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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lit Coronation ffymns Receive English Quarantine Station for Dogs Approval of the Rulers a Happy and *Smarf Boarding House immmmm mmm -.New Verse for the National Anihem of Britain Is Written by Mr. Martin S. Slceffmgton--Description of the Robe King George Will Wear. MANY WEDDINGS ARE SET FOR THE GALA DAY W [rSCIAL DMPATCH ] LONOON, Siturflay. |niors formal corontilo:! ftxtures. bo .lO.c ;to Join fho flee; In -.he oM Bntann.a, '.re ITH tho QoronaUun day flrawlng, r(,,,!n^5 ], which -.li rai.'.er �h*n nearsr mention 1. b.ln� moro �nd p,..,,, .^^ j,^. more diroctcd lo the public �r- ^v.^ j,^^^, r�ng�ni�ai� In oonnootlon with the csre-mony One of tho latest linr.ounjemBnts which haa caua�d creat Int^.-iit U that  sat Ot coronation h>-TOn. puhU.h.d oy,^^^ �ehoon�, Mettor III Messrs. SkBfflnrtor has been suDraltted, 10 the King and Quocn ur.d ts^ii approved by them. The new v�rse for the na'ional antJioai. ky Mr Martin 3. iiketfinKtoti, ruua:-  L With England's Cruwn to-day t. W'lr hail our King, and pray \x. ft, God SAVtt the King' Hi, Oulaa him In happiness, If Guard him In !rt!>r.ii and streis. L Then In Thy Jtlnsdom bl�s� A.Br Fafrlit, V-.-, was ri-.ip >n�ib:e for � Other hymna ar, 'Now Thank Ye .^ll'""^ ir,:.-., I a:M in Our Ood.- "Praiire the Lord, Ve Heaven.i "'^ MaJ�;y K,:;,. .A;r^.r.�.> .j suggest that .T.i.r:. :nny l>e txpe..'ted of h--r even ;n '.he siru:;; .Id*.'* l.-t whi-.Ti slu- w :l. ^bo -.'nte-trd. T".er? -.v a nope that ."^;r 'Tlji'mas Lip'or.^ ^ha:.l^ .'et. n lanuna: i.^e scartc.-e. i'l*. a? Theru- w.^.-* r-u 'promise of atK-g,:a-? �jppo.'JKioii :n tir.st .class cutters n.- hi.'--.- :j*a.-.-i ftttlns n:r Th� first vera* of another hymn written^^^, ,,^j.. ,,^^,|.,^ grows less 3.S ".It? .v-.v-k� t-j pas:. ! There wtil Me ��.'o days' dicing an-l re-'matches wUI be pru^U^-1 f.'r riwvs ..aos .n .eiisience. aia� A thm arM of Thy abundance Coroaaiion �eddlns�. povMd; Among other tMnija for hich t:i*3 Kouad toto tiM Paol. -Ith ten thousand , ^, ,^ �TOlcae padally by Dean Robinson, also in the collection, runs thus;- Tlia XtBC O iMfd. ta Tfa�� utl* day ZuoniXj aecMm di' Anointed of the i^ord; ^ His Aeart'a-Mz* *]r Tbee is glve.i. 1 Hla kinvly aSate is aoalad In H�aven. ? Tka lUral Kobe. Tk��aottOoeni�Dt that the Kinx s to use, at hs eorona.t�a C*i� IjpperiAi mantle -wor-. sy a�orca rV. aad not tibat %vi.rn by Mn? Bdwwd ia UK has arousad much interest. pnp I u ['SVEilCION "OLD CIITHOLICS" "Bisliop" Mathew, Self-Styled Earl of Landaft", Under Church Ban. PHILADELPHIA TO BE MADE TWO DIOCESES Before Choosing: Archbishop RyaaAi Successor Episcopal Territoij; Will Be Split Up. (si'iriAL ram-sTCB.] ROHK, Saturday.-The nomination of a 9i>ccessor to The lale Archblnhop Ryan, of ELIFE OFDOeilN'SliEW' LDIID lYflU Mr. Farrell, Emoluments Cut^ Threatened to Qose the Mansion House. ONCE INSURANCE MAN^ NOW A NEWSDEALER Incoming Chief Magistrate and First Gtizcn of Nation Worked Wtiy Up from the Bottom. Of t'a^lonable ma.-riago.5. Tnt numhor of ccronAlion br^ies in ;i-^'spfc: aare'i'ly iexceeds, ic is sajJ, in-e tTo^vrJ of niat.