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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - January 29, 1917, Waterloo, Iowa                             Farmers, Stock Raisers and Traders generally rely upon the complete market quotations in this paper each evening. AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WEATHER FOEECAST. J.'in. ji'id much tonight and Tuesday; wave In northwest and north tral 18M. IMS. A T B R L 00, 10W A, M 0 X D A Y, J A N U A K Y V! 0 .t i) 1 7 K N 1J A G IS S PllICE THREE CENTS. JUAREZ RIOTERS ATTACK U. S. SOLDIERS Two Principals in Spanell Tragedy. Mrs. Malinda Sproull Crushed to j Death Beneath Carwheels at j Third and Locust Streets. j STEPPED IN FRONT OF CAR; ATTEMPT TO STOP FUTILE Motor-man Prostrated by Accident Sunday; N. ML Dyer, Run'Over by Street Car, Loses Foot. As a result of street car accidents Sundav, Mrs. Maliuda Sproull lost her life and N. 51. Dyer suffered injuries that made it necessary to amputate his foot. Mrs. Sproull. was instantly billed at in the afternoon, Mr. Dyer was injured at last evening. Stepping directly iu front of an an- proachins street ear. Mrs. Malinrt Sproull, age 70. nue, was instantly killed at the cor- ner of Third ana Locust Sunday afternoon. She suf- Want Work? PJentv of It on Old Farm The real opportunity for he job' uniting young man lies in the coun- try rather than, in town. Tin; effort of the Commercial club to provide positions for guanhjiuen who turncd to ihul someone cloinK their work has demount rated t.hat tin- Pliny Fisk Brands as False Story Told by Lawson That He Con- trolled the Secretary. HAS HAD NO TRANSACTIONS SINCE HE WENT IN CABINET Admits Federal Reserve Bank of New York Was Located in His Wall Street Building. MID IN labor shortage is more keenly fei, Overrules Contention That Senate 1 Revenue Bill of Before House Washington. D. C.. .Ian. The now revenue hill, embracing excess profits and Increased inheritance designed to produce 000 and a bond IKSUO not exceeding to meet tho threatened deficit, next year. WHS reported today. UK; farm than anywhoru In the lint compiled by the clnbi Inst week was one man who was.will-! iiiR to do farm work. There- were' several who wished clerical work or work in the city, but for every iv- q.uest for men to take city there were three for the man who would work in the country. j "The culls started routing iu by said Charles Van Vleck, see-1 retarv. "Thou thero wore some tele-! Made Mistake in Wording- of Its Resolution. MEASURE EXPECTED TO PASS HOUSE TOMORROW mittc-o. Democratic voted solidly for it and the Kopublieans .iigaiust It. The bill will be consid- ered in the housu tomorrow, Chair- in nn Kitcliin announced. Two Officers on Guard at Bridge Wounded by Missiles; Crowd Dispersed by Troops. grams, and every mail contained i Long Opinion Maintains That Mis- at least one letter asking Tor a farm Spanell is on trial at San Augelo. Tex., for the murder of his wife and IJLIiU Oil III! a.} tiviuii. l f red a deep cut on the side of her Col. Butler, an army officer, who were shot to death m an automobile last neck, her hands were badly crushed T" l hand. it strange, inasmuch as the opening of the spring work is nt least a month away." Altho tin; man who wanted ihr farm work was single, a letter re- ceived today made a request for a married man to do general farm work. take in Punctuation Will Not Affect Legality of Act. Response was generous to the, up- peal of the club for work for the guardsmen, and today most, of the men are placed. and she was injured internally. Mrs. Sproull was- returning, from church services aad had .'been, walk- ing in the roadway to the right of the track. As the Byrnes park car ap- proached the intersection, Mptorman W. H. S.nellenherger states the wom- an stepped directly in front of the car. She was about la feet from the car at the time and the motorman. immediately Applied the brakes, :but was unable to stop the car. The car :brpught to .a stop ;as as possible arid the woman was removed from beneath the wheels. Physicians were called and the police ambulance was notified, but lite was extinct when medical aid arrived. MOTORMAN WEPT When the lifeless body was re- moved Motorman Snellenberger broke down and wept. It was some time before he could continue on the trip to the end of the line and back to the station where he was relieved. The motorman was alone in the vestibule at the time of the accident, but there were a number of passeng- ers on. the car. The last stop made by the car before the accident