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WI C., TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913-FIRST SECTION
ANNOl)NCRENjk OH0 WHIS
KEY WOULD BE $ENT
BAK CAUSED ACTION.
Next TttMday the much discussed
(also cussed) search and seizure law
goes into .effect and persons having
more than a specified amount of spirit us
frumcnti in' their possession will be in
danger of arrest lor violating the law..
A few days ago the Norfolk Southern
Railway Cornsany let it be known that
on tomorrow they would si-IV) back to
the' consignors' all the whiskey which
remained in the Trent river warehouse
at that time.. A person visiting the
warehouse and inspecting the supply
of whiskey and beer earlier in- the week
would have at onec come to the con
clusion that it was a depository for all
the intoxicants in this section of the
State. But a different condition now
Yesterday wagons, buggies, wheel
barrows and every other conceivable
vehicle was fined up at the warehouse
doors for the purpose of taking on boxes
of whiskey and barrels of beer, and the
greater part of the stock on hand was
disposed of.dujr.ing the day and but a
small proportion of that which was on
hand a fe w-dayt .before is now to be
seen. The- seated and seizure law was
a heay Wow to the railroads in thi
State. Fornasrly much whiskey and
beer was shipped by lreight, exspectally
wl e c largq quantities ot it were or
dered. Now the quantity is limited
and the majority of thb will be shipped
Considerable Damage Caused
High Winds In An
ABOUT THE HOUSE
LARGE DWELLING DEMOLISHED
Intense Excitement Prevailed
Among the Citizens of
NORFOLK MAN TERRIBLY ABUS
ES AND MISTREATS
Norfolk, March 27. Police Justice
Barron yesterday morning imposed a
sentence of six months on the roads
on M. Reel, a white man, arrested
by Patrolman Poyner, charged with
assualting and beating his wife and
dragging her about the house by hep
The officer testified that he was
passing Reel's home, 916 East Main
street, when he heard a Woman scream
Looking through the window, he saw
Reel grab the woman by her hair and
drag her from the front of the house
all the way back to the kitchen. He
entered the house as quickly as he
could and after Intervening, asked
Reel what he was doing. The latter
replied that he was simply "playing"
The woman showed an exceedingly
black eye and her face was otherwise
battered and bruised, so the officer
advised her to swear out a warrant-for
,. The. woman said that she was afraid
of the man and that if she left the
Passengers arriving in the city yes
terday afternoon from Oriental told
of a storm of almost cyclonic intensity
which visited a section of Pamlico
county shortly afternoon, and which
left destruction in its wake.
During the early part of the day
a high Wind prevailed and this was
augmented by rain. Shortly after i
o'clock the sky suddenly became dark
encd and the wind increased in velocity
until it was blowing a perfect gale andl
small objects which were not securely
fastened down were hurled through
the air with great force.
At Ashwood, five miles from Oriental
a handsome, dwelling owned by F. A. house to procure a warrant for his ar
Whorton and which had just been rest, she was afraid he would kill her
erected Was totally demolished. The Seeing that Mrs. Reel was really afraid
GETTING MANY INQUIRIES.
As a resu't of an article by F. A.
Brown of this city in the Progressive
Farmer telling of some of the achieve
ments of .Craven county farmers, Mr.
Brown is being inundated with in
quiries about lands in this section.
The letters come from many different
Stares including Tennessee, Minnesota
and Washington. Mr. Brown will
follow up the inquiriers with some ad
ditional "dope" on tlie section and
D actical results in the way ot new
settlers, are expected to be forthcoming
contractors had only a few days ago
turned the completed building over to
its owner and he was preparing to
occupy is within a few days.
Fences were blown down, trees
uprooted, chimneys broken from their
foundations and much other damage
was done. All along the railroad for
a distance of twelve or fifteen miles from
Oriental there was evidence of the
high wind which had visited that sec
tion. Inquiries were made at the dif
ferent stations but so far as was learned
no one was injured during the storm
Hut the citizens were very much frightened.
ALIENS CO TO
Get Respite of a Few Hours As
Result of Appeal To Lieu
LED TO THE CHAIR IT
1.23 IN THE AFTERNOON
Unavailing Effort Made To Get
Lieut, uov. fciiyson to ,a
of her husband, Officer Poyner ac
companied her to police headquarters,
where a warrant for the husband
arrest was sworn out. Reel was picked
up a few minutes later and brought to
the First Precinct Police Station,
where he was locked up for the remaind
er of the night.
