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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL.
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AGAINST STEEL MEN
MOST SWEEPING ANTI-TRUST SUIT
HIGH FINANCIERS ARE INVOLVE
PROMINENT NEW YORK LAWYERS
ALSO IN THE NET.
UNEARTH SECRET AGREEMENTS
The Most Sensational Indictments Yet
Returned by Any Grand Jury Against
Trust Officials In America , Are Ex
pected Today In New York.
New York , June -9. What promises
to be the most sensational and far-
reaching anti-trust action the federal
government has ever undertaken Is
expected to take definite form today
when a federal grand jury which has
lcen ) securing evidence against cer
tain olllclals of the United States
Steel corpoiatlon , Us subsidiaries and
many Important steel companies ,
makes Its report.
High Financiers Involved.
It is known that the findings of the
grand jury promise to be a greater
revelation than any of the published
rumors have Indicated. Criminal in
dictments charging conspiracy to con
trol the prices of steel and steel pro
ducts , the country over , involving men
high up In the financial world , are
mild to bo ready.
The government's Investigations
have even gone further and are said
to have reached a prominent law firm
of this city which has for several years
been Identified with many socalled
trust contracts and pooling agree
Get Secret Agreements.
Some evidence presented to the
grand jury is said to show the steel
business In the United States has been
divided by agreement Into about twen
ty POpls. The pools , it is said , have
been formed by agreements , llttlo sub
sidiaries of the steel corporation and
many of the independents. Agents of
the government in their investigations
have come Into possession of con
tracts , agreements and minutes of
meetings of steel men.
The government's action is directed
more against the "trust within the
'trust ' , " than against the steel corpora
tion alone , although the evidence laid
before the grand jury Is said to be
against officers of the big corporation.
Criminal Action Separate.
While the bureau of corporations at
Washington has been making an in
vestigation of the steel corporation for
nearly throe years , this proposed crim
inal action is apart from that. The
criminal case will not have any con
nection with any -suit which the gov
ernment may bring against the steel
To Probe Harvester Trust.
Washington , June 29. An investiga
tion to determine whether the Interna
tional Harvester company has violated
the antl-tniet , Interstate commerce or
uatlonal banking acts , and "whether
it has entered into relations in viola
tion of law with other persona , firms ,
or corporations in violation of the law
with other persons , flrms and corpora
tions , " is proposed in a resolution in
troduced today by Mr. Lobeck of Ne
A Postoffice Robbed.
Newhampton , Mo. , June 29. Rob
bers who drove Into this village In an
automobile early this morning blew
the safe in the postoffice with nitrogly
cerine. They secured $150 worth of
stamps and about $30 In cash and
made their escape. The explosion was
hoard by citizens , but they did not
realize what was going on , so made
uo effort to capture the cracksmen.
OPPOSE TAFT IN OHIO ?
This Is Statement of Gov. Aldrich , on
Lincoln , June 29. Gov. Aldrich
who has just returned from a trip to
Ohio , today stated that there was
much opposition In that state to the
renomlnatlon of President Taft.
The governor stated that five out ol
the six Nebraska districts would be
carried for LaFollette at the statewide
primaries next spring. Ho also said
that Roosevelt seemed to be the fa
vorlte among Ohio republicans.
Taft Names a Dakotan.
Washington , Juno 29. Presideni
Taft sent to the senate today the fol
lowing nomination :
Envoys extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary : William B. Russell *
of the District of Columbia to the Da >
uilnlcan republic ; Evan E. Young
South Dakota , to Ecuador ; Nlcolay ig.A.
Grovstad to Paraguay and Uruguay
Charles Dunning White , Now Jersey >
to Honduras ; H. Perclval Dodge , Mas
sachusetts , to Panama ; Lewis E. Ir
stein , Now York , to Costa Rica.
Ewlng , Neb. , Juno 29. Special
CONDITION QFJHE WEATHER
temperature for Twenty-four Hours ,
Forecast for Nebraska.
< 1 , , . inn . S3
A\ > / . 75
Unroii 4/y . 29.151
Chicago / / "i. The bulletin Is
sued by tliw0/V i station of the
United States % . .r bureau gives
the forecast for irnskn as follows :
I'nseltled weather \\lth probably
cool showers east portion tonight and
Friday ; warmer northwest portion to-
The News : At 10 o'clock yesterday
morning , at the Catholic church ,
Joseph Sullivan and Miss Mamlo Cat-
forty were united In the holy bonds
of matrimony by the Hev. Father Hose.