was at the corner of Third and Welling- ton streets. The body was removed to the Kist- ner undertaking parlors. NATIVE OP OHIO Mrs. Sproull was born in Jerome- ville. O., June S, 1846, the' daughter of William and Eliza Noggle. In 1866 she came to Iowa and taught in this state until her mar- riage to Thomas Sproull. which took place near Independence, May 24, 1S6S. Mr. Sproull'Vlied several years July. In a dramatic story on the witness stand, Spauell declared Butler killed his wife. This was refuted by Senator Helmer Introduces Bill to Provide for State Institu- tions for Two Years. .New York, Jan. A sweeping denial of all of Thomas Lawson's rhnrges against him, particularly his alleged associations with Secretary in Wall street deals, were made today before the "leak" inves- tigating committee by Pliny Fisk of Harvey Fisk Sons, New York hankers. Among the categorical denials made by Fisk were that he ever had la. joint Wall street account, with Mc- Adoo and a "Senator O." that he had told Archibald White or anyone else that: he controlled Secretary Mc- 1 Adoo and had offered to call him out of bed at an early morning hour to i answer a telephone call and that he had .received any advance informa- j tion regarding President Wilson's re- cent peace note. I Asked if his firm had ever enjoyed any advantages in transactions with J jthe treasury department, Fisk re-j Labor Leader, Amid Wildest Ap- j plied negatively, lie admitted that: (alter suggesting to McAdoo that of-' flees in a building his firm owned would, be suitable Tor the federal re-i he bad leased the offices to the government. CORRESrO.VDENT I Fisk" said -his firm retains in SPIRITED FIGHTING IS RESUMED ON ALL F STREET CARS ASSAILED; RESIST GASOLINE BATH G7TH BIRTM Washington a newspaper man. whose Last Troops Expected to Cross the name he could not recall, to keep it DCS .Moliies. Jan. Goneral II. I lav nor today in an opinion handed down held that the constitutional amendment providing for prohibition is correct and consti- tutional as worded and in need of no 'further amendment before action ifij i taken by the house of representatives. [The amendment with the resolution i submitting it 1o the people already has passed the senate. INTO QUKSTIO.X Tho validity of the amendmcnl. was questioned by Representative Doug- las Rogers of Carroll county. Demo- cratic floor leader in the house, who held that, the wording of the amend- ment would if passed result not in its submission to the people, but to the next legislature and thai the omission of a comma after the word resolved in Ihc submitting resolution and tho omission of certain capital letters would have the effect of in- validating the amendment, for thc reason that it. would not be identical j with the one passed by tho TLlrty- j assembly.' OPINION in his opinion tho attorney general Russians Break Thru on Two-Mile Front in Roumania; British Take Important Post. Despite the severity of the weath- er reported from nearly all the ISu- ropcau battle fronts, spirited fight- ing is taking place in several of the war areas. Misunderstanding Over Quaran- tine Regulations Cause of Out- break, Which Still Rages. lil Tex., Jan. in Juarez as a result of American quarantine regulations was resumed early today. It was a continuation oC a demonstration yesterday in which hundreds of women participated. Today more men than took part. Rioters approaching the inter- natioua! bridge hurled missiles at U- S. soldiers on guard. Two noncom- missioned officers were injured, due by a flyfug bottle and the other by a Border by Next Monday; El Paso Be Base. the greatest ovations of his career informed regarding governmental'ac- I "'ben he rose to speak early today at tivities in which it is interested. IlcMne plause, Urges Union Men to -Work'for'Peace. :New York, .Ian. Gpmpers, president of the American that the wording of thc rcaoln- Federation of Labor, received one was identical with thc one pass- thc last and that Thc most notable recent develop- ment is on thc northern end of'the! Roumanian front where thc Rus- sians took thc offensive on Saturday and broke the German Hues on a two mile front along thc railway from Kimpolung to Jacobani. According to a today's German official state- ment the Russian forces have been unable to make further progress. rock. WUVU of a testimonial dinner at- promised to furnish the representa- Itended by more than 1.000 labor lead- tivc's name later. He denied specifi- ers from all parts of the country. Mr. submission of the amendment to the peoph; would be