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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME -A ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING JUNE fi. ISHO. 302 WITH rn NEWS. Items of General Interest from Washington City. I THE PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS, Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. dr RNOfl announce* that he hat established in a building purchased for the "    parpoeg a 8ANITAR1UM for the TREATMENT OF ILL CIM! E DISEASES. ssKssnrr -'    J-,-iv,, BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His ex(**rience during many years baa convinced him that all disease AAB be managed more nooceeafully in an ir.«titutiou of thie kind, under the constant sin* r vision of the physician and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patient* are teen by their medical advert at Interval* of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding aru free from ail noxious influence*. It ie readily reached by the Second street boree can, and is near the Union Depot.    ...    . The building ie Large, and arrangements s*r as perfect aa is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of sn*, ii an institution. Electricity la all its* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches. Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided rn may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Bathe and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient Is thoroughly examined by Dr. Know, and reoalvee his daily personal attention. Now Ocen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addr?it Or. ENOS at th# SANITARIA, corner cl George and Third att.. Alton. III. A Cummin** Appoint**,! by th* PwiU—t of th* *>< Mi* th# Kaiverstt? of th* I wit.**! Mal*** Orb at* <>* Cb# t .tnt*** < I.*UM* ut th* Aria) Appropriation IMH Im th* Hmm** - A Ntst*m*Mt frow* •*#*#-t»ry Trai l. W .urn I Mi ti'N ('ITT, June A—Tto senate agreed to Bd mu mis’ resolutioo for aa to-rmt last ion of th# fish commission. Th* • hair isiHmand the srbrtkm of bl-mu ruin. Sherman. Ingalls. Blsir, Dtipb, Han in Butler, Gibson and Barbour ss tbs M'l#< t eontmittra ob toe University of th* Unit#*! Mal, a The fortifications WU wa* th*ti taken up, tbs (wading quraition being to strike out the appropre itkn of FR*- TAR for w.# erection of iii# * nth wing of th# Waters UM arsenal and tCS.Wi fur marl,taffy tor twelve inch guna, .md inserting fs-i.iM. for «ran* and machinery, whu Ii w«* ■ ipf* ated by Oorasa and de fetid, d lf Dawes Th* Day la the Mon**. In the house Osborns of I* nnsylvsma prewntsd tbs e -nferetK* n j - n <« th* army appropriation bill, which, after eoa* aid*rat-I* d1«ruaaioQ on the canteen clans*, was agreed to, and the bill now go** to the president, lf cr,ll ti Kansas reported a disagreement of th* confermc* committee nu the arest# dependent pension MIL Tbs hot.** tnMitni np« it* im redat re ta, and a further c* inference was ordered. The hmum then resting*! coons! erat iou of tb# Alabama rontetod *1* ii it ess# of McDuffie v* Turpi;;, lh* Int eta# was taken ou the minority resolution deelar tag Turpin alerted, and it wan defeated— j#a» HA nay* 13* Th* rrs- seating MrDnfifo wee agt* <1 lo-lltf to I IX and Mr. M< I Hi®* appear#*! at the Imr ti the boaw an I was av. orar in. A GREAT SHAM BATTLE. A fair H* pf# mo tai loo of th* ital 11* ti Fort Meta Kas-as City. Mn , June I—Two hun dmd and fifty killed, wommSwA Thus figures might have represented th* casual* ti.