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Hi Kiiiunn Shald'eB t it PftlKI r in 111111 is . fi M.r -- 1 ii - ma 1 1 mm m m 1mm 1 1 nil- - ifLULLiu mm. m 'OucB, Doctor!' -- 1 viii ill- ' n t mm m m - 1 mm mm .u i mm mm i 11 - nans - - 1 ror . .11 sra maw- m mm m mm mmm m0 m.m m, nniiTninT iiMiuni 1 1 ... I At the meeting of the Provo- Clean evening by some members of the com Home and Town committee last even- mittee, that ettore be concentrated I ing in the mayor's office, it was de- this year on the beautiflcation of cided to, ask each civic organisation Third South street It is probable In the city to submit to the committee that definite action will be taken In The board of education of the Proro a list ot names from tneir member- this regar at a subsequent meeting. schools this morning awarded tne city would suitable be who leaders .The planting of appropriate shrubs ships for specific sections of the city. The is to be encouraged in the city, Dr. contract for the completion of . the city is to be organized geographically, Merrill reported that the university high school auditorium to Tolboe ft and a captain will be placed in charge bad ordered 271 shrubs ot 111 differ- Co., of this city, who were the low of the work on each block in the pre-- ent varieties, and that it. had also bidders. The bid of the company was - THE SPEECH. ..... - hnr- nrrn mi mil iii.iii v jiiin jnn ml PnmmiftnniTni im IIIIPVBIIIBIII UIIIUILIIIIJ HIGH POINTS IN mm ,m : Mumnes i llsi-ISIBi'Bi- f jrjfl I OTimrilTO - Since the days ef Socrates, the 9 Greeks have" had their roubles and their struggles. The early Spartan well in hand Principal H. R AtMn of the Ptoto training, has stood them hirh achool has : resigned from the in their frequent occasions .for they principalship at. the high school, the have had frequent opportunities to ;:: xnj resignation- - testate 0 euect ptniM of the Present school Tear. The Recently the hostilities in Greece realgnatioinfas landed to Snpt H. A. quieted this only to eat-out- in who7 !it to Dixon yesterdays preesnted versus case of The county. Pappas at ednoation its of meeting Maxfield or Maxfield versus fee board Pappas. last evening. The ooara accepted tne or Utah county-vers- us Pappas, or successor has as yet whatever resignation. . No It might be called is as com r heen named. aa a Chinese pursie and no tellMr. Atkin resigns in order to per- plex complications might not de mit hist to attend the Columbia uni--'. ing what as the case proqeeass versity daring the next year, where velop Devetonmenta. in the ease began he wittTieceiTe We Ph. D. degree. It such step waft' being considered Toy the sherlfriaWirTMeattrday. the men involved were arMr. AtMn. but tbe tacuity or the Yesterdaybefore Judge .Tucker In the had raigned chool and the eoperintendent court andeteve rappas, ukuresis been, in hones; according to Superin city' wouia recon- - Pappas and.; Jnton Maxfteia were ion remain decii with the placed under l5004onaJ&ton Max and sider hie field was yennW4edayto make echool at least another year. a plea. . 1 : "Mr. Atkin leaves with the full The details of ease as given out of the board of education and office are to the of myself,"" said Superintendent Dixon I from effect that' Steve Pappas has a fourttikrafteraoereLaBt evening-th- e A& year lease on the Maxfield fawn near . board orted unanimously to express to ' while he and his f -- ) Mr. Atkin Its appreciation for his effi Geneva, and that have Llkuresls pappas, only partner, cient work In building up the- Provo on the farm for one year, Max hizh school from a smalt Junior high been wants him "of f. school to. one of-- the leading schools field The owner alleges that tha Greeks in the etatoiltLJiiLfe; have roken the terms of the lease. "We wish htm well in his univer The Greeks retaliate by alleging that work." sity owner hasn't nald. them ail their tha ; came The retiring. principal to the dues. ' 1 I Provo high school three years ago ; Friday while the Pappas partners from Coalville, where he had been were in town to consult an attorney. principal, ot the nigh school for one A. Maxfield with his son Elton year. PreTiouBly to that he bad been W. and young Wren Wilkins, took pos principal of the Snowflake academy in session of the farm. When the leasing Arizona tor two years. pair returned they found the owner 1MrnAtkia was born Utah. After - graduating from the ahotrTBSistanta schools there he came to the Young line property.