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THE TIN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF I ALEXANDER COUNTY THE CITY OF CAIRO TOLUIIX XL. BO. 3,0 CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1908 ESTABLISHED IN 1868. CAIRO oUl H III 10 OKI IHIS WEEK SELECTION OF JURY WILL BE DIFFICULT TASK MRS. AN NIS TO TESTIFY. PETER'S JINO DAZED Mrs, Annls' Mother Says Her Son-in-Law Wai Guiltless of Any Wrong With Wife of His Slayer. New York, Dec. 11. Even before mil u mi eveilince. 01 eciiiK insane ;u the murder trial of Thronlon J. Hains j,ho Ume ()f (he kmns of ,Ily son.!n. is called there Is trouble over thai law. jl.ry. The prospo.ct of 1 oing locked up vor Christmas an I ftw Year's ha: stampeded the "tiled and true" citizens of Queens county who have been impaneled for the trial. There was a report today that Ad miral Kobley D. Evans, who lately re tired after commanding the American fleet in the first hair of its trip around the world, would be one of the prin cipal witnesses for the prosecution. J Yhe fact that the admiral is now in I California and beyond reach of Prose ruling Attorney l.)arr:n discounted the report. When Thornton Halns was tried for his life for the murder of Ned Haimo gan in n sailboat off the admiral's iuarters at Fortress Monroe, ICvans was the principal witness for the de fense and Halns waR acquitted. Capt. Peter C. Halns, then a naval cadet, at Annapolis refused to salute the admir al in passing him on the street and was court-nip "Haled. He escaped on the defense that the admiral was not In uniform Peter in Dazed Condition. Gen. and Mrs. John C. Halns have arrived from Washington and are at I ho Hotel Astor, where Mrs. Halns, niolhtr of 'he prisoner, Is in a state ot partial collapse. The Halns chil dren are still In Washington with re latives. They will be brought to New York before the end of the week Htid remain at a hotel near the trial room with their grandparents. Mollie Ilains, the 4-year-old daughter of Thorton Halmi, will probably bo kept from the court room, but arrangements will be made for her to see her father at least once each day during the trial. There was an all-day conference today at the Queens county jail hi Ijong Island City between Thornton ,f Halns, bis lawyers, John F. Meliityro and Joseph Shay, and (Jen. Halns Capt. Peter C. Hains, Jr., I he principal In the tragedy, was not as well ment ally as he has been and was kept away from the conference. "We are somewhat worried over Capt. Hains' condition," said Attorney Shay ton Ight. He seems to have fallen back Into the daze that has long puzzled us. He realizes In a sense that his brother is to go on trial tomorrow. He does not underlsand why this should be, and we have been unable lo explain it o him. Mrs. Hains Won't Testify. "We hope he will regain a mental state which will warrant us in pit ting him o nine stand in bis brother's defense early next week." "If we .so 'lire a j.iry Inside of four or rive days I shall feel that we havi' been fortunate," said John K. Mcln tyre, chief counsel for the accused brother, to day. Itoth the prosecu tion and the defense have thirty per emptory challenges. The fact that Annis was shot at the llaysido Yacht Club, one of Hie most prominent so cial organizations in Queens county, will tend to make the election of the Jury difficult. The fact that Mrs. Claudia Hains. the woman In the ease, has definitely dcldo, not to come to New York for the trial will shorten the case t,i some extent. The only woman witness so far an nounced Is Mrs. Win. K. Annls, wile of the publisher who was shot. SAYS ANNIS WAS INNOCENT. Mother-in Law of Hams' Victim Be liever He Was FomIIv Murdered. New York. !