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The Spring Tonic
Makes thin, pale, eickly people well and strong.
Cures the bad after effects of this trying epi
demic and restores lost vigor and vitality.
Eczema, scrofula, malaria, pimples, blotches.
Constitution all run down, loss of ambition
and appetite, nervousness, tired and sleepless.
At DrnggUt 50 cents and $1.00 Size
"Invalids' Guide to Health" free-Consultation trea.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binobamton, N. Y.
sold and Recommended by
"7iaa.. Hiermon, IDrvuggrlst,
We're Not Doctors,
Hat if you have
An Aching Void,
We can euro yon. There is noth
ing that will satisfy
The "Inner Man"
lAk a good, game dinner, picked
from our line of choice me its
Everything in season. Call and
$17 TO $21
Yale, - Mich.
Is a big item when you are in a
ihajry. When you are at the Post Of
4ice what is more convenient than to
ortler your Groceries and Meats of us.
We save you Time and Money.
YALE ICE & MILK CO.
D. FERGUSON, Manager,
Will deliver Ice and Milk to residents
of Yale during the season at the fol
Five cents per quart.
25 lbs. I times a week. .9 1.50 per month;
20 lbs. daily, double Saturday, $2.00 per
month; season, S'.UX).
ISIUs daily, double Saturday, $1.50 per
month; season. S.OO.
Special rates to Hotels, Meat Mark
To stop Ice please leave orders at
house. Notify us in case of any neg
Uci on the part of the teamster. Our
firlccs guaranteed as low as the lowest.
The len season Includes the months of
May, .lune .Tuly, August, September
and October; the milk season every
month of the year.
UM k Cl
THE YALE EXPOSITOR
J. A. MENZIES. Pub.
Published every Friday at Yule. Terms:
?l.oo per year in advance.
Entered at the postofllco at Yale as second
class mail matter.
Fuiday, March 27, 189G.
Board of Registration.
The Hoard of Registration of the Township of
1? rock way will lu in session at the olllce of
Supervisor l.othlan In the village of Yale, on
Saturday, April 4th, 181)0, beginning at 0 o'clock
A. M., and continuing until 5 o'clock P. M. All
persons not now registered will have to register
their names to entitle them to vote at the An
nual Township Meeting to be held on Monday,
April (itll, 18!HI. NoitMAN It. llKKIIKKT,
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given tliat at the Annual
Township Meeting of thu Township of Hrockway
to no neuion aioiuiay, April titu, iHiio.tne imiow
lug township olllcers are to he elected, to-wit:
A Sunervlsor: a Clerk: a Treasurer: a Drain
Commissioner; a Commissioner of 1 huh whys; a
Justice of the Peaee.full term; a Member of Board
of Review, a School Inspector; four Constables.
.OHMAN 11. 1 I KKItKKT,
Annual Township Board Meeting.
The Annual Meeting of the Township Hoard
of the Township of Brockwav tor the purpose of
settling with the Township Treasurer and such
other business as may lawfully come before the
meeting, will be held at the otilce of Supervisor
L ithliiu in the village of Yale, Mich., on Tues
day. March 31st, lSixi. beginning at i):00 o'clock
A.M. NOHMAN 11. HKItltKltT,
VILLAGE SOLONS AT WORK.
Allowing Accounts and Transacting Other
Yale, March 12, 1896.
Council met in regular session Pres
ident McColl in the chair. Trustees
present: Iieecher, Uutler, High, Loth
ian and Wharton.
The following bills of account were
reported as correct by the committee
on claims and accounts:
E. li. Needier $ 8 00
James l'earce 2 00
C. It. Holden 2 00
Thomas Kapley 7 00
Thos. Wharton 2 (K
Lute McDonald 2 00
li. M. Lothian 2 00
J. II. High 2 00
Lawrence Uutler 4 00
Moved and' supported that the above
accounts bo allowed and orders
drawn on the treasurer for the sever
al amounts. Carried.
Moved and supported that the bill
of W. II. (Jowan tor ?25 be laid on the
table for investigation. Carried.
Moved by Iieecher supported by
Lottiian that the orhcers be declared
elected as read. Carried.
