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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHfmuXiE.UAKLY HERALD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1019 xij" Li Hlbei'ta DAILY AND WEEKLY Publishers LCTHtRIDGE HERALD COMPANY, LIMITED lotrth, W. A. Buchanu it and Sftnajing Director Manager TELEPHONES Ottlce 1252 1 Office 1224 I ed. Hnd in Its own Interest it should Itf so minded. i Wo refer lo Lee Iiablt of individuals In not specifically Jeuoihuj ou itc f eDTolupo the o( Ihe iwrsou to Tshjom it is written. b-eJas oieix'ly i content io mart cm .t, In tha case I oE thosa wLo Jive here, tbe word irlihout name ol ft reel or ave- one an3 number ot residence. WLal familiar lo them Ihej wkon U i lamlliAr to ulhers; but ia lellfrs. 03 la most ihlaijs, [t Is .not a vrJso policy to by one- sell. TVfcat la familiar lo Ihe writer Is not necessarily familiar lo tin Borlor in the Post Ofllca or lo Iho carrier, aud. there ia delay In the the nilss.'.-e and Iho danger of Its going astray. Eight Pedagogy Laid Up With Successful .Poultry Shor T Audit Bureau of Subieriotlen Rattc: Dally, delivered, per ireelc .15 Dairy, delivered, per year .....7.50 Dally, by maU, per rear .......i.OG Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.5? Weekly, aiall, per year to U.S. Dales ol eii'Lrr of subscription ap- paar dally on addreas label. Accep'.. .aace ot papars after eipIra'Jou date la. oar authority to coolinitt the sub- scription- Oar Own U.C, liealih Insurance commisilon appointed by ifco provincial government of llriilsh Columbia for the purpose of Invesll- ihe subjects ol mothers' pen- sions, maternity Insurance, hsiltb to. surauce, and public health nurtluK. Kill holj 3 meeting In (be Court house Hut beyond there h thp import- 1 at lYrnlc at S p.m. on December 10th, r to hoar any opinions that ruav ant point .bat coascieiiticus sorter's timo is takeu mi wlih looking tp in ihe directory the addresses ot names vlih ivhlcb lie Is imfamiHar, re- sulting ID rnucli weariness and vexa- tion of spirit, and, wiiU au liuportauca viilch has to be reckoned, tho wiste of public time which might vrell Lo applied to olbor wilii tie re- sallant increased Public Eferrants should not be to do- vote tha public'3 timo to the remedy- ing of what may bo termed "allp- ehodednosi' on the pan. of the public THE ISSUE ON MONDAY In the apathy In ciiic maiLcrs shown when it to voting days, U not be ont of iilace lo remind all cii- izens who are entitled lo vole that. good citizenship calls on them (o re-1 ivay oT tbo of his sot beyond lie stage ot a taut and tins should bo remembered when letters are ad- dressed. BejonJ tins. If the, practice ot using ihe number oT the house and ILeif votes Mon> thrvt should be fully sensed in the Interests of ihc principle of democracy as laid down I'D the rJUj of the. iuajorilr. The issues TrhicU Monday -rvill de- clde should by now be thoroughly understood. lu the election of tho Commissioner for Pulille "Works thoj are cleETly'defined, if the real rocan- ..luij of the contest is grasped. There -.is-only one and' that the ability imfl capibilitr of Ihe reapec- "live candidates as_tp filling the posl- iJon. In this there Ira DO room for doaht as to one o[ the can- clidalea, 01 r. lleech. as placet! agaicat liis; oppoDCD.L He at least may be credited .Trith a grasp of the duties and a sense of the ._.