-e. 11 That William K. Annls. Main by Capt. Peter C Ilains. made a dying effort to assure bis wife that he was guililes of any wrongdoing and was the innocent vie tiiii of the Mnin brothers' murder, b- the blief .f Mrs. lyouisia vein Mu nerbein, mother of Mrs. An:ii. Mrs. von Hunerlx in. ith houi Mrs. Annis now resided at th Col- eclew aaprtmeiits at West 2.i:th Mroct, denounced the killing of 1W iin in la' ss oo,l Hi.ilo.i and p' nieditaw ,1 murder. carrb-d ut by Capt. Teter C. Hains. but inspire, b Thornton J.-r.kin Main. Mr.. An ni.. 9'Wtinl in d-ep mourning. a j.ppfsnt at the conclusion e-f the inter view, but .Inclined to make a p rsonal ftatenient on advice r.f b-r counsel Arthur GewiiheLl. Mrs. von Hnner bin. heever. f a"I 1,'T -laugh:-r position rceir.!o.5 tb murder in r, uncertain mceer. Ja ifh'e: s V;t aay frem lit:' dying htisddi.il for fivo hours lifter (he Khoollng,"1Baid Mrs. von Huner lU'ln. "That whs wrong, ami Is now to be greatly regretted. Will called Hr his wife. It Is certain that It wad liia desire to toll her that he was Innocent r.f any wrongdoing. From his statements directly after tho Bhootlnj; we know that he positively declared tnat Ilains had shot down the wrong man. "Neither my daughter nor I wish revenge against the two brothers who slew this gooil and I rue man la cold hlocd and like cowards. V have not prayed that they be found guilty. Vu have not prayed they they each meet death In the electric chair. But we do pray that Justice be meted out to them that justice will see to it that premeditated murder can not escape a just penalty. I "They say now that Capt. Peter i. ilains is crazed, mat. may or nay liwil lw cn Our. Ill "tr fu ri.Wiilti It,. I. ' " ,. ' ,' . .' . ' last August, "On that afternoon when Will was slain, Capt. Hains and his brother Thornton had seen my daughter and her two children" on the veranda of the Hayside Yacht Club. Anil yet they deliberately walk ed down the path, following in her footsteps, for with a woman's intui tion site knew that they meant trouble f ir her husband, and had run down to the water's edge to warn him, and killed him. "I cannot see any insanity in tin: manner in which Cap;. Hains shot down Mr. Ann:.. He carried a maga zine revolver. He did not lire once, but emptied the contents of the woo pen into Will's deronsoless body. Right shots were fired and hi.: body was Hlcrallv torn to pieces. "Capt. Hains may be c.nzed now, I have heard that til" horror and the remorse of a ma :'s evil deeds ::.ay f fltise him to Ins.; Ids mind, liui Cupt. Il'-ins was aldays the weakling oi e Ivo brothers. "I believe that Capl. ileitis was merely the suprine instrument of re venge in the hands of Thornton Halns. This man who slow another in yea! a gone by, was absolutely cold blooded enough to seize my daughter as she ai tiMiipted to save her husband, turn Iter around, place his revolver at her back and tell her that ho would kill her ;f she attempted to make a move toward saving her husband. "Thornton Halns had a grudge against my son in-law. 1 know that this is true. He had bad difficulty with him regarding the sale of some of his magazine stories. Mrs. Annis Will Testify. "Thornton Hain-i also bitted Mr. Annls because he was so close ,t friend of his brother, Peter. The real character of Thorton Hains will b '. ought out i: bis trial. It is ;'ie character of a cold -blooded, ctileula tlng villain. Intent upon revenge, and using his brother to accomplish his purpose. "1 want the world to know that Mrs. Annis now and always has be Moved implicitly In her husbands right conduct, and especially regard ing bis relations lo Mrs. Claudia HiJi