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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FI:B1\UAI\Y 11, tni7- the v.p:thbrii)gk daily herald PAGE SEVEII More New Suits & Coats Skirts and.. Dresses and Waists of Georgette, Crepe-de-Chene, Silk & Voile A particularly atlractlvo show-(iiR iiml. oxcepKonady good var--loty ot choice tor so early In tho aoasoii and in spito of HtendMy atlvnnclHB prices, much cheaper tlian you will hgo olsewhero. "I LOVELY SERGE DRESSES, . Taupo, putty, groen, navy cop-cnhaf^cu and black. qA; aa $20.Q0 to............ %JU..UU HANDSOME SILK DRESSES Ducliusso, pQpJin 'and .cpope ilo chlno. In taupe, green, sand, Copcuihageii, putty, navy and black. Small, medium anil extra liirg� sizes. QC A A $22.o0 to ........... JU.UU TWEED AND COVERT COATS Thb sanio good qualities as we hnvo- always shown. Handsomo now styles, remarkably good vrI- 5!20.0(l to . 35.00 SMART NEW SUITS A nice Variety just to hand by oxpress. Attractive, beeonilng .styles In the most wanted . $35.00 to 42.50 SMALL NEW SKIRTS Novelty bUUh in stripes, and jilfllds. Also novelty wool materials In checks, plaids and stripes and a big variety or plain colors. Special values at .OC A A $10.00 to 6a.uy ALL OVER APRONS AND APRON DRESSES Several new models just to hand in light and medium colorr ed stripes. All perrectly washable. .Special values! , 1 [*A 00c, $1.00 and ......... i.uU CLARKE 8r CO. THE LADIES' STORE 612 THIRD AVE. 6. WON'T INCLUDE Tax Sale Reaolution Amended By Council-Halifax Relief Campnigh At the city council luwetlng this morning the commissioners aninnUed thoir resolution calling for a lux sale of all properties in arrears tor the years ]ai4, 101.5 anji I'JlO, They have (lonldod,; owljik to representations rnado by hiuhy property holders that they could not meet tliti taxes for tlio three years though they would bo able to pay up two .voars' arrepra, that tho sfile will include property in arrears for only 1!>14 and li>lC, but thoy have added a note to the resolution to the effect: "So that, if a reasonable response Is not made in payment of taxes, restraint proceedings will be open to be applied on taxes due after 1915, which Is urgently required by the bond people." It Is pointed out that the city char ter gives the right to restrain for .taxes on the goods and chattels ot the owner of a piooo of land whether they are on the land In arrears or not. The council is reserving this, right uiftll after they see how the tax sale works out. Shamrock Sal* Authority was grunted the Ijadles' Aid of St. Patrick's church to liold u shamrock sale on St. Patrick's Day. It was pointed out by Rev. Father Mc-Caffery and Mrs. DeVeber, who waited on tlia council that it was not Intended to make It a tag day In the usually accepted sense ot the word. Halifax Relief It Is expected � that arrangements will be made shortly for a campaign for funds for Haltfaii relief. The council is taking charge ot the preliminary arrangements. . COULD NOT STOP TDEHEADACHES Until Site Tried "Ffiiit-a-tives" -Ma^e From Fruit Juices lia floBiJiiij St., St. JoUn, N.B. "I I'enl 1 must Icll you of Iho ftttui henant 1 liijve received from your wonderful medicine, 'Frult-a-yves'. I have .been a su/I'erer for many years from I'ioUnt Headaches, and could got no pernument rolicf, � A friend advised me to lake 'I'niit-a-tives' and 1 did so with great success; and now 1 am entirely free of Ileadaclies, thanks to your splendid nioflicine". MRS. ALliXANDER SUAW. fiOe. tt Iiox, 6 for ,$2.50, trial .size VM. At all dealers or .sent on receipt of price, postpaid, by I'Vuit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. GREAT HARDSHIPS SUFFERED IN EAST Snow and Cold Weatlier Unprecedented, Malces Conditions Bad BY THE RED GUARDS Situation In Finland Is Vefy Bad-Holslieviki Spreading Revolution Mr. M. Harris of Taber was a Hun-day viKltor In the 1 liy.    