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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VH. I.ETHHlilUGE, ALBEIU'A, THURSDAY, JAXUAUY CENTS NUM11EK 11 EATEVEW Probable Reason Why Mr, Davis Resigned His Pos- ition on the Force RIOTOUS TALK Aid. Joe Clarke Indulged i Language Most Disgraceful Character FORMER PREMIER OF ONTARIO IS ILL OF NEPHRITIS DUE TO COLD S MGEORGE LIES MR. BAWDEN IS PRESIDENT AC FORMULATE AC- GRESSIVE POLICY Laymen's Movement Organizing for District Convention in Letlibricloe on March 3rd t, Toronto. Out.. Jan 1'J Arrived in Turoutn liiis H-.I i tlip Canadian uam. ifl lit iAli.i-L. IK- lu'l been iH U..UtMU Laur- Dr W. iiurn i-i removal tu i for a ftMi dnjs U.L i ir-r and hc-n his Sonus light on tlif H-.i.-on Chid Davis of LtiltbrhlKU inuluiLly ihu ol is Cleaned from UIR ISiilkiui H !liuss wfjjt to Oriuua ther, he foiled s iiejjttilts ami aJlvi'-Td In Toronto Xephilis is kidj.ey i LO flo'.iljl result I'd itt-1 At? tm) ir.i'jiiber canvas for uas iht s-Luyan pnipnuule j ,i la church workers al Itr.i al Y.M.C.A. last, nigh' by; .Mr. r..sfci'y. the general secretary for C.nadit for the- missionary MTVUUS His illr.css may muveim'M. Mi. Caski-y o'.s ujy be scrict'-s Giving lo luS a in Hritisli fo-i nr. Mcl'hedran nlicu atkctl and ofi at ciijisuit loi-al workers lo condi- tion hert-. As rciult the confer-1 erne it was ik-ddrd to ;i dis- trii-i confeieiiL-n here Letfiiiridifj brai-di Mi-rrlijnu 'Protective1 M Cuna'Ja held ils .uajual n.t Li-iht, hen (ilticr-rs u.- >rar Heeled. U'.uv.; in bt'.ari uhith has simc or- ui ilif uerc al! rc-cv.-'-'f-l. a1- Kirs'. Mnr (U-ii. Ka-l H. iji-i-il lloutine v..u arul isposed of, lut the poiky for the year was Icil over n fnrihor TEO 'aber's Juvenile Commissionerjp. E. Clark Millionaire Halslead Gives the Figures Sent Incorrigible to Induslrial to be Held for Disproving Charges of Ex- Ransom School Under Instructions Rales To ilit1 Kihtor Uwins; tl.c in U.e ller.ilJ Hit the Mi.ij-ni-isi.x.rr. '.Miihafiy. Tabrr !a'l to indi'Mt Mr. JuDUl ___ Sir vuudilion, stated lliatrKc "nieciing. Ti.e parcels '.vo'-ild sec tlie patient altcrr.oon. t tnenl VTAS also' ivjiorL of a ineeurii: nf tin- Uy i-ow I Uiiiui.irv lo l.clbtitWpp. Stroni: (il on Tuesd.iy A dopjtaiion, j miltcc-s WCLC orgaiiizcd unJ there will Dr. .............D jliu two -sessions, one in Ihe uHerr.con Itpfoiru united on I and I'anqiJtl, at night al which lliocouin-'ll and asktd Ilial Clskf Cur- Vfuler'5 lie rMaiiu-il. UK: of a ramur JiO was tn lio Aluyor MfN'auirnxi ; Alrl. I'lnrKt nunarftitly i th-; L- of lijc mid a jjoltjufi lime had. J.caving Hi-: thiiir, Ahijor iirn. in of nsi address lo stale of tlic ]icc i> rutfvn, nbao- Intcly rotleu. IE I Fhall net Inform Mr. Ilcutli liis place. I I'ntCll clcjii uij tho iialicti if i iiivo lo fire man on it- Car- iln-.vs tl-.e i-'iiet bjieator licv. Uutlk-otl, ivlio latored Tor r.iatiy ycais ii. Uiu field. lie is satil to br a LcU speak' cr and a man xho rarries >n tti liis iu-arers. Mr. t'as'Kcy toiil t the rcittvviiit: oi iutcrcsl in i. and Uic fine couaty convention utnl I'litliiisiasn] aroused tin- Sood accojiLpLishcd Uy liic me-i- lirr i-anvas iu toiineclinri wiih TOO in- dividual clmtches. were urbanized to lonk alter the puhlifily the ami to uiraLigc tor the supper as Magistrate Macdonald Scoriated Traitor Policeman and Gave Him Maximum Makes Strong Plea for Was a Tool tit sp.irc a stntnr.riii of iacts (.n t1ii> v.ill