s. Once Mrs. Hains and my naughter were good friends, but for a year or more prior lo the shoot ing they had seen little of each other. "My daughter will lake Hie wit in ss stand and fell the story of bow these brothers shot down her bus band in cold blood. .She will swear that she and Mr. Annis were as hoppy through ten years of married life as two young married folk could well lie. She Will express her osi live belief that Mr. Annis was never cuilty of any Impropriety with Mrs. Hains. She will tell I hat when Mr. Annis was not at work be was spend ing his time ;it his home with hi- wife and children." Illinois River Yielded 4.650 Tons For Season Just Closed New York Took Bulk. Peoria. M.. iv.. H. jth the fid vent of cold weather the height rd th' fishing season of i:ise!t ha pa . I on the mined river, and ovei ft.iNMt.i. i K)iinds, or to be r-xaet I. ."' tons r.f frt-sh water Ih hae bei ti contributed to the markets r,f the Cnded Stat- in the ffte. n i ks cine. the reason ofM-tir-d en . t t 1. Of this mormons output New York City nlono ba tnkrri 2.4"" ""O po.nn.iS or 1 Te tens.; Phi!ad-!pr.i. . m xun-'. or "mi toni: IViston. ?, .eon IKtinds. or f.",' torm: Imivi;t. N?hvil!e. Chsttanrr.Ea atl MmphH. l.r.r.e.o.i (iniin-'s. er .T. tuis. ant .i.mi joun.lfi or 2.1"i ton ef have tKn di-trit.i ted to th ntarkf of the north r-i tral ftat. SPERRY ENTERTAINED. Ctdemibo. Ih-r. 14 Rear A ia:ir;il Slurry, enmmariding t b" Ani-rirn Fltet, railed en fi'-nf-ral Usruirv commander o Pre Brrish Trrp!i Jn Crykn. ibi afi-rnoon and larr at tnd-d a rp-ixV:T arrnrs1 rwrt at l:rh a hundr-l A?rir-tB effserr tI;o were trtsect MAN! I WAN PEOPLE CHEER CASTRO ARRIVED IN BERLIN LAST EVEN ING MET BY COMMITTEE OF PROMINENT MEN. REFUSED AN INTERVIEW Members of Suite Say Castro Sent Message to Kaiser Stating He Had Come to Germany For Medical Treatment. Iierlin, Dec. 1 1. President. Castro j of Venezuela and parly arrived bore i this evening. The train was awaited j by a dense crowd of people w ho had ; Katnereii out of curiosity. No prerau- i lions had been taken to prevent tho j public from crowding the platforms land as the train steamed into the do- ! pot the president was greeted with j shouts of "Long Live Castro." There was a general lilting of hats and i much cheering. I The Veuevuelan charge d'affaires al jlloilin, Senor Veloz -Goltieoa, and i Senor Naclied, consul at. Heriin, and ! other eminent Venezuelans, had great j difficulty in making their way to the entrance ot the car where Castro was standing waiting to descend. As soon as the train came to a standstill Cas- tro stepiiid run uieUiv :ind cordiallv eniliraci.l Vi lo. and Na he,. Th" consul read a short address of wel come and the pr.-s;dcnt appar'TH ! was aliont to reply when another (lain dashed in on tin' opposite .l lorm with such a deafening noise that his effort to speak was in vain. Caetro's Wife Cneered. Further cheering tiroe out as th" ptesideiit's wife and o'her iiii-inli is of his party d' seen d the saloen Steps. They Mien left the sTatiot and found, drawn up outside, sever il motor nr which were oluborateiy der-otat.-d with Venezuelan fla'js. ; these Ihey drove to the hot. 1 Kspia'i- i'le. friliowed b a iiuiiiImt of private motor rars and rabs containing lo ws paper men ami others. 1 lie corrl-ior f the hotel was crowded when tie y urtivid utid a hand srnieV ui the Venezuelan bMini a! Cas'ro, with bis wife. -ntTe.. Ti, pp si l t;t .e-lin-.! i to I-- int t vb ed. I M-tiibers of Castro's suite t,ta;ilj( I thill the l.iesi letlt loot Sent l -pitch I to l.riipi ror WC'iatn rniu iP-rt.estnal I en n.e i, riiuin itoii'ter s'annc Tiiaii fi- 1 ;t 1 reine to C-M.ianv for mr-dicnll t a'j'. t, ;.n ! -r-ssi:,g prot'iun-t hotii 1 : 'e.aj.