie always smiled and In formed me thai he was noi born yester day Homioo Transcript. are practical aaBl&fftife' by tht ocean cabl4 ik Iihi tilegxapl. gyirtm which sow belt tits ek-. carufcrcmct of Old Eoxth Ij,' isjr dirTerant direction!. "Foreign part" are ISSflJ.; iereign in tht old meaninj of the term. Eerepe, Africa, : are "next door" to vt. What happen there to-day w ka5tr;:,. to-morrcw-if we read THE CHICAGO RECORD, wheW Special Cable Correspondent are located in nury mprti" tity in tht wrld outiide of the United State. Afe othé American newspaper ever attempted o exteniiro m HhrUééf and it ii supplemented by the regular foreign ner'i aertKj ' of The Associated Press. For accurate intelligence of th stirring events which are shaking the nations of wars and rumors of wars of the threatening dissolution of old goven merits and the establishment of new of the onward sweep ot ' the race in all parts of tho world the one modiaai of tits, most satisfactory information is the enterprising, "up-to-date American newspaper, THE CHICAGO RECORD. s FREE A Unr ra up of U wrl ca MsreaMr'i ProtiC. ftbmtfJHa -lBothw la sin. kwskUilfuliy printcd la tieri, til a imvtm aatua rr.m ( Kurort on iaa ravrrs aldo, will lo tualtad f hj ataraa fto Ot AJf-' Tsi Ctiscuiiio Ksoobb, 111 SIsJImmi a-.raai, CKUaae. karaa a r aiik of raguaai auoaiBttRid mf lira -ai aiaiosai I arrar pewv?a and wrtla. Ta a man-, lilij.iraia aUMrl aaw aiKriaaKtva? acw-laJ ram acmes el 'raa iuk acvo ksoosii amn u ,ai.t alTl.ai.4 wa 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 i V.u"-' tf. ' Siscriiilioi Agency. Tna LibebaI. take has aila arraogeinéiyu W The 'hiñese are not entirely e hit bed in eolio The ordinary annual crop of ' silk In bina is estimated ai about issi.iasr fsiunds. of wbtcb over 0 per cent is ootisiiuied in the couutry wbere II Is prortiM-rd. . TAKE TUB WOTROUItLE TO ANBWEIJ QUlJaTIONS "CANNON BALL" FAST TRAIN' The key lo ihe Past lie la now bang In on the 'iill tn the ball at tbe old Lome of Washington at ileum Vernon. Ii wua giyvo to Wasuirgtuo yvtltt. SUBSCRIPTIONS ny periodic r- io wlshinr to ubralb f nr s nv peitisf in' will reootra fits puinr.il isi.gi ii1,!' . vi..... !.. In.-nan leave thetrBiiirlptloB" at tbt ofli A a lt.i.l Vernon. , I ft. This handsomely equipped train leave H Paso daily and riina through Vy fit LouN without, change, where direct connections are made for the No rib and East; also dbeet cnnnecliuDS via Shrevepurt or New Orleaos for oTl poloU in the Southeast. Latest ñtíern Pullman finffct Sleepers ilegant New Cñair Pars, Seats Free Solid VíístiíJ3lBíl Trains THrousHcirf. í'cMea.-ilpi Ive paniphlt't, or tilbr lofuriunUon, call on or address, tt.CUUTW. B. P. TUItNEU, S. W. F, & P. A.. G.-r. A ' ' Zl 9moTtjams Pullaa, Tsíaév \n\n a c.Vt..:,. 1 ttj&J n' rv ( ."14 urt ihc.ttrrU en r.n hjta t.eat. rj s t.1 .. .-m -1 tit Jc thirt'. Ard .,r. I..-.Í.CÍ w.r.i se:irt, Muitst tiKf I i.i s'.lt cf Uv. ft-- n I saw tí tj VsvM ir..l of )iar4l, i.l tka i Ktn. A un siLt lu m liifc'.it.j fa.-iy ttnJ4, 'r tfcfa--a árc-n;. ' I'uii.ar to p!iy 'u, ri-':.!y Un. ractb trvni tu t-'.ti. -A I fj-.n i bcu-.ry want. mjrvol th.il tt!Uc, ry liia ' titll rptl i irn tratt. Y tinr.u rJ ! Arr-l ti-yni IS ruui c-f jmir rr.-l.-lna; to Bvaalf I via. l.oni tnJ ceM. I )t tas ca -tniplutt J; I liarf r.;y i!i.:ai.-a Am n AlJrth.