-; senUal for the posii.ion in the ci- X. perlence'pf the same. In his case he comes before Ihe electors for a re- v. of their confidence in him. "In Lho casa-nE Mr. Cameron he ap- i'ijpifiira before Ihe electors [or cutest- priiiclflls wbicb-Is forTlpi to ISe election, in Ihat It ere is a way to.tiring fae''saEie' before Ihe pnb.ic., In v_ .to-being out ol the ?Und he is '-Having is iilofiicaJ to the exlreiue. Ha isTiguratiTfeiy offering himself for the of bis being siren the oppor- of performing the Japanese -..Jorni of su.icid.s-bootro ns bari-Sari, in ihat he'is out to'destroy the posi- tion' io which he aspires.- His. quali- the post have yet lo be only in oVganizing capa city.buL in a Knoivclilse of the tech- nical duties which undoubtedly'go with of Pablic Worts. ;.I'is personal qaalilies are day This Mmo ot lhB streel or In oved, thero Tvould be far less com- plaint in lie Tniy of thesa miEsi nf delayed in delivery. estimable, but this Js no! Ibc.jioinL The essence of election is for fannhouse at Diagley the appointing of a Commissioner of lni Pnblic three rears, no mai- ler what caanges mav or may not be bro-jght about in Ihe Interval. There .is ,no-other issue, ijuwcfer much it '.be sought (o be Injected Is the ?ase therefore of keeping on .lie, straight palb acd Toting for the nlSn who ia suitable an-1 ijualifieO for THE OLD-TIMERS' OANCE AND REUNION Thai old-timers of Iho citjr on EL happy Idea, in keeping ihe last members together In ih'o dance and re-union planned. The city is indebted to its old-timers In many ;E, and, aboie all, ia the fine ei- c they have set in facing dlffi- cullici and trinrapalns -'over them. They have eiperienccrt discomforts and inconveniences, nnknown to the later jteneration, wiiicb tbeir forll- tnda has helped (o overcome. The memories of these should be in. all Ihat they inspire, and in Ibis the riccarrenL assemblies ol these pioneers coant for much. It of Each stuff as old timers ate niado of, la they hive weilhcred anil tided over, that havo made for the building virile nation, and in the perpetua- irjitldn "alnne t alheriogs nave a place. Perennial youth runs in the veins ol these as shown in Ihe dance (bey are abouL (o stage. They. can still foot It merrily, it appears, on tbc hardwood floor, in spite of time and Infirmities time brings with it.; There is Etill the Joy ot life in them'and the infection Is catching. Times the yonng idea has fashions of its own. GoDC-.are the old-time dances, giving place to ihe giddy fos trot and the elnsivetl one-step. Cut with the old- time deuces ive sha.ll be going back to happy, days when Mr. Pick- wick took the the hall of the and plr- ted along It to the Inapiralion of old quadrilles. There Is life m tie old yet, and tbe old for he matter "of that. The oM-tlmera' lance proclaims it, and tha spirit Is roclb, noting. be offered aa to the noed fcr lion In these and for hear- ing suggestions as to the nature which such legislations should take. Two addiilQDal members of the school staff have mumps which makes eight of tho Public school teachers of Fcrnlo in. quarantine at the present lime. An Attempt was made to find substitutes this and three of tho High School girls .ToluDtecrod, but when Mocday momtag arrived, one of ihe substitutes had the mumps ED ihat only two were available. The competition, for tho logmen cup Is taking place at (ho Curling rink hli week. Annual Poultry Show The annual poultry show for'dis- trict British Columbia Is beiug hold in on Wcdneaday, day and Friday ot this wee are over four hundred birds on exhi- bition and twcnty-fiTO entries of rab- Lits, ducks, etc. Severn! sales have taken place and It is reported that Mr. A. B. Tritea has' purchased the best, pen of black orpin glens slid part- ridge wyandolles. the winner of the novice cup last year and who was expected to carry it aealu bad the mis fur- tuna to lose sixteen of his best birds this year. He had washed them ready for exhibition and left them In a warm roorp over nlghl, .but found iu the morning tbat a dcfecliTC store- hart asphjilated -all but two ot TKAYERS PEOPLE NOW HAVE A SOCIAL CLUB (V'row Oar Own Dec. weeS o[ fine weather wus very welcome. 