Moved and supported that the clerk
hold ballot box, the president hold the
key to box, and councilman High the
C. It. Holden, Clerk.
NAME YOUR MEN.
A Republican Township Caucus
A Caucus of the Republican electors
of Brockway township will be held in
the Village Hall, Yale, on Saturday,
March 2Sth, 180(5, at 2:30, (local time),
for 'he purpose of nominating officers
to be elected at the annual spring
election as follows: A supervisor; a
clerk; a treasurer; drain commissioner;
commissioner or highways; a justice ot
the peace, (full term), vice Jno. Sheehy,
i member of board of review: a school
inspector; four constables. A full at
tendance at this caucus is requested.
GOERS AND COMERS.
Personal Paragraphs Concerning Yale Peo
ple and Their Friends.
Itose Lavallo is spending the week
Harry Thorn, of Flint, is on a visit
to friends in Yale.
A. A. Haskell, of Fargo, was in Yale
A. W. Ferguson was in Marlette
Monday on business.
Will Newell is spending a week visit
ing friends in Detroit.
Mrs. A. .1. Ward visited friends at
Avoca the first of the week.
K. O. Urown. of Brown City, visited
at (irant Holden's Wednesday.
W. II. Newcomer visited his wife
and friends at Memphis over Sunday.
Anna Hryce, of Sag!naw, visited
among friends in Yale the past week.
Ed (cy, of Marine City, is the guest
of Henry Johnson and family this
Ulanch Harris has returned from an
extended visit to friends at North
F. E. Andrus, of Ogemaw county.
visited at Mrs. L. 1'. Warner's during
tho past week.
Win. Yanlnwagen, of Richmond,
visited his daughter, Mrs. Frank (iil-
lam, last week.
E. II. Drake and William (Jowan,
attorneys, were in Tort Huron Monday
on legal business.
Miss Mary J. Carson and Mrs. James
Meharg are in Canada on a visit to
friends anil relatives.
Mrs. It. Presley visited her daughter,
Mrs A. E. Ellerthorpe, at Carsonville,
during the past week.
Mrs. Frank Snyder and son Russel,
of ISrown City, were in Yale tho first of
tho week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. needier went to Port Huron
Wednesday to meet Marcia who re
turned that day from Olivet to spend
her Luster vacation.
Misses I'hcobo Roy, Mollie ISrown,
llattie Haves. Laura ISaxtcr. lientley,
and Charles Stewart are attending ex
amination in Port Huron this week.
Property for Sale.
One and three-quarters lot, ono and
three-quarters etory house, located in
village of Yale. Good barn and good
well of water on place. Will sell
cheap for cash. Terms made known
on application. Address, Alex Hell,
In answer to many inquiries niado by
parties who have heard that the M. L.
church officials refused tho use of
their church for tho funeral of the
late Mr. Knowlton, I desire to add
the following explanation.
1. A Mr. Sloat came to mo on Wed
nesday toward noon and requested
tho use of tho church for Sunday
forenoon, stating that the funeral was
to Do conducted by his own pastor.
2. In harmony with the above state
ment I requested him to see the prop
er parties and find out whether the
services could not be postponed until
one o'clock, giying him the reasons
why we felt that this would be prefer
able. At the-same time I requested
him to return and report to me and
in the meantime I would see the
proper committeo on making such
3. Ono member of tho committee
could not be Been before evening; the
other member agreed with me on what
I had said, but of course no definite
action could be taken until the return
of the absent committeeman.
4. On my way back I met Mr. Sloat
on tho street and was informed by
him that it had been decided to hold
the service in his own church.. This
ended all need of farther conference
on our part and all I could do was to
further explain the reason why we
desired that all such seryiccs should
bo held in the afternoon whenever
expedient. All further arrangements
were mado without any reference to
The pastor and officials of the M. E.
church earnestly desiro to be on the
most friendly and helpful terms with
all parties, and to this end they do not
wish to be either misunderstood nor
misrepresented "in this nor any other
matter. A little willingness to ac
commodate is usually an efficient rem
edy against friction and strife.
Pastor M. E. church.
Owing to a misunderstanding which
seems to prevail respecting tho uso of
tho M. E. church for funerals and
other public gatherings, we desire to
respectfully submit the following con
1. At a meeting of the ISoard of
Trustees held March 2d, 18, tho tin
dersigned were appointed a committeo
to have in charge the letting of the
church to outside parties who might
desire to use it for any purpose.