brought about thru thc records of thc legislature, of whirh the amendment would be part, rally, however, that his firm had re- Gorapers urged organized workmen' and not by the amendment itself. He ccived any information from Its to think about peace, to work for cited numerous precedents for thla Des Moines, .Ian. ations totalling for state educational institutions were intro- ducedJn the Iowa state senate today by Senator Helmer of Carroll county and referred to the committee on ap- propriations. Of the entire appropri- ations, is for construction or maintenance of buildings. The re- j mainder is to defray current expenses for the next biennial period. Appropriations for current expense were divided as follows: State university, Iowa Washington, Jan. Washington representative between war department today was notified in Dcc- 10 and Dcc- 23 relative to the dispatches from Maj. Gen. Puuston peace and praj- for peace. contention and also for the conccn- peace note. ago. Nine children survive: William. Cleve. Frank, and Hazel. Waterloo; Floy. Ford, Independence: Hair, Portland: Pearl. 'Megtey, O.. and a stepdaughter. -Lilla, Grand Orchard. Wash. Mrs. Sproull lived in Independence until 1906 when she- moved to Wa- terloo, residing in the home on West- ern avenue since that .time. HIT BY CAR; FOOT N. M. Dyer, 521 Sixth street east. State college, Ames State Teachers' college. Cedar that the withdrawal of the American XO DEALS WITH 31'ADOO punitive expedition in Mexico was) "Have you ever purchased, or cans- progressing satisfactorily and the last troops should cross the border next Monday. A statement made public said: ed to be purchased, in the last four years, any securities in which Secre- tary McAdoo was Sher- man L. Whipplo, counsel for thc in- "Labor with its shoulders squar- Uon Uiat lhc omission of the com- he said, "is not defiant but de- nias' !irul letters would not itermined. The protest against condi- change the meaning, of the amend- ment and could not result in us be- ing thrown out as unconstitutional by any court. HOUSE TO PASS IT tions that work hardships must bo diverted for H moment.." LMPKOVKU UAIiOK The labor leader declared that. The Russians are also on the offen- sive in the. Zlota Lipa region in Ga- licia, Avhere tho campaign for J-iorn- bcrg came to a pause some months ngo. Turkish- troops apparently are the main defenders of the central lino in this region and Ber- lin declares they have been success- ful in beating off the IJATTLKS IN T.H.K The Franco-Belgian front, is also breaking into activity at. many points. Berlin reports persistent efforts by tho. French to recapture their lost positions at Hill 304, northwest of Verdun. A surprise- attack, which failed, was followed by three as- saults. but these are declared all to have broken down without gain. The British front in France is al- so a. lively pec tor. The reported cap- vrc bv the British late last week of ceeded in. driving the demonstrators away from the bridge. Andreas Gar- cia, inspector general of Mexican con- sulates, crossed to to attempt to pacify thc mob. There was no street car trafiic. JUSGULATLONS KEPT UP The quarantine regulations will be continued at the United gration station, it was announced to- day by Dr; C. .O., Pierce, senior sur- geon in. charge 'or border quarantine iu the United States health service. More than 200; Mexicans given baths at the newly-opened, quarantine bathhouse today and many others were passed after they showed certificates from the Mexican, federal health officer in Juarez show- ing they had been bathed. An ar- rangement whereby these certificates issued in Mexico would be accepted by the United States was made yesterday by Inspector General Andreas Garcia. However. Dr. Pierce said today, these would be accepted only when the holder was seen to be clean.and the clothing dis- infected. MOB STHE 1ST CARS Five hundred Mexican women held- Juarez yesterday, mobbing street cars "Gen. Pershing's movements con- j vestigating committee, asked, tinned without incident and according lilt; i.liiui l vu Liiiit. i i-. i v. .........j.. ...u.. frni-n PI Pn en -T while he could leave his children no, Tnp opinion was one of thc longest important position near-La Trans- 9lITSinS tne grmgoos loy. was followed yesterday by fresh Booting at the- Mexican soldtery to schedule. He will probably cross the border a week from today." GOT ORDER SUNDAV The text of the withdrawal order fortune he would leav.