% st Tuesday's halt Ie between opposing fore a cornpos»<,| of th# various military companies In attendance upon th* im cr state competitive drill lf the batt I# had been genuine Instead of a sham our Th* batt]# was a fair rrpiewntattmi >«i a small acale of th* battle of Fort Mats fought daring th* Franco Pro miso arar Eight MHI* vc cont [tantra, ref, resent tog the Firm h army, ambled by four rompanie* of art ll* Wry. held the fort against charges by four teen companies of infantry, representing the huvimna. The fourth charge wa*the auccesaful one. Th* < hi* ago Sam aves. The competitive drill commenced Toe* day. lh# < hic agos ars the only company on the ground that have th* full WMH company of twenty-four men, all the twat having only sixteen. There is some ques non whether they will eves have to drill to get the I rat prise, for according to the rule* they at# entitled to it on account of having th* full number on th* ground* ('apt Fuad ta saving the hay* all ha can ♦ imI ram-utwd out of the diam I att la. aa ha was afraid to ran any risk hafom th* (omclition began. In* Aurora by* mad# a fine showing, and will cern* ckw* to the second priss in tbs competitive drill. _ A PECULIAR CASE. Aa A ai bey, lits., birl VV ha Mas Stay! Car Two Vt oaths. A*nor, Ilia., Jan* A-Gene* Gridley, the »•< year-old daughter of a prominent business man, has been sleeping soundly for nearly two months. Sh* went to bed in her Banal health the sight of March Ii and could not be con and from sleep th* next mormng After sleeping Ahunt a week abc roused up somewhat, and getting out of bod walked over to a rocking chair, where ah* inswdisidi weed to out joy Death of a Pardoned Convict at Joliet Prison, WOULD HAVE BEEN FREE IN OCTOBER >!*#(, and bas Bot aw stowed sines. Her__ cheek* are ru-*y and Leva!lung regular and J Neah*, th* Anarchist Th* r*esh»*wl'» Urge*. WamusoTOX I’ITT. June A —In order to mrmi c#rtal« mi-r [H.rehend-m* In re gar! to tto matter, rwmrtary Tracy 4* sirvw t<> have it known that th# order Hie squadron of evslatioa frv-m Km rope to Uracil emaaat.ui directly from ria- prrwMrot and was n.-t th# individual act of , • tnrnodore Ramsay while acting w«r#tar> et th* navy Pc*** it eat la! *>«»*« leat i aaa. \V    .a    I    iTt, June A—Th* prvwi- drnt has sent to th* senate tto f*4 Jawing nom, sat ions:    '* H.. Byars, of Oiegno. to be surveyor gemini of <Aragon. M Dtds, ut Sum Dm -ta. t., he recorder of public moneys at Fargo Y D Toh* rngh*#ra of land i J,,#. Charles Haaywd of Chih foreia. at Mar- *» die. Cab. W ti Potter. of North Dakota, at Fargo, N Ii her sleep Is amn agly a* normal as thai of ma .afmat. All attempt* to arouse h#r ar# frnales*. Sh# Is fed regularly with liquids lier rasa ptttAt all the doctor* Th* night that she fall asleep she anes-tad a religious na ival and it In thought the .t«fli!(*b-*e there , irrt#-! rn overcame her turn us forces a* to completely parnlya* than*. A Lib Convict. Herwhant Meewey. A '*•»* goy fatly TelliMg (heir VI** be. tb* Anan his!. si Hic foeti Fort a a#. **4d*aly Thrwrt l> His Hands and Kigm urn th* Aget- -AH Mary of th* (ria* for Wbleb ll* Wa* A**t«M**d. J,»UrT, fl!s . June V It wa* roily Ina! ‘ week that Governor Fifer made glad the hnart of life-eon v let ltemhard Heeoey by j eotnmMtii.g his sentence to a term of twenty year* Heeti#y had served tarelv* year* on hi* fife term, and a lien the