-s'y. A'-i cr.iing t ),, the :i-,-?. li'j. wf- ! l.- ! -irr . , . the '! - f 'I.-- a; ";re r-f j(n f ne. . fii,..,,, . !- Iti.'rh crni-i t f a' tv a"1-. .;, : if.?.- .a- : r-j '.-ill ! ! (,e:.. Ian 1 I " a r d. n'-r 'y ? r:a-' m s .( h viec. Wl.i'e at 1-arty i.-P-d in if I' CT," the plac-s of inter' s' tomobi'.. trip a! Rhine. ( ,!it;dii tcret in tf... jr Wr-'i ra'ia. ' 1 S : BISHOPS REACH ROVE. Romp w- 1 4 An f :,S'.; ir. tn-i Rteht R-t. Rje:ar-: fn:.--l '''' nih. N h- UTiV'-d tl re t.. O' ! B""h art ia f.o-J i fron. ANNUAL MEETING CIVIC MRS. TAFT, WIFE CF PRESIDENT ELECT, REPORTS ON WEL FARE WORK. COMPERS IS SARCASTIC In Comment on Anti Trust Law Say Other Spcakerr,. Lt.'jic to Prose cution on Admissions Made, Now York, Dec. It. With the ses sion of the Woman's department at which Mrs. Taft, wife of the president elect, presented the report of the com mittee on the welfare work tor gov ernment employes, or which she is chairman, I he National Civic. Fedora tion opened its annual meeting heie Unlay. Morning and afternoon ses sions were held, both devo'ifd to the discussion of the general topic of this annual feathering the promotion of fiiendly relations btwoon employers and employes and the consideration of measures designed fo rthe welfare of working people. The afternoon nic-ctiug, the opening session of the federation proper, was devoted to the discussion of trade agreements, addresses en (he subject STRETCHING OUT THEIR HOLIDAY being delivered by .lohn Mitchell, Herman Kidder, Samuel (Jumpers, .lames M. I. noii ami others. Seth I.OW. National rhainuat), in opening the session, devoted part of a lencthv address to the wo.; done by the fed eratlon and its plans for the tutui. then discussing deniands tor amend nieiits of the Sherman aiiiitin-t lav: John Mitchell, firmer president e' 'he I'njiiil Mine Withers if Amerifi spoke us i h.'ii! man n the !i:i.e acree- lllellt ,ep:u 'ne tit. (Mto M. IMIPz, tormer cliaiini.m of the board of uom r:-.ors of the pnild ing Tia-bs Kinplow-rs As-ocm; tun pr sent..) some friendly criticism I lie 1 1 a - i' a;: re. in. n t . IP riiKin Kidder. president i,t AiiieiiiHti Newspaper Pubbsln-is six i:it ion. discussed the "Hade a' ii A- i iie-n's rd tu-w i-pa per " James M I.vioh. president of International Tv j-orai Siical I : .lame Imncan. fitst vice -i-. - -1 . ; Ann ti' an Fe l tatioti of lbti if ;h. i ' ,i and. and Mi h i 1 ! i;. Incai'-. It'Z Four Ki.iiroad system, ai- 1 er.-, M.e.-, ;, ... I j A. li. ;n r t.-ot,. presidi n' iei...r ,f lti!wav i otone w.i f 1 . ' I won a s'roce te.r-t sr-m- t.t .1 le Rg re. ni ; t. Gofpers Speaks. Sani'e 1 ;-itni ts sat-! i bad ini to hsr t'.- cm .- -;i -e Bi. r-' !,! -f, tr-.i,' m, a-- r t 1 i e;i j . ., rn.ii af- r i ''-tii:i t.i ''. . I ' ft'-!!! ?t e J.'iitfomi ' i I M. -e ..!.;-. t ..f ;.'i, ru -iti m 'i fr''-T la 1 ' i - : if ai, --e' 1 i'.U,! ' ' I n""" - i' h r o'-.r Th;.' I'.'.f i . P.1 : ) TAFT CHEERED AI OPERA HOUSE WAG ONE OF BOX -PARTY AT THE ASTOR THEATRE IN NEW YORK CITY. TALKED WITH KELLOGG At Residence Standard Cases of His Brother, On Oil and Harriman President elect Had Other Callers. Ntvv York. Deo. Tall today received callers at the home Henry W. Taft, am 1 1. l'nsi.loit a number of of his brother, this alteinoo:, attend--d a performaneit at one of tin; uptown theatres. ' i Tuft's most protracted conference of the dav was with Frank II. Kel-: logg prosecuting attorney for tlm government in the Standard Oil com pany and so-called Harrimnn caws. . KeliogB frequently has been men-j ticned for attorney general in Tart's; cabinet. j The pr sident-eleit sail today that1 he i.nd