- better labor j ever prepared by the department of conditions under which they would Justice. It covered :u closely type- I not find it so hard to live as he found written pages. ft Manhattan Terminals, of which I'1 he entered the industrial The opinion is expected to result held. Alter every litne of strife and in immediate action on the amend- destrnction, he said, there was a cor- iiient in the house. The joint resolu- "I have not. Fisk declared. As one of the bankers for the Hud- son McAdoo was president, Fisk said ne came in contact with and Falls College for tlie Blind. Yin ton. 29.000 Appropriations for thc state uni- versity were divided into two sec- tions, for current expenses, and for equipment of build- ings, purchase of lands, etc. The Ames, appropriation is limit-, ed to current expenses. CEOA R FA AJ A XCK For the Cedar Falls school 250 is provided for maintenance with an additional appropriation of 500 for the teachers' fund, the sum- mer school, etc. An appropriation of is withheld by the department, but it i Hnrvcy Fisk Sons, of which Fisk i rosponcliuf? reaction which affected lion containing the amendment has is known that it contains specific di- a member, also closed up some of rections for the conduct of tho, move- the secretary's business when he ent- ment. including prescribed instruc- cred the cabinet, but since that time 5S2.700 is provided for the extension suffered injuries that made it neces- j of summer school work and for, sary to amputate his right foot just othci. things, equipment of a above the ankle, as a result of being I vocatjonal education building, run over hy a street car at the corner of Fourth and Walnut streets at 20 i are the appropriations n'Tic- im cletai5 provided for the state uni- Mr Dyer'was found lying in the jverslty at Iowa City: street by Rev. E. J. Lockwood. pas-j Colleges of applied science, liberal arts, of Prarp M E church He'law- Pharmaci' medicine. ?UO.OOO: heard a man calling for hefp and college, rushed to the injured man's assist- ance. With the aid of a number of. people returning from church, Mr. bock- Dyer was removed to Mr. v wood's home. His foot was oadly crushed and a physician was im- mediately summoned. The injured man was removed to St. Francis hos-....._ pital in the police ambulance and the i S155.000: total. S52o7ooo. crushed foot was amputated. Mr. graduate college. 520.000: fine arts. summer school, S4.000: equipment and supplies. 53.500: repairs and contingent fund. department of btiildinps and grounds. SS.500: admin- tions to be followed on any contin- gency that may arise, and that the order reached Gen. Pershing early Sunday. A.VNOUXCK Dt.STI! I BUTFON" San Antonio. Tex., Jan. Border' stations to which troops of the expeditionary forces will be dis- tributed upon their return from Mex- the mass of thc people. The dinner marked Un- sixty-: Tuesday, seventh anniversary of Mr. Gompers' been made a special order of business nf service in the cause of union labor and his golden wedding anniversary. President Wilson sent a letter of he has had virtually no business rein- the completion of his years tions with him. "In the last four years." asked, "have you made any requests of the _______ "I have not." Fisk said. "To use thc homely expression. I have leaned backwards in that respect." Bicj Brokerage Finn rgroeUng and congratulations. Fisk said that he f v. i _ 1 TJO J-iVJ TJ11 11.11 of the southern department today b f nad preservRl, none of it. Five regimenrs. two of cavalrv and three of infantry, will go to El" Paso 1'AWSOX OF BOAST had personal the secretary and Gen. Pershing will establish his headquarters at the same place. for World Peace Kan.. Jan. Meet ing.s in an effort to obtain peace Ihrnout. von rounder of! pulsed. Fisk was brought into the Inquiry flu. WOTC held vcsicrdsiv and the house, died recently. He nt- j _ Rock Island Suit by Thomas W. Lawson declaring at the hearing? in Washington that Archibald White lold him Fisk had boasted t.o him that he controlled Secretary McAdoo and had offered Settled UI Chicago late one night lo summon McAdoo ,h'nV'Capper. istration. 