- Trouble followed which young Maxnem as an by unlTerelty'Where 10 an A. B. degree in 1915. Later he re-- , attempt on tne part or uauresis we iook gun. . ceived an M., A. degree from the use a gun away fro mthe enraged Greek and Columbia university. by Wren Wtlkins, Even our alleged ape forebears The resignation addressed to Super- - then, assisted, brought falm to the sheriff's office. don't escape the pangs of toothIntendent Dixon is as follows: The following morning county At ache. Here's Jerry, who lives in' "The other aay 1 spoke to you con torney Martin Larsenind Sheriffs the San DiegoTCaTFxeoriaout Ur; intention to attend school my cerning Boshard and Birk, tbat much the coming year. In order thaMjhe Boyd, "B's." Journey to the matter may be definitely settled, I evaded trio of nioon. w nroi niiPifu 1 HlinnFW War Again 111 1 1 ' I I II H III IIIIII "Other things being equal, the can Accomplish more than the uneducated man." or. woman la comuntil he or she pletely educated . ... been made a eooperator with the gov- 313,460. has seen -- the state the scenic cinct. M- - C. Merrill, r caiman of the j eminent in the Introduction of Dr. foreign wonders and the natural resources." P. L, Laysen of Prov owas awarded committee, presided at the meeting. plants. These shrubs will be crown the contract . "Let us have confidence in our on plumbing with bid were Others Mayor Hansen, and present here can the end propagated city state and ourself. Let us love our of $6,237. of who tbe has be excharge organization supplied adequately with an state, our nation, constitution and J. N. Ellert-- cellent variety of these WilhAmi'rJaby of Provo was given flag. And wa will reflect this work for the committee; juants.i Mrs. Jennie Mrs. son, and Wilkins, Jennie Wilkins reported publicity, that at the contract for the electric wiring of love in service." the Activities. women's a similar Representing campaign conducted in Port- the auditorium on a bid of 1 2,959. ; "TWnk-otiejtt- ate In terms, of land, the Boy Scouts were supplied e contract caiis tor tne compie- cities and communities. I urge countyisammitteeandweretiowry Nelson, Welch. P, J. with Amy tion-o- f and were Joseph these Leigh entices, the auditorium in 100 days, to return placed to your respective you It was- - decided also to conduct a on the front lawn of every home in but Mr. Tolboe is of the opinion that communities and build them. Don't means of a Portland over night The notices he will have it ready by May 15. survey of the city by flock to the big cities to seek culThis survey will, be made courteously asked the owner to cooperture and advantages. Thereare The bids for the completion ot the captains. It was ate in the movement for a cleaner cltv heartburns in the cities as well as by the respective thought iy thft nmrnittpa that thtsand to look over his own premises to auditorium of tbe new high school anialler. method would acquaint every citizen see if there were something that building wore opened last evening by. .your communities, make them the education--The. follow! seat of culture for those to fol- with the purposes of the campaign,be needed repair or cleaning, it is hoped the boardef In Provo that the same result will be ink bids were received tor the gen and also reveal the things to low." : worked upon by hinL Dr. Merrill was achieved the In. fact, the eral contract. Including only the wood II livery puy oners a iieia lor Instructed by proper motion to pre- committeeby reels survey. Tolboe Co., Tnar Tne surveyt work- - and- - plastering: r civic planning --and development," method will - be even better, bflcausS $13,460; C. H. Miller, 114,272;, J. F. "The state is built up of natural pare' the blanks tor the survey. The question ot disposal of tbe it win suggest tne items to look for HaHady. 