news wa* received at the prison that he wa# to bch free man next October h* wa* soever joyed that he sent a brag tab gram to bls old mother In Chicago acquainting her arith his good fortune, and aho a nether to his lawyer, H. Bigelow, of Galen. Ills., thanking bim tNteCtUy f«# the untiring cf beta lit. Btgclow had mode ta getting hi* term reduced. f(«er>fy had tweet such a good eot»vk-t during th- long y#ara of bls Imprisonment that be had th# Indorse meat of ex Warden MrClaughry, Mr. Brainard ibis employer) and everybody who knew bim, nod when the governor finally decided to give lien * ' another chace at the outside world everybody wa# find. Threw I p MI* Hssrii aa* Hied. Riner th* receipt of his even mu tat bo Heeney had grown ten years younger In looks lint the prison Wan start lr-i Tuea-day attern-* *o by a report from tb# hospital that Ramey Heaney was .lead. Ar th* convict had not lawn kick this report was net credited Hut tevraUgrtiou proved th# report true. The convict bdl tame to the boat -.val on an errand foe bi* k##par •ad wig I# joyfully telling Constat Onrat J of his good fortune FOR SALB. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250. j-pLndid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 I-- miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-hous*, Cellar, Barn, Cog) G-anary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to IL*oan. feel k Mil I Bi stat he threw ep hi* banda and fell bark in a chair stun# -tort Th# cause of dooXh I* ascribed to heart dis#**#, undoubtedly produced by the traction that was taking place is the awat. Heeney » remain* will I j# ar ut to the poor old mot ber fat barimL What Hi..-.«*.« Him ta PH-w. Th* history of the crime that brought Barney ll tenty to prison ie an Interesting i. , ».«• VI    he was not th* ans wha kilted H neon ■■HI, J***’**. Mo., June 4    leoegw    although Lews* ionoeebtly along with phnry.a extractor who wa* rn nog    rn j    ^ f-rtt lhml ^^unfitted th# deed No frame hon##, ennead much    delay    am',    mu    „TrTJt iB ,|* history of Mock Island so .toy ane* i>o th* patrons of th# I a* tpk - J Mr##! Railway company by refusing to J retune* the b- mn att th* car tracks. Thursday morning th* k«n»* *t*»od <m th* track* st th# faut of th* Frwdm.rk avert u* int it# Finding peronaai rn -rf no a*sib Manager Yan Bro ti* determine to ■ .#ar the track* He st art aal a snow flew laden : arith stone down the incline The pb»w struck th* hones Md utterly demolished Trash La stew's (»»hltem. fMUtilPI Cliv, Jmm A—Coagr—a mas Freak imewler ie mg grtting well aa rapidly a* hi* In* ad* hoped HI* ;4iy»i dan Uwhu on aa entire e**«athm id «un-grew t. -na. work m --nler tbit th shatter*! terr!-en    may be tmflt ap. He ba* Imm h-ng walk* about th# city, hut the ileal n akra It inndviaabir ta continue this and L# Will goto sew que’ rregt pr>. „tl) For.raw Me. as, to rat u;- rat# in pre Ie r- • ■    .«* go* bg ta the L *j» si. He may a.4 he able is resume has 4 ut en l f th# rrasatn lev ut the s—eian it. GLOBE Guarantees. Prices. se in GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. t>lh Wm)m at Ik. tUfU lra»«a Maw a- AKC. Win. Jan* A—Th* tine annual mndun ut th* anpevE.# «m»ril ut th# Royal Ar,anam t th# Us It ta I r-' tea an I I aua ti #-m«#n#-1 ta I this city »xt j m anpraw# ragrat. Hon L. T Wart*, of Virgiula, pmddtag Th* raport of (be *Bpram* aw n-tarr .bowtd a rn, raharafclp of mj»I. *2- tocraaw of lk*» during th* pa** tear Th# anil *ru,*d rank [tara t—! at I * p ta- Hi » grand racep was teodrrad th* visitors at Befclltl park in the rvvtdag __ lllish. bMMrrath <aa«Msi!