-i-moninl aspirantci thit ma^le ihv spniic,' iinA earJy siimme-.- vtT King l,UA5.AvmNP wicl In this connection li Is notable thai; j-g^lSest Lhe felicity of asifaitnintr -.it- crown j*rifehood -ccuncldtint wiUi un.; d\jv\ains A: tc > ra-p. Animals Kept -in Comfortable Quarters and Trained Keepers Give Them Excellent Care- Institution Maintained by Government in litTort to Stamp Out Hydrophobia-Animals Are Contined Si.x .Vlonths. but Nobody Objects Except Owners. ctkotom formerly ordained. In return varioua aervIcaB rendered In and after tlia coronation ceremony, that certain of the'^'"-' � "J"*"-"- -^^ > vestments and �t-purtena..c�s passed !r. : �orders already n-^, hir^s u,- .-wnJ-* of w�j- of fee Into the possessli.n of tbost.- �ho performed thej-i. !-'^:nhtni; Hi'* .-wni-s of -jy" 1 r,-r-* : ec- ri.ir!.-*t.--ar but i ,,.i:,ii, having partaken of it. returned rue Sul.l ;i;rou?;!if/ur Hie prnv;nce= artd '�veil trie c-jp to tlie city's Ch!e.f .SUiKlstiaic l.y way w-holu Empire. Fr..:;: i't->l..ii Briti.-il; of reward The Lord rhe Maiior of C-jlumbia. ali iho g.r.s :;i-em b-^nt f-'ii nr-� Nether Bilsingtnr, p.-e=ented to the Kmi: j^g married by i'l- time Kii.c -i-.Tge ks threj maple i-upB, ".-htrh HI? .Vla.iesty! ..r^wned, and l..ynf ':-- ita'.'-i' tt"-- -if � ht' -or i.na-' ..j, . ,^ St I'KnP \T' h I l.iiN-pov. .Saturday LTIIUI.'GH tl-.cre are many people in-I'^r.-.^led ill diis;= vvh...> si 11 hive a grt-a'. intipalhj' rit- airnv 5'.''. 'n- :i.!op;el In liic n lar.i u.' .\an-iiil-;.i;v -iij n,- -.-ears air't fov -.r.o .suppression of ri:-d'-.;pn-ihiii. int'rt^ a' � ii i.rn'T tin -jtiier^ Who i)piip\ 6' in th-!ii .mil l lev wi' poin: Nottingham. They iheii approaohed ''niahop" Math(*w, inducing him to coaee* crate them independent btahopa. The thre* advised the Pope of what had b�on done. Catholics in England were aurprUod and Rome Wtt8 silent. Meanwhile the Holy Qffioe was examin-gs ii'-ro, but vvp 'vet' them rind ^ onditlon ; pression. '"Mrs. I^arrett is grcatiy at-the case ae it is vary scrupulous to i!:ef! r^r exhibuion. in fact, '.vo do every-j lathed to this dog," i-emarkod tlie kennel^'*'" eWdenco before reaching a de- ., . , , J-. � .... rlslon. week Mgr. Lugarl, aaaeasor ,11.11,- thai is renuired man, and often comes dr>wn here to see the Holy Office, submitted to Pope Plus �Uiit wl-a! about lh>ai.ni.ils in muaran-' it. Vou ,->usfht to see t.lie i:uss when siip Ue results oi: the investigation and the tine' '.V'lerH arv liiei �� unoriou the ror-:d'ics" Pope, by motu proprlo, has now publicly q.iarantine,, pspondj.nt He Wan I'nfHeBdly. '0)1. tho .-iro o-,,r t!u>rc" and. crtMlne '^'"i ^'ay long at tho next pen. [nmciar. t>B�?'*Ton.7 l>t'BMN. Batonla,,irro,, htmable^ rtrCTiTn���mr��g tit the Lord Mayor of Dnb-Phlladolphla. already ha. boR^in to excllo|lln Is the record of .Jobn J FaireJi w*. interest in Rome, although Uw matter will,shortly takes �p BonttUin :n-.t come formally befnr. the f>m5d.