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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta "n TUESDAY. AUGUST 26.1919 f Proiri.ior; and Publisher.; THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD rRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 ilh Street SMth, Lethbrldat v! W.'A. President and. Managing Blrecloi Min Tomnw Business favor 'pfVpubllc utilities' Ih'an'tbe eiV ot .the. Post Office phones in Creat Urllain. Tbis was icouired as a pabllc utility by 'the British Government jn 1913- The a-. pcrience. of government ownership, as related by the Poslmasler-Cieaeral, was Ihiit the average iJlvMeiul bt flVe years ol 5.13 perlcenl. pajd while I, tame d.own to rly worked the private enterprise had .paid I ies to TELEPHONES' Office tdltMia] Office .....X.. 1521 royalties .._ ceat.xot- tbe 'gross receipts, In ih'e'iis't year of lo j SI YhU is'- one siUB ot the ilory.'fBul of Juiillc owu; er-sbip the'other side. Tbe wages the prorlstais made j for pensions, by Ibe private company i were far less than (he same provisions Jinade by Ihe telephone system when Says 'Section of All Red Route Is Ve'rv Satisfactorx; :VJS V Subscription Rates: Dallr: delivered, par -week Dally, delivered, per year Dilly, by mail, per year mall, per year Weeklv.'by mail, per year to U.S. 3.00 i ii nc operate! by the Govern rovlslon for pen by ihe private''eornVany .was {55.000 per an- num. Government took tbe concern over.tbe pension pro vision.waa'tncreased. to JL215.000 year-and-.wages lo. year tci llirel Aug. Tbe which have sprung upjn var Ion's places during the bot dry wealh er of recent wesks his put the, lotlj mountain peaks out-jnlp an almost im- penetrable blue making' It al- most impossible for anyone 'but au old resident to locate them: V So' dim aid 'so fiincerlaln are Iho iutllnes of the most. of them that a stranger In iWpartmtBtal Eiammalions of "Laie -Mr. Hay PricM (Krciil Oilr Own..CorTMFOn'lfHl> CARDSTONY Aug. funera] of Ibe late NT. E. P. Church, Baley. wis allended by many sympathising friends and acquaintances from Card- clon-and the country surrounding and Al) Uie Raley people -were out In force. Tne ftev.-Mr. and Mrs. Kellock'were very kind, doing "ill .possible for the bereaved- family and In addition to these, were Dr. and Mrs. __4 I .....In HrVM RICKED UP SSING IDS vmx BDSV and. Mrs. Win. Laurie, can" h'srdly believe .ihal such things HoWfi-er, HI Dales of eiplry of EubscaSotlonJ an-' dslly on address label. Accepl- nee of pipers after eiplrallon dale x- U.our authority lo-continue the sub- kcyipllon. :pcnsatiiu; Ihft llerali fioan 'four-iS loqua.tlou pen THE VISIT Op'THE MINISTERS. N to-day will be vieited hi- two Oa'nTnei Ministers "in (he per- Eons lion. Mr MeiEhen and Hon. provision f'-- j laoorer .was-niade-'Trorthy of hlB-hire: would T6lherw1ie" Vefii private profits were used for coin- rounily serviced In, the iong run as a Whole 'must benefit by to the west. .llosl oi the cars Pernic -on tourini :lass. but pro the -street ;today beaded ra that ipifs thrp ,g v of spyitfg a small. Sykea, an. Martin Woolf, ji! P. R, J. Y. Canl and others ers. community will "feel seriously Ihe loss of 51r. Ciurch 'as he was a man ciliieh whose character influence can not be replaced. .Waterlon Lakes The trips, park are less frequent ot.lste as the. leather become cooler... There a. few parties..however, who are trying the Hsociely trie proi Mr. Calder. Apart frdm ary reason at Lhe visit of Ihe the ilinisier at the connecieJ wi'Oi'-Jhc Irrigation projecLs' under conlemblalion, lhcv jonrneyicg of >lln- islere or the Croivn u> (he Carious po.'nls.of the country is a good policy. tbeiri into a very desirable persorfiil contact and. at tbev .'Same ;rie process in the provision miica ?iinsl wah'l and'i'ndijgence. "Had 'if not been" for the tho telephone now pperated In G'real Brilffln have shown s profit though a dlmished ore.