The woman told Justice Barron
that her husband often beat her and
that he had grabbed her by the hair
last night, because he had come home
late and she was a little slow about
getting his supper ready for him.
EASTER AT ARAPAHOE.
MRS. LlHWft -ARflHBELL
TURNS TO KINSTON.
Says the Kinston Free Press.:
"Mrs. Lillie Archbetl has returned
home after a stay of about ten weeks
in New Bern. Mrs. Archbell went to
New Bern in the interest of "Carolina
and the Southern Crdss", the official
organ of the North Carolina Daughters
of the Confederacy which is edited
by her and printed in ihat city. How
ever, while there she was detained by
the illness, and death of her brother,
Mr. Henry C lay . Whitchurst, a pro
minent mar. who was widely connected
in this section. Mrs. Archbell says
that the circi lation of "Carolina and
the Southern Cross" is fast increasing.
Although the first subscription number
did not appear until January, it now
has about 500 subscribers."
Under Wilson, and wc want
one million people to buy
GOWANS .King of Extern
als the great preparation
that just rubbed on scat ten
inftamation which may lead
to Colds, or Coup or ' pneumonia.
Observed By Every One Egg Hunt
For the Young People.
, (Special to the Journal)
. Arapahoe, March 28. taster was
rved by every one . The weather
ideal. Almost everybody was
seen out enjoying the Easter sunshine
The churches were filled to their ca
On Saturday afternoon an egg hunt
was given by the Ladies' Aid Society
Doesn't this convince yoi ?
f hi use - an Vi rniiil Arinr tktlCI-
1 lliHL in V. ii in t,a it iui' uimr warn i - . -
r. ... .. for the benefit of the young people
I k' J w,u There was a large gathering, every
used quite a lot of. different asehappy and f ull of
cincs. I must say, however, that Cow
ans Preparation is the best remedy
f . 1 Xd ....1,1 l- i I... --
..... . . , , a very interesting address in which he
for which it is recommended. I feel . . . r j ..... j .
We arc glad to state that Mr. Edgar
S. Wtaver was with us. He delivered
it my duty as well as my pleasure to
recommend it. 1
P. A. MORRISON.
All Druggists and Guaranteed.
Three sizis, $1.00, 50 and 25 cents.
GOWAN MEDICAL COMPANY,
Concord, N. C.
DIRECTORY OF CHURCH MEM
BERS TO BE ISSUED.
Miss Madeline .Davcnny who has
been in the city during the post few
days compiling a directory of the
members of the First Baptist uhurch,
has gone to Kinston to get up a direc
tory at that point. The names for
the New Bern directory have been
secured and arc now being indexed
and arranged. The E. J. Land Print
iflg Company will issue this di cctory
at an early dale.
iFrtsb lot of RUBBER BANDS
just received. Give tie yjur next
orsran F. J. Land Printing Co
Luck in Disguise.
"Don't tell me, after this," said Mrs.
Medford as she put her paper abide,
"that there's nothing in luck."
"Who's, leen having luck now?" her
" TheCaldwells. Burglars broke into
their house last night."
"Oh! I thought from the way you
spoke somebody had been having a
streak of good luck."
"It was good luck. It gave Mrs.
Caldwell a chance to tell the reporter
that more than $500 wo t'l of silver was
taken. Tbey never had $50 worth of
silver in their lives." Chicago-Record-Herald.
remarked that he was delighted to
find everyone happy. He said that
Arapahoe needed several things for
the health and education of the children.
Considering the number of children
we have here it is absolutely essential
that we establish a library for their
At the close of the egg hunt Mr
Weaver presented the three prizes
to the respective winners
Messrs. George W. Brinson, Clyde
RmI and Edear S. Weaver were in
New Bern on business last Monday.
FAILED TO HELP
Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegeta
ble Compound Restored
Mrs. Green's Health-
DRY GOODS FOR SPRINfi
No belter place to buy them
than at Sugar's.