*a. BrntxortKiL. His Jam k- -Th* tkvmo-cratk .gat# convent*-rn was cai tad to order at I* o'clock ta th* aes# n* My cb am tnt of theeMd* been* byC airman Phripa et the Ursa -cratir stale central rvmmtMee. at? delegate* Wing is s'lcidas t Joeey-h Mann. • -f Qnnviilq, wa* made chai (yuan of thaennranttan Afur the roll .all of the •lriegat#' • receas WW taken until t oel«dL re**# H a.—It aith a WewAws Hey. Atut Rh Ga. June i -Tattanan county • -lily prve-nrf, cwndned In at Hrxievill#. anlnrihai th. J..*e aiel waikoi -mt If is nam* ti John Fraser, a northern ta*?; v. ho w'a* a “teated ."'barged with •taal ng ti* money af a n».»t. * uh arbtrn he wa* (raveling IL- jmil door wa* fwd old# ope a ut th# taunting, and in lh. tai wa* a wooden key wtu* h t raser ha,I w r-it!tad ant of a handk Klepe* .III a IMe*te*4 »»*•* Des Mot va*. Iowa, June 5 — Ex-Dapnty OonMf Auditor C B Kaufman is accused od taaviag hts wife and family and rmnning cfi tmh Mr* Kell* Blair, th* div-*ro#d wife of William Blair Mr Kaufman re Signed his j» aition ta the auditor s odic* about rn month ago to take a parti-* with a 1? -ngag# company and it was thought he had g vie mutt un hu».teens, hut it sa-d that t - wect away with th* worn .Saturds} last Thera to no shortage rn t voted s yaar s salary 5. rt*d in his aerounti and th* only ran muri#rad man eon assigned la an infatuation tmr tha run d-wrn ti §mmm Tirta of the Jwh, New Yegg, June I.—Four any roam cran ra haw wet ta their rarignntion* to rtn;wrrt*ur M array. They said, ta general terms that they were rick. tai whether they wert sick of enumerating or tick of life arna not stated. Abraham Al*san dp was one of t been Hr had tarn add rag up Palish Jews on th* anat ride, aiel 1 them kwp -.ajet bi* very soul was .snlmieh n th the ecuril at marik    I    Dublin    Jack  ..............—    Bewend* Ui nilmnftod to flat ia ? ah-vkad th# [evq.ta tit thai city aa did the brutal murder of Wh*r Jo#*pi» Mtaru ftshl, ra; tain of the night polk*, -sh*. **• found dead on th* street* st daylight th# morning <*f Marti. 12. i«> his broo tai battered to pto*wa TV murder prowd to he the - Ute--in* of a rtt-t created ley a party •f Darenpcrt molders, who wrve ratamlng bame ta a tinaur<<u» matin## aft- r hating beld a drunken carom*, at It- - k Maud Barney Heeney bad marr,ed the girl of his chao# that day and aith a party of his frt- adm wa* amt celebrating toe event when the odtoar wa*mnroerad. He**! wti— rt ay as pall. y. K art.field *•* wry (• polar with all clmasa Th* tty council beld a sfra tai meeting anti raaolutkn# of sympathy were adopted. Ti-* mayor tsetad a arm lama urn -<>*.nmi!i>f all r-ugh» to desist from unlawfnl rn tm sad -died *.;•* th* to J cit iseo*- to aid th* * athort tim in hunting “ down the nnfimn Th* «tr gannril to th* win af the thru rn* to work to iminato John < ava aa ugh, alias Bu bite Jark. a young tinsmith. wa* blat arrased Bernhard and pair- a Unweary, br<thera th# Latter only 14 years of ag*. « i* next take:, in. also John Co: rtdin* and Tuna Ii •» all twlong mg at Davenport. It wa* dwriopad at th* trial that the murder cain* about ta th* ftdlo wing manner: Do tim Jack, th* Hero#? broth***, and tehees wert appro* Bed by Rcurr,field who tried to make ARK ACKNOWLEDGED THF Simplest, Most Lasing and