115,439, resources and men. We must de was brought up and Mayor Han- In making the clean-up- . pend on the men, on the personnel debris The plumbing bids were as fol-sen suggested that It would be well to Mrs. Wilkins was asked to work out lor a great state. They develop lowaiJP Larsen,: $6,462; Buckley ft haulto in someone some assist the city get r the suggestions for posters, and also resources." Alex $6,733; ing it away, since the motive power to get suggestions as to the advisa- Haws, $6,462; $7,150:Mortensen, the H. G. Blum- Haydn Long.. was to of of the within inadequate entirely the city bility offering prizes Neslen C. Lake 'C. of Salt Major handle It The committee appointed city for the best .kept home and enthar company; $7,985; City left deep Impressions upon a Three bids were received for. the Roy Hardy as chairman. of the com grounds. The city will be judged memlarge group of. Students, faculty William electric wiring, Frisby, out to. on work mittee the somewhat of by transportation appearance the bers and representatives of the Provo $2,959; Provo Electric and Hardware this buildings, and public streets, etc., adproblem. business men's clubs during his Particular attention is going to .be Mayor Hansen has assumed the re- company, $3,235; Whipple Electric dress at the Young Commerce club $3,270. . paid during the campaign, to the sponsibility on the part of the city company, luncheon today. . All of the contractors are from of the approaches to government to take care of these feaMr. Neslen was introduced as beautiflcation was Provoltbhe-cepttonotHaydn : recommended last tures. ' mayor, bishop and business man, and the city. It Long who la from Salt Lake City. responded with- The entire cost of completing the stories before beginning his well-o- r audltorium-wi- ll be 422,881.This In ganized discourse. cludes woodwork, plastering. the and This visitor distinguishes plumbing and wiring, and does not moment how saddest told the speaker include the stage fixings, the cur of bis life had been the time bis the seats in the auditorium or tain, 13 was when him he mother told . anv ot the furnishings. , AT AGE to leave years of age that he bad Dixon to superintendent According . ... . . . conditions. school because ot family He urgeOhstudentrtoTeaiizetheir will cost an additional $4.000. The The annual meeting of the Alujne-Galen-a (Speclarto The Dally Herald. opportunities and take advantage of seats have not as yet been ordered by was held company Mining them. SPRINGVILLE, March 6. The old- the board. offices at the law afternoon Monday "Then, after leaving the school of Booth & Brockbank. est resident ot Springville, Alex RobIt ie. expected that the contractors ertson, 92 years Of age, died this fore- - will begin work immediately in comto look into things seeded It will be Ptoto high schoL I desire that this The result of the search or ( noon at 11 --o'clock. He had hwn ip.ic pleting the hall so that Much has been given you ed: church. at the, at least resignation shall become effective at Dremises was the discovery of two reaayrecenpancy G. A. E. it. Marsh, R. P. Carlyle, a few days with a slight cold and time of the opening of school next and much will be expected," he said. the close of the school year 1922-2C. Nelson only barrelsefiderandaome- - alcohol The mayor told of his experiences Dunsdon, all B-of Alpine; H. his demise came somewhat as a sur- LfalL It may be that It will be partly "It has been with reluctance that I which the Greeks claimed. They were . Jwhen persecuted for his religious be-- f,1Lehl- - and - D Fields of Salt Lake prise to his family. completed so that the closing exer have finally reached, the conclusion. put under1 arrest by the officers. PJXJEASATrPXSROVB; March D.-City. L. S. in mission an on when cises of the high school may be held will My associations here .the past three for the officers is company The He his survived wife. Mrs. The door to one 01 tne oearooms Alton Clack or neasant urove n:gn ijef a by how he developed, Geimafly, and in the new auditorlumX years hav been .unusnally pleasant was broken off its hinges and u school was a meeting here Satur- Lucy Smith Robertson, five iWe-will daughters. the ahlning light at the love for the American flag and the be chosen at bold the commencements and proffiftbleA.jiW board ot educa Pappas claims that it was done while day. He for whlch; stands hoped Belle everclses at tbe close of school this meet- Mrs. Henrietta Harmer, Mrs. tion, tne superintendents the memtheJ. was Jn town and that a gold A. A. U. wrestling tournament' in Sard the at Monday given someReports have of the faculty, and the students watch, a