Sugar has t'c goods and ha has the price. No matter what you
tne way oi -pnug anu numnier ury .ools we have it. Call and
ohr hne of d v goods and nctioiiB of all sortt ready made clothes, gentlemen's
and lathes furni Inns", shoes, hats etc. We have what v want . nmn.
that wilt astonish you when compared with prices y u have to pay at other
A. B. SUOAR,
Middle Street, New Bern. N. C.
CoviBKton. ltd. -"Your medicine haa
dssse sua more good than all the doc
tor s medicines. At
I had to stay in bed
four days because of
my back was to weak
T mmJIA hattllv walk.
I have been citing
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound and now 1 can
stay up and do my
wort. I think it is
the beat medicine on earth fos women.
-Mrs. Jbnnoc Guam, Covington, mo.
Beilair Stock and Fruit Fartti.
GXjX JARDSON, Proprietor. it
I have Fu 1 Blojff'Angvs Bulls and Heifers fbr ttlt
immune fnm Texas fever, also full blood Berkthrre
Hogev, ;YU cordially invited to vSit farm nd
New B?rn, N. C . K. F. D.. i ),'..
Pui a 'lair hrr, 4 rings,
Hew Bin. Cllne Avoided
JESS ham's Vegetable (raourid
haa done me more good than anything
a doctor said I moat be opera
tor serious female trouble
could help me but aa
(Special to the Journal)
Richomnd, March 28. Floyd Allpn
and his son, Claude, the only two f
the Hillsville gunmen to pay the deaS
penalty for the shooting up of the G
roll county court, were electn
here today shortly after an eleve
hour attempt to save them had
thwarted by Governor Mann unrx
iwtpdlv retunrine to the caotiol frern
a Droooscd trio to New Jersey, thus
preventing Lieutenant Governor EKy-
son acting upon a request to commute
the two mountaineer's sentences
The electrocution was scheduled
to take "place shortly after 7 o'clock
this morning and everything was in
readiness at that time. The twelve
men who were to act as witnesses Were
on hand and the chair had been tested,
but at that time th;re was a delay.
The attorneys and friends of the
condemned men shortly after WSd
night made a last appeal to I.ieutejnant
Governor Ellyson to Commute! the
sentences. The warden of the prison
doutbful of i he Lieutenant Governor's
authority called upon the" State Attor
ney General for an opinion and in the
meantime the execution was delayed
Governor Mann's son, hearing of
the plan to commute the sentences
intercepted his father, who was then
enroute to Trenton, N. J. and tojd him
of the state of affairs. The Governor
was at that time at Washington, D. C
and he immediately crossed the Poto
mac to Virginia soif and telegraphed
to the State authorities and the prison
warden: "I am the Governor of Vir
ginia and am on Virginia soil." He
then hurried back to Richmond and
ordered that the law take its course.
The two 'Aliens had spent a quiet
night, both, Setting snatches of sleep
but to thijsei.on the death watch it
was evident that they were Rsyed up
to the highest tension. At 7 o'clock
they were told that they had been
given a short respite but warned not
to entertain any hope of commutation.
When the final message was received
from the Governor the news was broken
to the'two clansmen and they assisted
in making the final preparations for
In the "death house" the chair had
been tested, the witnesses who were to
see the two souls rushed into eternity,
were seated around the room and the
only sound that could be heard was
the soft but mournful purr of the
heavily charged wires connecting with
the instrument of death. Suddenly
a small door at one tide of the room
swung noiselessly open and Floyd Allen
was led Into the room. The old inan
had control of himself to a great degrc
but those who were watching sa-w that
at any moment he might give way.
Quickly he was placed in the chair anJ
after I he adii'stincnts had been made
the deadly current was shot through
his body. It was at 1:23 that Hoyd
was placed inthechiar and three min
utes later he was pronounced dead and
his body removed to an adjoining room.
Aga'in the little dc r leading from
the cells in which the condemned men
are located, noiselessly opened and
Claude Swanson Allen, namesake of a
United States Senator, walked to his
doom, erect and without a tremtr
Taking his scat in the electric chair
he assisted the guards as much as pos
sible in getting the straps in position.
Within,a few seconds all adjustments
had been made and the warden sig
nalled for the current to be turned on.
At 1:31 the switch was dropped and
in less than four minutes the prison
physician pronounced that the end
The body of Claude was then laid
beside that of his father and the two
will be taken to their mountain home
Claude Not Given Medal.