�onalpo��t��n of ohJ�fi LV>nrreg*tlon for trwo months. Herfcrre eiinn It is most probable liial lhe congre|(atlon wtil dlvWn the archdiocese by the formation of a new dlooese, wltJJ Its c�nire at Rnadlng. The authorities here have discussed sticih a scheme for the last two years, txtt derided to defer the df\-ision (v�ii�e AreWblaliop Ryan was alive. for lhe nr?t time In oeirturtea the Fopo this we�k excom'miinloated by name three Bijihopa, Arnold Harris Mathew, Herbert Ignatius Keale and Arthur WHliam Ho-warth. The riTHt named rer-eif-Fed his epl�ooi>al ctmsricration some .veara ago from a Jan-s�niEt Ulsiihop and then took the tUle of Angio-ratholic Arnhblabop of London, oa head of the Old CathoUr Church of Ens-land. The ot'bers up to last awmnrwr were priej�ts of the Nottingham dincefio. V Xni. through a mistake. They wore aimosi immediately deprived of this dig-nlti". but later were rsinatated In their re- maglstrattt of the city. Were K not for unsettled poUtlos h� might paanktoly ler-l mlnatd his ymr of ofljce as Sir John I.^ Fari^ll. for In A oaroMttM ynar. a.nd wlttaj the icing aiM Qoeen eommg to Tretand tiai July, n goea nrlthoot aaTtnr that toilKht-hoods and �v�n ttaronMdea win go tt�' JeyjU axBcntiimia �f thoohJef Irlati �dtiB�. Mr. Parrall, h�wev�r, whosa aMwy. *T the wm,T, -ma cat bar the ijarporatlan (rqmi n8.mi> to $M0� swarty. to not "lojna!" in thei' ena* of the term wMeh ttppUoes to Dtater. , and the DMblta oarporatioD aa at vreasotj cooipoacd tfoea sot �ol� toyvl roratty. tkeoah with a pramlae �t bom� rule next year th�ra Is no knoaclw wtakC^ may tappen wlnn King Oeerga vlsltt it�-  la a ffAwa llMlcr Wi�OT. The Inootnlsg Mayor lias held mtnorr ofltcc, tn the eorporaflon. was at ove tfaaa ttii Insaranco agent and at present la a newjidealcr In Talbot atreet. ��io "itig-�wlgs" have nut hte aalary lie will not transfer his resldenise ta tba MaDslna' House, the LArd Ha^ofa ofBdat abode, ______------------------ ' "hxtt i.v\l\ coatlBue to Il*� In a modest �nb- spectlvo parishes by Bishop Brindle. of home. In faot, Mr. Parrel! threat- ena to bang, bar aad bolt the doar� nt tha OlianstoB Houae. "Tea," said the Lord MayOT-eleet to. your oamiapondent, apeMkliig of hts so- | leotlon for the affloa. "H Is a pasiUvn of Che sraatest honar, and one that any man j might be proud of. In faol, tn our present' stats, without a Parliament of our own, ' the offlee planes me In a position sonte-what between your President nnd ihei Hayar of Oreatar New York, though, of' courae, I need hardly say, wMtiout the power of �lth*r. 'We have no Grown (ap- i parantlj' th� Lord Mayor had nor read Mr. ' �x-comniunlcated the three "Bishops" and (ill who took part In tha consecration. The question of che validity of the oon- : -m,- i.:n_r,] ...a-s.-'inK �hrough .e.-,"'"'^'^ contained a .^amoyede belonginE to;seo.-atlon !.�= not mentlored la the Papal I Redmond's ^m^^^,\------o""'. .-.al cair.s we ,-veifiaUy mme to tn^m In '-'ieucenant J, H. Adams and which took, dooumem. but certainly it will never be I ,J,r^�^!i �" *'''�J'-� �l>o Lord Ma -ippeariuic,. iliev arp exa.-tU the same as P^^t in the last Ximrod Antarctic cxp^-dt-.reoogniwd by Roma. If the "BlalwpB" re-which the "boarcer^" were -'^"' I""'' and showed his teeth ominously. on Thursday last, for tho first time alnoe J'inu-n; .