Mr. and Mrs. 11. II, c'litler have returned from a trlj) lu the Slates. � � � Mr. and Mrs. A. i'. iiurshaw returned Saturday fnmi a month's visit to Ontario points.   � Mrs. Slocum Iciv^s Tuesday night for Vanaouver and expects to return !n ten daya with her two i;hlldren.  � * The Duke and Oucheas of IJevonshIre have been In' Toronto attending the annual meeting of tliH t^'anndlau Keil Cross society., .Mrs. Bckslorin and Mrs. A. Canning,are registered st the i-ethbridge. Mr. Canning la expected to join them here lu a day or so. ..  * * Mrs. a. B. MacKa.v left last night for Winnipeg where she will meet Mr. MacKay who is returning from a six .weeks' vlilt In Montreal, � * * * MltR L. .Vlarshull of Calgary, .Miss Bessie Holman and Mr. .Marshall of Taber, were Sunday guests lu the i'l ty. ^Jiifrao K.-irmer.H- are beginning to wonder, now that spring is coming on, whether the embnrgp on wheat to the head ot the. Lakes will .bo lifted. The local division ot the' C.P.U. is,at present moving about 100 cars a week, all of which is going to the interior mills. A year ago thoy were moving nearly 100 cars a day. It is estimated that there are in the neighborhood of ,10,000,000 bVisHels of wheat at least on the division and it would take,100 weeks to niove It at the present rate. Hay and coal are moving freely, however. More alfalfa is being shipped to more points from Southern AI-bertu than, over in tlje history of the south. Farmers are buying alfalfa uiid ttmotliy in large quantities owing id tho very high prices prevailing tor oats. � : Travellers returning from the east and f;om the United States tell great tales of the hardships caused by the show and the hard winter. A. B. Harshaw, chlet dcspatcher, ot the C. P.R. here; who has been In Ontario for the past tour weeks, states that they hnvo already hud ten weeks of real wi\9r, part of the time so cold that one could not go out wUh the face uhoov^ed. - 'He -says that'the fuel dlf-flonlti/js wholly a matter ol transportation, and that while one town may have plenty of coal, towns a few miles awfty will be without coal. Trains are late in all directions, the arrival of a passenger train on tiine in � Toronto being a.mdtter of ancient history., H. H. Cutler returned Saturday from South of the line| during which time lie visited Chicago, Boston, Texas and Oklahoma. In Chlcano he said that on Michigan Ave. Sitter the big storm big limousines were standing covered with snow with only about three Inches of the top showing. It took a couple ot days to dig them out and move them; Street cars were abandoned and the elevated saved the city transportation, situation. Down Texas way even, they have a toot of snow. "Real �aummor up here," was Mr. Cutler's comment on the tine weather. Mr. Ciitler states that t,he people of , the States are conserving food ns if they meant It. All breakfasts are meatless and one thinks of nothing else. DEPRECATES TITLES jCalgalryj � 3*jjb. Ul.--^A,!speoiaV to the NewB-'jelegraniv readsj "St..' Catharines; OntT Kob.-'ri-.-Ur; Gria'ntell de-prepatea nu autqcfacy in � Canadian ile- � � 1 OF Inatant Re)lefl "Papa'a DIapepaIn" End* Your Stomach; Troublaa Forever. ' Wonder what upset your atomaoh- '^vMch portion ot the food did the daoi' �ee-do yoU'; Well, don't bother. It your stomach la dn revolt; it soar, gassy and ilpset, and what you juit ate .liaa ferinentod Into stubborn lumps; head'diziey and acttea; belcli gases and aold an(| oruotate undlgea-ted food; breath toul, tongue coated- Just take a'llttleV Pape'a,.'-DIapopgIn and, in' five aili^utea you wonder what became, ot ^ho Indigestion and dii Iross. ' Mllliona'of men ftnd women today know that Is noec|legs to have a bad �toinaob. A little Dit^pepain oocaalon ally keeps this delicate prgan regu lated and thoy cat their favorite fooda without fear, , It your stomach,doesn't take care of jour IJb^ral. limit without rebellion;' If your'tood la, a damage instead oXa. help, rehx^raber- the quiokeat, ourqat, ino�|t t barmleHaCrelief 'tl� �iiuttoj�ii�|i,r>;.':pA,dV9rtliem9|iW. ,., Stockholm. Feb. 10.