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DAILY CAPITA!. JOUIIKAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DKOimiHiK U(i, 1007.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL 10. HOFER, Ed. and Prop. A.n Independent Newspaper DoTotod to American Principles and thcTrogrcM and Dovclopetnout of All Oregon. rubllnliod Kvery Kvonlug Except Sundoy, Sftlcm, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, (Invariably In Advance.) Dally, :by owkr, por year W.W) Por month flOo Dally, by mail, por year- 4.00 Per month 3fxj Weekly, by mall, per year 1.00 Six months 60o N rPl SPECIAL DELIVERY. For coavonlonco of subscribers branch dolivory offices aro estab lished at tho following places at 35 cents per month, $1.00 fqr throo mont'. ... , Asylium Store, F. G. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avonuo Junction. Carllno, Seventeenth street o A. W. Lane, Garden Road storo. Dauo'B Storo, Alex, Dauo, South Commercial street. , Electric Storo, O. M. Epploy, East Stato stroot. Fair Grounds Storo, Harrison Dee, Fair Grounds Road, i HowolPs Corner, Twelfth and Cross streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Engleba t, Twelfth street. Wheeler's Storo, "W. D. "Wheoer, Highland avenue. Yew Park Stom. F. G. Bower ox. Twolfth and Leslie. . r HE HAD HIS DOUBTS. Thoro Is hope ovon for so promising a politician as George C. Drown oll, of Clackamas County, being allowed to poko his head nbovo water, IF THE GREAT AXI MIGHTY VAX TAKE A $!fl,000 TUAWLH. It Is saddening, but Bhould not bo dlshenrtononlng, to thoso of us who hnvo but a small glimmering of honesty and Integrity and vlrtuo that tho groatest and mightiest preacher or polltlclal Purltunlsm has boon caught "In flagrante dollctti." Lot us know that wo aro all but mortals. ' AUOUT THE PRODUCER. (Cont'uued from pago one.) I am no longer young, nnd tho looks that I had I havo .thought wero perceptibly waning; . They aro not what thoy wore, I bollovo, as a lad, But It may be some -charm I'm gaining. Now that girl In tho car sho was taken, I think, And .thoro mntst havo boon somo reason why, But I wlBh that I know was It really a wink, , Or a small speck of dust In hor oyo? I m not so much bent when I t hrow out my chest, And my baldness my derby quito covers, , Arid my wrluklcs aren't deep and It Isn't a Jest That Bonio girls profor mlddlo-nged lovers. It would not bo so strange. Sho wns certainly pink, As sho would bo a mnldon, and shy, But I wish thnt I know was It roally a wink, Or a small speck of dust In hor oyo? No, I did not prosumo; I averted my gazo, Not to lay mysolf open to flouting, For It called for somo ncrvo, which I couldn't quite ralso, As hor motive I had reason for doubting; And at times, ovon now, my poor spirits will sink, When I'll hoavo n dlsconaolnto Blgh, ' "When I fool olmost certain It wasn't a wink, .But a small speck of dust In her eye. MR. HENEY'S CAMPAIGN, IN ORlJCOX. ' for the dovolopmont of WoBtorn Oro ' gon. This vulloy can support two I million population in comfort nnd af- advortisor is a high-class artists In fluonce, AND VS SHOULD MAKE tho uso of language and tho ombol- VN' WT TO LAND AT LEAST llshment thereof. FIFTY THOUSAND HOME-SEEK- "HOWEVER, IF ONLY ONE- H" THIS COMING YEAR. Wo HALF IS TRUE (AND THERE IS hnvo 8 tnoro facts to our credlt NO REASON TO DOUBT THE aa a farming nnd fruit-growing soc WHOLE), IT CERTAINLY SMACKS tlon than any vftlIy ,n uo world. OF IMHECILITY FOR ONE TO 0w of tht' World's Great Valleys. SPEND ONE'S LIFE IN THIS Tl10 Broat movomonts or populn- COUNTRY OF UNSETTLED, UN- Uon ,n tho United States