--- but Ihe war'niade a cbinge further ifcfsaEe'd .wages nnd con- currently Increased provision for ten sions, together the' renewal and eileslon pf tbe plant for belter service, .the oulcome ilant was a'deficlt. The public of Great Britain ,se llcie, enlarges and j 1Tjy theieipre pay ihbse In w! InUresttd. L of local conditions. Tee Deparlmems of tne Inlerlpr. abd of) immigration and ColoniznlionVare rhieh ihe is inKniately Jhe visit ot the two Min- at the head ot these" accordingly, bq welcome ones. .''jWilh the. atleniion IpcusEed.'as it on irrigation.1 the pres- ence oi-'-llon.- Arthur Melghen ih our inidEt is. one of cicepUoiial imuort- to is lo 'the Nvlll-.bave every, Ihe neces 'respect there charges o'r-'lhe deficit "will have lo be borne by taxation. In the the public would have to pay were the system privately run, In that with no provision tor old .age .Ihe' employees would have become, a the State. Bat- leaving the unusnal ex- perience of the oul Ihe question is broad .the humane', and 'of; public owner- ship as'eiemplitied in the. experience al the telephone Eyflc'nl as it present in .-ilbe gate IP prosperity ;in Southern '..Tho vis now U Urlio.n.'. ger class, out spyrng a uu- heat jog .the. number on a-white, ground, the word desigrjiting' Ihe .Elate [rom "pwne.r 'hailed, the. scribe''approacien and was ciafhlnlng Ihs car when'the owner canie alpnK- ri was" a Ford roaHsler equipped with a good campidE cellenl condition." The tourist G. J. Los'Angeles, Califoj-nm, .and he had iresl "el Wmonlou to piy n, visit lo bfe raiicii hundVed and sbd? tcres'oi which he li'ad setlled upon twelve: years ago. Sir.1 Hosg reporli Mhat -he has a fai r crop.- of. flay.' -on- his rafich, thl s will inaSe him a pro'liaise return. j When at.home in Losj Angeles, Mr. logg in hjlliard sur- ly bkiiness and trare'B "over'.tbe Suthernr part, pf' his estate' looking [tor his widely-spread .trade, terri- Coming north eaAy 'in. the .spring e travelled, over aie.'-pacltic Coast Highway; to Portland. .-He then carao cross country lby; -way ol Walls and'up over qur.IntCTprovinclal ilghway through the bBauliful Ecen- of the Pass and .thence ynorUi to .owaver, .Vad horse, lhl> Is the lime ot Ihe Wai. old resident of Red eer. Is dead. Mark Irish. M." P. P. for Southeast Toronto, will not.see'k rt-elecllou. lTbe Niagara grapVcrop promises to is oJ the largest ever taken ott In lie district. t y RcY R: S. Scott.'.61 Hillsburg, bss accepted call lo Oruemee and Mount Pleasant. I'hreo were, arrebted b? Toronto be- ItaTb tat7 tavo rinsleaden In Ullcl trade. Sam'iledls, driver of-a motor car which fateliy injured Murray MelUsb aged years, was arrested on a charge ot mansla'ughtfc.f 'St ToroLto. Mrs. Jlaiy T'.'Gainer, ol Dorer town-- ship, died as'a reBull ot received nearly two Weeks ago when usuii sene.to quicken a fire.' G. B. McLean of Collingiood, ,jg. chajgfj the govcrnmenl with ellboralely InstrucUns Us enumer- ators to" omit from'Ihe voters' list mmei of electors to be oppos- ed lo the Co': J.- U R- Papons, O.M.U.. D.S.O. nil bar, Croli do Cluerre. aM Chova. lor de la Legion U'llonneur, ol Hc- glni, bat been appointed honorary dde decamp His Eicellency _____ "erlp_ ,-v fo'urlh within i week, was on iturday in Toroulo. The ac- cused inin. Edward Lancaster, is aaM lo have pltfil bis trade 'on (rains and irouud the Uulon Station. v lii an eodeawr io solva the labor problem, a Urge soin. 