-All diplomatic representatives on their way to Pet-rograd have been detained In Stock-lioini because of Instructions to vise no passports tor foreigners. Scandinavian refugees brought to Stockholm by the first Swedish relief expedition, tell harrowing stories of wholesale murder by the Red Guard in Helsingfors and Tammerfors. In the latter city, according to reports Some of them bring, seventy youths were stood against a wall and shot down with machine guns while they wept and pleaded tor mercy. Their bodies were then stripped and mutilated. The Red Guards are reported hunting down students remorselessly and tho total murders in Helsingfors, it Is estimated, will reach Into the liundreds. The situation has got entirely out ot the hands ot the Socialist leaders ot the type ,ot Senator Manner and former Premier Toki,' the accounts Indicate. Persons familiar with Fin land declare they have no doubt the majority of the country's Socialists are fighting on the government's aide. They point out that the district where the AVhite Guards' strength was re-' crulted Is normally _ sclallst strong: hold. The revolt, they contend, could bo quickly suppressed it it were not tor the Russian soldiers and sailors Who aretflghting off the Side of the Reds on orders from the Sinolny Institute In Petrograd. That Lenine, Trotzky, and their aa.--aociates In Petrograd regard the. struggle In Finland as a first step ii^ spreading the Bolsheviki revolution westward. Is indicated by an interview with Premier Lenine piibllshed in the local Bolsheviki organ, tlie Pol-itiken. In this Lenine declared: "We shall soon dispose ot the small states." � Vpon the interview tho, Polltlken comments, thus: w.  * , "What Is going on in Finland is only a rehearsal for the European drima of which the ciirtaih shortly is going up/'.,,,.,. ... ,. , > . FUEL IS Ottawa,,. B'eb. 11-*'"^' conditions again will be,taken up'toinorrow by the reconstruction and daveloyment committee ot the cabinet. While con alderatlpn la being given 19 present problems, the c6mp)lttee is-^devoting attention to'th% wiggle problem of fuel supply rather than, to .exUting difficulties only. Information is. being sought from- various nu^horltl^a with a view to recommending action by the goy ernment later. : The Gait Auxiliary of St. Mary's have decided to hold tlieir social tomorrow (Tuesday) evening li^^he pariah hall, starting at eight o'clock.    � . 1 The art department of the Matheai^ club will meet at tile home of .Mrs. 11. G. Clarke. 422 13th St. south, tomorrow at three o'clock. George Macleod, sou of T. Mac-leod, took his first flight recently at Fort Worth, Texas, aviator training camp. Friends who have heard from lilm report that he Is much enamored with the life.' '' Mrs. Martin McCreary of Cranbrook, slater of Mrs. H. '1'. Brymner, who has been in the Royal Victoria hospital, Montreal! for the past two months, expects to return to her home in Cranbrook in a short time, *   The Y.W.A. of the Baptist cliurali will hold an open meeting and social Ip the church Tuesday night at eight o'cloi:k. All interested are cordially Invited. , � � . . m": . � The many frienii.-; of IJeuf Cyril VIbert will be inlere.sled to know that he hasi, recovered from the effects ot an accident ini.whlch he was thrown from. hli hor�# �(ftvdrRl months" ago, and has returned to France where he Is at present serving with the machine gun comiiany. - .  � At tt meeting of this i.O.D.K. In Torontci plana wei\e formed tor the openlrigi'of a residential club for Can-ad^u nurses. Lady .M Into has offered her home in London for the club and the furnishing and equipment ot it will cost 25,000. Chapters of the l.O.D.E. are asked to donate the equivaleut ot one dollar a member, the sum to be raised by RUbsoripllon or donation. � .