-.ut the "=i>- "'e only cllfferpnci-. perbap.'i. felii.e. -'^drlim. a pointer which ha.s lately,his indlsposHtton, the fope gave private '� " audiences to others than cardmals and bishops. The first lay persons admitted w�n al' n=;li but Ir IS -m 'heir return ihal ih* or ?D iT^.irt- a--! Ihry .-. w ':: r:a\ e to go in -latlons f.,r a p( rii '.''npti. asniii thei-r- arp ipy ivere inu,.h more roc-my ronip from I^'lorlda, whs pleased to see us. hav,. not a ir.-e.\t number here just "This animal, i am tf>ld." said Mr. Oibbs, s.il.i .Mr. iTiOfis. �iiut now and again i "'^ '^''^ 'be bpst retrieving pointers in 't'r.1 -norld. I have that on the'authority of .Ml- VV. .Vrkwright, of Cheshire, one of n .ijiiins ab.-oad "�""i" >'e-y tine d.ii;s hei-p (inly yei^ter-""^ greatest pofnter men In Rngland. It r|ay J rmtlc^d .it I'ri-ft's .-^bow a Great'''' "ften that a pointer retrieves, but I'l-ne ani a Pomeranian wtiich had been '^^^^ acrording to Mr. .\rkwrigbt, does both t.r> perfection. � Plton to ;h-!?p q lar.-inlinp sr.n-taiiPii riy s.K-ietv ppop.e and .tlursthp .apucliy nf rhf-sp kenm^ls Is very r It pr-pC-Hlra :hPtn fr.im : he' ^* v ftr.rly ta.xcd an'l .-^omelimvs we ha\e criir..^. a. re- - .....yor of Ire- i lamfs capital represetjts the St.'ilc so tar; as We Irishmen arc concerned." i FIrat UftlMa of Irelaad. "You may not be awsrt^" proceeded Mr., Farredl, "that socordlng to statute law Dublin la the only cMy which has tha' prl-vllege. of presenting a petition In state; �t the bar af the House of Commone, and i tl�t ivccordlng to Brtt^ati ahartei-� the Lord lion durbar, and in vi vi-it orderi? .ire being placed in l.,jncion for L,ie .smaj-.r^-: fashionable -�.d!r-i:* 'me Ique gift. It Is of the finest H Pj _ L P id is surrounded by a deep ^ i! T| 1 H gold thread* Wovpn mij II^^WW t� U many years  r.,-ii,ie ,1 . .,, ,,,Kii.=i,,�,,.nr '"^''^ perfection.' The newspapers continue to discuss bit- Pack and i uu.- plr-ji.^, ri to ^^pe that both w ei e ..not to visit Rome for the clnquantenars', anion.- 'be pri-.o -..Inners. dictating a half bred collie. 'Not u�ieh|ascribing It to oppo.-ition on the Part of .. .. , n-.,. 1 lool* at- I? he'' He belongs to >tr, J-the Vatican. As a matter cf fact, .he .lub- . 'ber. aie ...rnic P. i,.- here n. rut ,-,||for,�a, who l.s over |n Jed never has Ixien submitted to the Papal 1 am alrald th^-, Are :;ardly up tr, .-bow ' fctecrstarlat of State. On the other hand, p;p vno f,rn,. This ,ne 'i.-l.ini;. to l.adv Hardi,,-r:./-""'"""'V -spettding a holiday with his Ms-,,^^ decided not to hold aJiy sam abroad, I,, ^,..,,r|^. n^,,i � t^r. .Mr Lirube thinks Uie world of it.;,,jnn;,n functions this .vear. Amons such on.h.t ,.-,Py ,vie r.^x, ' introducti.n was ,, ,Ieck, a l^-^J.^ti'J^^^^ piir.bH..e. wil, hnie ... be q-.ar-, ,,,k, .^p in, e 1dapredHtion amon., his ..heer- 1^,^;^:^ J'^"^ mtitLTtlor^hi^W^ visit .M.v ni.in: i.-^, and they wii! not:KinK IMward s .'ae.'.ar .lack's manners.! another Am.-rican do�. '>icket. � ^-ouio ^.j welcomed, i,P .-vmparpd with the =� ^"'f >""^^' -'- to R -Mr l^er.-^hou.ep, and again :..noth�r if^pn ninkp a dor; lit: ' 1 Ai nK�PA rrn. I i.iiNh'iN Idwaad, whloh -n'as nia.le or ro.ir . ,, hc-nps -if the tlithi bftuppu raadtlM of yellow cloth n- gol.l. woven | .^^^^ Brown ,ind .Slcs-mer Wi'hair^, itb the rose, the thistle and rhp ,li'.).