at present CERTAIN CLIMATIC AND CROP ARM FOR THE OCCUPATION OF CONDITION'S. iTIIK RICH AND FERTILE VAL- "If tho majority of tho people of liKVH, Tho Hod Rlvor valley of the Central West could but bocomo Cnnndn, tho San Joaqulu valley and Interested In tho Inducements of- tho Sacramento valley of California, forod thorn in tho PncHlo. Const pnnn- tho Irrigated valleys of tho arid try, not only in dollars ami cents tateu, aro all attracting Immlgra- but in honlth-glvlng ozone In "u. uul J,ue i mem cun noiu a scenic grandeur and tho hearty re- candle to tlio Wllalmotto valley of sponslvo wolcomo of tho tmto West- Oregon In variety and richness of orn spirit thoro would bo a rush of products. Tho baro, naked fucts of jhomesookors who would bo highly Production In tho Wlllamotto valloy (appreciative of a locality so supremo- for tho past year would startle tho ly favored and forever bless tho day world Into a grenor appreciation that ongendored the nervo to mnko OF WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER t1 change. THE HOME-SEEKER. Wo can only THE WRITER, WITH OTHERS, Sot t"oso fncts by asking the pro WILL CAST THEIR LOT IN THE ducor himself to mnko thoso Btnte WILLAMETTE VALLEY ERE monts ovor his nnmo und poBtoffico SPRINGTIME COMES AGAIN, nnd address, and let tho producer vouch with our gontlo prosjuro will loavo for tho facts prosentod. Then It Is no stono unturned to Induco our "ot somebody elso tolling about Inolghobrs to follow iu to a land of things, HUT THE PRODUCER, THE poaco ami ueauiy. nuiu txmt uiii.uaiiv up xiim win- Should liu Armed With VnctH. .IiAMKTTK VALLEY TELLING ITS Tho writer of the abovo Is n man OWN STORY. Olvo ub tho facts of of more than nvorago Intelligence production und then lot ms all tako and understanding. But ho has only hold and clrculnto them. Send 'gcnornl Impressions and gonernl thoso facts to this ofllco. Wo havo information illicit our country. IF employed J. R. Shopnrd to canvass HE COULD HE MADE FULLY ror facts In tho eight countlos of this AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITIES valloy. OF PRODUCTIONS IN THIS RE Kind of Stntuineiits Wanted. Hero aro a few samples of tho GION ho would bocome so enthus!us tie that Instead of hlmlf and a few It Is announced In tho papers that Mr. Francis J. Honoy will coma of his neighbors coming horo, thoro kind of facts that nro wanted: to Oregon nftor and convicting a few moro land-fraud dofondants, ho would bo a train-load of homesook-, From 10 noros of VETCHES I will mako a campaign to dofcat Senator Fulton. ors from his county hwidod for tho nottcd from hay nnd soed $ 1,000. J. If Mr. Monty has Bpoclilc facts that refloat upon Senator Fulton In his Wlllnmotto valloy. Tho hundredth It ghopnrd Zena public oaroor HE OWES IT TO THE CAUSE OF GOOD GOVERN- part- has not boon told about THE ' ,dUf, pWftr(lH' of 30o btiBhols of IKNT TO GIVE THEM TO THE PUBLIC. ACTUAL PRODUCTIONS OF THIS nurbank POTATOES from one ncrc. It is probably tho program to lot tho, accusations or reflections REGION. It Is tho fncts of produc- yjt Wt wnlkor Salem. ngalnBt Fulton leak out on tho trlnls of Hall and Herman, that Mr. tlon that finally detormlno men who picked lloOO liiH. of Oregon Honoy will conduct at Portland. nro going to mnko their living out champion .GOOSEBERRIES from That tho Portland proas will holp Bprond IiIh information no ono can of tho soil. Wo havo gathorcd tho j a ncros. Sold for 2 por 100 to doubt, beoiuiBo the disposition In Oregon scorns to bo to glyo public mon facts In pnrt, but wo havo only bo- cnnnCTy nil in.yonr contract A tho womt of It, EVEN