ilcar any 1 am a member of iuvi-nile Uoanl LL '1 Liter ivhirlj h.vrs'.isainl fatis o! thf n-c It i> tru? Mr Mahafiy ?er.i iad to t'.e Li.duitrijl school, but for an LudeU-rmKiaie per- iod i.ot tii cxrecd three years, did tijis r.ot orily at the imrlEtiilar rcqcesl oi the oarents. but nn in- struct ions retmrd troni Mr. i'haii- To uitli, tlif lad on Iiis rtv.n Kiiesjiciij. was fouiid guilty oi sleal- ng not a oi skates, but j old ttatcii, which thp Hiicl ss-jed a to U.e ii: is '.ifii.i; P. R. SCHEDULES :Look Good as Compared y. Clark Jar.ii.ay 17. vvil? .L train Ihose liirr In- Some Amer- Lines 'I't.p lei'.or tiir a'Jian !'n- fur v1-us address-I In "CLitf of Tidicer lialed l.os .Vi- HoarJ 'i- are Millionaire Clark v-unnct-tiDii aiiiiiicr i: his. folta pay il or :nan. !n He if; ucll taken carp Jan. !'a fit- Hdilujy t'O. tc of ii by Mr. Laiii.- rvitsi on Lifral l.'o I.s a man jti hi; o'wn line u-crk. You arc ynt! in i-omlug io this council, and that it sbould do K [tic Ijaa fallyJ to clean up then be to ilanie. And I inn to tOiouTdor the reipousihil- it> of seeing that (lie iiolicu do it. Yon havo almost Lnlimati-d that AV, J. Mc.Vair.urj luis the rity uiJe open. TJio'iovvn ojiun. but ii: to lie closed up. laiovf Uiere is gambling in the C hi IIP, but it sniv more tiRht for Lliu rich in tho XoiUitni Cluo or the Club tu gruu'jic tliau for I'uor lo gamMo in t'ne nigger Alderman Clarke After Delegation Mayor McN'amarn resumed his ?oat, and Alderman Chir'no look floor, lie inliinated tiiat coming hern ncil tryinf; to intini Matu and traduce riti officials. He Itif-n broUc o'.it into a lorrcnt of i.rit- of the police doiiarln-.t-ut. f-aid: "1 Jiiiow tor a fail tiienj are n Imrs of (he police force ttro ing to money to tV.eir j Dii Ihe force. TJierc LIIU (Conlir.uetl nn lie I'uhlicity A- C. Vti-luo, IIuv. 1'ickle. Kcv. lUyari, Mr. [iev. H. Cobbled it and an Angli- can lo be named by Kcv. Canon Mc- J. Irving, A. K. 11 mi- lop, C. S. h'acrow, H. Johnson, P. .1, Alexander, Rev. Francis :md Ar.clitan to named by liev. CaTion II is hoyed to arouse sufficient ir.- to Lave ilcleguitons ftom out- siile placed as far east as How Island. UTS! to the Ctow, soutli to the boun- dary and north to Vulcan- The Her- ald is requested to oi chiirclirs in (his tecritory io liecome iiili-reotcd nnd to work up a delega- tion. Any for information Lt welcomed by Ihe publicity committee, aiul it would be as well to address A. (1. Virtue, bairislcr. oi I'oapsl it who will sse that the (irsired ira'onnalion is forth- coming. M is some time now MT.CC [nin'h M as done to concentrate the attention oi men 031 missions in this south country and much is expected iis a rp.suIt oi tlits conference. U is Whniptg. Man., Jan. tab'o Hobert J. Reid, onu of Krai- in tiie jjlot utiic'i effect- eri Krafciienko's escape, apjiearoJ bc- fore McDonaM tills snorn- intf. anJ t-entcnceil to seven years in the penitentiary. "I consider your offence cxarUy a jiar that of a sentry who de- serts his post iii Uie face of the ene- saij Sir Huph Joint MacDonald, magistrate, in sentencing to tho in.aximum lty of seven years- in auEomattc revolver, knowing his des- perate character, ami tliat tiie cliancps wcro that tiiose iiiost likely iu vic- tims to it were your fellow-members on the force. I-will nut say >o.i linij murder in your heart when you did this, but 1 will say you wero ab- solutely the rOiisenuenccs." The magistrato intimated that