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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'A'fitf TEN THE LETHHUIDGE DAILY HERALD SiYTl'HOAY, OKCKMliKU tf. HEALIEST IN -THE FAMILY N. "FRUIT-A-TIVES- Medicine list. Alta., Dec. Hi Hat was. the scsr.e at vie uf ine tl I Important as well as rue of the est and most Interesting iTimlnal s ever held In Canada and certaln- Western Canada, wlu't Adam i living In the Schiller ,t near Medicine Hat was con- ol murdering his vita by stryrh- H- poistmlnsc. The evidence was circumstantial, there being nil r'l a proc-I that ellher haS j polsoii or gave il to his vile. He- of [his. Ihe rronrn ha3 a very] ot whose evidence tool; as long I "We. "Fniil-a-tivM" in two ilays. On I'm ollior nand the our house fbrnrrr three jc-vjcailhan fence brought forward i? wlmesJe, a[ s found tlieia i gooJ modicino. !an effort XccordiaB to Hatch Policy Would Mean Big Increase in Tax Rate Campsljitilni lor the mayoralty clos- lory or the cliy did the police court ed Friday night at schoolv records show less crime than today, so far as speaklnc by the candidates and the dtalemeDts-beiot; baudled ah- was concerned. Today the out lhat the city Is unclean are both lining up for the purpote ifl not according 10 fact. There ware .be said, also, had claimed to be unt r. pi tha Others ol coinuilsaioii govern- uienl In- LethurldKC. nhd he hid BO doubt Ihe mayor had bis eye on thai M.CCO Job was training II up. Mr. Hatch atae. went luto Ihe history ot the. city coal mine which be had Instrumental In tecvlng lor lit city tor fl.OCP. That niUia baa supplied JoO.OOO worth of coal to Iho thus effecting a great DID Mf KEEP FfliH London, Out., Dec. one of Iho 1 thought, received unfair treatment. They had responded nobly for Ihe war and patriotic'efforts'and'tho premier and his party were endeavoring to blued them ID Iho of Die capitalist. conscription "of wealth, lie would ho undertaken by tho premier. John Kennedy ot Toronto, '.ho present system of foJd control was a joke and the asking of mqetlngs ever held In Ix-ndoji. out bacon at silly i______..____ ___ ___ _ J- Waiters, president of the Domln- on a week fame In for scvcro crl- And he hid never tried while lul> Trades Congress, sjicaklntr in sup tlclsni. Tacts 'wosilircisIi-iieJwLUiPropsj-. llerlimbs ffove trite the poison j we ted ID be gopher poison. In a glas. iwhlskey on Sunday morning. Jtn- ry lasi. She took violently ill din 15 or JO minutes died. As soon ishe took tent hli little y [or his Joe (Hea- rer and sister. Thoy hiileil an-i her neighbor Bruno Giezinger ami s wlfo gains by and man went r Xeigel's brother. Joe Gelzineer d his wile, nnd Juliana Gelzlnger. j [ff.ot Brano. were prosent while Ira N'elsel died and their conflicting Ideace as to the symptoms shown the deceased formed the most dit- ;ult point for th-i medical wliEejses d ihe jury to decide upon. lulUna Gieiinser and Adim-Xelgel been having Illicit relations be- Neigel's irife died and ?he r.wore -it Neisel wanted her lo poison hU _I6 for him. Alter Clard Xeujels ilh, Adam confessed to Bruno lhat had had improper relations willi .'irife and Bruno blamed his wife f tils. This the defence alleged made 5- angry and she determined venae. Two deys after the ccnfes- Vn wns mnde which was about a felt after-Clara Neigel died, Juliana id her husband lhat Adam hau told ro mat Ke had "given his wife some- kit lo drink lhat made her lose her totuinli-.hecoulclnotllvc. decided lo Irj- .frx bfgan tttsfa-ji' itr.prvi fiKenl ofleruf had fn a short time, tho swelling hid all goucdonuandhcr flesh to loot more n.Uunl. Xow she is the h.'t'.thieil cut in thtfewty and has no signs oT the old Ailment, "We can not say loo much for Fniit-a- tives" And would never