1 V. J. McCann troke (idesu acres. It ivas Iho beat chauco lor broaklng iu two rears. PIsuiv o! moisture at list. A number ot horfcs bate been WU- ed on tbe railroad IracS (hi pail i ffloclli. This meau.s u great loss to iBome. as Ihcy haa to IUJB Ihoir work lliorMa out oa nccoutu ol shortago or Ifeed. Ths Kople ol Travws havo [ormed a soclaj cluu and meet cvorv two in tha Paulson hall The first meetlag was lield last WcdnosJaj- hi. Ceird ployju? aud dunclug was f njorfd a jollj erowil, :md tbe best 61 all was llio fine supper served by the Travers ladles. The urti deto !j Dec. loth. Country ladies aro asked lo brlflj eako 'or sandwiches.- boOr welcomp.- ilrs. Baughman lias returneJ lo Woshlncton allsr a rtev days' visit Kiln her mnih.er.. iifs. HolSou. Mrs. frricK'son received a telegraon Ihat her SQII, Oscar, was sick wllb typhoid Jn a hospital In Saskatche- wan. We hope he is aule lo be around SI nlCKED UP IN r rOKTBI IN II Al IAN A MiUhcll. collector ot custotiiE 111 llnUrUl IIUUUL -I llalirai, Ui3 reilgnco. again. Hermau Ulrlcli made a business T, Thurs- There trip to Calgary last week- Mrs. Albert Jones', brother arrived on Tuesday's Irqio. Mrs. Martin FoggarLy's mother and "Rlber ore here on n'vlill to the Fog. garly ranch. Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Murphy made a trip to the 'Hat last week. A number of young people attend- ed tho Enchant dance. Mrs. Will Sherridan left for "Wash- Infcton'lo visit' her son. Wo arc sorry "Lo hear that Mr. Wei- .on Is very ill with pueumonla and we hope ho will soon recover. (From Oyr Own BELLEVUE, Dec. Jack BrooiS, who attended lie Oi.U. meeting at Calgary the first part ot the relumed home OB Thursday. The one-year-old Several of tbe entries will be taken Lo Letbbridgo on Monday evening to the poultry, show. Arrangements are being made to enter theni od Tuesday morning as Ihe C.RiU cannot Lake them on'Sunday, evening. This is the third year that the poul- try show has been held in Fernle. It is attracting more Interest each year and It is hoped that it will be held here again next winter. 'Ai. compared to the office Com- miislo'ner ot- Public Works, Ihe Elec- tion of the school trustees may tx considered a little perplelir.s; but erpn here there should be no great room for doubt In n-sasora in- .rliriduals bare sized up Lho various 'caBdldites." U -Is a case 'of Ule Thc'mac who .tried to sell K barrel of V'olci only contained two quarts ol .Ihe real fluff for evl- dentiy belleyed in watered stpct- or has 'not only a ixilicy Ihat appeals, liui is able lo krinf lie eamo io practical er.'cct by "iiraietlcjil mean: In the inlercdla ol (tie aod the coramButly. Capacity for' udmlnlslnlkin, with a due relalloa economy and efficiency, should bo i )ooked to in the candidates selected Ia -this coonccllou it would be wel in nilnd that al Ihe [.resent Ihere Is: ti5 ot J260.000 "irtjcri has been paid by the city lo .School IJoard ctnd which lia's no collected, .being In what la as arrears of laics. Accord gorernmtnl. rcgulatlonE, lh> Board csllrnale.t Hare lo 1) by tne city, less the govern graat, and II Is for Ihe cily (o ,.r-_-cl tke laics to the same j.nip.lwt aloM for Ehrcwd ant tatalstratkm on the part Board. BIG DEMAND FOR FEED AT WINNIFRED (From Oor Own ComooadeBt) WINNIFRED, Dec! Nelson Spencer ol Medicine Hat spoie to tie U.P-A. farmer's regarding feed snd seed on feed Is domanil.-mjthis.