Dennis McCarthy and Miss Elizabeth
Sullivan acted as seconds. The bride
and groom arc well known here. The
groom Is ono of Kwlng's butchers.
FORMER UNITED STATES SEN.
1 ATOR IN JUDGESHIP RACE.
DEMOCRATIC LEADERS CONFER
A Quiet and Exclusive Conference of
Democratic Leaders In the Ninth
Judicial District , is Held at Pacific
Hotel in Norfolk.
Former United States Senator Wil
liam V. Allen of Madison is back In
the political game. He will be the
democratic candidate for judge of the
Ninth judicial district of Nebraska ,
opposing the present Incumbent , Judge
A. A. Welch of Wayne , If plans of
1J democratic party leaders do not go
Taking time by the forelock and
slipping onceover on the state primary
law , a conference of democratic party
leaders assembled from all parts ol
the Ninth district met at the Pacific
liotel In Norfolk last night and unan
imously selected Senator Allen as the
man to make the race against Welch.
Senator Allen was present and con
sented to make the campaign.
The conference , which was a quiet
affair , was called by Fred H. Free of
Plalnvlew , chairman of the democratic
central committee of the judicial dls
trlct. With the central committee an
advisory committee was likewise in
vlted to meet.
The only other name mentioned in
connection with the candidacy was
that of Judge Douglas Cones of Pierce
Both Judge Cones and Senator Allen
have presided on the benchs-of this dis
trict In the past. The district includes
Madison , Pierce , Knox , Wayne and
Last night's conference has no of
flclal significance , and any other as
plrant for the democratic nomination ,
still has the right to file for the prl
mary election , but the chances are
none will care to enter the lists
against Senator Allen.
Among those present last night
Willis E. Reed , Madison ; W. V. Al
len , Madison ; Joseph Martin , Madi
son ; M. C. Garrett , Madison ; Fred H.
Free , Plalnview ; Douglas Cones ,
Pierce ; W. E. Powers , Pierce ; G. T.
Kelly , Pierce ; Phillip Kohl , Wayne ;
George G. Dayha , Nlobrara ; August
Deck , Hoskins ; A. H. Backhaus ,
Pierce ; John Welsh , Norfolk.
RAINFALL IN DAKOTA.
Some Interesting Figures Compiled by
Sioux Falls Observer.
Sioux Falls , S. D. , Juno 29. Some
interesting comparisons of the rain
fall and temperature of this part of
the state can be made as the result of
an Inspection of the records In the of
fice of the local voluntary weather ob
server. These show something of the
lack of moisture during the past two
years compared with that for 1909.
, The rainfall for the three years , from
January 1 to June 25 , was as follows :
In 1909 , 15.81 Inches ; 1910 , 7.07
inches ; 1911 , 8.34 Inches. That the
rainfall thus far this year has been
greater than during the corresponding
period of last year will be a surprise
to many. The figures show that the
total rainfall from January 1 to June
25 of this year was but little more
than half what the rainfall was dur
ing the corresponding period In 1909.
The temperature also has varied
greatly this year compared with the
average temperature during June
1909. The average temperature for
! June , 1909 , was 84 ; for 1910 , 85 , and
for 1911 , 95. this having been the hot
o- test June for seventeen or eighteen
. years in this part of the northwest.
; Russian Dreadnaught Launched.
, St. Petersburg , Juno 29. Russia's
- first dreadnaught , Sevastopol , was
launched successfully today from the
IJaltlc works , in the presence of the
ministry of marine , naval attaches , r
large representation of society , the ex
ecuclve bodies and otllclalJoin
101 IN SHADE
THURSDAY AFTERNOON IS THE
HOTTEST OF THE SEASON.
TERRIBLE WIND FROM SOUTH
All Heat Records of the Year Were
Broken In Northern Nebraska and
In Northern Iowa Thursday , When
the Mercury Sizzled up to 101.