be without UiemJI. i 1 'WILLIAM WAHREK. SOc. a boi. 6 for J3.50, trul size, 25c. At1 all ileilers or sent postpaid on reeeiptojpriceby Truit a-LiveaLimited, There was no cjclieuienl of any fclnd Its salary of attached to the i tor the Ti or SO people present. N'o mayoralty. "If Mr. Hatch had been I questions were nss.ed either candidate elected four years ago to the 10 that il Is pretty generally consider- nlly under the commission 1 ed the iiec-ple have alreedy made up government'' the mayor d their minds the way they will vote "he would be one of ita sronjest fld- (in Monday, i s today." .'.'cllUer candldtie covered Dealing with the sale of bonds ami ground. Mr. llalt-h went Inlo the re- junketing Irlps. (he uayor declared cord of his service In Ihe city's employ thit Mr. Hatch had not told the pea- as .inaycr, and fllso for tvvo tercis as plo ctt I.clhbrldge iu this canin-iisn alderman. Ha reller.ited hi- state- ihat the council of 1912 had paid a ruenl thai the city of Lejhbrldje would raau }3.COO to lake trip to sell houJs Sa5l, Dec Tljc Liberal he very uiivilliiig to give un any e! End thai he came liack without sell- kM aL the indebledneis .for which sce'iped Ing them- The mayor declared ihit POlilau clmrch hprc last night under lo be charccd up against Him. He the Irips taVen uy the commissioners Ihe campaign management repealed his platform, tlie main planks had cost ?3.0CM and that ll-.e money -'llicuetl1 nearly :ulinui-i of which are the return 10 the alder- made in Ihe higher prices of liqnda a a numlic-r 61 sol-, manic form of government witii n alor.e received beeauso ot Ihose trips J-'J audience o'jjcclcd to, laid mayor, nnd the separation o! the was SSS.OOO. And as lo junUct trips. '-Srrzts c-f (.'Isfoyaly made asKltisl and-tire dcparluienl under dli- Ihe council of 1913 had fovcrnmcnt hy J. F. ot. 'The people ot 1-17, Eoulhweat -ol Milk River are to he congratulated. on V' that he had olferei her their spiiqdid In aid W the JSOD her husband and Crbaj'. On Noreaiber they 'Klo follow him to North Dakota held a tuCket social and dance in Ite dncins fads In his elforls 'o'shor.- cause ihe visited -Morsc- clialrnwii o Ihc mec m5 lhat commission form ot Kovcm.acnt. many plants and secured the best ideas has saved the city money, and that In'from them all and ihey knew lhat the BrltIsU and Eivc ihe matter of salaries paid Ihe heads neiv plant Here was belns well built.; hearlnj. of the city ihe cipendllure now is no The city of Medicine'Hat brought en I Ono of the soidlers, n returned man' greater lhaii during the later years ol. tipcrt engineer Irbin the cast to looTi' and at time president the Jldprmanic government. jaller'thclr plant which was built al .Great War Veterans' association here, Dealing with Mr. Match's injrporled'a cost ot J150.000. The Lottonf fell when tiven'a hearing, made a "Strong promise to pay the Montana scale i! oufql the plant costing 525.000 or appeal on behalf of tlie union sovp.rn- wases the employees ot the cltt- te' more to replace. The council decided monl. He said that every vole against cited figures to show that this would the Job was so rotten they refused the union helped lo build another cot- mean an increase of about in to pay Ihc engineer. He sued and that fin in France and that every vole tor ice city's payroll lor Ihe year. 6.' an cost them And .all Uiurier addedjnolher litde cross In Increase in the lax rate of sli mills.: that took place_under aldermanic fields otTlanders. This wiih nillls extra1 for the id-j ernmenl. spsakers were jcercu al by the dltlonal police [orce Mr. Hatch prom-L Iteplying to Jlayor Hardle llr. Hatch soldiers' throughout the meeting and ises would make an increase of eight declared he was qol responsible in