58.000: library, school of commerce. S25.000: university exten- sion. S25.000: cqtiipmont of buildings, partially e quipped. S150.000: paving and sidewalks. S20.000; purchase Chicago. Jan. Settlement of the suit of minority stockholders of the Chicago. Rock Island Pacific Railway company against Daniel G. Reed and Wm. IT.. Moore for 000 was approved today by Judge Carpenter in the United States dis- are being held today thruout Kansas :is n part of the efforts of the Kansas i branch of the to Enforce Peace. The observance wns made statewide by.wn appeal of (jov. Ar- who tried to disperse them. Tho trouble began at S o'clock: Sunday morning. By an order oC the United States health service, be- cause of tho typhus menace, quaran- tine regulations against had gone into effect Saturday night, al- tho the fact was not generally known in Juarez. Accordingly, when the first street car load, of Mexican servant women, crossed to El Paso the women were amazed when some of their number were ordered by inspectors to" enter Chicago. Jan. petition in i RUSSIANS ON OFFKXSJVES [the disinfecting station and take a bankruptcy and for a receiver aga'nst', Berlin (by Jan. (bath in gasoline. Von Frant.xius Co.. a big stock Galicia yesterday the Russians at-j RUMORS START --------age house of Chicago, was filed Backed with strong forces positions j refused, lemembermi in the Paso city m which 25 men were burned to death. They feared a sim- i.ooo TEUTON'S ilfu a15 tlle wom-en in-the assaults delivered by British troops north of Armenticros. These failed with severe losses, according to Ber- lin, while southwest, of La Trans- loy the Germans captured a British post. ATTACKS HY HIHTISM Berlin (by wireless to Sayville, L. Jan. troops advanc- ing in three ways attacked thc Ger- man positions north of Armentierca office announces, repulsed with heavy yesterday, the war nu.llKl attacks were r{ losses. m IIOIIMJ ui i WJLH Mteu nn   Tlie women today by creditors who allege lia-; held by Turkish oir the ZlotaJ b'ilities of and the assets; 1-ipa river, today's official announce- j n at about 1.000.000 less than thai. ment says. The Russians were by his Pctrograd (via Jan. marriage to Snharef, the --During Saturday's battle northeast He was divorced from his I of Jaccheni the northern end of the variety of rumors quickly spread wife and fell in love with a painting ''Rumanian front. Russian troops j thru Juarez. The one which gained of the dancer long before he mot her. i captured officers and more than most currency was that the Ameri- from his bed by telephone. also declared he bad heard Fisk was connected with the peace note "leak." Fisk denied that he had ever a conversation with as described in the Lawson testimony. "I want to state positively." he said, "that the meeting described nev- er took place. 1 never had a con- slied today said tho rcsponS :t statement is- They lived together only a few days.: 1-000 men. tin- war office announced i cans were stripping Mexican womeu. isponse was the i when she deserted him. Later he di-' today. tplunging them into gasoline, setting, 'them afire and compelling them ..to i run thru El Paso streets. By D o'clock a mob of 500 women had seized the Juarez customhouse. heartiest ever given to ;iny proclama- voived her. tion issued by him. Special exercises are being held in Kansas schools today by the teachers thruout the state. Attempt on King I 500 Mothers Plan Demonstration at trict court. The terms of thc settle- i versation wi'tli White dunng which Here's Bad News, ment include the purchase of .the. name of Mr. McAdoo entered." f of worth of i, per cent prefer-! The banker said he knew White ;They were led by a red haired Mex- Birth Control coming from the American side stopped i when the women lay down on the NCV. York. .Inn. 2ft. -Interest in'tracks. Oilier women threw bricks Dyer's condition is reported today to be satisfactory. ACCIDENT MYSTERY The exact manner in which Mr. Dyer was injured remains a mystery. It is believed he was injured by an GEORGE NOTED WAR VETKRAN, TS red stock of the railway company by only "slightly" and had met him cas-i .Mr. Reed and Mr. Moore and the pay- j nally pcoTrtbly not more than half; ment by them of all the costs of the a dozen igation. CLOSED AFFA IKS h'.l.cAc: Asked if he had anything to do DO Martin death being due to a paralytic stroke. inbound Sans Souci car in charge ot j Mr. Martin participated in mkny of Motorman A. J. Herring. Motorman ior-ini7ition nlin H >f Ilit" .tnyining to ao Bait more, Md.. Jan. Cedar Rapids, Jan. agreed to b> the with Hosing up McAdoo's business af-i theory that, disease senna find irtin. 85. died here yesterday, his fairs after ho cntered the treasury.! lodgement "in" handled 'u Preierred stock to; replied affirmatively. ,1 ._____ Upon Herring Herring and C- .Grover, supervisor of local service, were in thc vestibule Df the car at the time a man answer- ng Mr. Dyer's description left the the important engagements of the Civil war. He was captured by John Moore is part by Messrs. Reed and j entering the cabinet. Fisk said. Mt- a 20.