'concern at Cincinnati has put- three of Ihelr worxers.' on 'the board of directors They will hafe'eoual rights aud votes rith tho other directors. Hjiold iioyry went Ewlmmhig at Cleveland. "I'd be willing to pay-f 10 for a swia told a frlfnd as. he he came year'for nnch outings. Insect, pesti and heat being lesa troublesome and lisiiilly the berrje'i" ars all ripe. This year, !ot dry weather has hastened ihe ripening pf all wild Edward J. Wood and parly left early for- a week's outing and there will be a num- ber of ladies trip all by saddle horses 'f Tho Echo'pl eiiyminaUon returns are now all out a'nd ;the successful ows are' being congratulaled. The pub- lished results, surprises lor the C as some t have while walking to the, her C. E. 'Slepheas, who a'ad died In the look, sudden- ly ill and unll Iho [p- Hol'el Victory' at O..' prominent bemuse qf Its.connecUons- with yachting was totally burned. The incoropratlon of Scarto .Co. pf Branlford, varnish manufacturers, with a capilaliiition of 5500.00C .will be -.followSd iy a.large lie plant- ery o e ass a y lia hay. farm. Returning, be .will go back by way of Spokane 'and' Seattle. As -to roads ,Mr. Hogs says- laatf.witn-'iiini'i it-wilfhe avcai yary iWyallrkzirJwn 'of far as i cp'nTiciioi 'an, the I The .federal no ProTincial Govern- menOh'as 10 Shis part or'the. prof jbas .a in bringin'E the people here :for-Beltlement and-that-respen. :Elbllljy logical'.and_ lost maliing brought'in; remain here as a y and contented people. To rJake this industry which people hope loUhrive ond make a demands (he considerailod of thosc'whp really eipecled to go down lo defeat -have appeared among" Ihe fortunate ones.'. i This is acconnled for In some meas: ura by the'epldsmlc thai weakened good students.and causefl irregularity with others, and al in liy Ibe farm labor credits given'; those 'who aUe'4 in the greater produtlion la of thpEe writing passed. In, grade X there were more fnimrflsUhan'in. any otler, for Iheso the war. work "and 'W', account 69 per cent Grade XI aboul 86 per cent passed ano! the percentages for the school ___ fillea'wllh Isto'n 'school Etall it" pupils' names .while Borne oi John Edward nslon o[ s It gas' magnate and tbree' times candi- date lor U. S. Delaware died _New York sanitarium from that lorUont 'coast road is mder cbnslrnctipn making delburs oc- jo 'avoid y graded'road: beds': -v He eipfesscdv hlmsBiras greatly pleaded with the Canadian rp.ads nnii TBIT great .improvement through the Pass trip over (he route'In'the'spring.-1: Mr. Hogg is" sobiewhat of a.-Walton w'orshifper. and. lull of Beautiful, -tron iys.ouj _islreara3 are -He hasi.ejper- .r ei- ptci inurjiironj' 'be yisiC two i has a meanlng.all own'. In.1 Southern .AUierta. it is a lin'ancial-onc at thai but not in Ihe sense linauciers es' Pf Lsllibrldge ienced nc-ailficulty'ln'securinB all-Hie rish he hai nee'ded -to keep( hjs little larder lull: during his.' He menliioncd tie Old plan's nvter aud -iho -being' exceplionally good- [Uhlng-; ground. Ho Herald msn some very erudile m- Iho wary all in cast e Ily'ana'lh's kind-bi.rlyTlpJcasL II ould be unfair- to -the fjnnj, Iribes the walers lo n broadcast throuEh :th'esland, so sllall.bc kepi dge the. Ecribe.-.jwhere it is j-'ng'rid'hann U> Abe I.