he would have imposed a longer tcnn hail it btioii in iiis power. Plea for Leniency U. W. Crals, HeJfl's coiniaeT. made a long plea for leniency, and presented Ihe Elobert J. Held, as a city coastabJe and a guard of .Facie Krafchenko, accused of mur- der and bank robbery, assisted Kraf- chenJio to escape. llcirt stood at attention, and said not a wort) during !he proceedings, showing no emotion on liis counten- ance, uhciL liis counsel tlonc'd his parents, whom ho might never sec again if given the maximum sentence. Disgraced the Uniform "Hy your said Magistrate MarUonahl, "you havo brought dis- credit iiiioii tho whole force with which you vrere conected. You have on the prisoner's hahalf ;i petition sighed hy five. SnnidrpJ reaiil entg'of.the of Auburn, OiH. where Keid livtii until five years ago when.- at tho use .of twenty-ono, he joined Uio" Toronto 1ml fee force. The petition, -which brought to Win nipes t'y lU-icl'fi.brolnfr yestfrrday, p ont that he -had always carried a n there, an3 that he and liia fam iiy were highly respected. Mr. .Craig ileeiarrtl thai field bocii influenced by povi ers of rersiKision. hy tho as serlion that he innocent, and tha lie should come lacfc to hip iria disgraced the unilorm you wore and likely thai the every member canvas ym, took r. take place during tiie thud week hnrM V0lirself bcfore PoMce Com. m JlanJ. According lu the company I mission and f R c Piicli individual chinch organizes anil: r a canvas Jay j affair. as sister Quebec Politicians Charged with Accepting Bribes Tend- er Their Resignations The text 0! lion. Mr. Hcraid's bit- ?r wjs as follows "To His Honor, Sir Francois ;elier, oi the province 01 Qncbco have hecrt nude against me, [if which Konielhing may -I.iii. liircc rcuiain in the nilml whatf-vrr j-iCiji'jers' Tcfulation I may mnte umler iho cir- i-liar'M nt'ccTrtlnc luibrs, have'. iimsl-inccs, I consider tlia'. I owe all tendered thrir'rrii'gnations. to myself and to my friends to die .Jtiscph Oetavn MniWan, ir.omber willuiraw from lhc council. Inr in UlC hfriihly Aeliile, Hrrgcvin, li'.r counHl ftir S.i'.ilictTy. iind IMiilir Hrranl, ol tlir- Ji-aislalivr council fur immcdiatHy after the nijoarnxenl ;iuied in turning loose uiion society a most dnngorous criminal, and you tie- liberatclr furnished Kim with a deadly in March, bv the oriEoner's a Tiis guards' eympalhy mi tiie groimd "Ncii p.ipers the was v jiroinut reply 15 tic verv jLunt to tl-e a uk up firtualJon laid uy the ciiirf poiice. nut. viiiu kiiC'.v (.'lain ir-iiinateiy I H.ilsu-ail'K alatcuicsits will bs found on able and lORital, :iinl flsuvps i he are mnst i.oLivinciiiu. liavo been Tfsnitnlai'y anxious to I'ou ir.ilusiry, and I ,ic said in letter seriously, i do think any of fnvonsist- Mrs. I'hitk uas located last at ciicy cati IID established. wift KtjbScs and over the dis- ijy clad to receive roprcserita- tawc telepliuric Uiciated the from (lie stock-rntser.'. either n? rojily to the nutc with the request j individuals or as an organization, dud demanded in] to freely arid frankly discuss any -in- ficultles l.ioy linvc. If we fall to tlifitn Hatitfaition it Uicn he lime to take the case beyond UE if they FO The IcUi-r sent to U. T i "'Y" V; i secretary df the Calvary Hoard of busbaul is held iur ranEoni I will! Trado as fonoivs- eijtortatn thn proposition.contained in! ihe leller addressed to ChitC Sebas- tian, myself, 1 must tnoie." Claik ilid not state whether "1U ievcd licr husband ir. .Mahafiy tried the case. T lie COTH- iuund tiir boy guilly, and; iadc riiort to plaee him on pro-: ation with tiie jiHtenls. Tiie ouescr, rtpclinfd any respDiisihilily iSic boy and askrd to him, ent a war. Mr. Mahafly roijiintinical-j that it Le published a: v.