-; Adoo turned over all his securities. Morgan, the outstanding guerilla j of the present 20-year debentures, leader of the rebellion. dur- ing: the battle of .Tonesboro. and par- r which will go to holders j largely bank and trust company JAN. stocks to Fisk's firm and on them ob- tained n loan of On Jan.. 15. IflH. Fisk said, nil of the sccurl- :ar at the corner or Fourth and Wai- ticipated in the review of the vie- Furnisher] by Buchanan Optical Co.) j ties having been disposed of. the aut. Neither realized that there had been an accident at the time, but Doth later recalled hearing a crush- :ng sound under the car wheels. Both believed it was ice on the track and no investigation was made. No out- was heard by the men. Mr. Lockwood stated he saw the :_ar stop and start and that about torious army of the north at Wash- ington, D. C. same time he heard the cries for of that concern. help. He was returning to his home from the church and rushed to the injured man. Mr. Dyer was for a number of years connected with, the Waterloo Furniture Co., being vice president Midnight ................20 6 a. m..................22 10 m...................2o Noon ...................20 Yesterday. 12 to 40: inn. 7 to 44: 1912, 5 to 17; 1013, 22 to 45- 1914. 14 to 21: 1015. fo 10: 391G. to 10. ON" PACK NIXE> Smoke El Tovar, 5c cigar, (advertisement) If, thru error of the carrier boy or other cause, this paper should not be delivered at your home by 6 o'clock, please phone 3.1 SO, and a copy of paper will be sent. After o'clock, tele- phone 2. dgemen library ami schoolbooks is dis- proved by tests made by Dr. C. A. Laubai h. bacteriologist of Johns Hopkins university. He took ISO books from homes? in which diphtheria had existed and books from a public library that had been in circulation lor many among children in whose homes sanitary conditions were known to be bad. Thc books were swabbed with sterile cotton in such manner as to gather all the In no instance could the diphtheria baccillus be isolated from the books and the bacteria collected were of the kind usually found in the air. Mitdrid (via .I.-in. H9.---A man arrested for the alleged attempt.! to wn'ck King Alfonso's train, of thc birth control pro-land stones, w reek ing the cars, after .been identified as Rafael I'mrri Flor- I papndists to spread their doctrines j dragging the molormen and couduc- :iot. a deserter from a regiment sta-' shifted toiJay from ihe Blackwcll's is-; tors off and scattering the passen- tioned Malaga. According to some land workhouse, where Mrs. Ethel j gers. reports the bars of lead found on the i is a "hunger; Soldiers from the Juarez garrison tracks had fallen or were stolen from }0 lnc special session court [charged the rioting women with i a freight train returning from thelin Brooklyn and the trial of Mrs. I drawn .sabres and were hooted for .mines and their presence in the path I Byrne's sister. Mrs. Margaret Sanger, j their pains. The soldiers then stood i of the royal tniin wjis purely a< .'ideu- j amj Mondell. i about 'helpless whilrt the destruction. Mrs. Sanger and Miss Mondell are; of street cars continued. Americans charged with aiding in the conduct i in Juarez were not allowed to return of a birth control clinic, the same of-[ to the American side tho they -were fenso for whirh Mrs. is scrv-; not attacked. inv; a sentence. !-------------________ It was announced that 500 mothers from that section of Brooklvn where tal COURT AWARDS CONGRESS SKAT IN PA. TO DEMOCRAT Pa.. Jan. v Philadelphia. state supreme court today confirmed t Mrs, ganger's birth control clinic was the Allegheny county court in the situated would accompanv her to (matter of the congressional contest accompany court, pushing their children in baby i What Assembly Did j in the Thirty-second district between carriages. and.''Vi Commissioner of Correction Lewis! said that Mrs. Byrne's general physi-1 [J. Barchfcld, Republican, in which; JBarchfeld appealed against the action j of the lower court in taking the fig- ures on thc tally sheet in- preference to the certified return sheets. The tally sheet showed that Campbell had I a majority over Barchfeld. cat condition was good and that she now made no resistance to the feed- ing process. El Verso, a great lOc Cigar, (advertisement.) SENATE Met at IO a. m. Introduction of tills including two by Helmer of.-Carroll, appro- priating' nearly for educational Adopted, report of roles tec. KOUSS Convenes at 2 y,   

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