2. For any lecture or entertainment
held tor the benefit ot the public and
not out of harmony with object of thp
church, we were instructed by vote to
allow the use of the church for tho
nominal fee of two dollars, which
hardly covers the expense of heating,
lighting, etc. It being understood
that such use of tho church is not to
interfere with our regular appoint
ments. 3. For funerals held by other
chrches and societies the trustees
freely allow the use of the church
without charge on any day and hour
when not occupied by ourselves.
4. In case of a funeral service on
Sunday it was generally agreed that
tne toiiowing requests are not at all
unreasonable: (a). Whenever expe
dient, we ask that such parties will ar
range to hold their services in the
afternoon, after the close of our
morning services and Sunday School,
which on such occasions wo can close
by one o'clock, lb). In caso it is not
expedient to wait until afternoon,
we ask that the parties will kindly al
low us time to coiner together and
decide the application on its merit.
With the exercise of this slight con
sideration the committee will not bo
found at all unreasonable in making
necessary arrangements. Tho officials
of the M. E. church desiro to serve the
public in ever' way, at tho same time,
a little thougiitfulncss on tho part of
the public. will prevent much unneed-
ed interterenee with our regular work.
Poland China hog for service at the
farm rf John N'nvrll. Hrrifk wnv.
Bred by W. Perry, Hastings. Terms
4' I lr 1 I. At o
Hlllll I'BtMI. lilllO
IvfiOatfE-X- TO X1O.A.ST.
I am prepared to loan money In lame or small
sums on real estate, especially on farm property,
at the rate of 7 and 8 per cent interest, accord
ing to site of loan, Bring your abstract with
you and close t he matter up in one day.
Improved Farms for Sale on Easy Terms.
Elliott, St. Clair Co., Mich
For Sale or Rent
In Township of
0 Miles from Yale. About 120 .teres
improved. Comfortable Home. 2
Hams. Liberal terms to good
Also 40 Acres improved hi
Call on or Address
Things especially nice to re
furnish your parlor, sitting
room, or, in fact, any part of
your house, remember we
are headquarters for House
Furniture, (loods of every
description and at lowest
GOHEEN & CO.
We have never made susli reductions on Heavy Clothing we are making
now. You will never have another chance like it again, so buy and buy now
as they can't last much longer at these prices:
Men's Suits at $12, former price $18 and $20.
Men's Suits at 10, former price 15 and 16.
Men's Suits at 7.50, former rrice 10 and 12.
Boys' Suits at $7.50 former price $10 and $12.
Boys' Suits at 6 former price 7.50 and 8.
Boys' Suits at 5 former price 6 and 7.
F & A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE. No. 316.
Regular communications forlHiffl will
be held on the following Thursday eve
nines on or before the full of the moon
of each month at H o'clock in Masonic hall, Main
street, vale. January . to; Feb. 27; March 2i;
April 2.1; May 21; June 24, 25: July 2.1; August 2;
Sept. 17; October !."; November 111; December 17
and'J". Visiting brethren will receive a frater
nal welcome. A. W. Ferguson, W. M.
John Walk, Secretary. H. II. Menerey. Tieas.
K. O. T. M.
YALK TENT, No. 80.
Regular review every
1st and 3rd Tuesday even
liiKsat7.3ii o'clock Huarp,in
their hall, Lutz block.
Visiting Knights will b
royally received. Members
requested to attend regu
larly. Henry (1. White,
Record Keeper. William
PEERLESS HIVE, 123 L. O.T. M..
Meets tho first and third Ki ldav
' V evening of each month in Macca-
AS V ltf ll:ill lit T .trt n'l'locU
I Janet Alward, R. K.
I. O. O. F.
, A DVANCK LODOE, No. 110.
loufd iiiucv tft'M) v vtiinn it.
Ja Oieir hall In Chamberlain block,
tale. Members of the order are
cordially Invited to attend. J.W. Stratton N.O.
DR. BENJ. CLYNE.
TJ1IYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR.
1 Olllco on Main street, first door south of 1'ost
Olllce, Vale. Olllco hours from 12 to 2:JJ0. Tues
days and Saturdays all day.