Kellogg had discussed a n u in-1 Per of st'lijeots. among them that of antitrust laws and legislation. Taft sahl today the name of lormcr Coventor Franklin Mur4-hy. of Now Jersey, has been presented to him MONEY. fur a cabinet ' Jersey si natof prominence in ( 'i ngri ssnian position by the New i and other men of the party. Fowler, chairmnii of house 1 committ ,, ; .. I on currency sla'i-ui with ti Crei-'ed ?t 1ha:re. a!t , i -l ol - l.e-atie number patty. '!e- out the i-l ll:ill"te. w:-s- C t ' at ii m vv Pich of In', e object of a bearrv tonUht tit the A t r he attend d w.ih a n is. 'oaning up a box At the end of the lii.-t mi re audience rose an I cm ered --ident elei t for fully half a while the orchestra, phi; d "Star Spangled Pnnnrr." as a similar .1- in m -t ra i n ti; 1 ,e t. roup!. , Vi ith er h. to w ,dcli Tatt r il b smil.ng ami bowitiL'. "h ! e v the lor , .led o p.. i DESTROYS HIS WEALTH Then Dyir M.I! ona re Congratu If-tts Relat ves On Their Escape From Ev 's cf R ches. I.etl- I' 1 t t.h from a if; ,ti : P. t.-toff it',.!-an lk to tev m. that 1 is t: -1 billl i o-ied ' the ' I V j a th j n r- -in i t rn on -. ii of CANNON ENDORSED. ' i Ti rn i'iin. . ndo , u- ti i C; nt a Ihi :;n :-' t Rr pre. l-t'.l'IW R. peb'i except present -v.-. . - ' A H t' : v . of r.itio: I'r.-iie cr t of tOT a. N O LANS IN M S lilt NEWS THAT COUNTRY IS IN STATE OF DEFENSE AGAINST HOLLAND SPREADS FAST. CROWDS CHEER TJOMEZMESSACE f F PRESIDENT But Demand Abandonment of Gov ernment Monopoly In Necessaries Of Life- Ministers Counsel Peace. Cantons, Venezuela, Doe 1 I. --Th-i been fens.-f oily news that (ho republic had placed in a state of national di against Hollard ran through th today like wildfire, and in a few mo- incuts there was an enormous crowd in front of the yellow house, tho exe cutive mansion, to greet Acting Pros idetit Oeimoz. AJiouioz made his way across th" plaza to the yellow house he was received with enthusiasm. The ye! low house was crowded with a turner ous assenililagi Of the most distill- iguii-hed citi.ens of Caracas. S In 'wore made itemandip ',' that all poliM-j jcnl prisoners be set at liberty and that j the existing government nioiioj.oli. be t'bolisde'l. The thi'catened danger from with oul had a dfuible off' rt on the peopb', and (hoy ilemandeil Measure's of pro tection, l-ut at the same time Insist ed upon tho termination of one of the most unpopular courses of l!ie Ciistro administration, the mainten ance of government monopolies in Ihe necessaries of life. ' Foreign Minister Paul replied In behrilf o fthe acting president. Ho ex hurled the people to trust Come, to solve the difficult problem confront ing Vein z.uela today and help hint curry his burden of tremendous re sponsibility. The hostile demonstration at the offices of the HI Constitutional ! evidence of the unpopularily of ('as I t o. FLfEl'S MAGE COST MILLIONS WORLD GIRDLING CRUISE OF AT LANTIC SQUADRON WILL CONSUME $27,500,000 TWO THIRDS OF ENTIRE NAVY. Washington. Dec. if the list, of things l, nils the modern estimate of $l..".l. II At the to that cost mote battle -lil;l. TI, "U Slll'lh It te. t (undress by the navy depart mem t i over repairs to be made In a lium ber of ships dining the Ib-i-al var tluit "ill begin Jul;. 1. next, is not ei n a 1 a-rntelle in r -ompi't i w it.i the cost of Die world's rtt.lliiii: cruise that will nd on Wa -hmutotrs l-i-lhday. During this cruise not less $:;".. ",0". "i will have vanished tie- smoke from the funnels than w ith f Ad the Cl.ie eo-.t s tie n lira I -perr,' s le bulblons and omi'.'in; ing them show that it ."i to maitit.iin auxiliaies a i fnl istituate. al i ut. $17. lo I a tth shi; s n t,i: illtetianee t li a ' xi'in t i eon ...... T':. s i;t - ta'it ia 1 1 v In ti mi ! i.