- ...i. tire which he starled wllh and it ooked as though it .would "carry ,'bim a'ck to his home. These lourisls are ,-ntinn'nr ano ine perceiiLufiea. me.. AUUUI works but if 74'par'cent eiac'tly. J Considering thB-'taany unfavorable conditions a'n'd interjiptionB the.results arevsallsfaclory. The teachers' for (he Cardslon school will number tbirletn this year, tea being required In the eight grades and three in'the high school and special depirlilenls.. -.The list Is given Law, as 'follows: 'iilssea Nan Sykes, Verda Dnce, Hannat Arch- lbS14 Alia Coombs, Hnby-, Parrish, Annie' Zola Cora BiEscll and Jilae Hall. lir. Golden (Woolf act, fa assistant, principal and'V.Mj. Archie Robbins, formerly bf Raytabnd, nave charge" of" the'maTinaL trailing and the physical training 'departments. The new .room Is being fltUd up for Ihe manual Iriining Work i and -.our .In heart disease.' "Maglslrale Denlson ofvToronto an- nounceji- on-'Saturdaj' thai reckless motor drivers couldvno to get off with Bnis, but would be giv- en a Jnll term in every caaa.of con- rlctlon. i co-operative sociely is seeking incbrpcralio'n Ihe IDSB ft operating a' chain of .5 In- tho IsJgoi> centres of tho The' profcoters ari well- tqdfeM, he roifnd.he had. (one..L" i 7be council 6[ Stettler has jiitsed a 'resolution requeBllng banks to keep open fo the accommodation of farmers, unl1 5 o'clock on-Saturdivs, during II month 'oi October, N vembar and 'December. The dentists of Saskatchewan were in conference. In 6askatb.ni, and elect ed the following President Dr. G. B.--K" de Witt.Ttcgiria; Ylce- president, DrL A. U'Joliuslon. Mooae Jaw; sccrelary-tieaBu'rer, Dr. Parkar Rcglna. I >Yank lireman on Ihe switch'engine in R: yards at Humboldl, met with a painful accident when the rear end ot a freight train backed into his englue.- The.cab was tamsheo1 lu anu'bls'leg was caughl In Ihe collision, crushing It badly. II." J.-Vigncui 'was droirncd'in UTo west Kpple'nay lake "Frl day afternooon while Irylng to rescui a liHle elrl who Mrt got in beyond he.i depth while bathing, on' a .sand bar a just'east. of "Deid" Pianos Are Useless PIANOS become "dead" when the children grow up ani move or "Mother" id too tired to play or caunot. Tbal's the time to change for a MASON RISCH PLAYER-PIANO The little l was saved.- province.' _ known Work was commence j tor the erec- tion bf a plant for Paper, ThtefBIvers. Que., and an option naa been taken on property at Slllery Cove. Que., for'., a nine-miliion-dollar pulp H H. DowaH, Ki'.C., leader of aimeet- m the''field. Tbia wil thair twelve million feet dilllsh order'ol on" Ine'high The Associated "Timber Exporters' 6 Drillsh Columbia Is handling all 'o order. The bylaw pasied by tli Calgary "city council years e.g and npw. torinY.: IKe .be- tween tjie cily' Calgary '-and th gas company, and which was' later validated by'the provincial legislature is not "'the' same agreement that was voted upon-or the of Cal- gary. This In effect' Is the finding of Chief .Two women 'anil a small girj .we're killed and'i .when an automobile went-.OYor.thp NJagarj Gorge bank, 150 feet. The Aek us Tor an cich'ango" propo- sition wllh( eusy tenna on tbo'. balance. Style Eookjet Free _ flock J -The- Hnini of Ui> ecrelary-treasuror, Pierre Gerard.. The sawmill of DeschampE Lin- glB. al Slocan Clly, iv111 resume oper- ation in lUe; immediate Tho over nume.'whlch .wiis'partially dam- aged by fire on July. 1C, for about; Is restored by] a crew, as this1 and.other, dislocations arCvtiiljusled, tbe inlll will, start (o operate, f The. 'convention of the Dominion Association v ,01 .Piro Ghlefflrmricluiled and'al Ihe eleclion. of' qlltcor's. Hie'.' delegates placed ChtcfifBeflhlaume, of, Thfco Rivers, 1n tho prefildcnllal chair for Iho en'eulug year, Tvilh'Chlef HeatU of lylce-presldent, nnd Chief- Sili'art, or..'Caiirapy, as seer orid Chief ot Kinetton, rclaina post.as sec-' rcla'ry, and Chief Qalt, -will be" treaiurer.'