Ectnom cai. REMAINS Unchanged throug Y^ars Fli-iise lion*I be gulled tutu trying experiment*! stoves. «g§ Over .'KHI nom In itae la our city. nm 4 HAMILL, Sift Belle st. A. J. HOWELL DK A I.KR IN CARUKTS, CURTAIN4, CLOTHS, RUGS,to. OIL had A aevtra aru hattef cd the ofbter of th* party then began They wa h Jack gee the tad Ivliwd hub On* grabbed th* t Mum rn him over th* W*a*S tie tar a Brtwesarr. Ctnmill, Jan* h C oeroran, sleeted e^i clo** dnaday anleanA, for day* and **dy lari wash had to he head I bks dotes the party find Du Mm taken from th* I at-tate ran* 01, aaas The j Jars wa* given a Ut* mmimum. hut after dtorovrry has ham mad# that ©ear Ona ha had arrr#d fourtaen ynaen Go*rrecr ha-, ired pn—ers to th* worhhmm* ham Ogtaahy gar* him a eomu.matton and ha Inn ll! -gally comm tiled by him and can J ira# ralansed fori Bern#*, aitk^ugh only he rata* scd at -taow tfsistos tort, Sa ray 1> N«w Y*a.g. June fi—Washington tan. th* suwk operator mr HM-oth nr*- hwnag a large ctmunrte t<> tat -1 mad -rat st a Vt* rules of the stork rArhaag* u agata to ua* «tty and ha* aotiftel I he wmrk cha-»g# 3ta» to to praparad ti- [ny all cl bu* with la!*rest f.-r ta- tang a# I rn -ti; * t toy bara ta* ti pan of ag* istdM a fourt*#u y*ar ' term, which be served aud wa* ss.raawl with Du Min Jack aom# yaws ago Bar * acy lien - wa* Ani glean a Ilia tram by • th* Re.A Wand court, hut ehtninei n new of I trial mad thro took a thaag* ut ra*»* to Henri county, » her* another trial alw rn- j nutted ta n hi* term Th* Ahem Our Prices WILL BE Pl JUND LOWEH -C3.1siJ3ri.1g Omliiies and Styles- Than it Mr other boti ae id Alton. In to isequeao* of th# (»KK%T KXI KS I *A our SALUS rid arc enabled to do Bu-.dees od a VERY CLAWK MARGIN arid ii is a rw* cgn tod fact Uuti we khndla by far LARUEU (QUANTITIES DF GOODS THAN ANY OTI1KB UmjSK IN TUP CITY. tx • uaplwatod wut free FEMNE FIRE HEROES. n>wl«M| (-#<• bum 1 STRI.W \ I i 'Hki THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE i Ton owe a Duty to Yourself to Call IU til#* >a TWI* Heat. CMT AUO, J uu# » —A #>-Datable took pnmiT-1— of Th* GImLw newspaper tm a distr#'-- w*rr*'.! en am ‘.-Ut bf rh* I'? ;>re Urn *t the iMiiid ag aeCBptod by Ti)* bion Th# (jI ti - unpaay I* said to im «ev*ral g«aik« r#*«t ta arroara Mr foritrrwoa, the    **( the pap r •*>; the urn p*«y k.-ulJ ti rn' to lo act tie claim* mu* ta,- .rl *• I t.*t the ha-a or#* - f the fm pre w.iu!4 m no wa# ti cempttoniril y ell a##* sa* tm*. La.Airt'HAX, Cot. J nam h Falk while rt;«.r.n< a pomp Gals tiber « sa. toil fart awd rh .’am v 11 • premat ti re Aafitaek ms Hratal Hardee rt l„-t ai IXJ.: . Jan* 5 —I chided two > wing mentor miaoundsncAta church ai M*«»h*rvttto, Hr*. O. C. Kaah. af this place. • u nnmrfvifnny braton. Moan* HU ktor nod Hotort Itogto were ar mated for th* amani* Monday Mr Raal. -Bed Crim his i&inrm*. airt the thargm agmiwt th* accused will Ie changad to aaanotanghtoc Lcghtotog f ***** * Om*ew#«l«# He*. Ch: mutt,.I'.a* A -■ Mon lay o:g*t * wa* genera! t^roqghoat It-wa. Lime to, and Wm- u-.u mud ©wmtitonshi* Cs»-mrito *    rroertad    tram motif potato At Medford. ta th*    *a    atorrtrtcal *tor» dapwaad with .af! of Ota Mikarin compaay** digh wtmi rs*rtii*.»Liiqi a cprfcma. Th* o tis* butt.