-dlsldct: The'Eafllcs1. Aid .irill meeb at the nome ot" Mrs.' R. G. Thursday, Dec. ll.th. Jim. Will Campbell is lu entertain, the aid. Mr. 31. .1. Collins relumed Irobn SI. Paul, Minn. Monday. Jtru. P.timpnd' o[ VinJeni is visiting at the home oC her dau'ghlcr. Mrs. It. O. .McKee. Winpifred 13 enjoying a couple ot Uaya of nice weather again. Dec. 3rd and llh. Mra. A. N- ledicine vfeek. Jlrs." Teddy Winchcombe his as hef ucsts, Mr. and JIr3. West of Elzi- oni. Mr. Kd. Uik-r returned'tram Jiedl- ine Hat hospital looking fine and ucu improved. Jlr. and Mr-. Howard Filetl relum- ed lo Czlgarj-. last Saturday. Jlrs. Turner was glveu a pleasant nrprise party Dsc. 1th, by u large lumber of friends. Everybody enjoy- d tbcmEelves exceedingly. M. H. Smith of the Globe Elore Is able lo sit np this week after a sick pell of longililis. Mr. 1. C. rYeeman was a business :aller In Medicine Hat Saturday, rhere he Tvenl ia the Infcrest of ths J.KA. The essence ot Cbristmu cheer is lo brlai cheer to'others. The Herald Christmas cheer fmd famishes the medlam. The'mark.on the'ballots on Mon- should marlt'a real Interest In the welfare, of tho. city "and "tbe schools. This Is all that a conscientious elector Is called OD to do. mecCngs do not appear to be aitracllro to the majority of the people. o( lo Judza.by the ol (be andtenecs that 'attend Ihem. evidently It' vfants a King to stir up Intcrejl. The application of the Lever Law In the Unlter States It aald to have brought down prices from two lo Ihlrly-two per cent. This ia Iho re verse result In the application ot (h icrer, aa a, mlo prizes up things. Roiohery has said tlmt the Uovemment during Ihe .war so abrldg ei) the rights of Indlvldnals that num berleia departments have come to ccnclnslon that Uine no longer eriej His hMf grounds for TC iurku, seeing the farm ho hud g'ren tire 'Mhilstry of Monlilons for for Mcttoo Ike Uorernmenl In Ike WIM Jt wu Ueir property. of Ormi BrtWi o BLAlRMOnB, Alta., Dec. frand maEquerRdc'ball put on In tho Opera house on'- .WedoosdHy evening by the Crow's Nest Pass War Vete- rans proved to be.one of tho greatest successes of Ihe year. Splendid cos- tumes were worn and a inrge crowd attended. The prizes awarded weri HE fol lows: Dest dressed genl, Mr. J. H. Gresham, as Lord Nelson; belt dress- ed Miss J. C.'Shead as an Inoinn gent's comic, Pete McEwen as Uncle Sam; best ladles' comic, Mlsi Lillian Evans aa a Old Ijdy. The money raised'by this means by the Veterans Is lo.be need for tho're- llef of war widows' In this district: Shortage of servant girls in SI. Paul IE EO great that wives of wealthy Ken agreed lo allow them lo use their autos "once or a, week. Sickness Cure or Sickness Prevention When Pasteur proved the rclsLran of (terms loin- feclEous distait, he rnirkcd 2 bie advance in that fleKloprnen! of mtdical science rcicns to- day [he Idea o( Kilnui Prmniicn. Asa. result, jiiipics and epidemics !bal were the hane of former afcs no longer terrify ilie world, snd Jcicr.celiis developed an effective afcnt apiitst 'the conoliron ivhich is the first cause of over of all human cffecllrt 7genl h Nujol, Nojo! by nljcvirg conil'pjiJon ,-flC jbwrblion faMm which ouitmist would lie lalcn ir.l.j ihe blood red io under- mine, tlic uhole ryittm.. njcdjeJ ,ertt that .oil, clc., anJ vrtahen lilt srilcm. But Nlfjol il entirely difTirtnt. N.jol frnnt, coniiiraiian hy u nd Ktaungmg the iT-.KsUnil muK Nojol htln tinior, .a l norlc.. your clni ih: food wml, u d ett- i Warning: ToT Constipation ounlly." Thtraupon the Socl.lisls rose. CH BRUW PARIS, Dec. Empress E life no Is once moro vlEiLine Porlt, travelling as usual, uncle, tha name of-Counter