AT THE HANDS OF A STRANGER. gun tho work, nnd from this day on yor(,ior m. l, Salem. If Mr. Fulton has boon guilty o f any mliconduct or violation of lnws tho Capital Journnl will loavo noth-, Sold ' two "'four-year-old HORSES ho should not bo uhloldod by tho pross of Portlnnd or of the rost of tho ing undono to got at lonst ono thous- JnBt BUmmor for $700. L. F. Cnva- stato. and stntomonti nbour tho products nmigh Tumor. Ho should bo sot nildo as a candidate for Sonntor, If Mr. Honoy ot tho soil of tho Wlllnmotto "vnlloy w'sold $10 worth Northern Snv enn prove DELINQUINCIKS 1'NBECOMING TO AN ASPIRANT FOR and then lot lis all unlto to place APPLES from ono troe last fall. THE FAVORS OF THE PEOPLE. But Mr. Fulton will not be Justified In allowing himself to be driven out of tho race for ro-eloction by mero Insinuation. Ho owtM It to hlmsolf and to tho Republican party and to the great our country will thorn boforo tho people of tho middle AIort Rowlnnd, m fl Sftlom weet WHILE THEY ARE STILL BY p ,,0 rjovornor Wood THEIR WINTER FIRESIDES, when CMERRY troo has yloldod an avor- be ooverod with ago of BOO lbH. a your. J. It. Shop- stato thnt ho repronentii .TO STAND UP AND DEFEND HIMSELF blooming flowori, our flocks, will bo nj( 55in(U AGAINST MEKIC I'OLlTiUAii im IOURNALISTIU uu i'ii(Ti(. m Knoe-aotp in groon pnsiuro, nnd our, j ,0lc;ilt ton noroa CHERRY or EVEN WAOTIONEL CALUMNY. . orohnrd will be In bloom. Could cxmA for niBOo and first yoar Tho "Orogoii boot" stylo or politic ought to bo a tiding ot tho past Mr. Bowling hnvo lived through ono qq-j) a0 $1700 worth. Enoa and tho prow? and tho public mon of tho stato ihould not tako up light- year honco, and could ho hnvo seon proann Marlon, ly with ncousntlonu against promlnont mon. all tho various products In all tholr Wo a'0jd llR' wortn htraWBER- Unlo8 Mr. llenoy has very plain and Indisputable faots against Mr. stngos of growth and maturity, he R,j.;s oft. ouo ncro inat'yonr. C.L. Fulton wo proiuot Hint soniuor i-uuon win no noio 10 ioko oaru 01 nun- wouiu say, "wny nave 1 not ima wavor T lbortv aonse enough to got Into such a 0ur GHAi.ES, Burgundy and Rlos- country uoiorer Aim mat is wiiai lwindroda of thousands will say when wo placo tho plain, unvarnlshod facts my co-operation In every way possl- Tho Wlllamotto Valloy Dovolop. moue Leaguo can securo tho nsslst anco of all tho largo transcontinen tal railroads In circulating literature for this groat valloy as a whole and thoy will add thousands of dollars to tholr Incomes from passenger business by circulating tho facts of production about this region whon wo havo them ready. Got tho facts for us and wo havo the mnchlnory ready and waiting to nut thnm i circulation. Help Uh to Got FnctH. Tho plnln truth, told In .. r words, even If .tho yield bo onlv moderately largo, but yielding a good return for Inbor or Investmont wm convinco nnyono that this roclon will Bttrpass liny roglon on tho fnrn of the oarth In variety and bIz0 of crop3. Wo oxpoct to send out 100,- uuo copies of this literature TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES AND BOARDS OF TRADE WANT THESE FACTS. On tho buck of UiIb shoot will bo Oregon prod-ucos a greater va- rloty than nny other stato, and The Wlllamotto valloy beats any other part of tho stato In richness and variety of products. Wo want tin nvalancho of fncts that will bring people by thousands. Will you assist ub by asking far mers, gnrdonors, fruit nnd stock groworB, etc., In your neighborhood for nny facts that will holp tho pros poctjvo settlor to docldo In favor of your Boctlon? An Increased