-itb Mr. Chadwick, instruct- ihe Jeller tlial tLc boy be to Portage "I waijt to coLiinunicalc with yo.i, .a E'rasrirv it.dustrial srhnol, corn- I want to uhcie the money is nitiiiiS him on an taih'tenniijatr: rcn- to be paid and iti manner. 1 .en.ce not exceeding tlirre years. In knou tlic motive that in- vas rife.r.Ptl advisable lo remove the'spired the supposed kidnapping. I; ioy iroin ncdesirnhle home condi- ior.s. il ttas entirely due to a mis'jmier- between Mr. Mahaiiy and Mr. ('hadwk-ji over tlm age 01 the. boy tlint the isentfnce was changed 1hat tin; buy returned lu tlx ;hellcr at I-Jdmonton. Mr. "Uear :t s'jec'ia1! meeting of your board held roctmtir, Mr. George a in n-Jjich he made. statement that the Canadian Vnc- hciic actually 'iiel.l by kianappcrs; was disrouragmg tbe Rhipment of tl> loi-afnpollw aifmiUed i ..artk-ularly hogs, to Seattle toot "the blame (or (his misunrfer- I U.e letter might be a" ever? 'ef-'f af'' standing; nacl'never instructed Mr. Mahafty of the poliuy ol (lie de- partment in not nHowing linys under ihe of years tn go (o tlic in- dustrial school. Tliis matter was flir.iahed ml at a meeting oi. the hoard cm Saturday, anil the explanation yct-epletl ty tn? raembers as satisfactory. >Ir. Mahafiy was undcuhterily criticised by some of the members, even myself, but a full understanding oi tne situation clear- ed away our ilonhti? in the matter. It was owing to uniair criticism ejid un- ublicity tnat -Mr. MahafTy niarkots, and for I will br tiVcc' tiierebv.doEug -rave injury io (he live- er. Failing iu this, it .was anhnuriCeil, i" Alberta. opened tor the 's sa- a search refutn iu" Clark, ii he is held in con- i of our reconis reveals no correspond- tivity. i once of any clsaraclfr this snbjer-t 'from Lane, and anarently :ie did tnct Hunk it to tafcp uu (he raai; tt-r with us t of ore issnlng a pnblii statement. The only correspondence which we io have t'ne rp.r- riasR of rates on livestock to H cattle tras a Setter fvom a ficallle firm us to assign a :iortion of Ihf- space1 and fuci'iiUes. in the livestock vartls fit Culgarj- for their exclusive t.--------- Ill IIU11 .MULk.-lll) Q A Kin I M of lilH wife and nud by the hope resigned, and due also to ihe altitude B ENGLAND LOWERED [TS of gain held ont in Krafcbenko'd ui the chairman of the board. "fairy talcs" oi bidden treasure. He said he never was in favor oi tliej also blamed Reid's associations with present commissioner ImMing the po-" Krafchenko's co-msel, and with -John sition. Ruxlon. Ho intimated (hat Hr-ul Mr. Chadviick paid a warm tribute was to have iict-n married in a few to ihe work of Mr. Mahafiy, MINIMUM THREE DISCOUNT TO PER CENT. use. _ jfliat both he anil Ihe T.onilun, Jari. 2n.