Ths women of Carroll and adjoining
clemency for the pirSoners sought to
secure a mandate from the Lieuten-
'j ant-Governor, under he supposition
Itthat his hand has the power to stay
execution, and, indeed, to avert it
altogether. They desired that official
to seize an opporutnity, which they
4 believed was afforded him by the de
parture of his chief for New Jersey,
to overturn two separate rulings made
by the executive of the State
No sooner was it learned that the
Governor had left the city yesterday
afternoon than the Allen sympathizers
began to put into motion a plan that
they had in mind throughout the day
conference was called to meet at
the Jefferscn Hotel last night to con
sider the scheme. This meeting ad
journed soon afterward to the residence
of John P. Branch, 1 West Franklin
Street. Here were gathered Victor
Allen, Mr. Branch, D. C. O'Flaherty
attorney for Claude Allen in the re
cent proceedings before the Supreme
Court of the United States; Judge j
Richard Wingfield, of the' State Cor
poration Commission; Captain Smith
former counsel for the Aliens, and other
men who have shown by their labors
A Vital Question In Which Pup
ils and Teachers Are
PfiESr i LITTLE
SCHOOL NEWS OF THE WEEK
Several Grades Hold
- Bees and Much Interest
POPULAR PLAY TO BE REPEATED
FOR BENEFIT PAINT AND
New Bern people will have another
opportunity to see "The Little Mini-
Spelling ster", whose presentation by the Paint
j and Powder Club a few nights ago gave
pleasure to so many. The play will
be given again Tuesday afternoon at
(Prepared for the Journal) three o'clock at the new Masonic
What should a High-School graduate Opera House. Its production this
know and be able to do? time will be for the benefit ol tne
The' above question is a vital one Paint Pwder aD Z- Z
' i-Ko urhnlo town is nroud of this orient.
and concerns a large number of peop e. organization a attendance
We have written tetters to several is confidently looked for. It will be
representative citizens recently asking given with the same degree of excellence
tnat cnaraci enzeo u mi urc ix.,oi
of its first presentation same cast,
for their ideas on this subject. To an- j
swer this query Sfetms at 'first glance,
e i.iw crnnnrv same cost II TICS.
easy, but the more thought one p'lts, . . .,.,. ,; .jm:ttH at
on it the more difficult does it grow.
What is the aim of education any-
25 cents each, adults 50 cents.
It will be a great opportunity es-
way? Are we t& train smooth working pecially tor thoso wno aia nor aiienu
machines which turn out quantities 1 the first performance and the audience
of dollars? ShWd the body be train- 1 is also expected to include many who
ed? Should the thinking power bel
and their contributions that they believe
the younger prisoner at least should
not go to the electric chair.
Judge Wingfield went to the residence
of Lieutenant-Governor Ellvson, 10
East Fwnklin Street, at 10 o'clock,
andftha two repaired to the residence
of Mr. Branch, hard by.
Is Asked to Interfere at Last
The subject was at once broached
to the Lieutenant-Governor. He was
asked to commute the sentence of
Claude Allen to imprisonment for life,
in the interest of justice. He wa,s told
that Governor Mann was out of the
Mr. Ellyson responded to the effect
that although he had held that office
for seven years, he had never thought
himself possessed of the powers of the
Governor during the lattcr's absence
from the State, and had never drawn
the salary of the office. Rev. George
W. McDaniel, D. D., then asked him
if he would consider the matter pro
vided he were assured that the Attorney-General
believed him elegible
to exercise the duties of the office of
Governor. He replied that he would
be glad to have the opinion of the Attorney-General,
adding that hq had
compared the Constitution of
ginia with that of other Stales, notably
Louisiana, where the law explicitly
gives certain powers to the Lieutenant
Governor, ' whereas the section of the
organic law is this State is not specific.
The Virginia Constitution says on
this point: "In case of the removal of
cultivated? Should the imagination
the feelings, or the power be culti
the feelings, or the will be trained?
In other words shall wc offer a course
o? study to develop the whole child
systematically and symetrically or shall
we merely attempt- to cultivate, one
or more of his pdwers? Is there not
quite a great deal in the power to make
a life as well as in the power to make
After one has answered the above
questions satisfactorily, then comes
the hard practical question of making
effective the principales decided upon.
The main hanc'hnp U insufficient means
to carry out desirable ideas.