any- Ihe'soldlers told them to enlist If they mills be said, and Mr. Halch nor nny way for Ihe street railway. --The to do so'methlng for their c'ouu- other man could shou" hlru that the pie had said they wanted il, ihey ha'd'-'try. inenlion was maile-of citizens could pay it., [voted the money and io the spending- Alderman MacDeth, Ihc candidate, Dealing with the police question the' of II he. as mayor, had merely Uie soldiers- thought was fit mayor declared that never in Ihe bjs- Xo get value_ received.' Mayor Hardfc -'enoush to eniisl. would live as min" >nu ,iSoe Fiiier, .a-friend, of' Adiia had pwly it he h'a> given hIsJ'wile'jwIioB In j atjo'i Bint Viet school' at which the sain of -was rTh w 'goes .'not only, to show the prbs- lie.iwoplB of the'dlalrict but cause oE the .jhese two witnes rfe evidence ot the the real [ounilailon ol the crown's Juliana dcscribei! .the j "jinptoms.'showii by Clara Nelgel on deathbed very accurately as those poisoning. 'The only ex- !'pilon" "was that she said ClaraJs were7bent.or fleied, which all jctprs said , not a symptom .of yniscninj; nnd Ihe. expert lie delence said 11 was ImpoaslBlz 'T the tneaiUo.he bent if she died strychnine polsonins. He sugsest- }'-ttat she died of bloodylot. He Ulls.: conclusion.on tiie fact that ;e tad ilven Dlrth to a bahy some and had been complain- :iol pains In her side and back iceytbal. event. aulylsl swore lhat analyzed the onans of .Ihe ;dylient him by the doctor who.con- iqaU' the fonnd conleSla ohe- grain of Medl- U itperts tor the crown basiuK their upoa the symplomi descrih-. and Ihe'oDln-l leadlcur medical aulhorilles la taken Inlo the; It W iio changed Ibut It Is 1m-1 irtile more than a very 'itll yrtHjitTtioii of the dcz.e Itkea and I UNIONIST WITHDRAWS .Moucjon, N, B.; Dec. The Trans- crjpt announces this afternoon that (Unionist) hes withdrawn in county. .and that Mr. Tourgeon, 'stral-ht' Liberal, was de- I dared elected by acclamation. WOMEN VOTERS ARE REQUESTED TO at all Is ruoveredy presents of '.his qnanllty In the stomach and hat a fatal dose had been The medical expert for the ciaiiiicu i'nat the smallneaa of t I iflDounl recorercd.dld not Indicate j U'altauji dose taken and plabtd the presence of the slrych- the fact that '.Ss hsd Uklng pills and a tonic which Buried strychnine. He claimed I tin ttklng ol the tlrlnk ot whliUey lljii increased the blood pressure portion o'f the blood clot had had gone Into the tlon oinloe death. He inaln- strychnine was a cnmula- while the experts tor Ibe ,0foeln ttul It v.-as not. decided lhat the clroiin- related by the crown proved it: Nelgel had poisoned his remind Mr. JatUce Hyndrnan jen- Neigcl hanged un March ot Medicine :U bfOMciricd aurl MMSFS Davidson of Medicine Hat defended .STATE ME NT, Aastro- general beadquarLera (odiy fojldwlug official rtkte- ._-.-----r. _: Jlarihal Con-. f vyon'Hoetxadorf: ItaTe woii tnr- tn i4'tB aaod eiiEaflenienli iMtrng 0er- tUmj's rnlslkaice n'Jloo'te M. lUe fall of this rralwark, defended Jck't, tMatartaii ot war nuier- The (Mat irttoMTa "captured alncc t ft lw. I to Ike nooly and tone AT THE COMMITTEE ROOM Union GoVenmeat Atsocktm At the S. 0. E. HaO TEHTH STREET SOUTH AT ONCE A WOMAN HAS A VOTE WHO It 1 The a loldiir who. hai icrvtd II Mrvlng with the Brltlth (either Can- adlsn or Imflvrlal) out of Can- ada In tht prtMrrt war. 2. The mother, daughter or lister of a Midler wh hit unf- ed or It icrving with the foicu or Imptr 111) out of Canada In the prtMnt war. 3. The widow, moth-ir, iiugh! cr or ilder ol a Midler wtio hit jirvcd with ihf Irltlth rorcet (Canadian or Imperial) ovt of Canada in the preieirt war and who hat. died. 4. The wife (or ,rr, dauttiUr or of a In Ihe Canidlan or 1m- .perfat Naval forcn In or out of