diamond ring, a stickpin and Lake City. Friday en Saturday. Hajffflnf; his listeners would showed a remarkable progress Houtz, Mrs. Nattle;Crandall, and Mrs. year in tbe new auditorium,'' said come ,nt0 ther lives to impress ing have-beewonderful. They have given $150 in money had been taken. He Superintendent Dixon this morning. made-.lthe work done, 55 feet of Zma .Metcalf, all of Springville, and "Ws naconipeiea in tne wenerweigai. iii3s;upon- tliem Uie meaning, or state, mav not have the seats in at "me evergt support that a man could swore ,a compiami' w ourgmry and done last been year. having Mrs, Jessie VVatiley of Pleasant Grove; that "time but-wdefeated ill "comers. In'TOur min- j tttm; tonstitutton end .flag.. ....... .... tunneling Same timf-S- T will move some of on the hope 'tor. Thtese conditions ..make against' Elton Maxfield. the fret the" seats we'arready have-Ithe vari-- he pinned the shoulders of Clark j "There are as many problems con During was done. The report was thTOT" sons.. Loft; Bernard and my withdrawal the more difficult' Ij Meanwhile the Greeks' attorneys, of Springville, mere ous in classrooms feel that I colud continue on here with Parker &jpbinsonL served a restrain- Dodge of the Deseret gymnasium to (tenting us now as when the pioneers highly gratifying to the Ktockholders Robertson iemporaruy. nn hiD H,i,, Thp hnrl will no doubt- order tha Joy and satisfaction as long as condi- ing order to keep tTie'TMaxfields off the floor, and in another four m'imi8 tirst' came here," now on m,S8iou ,n Japan wnere tn sntaker. "Don't in the near future, out as Mr. seats tions remain as they have been and the place until March 19, before which . ;.have turned the same trick on Gu&tav eircloye In The patent office, who in TOIDOO Will not po rwauy-on- w know of nothing but the call time court action will be taken. t.imj iiv- venture. tne v are.: Of mining The the funeral arrangeltrentB all it is a quesuon 11 we win oe aoie 10 of duty that would cause me to withlooks even more And thus the plot thickens.- - wnat Thedell" also of 'the Deseret gymna 1850 resigned because be thought ahead year a be,n ftre ha tents had been recorded draw from the school at this, time. get the regular "seats in time tor- com- said Bishop A. L. Booth, the outcome will he cannot at present sium, mencement. : .Muydr Neslen especially urged the secretary of the company, "it is tne , "It is my opinio nthat very man be ascertained . the -reThe stage will be completed by tat owes it to himself and to humanity been arraigned and no pleas nave thedell was also defeated by Virgil students to work to beautify their s Intention to continue tne company MATRON DIES Drama Center of Provo, the offer to to give to the world the greatest serv. been entered. spectiveth communities, and closed bis development work as rapidly as possi- VOUNG Loader of .the Pleasant i Grove high remarks-Wido. so having been, made by Prof. T. graphic Illustrations of ble." ice of which he is capable. This kind school. This defeat cane after nine how tbia be done. He further Earl Pardee In behalf of the Drama might ot service is impossible," in my case, k ' minutes. Mrs. Cassie May Vincent, wife of Center several months betted of all a sense of appreciation without further training. It is my "ago. J. Bert Vincent, died this morning at to school The other entrant frdm the local Uor the. work of public officials. 960 West Center the home, "no family "1 COAL he to concluded, you, say and remain there until I have received high school, Ralph Shoell, in the street. Death was due to pneumonia. to be a governor or the Ph. D degree. 112 featherweight clasB, was defeated by aman is tooas good Mrs. Vincent was born In American some have thought bemaf or, .'Under these conditions I feel that Vera McCullough ot the Lesert gymFork, 30 years ago, the daughter of cause of insults heaped upon them." nasium. plans for next year should be directed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Householder. She The Salt Lake & Utah railroad has by the superintendent. I shall be is survived by her husband, a daughinterstate with to over the with go filed complaint pleasedrat anytime, ter, Edith, two sons, Clifford and TO BE PRINTED AGAIN yon the problems of next year as I commerce commission, asking that the She