. auditors' electei- are' and; White. select- ed" the 1320 m toe iieiu. baled and then sent1 here., It will like: y.'cost JS'.to ?10 toi- traw'can be had at 50 cents .per ton, ut BS rusl.foond In-, many, arls bt Manlloba and' Saskatchewan IJi.tGorernnienl. With (his Tiew, Uie of Ihe tfro Jllnisters makes, "a ha'ppy combiflatiori- In (lie outcome 6c the' Siune -Ln raid .wnfch- lt: ia to he sincerely (rusted wlll.be rorlht lie need of irri- gation materialize into the substance o'r tbe same, In.-, v-lsil of Hons. Melghen ano .Calder will be regarded aaj an "epoch-making one In (his .part the province. impressed the vlsitins which sho-ivs thai oiler are very Oermaiiy.pVopOEiE having a league oi nations on her own plan. Tills, i materializes, will MORAL'. I'M PUBLIC UTILITIES. In the arguments raised againa.l owcnrshlp bow we "find that of -comparison It-I 'more'oKtn invilatton to 'rtooK on" this picture'and (6 look on lhal. On the assumption that corn I-i.-'parlsons are odious, UbC view Is made .to appear the advantage ".-pi'private owne'rsblp as compare! I.' iwllh public pwnersliip. In'the-cas pt syslem where naliona ized, as happened during Ihe war, th IOBB' occaEloned or diminished profils I.'. i'were set foiib as Ihe failure ot public ownefsblp from the standpolol -of v, efficiency. 'It was a glliler- and, no doubl, In many object fJom.a point conviction as lo the disadvantages Jf .Vubllt.vdwner3hlp. placed 'pjrlvaie enierprlse: l'-4tS-. jtiil': 16 letie the qne'stlon of public I il thf! without, .delving mor0lv. Ihe in Ihe, Irrigation area at, Coaldal JfWiur.Meifiben 'will see a rfc lica in 'miniature or of Southern Liberia cau be made I be. r materializes be 'lie "Un _ when M'ayl iarJie said nil. shbul be he was lirmly co vlnccd (hst they always the c'got awa merely surface, mean Thero In 'public ownership away in'4 beyopd the jnere oj prof the 4beillo.il. of cimmurK far outnelghs .any vtiljii; in.ttfie of', dolftfrs. and Iif pnblle ownership Solution.'of a'gr'cal human ID spile .of itie facl' tijtt otamlBoInt Jt rnny fe Miflilo a (allure, tbere has been re to'reinain, out family. Hogg hnd gymn QjaTluai taslum is one of the there .Is.a.spei- ialist in cliarge-.-we shall geV the foil benefit ol our spacious gym. It has been" enjoyed systematic, work for grade, or ropm.wlli noiv be pds'stbleV .There is nlS'UUnlJl Good atraW.Ia preferable toTnnch Jrom the north last winter'as il was very-Poor in quatlly, largely slough. apparently much 6f il was frozen be- ore'.being 1 n'ppre'ciallve'of tHeni and -all raise of the -roadi .and-_.t.Ke_jEcene.ry irough .which >lde the International boundary. -Every ne of .them will return to Ihe lie' to advertise thJB ,new. hrongh (he Rocky 1 rojim.w n a cfi usefulness.fo'rNHr. Hob bins'and we? believe (the Cardstdc people will appreciate bla', presence and roake the the pubMc school .hoard In" this direction yield very practical results, -Soiie alfalfa'hay has been shipped ft by the ranchers spmh'lind It scares one lo hoar.of Ihe priW. If free frelglit Is granted on Ibis hiy..lt cost J36 a 'ton F. O. B'j Coaldale, It. frefgh o.'to beTiald add }2.mow.per ton. MK Grahani oul t Ihe Blood Reserve and clpsed up wi( some parties for oat slraw at.J2 pe it''-for'.feeding Catharine'LyWl. Mrs. nnd Calh: arlne DIel.' the'jbree..year olur daugh- ter of SIra- Diel. Kenneth Kruger, nlno years old. was se'rerly injured, redoyer. All Hve-tn-NIagara Falls. v.- v- A local branih, of the Great Wnr. Veterans has been drglnlled at Gravel ore'.being c_-. Mr. "Wm. Duceonapecte.a the' oat fields inCMnnltcba and contracted for ot Ihe straw. 