^, itie h-I'J kpnneitu.'ir'. \ u.ii-r.-^d I -iifiip . Ml i-rnsr i nj. p,i'-:ic.i!a � .c.- a 'iMranrlnp -talKjp. 1,11- .1 also !,�- a O'Hirdlr;, e;ital>]ish- rnr-n' fi-jf-'iOK-- r*"i instanrp, tlierfe two .. n ua-s 81.1 foti'ilv ,-it- al mi-ter, far Imniedl-owned by .Mrs. S.-cof. of Ipt o-.it for a run hp P-'fl^. *r.d a dar-hiihund. This latter is; ).alKri�n.-i 10 iJie other Pr'openy of l^ady .-Vshby St. L-?dger3. rock, and wrought �'ith ."ilver eagle.i. Caraaattaa Tbratrianla. ' UufjtieH. iriirred �� ytjuotf, are sii:; 1�rijparation� for the coror.atinn tiieat- P .i."..--! ivhi-ii w .l\-, tialH ajld '.'lut i,-r:li'i-- � ' >t- ing. Tom' is thf: liev i.'luv i-'-^li'i- 1. ,I.,np~. rtcal season are aJso wall in hand, j^ll'wi.o r-e.eor-aipii nis e!i.'>it:-3eventii n rih- ^^^^ . .^^.^^ , tne West End Iioosm erf entertainment',jay .ast week, an 1 ui- oih�i i- liii Rev 1,^^ l,,.nn�l' will be �ceupl�d durlug June ani July. y\^,,yu5,,, Orippiir. if \\'lllin;r'-m. He.iford- 3,^.. Managers are looltinK out for a reallv a.ilro, who, though an octoi,-en.irinn N still r....;,-rt -.e,., �r�at soccasa that will rarry them right,at-tivel.v at work in tne cure of nouSv ____ tiireugh the rjoronatlon "Pason, and the; m r c irleWr, who pnipr.?d tlie lowest form liope U thit a piece '..liat i.i successful at Rughv in liAi. vvh.-n Mip famous I ir. Ar-i ki May wUl be doubly .fucce-^nfu; aurlnj;',ulti -.x^.s ,n riis prime. wa.� full of renwnis-Jtme and .'uly, This .-nenns a year of ,j uf. ti,e uiri school �n�i se�nj lojw r�ns. �i-^trb. w'Wle �bp I,on Lin pl-a> -' t,^. , -..puri.-- in iiis rectory liUracy a few, gOP,r may grumble, win n,. plea.Hir.8 �^..�^^y^ ' the many thousands of visitors for the .^^ vOi,. was at RuKo;. Inmv.uiy,"! coronation. ' -linow.-' what it le to fee', tiie cold.' The hdpa of the 1-ondon plavgeocr.i taciipfl to M - I ati-l> Ja/-k \kh .?t,-irt�.-| l,.i..iuine d..cr.s to iirlT. .Tii.J M.. doubt would hav.' who Is now In Indip. Her lad.vship wanted .r:KaK,-,l some tiinm la comojt had if'^'' " ^'''�^'^ ^^o*ld have done r.'t '.,..-e.ii for i!,.- i-a.,-t tha.t t.vu ,r,vvs oft^"- n.-ason sh� didn't, 1 believe, aeilig stioni; Irun .-miiii-^^ prevented him from '""-^ ^' ""'^ "� f'twanishlp t^ompany fi.lii.vvini; thpm. Jack hclongs to i.'aptaln wont can-j- dogs. ' A. I'levfland -^niKh. of the Pelican, ojie of: I-asi. but liy no means loa,�i., of the inter-t!ip Kud.^.m Ha.v 1  .-npany's b.iuta. 'p.-ii collection was JInimy. a Llnyj .Next ii ciul.iiii ;:'o':in;.j ij.ec. \ ai iety HcircHf now -i, Hlnitlnnd, wa^'was an American woman. Jimmy Is a; He, and thin publication, which wn-s f-rll wapHin^ ;-.pli- i,.i- at ::.'nt � QuaranMned m 'be least, tor lie was as | which Is the iiAtt>e hoseu by tlrls squadUng \\p n?>t only tioard ' In - oior. and ihej have ,irdei  with 1 '�a! ^ai. a 1.1 tb; very kind ei-jlively as he posalWy could be. ODM HIOE THE SECRET OLD NAVAL fHEADS "STUDENTS" AGAIN therefore, lies in the production o' ^.^!'^ \\\> got ur.iroii tj h there r A lire -it nnd of a \onti corridor I performance and speoial coronati.in moll- ,,,,,^,^ n.-^, ^ow of studiesi neas, and the manager.i have decided rj give plenty of these. lAironas.in pro-grammes and ronimai.d ami iia;� per-C.