DR. WILL H. GOWAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllceover
Holden's diutr store. Inquiries and mes
sages left at Holden's drug store will receive
careful attention. Residence on Main street,
south of IMplcy house. Olllce hours to to ;t and
C to M::io daily, Sundays excepted.
Specialties. Treatment of the
NOSE. THROAT and EAR.
Ml). C. M. Trinity University, M. I. O. M.
. Victoria University, Toronto, Out. Ofllce
and residence Main street in house formerly
occupied by Dr. J. Wells. Olllce hours 1 to 4 p.
G. S. NEY, M. D.
SPECIALTY-SURGERY. Ofllce over Rnck
er's Drug Store. Residence, Cor. 11th and
Howard Sts. Olllce hours: 9 to 11 a. m.; ' to 4
and 7 to 8 p. in. Hell Telephone: Olllce, 101;
Residence 1"j8 3 it. I'ort Huron, Mich.
ATTORNEY and Counselor-nt-Law. Rooms
in the Rapley block. Probate business
and collections promptly attended to.
W. N. ARMSTRONG V. S.&V. D.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST,
Honorary Graduate, Medalist, and Prize
man of the Ontario Veterinary College of Toron
to Canada. Diseases of all domesticated ani
mals treated on the latest se.ientille principles.
Calls by day or night promptly attended. Olllce
open day and night. Olllce 1st door north of
Will Lennon's Drug Store.
nXINSORIAI. ARTIST, Yale. If you want a
L first class hair cut, shave, shampoo or sea
foam, don't fail to give him a call. Charges
CEO. H. BROWN. D.D.S.
DENTAL ROOMS. Stewart P.lock, Port Hu
ron. Latest modes of operatinginchiding
bridge work or artilicl.il teeth without plates.
GEO. W. BELL,
AUCTIONEER, Yale. Real estate, personal
property or any kind of ffltles nroinptlv at
tended to. i irders left at the Ex rusrroit olllce
will receive prompt altention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
AUCTIONEER. Peck, Midi., is prepared to
attend all kinds of sales on short notice and
at reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited,
orders sent either by mail or telephone to Dr.
Toal at Peck will bo promptly attended to.
A GENERAL INVITATION Is extended to
all to call and see me when in town. Good
accommodations for commercial travelers and
farmers. A choice selection of wines, liquors
and cigars always on hand. Thomas Rapley,
$1.00 13 Weeks $1.00
The New York Illustrated News
Is a Sixteen Pntro Newsnaner.lsstied evcrvThnrs-
day, which will be mailed, securely wrapped, to
any address in t he United States, for thirteen
weens, on receipt n uxk ooli.ah.
The New York Illustrated News liasnocon
nectlon whatever with any other publication.
Newsdealers and subscribers are cautioned
A i.inerai Discount ailowcn 10 rost Masters,
Agents, and Clubs. Sample copies mailed free
All communications must be addressed
ARTHUR T. LUMLKY.
a Park Place New York.
Higer fi Sons,
Take advantage of the
offering you will have only
orders Receive Promnt Attention,
fn effect November 24. 1895.
WEST. STANDARD TIMK. EAST.
302 I 308
A a. Hay City i,Y.
MAIN LINK KAST
Leave Saginaw 12:00 m. Arrive at Flint 12:53
i. m., Holly 1 :20 p. M., Detroit 3:10 p. Toledo
MAIN LINK WEST
Leave Saginaw 4:45 p. M. Arrive at Midland
8:29 P. M.,Mt. Pleasant 7:00 p. m., Clare 6:34 p.
M., Evart 7:28 p. M., Reed City 7:55 p. M., Hald
win 8:45 P. m., Ludinuton 10:00 p. m., Manistee
10:25 P. M.
Connecting at Ludington with Steamer for
Milwaukee (during the season of navigation),
making connections for all points West and
Sleeping and Parlor Cars between Bay City,
Saginaw and Detroit.
Connections made at Port Huron and Detroit
In Union Depot for all Points South, Canada
and the Eiut.
Eor further information see time table of this
F. A. GRISWOLI). Agent. Yale.
COLLEGE, Port Huron, Mich.