'The TJ hers may- close for sWacreSTtnl defln- llc word has not yet recelTed. The cohllnued dry weather males the h'ay silualion a very serious p.ne here. Threshing returns so far warrant IheT fcardslon'Ja'rralng' cortpany in giving out thai' their yield >e about 25 bushels per acre .for, the HOC acres of fall wISeal. Today they are abba't half through Ihe threshing and they the poorest part of'th'e grain. This Is the, best crop In the souiiiwest corner Clean to by aD Druggists, Grocers and officers: Mr. A. n. Toronto pa who was'Staying .wilh_h parprla at Owen Sound, a visit by a This may -well be called Hoard of. Commerce already giving an earnest of what It will be by (he Ecare raised among Ihe It.re'malns'for the lo see ihfl.lbls Is nol allowed to be merely ft passing fear. No.one unless he -visits Southern Alberla iran be Impressed Itf whal pply ol an aoundanl and slahle supply -Tvafer mians to l.t. That impression cannot but be gained by, Bonn. Melghen and ,Calder. melering ot water In tho city r wayjl one. Ther fmucli argument. ,wVl? 'be' nV linportanl.......... ahould tie ho. mitl'ake nia-Jc voice of the tnajorlV- The prop. cjiis-.i-f "ihe ineier polity shou'd be "carefully weighed. ,Arge Altcndance.; of: Helurned lilen and Many Coiriplirrien. lary'Addressts Our'Own GRASSY Aug! bin- quct was tendered Ihe sol- dlera by'the- people 'of Qrassy 4 on the evening of s L There .was attendance bbtK of Ihe'relurnea men and their friends. Thi hall accbmmodallpn was Isx'ed lo Ihe uppermost.' The' banquet- was erved In (he Fergiison Block, and anclng aflj-.rwards took place In (ho errV hall. I 'Mrl'lliichacari was- ihe .principal pcaker.ot Iho'cvinlnf, anflVpeeches were given by'Copt: Porter, Lieut. Snqddon, and .a most short and pllhy one by .Mr. Lltt, vfho alluded In a rnosl truthlul way to condt- ipns of mllila'rt.service. ,Iiolh halli were bcnullfully decorated by 'the adlca; and'nlso lhanlls flrC due to him for providing such 'f. plentiful refa.il for-sb many. Late endeavored lo show proud It Is of Ihe line conlmgenl of young rhcii ont to serve tlielr country. s On Aoguel the 12th, al MedlcliW Hat, Ihe .wife of Sir. Weir him wllh a hoy and Oeorgo 'ltaesbackx left for Calgary today. !i Jlfs, PcrclvAl and Prtaton, anrl Mr, and Mrj, from Coalfiursl, 'wore vlsllors The appearance of our local lumber yard Is being niiich'JmpfoVed re- ceiving a coat Pf palul, Skin macK, ind-'il ii j, Jiver an4 blood are the'skinja cleirsand jovily. and stllowriesi snow thei nmuhte- 'ind regulate the prcuk- Any Tablet Offered as Aspirin-apd with the "Bayer Cross" iq Npt at All! ''v-; "Bayer" Now hade' in German Rights f U; S. Government White We are shdwfng a new shiprfient of White Kid Pumps in a Very.stylish last. Those carry perfect filling long vamp I ind turn sole. In. and 0. x- I You cnn'l lli.J anyllilng "nicer or of better quality. r ASK TO BE FITTED 3HOE3 FOR ALL AQEft W 620 THIRD AVENUE'WUTH i. SrlERLOCK BUJLDINO Jhcrc is not German in of, .Aspirin" -nor' will'a''.Gerrriari; citizen its sale or'ever b'e.aljoved ''jbjacqiilre'inlercsl. Tiblels of .Aspirin1! js now 'matjt.ln .Cinadl-and be gist's jn handy _ .Unless you we the VDayef Cross'-' on patkage.and 'on (ablets yoji arc not getting Aspirin at Durlng the1 wkr, acid imitations "we're sold as 'Aspirin Iri pill boxes'and Varigws'olher But there is no for genuine "niye'r Tableis_oj Aspiriri" yhicli 'proved safe by millions'for Paiivrtpadfche, .Rheu- rnitismi'Luinfiaeo.'Co'ldS, Gripis, JOinf Pains, Proper and'safc.-d.rccttons'are in every "Bayer DonTaccept Aspirin in a pillbex. Buy IJoxrt of of ?l-Boll1cs Aspirin Irit HI IIP tnirk (WeUlrrfi In if nijtr -idiWMrr of Sallrrllcafi'l. Jt T< ncll iowrn Ihil Aspliln mem Itnllilloni, tho Tihtcd ol iLHt tndc nirk, lire ;