do Plerrcfonus. After consulting a specialist as to her eyes, phe will go to her villa at Cape Mar- tin for tho winter. Tho former empress' sight la slight- ly nffccted. Thc windows of her apartments look out on tho Tulllcrles gardoas, the site of her palace, where sho played such brilliant role And from which she escaped nearly 50 years when the eniplra fell. Mount lloyal College. Calstrr. hai appointed Junior ot the Doiululou by tbtf civil service Muss Mad, prluclpjl ot tM Douhhobor schuola at B.C., reports lint ibo Doukhoboi'S ira starling to SCILI) ilttlo fitrlu to scbool. I'rcvlduijly ouly boyn were allowed lo attend. Another well-known old-timer of Kootoituys has rasswl awnj- In the. ptr- son of Jobu Quarrlcr, who for over years Lad been u reiMcat oE tho Kootcimy lloumlnry district, vho died a.fcr.- unyg ugo In Ceo. LnuGlBy laid In the kati-hcwHU legislature lUat the fov- ernment uad determined that the Hen- uonlles "vrould either hare to tfeMl thoir children to fur ecliooU or elsf find another country In which to UTO." Dr. Klcbardiou, who his been proiutneiit la Winnipeg an a cull- drcu's specialist, died of pnouiaonla. lie was 40 ycnrs old. Dr. was born hi Leeds county, Ontario, In IRTP, son of William HtchnrdEon, county clerk or aud Grcuvliiw couullea. Work has been started on a match factory at Uerthicr, Quebec, wlicrc two million dollars will be ;uenL on building the plant for a fie- ory that will, BTenluaUy, employ orer one thousand hands. Thg pro- no tens aro -Amrrlcan capitalists, who havo chosen Quebec for their aile, cblcfly because of labor in Quebec province, which, according o economlste, are more Btabje uai] ;dcure tuan etsowhere. vu seized. It Is now believed .that one of (be largest schemes baa been brokeQ up. .The seizures came M u result of the determination of the National railvayi lo atop liquor shlp- menti to Ibis clly.: Most of the EblpmeDls have come in rilflfulBed BJ "ETerlasting Hooting MHterlal" In large metal drums. The earlier In tbe trial. He said, however, hop has betn cut away and the liquor he woild Uve considered this order pBCUed in a inside in lawdust and plaster of Paris. The portion ot (h drum cut away 1.9 then welded nnti cuL H is believed trial (his.scheme of iblpment has betn-responztble for a Uree shire Ot the local liquor traf- fic. IQ the seltufi on Monday, 1.231 bo were entirely Jadtlfled, uid all-jded to hVcrilLcal GltoAtlon IB Berlin at Uut Capt. Kesscl tevllfied thai Gen. lelnhardt told him Uut, In his opln- on, the entire marine division should >e a hot. CapL Kessel admitted tliat ic instructed Lieut. Wehlajer to or- der Lieut. Mnrlop Ib act mlblesRly, even If It coit tbe lives of HU men. [n passing on this rerbal order to Mar- lop, Lieut, Wehlayw testified, the for- mer replied: "SHoo; 150 men? Yo'u are mad." The Kiwanle Cliib, or Brandon, is ;oing to bniM a children's home cost Ing In Ihe neighborhood ol TOOA DETERMINED TO RESIGN. PREMIERSHIP MADfllb, Dec. Toca will, jiceordlnB call on Klac Alfonso before Sun flay aiid vj- alst upon Bubmlltlng Iho resignation of the cabinet. motive, U Is said, will be die ECUS ion between Ihe mlu isLen orer (be mditary quesliou. Records For All Machines No matter vhat you hats, so long as you use a ateel or fibre needle, the Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A Bid CATALOGUE FREE It you haven't a machine, buy a' Mason ft Risch from us. Easy' payments It de.slred. falm.nl HMk of T TT T f t- C CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN AUGUSTIN'S AND CYPRIAN'S AMALOAHATEO Services will bfl herd at EL Cyprian's .Church from, tbfs Sunday on.. Matin; and. Holy o'clock serrfce. Evensong, 7.30. Sunday School at 3 y.in. Communion -11 ST. MAHY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETH1RIDGE Corner 6th Ave. and 1tth St. C. Nortli Rev. C, Ripper 017 A, Ncrth Matins, 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m..... School, i p.m.; In church! Adnlt Blulc Class, 3 p.m. in Pari-'j Mil., ho Brownies rn'eel al Iho at Tuesday. THE UH1TEO CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDOE Rev. E. J. HtdBTni, B.A., Pastor 1271 5th M. Phone T651 ChoTr Ltudtr, Mra, F. Jackion. