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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I'ODH DAILY HBRALD SATURDAY, JAN t All V iJ, 1W1 THE SPIRIT OF CHARITY Preprlitors .inr! LttTHBHlCGIi rltiKnl.O PfUMTINC COMPANY. LIMITED ttrtct South, Lethlirlctflr, Alhtrti W. A. liUCHAN'AN ...id M.-u.ani'ic niroetw >MN' TOKIIANl'K udit Hureu-.i Ctri Rites: Dully, by Eii.'y, -by frtily i liy mi.il. Z Weekly, by ni.ill, r.iul. .pur year mtmtna onth" r r yi-.ir lo c.s THE ILLNESS Or PREMIER STEWART Tile nr.biic in ivili bo lo hear that Premier is on the way to recovery nffcr a perinu? by hoped that he will soon be fit and to lake h'if: place at the postpon- ed opening of the Legislature. Willi the imiioitunt policy of irrigation, it affects POUUICIT. Alberta, it is only right that the' House should await the Premier's recovery, as his duties of First Minister of the Province There is charity. There is the spirit charity. The one, ;is it is well said, covers a multitude of bins. The other can truly be said to suffer long, and is kind. Charity as it is sometimes interpreted has lost its lofty meaning. I The spirit of charity never can. Charity, in the virtue it has, is identified with the spirit of charity. The mere giving to good objects, or for purposes of charity, does riot constitute the true conception of charity .1 there is with it the spirit of giving. This is what is "known as the spirit of charity, comprised in the word What the world needs more of is the charitable spirit. The charitable spirit is the spirit of sufferance inspired by kindness. It carries with it the necessity of being toler- ant. To si-hool oneself to be tolerant.is not an easy thing. To take a charitable view of the opinions of others is difficult. But the practice of all virtues is no easy task. Before condemning the views of others in matters in'which we do not see eye to eye with them, it would be a charitable thing to put ourselves in their place once in a while. This will give us a better understanding of the position they take in the views they hold. By so doing it will help us to take the charitable outlook. This applies can; to those things in which methods-may .differ but in which lumny be relegated to another. TO the i each one is seeking his good in s. different light to what the irrigaiion policy the premier i, fym-j Other sees it. In matters of religion where all are of.the pathetic, and much can be looked to Qne m of one Founder, there is "u t of .u, a great call for the charitable spirit. crown are through' iii-j The spirit of charity is the sympathetic spirit. It is nesses that v.-c realise the work they j the spirit which attracts and does not repel. Many of the go through, v.-nk'h tends to cause j movements designed for the benefit and progress of humanity rely on their success on the inspiration behind the spirit in which they are conducted. The ___.......____....._ flrst object is to endeavor to draw sympathy to such move- is particular office he has j meiits, particularly from those whom they are intended to praiseworthy industry, benefit. The creation of sentiment in their favor is an invaluable aid towards effecting those ultimate beneficial results which are aimed at. The spirit of attracting, and .....______.....___r_. not alienating, is one that should prevail. This-demands :an'y or this part of it. win wish that charitable attitude which goes with charity, the great- est of all virtues. The Christian, spirit, in the essence and of that spirit, needs to be a tolerant spirit. It is, the spirit which in all it hopes to accomplish needs to be the spirit of pity. That was the spirit of the Master, and it needs to exemplified a great deal more than it is in the modern day. We may have a faith in what we hold to. We may have a hope that what we aim at will be accomplished. But these, as it has been laid down, will be nothing worth while without the greatest of the three, the spirit of char- ity behind them. RAYMOND U.F. A. 1GANIZEFOR Arthur President Wheat Pool is Kn- dorsed Tke to cause them to succumb to comes saW In the cuss of the present lid. In his ahown whore his presence was needed ho never failed to make it his duty to lie. The people of the Province, and pur- the rremiH- a speedy recovery, and be ghul '.o see him takfl hiu place in the Legislature, when it opens, re- slored to his former usefulness. THE LIBRARY ASSURED What should be wcl.unu news Is enty. It used to he "sweet but it appears to be case of "sev- enty sweet." "Watch your step." should be the slogan in regard to the slippery state of street and sidewalk. the fact that a. public library is now assured the city.