-rn, adiriemaa af rid ngAtatag nail a tam wbkh destroyed • rn nmabod toto a simplism tw#h* i-uixringa -aas FrtitM wa* kiiku and    -    ■——------— MSB badly toforad by tto    r#1.1 rn. ». in* rartm *»ploahm of a Mari at th* Bi rrtl/> M. Y June* -I* tto I start M    prart-ytonaa    (ietwrri    aaownbly rn ymMm 4 the Col tod (K\KR AMI ANON at the GLOBE. HUtiDKBRAIND Invites You All. larval 6»it-#rt*« rt kwoai ah*■>«#*. jfa n Y«rtiL, J-tad fifty (enaca #* arpat—tiro railed Behuhrt. T ueadajr ©a toe toeagaahip F rib dan. h r Br#mea They ga ** a pert of tlw I* apt * tot j*#© »*ark*»*ca It -a all -arts af ti# world, wk© act ti* a«w-wi*fo ta tad ear »* part ut July at I‘«.t>hw» • . ra *i>y aud abt) 4 far prima IU* o##g«wB Ae##*-w ffogrTLkAti. ti* Jwdt i—Th* Beputii mm <»« wd* t- * «h#VK-) ti Qurnmm IW n©yer by frwm toto ti* "to*: mafoetof. Th* tog riaHMd rids to B#puutoa* on toltie [ tiara*mo Kb*.Hew.     V':    V7    ,    ta    u    gDrtuk. ug th* frowt t-tita. handrod arri    rt^totaTtT    the,    found riandoia railed    k    ^    L    aarirawe-ng    to    _pn! a a»trcMrn. Ate,? rt* M* Jasd 6 - At the aftermeal —riot of the Dem**-*no state -    iou peri ti to' MIR, af tour, m for go*en*©! by ac jutiat, rttiec -ti th* tau* ta the pron- m toattid al Tkanktgivtafi tlaw. » •aterijwd to »l* INatou RCW TcdriC June i —At aa carty hour ta th* am Betag Jon* R- foarkra. tad Heman af lh* Co nard ati-an.-r H < tall lying at 1 -m* to Startk river, am found fiend ta ta* hun it on beard the »«**eA The awrurwr's MI * was notified Th* -mn • gbip eaaapddj will tahr charge ti th* tarty.    _      ^ f tm* ra*#**# ta Ma* Tows. Btiobtof tarro BU. Jsm# 4 - Melle City hee had tor fir r t>u ithta whro JU I .mfo a Hr.#.- s.# , *>• m yearn, cut hi# tor -at with ame* eat t»«aptae*fi th* curl by pan ting rn b «Urt tbr.-ug)* Nr* Ti Ufo June A —Throe Brooklyn girts dis toguoahed ehrmari*«* | as fir* figh vrs and life a**em Tnaaday hp exitug^> n ta -rot. ug * tad* la the handsome br -1. MMM maidrnra of haji*; - Kodngnra a weah%f Futon, at IM MeDutHtagfc Heart Th* fit* w«# mama by th* l-t tier A year Ii daughter ut the hone*, who, with her toby brother. I mrtrtb* -rid. tad boro toft afoot by her m vt brr • tto third fiuur The child, to j tau. p?tag ta light th* ga*.. «rt fir* to the { hu» -arbalo* and th* flam#* t cmted with ta* hod a* witch th# baby lay TW »*** ta...## tim to Verb, hat- attracted tto aftinti-e. et J row* Inert- v ami Atma add AdaGmro daqgh Vic# Ftimde»t hamnel Groan, et Lawyer* Title ami Guarajutsw Con-qr, who lives next dcew Th# yon ag la I* wror admitted to th* bn*#* by tto ruratrvkHk en rot armrt with tto pem with width they had toro ifltag tbs front gar-v-a ' ta raachmg they found Mr* HafirteanB vainly #.# ag ti ,«! twit it-- ftasaew md Marly aafi« ated <rn* ydang lad* *»»ati tod up taw bah} tom tto burtitg bod anotto* tho btu* fin Tag, and writ c* ta tora * *«♦ arian nod tto aid «f th* hand *, • ta tors lh# fin©J## # atm pat tori. I aal bow recalling a large Mfd ran--1 atapk of CkitLi. in all pftfifiig iii ain, tor Rprteg NusU. vtaflR I *tn piepareJ to make up id Fashionable Styles, GUAttANTEE ING Ult tart. Most A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. rwi« Fieri: a. Blk Jrodi -After ariraggkr af da weeks tto el ift -ag ©tori ha** pHHMatliy et Arr wl-rtj.- ; their defeat q«*neI et tto strike w applied for work at th* m»B Moro aam af# wiling to «ork th#* ran turn #c«i» •mph-i wrtdri iwrtt of rimuscdni * - pp* n bari »««#>; tto wad of Ito*'I-1 tm ttrve* led by ttoaktowra to* sin tis fail ara here fowvss them uh ► ut gaining at tatari ftariri •• Mi toe ©rater ti u* ramp*-hi*# fond ;