The best equipped Business College In the West.
For circulars giving particulars, address
J. R. GOODIER. President.
G.&G.T.R.R.and Gd. Trunk lines.
PORT HURON TO DETROIT.
DETROIT TO PORT HURON.
X X X X
a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
Detroit ....leavo 7 55 loir, i or, a i
Mt. Clemens arr 8 50 ll 02 2 08 4 43
IDOX " 9 20 11 24 2 55 5 15
Pt Huron.. " 9 55 11 55 3 35 5 50
PORT HURON TO CHICAGO.
DURAND TO D.&M. and C.S.&M. STATIONS.
...leave 9 40
arrive 10 50
" 11 ".0
.Ar've lo (hi io oo
11 00 11 40
12 50 12 50
(Jd. Rapids "
CHICAGO TO PORT HURON
Chicago.... leave 8 40
Battle Creek ai r 3 40
I inlay City..
Pt Huron.. .
1 00 7 30 12 05
a.m. a. m p.m.
pour iiurox to the east.
D D X X X
fi.in. a.m. n . in. p.m. p.m.
Pt Huron. .leave 1 15 7 50 it oo 12 K) 4 20
London. ..arrive 4 ihi it to 220 5 40 7 50
Hamilton ' 11 10 2 52 5 35 0 ;;n
Niagara Falls" 7 30 4 17 7 22 7 50
BulValo.... " ."Ml 5 20 8 55 8 55
Stratford " r, 25 4 oh . ...
Toronto.. x 15 5 25 7 40
Montreal . " 8 15 7 35 7 35
p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
FROM THE EAST TO PORT HURON.
Trains arrive at Port Huron from the Southern
Division of (!. T. R'y :
D X D X D
3 30 8 50 II 40 3 50 7 55
a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.
Trains arrive at Port Huron from the Northern
Division of O. T. Ry:
2 10 p.m. c 15 p.m.
D means Daily; X, Dally Except Sunday.
W. E. DAVIS, G. P. & T. A.,Chlcugo.
Tlieso companies have the lowest rates to all
points East and West selling through tickets
over all connecting lines in tho country; also
ocean M.imshlp tickets to and fnom Europe in
connection. Write to me for particulars.
C, Ft. CLARKE,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, Port Huron.
Union Ticket Office, 310 Huron Ave., Phon 18,
also at Tunnel Station, Phone 251-3 Rings.
if , 1 .iff f mimiw !!! wwm
Great Bargains we are
yourself to blame.
Opposite- First National Exchange 13ank.
pROBATE NOTICE KOU HEARING CLAIMS
State of Michigan, County of St. Clair, ss.
Notice Is hereby given that by an order ol tho
Probate Court for the County of St. Clair made
on the 27th day of February, A, D. lstXi, six
months were allowed for creditors to present
their claims against the estate of Simeon Hamil
ton, late of said county, deceased, and that all
creditors of said deceased are required) to pre
sent their claims to said Probate Coiu-tnt the
Probate Olllce, In the City of Port Huron, for
examination ami allowance, on or bt-ljore Mm
27th day of August next, and that such claims
will be heard before said Court on Monday the
25th day of May, and on Thursday, tlJ 27th day
of August next at ten o'clock In tne forenoon ot
each of those days.
Dated, February 27th, A. D. 1890.
JOHN L. ULACK,
45-4 J udge ot Probate.
gTATE OF MICHIGAN.
The Circuit Court for the County ot St. Clair
Albert J. Smith, I
Julia T. Smith, j
Suit pending In the Circuit Court for the Coun
ty of St. Clair in Chancery at Port Huron on the
25th day of February, A. D. im.
It satisfactorily appearing to said court by
afudavit that the above named defendant Is not
a resident of said state but resides in the City o
Chicago, in the State of Illinois. On motion of
William Balrd, Comivlainant's Solicitor, it is
ordered that the said defendant appear, plead
answer or demur in said cause within four
months from the date hereof, and that In default
hereof the bill of Complainant herein shall bo
taken as confessed.