In the preient war, minted' btftrt the 20th S-ptem- THE CjDMMiTTEE ROOM 18 OPEN 'DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL P.W. 00 It NOW! DELAY MAY YOUR .VOTE PBESBYTERIAiN Knoi Church Corner >ve. >nd 91 h .m.: -Seeking Ood's Promleea. Divine Healing at each nerrkf. We, nre IlvlnB injlhc ready. Come. 7l- Everyone Welcome To Thete Serrictt. BELIEVERS Rcir 402 13th Street N. iftemble pi -.Day for Iht Broking of Bna4 11 a.m. iundar at 3 pa. Preaching it! 7.99 PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL A30EM8LY Cor. 5th Ave. and 18th pt. N. _j Rev. C. M. Hove, Pattsr. Rttldence, 6M 19th Street N. Sunday: 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. -Tuesday anfl Thursday al 8 p.m. Prayer Service al 15M 3rd Ave Ralarday S p.m. Tne above services In Ihe future held In the large upstair hall ,ln LATTER DAY SAINTS Charch Jesus Chrtot Uttn Day Saints v Corner 7lh Ave. and IZlfi it. Sunday t.n. __ gadramonl 1 t p.m. Vlsitorj Always. Oto. W, Ornn, M4 An. tj CHRIST AUELPIIIANS- Hen In Mocit Hall, Hljlntotmm Blork, tMrantt 5th SL and Avenue Wednesdays': s p.m.', Ulhle Class. Sundays at _10 a.m.. to commemorate Ihe Lord's Dealh. and at 7.30 p.m. lo proclaim the glad tidings of li( Kingdom of dod. 'I SuWect: "What Trote Men Believed Who Justified hy Faith." i All fteatt Free CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" First Church of Christ Sdrttis, Hull Block, 7th Street 4. Sunrfar at tl tjn. Subject: "Cod the Only Caute and the Sons ol Englf.nd hullillng. ncit Sunday School convenes alter Ike (o Iho Y.M.ClA. The church eslind lo you hearty welcome. ThS turn- ing of Ihe Lord drawelh nigh.- Are you ready7 LETKBRIDQE BIHLE CLAM The I.rthbTlrlce Btt'le Kta'iir, Claw wfll hold Ihelr usual Weekly the Durgman Hall on tt. 8 p.m. We welcome ill ire lilwMM M .Bible ijluny. FM. innrnltiK tvcnlnt. Teallmony moil- ing it K p.m. -Tho.reading room ex- cept) Sundays and legal from to 6 p.m..Here, the Bible sntl anlhor- cd Christian Science literature nay be read, borrowed or.purcbaBed, Tht publte Is cordlnlly Invlled lo at- tend the church services, also lo vtilt Ihe reading room. ChriatUn Charch .Car. Srd'Ave, and SI. S. Oliver L. Curtit, Paitor CofftauuM Maniloni Httnflay School .10.30, Sinter Uon-i- Bupcrlntel.ilenl. The rhnrch Vwlll he warm and comfortable '.'every Sunday MI pi I Is nrjei. he present. breaching iicrvlce al 11.30. .Morning mhjcct: "The Fort-rfwn ir Pitcher." Eienliig icnnon: (Advertisement) Edllor of Ihc Herald: 'Dear bolns proccnt unlll Uic laltcr of the political meeting held In Central School iait Tuesday evsulns, "for. and ut.ilusl commission Koverninent" I did not have the pleasure ot hearing Mnyor llardlc'a defense of Eamc; but utter reading a report n[ his defense In the Herald. 1 cm" not sec that he uul up any defense in favor ot commission sovernicent; his whole line en'endeavor to prove his own abllily. as an elfkjoiu administrator and scleutli'lc financier, but 1 am not able to sco ihnt he advanced convinclnc arcu- aieuls alonK these lines. Kverylhlng w'hii-ti, ho has mfntioncJ, which he claims, has bce'i accomplbhcd under 'commission government In tlie Interral of tills City, tould have, been ficcomplisTied under aldjrmanlc government, dl ninth (ess coat to the Oily. And iliere nre. a number ot trans- actions.- which-he did not mention, which was consummated under commission-government, which could not have liec-u consummated under uldernunlc government, and which were not in the lim-rcsts of this cIly.