� � Since ladles now alt in the Alberta legislature the dBa(;riptiou of coatunieH niay become ii feature of the report of er pronilneht 'Swedish women filiTe joined Iti a petition to have the government permit the shipping of arms for the forces ot General Manlier-helm, the White Guard leader. LEIHBRIDGE BRANCH PftlDOP Selam Lagerott. the author, andCpth-! proceedings of tha^Bupposedly august -----,, , . .1. body. We read In the report o� the o"\jenIng that Mrs. JIcKlnney, the member for Clareaholm'; was garbed in a qiilet deep purple "gown, while Lieut. ^IcAdams, the other lady member. Was costumed in a military uniform.. T^e' men may argue thai partiality njitst not be shown and may be asking that' their eoatiimps should be described. Suffrage and woman politicians day lead to countless tangles In our legislative bodies.- Harry Lauder was speaking on a very,stormy night in a small western toWii lately. There >yere few In tho house,'jSO. he asked'them to gather together liear'the stage. His heart evidently was full of thoughts ot his lost soil and he had to speak ot his trouble., "9or|row affects people in.many ways," he aaid. "Speakiiig tor myself, \ now belong to (Jod and my country, and I am happy." ' "This tr|p of liarry Lauder is for the purpose of raising pnei million dollars for the widows aivd, orphans ot Scotch soldiers^ � ? >;� : � > > : : : ? : : : Lieutenant Koberta CatlieAiK! Mu(s AdaniH, M.l'.P. for AlbcrtB, wns the guest of honor at a spoclnl uieetlnK at tho Women's Pre.s.s iliilj this sf-ternoon, wheii she gnv" a nio.'d inter-osting pllmpSB of conditions overseas, i Sister of Mrs. >V. ,1, llnnna. Allierla'sl woman legislator went ovi;r,' ii> only one way a. woman can entiM' the Canadian army, and that Is as a lieutenant or nursing alsler. Ho I had that rank conferred on me wiien I took the post of dietician ot the Orpington hospital. I became a nursing sinter or lleiitenanl." .4sked it It were u usual thing for women btiieV than nurses to rofeive such rank. Miss Macadams Informed ua one or two women secretaries had also been given rank as lieutenants or nursing sisters. Born In Sarnla,  Miss .MaoAdum.s graduated as a dietltlcian ul Cuelph and took special work at the ITniver-alty of Chicago. When the war broke out she wfaa acting as .supervisor of domestic science of Kdmonton public schools. in theae days when food has become the first question of Importance It would aoem that Alborla could have found no woman more fitted for the war-time aessiona of their legislature than an expert? on food, and one who has seen the needs of lli(^| men overseas. Not only has she studied tllem In Kngllsli hospitals, but juaf before her departure on leave Miss .MacAdama accompanied the party of Canadian women journalists who' visited those in France. Aa one Vlio waa taken as cloae to the firing line aa any British 'woman has yet gone. Miss .MacAdama la, of course, undei; aoerecy as to thing? aeon in the war zone. Ilu( she can say enough lo Impress every woman with the needs for a renewed utmost effort. Miss .MacAdama leaves Toronto tonight en route for the west for the legislature's sessions, lirsl on her list ot important matters alie place,! soldiers' pon'slons and the providlni? of suitable occupations and traiuluK for such. In this connection the land schemes wllf come first, as iVIlss MacAdama through her work/ in tlio west has seen the necessity ot Canada's vast lands receiving the b :.-t type of settlers. Once they are on the land Miss MacAdama btilev(!:! too, that the utmost should be done to keep them lu touch with the outside world.-Toronto Telegram. , *� *  , RL'TLKDGEl-UAVIS.  