All hont records for the season were
broken In Norfolk Thursday afternoon
when the temperature reached 101 , by
the ( government thermometer. That
heal was attained at 3:10 : o'clock. The
terrible hot wind from the south , like
a breath from a blast furnace , made It
altogether the moat disagreeable day
of the summer.
101 at Sioux City.
Sioux City , la. , Juno 29. All hot
weather records for the season were
smashed today when the temperature
PIERCE PLANS REUNION
Will Entertain North Nebraska G. A.
R. July 11 to July 15.
Pierce , Neb. , June 29. Special to
The News : Arrangements for the
north Nebraska district G. A. R. re
union at this city from July 11 to 15 ,
are about completed and from commu
nications being received from all over
the north and northeast part of the
state there will be a record breaking
attendance during that week. The
committee has secured such prominent
speakers as Gov. Chester H. Aldrich ,
ex-Senator William V. Allen , Judge
Pawcett , ex-Gov. Shallenborger , Hon.
F. II. Free and many other good or
ators for the afternoon programs and
campllres In the evenings. Music will
lie furnished by the Pierce band and a
male glee club under the leadership of
J. L. Centlivre and F. E. Lllledahl.
Among the amusements will be a base
ball game each afternoon on the fair
grounds diamond just across the road
from the reunion grounds. The large
grove just south of the city has been
placed in fine condition and tents ,
straw , hay , water and fuel will be
provided for all and furnished free to
all soldiers and their families attend
ing. The first day will be Norfolk
day , at which time the home team
and Norfolk's ball tossers have been
scheduled for a bout In the afternoon
Norfolk has taken one game from
Pierce 4 to 3 , and the second contest
will no doubt bring out a big crowd of
baseball enthusiasts. Friday will be
Osmond day and it is hoped to ar
range for a McLean day. W. H. Wid
anmn of Norfolk as commander has
appointed the following officers on his
staff : A. L. Brande , adjutant , Pierce ;
G. W. Littell , quartermaster , Pierce ;
Capt. William Kelly , officer of the day
Anyone desiring further information
should address the adjutant at Pierce
$13,000 , FORJERSEY BULL
Three Animals Bring $26,425 at Farm
Sale World's Record Price.
Klrksville , Mo. , Juno 29. New
world's records for Jersey cattle were
made here when two bulls and one
cow brought $26,425 at the annual Kin
loch farm sale. Viola "Jolly , " a 7-year
old bull , born at St. Queen , Island o
Jersey , was sold for $13,000 to Dr ,
Scoville ot the Ellendorf farms , Lex
Ington , Ky. He was purchased by Dr ,
Still and bought in Klnloch farms fo :
$1,200 two years ago , a record at tha
time. Jolly Royal Sultan
, a 2-year-old
bull , son of the first named and Lady
Viola , sold for $10,000. Majesty's Lady
Houhla , 6-year-old , brought $3,425 , said
to be the biggest price ever paid for a
Diaz to Take the Cure.
Frankfort On The Main , Germany ,
June 29. General Porfirio Diaz , for
mer president of Mexico , arrived here
today. He Is on his way to Wiesba
den , where he will take the cure.
New York Suffers.
New York , June 29. A hot , humid
and almost breezeless day one of the
worst the city has experienced this
year Is charged with one death and
prostrations which are officially re
ported as numbering fifteen.
The official thermometer registered
S9 , with street thermometers several
degrees higher , and only slight relief
came with the night. The percentage
of humidity during the day ranged
from 40 to the high mark of 65.
Two Die at Plttsburg.
Plttsburg , June 29. Although the
thermometer did not go above 85 de
grees , two deaths and several prostra-
tlons resulted hero from the heat.
Lunch at Oakdale.
Oakdale , Neb. , Juno 29. Special to
The News : The Newman Grove
, boosters arrived In town Wednesday
afternoon about 2:30 : via the automo
bile route from Elgin. They were re
ceived by the Oakdalo band and a
general turnout of the business men.
During their stay cigars , coffee , and
sandwiches were furnished them.
There were about eighty of them In
s all with about twenty machines. With
them was the boys' band of Newman
They departed about 3:30 : for Tllden
and expected to make Norfolk tonight
The town was decorated with the national -
tional colors as were their machines
LIFE'S ' DISAPPOINTMENTS
( Copyright. 1311. )
A BIG SHIP
GAN'T ' BERTH
STRIKE OF SHORE GANG MAKES
TROUBLE FOR STEAMER.