population moans bottor bcIiooIb, bottor roads, moro factories, bettor markets, BETTER TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES SMALLER FARMS AND GREATHU PROSPERITY. Wo want ovcry soctlon of tho Wll lamotto valloy properly roprosontod. Mny wo dopond upon you to boo thqt your section Is not neglected? Try nnd mnll as oarly nB conven ient ns ninny statements ns you can --Btntoinonts thnt will boar Invoatl gntlon. o That's HI ! I Cough yourfiolf Into a fit of Bpngms nnd thon wondor why you don't got woll. If you will only try a bottle of Ballard's Horohound Syrup your cough will bo a thing of tho past. It Is n posltlvo euro for coughs, Infl" onzn, bronchitis nnd all pulmonary diseases. Ono bottlo will convinco ,fou at your druggUt, 2Cc, COc, $1. Sold by D. J. Fry. Lr- ! MNTA GLAUS AT ; ASYLU court 1 Journal Says, "For Simon." The Portlnnd Jonirnnl Is authority that ox-Sonator Jmioph Simon la about to uuuounco hlniHelf us a oan dldnto for tho Unltod Statos sonata. Mr. Simon Iu no amntour In polltlos In this tnt. For a numbor of yonrs he practically dictated tho policy of tho ropublloan party of tho slnto, but 11 fow years ago ho mot hlR Wnt- orloo, and It waa supposod that ho had withdrawn from tho political field pormnnontly. solf In a debato or any othor oncountor with Frnnols J. Honey. ling, nottod us 800 gnllons wlno por noro. Wllholm Krnmor, Mt. Angel. Bnncht 40 ncros of lion land for For many yoars a groat Journalist at Portland has boon in the liablt i1 8noak for thmselvoa boforo $l30o. First orop paid for v It THE GREAT AND ONLY HAS FAILEN. . of roferrlng to the country press as a 1 otof little predatory hat-paeeora, tnom bentlng upward to conditions for what thoy could got. j Not many of tho odltors hnvo osrapod holng called moro or lew orazy Devolon- v Thomas Holman, Eola, I dug upwards of 300 bushels of off 6 noroa. J. W. Myor, Dallas Campaign for FnclH 1 no wiiiamouo vauoy hv snolLi nt iB.iat. and this writer has boon denomlnntod arratlo. a wild mont Lon8 s take "P tho worK, Pink0(1 ton biiBhola Encllsh WAL man, AND OTHER EUPHONIOUS TERMS. of sathorlng tho fncts of production NUTS from ou0 trQ0 nnd Bold for Abovo all. tho groat Portland odltor has constantly kept hlmsolf glued ror im Brftnu rBon, and during ?5 40 por nu-h0(i. Frank DIom, Sa- 011 on tho rocks of superior morals, vlrtuo and integrity. nwi uuiuuu Lu.uuuuub a a ium , Whno tno ftUovo statements of Marlon and Polk of just ns strong obtained from each top or the nltludlnous tripod, tho throo logs of which wore plantod """ o pioposo 10 pnuusn a lem m g tho rocks of superior morals, vlrtuo and integrity. special edition containing AT LEAST , Wh0 t,,0 ftUoy rtwt of tho public mon of tho stnto havo all boon kept In a lot by ' iwvn.n via tw " mn factr aro confined to . as a kind of cholco collection of garbage made up of equal "" " 1,,,'1"""i viu.- countc3 hundrods Im .or thliutH. UhiiN ami IniuljiralilM'iH. 1,,'a "'"uwoiow 411m iw.uiwn. Rtfomonfa onn h Tho themsolvos lUtl' 4 ' ' nr. 4 .. -., i . " Tho only truly olovatud man and master of men nbove all selfish , . . " ".""'"" of tho eight counties In tho Wlllnm- consldoratlons who worn Id novar stoop to run after an offlco or do any- ful,y w"at w0 "nal1 P"0'18" from otto vajioy nnd wo il0p you wjjj see thing that would not stand tho tost of the ton Ten Commandments was tllU0 t0 tl,no ou th,a subJect " Blvo tQ ,t Umt thoy nr0 BOut to th!a omco tho aforoBald Portland editor. & co-oporatlon along WK ARR GQIXO TO C0niLE Somo rocont publlontloiyt hnvo torn tho miorod white robos of Im- th llno ot nla work wh,ch wo bBh,000 SUCH