Orville Humphries Hutledge and Kate Lillian Davis, both from Albion Itldge, Alberta, were married by Mr. Baker at the Haptlat par.sonAge Saturday, Februai'y the ninth. A little of Sunlight goes a long way; every particle is pure; there is nothing to . norm the clothes on impede the rapid progress of the wash. Every coke of Sunlight Soap carries a $5,000 guarantee of purity. ui Sunlight Soap in the Cft^ Churches Knox-The teen age tioys of the coMgrf'gatlon will mUKt In the school room 'I'\ieaday evening at S o'clock. Kegiilnr monthly meeting of the W.M. S. will be held in the school room on Tueaday evening at Sui'olock. Teacher training class will be held in the vestry ThursdHy evening at 8 o'clock. ! Choir practice Friday eveninB at o'clock. United Church - .Monday niglil I'liristlan ISndeavor Misaion Circle Tuesday evening at 7..'iO. Pukin prayer meeting Wednesday evening In Hnlted cliurcli at K o'clock, speaker. Rev. Mr. Ctirtis of the Cbrlathin cbnrcli. W.M.S. meet at 7.30' Wertnea-da.v evening at the churcli. Thursday, Ladiea' Aid meet at 2.110. St. Cyprian's-A aoclal evening will be held In the Conservatory ot .MTisl(! Tuesday night at S o'clock. (Wednoaday morning at 10 o'clock com-mlnatlon and communion service. Evensong at ^ o'clock. Thul-aday at :) 'the Woman's" Au.xillary will meet. Thursday 7.HO p.m. bovs meet at the y,M.C,A, C.S.B.T. Friday evening. Junior boys club at 7.;iO. , Christian Church/- Sunday schopl conference Tueaday at the home ot Mra Farrow. Wedneaduy evening lJu-ion prayer meeting at United church. Choir practice Thuraday evenitig at the church. Red ('roas sewin.g at Red Croas\ rooms on Friday at 2.30. Baptismal service next Sunday morning. Sunday school eiuertalnmeni Saturday evening at the church. Walrb for notice elsewhere in the paper.. , St. Mary's-Tuesday evening teacli-era' meetiuK at 8:?,0, Aah Wednesday, Holy communion' at 7 'iCclock and 10,10. Kvenaong and address at S o'clock.. Thursday evening G.A.. S o'clock, Friday, IntorceHaiou service al -S o'> ? : : : : CANADIANS WERE ON TUSCANIA New York, Feb. 10.-A list ot American soldiers on the Tus-caula who are not yet recorded among the survivors, con-taiuK the name of. Sergeant Oliver {'ottp, of WIedonatadon, Q\iebec, The name of Alexander II. Bush, of Godfrey, Ont.,. > appears among the known res-* : > : � * >  \ � ? :� Some Other Places Were ;|Be-)iind in Allotment For ' Patriotic Plind Says He Spent Whole Sunday On YalyaUon^fAnd Thii ^ I0 tKe Riiult TorontOi Feb, ll.-,-^Tbir(.y;iulUlpi( dollars 'is the 'vaihe placed on the six hundred thbusand ahares of atock of the Q.N.R,;^y -D.aO^' HMni�,i' third vlce-presittent 'of i^^ Oll^tC, '''which thei board ,of, arW^r�iMonyU fiow] y�luinif, The limit of th^ AWArji^vHt^h^the board mm-MQ., cJ^e',ot;hlJ te^ti: mony.t)>lfi. monii^tfrMr.' part year from Sept. 1st. 1817, tlHthe time the provincial libvernmeut started the payments. From Sept. lit to Jan. Slat the Letihbrldge ;branch remitted fl7,S59.22. of which |T,S5�,2]i was for the month ot January, li�th-^| bridge met Its whole allotmmt ot |10,-000 tor Sept. let to Dec. Slat and iqrat one ot the tew polnta .that .did, �o. Calgary la $13,000 behind in ita allotment tor that time, which waa only four times that ot Lethbrl^Ke, white Lethbrldge U vio^ more than ITQOO over. Rocky Mountain in another conBtltuencjr that la overHubscrlbed. isiilisTO DISCUSS NEW RAP Calgary, Feb, 11.-A special to lh'(� News-Telegram from Winnipeg nfeyt: "The western boards oC trade a'ra to meat at Calgary February 30 .to'con-far with W. B. Lanigun, aaalatant tretght trattic auperlutendent* of the 0. P. R. respecting the now freight clasairicatloua, : UOWSLHry-NORRIS. Kltigatpn Whig.-On, Wedueaday, February (ith a pretty wedding -was aol-emnlzed at the home of the bride's slater, when Evelyn Gertrude Norrls was united in marriage to Arthur 'iU. Dowaley of Lethbrldge, son of T. 13. Dowsley, Owen Sound. They left on the noon train tor the west. JUsa Norrls was a- former kindergarten teacher ot I^ethbrldge. Ik m . * USB THB NEW FOODS. Corn meal to save wheat.; Beans and pena to aave meal. Olla and suets to save the fats. Honey and syrup to saVe sugar. Pish to save meat. Don't do like the man who tried lo conserve food when feeding his hens and put in sawdust Instead ot part of the bran. The chickens did not-seem to; notice and went on laying. But when he put thirteen eggs under a hen for setting, to his great aurpriae, there appeared twelve chicks with wooden legs-and the thirteenth was a woodpecker. MOlHEfi! DON'I WE IF IS TtlEY GAVE. THIS RUN-DOW MAN YM. And He Cot Back HU^ Strength and Energy Sheboygan, Wta.