-Tersonal scllcilntlon may bo the heat me'.hml of dlsimsinR of boodi. bijl-ll proof than thai .lulvnnccd hy Jlr. Hardlc lo convince IUP that It'Is the best method, thb fact that wlinlc- dealers men to travel over Iho couulrv to sell their gooil.s. is no proof thai bonite should be sold by the methods, lliij inelliod of selling m'erchandisn has bccc a custom with wholesalers for some limn iwd St would be n hard mailer to pers'uude all the .wholesales to discontinue il. If (his Method of selllnK bonds is mosl advaulAgtuus, olher cities would have found It out before now. The .Mayor wjould have you believe that he has performed almost miracles. In'uiattagfng and financing' !fce affairs of .tin's city, during his (cnuro In office. 1 know, and you kuow, laat Ihcre arc luTmlrcds of men in this city y.-ho have done ahlcr financing lii'lbclr own business. accord- Ing lo their own resources, than the -mayor has done, with all Ihc resources pf Lclhbridgc al bis back- There n number 61 men In this who.sfe -sole manner of flnanntas during Iho depression, Mayor llardle's efforts In that direction sppeur like the ability of an amateur. -THE GRACE COAL MINE DEAL In the. matter of.Ihc Grace coal mine proposilion, I can .not sec irhere Iho mayor can claim any credll for tho manner In which ho handled this proposition, It the city needed this property, as LUe mjyor claims it did; It scecnj to P.S shrewd as he would believe, he would have'purchased the mine for tho .city, at Ihe Grace purchased il. for hiiuseif. Ills claim of not beluf> able lo'Unsure Ihe piirchase of Uils iiroperty, la not In keeping with j his claim-bt.bplnfc a financier In-a class by hlmEelf. He not only neglected the in this part of the de'al, but after Mr. Grncri had purchased the properly hail given the mayor an option to "purchase II for uie city, for Iha BUUI ot forty thousand dollars. Mr. Ilardle, In ono of his campaign selling talks 'to the public, staled tlmt -he lihd'phfaincd nn option from Air. Grace on .this propcrty'for forty j thousami which was five Ihousahd less' than whal joca] cnpii- 'italisls and nnvlous to pay for nnd after the commission had hit the proposition official cluu, wb'ch made Jl for-the city to. purchase It should not he'expecting too much tor the cyy to ha'vp-lprpcclcd its mayor, lo turn.. Ihii over lo, thp local s'b anxious to pur-' cbasc malfe'tive 'thousand dollars for Iho. cilyi- But Inslcad-of 'making this the city, accordlng'to hVlTrfWril-1' the optlbn'hack and very Ukcly lost the dollar which hi had paid the option. f MR- HARDIE'S BANK i- j MivHardie s'lates-lhal.he SVill allow you lo examine big bank book, wllliEhow, Lhat his balance IB right side. at Ibe of his term.' This, seeing to" me, go to thow-that he is extravagant man, a-manwllli a small fauiily, whose salary is four thousand dollars per year, and who can not keep -even, certainly, does, noj -p.racllcc'cconoiny in his'privatc affairs, anil .could hardly 'fe ei-pDCled.lo practice economy In conducting the city's JUNKETING TFIIPS.EXPCNSE It will be notlced'lhat the mayor ia not rcry definite in the nnininl tlieao tilpa have cost the stales'that If he liaa spent.llirec or> four thousand dflll.irE oh these" (rips (Jie city has heen ivcll paid for U.." .if some of us .had'the difference between throe and four thousand would Ihousand dollars, we would con- sider that But the mayor In ccndllcLIng'the affaire pKlhis city, does not aeem.lo Ihousjiid dollars Is worlh I bollcve lhat II la for'lhe In'lcreEts of Ihls'city, for lo have a man for mayor ivhr) will Keep closer track of his travelling expenses, lhan not to know whellicr Ihc amount IMhrcVdr four thousand have h'een" thousand and under commission government It could havg been that amtiiot, md Ihe city would have had no rcdrcai. J' v FILTRATION PLANT The mayor "seems lo he pinning his hopes of winning this -on the solldarlfy ol the constnicllon of the flltritlon 1 .am.'. informed lhal thlft- planl IB being idnstrucled.