STATEMENTS OF niauutato purity off tho Grand Lama of Orogon odltors and politicians 13V0 l3 tho Kroatost over undertaken PA0T AND CIRCULATE AT LEAST 5 '100,000 COPIICS to bring Immlgra- m& and HE IS REVEALED IN THE LIGHT OF A COMMON OFFICE CHASER. Publications mado In tho prose of tho stato, which aro not dented. by that ho luuthorizod othors, and parsons close to hlmsolf as busi ness nconta. to nurohnso n little bauble callod a sonntorshin. ForRVmblUIo pockotploco of $2G,000, ono of thoso agonts waa au thorized foTjiyphothecnto cortaln votos nnd dollvor cortnln 0IIIC03 sup posed to bo controlled for dolivory tto nnothor man, TO LAND THE HOLIER-THAN-THOU EDITOR IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE. This, and much moro In tho way of spoolllo statements surrounding tho attnmptod transaction, have boon ptibllahod in a numbor of uows papers In finch a wayvAS TO L.EAVE NO ROOM FOR ANYTHING BUT ADMISSION OR DENIAL. j And thoy havo not bon denj&cl. No ono has been sued for llbol. No ono has boon excommunicated. Wo, all still Hv, hroatho and have our n)ornlng mo'uls served to uso on tho kltohon table. j But tho anoaklng vonallty of the country pross, tha low standards of tho gonorally corrupt Orogon politicians, stands rovonled In a now, light- IT HAS ALL 1H3EN ECLIPSED AND PUT ON THE SHELF BY. A MASTER ARTIST. But nro wo to lose all confidonco In humanity bocause tho bloom has ! boon hnushed off tho maldon vlrtuo of one groat and mighty Intellect? Wo 'uniioratrappera and llttlo fellows, who aro glad to live at any price, nnd who will accept potatoo3 and cordwood to boost candlates, ARE NOT DISCOURAGED. If one bo great and superior, whoso stern morality has always como at ns dally from tho tall tower like a blast out of a refrigerator In July, can fall, WHY NOT 8MALLER AND WEAKER BEINGS ERR? Bank Accounts for Christmas Presents You can give nothing mora practical to tho boys and glrla for Christmas than ono of our savings bank books with an In itial deposit of ono dollar or moro euterod to tholr credit, and boarlug tholr name on tho outside. It will help and encourage them -to save money a habit which will bo valuable to thorn all their Uve3. Savings hint Capital National Bank tlon to Western Oregon. Wo want you to help iu circulate thoso 100, 000 FACTS OF PRODUCTION, 1 V Have Noglcctcd tho Facts. I One of the most prominent rail road officials in tho northwest writes to tho prosldent of tho Wlllamotto Development Loague asfolhews: I Portland, Dee. 23, 1907. Col. E. Hofor, Salem, Orogon. 1 Dear Sir: I am very much Intor ostt'd In your Jotter sotting forth your plans for advertising tho entire Wlllamotto valloy by collecting tho facts of production and letting them speak for themselves. I believe the I undertaking will bo productive of Immonso benefit to tho Wlllamotto SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE LONG AGO. Ever since I havo been In Oregon I havo folt as though that magnuicont aomain Known an oyer .tho civilized world as tho Willamette valley HAD BEEN NEGLECTED. .1 wish you every success In your j labors, and hasten to assure you oft Constipation and bad blood are twins, kill pooplo Inch by lnoh; snp llfo nwny. Holllstor'a Rocky Moun tain Toa rollevo constipation nnd bnd blood. 