-t Will I"' Sllb The est'iin c ; tt i:-e doi s r that ih-.-t an-! char;:" on a s is not b -s ships vv ill be one at, I a Ion that the o-iiint of tf'an -,. -IOIH lb V f ub. I S t h-tefor,. f I initially ?:'7..".o.i' tes ?n to the ci"-t not include rlrr n id t! uhl nii-n.-.nce a nab!-. lie pot Make c ou:,t o- it of t dV.'v I ! tie.: ' U 0' t ; I. Id ! f 1, RAINEY TO INVESTIGATE! VA -It lrt( Sprrd Ho' d.is -g Njmocr Sc Y o ' cf Pci0"S ci Cimi f. rchast. N t I lav: li i .: i' i e ti-.- I - l r !'-( ' . : s l 1 a i tt ! nmU'e-' ... If st :r icy r th" hoit-Uys infe t;r;':"t! " nuk'n: HR TALKS ON BNWK1 I E MATTER OF DISCHARGE OF NE CRC SOLDIERS BEFORE SEN ATE NEARLY ALL DAY. Recommends Reinrf atement of So-ne D schnrqed Neqro Soldiers if Th:y Will Tell the Trutfi. Washingtin Dve. 1 1 The Ktv w "S ville affair const' mcd nearly tho en tire session of the senate today. For ,'iker obtained the door early in tie il-iv and read letters from f.rr.T.-i r j S(,;i!(,,.K lf ,N, Twenty filth raiment t.MiuK of the procedure of tie gov- ; eminent detectives in attempts to go: confessions from them. Ft raker Introduced an an'e'.idnieitt to Ids original bill for the re-enlistment of thess soliiiers provladlrts thai a commission of three re'b'ed arm e.n'icers 1 e created ti detonirio' i whether the discharged soldi 'is art j itllU eel. ' i f cotc.p'b'iiv in the s.'oo - wr: up of I '- ', asvlde as p. pr reueisi'" : r tl.oir niistuient instead of 1 aving that duty with the presi t t as provided I v the Warner lil. Tim presi h tit's mossag-i on th' ri suits: of the war departuieuCa in vesiigati.iit ol th lirownsville tiff tlr wns road ai d Foraker again t ok the floor to eoiii'iienl upon the messa'ie. fc't nator Carter announced that tis mi now ho would speak uoo l the postal savings bank bill an I wou'd ask that it be made the unfinlshcl htisin. ss of the Sena-- P'tsident's Spec al Mrssag-. To the Senate: I Inclose b. rovvitii a b tt r f in the seet'-tar.e e' war trans;! Itliag a report eif tlio investigation made by Mr Herbert J. Browne, employed bv the doiartiiient In conjunct'tn with Cupt. W. Ii. ltaldwin to iiivost'pa.'n as far as fossible what haopotud lit PiViwnsrHrs m the flth and 1ltii.iV" Aiigi t, I :;. The report and doeu-' mints contain seine Informant n cf grout value and some stat'tient.. that are obviously wotthless. but 1 submit th in In their entirety. Ibis report enables us to f'x wlt'l tolerable ileiiiiitetiess lit h asl stun ' of tl'e criminals who trek the hnol in the nun d"rous shooting of prtvat" ' itiors at Crow nsv ille. It e-duls !i lis clearly the fact th.t tint ooheed soldiers did I ne shot t'tlg : Hit upon this pient fnrt'.r-r teci rd vas unnecessary.' as the fact that tlev relorcl soldiits did Ine shiititig has altimlv been established beyond all pe ssibility o fdoubt. The in v i st I na tion has ii.it gore far enou.'h to em ab'e us to dep-i mine a'l the f i Is, and we will proceed witli it: but it ha-i gone far eiiotiuli to ibf'tnil'i' with su I'licii nt accural y icrtaln facts 'f emu gh Import. nice to ti.ake if ad vi-oible that I pla.-e th er- pi 1 1 tn f' r M'U. It appe.rs that nlmi -( all the nienibi-is if Com;, ir-.y H tu't-t lav" bi en acl.ve'v i,,ncertie, in the sbi thur. lit'-er in tr.e nt nt if being p.n tii ipan'-s or to the oo r t of virtually el-coll! :ll l!usr who were a.-'icipatits. As to Companies I' an i D, ? here can ia- ro t;uc-!i n tilt piaiti.al'v evirv toan in tl "in must h,n dad know ie c t vie i I ing w IS dolll' iV -.1 f--.i I T ii if It T roo. i. ar I IK two It in the vv - Th fleet v I- bv t'p 1 1 ;i - ' t or. r t