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m., lioys' Depl. of tho Sunday School In tho Hall. 11 a.m. Morning Ssrvlcc. Topic: "Ths Wsrtd'.i Call (nr 2 b'clocX, Beginners and Primary An- parlmenlfl of tbo Sunday School In the Hall. 1 o'cloclf, Girls' Bepl. ot tho Snoda? School in the Church, 3.15, Adult Depl. of Iho 3. S. In Iho Chorch. T.li: Sonf Sen-lcc. 7.30 Bvenlnn SSrvIca. Tonic: "How Hl9h Do You WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. A'.'f. and 11th St. S. Rev. Chii.'E. B.D, Pajlor Mr. Claude Hughn. L.A.B., Choir JUMter' li a.m, Morning Subject: "Workera Also brlel talk to boys and elrli. 7.30 p.m. Evening Service. The choir will 'render tbo' sacred cantata, "The Mfraclo ol Chrltt." In addition there will be quartoiles, trios, solps.- Tfllg-.vrill be musical treat. Hear It. PENTtCOSTAL HOME AND FOREION MISSION 205.13th.Strtti North Sunday Serrteei: Moraine, II o'clock; Brrurne, 7.45. Ernnjellst H. McAllsttf, ot Edmonton, will conflict ferrlcei DiornlnE and eveolnj. Tuesday and Thursday at E o'clock. Everybody YYelcema .ASSOCIATED ilBLE STUDENTS Deminlon 61 h Street 9. Huoilaya, p.m.: Jllble Sludy. Hur.dtyt, p.m.: Illblo Study. p.m.: Dlblo .Study, followed by prafet, aud let- tlniony ULCllng. Ail Welcorr.t. No Colltclior. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtla, Patter Cw. trt Ax. tth St. Sckool, 10.M. int. Subject: "True 0. M. ai MlM Tracb, leader and Dr. wfll fire U mlavte talk OB flOLlirafc 7.M: li rini ot a of M Prmfcicy. Ctxti and we wll you at heme. CHRISTIAN MEN'S 'LEAGUE (UNPtKOMINATIONAL) V.M.C.A. Sunday al 3 p.m. SpcoVor; Mr. A. Jf. Mclxod. Subject: "Do We PratllM Our Relig- ion In Our tvtryity Holn'at: Jflna Kac .Wilson, of tho Con- servatory of Music. Open pfocuwlon. La-diet InvlleJ. NOTICE MlnlnLCTS arc rernfndca Ihitt chircli Mllcss ihoiM be hand- ed In before sit o'clock Friday 'r InMrltOB. in tott 16 early Sal- to 4 KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4th An. and Sth Street S. A. K. uencon, Minister. C, P. Laytsn, cr.fllr leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Clisi. II a.m.: Serrlce. 12.15. Big SIMera. 2 p.m.: Brothera. P.H.: Chlnen Claai. 7.M p.ra, Evening Serrlce. pastor will preach at both set- r FIRST 1APTIST CHURCH Third Ave. and Nlrrth St. Rev. F. W. B.A, fttitr Mr, W, E.'Mnrtln, MM. Me, Mraetar of Chair. Berries- at 11 a.m. Bunted! "A to Chrlttlan Pcvpta." Sanday School and Bible Clan at 12.15. i Rrenlng Service at 7.15: Xrvlw, dome and ilng the thtt the heart. i Al 7.30 negular Snbjert: "The IU and and Everjbudy WaleorrKl SALVATION; Adjutint ind Mra, Jthntttnc, C.O.' Hpeclal Salrnllon Army terricet Mil. be conducted all dfty tomorrow by Adjutant and Mrs, Jotmtone. An- nonnctmenl of the at the Yonnf People'! confemee to bo held In Ms clly. In NorerabCT, will be made by the Adjutant. alining and Jry Ue bard.1 Evtrybwfy WefMnw CHRISTIAN SCIENCt. CHRISTIAN' SCIIPKC Ttk Subject: "Qod, the Only Ciuw and i Rnnitay School it clou of Sunday raornloi tan at I rudlnf nmn W ttttr twliyt aid total turn 3 to E p.m. where Blbto lad aotkor- Cbrfatlaa rlfl FMn. nflWBWM of ptiillc h At mil Ike Mat ;