-.hy-Hie "samo company 'who conslrnctcd the Bcdlmeiilatlon'plant, which Iho'mayor cpniplalns of, cs being so poorly consfruclcd. 1 have no reason lo" thnl the flltrallon not being properly constructeil; we Tlavo Iha word of .the editor of Ihe I.elhbrldgn Tclcerani, who, ovldciitly hna inspected It, and Jlaa pronounced II a monument lo commission govern- ment throurn columns of his paper, Ihls should he final proof (hat ll'is being bnllt up lo speclficallons. I bcltovo thai, (he editor might M able tc diatlneuUX the djffercncc between a fillrallon plant and n sausaga plant. v There Is no gdllng away from the fact lhal Ihe principle ot IB risnt, and llio the principle of commission govern-' inenL, fnch as we hnve here, Is wrong.' In nldcrmnnlc- rorernment.Mio ,people rule Ilielr own affairs, through Ihelr representatives whorh they -.elect. While" In Lho commissioners iirc'lhc- 'suprchie-riilcrs. tojhe Client lhat they have sufficient authority to spend your monej'aa luey see fit, and iinlll your city'Is bankrupt, Mr. Har'dle .that government'Is dangerous, unlcsa Of .Bohcsi'nn'LcapBhlo men. Is Ihls nol n.good.lime to get -.rid ol a diltgero'tis'Eoyerrifnerit? And replace It a government, Iho has' Blood the teat ol tlmo, under all conditions, In 't Eoverning lav -Dominion of..Canada, and her also other Clllcs. Uankji'tlflltweys and. olher successful corpornlloiM, a.govern- mcc4 ot .1 know tjicre r.rc people unjustly accuse Jlr. Hatch.nnd iktcrnianlc (he bad> financial condition of the city, when Mr. llardls look up thu rclna of clly govcmnK'nt, but Ihcre fcr'e no .grounds for auch undeserved nccusallons, inoro olvlc Im? "prpovenienln -were undertaken'and fliicccsafnlly finished under JIf. Halch'a admlnlslrallofi Ihirl has been done undpr..nll Ihe other city adinlnlilrdUnn! combined, and every dollar's, worth of linprovimcnt.1 ITM atid7.vHlh the consent and approval of pf Ihl3 cltT. and his c'jii'ficll, can nol be justly hlanicd for great financial depression which struck (Ms whole connfry ano'ii'l BAPTIST Tint Baptist Chvrch Cor. 3rt Ave. and Jlh St. Rev. C. Baker, Patter 11 a.m. and 7JO p.m: A. M. "The Unteen KlujdenV' Heaven." F. M. SsliiKl: "fht tufremt Factor In.RtdtmplIon." T ;A' brief at the close ot regular service hoar, evening praytr at 'doiynstalrp. School al 12 a.m. anticipation of tho ____, tne clmrch to-M hM by 0 tit pastor 'i.'nipects t hral Hllendance t tl Mrrlcei! eUiM dirlttbti Endeavor id All an cordially All MlMrnc to the Nrnitlrht .TSVV.> that lime Arid our city In-aatiry hnd many'Aihcr (rjnaurle.i In Since Mr. has, frt'mr a resiunptloii of prosperily-hf this In (hp whiile should he'Riven nome'credll, for Iho goM showing Mr. Hardle ilalm? (0 hare made. In the financing of Ihls clly, T nave had nothing whatever to do wllh thu framing or advising tlr. Htlch. In. building tih nlnlforin. Mr. Hatch Is perfectly Compotcnt to form and Lfnlld his own plalform Inhlte much'nolao, nflil hej.i not wlisl 'csold be called a good poll atlvcrtlicr, and Is a hroVil honest and Inlellteenl, nnd has liad ,n whole )ol of unslnesj einerlcsce, and Is perfectly competent-and capable ot Ihllng the fciMlllpn ta.wklch lie nsplreVTME MAYdh OF LETH8RIME on Ihp- pledges himself. K elected, (o gfre Von a chance (he rights n( self restorcil lo yon Mr. llardle furors lovcrnlng proposition 'looks hest 16 your choice. .V 1 wish to saV, lirnt 1 have no hard feelings, ngalnsl Mr. Hnnllo or otKtr commlailoneM, tnrT I hope lhaljhey.irlll nnl'cntertaln any' ntrd feelings tenparils' me> Anything .which I have ssM was not Intend-' it lo be peraoraMWhat. 1 havo I considered ncresnary, in oWer lo 1------''L-> iilaiMiwhIcli 1 have taken on Uils question. ftifrt for. Hatch and Alderiranle Governmeirt, H. CALVIN ;