-rmancp.ft have already been arranKod J! four theatres. '. i.a.t lav rie-twoen. "Kariv roll --all by candle llKbl in winter wai* K rlti.nt prpparati.-in for an Arctip, D .unipy. A- ttr.st. nmtsOitabilsh special Instructional oouraea Un- .^rnold, who -vi-^ n. Invalid, uaad to riue. .�\' H;e *r,f| of my term r>r. .Arnold was Ktrons :irirl vlgorou.'i when he s^id to n;p 11.p dav liefore I wont up! "b-ch-ol bavo,beon a�Tanged in honor of .he '^ro..-over the news tlon af Kngland'a sailor King. The time, begun to *pr'-ud tl:'oit--i the Held that the and plaoa of the muster have been ar- Doctor vvas dead ' �n^d far ap�c:..aa on Angu.. 7 and , and | ,,^;;,r,'n---^rh ^^eec?^ed""'?n '"'T'o'^t even at ihte early stage �Uiere is the a�-1 jji-own," at cover point caught out the .site nearly always drinks in �e-. j, March 4 tho eubjoctfl will be gunnflry .and signals, nnd for three weeks from an adept In'M^roh 'J tlie use of torpedoes will be the compajiled his little mistress. .Miss Mavis Lane, of Marlow, to school daily for years. .ZlT.yTJ'r.L^Tj:. � repreaoi^axive of t.. type of I^ngllst. always tolcen me under his special care, j "e'^na**'" whl^^ �*^Va at nothing to get When wa were at High Wycombe Bllnko�|llluirtr�tlona. The "oamera tlond. " wiho io went with me to school twice every day't^, ,,, tojuortant membar of the ataB, regularly (or some years. He came right' Into the school with me. and lay at my feet while we had lessons. "At playtime he came out and ]otned me and the other glrla. Everybody gat Io' know him at the schoal, aitdaoverai a*-: ..^ ,, . tempts were made to Uke his Vhotograph'*���' V*" aa you by the leaohera. But each time he saw the|are placing the ring on tha flaver of tha constitution Its tihoWughly sound and that, '^"hlin to the flrst etttun of Ire-, there Is no reason why he nhuuld not live,-"'""^ '� absence of the Ktng. vurieea It- ^ ^j^^ j^^^ LieutenaBt when he Is pre-| Biding at the Prtvy CouiMill. At all other! times, the Ixird Mayor l� by statute th�J flr.st oiU7.�n and next to the King," , QJtesltoned as to the eomlng royal viBlvi Mr. FarreU said:- "TIhe people of Ireland are dlnposod t� be friendly toward King George, Thar Were fnnd of Ue father. King t^lwanl. | and if hosua rule were grantad would give i Klfig GeonTB a� ofHcial welcome. 'Wie! people of Great Britain are boglmiing .�' understand Ireliuid bet*er and for tills we' iiaxe In a large ineasore to rhank the, TJoited States, which haa shown unvarying good Witt for Ireiand. H�ven a friendly; smile from th� great RapwMle has been of groat value to poor little Ireland. The j United fitu.t.os have be�n to ua our .^heet' anchor la distress and we are grabefuj. -'l^Uf Uve tho United Statea.' say L" ' Mr. Parrell did not wish to sjMak of hia  buitinesfles. In addition to batng a nerws-daaltn- he conduocs a boot and slto� store. "My life has been an eventful one," hai said. "No inaa baa had mora earnest' friends and at the aajue tlm* auch tiir"Vui.��~uiJd faraweTrto the'ilatoorat'lc aevar bafora ha, b�m aeem b, Engllsbl'" In womnu. ^ ,vill r�pra*�ot tfpP'jaUig fleets- j^uud itgularl* att&nded Suoaaj' fcjheaJ," .W>�t "la* "Harrtai ataBoua. 87 803070 ;