Destructive criticism is the easiest
job on earth but real constructive
criticism, based upon facts and a wide
outlook, is quite rare.
We are seeking that sort of criticism
in the letters which we have sent out
A; another time we shall give the ideas
expressed in the letters received.
The meals which the Camp Fire
S'.rb serve at the school building
fr m time to time arc among the re
quirenients for their advancement.
This work is all done outside school
The girls themselves first decide
how much they can spend, then they
;)K;st pntehase and pay for all the
.ni-i-ial used, keeping a strict account
;fifjUl nigney spent, then prepare and
rver iJSaftnieul, clean up all aisnes,
have seen it already and for that very
reason want to see it again.
DEATH CLAIMS INFANT SON OF
MR. AND MRS. E. H. GORHAM.
The Angel of Death visited the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gorham early
yesterday morning and took therefrom
Edmund Hines Gorham, Jr., their
two months old son. The little one
contracted pneumonia a few days ago
and although everything possible was;,
done to sav its life the efforts of loving
parents prov.d fruitless and
the little sojl returned to its Maker.
The funeral was conducted from the
residence yesterday afternoon by Rev,
15. Hurley, pastor of Centenary
Methodist church and the interment
was made in Cedar Grove cemctary.
DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT.
J. L. H. MissilKer of Henderson,
who once lived licrc and was asso
ciated with Mr. George Allen in the
hardware business, died Friday aflcr.
noon in a hospital in Richmond. The
body was taken to Henderson for in
terment, the funeral taking ptacd ye
The Domestic Science teacher, Mrs.
Hancock, kindly supervises the buy
ing, preparation and serving of each
meal, as the Guardians' Want a, compe
tent person to pass upon it before the
the Governor from orhec, or ot ins girls are given their credits. L course
rlnath failure to aualifv. rc'siMkation, 1 ,ht U M uraciic.il demonstration of
removal from the State, or inability thc ability of the girls in domestic
to discharge the powers and duties oi faffairs.
the office, thc said office, with its com- Thegraduating class has begun work
Dcnsaticn. shall devolve upon the on essays and rjlans for Commence
Lieutenant-Governor. , mcnt are rapidly taking shape, l lie
Decide to Get Attorney-General's class of 1913 wishes to vary thc usual
Opinion. Class Day exercises this year with
Judge Williams Was communicated tableaux from Silas Marncr, one of thc
with, and expressed a willingness to requirements in English Literature,
give his services. He had no copy of and some pretty Folk Dancing on the
thc Constitution in his home, and Mr. Green. Thc tableaux fron Silas Mar
Branch's automobile' "was called to ner will be arranged by the graduating
Eloise Peterson anl Frederick Nelson
have made perfect, records on tables
since entering thc 3B Grade.
Margaret Waters has not missc a
word in spelling for the last six week.
On Fridav a spoiling bee was held
between thc 2A and 2C Grades; twelve
of the bast spellers were selected to
represent each grade. There were 350
words spelled and at the close, the'
2C Grade had six standing and the
2A only one. Those taking part were
as follows: Herbert Watson, Bessie
Lawrence, Elizabeth Roberts, Charles
Clark, Lydia Spruill, Carrie Louise
Ward, Chadwick Uzzcll, Dorthy Hill.
Mary Mohn, Nettie Hill, Maggie
Sawyer, Elma Watson of the 2C Grade,
and Charles Styron, Ivory Long, Mil
dred Hawk, Ivey Cook, David Bmvi,
Louise Joyner, Stella Paris, Viretta
Crabtrcc, Habe Nasscf, JeaesIS EmseV
and Mary Ireland of the 2A Fradc.
Those standing at thc close of the
Bee in thc 2C Grade were Bessie Law
rence, Elizabeth Roberts, Chadwick
Uzzcll, Dorthy Hill, Mary Mohn and
, L' . CC tl.n hrt .,-r..-k,.l I "-I I 1 I . , - ii,,.,,, If l lii' T l . i r. .
taite mm to ms oiuct. u.v m aim 8icu uy n.v.... ...v. , . ... -...A,,
,;i nVlnrk this morrtine. fnr tho Knife .Dancimr can be carried Nettie Hill; a in ,Uic in. uraoc,
,. , . .l- i i. I . .l r- - .;ti nr.rni Marv Ireland.