And it Is further ordered that within twentv
days from the date hereof the said Complainant
cause a copy of this order to be published in The
Yale Expositor, a newspaper, printed, publish
ed and circulated In said county, and that tho
said publication be continued therein at least
once fn each week for six successive weeks or
that he cause a copy of tills order to be person
ally served on said defendant at least twenty
days before tho time above prescribed for her
Dated, Marcli 4th, A. D. 100.
SAMUEL W. VANCE.
WM. BAIRD, Circuit Judge.
Complainant's Solicitor. 45-7
Whereas default having been made in the pay
ment of money secured by a mortgage dated tho
5th day ot January, A. D.IS92, executed by Ed son
R. I uhnage of the town of Berlin, St. Clair Co.,
Michigan, toOrilla M. Dulmage, of the town of
Berlin, said county hiid State, which said mort
gage was recorded in the olllce ot the Register
of Deeds for the county of St. Clair and State of
Michigan, In liber 54 01 mortgages on page 459,
on the 25th day of May. A. I). ind4, and whereas
the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage
on the day of tills notice is the sum of
Five Hundred and Thirty-Seven Dollars
and Ninety-Two Cents, ($537 92), princi
pal and interest, and the further sum of
Twenty-Five Dollars (925.00) as an attorney fee,
and which is the whole amount claimed to be
due and unpaid on said mortgage; and no suit
or proceeding having been Instituted at law to
recover the debt now ccured by said mortgage or
any part thereof whereby the power of sale con
tained In said mortgage has become operative.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given
that by virtue of said power of sale and
in pursuance of the statute in such caso
made and provided the said mortgage will be
foreclosed ny a sale of the premises therein
described at public auct ion to the highest bidder
at the front door of the Court House In the
city of Port Huron In said County of St. Clair,
Michigan, on the 16th day of Mav, A. 1). isiMi, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon ot that (lav. Said
premises are described in said mortgage as
follows: All that certain piece or parcel of land
situated In the town of Berlin, in said County
and State aforesaid and described as follows, to
wit : The east half of the cast half of south-east
quarter of Section twenty-live (25) town six (6)
north of range thirteen (13) east, containing
forty acres of land more or less.
OR1LLA M. DULMAGE.
AVERY BROS. & WALSH, Mortgagee.
Attorneys for Mortgagee. 41-13
State of Michigan.
Tho Circuit Court for tho County of St. Clair
Joseph Effrlck, Complainant.
John D. Gniinell, Rebecca Crinncll,
William W. Grinnell, Margret .1.
(irinnell, Robert II. Menerey and
A ..lift AI..111.1..V llo Inn. I. mtu I
Iii pursuance niid by virtue of nr order and
decree of the Circuit Court, lor the County of St.
"", n V" nncnigaii,
made and dated on the 211th day of November
ISH5, in a certain cause therein pending, where
in Joseph EtTriek Is Complainant, and John D
Grinnell, Rebecca Grinnell. William W. Grln.1
nell, Margret. J. Grinnell, Robert II. Menerey
and John Menerey are Defendants.
Not ice is hereby given that I shall sell nt pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at the front
door of the Court House In the City of Port
Huron and State of Michigan, said Court House
being the place for holding the circuit Court for
the county of St. 'lair, on Monda v the 3oth day
of March, isnii, nt one o'clock in 'the afternoon
all or so much thereof us may be necessary to'
raise the amount due to the said Complainant
for principal. Interest mid costs In this cause of
the following described parcels of land, to-w'if
All tho certain pieces or pa reels or land situated
in the Township of Broekwav, County of st
Clair, and State of Michigan and described as
Lots number thirty-eight (3H) and thirtv-nlne
(310 or Mary White's mhliton to the Village "of
Brock way Centre, now Yale, Michigan, together
with the luiildings. .machinery ami tool a belong
ing to the foundry business t hereon situated
I n making the said sale the said lot number
th rty-nlnc Cm) above described, will be first
sold, and If Hint be not suulclcnt lo pav said
principal. Intel est and costs, then the Mild lot
number thirty-eight (38), above described, will
be next sold lo pay the balance due, with inter
est and costs, In accordance with the terms or
Dated this 12th day or February, Isihi.
.i ,. . ALEX. MOORE,
( Ircnlt Court Commissioner in and for said St
H A I IV E V TA I P A N ' 1 ' Ui U 1 '
Solicitor for Complainant. 41-7