-Tltc Hank of Kng- land was enahled toJav, in qcern'C ol further worlcl-wide e.ise in commissioner. He made this state- {suong position oi ils reserve, to low- went not only al the. hr.ard. hut at Cr minimum discount one cfni. bincei Government Not Out in Open in Opposing Free Wheat (or the West of kntoon Tliompsoii, (Ja1. Hr, Mutiny, Provenchcr. They at) agrord that tl.c vast ma- jority of farmers in ivest favor of free ar.rf are lo fouipotc in (he open market with tiie world- Much was wade by Lib- eral speakers of the unanimous deci- sion ftrjvanteci hj tlic Manitoba legis- OltawAj Jan. demand "cstcrn I.iljcral mcmhers lor Three- wheat as expressed in Die. amendment fore, I transmit to yon'my to (he aJclrcss moved by Dr Xeelj- lion as iiinnlirr for the division ol for llmnboldi, Saas.. held be conditions De. Lamu.litTc. in the legislative coun- the atteulion of the commons tnday. jn Msl_ vfitR nn lhf lattire. Tlie; ivere all equally certain that free wheat would increase ma- terially "the nrr.spcrliy of woilcrn far- ni the invesiigatinj; {'oannittec Sir ].oi.ior (icnnn s-nifl llif Star thai (ii, ar.d would ask you to accept it. Will] ilrcpeM resperl, "I am, Phillip llcralJ." 'Hic amendment expressed rfgret For over an lioiir ll-j> assembly mittce thr quest inn of re- i-ornruendinK I lift lower house logtanl Messrs, llrrjul -ami H'Mgftviri ol lie legislatuc council lininlfd me last niglit' tiieir ineiutirrs inuimnily from legal proceedings (d the council, and iiskrd on the motion ,1. (o deliver O.cni to Ins llniut l.iriidiijut-dovrrntir, v.hufi I Tl.c lexl oi Mr. Idler df rr.sigurilioii ,is 11 To Mis Honor, Sir rrancois Lan Teller, seconded by .1. T-. IVtroii, the jcomoitlfc. finally decided tn report ol the I'r.irinrc tif Clurce.s 1m c uc.iinst me whatever the cou- 1. ill he, f know troublPbonie and injurious for lhc parly lo I linve given the oi my lilc. der Hie circnniMnL'-cs, 1 ofier my re- as a locinhrr for U.e divi- sion oi Halatierry in the l to the llniKC. The pelilloa and nppli- dial oi Messrs. Nichols and Mac- deaiinfi v.ilh tlw taii .Nail In the eilect liiat sale conduct he. evler.dsd lo their witneisrs so that the government liad not taken advantage oi the oiler of free, trade in wheat contained in tiic Wilson lar- iti. No definite pronouncement was made Ii> .the government as to wlmt its ultimate action would le- in- re- P3rd tu the Hon. Itogcrs. irt Hie atser.rc of Prem- ier Hordcn, uas spokesman lor the administration, contented himself an amendment fi siioul'I not !je until time. It was un- rrfcc.lenlcd, he said> to mtroilutr a con- Thur.cdav. prohably be laVcn the Imiisp may disnosc of (he toricrnlc, sncli as that petition and give sucli instructions a it tljinks proper. 1. per i-rru Hie public t-Pnt. matins il .three Sunday evening. JThis the third rcfhiclio'fi 1 hope you iirominrnrr tn j oi (hr A this slatenicnl. Undoubtedly you pub- rnt.c reduccil one lishcd the previous reports in all faith, but they wore evidently furn- ished you hy irresponsible parties .in who had sonu: nrrsonal spite, to sat- Jsfy. Yours very truh Malo. .Mayor. Taher, .Alia. This pro'jcsal bcln? at policy of the Alheria Sleek yards and belni: at us we undf-rptood it. rlie spirit of tlifl thn diy of Cal- gary, 011 Ihe stockyards' tom- jjauy holds it? was rffjotined. A Settled Policy II has been our policiy to fooler nilx- f il by in Albei'tai and we done we tould to en- courage tho develoimjeiit of wf II to remove, !f possiU'iC, some whicli havp arlf--' J en a result of certain fiRures cjlvcn by Mr. Lane. Mr. Ixine dwelt on hogs from points in Alberta to I'a., Jun. i as compared "witli rates from passengor iialn Xo. Ncu- Yori lo j points in Montana. He PUIsliurg. was wrecked four- j also rcfrrrcd ut soiuo tr, tho hnli j PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED PLAN IS READY BUT TIME FOR CARRYING