-~"I waa all 'fagged out,' run down, no appetite, nervous* sleepless nights and droway during the day. and was not fit to work.' A friend told me to take Vinol. I did so, and can now eat three aquars meala a day. I sleep well, am alert, active, strong and well and have* gained eleven pounds."-A. W, Higby. Sheboygan, Wis. This is'because Vinol containa ths elements needed to create a healthy appetite and restore strength. The cornplete formula is printed on every package. This is your>^protectioiu J. D. HIGINBOTHAM �. C6^ LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge.  � , .Also at the best'drugglat�''"ln,r. all Alberta towns. ' If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean LlttletLlver and Bowels. �  �    RETURNS EXPKCTKO  OF SOLDIERS' VOTE , Ottawa, Feb. 11.-Returns of ' tiiB bveraeas' military and naval vote are expected to reach Ottawa on or, iabqut February 28. The coiintlng bt,the North � American vote is expected to be complete about the same ow-Ura, hia tons, and Thomaa BlBSon are : NORFOLK HERIFir OIAO - .(Ufitlves aa a result of a fight near m�coe, Ont, Feb. lli-r-Dr. Fr�dar-' I^londyke, thirty .mHea.aoutheair'^ot lojc Snider, sheriff of Norfolk coitnty, here, Sunday when' the officers.apiight alpce 1�Q�, died at bla home ber,e ye|'>:t9 arreit Powers' aona aa alleged draft t�^d�y after 'an llineia of am�! dim-i'' eysdf r�, Poaaet 1(^919- -jllv� towns BELIEVE HUNS UP TO SOME T A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to elupty their bowels, which become clogged, up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. � Look at the tongue, mother! If coated, or your child is lla".oai, cross, tev-erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full ot cold or has sore .throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful oi "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because It ^la perfectly harmleBs; and in tt few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of' the bdwuls, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing'' Is ottlmes all that Is necessary, it Should be the first treatment given In Any ajokuesa. Beware of counterfeit'I fig syrups. Ask your druggist for � bpttle.qt "California Syrup of Pigs," which lias full directions for babies^ chlldreii, of- lill ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and s�ie that It is made by the "t^alltornln Fig Syrup Company."-Advertisement Montreal, Feb. il.-A special.cable to the Gazette fro^itoudohsay^: 'Delay In, the mnch-advertlsed German giant bttensive,' considering the highly tavoi'able weather conditions^ is u source of much speculation. The Manchester Guardian, one of the best Intornje'd and .ablest raliltary critics. In dlacuBsIng tlie subject, says: '"It tjie Germans are minded to attack In the orthodox manner, they are already a little late by the weather, though early enough by the calendar. The deliiy means either that the *d. vertlaement ot their ottenalye on the w^at. w^e meant to deceive or else thoy have some devilment In mind which wants clear skies or favorable wind. Anyhow, we have bad pretty long notice , i^ud ahould * be able to make our counter'pr.eparaKous.'," MAKE DRESS VOUR NOW." SUMMER SEE.THE DON'T STINT THE MILK or cream on the breakfast cereal. Especially if It comes tr9m | this dairy. 'Our milk and cream*! are prttcttcally complete fooda' in,themselves. They are the pro-UuoiB ot well fed, well caved tor cattle, handled with the extreni-est care as to purity and cleanliness.  Qrystal Dairy Limited 1576 rid||;e j^.^ Big Mares and * Some in matched teams weighing from WOO to 1700 IhU^'au^f;'' �young and sound ond well broke and-In good shape.!: ,, ^'.^f -,� ,'!f^\^K c " '!'ffb|'rfia�onable offer refused *nd will give' two^y!e*H'^M'?&^t' Alts,/ 3 0066 1799 30 ;