PEOPLE LANDED BY A TENDER
'he Steamer Zeeland of the Red Star
Line From New York is Unable to
Berth at Her Landing Stage in Liv
erpool Shoremen Won't Help.
Liverpool , June 29. In the absence
f the shore gang , who are on strike ,
.he steamer Zeelandof th < Red Star
ine from New York was unable to
berth at her landing stage today and
her passengers were landed from a
ender. The men due to relieve the
Iceland's crew at Merzy lightship re
used to go on duty.
The Ship Strike is Effective.
London. June 29. The situation re
sulting from the seamen's strike was
uuch involved today , but standing out
boldly was the fact that the strikers'
measures for obtaining increased
wages were effective in many places.
The Canadian Pacific railway and
the Allan line yielded this morning.
The Cunard line followed suit this
afternoon. The stewards of the Em
press of Britain have returned to work
and the loading of the Tunisian has
The steward of the Arabic of the
White Star line , due to sail for Boston
on Saturday , and the Bovlc and Suevic
of the same line , quit today and have
picketed their ships.
Liverpool , June 29. The strike haa
had a serious effect on the distribu
tion of American and Canadian food
stuffs. The quays are littered with
huge quantities of bacon , cheese , lard
and butter , which the deck hands pre
vent the carters handling.
Niobrara Beata Springfield.
Nlobrara , Neb. , June 28. Specie 1 to
The News : Nlobrara crossed bats
with Springfield , S. D. , on the home"
liamond. The score was 25 to 3 in '
favor of Niobrara a walkaway. Rock '
and Barrell were the battery for the !
SIOUX FALLS BOY HONORED. i
Herbert Emerson Promoted to a Lieutenancy -
tenancy in the Navy ,
Sioux Falls , S. D. , June 29. Information
mation received here from Province-
town , Mass. , tells of honors which
have come to a Stoux Falls boy , in the
person of Herbert F. Emerson , son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Emerson , prominent -
inent residents of Sioux Falls. The
young man Is In the United States
navy , and the information received
here is to the effect that he has been'
promoted to lieutenant.
The Ship Comes Back.
Los Angeles , June 29. The steamer
Eureka , the movements of which on
the Central American coast some
weeks ago occasioned considerable an
xiety In Washington under- the pre
sumption that the ship was laden with
munitions of war and bound on a fili
bustering cruise to Honduras , arrived
In port here with her crew of fortune (
seekers , "disappointed and disgusted , "
according to Capt. F. S. Burtis. "Some >
officious persons started a story that t
wo wore filibustering , " said Burtis.
"and when wo reached Anmlapala we
were not allowed to land by the Honduran -
duran government. We gave up in
disgust and came back. " The party
was headed by five Americans who
hoped to unearth a treasitro said to
, have been burled some place on the
Honduran coast during a revolution
, many years ago.
TWO TRAMPS ARRESTED TRYING
TO GET INTO BARN WHERE
GOODS ARE HID.
Ewlng , Neb. , June 29. Special to
The News : Thieves entered the store
of T. J. Loob either Saturday night or
Sunday night and purloined therefrom
live coats and vests , three pairs of
trousers , seven pairs of shoes , live
shirts and some canned goods. On
Tuesday moat of the articles stolen
were found hid in a barn In an
unused feed lot and a watch was set
to catch the guilty parties.
About 3 o'clock yesterday morning
Marshal Coyne succeeded in arresting
two tramps who were quietly trying
to gain entrance to the barn and who
acted in a very suspicious manner.
They were kept in town until yester
day afternoon when they were taken
to O'Neill for a hearing before the
county judge. The tramps tell very
conflicting stories , but whether suffi
cient evidence can be obtained to con
vict them of the crime will only be
revealed at the hearing.
HINES IN HIS
CHICAGO MILLIONAIRE LUMBER
MAN ON WITNESS STAND.
IN LORIMER INVESTIGATION
In Beginning Hia Testimony , Mr.
Hines Says He is 47 Years Old ;
Committee to Adjourn Saturday to
Meet In Chicago After the Fourth.