Is also Joseph Grant Vincent. see them. It will be a pleasure, also, line be made a party to a tariff under SBWMlBISBMSBBBWtiMm survived by her mother, Mrs. Agnes for me to cooperate in any way poest- - Which coal from Utah railway points Householder ot American Fork, two - ble to make the next school year the is shipped to Nevada and California. brothers and six sisters. "I wish to have it understood that 'it most successful year in the lite of Charge is made that the shippers I 4 Funeral arrangements will be made is contrary to the policies ot the U. 8. If . the Proxo high school" and receivers of coal in Utah. Nevada v later, pending word from relatives .in contrary to the policies of the TJ. 8. I 1 JL. subject to and . California, are made , California. PnhH Hnnlth Snrvica to lie a eartv Vjl;.:.::L unreasonable,'-prejudicia- l and unjust, . Interment will be In the Pfoyo city to commercial advertising," writes. 2 disadvantageous- situations, which concemetery under the direction of the stitute violations -- of sections - 2 and Berg Mortuary." lie Health Service to The Dally-- . 3 of the interstate commerce act Herald. The complaint alleges the Utah railDIES IN COLORADO. MIbs Russell had references to a' way, which terminates at Provo, rein Monday's Herald in newa Utah ft Lake Salt to the fused grant .M'arch 6. Url wmcn story SPANISH was maae 01 two laws. I FORK, mention 10 ' railroad (Orem line) permission i Stewart, Sr.. of this city has received First That Mfss Russell. had wrlt-- winter into the haul of coal from mines c word of tbe death of his nephew, tm. ovrliiHlvelv for Tne uaiiv ,Heraia.'. . in the Castlegate district, cnarge is 23 Gerald Stewart a resident of Jensen, several. articles on me .care eia .1me Block. 22, plat A; Stephen H. Lynch, made of wagreement. between tne was Colo. at to Death due Fruita, and teeth, ana receiver, to Ahlander Manufaclng Co. Denver & Bio Grande western . : 1 peHtonlttsr gecona irumn rwiuinai-ji- t. Lot 3, Jlock-4- , . K. Addition; Los Angeles ft Salt Lake railroad by Mr. Stewart was about 45 years ef Increasing ljiee the demand for tooth Provo Consolidated Real Estate com-pa- wbicathese companies are 10 .nam Age and was bora at Springville, the brushes in drug stores. nd t)gden tor theMSoatta .Salt-Lak- e. to Martin jrBSmber" son ot E8li and Parna Ramsey StewLater on other things In connection and. Nevada to gatiiornia Lot 4.. block S, plat A, Bay View; routing art In blalwyhood the family moved with the carerot tne teem were John M.. Bestelmeyer to Albert Mayo points. ; . to Jensen to make, their home, and lst J5rug com-- . The orem line asas ror equai cuu of May Bros..- - Scofield: i habit" reelded there since. nanv. the fo ot encourage growing bells wi... ee tha Utah routing-witrailway the y - At.. llaialfet'Ait am. I Lot T, block, , plat View; at a Stewart Gerald married ot -- tne GuyletU DaughUrf the Irom the and proposes routing trveiy partTit - 1 :J6hnJLeatotaeytoVentur pies of Pepsodent, one ot tne very , " coatiieldaJ)etne- - uian rau way w Israars Home in 4 When thia Plane dtved Into the Bookane river, near SnokAn. Vrh ) , Maya r It tie- - Iwitinhree daughters and twd sons, best tooth pastes manufactured. trtenda to railroad ot her girlhood ft Utah " Lot I," block l7B pfat A Springville; Provo; Salt Lake h su escaped without a acratch. But they were Immediauiyi iijtfcAirthdwrilMec4-4uivewas explained that a coupon printed Salt Uke; Bamberger ElectrUrt Heber Hout to v. G. Salisbury. ftrrastdtcr.TtetoUa'UirjaflSflM relative to OirUJiMdWiui advertlsementpnrrANOTHKH -. the guests was younger than 10ft j vived "by his aged mother, three "in anwould and Southern Pacific to poinU . k Section 5, township 8 south; range 3 bring the tooth paste earn-page be Heber west win McKenile east; .w. same free.7 That coupon pie Boutx. I 7Ta r, printed In tomorrow's Herald.,' Watch t Ut 11ocV l7:DTal"A. Soring- tor It! W;''.:"'- - - ' ville; G. G, Salisbury to Heber Houtx, S. Public CU.k the that Blt'eppearsI Block 31, plat B, Santaquln; Joseph little to Health Service has done no4Aath... In William Taylor to i pan Tranter ot tk. t.n.,ai. ..m i9 I for a minute were loet to View, fiud We killed one" Indian and four My part In the Battle. Creek fight , , Btf GEORGE 8COTT "first of kind made fight running Dividend. t C. P. Knight, of r this effort ' Surgeon a caran was to then redskins mat ot the before I big expressman,gave making end horses Veteran. np the efr War halting , .other hooti Indlai dontr they appetred Public Health Service,, has range TJ. 1 Section 7, township? "south,v Jnsur-ried expresa on horseback from Pio the iw muic . I don't want you to get tnisjwisteaeircia ana reiurning wnn ot the patch and. leaning far over" on and sought refuge in Peovo canyon. east; Clyde Scott .to''Home too, has the aurgeon genSo,, off aided, arrows. didn't ; as get the They whistling ; v. 