3Ge, Tea or Tnblots. For salo at Dr. Stono's store. Had Thick Skull. Dospondent bocauso of 111 health, George Bowles, of this city, attempt ed to ond his llfo yesterday during tho noon hour, whllo in tho "Flxlt" shop on Court street. Ho fired a bullet straight nt his forehoad, but it flattoned against tho skull and did no particular damage to any thing but tho bullet. Pendleton Trlbuno, Dec, 24. Now Corporations. Dufsir Orchard Land Company; principal office, Dufiir, Oregon; cap ital stock, $10,000; Incorporators, P. W, Knowles, George W. Johnston, H. C. Dodds and C. II. Stoughton. Multnomah Iron Works; principal ofllco, Portland, Oregon; capital stock $25,000: Incorporators, Edwin E. Thomns, II. M. Thomas, E. R. Thomp son and F. E. Thompson. A,o. Append nt 0llf, , ""J From aii . r ,aWtl Hushes,. ,u;pot'iia tl,otllCt ! many diir... . s nl in 8nmo bright ,,, b,lt l wards of tho state 1' 8e a9yUm ther e i tn.. m... " v' ."ICHlllMu &!rAag ,,,,B,u' w ho hurt . .i:- ni.nn.n. .. . -- I'ltKs 1 r;;"".B "ol a ,r: una many a hmt glowed or and thrrti,i, .... ?loweltvJ invn n...i .... u" aBl Kit - ,,, "uau,-u wan picas-are. it red up a, Bant r... " wont the rounds of ..? (trlbutod tho gift,. ThtoSSl :3 o'clock thn i!'?erw' jwontoutand; " ichapol. to tho delight ol til 3 ntendent Calbreath neau uSS , . ""ai",as among the u4 ahould be a pleasant one, lovb rotnombered. nn,i h ....,.; , . ' -"- uv 'WJ7I IVUUUll. 1 At the State Prison. Thorn u-o. . . w """ " wmiCtllH? ernry program at tho itiuM.L ChrlBlmM by tho prison cft1 miorsporseu with rctltitioji t (Hongs. Tho StahvatQuitttU! cuy, ioa by Dr. H. C. Eplej, i niu iiiiBunurj wun tOBtn9 songs, that, as usual, were kJ I over and over, until the dlrttlotJ 11 ii). r. Sollcck ani PrDos Qt nun ut. nerro made short iit Airs. souccK and a comoh!( i Indlos dispensed a glass ol i mado Jolly to each of theprlmai carry to his coll. At Other InitltutJoM, At tho stato reform scswllfcui Mr. Loonoy and the eajlsjuW a mirprlso for tho bon Hindi of parlor dccoratlom. t:l 1 pi .two-story windmill, Hit itu;! oloctrlc lighted arDi,aOif , poured Old Man SibUiULii chlovous kid. be&rlnr di t tf tho boys. Thoro wyi8(Mftf ton by tho officials, iMfiiyrftta rocolve.1 prosents toe s ul frlonds. They veW OAteui hot number, and HW M como oftonfr. At the mute iciooi 5tt"4 1 down a real chlmnr iM hjW .lnwii nrnsanti f mm t ' Ml f8 Inu Mini win oad d ("into tha llml.g. There w l gram, n hlg dinner ad j4 tsbtj ll Rruimd. Thefhip n,.,i uniinthoevesloiJlrM, iTIIUnglmst allowed tH 'M- 1. ...nrr with CifllOU I At the state Institute for U Superintendent andMn" fln tro and garaM, l''',KI and gatnw and a dlsw ' nothing left undone W rtw ptosenco of the real w -hearts of all. About DlsHa' . a. ,ntftr ol i t is not u" u 1 taken Mi IW---0, asslmliatea iw - ttwle vitality to ii I feftsSJ lam-a boiu - wl invigorate me . . enable them to perfw J tlons. Thereu 1 your food, ncrea7 ' $ij weight. l.jU clear neao. r.. -- ., free. For le at ur store. . Tv,fiialP Sherman Miles, 01 'V, Chrlstma3 with his rjJJ-, Judgo ana w PILES M . .n(Tr.,l nllh nllai tor thirty ill I"" year bo Ul April I bBn Uklnis Cirrel lonttlDatlon. I11 tho coune of a week 1 pqlta One lor uTi thepllea boen to disappear and at tno " r!ll week thoy did not trouble mo ,": "fj'" hare done woudera forme. I atu ?''',J'"U "a (eel like a new wan," George Kryder, Hapoleou. A m 5 est Tor r jjw TheDoweis CANOVCATMAimC euaat. Palatable. Potent. Ta ertilekea, Weaken orOrlpe, I In balk. The cenulno tabl, (Ulil A MHKAi A AII 9 til All I TaiteOood DoOajA . Pleaiaa KoTer Bio fold In balk. The cenulno tablet atami Snaranteed to core or your money bee. a. .n .ju .. ffilcirn or lBss lee-Nersf .V;..i. i.l.ui atamped uuw ranteed to core or your money " Sterllog Remedy Co., Chicago or ... w AIUWALSALE. TEH IWJJM MXK HICK0KT Cough R "" -a grt. Coughs. v- CHOW itvPtlZZ l"iw sotf I Mi"...v t!Sm& iiiiEr ' .!- priced firBt-cl53 suHf'J . '.di ""- 25C 6 'L