Washington , June 29. Edward
Hiues , millionaire lumberman of Chicago
cage , whoso name has been repeated
ly connected with the alleged raising
of $100.000 to elect William Lorlmer
to the senate , took the witness stand
'in his own defense today before the
The committee probably will adjourn -
journ Saturday to meet In Chicago af-J
ter July J.
' In beginning his testimony Mr.
Hines said he was 47 years old.
; i iXINKAIOERS HAVE
[ , GOOD CROP OUTLOOK '
GREELEY , WHEELER AND GAR-
j FIELD COUNTIES ARE
Spaldlng , Neb. . June 29. Special to
\The \ News : In Greeley , Wheeler and
Garlleld counties crop prospects are
above the average. A great deal of
winter wheat and alfalfa Is grown all j
aleut ; the Cedar valley. Wheat and
rye Is being harvested and will make
a fair yield. The first crop of alfalfa
has been cut which was heavy. Corn
never was better at this season of the
| year. Some pieces of oats have been
'damaged by the recent spell of dr >
hot weather but the rains of the past
few days have been of inestimable
j ' value to all kinds of growing crops
and should the present cool weather
continue for n few days and with a
reasonable amount of rain oats would
yet make a fair crop in this locality.
In the sand hills everything is in n
flourishing condition. Grass and pas-
turcs are excellent. Stock Is In good
sbapo and the Klnkald homesteaders
are prosperous and contented
TWO MEN ROB
A MAIL GAR
MISTAKE TRAIN FOR SECTION
CARRYING $400,000. ,
EXPRESS MESSENGER IS GAME
Hearing Explosion In Mall Car , Where
the Robbers Dynamite the Safe , He
Refuses to Open the Door When
They Demand Admittance.
Giendale , Ore. , Juno 29. Apparently
mistaking the first section of north
bound passenger train No. 16 on the
Southern Pacific road for a south
bound train said to bo carrying a
shipment of $400,000 in gold dust from
Seattle to San Francisco , two robbers
held up the northbound train last
night at 9:10 : o'clock near West Fork ,
an isolated station In Cow Creek Can
yon. The robbers rifled the mail car ,
blowing up the safe and getting away
with the registered mail. They tried
to secure entrance to the express car
but were foiled by Messenger Robb ,
who refused to open the door. The
robbers after fruitlessly prying with a
crowbar at the sldedoor of the car ,
finally desisted and decamped with the
loot received from the mall car. The
amount secured by the robbers cannot
be ascertained. This train carried In
its registered mail the cash from
southern Oregon postoffices to Eugene ,
Ore. , which is their depository , and
this was probably Included In the
The robbers boarded the train at
West Fork , while the engine was tak
Ing water. Soon after it had got un
der way they crawled over the tender
into the cab and directed the engineer
to stop the train. This done , one of
the men kept the engineer and fire
man under cover of his revolvers ,
while the other went back and un
coupled the mall , baggage and express
cars. Then the engineer was ordered
to pull these cars some distance up
the track where he was again ordered
to stop. The robbers went back to
the mail car and , lining the mail clerks
up , took the registered mail pouches
and dynamited the mall car safe.
I The noise of the explosion warned
j ! Messenger Robb of what was taking
i plane and when the demand came for
i aim to open his door , he made no re
s : > onse The robbers had then lied.
I Poises have been organized to pursue
I t'.io lo'nbers.
I TORPEDO DESTROYER WRECK
U. S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer Almen
'j Collides With a Schooner.
I Sandy Hook , N J. , June 29. The
I'nlted States torpedo boat destroyer
Almen , from Philadelphia , reports be-
I ing In a collision with a schooner at
i 2:4. : o'clock this morning. The dam-
i ago was slight.
j Negroes Bring Suit.
Boone , la. , June 29. Union negro
i miners of Ogden , numbering 101 , who
are suing John P. White , International
j president ; W. H. Rogers , Iowa presl-
dent of the United Mine Workers of
i America , and other mine officials for
more than a million and a half dollars ,
began presenting their cases to Judge
Wright here. The negroes claim they
were imported Into Ogden under mis
representations and ask damages In
sum of $10,000 each. The suit
, grows out of labor troubles a year ago
when white miners , learning that the
strike was costing the union $2000 a
' day , resumed their work and later re-
II1 signed In small numbers. The negroes
5-1 were Imported to fill their places , but
; were refused admission to the union
They also ask that they be permitted
, i i r MI a un1 iti o' ti ) > 'ir own
WHOLE STATE IS SOAKED WED
ALL OVER ROSEBUD COUNTRY
Both Trlpp and Gregory Counties Get
a Heavy Downpour Lasting Two and
a Half Hours Rainfall of an Inch
General Corn Looks Fine.