THEM OUT NOT HERE .Ian. ti.r miildlc of neil week 'the cnMiniitcr.1; of nil bs busy, and llic real husinfiS f' Hie- s.rssipn under way. This rioniiiiy; all (he iiiilters met anrl circled chairmen I'rivile.i'es and Kffciioiss H.r-iL', Ilartrr. "Kasl Mamiltnn. Haiiv.ny.i and A. Cfistrr. l.iiirnln nnil I'rivatp Hlils Major Sum Sharpe, XoiMi in- Head of English Church as >i r i- I cd lo Against lorcib'c reed- Ol Women ANOTHER Jan. "noulc of condensed pus. o.UM-il. I ftri tluit I have (ailed in a STEAMER ml duty at.d that the future Iirijic il to lie u-hlc'i Ill ctislno room, sliollnr to llmt wlilrli fie-i on tlic Ma'ircfnriia on fo'.ir were killed anil ninny in- rcsjiccl 1 kuljsc-lifcc orairrc.1 on Hmrrcss of Ire- I land lain Tuesday nlglit in dock nt L.riiii-.i, t [.iveipool, but ultfinul life or Hcrecvin." iyr.nifr- A C'obaK. Ont .I.Ui plans in .iii.fiiiliurnt, tiie arc to ctrclrily thr. qiitl. aiidicis was under cor.sidcinliUi. He Onlario govnnnicnl railwav, ll.c> I'rintli.s added dial cvon when tlic iliicussion '1'omiskawins und Northern Ontario. Smlh SHMM. docs takfl pl.wc on the butlscf. tiic and Cial inn s'.irvcj-s nave Urn coin-! I'uklii- governnicnl wonld linvc lo iiavc Ijcl- plcled lor lhc divergence of the rnuto North lhc Awes, 61. Anlnlnr, Montreal. oi a M ir.iporlanl change as imrlhrrn terminus al Cochr.inr. verc' A. Kcmiijltli. the one proposed. nniong. IhE Apart. fhr iiiinister of public made by chairman sif a' MarinR and Kis'nerjcs works, tiie only other government banquet ter.dncd here List niphl. In .lnmeKon. iJighy. speaker vas T. M'. Crothcrs, minis- the. Tneinl.ers of the. T. .V X. 0. Com- Mines ami Minerals y. U. tor of labor, did not touch on mission. froe ivheat. i the plan-i tor ll.o tuo pro- from tho motor oMho amcnil-'.jecls arr. completed, Mr. Kngleharl rndit the. opi'ositton speakers v.cre said the time lor carrying thcin (i-.u Hon. Frank Oliver, Mc.Craney, Sas- had-not yet arrivcJ. the Kni; The liratl of tip Chiin-li ol intend) In the 5'if- 'raecttei-' hill r.p de- isnileh tu com mi I Mrs. Haere-Fox loM (LP pr flats1 that if lie nPlif-vcd (orlitre was over iuslifiabtc he- ronf'l not be a teal Christian. She said lie to on- liis personal (o pyt an dime, Miilrilenrii, Ii. hrrrl, N'arraimo, U. Forests and Water Illnin, I'Ml. Taylor, Xcw Wtsl- Olid to 'I'lie arehbishup said daily protests from all sections -ibie U rpceivc-l London. Jjn band tai.t lo'l.iy Archbishoi' o: i !lish Primate, in l.arnheth I'laco, nnd i Ihe coinliiunily forcible feed loKi-il Win Io capitulate I'nc, b'Jl dechucd lha( lie owiM not 'and receive one nt Ihnr number definite lo the snftrit- ;ordcr lo distuss lhc question .ii foic-ftcltcb' appeal until he had liwtii the libic toiling. .side fnllj. lie continued Tiie ivonirn hr.nlfd Ijy Mrs. I '-All I cjn promise i-s to S've my it looV them upuanls nrr.irr.rst consideration of llif mailer." an hour to jam adnissiwi lo the old] Mrs. thereupon Informed 'palace hanVs ol lira Tliames, a ilaviilsio that she- little aloie Wesliiiit.sler. Tfcav willi hii re' dined lo lisicn lo Vav altompt on Ihe ply. She presented him with a copy part of those willii'n In .lemporiw. uf the MiiTragcllc and also Finally the archbishop, kreir.j; tht.fii- with .Miss C. Manthnrsfs book and tility of IryiiiR tr. e.icape from liis said slio lionoil his perusil of Ihrin ohdiirale allowed Mrs. noiilrl open his e.yea to tlic iiCccssily, I Dr.trr-Kos lo enter. I lor acllca. ;