Kcacnine ine uruneii itsiutuv-i., lour, rue ncuueiny vjin... ... pM --.- .
where most of the interested people an interesting and attractive appear
were still in waiting, Judge Williams LU1CC during Commencement week.
stated emphatically that the Lieutcn
The 3C Grade, during their rigu'ar
Friday's Spelling Bee. had a very in-
- ' . 41
The recital next Friday night will teresing time. Ill wc.es were
ant-Govcrnor has none of the powers pr0vc of interest to many. A varied matctica. mine cnu o. -
of thc Governor. He said thc Consti- program is being prepared consisting period, there were live nd'nK "
tulion provides for his succession, 0 songs, choruses, vocal solos, piano on: side-Jane Dill, Matilda tlarrcii,
' . . ..... . . . i'l I i. ....... ii .il Harl Mrttmvan ana
but not for the transfer ol power. anci violin solos, quartets, etc. mc ' h - --
. ...:u i.; nmmnilv at 8:15 Uaude Allen, l nose sinuiiiB u.i ic
1 ' Mil 1 1 I.i.i - ft " g- I J
Seven little girls of the 3B Grade
Even supposing, thinks Judge Wil- sang one of Gay ror's prettiest juvenile
songs "Thc Rythm Game Un fn
Such power ,oncc given to the Lieutenant-Governor,
could not again be as
sumed by thc Governor.
(Continued on page three)
counfies had secured a medal which
thsy intended to present to Claude
Allen for his bravery in defending his
father and this had been sent to th
t condition that I would
' I had not got relief soon.
women who bad taken your
told me to try It and I did
It to be the right mediclno to
bulk tip the system and overcome
" I am now In groat deal better health
than I ever expected to be, so I think I
ought to thank, yoo for r-V aire, 0. M.
Cunb, S. Mam St, Brownsville, Ind.
not to pns.-nt it to lu,
still lies In the wardcn'i
all probability will be given to
Tha Last Attempts To Save tbo
The last scene of thc long series of
at.cmnts to nave the lives of these two
Governor Locke 1 Craig has
pointed Rev. A. L. E. Weeks, pastor
of thc First Baptist church (colored)
of this city, a delegate to attend the
session of the Fifty Years Co-oera-tive
Racial Rural Congress, Indus
trial and Christian Development As
sociation to uc nea at uawicnce-
villc, Va., Oglntiing August 5 and
continuing thntrugh August 10, -19MJ'
r .v i
To Journal Subscribers-:
Wc haven't n regular man on
the road to collect subscrip
tions for the Daily and Semi
Weekly Journal but have
made arrangements with Mr.
Huah Lancaster to .look after
the collecting and. soliciting
on Routes 1 and 3 from New
Btrn and alao in ramiico
5 Tfr Jones
and Onslow counties. We
request all delinquents to SCO
one of these gentlemen and
settle subscription account
or maffyour remittance di
rect to the Journal at New
, Tours vesy truly,
B. J. LAND PRINTING CO.
Pubs. Dully end Semi Week
ly Journal. .
day morning. Thc sng was sung
with animation, the motions carried
out perfectly and in a very graceful
Once each week, thc 3B Grade has
a written lest on all thc facts in thc
multiplication table. In thc test given
this week, perfect papers were handed
in by Eloise Peterson, Alice Flowers,
Vivian Peterson, Margaret Waters,
Frederick Boyd and Raymond Suskin
onoosing side were Elizabc h
and William Dudley.
Thc 3C Grade is also very much in
terested in department stars. A tar
is drawn on thc board for a child who
has excellent conduct for five days
in succession. We have given stars
for only five weeks, yet there arc ten
pupils who have five stars each. I htne
pupils are: Matilda Farrell, Mdilie
Garrett, Eleanor Mall, Dorthy fe,
Elizabeth Duffy, Jane Dili, HajBtt
Dill, Mabel Carter, Katherinc Bell.
Nita Bell, There arc a great many who
have four of thess stars.
CARBONATE OF LIMB
WINS THE HONORS FROM
Oxide of Lime
ton of LMkbi-rf .wlH CSBsh
by I7S.W p act
S sixteen year
rfMWWaWb'y aaalltiral -test
heads the list of fertiUring li
full InlwmWtJ wrlle st
twum cnsi he n.