A mmUIng rain , lasting two bourn
and a half , fell all over Gtogory and
Trlpp counties Wednesday night , no-
lordiug to railroad men who nrrlvud
In Norfolk Thursday.
The rain extended as far south na
Nlobrara , but the heaviest of. It extended -
tended only as far as Spencer.
Thursday \\as a terribly hot day In
Norfolk , with a burning wind blowing
from the south like the blast from .1
Associated Press dispatches troii/
South Dakota Indicate one of the num
extensive rains of the season over thA
entire state Wednesday night. In the
central part of the state , over an Inch
of rain fell. Corn crops are repotted
to be In fine condition.
SOUTH DAKOTA SENATOR TAKES
HAND IN FIGHT ON RECI-
Washington , June 29. While both
branches of congress were In session
today Interest continued to center In
the senate where the opponents of the
agreement with Canada now have fair
ly begun their attack on the reciproc
A speech by Senator Gamble of
South Dakota against the measure and
a continuance of the remarks of Sen
ator Cummins of Iowa , who has de
nounced the bill as obviously unjust
and proposed amendments augment-
ig the number of Canadian products
dmltted free under the bill , were pre-
Chairman Penrose of the flnanco
ommittee Is in charge of the bill and
s aspiring to his program of persist-
ntly offering his request for unani
mous consent to 11 x a date for a votf
in reciprocity wool and the free list
illls' and may renew that request at
The house had no important busi-
icss mapped out today , the idea of
ho democratic leaders being to meet
nd adjourn from time to time while
waiting the action of the senate on
he bills sent over by it. This program
vill be continued at least until after
DAKOTA Gljtt ENDS LIFE
Ora Millet , Aged 22 , Kills Herself 48
Result of Lovers' Quarrel.
Canton , S. D. , Juno 29. Ora Millet ,
a girl about 22 years old , killed her
elf here by drinking carbolic acid.
'he tragedy was duo to a lovers' quar
el. Raymond Logan , on learning of
his sweetheart's death , attempted to
end his own life. He was prevented
jy bystanders. He came here from
Vhltslow , Ind. * < * . . : "
WAR ON STRAY CHICKS.
Editor Thinks Maybe They'll Ke r
the Blamed Chickens Home.
Elizabeth City. N. C. , June 29. Ed-
tor W. O. Saunders of Elizabeth City
las been annoyed by his neighbors'
chickens. Editor Saunders burst with
ndignation and into this print this
sveek Is a story on the front page o
he Independent. This Is what ha
"For several months W. O. Saundera
las suffered much annoyance from
other folks' chickens. This spring ho
saw bed after bed of flower seed de
stroyed. There were chickens In the
rent yard , chickens in the back yard
and chickens in the house. The chick
ens only went to their owners' yards
eng enough to lay. It never seems to
occur to folks who own chickens that
they should keep their chickens home.
The rule In Elizabeth City seems to bee
o raise chickens and then turn them
oose for other folks to feed.
"So last week Saunders caught a
trespassing fowl and decapitated him.
The executed fowl was then displayed
with a placard warning the neighbor
hood that such would bo the fate ot
other chickens that got in the way.
Yesterday Saunders got out his six
shooter and killed another bird. May
be , after a while , folks will keep their
chickens homo or kill Saunders. "
SOCIALISM IS CONDEMNED.
Milwaukee Archbishop Says it Is a
Vicious Heresy and an Evil.
Chicago , Juno 29. Socialism waa
condemned as a heresy and an evil
and all Catholics were warned against
It by Archbishop Sebastian G. Mess ,
mer of Milwaukee , ono of the central
figures In the proceedings of the
Catholic Educational congress In ses
"Socialism is nn heresy and nn evil ,
the vlclousness of which is apparent
to every thinking man. " said the MH-
, "Tho dangers to whlr-h it load * can
bo averted only by the Influence by
ru''glon ' uud religious teaching * "