's ind make me a "TishumTary ance Agency. : days after . this battle, the neer park, to the scene of the' fight side of TJnlted States.- Miss horses from .. A of their the the eral not opposite all did and at theiro ponies Lot 3, block i8, plat CI" T. D. Cas-- Indiana would aay,. 0tl on the care ot the teeth I Another akirmish .waa .fought s by articles came from copper-coloreflnd".again a ana daabed Lthreaten to pesti between. up tnake when us, they jis mistake in your Sunday- paper, to the clean-teet- h ae below Tan. the,eettlera, tq the north-Ao-d fity to' Clyde Scott of the probably, added somewhat gradually- they retreated to tne the willows, shooting Tepidly under Provo canyqn end metwestern r . yolk announced that I was the first southwestmovement.-, Monday, March 2S, near of the mill ot part after ner's necks. waa' horses' what Dart their county sometime later when lhe In Rose mining ' claim; Thot m. n rmu the Provo liver and that ward known as Battle Creek aad what . J Bell The Hedquist Drug company's offer We could not see an Indian as they the old Fort Utah. The skirmish waa orJlarH made me dians made an httempt to tampede ot free tubes of Pepsodent, undoubtCedarstrom to C. Cedarstrom. " ' was one redskin ot and was us. In front that All only short Grove. now Pleasant again w we. call no charged ten to am you I Silver Bell mining llalm; C. Cedar Today I going i:i--- V their milch cows- and. oxen. ' Tnis edly will do as much in awakening a About a mile and a half southwest visible waa an Indian' leg and a pant killed... Creek got its . Itrom to Moses PaggL - or tne was .the victim of the battle was fought up near the mouth wider desire tor clean teeth. That is ,. . f Battle , Old as Curly sear prothe ot each. vettlement The the figureplace pony waf. right ing Walker the . It waa during Water rights A M. Conrad td gave such washout, crosses the cession passed before nf. The animals flant. " Uewas - an elderly,, blind In of .the canyon now known as Battle- why The Dally Herald JPort whenrtbe-dee- p Charles 8. ConraJ estate. to Mr. Hedqulst's ofler. ;,trspace seemedJto or from dian and could- not run with ., the Creek. .the in beshootingarrows VtoeyardiTOdhereae-atchwere hiding v f 8ection 1. townshle 7 south, range UtaK waU; and and it was -- a' good many, years after The Dally Herald believes it but bound big willows.. It was there that the tha side of their, necks. This would others. r:.He fell Intotheouroldhands W I east; block 39, plat B: BR, Brine fort wall these flghta that the ' name BatUe o ehl-eo- t only tha mjuilc welfare, but set arrows waa 'of a had offered-thuntil against klnJ ap of continue quiver redskins them. toughest routed and to Pearl D. Brown,' We attacked them ' His to welfare of this : ' u tha Creek for the a " bulaesi then would way tha and to body gave "t the be target warrior used present guns.1 jaame been ": resistance. Bench Provo ' t""4- -' ' of Pleasant Grove,1 r uioca: la, plat A, Lebl; Soet-t- -t They retreated apon tha balls. . u4 wlth riddled . was , and the willows behind willows. behind tha retreat darted . literally ' i ftanierman to flora E. Zimmerman. and we panned them hotly. They They -- r.;,A con-jiden- tha-eheri- fCi educated; man pla(TkeuiiurCrtC ft.'-;- X' - - - ifJ lnH-Oeor- isj-eporte- S lit.: gea a I . f Aerieafitty . . 92 -- u.t. wraoorc - . -f- - e fi-iit- ut-e- s n . - Fwfff'fln'S 1 berd?wmWypm - i Hll Years Old ser-"Th- e . . 1 from Frying Pan Into Fire . xt? jfeit V, pi,? Real Estate i ransiers .... , 8aturdayF-March-3r-49- 'ZZJ ny Jhe-Hedqu- af-rti- m- A,-a- rT.i ... pant Og-de- 7 vr vr iwanu We Came Near Making a "Tishum - tary" out of Redskin Fighter j " i ' " a Rus-sell- - d '"-- ' . k- T . r -- i-- " . -- . G. " com-munlt- v.