-in the willingness of the Carnegie Corporation to come to Us assistance in monetary way. Lett bridge is on its way to have what many of its citizens have wished for, fpr a long time. To the Mayor much credit is due in hia parseveraace in getting tho idea of a library to materialize in tht: prac- tical of the Carnegie Cor- poration he has been .the means of getting, so bringing about the ad- vancement so far made in the pro- ject of the institution, lie. took up tbo reins whcra they Imd been dropped, and has very slciliulJy hand- Soil them iii in trod IK Ing the library into the phase of politics. 3n this "h-i1 has that he has sensed thn yseii.j oi' t'ue rnmimmHy. That the library, when is built sr.d equipped, prnvy uf value and tv-ill be appreciated ly the citizens all The appointment of Lord Heading large there can be no doubt. This ialtu the Governor-Generalship of India made certain hy patronage the! Is considered a unique one, in that he present one .has Ruined, Intelligent is the first Jew and tho first Lord reading is a cultivated taste and Chief Justice to be appointed to that calls for evLi-y encouragement. The position. He-.ia a familiar figure in eurest way of affording this is a suit-' Jewry and to .juries. In the appoint- able builfling designed according 10 ment it is clear that Crest Britain, modern requirements and equipped i" choosing men to great positions, with all the material that is helpful MS influenced by the sterling work of to thoughtful reading. This tha lib-' such men and not by their particular rary to be will without doubt furnish.' family tree. Not only from an adult point of I Speaking of her reception In the States, Mrs. Muriel Mac- SwTaey. widow of the late Terence MttcSwiney said "I had a wonderful welcome in the United States. People thronged to kiss the ueni of my skirt.'1 Ahem! Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTioNi 1. Who was the flrst in England to use caunon? '2. What wag the Ironclad Oath? 3. What and where- is the Jerusa- lem Chamber? 4. What waa the origin of Kaffir? 6. By. whom wag the order oE the Legion of Honor fouijiled? 6.- What is the meaning ot "mav- Tiew but as a co-adjutor to the schools the city, and particularly to the High School, the library will pruvu of Inestimable value. Beyond the op- portunities for general reading it .will furnish, there will be much to: be gained in the huolfs of reference vhiclv will be ;it hand, anil which is a long felt want in comparatively new cities when1 ;i well equipped home library morj the exception the rule. Not only to the city but to the district the new I'brary, when in being, will prove a boon, and in this reupt.M.'t both city and district will feel thankful that plans for its erection have nmd-3 tin1 material pro- gress they have so far done. The farmers of Manitoba are now FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. "What is known aa the "Fleshly 2. What was the real' name of George Eliot? What waa the Golden Houie? 4. What is the origin oE regatta? 5. Of what authoress was "Currer Bell" the pen name? 6. What does the Irish expression "selling the pasa" mean? ANSWERS 1. A class of. "realistic" British pootB, such as Swinburne, Rossetti, Morris, etc. '2. Maria u Evans, afterwards Mrs. Lewes. A palace erected by Nero, in Home. It was roofed with golden Thti policy of France in regard tu reconstruction appeara Iu 1m tho construction of Cabinets. joining in the request that the natural j t and the which resources be turned over to the prairio profusely gilt, were embelliihed with mother-of-pearl and precious atones; the ceilings were inlaid with ivory and gold. 1 'i. It the name, applied to the contests of tho gondoliers at Venice. 5. Ctfarlotte Bronte, the authoress ot" "Jane Eyre." fi. It is a phrase Applied to those who give King's evidence or peach their comrades for'money. provinces. They have the wise esti- mation of what this will mean to the farming community in particular. Kvcry day proves that the policy the return of the natural resources is n sentiment in the and hag no connection whatever with anything in the way oi' politics. The remedy for strikes in Soviet Russia is fivo years 'imprisonment of the strikers. It is not so very long ago that wo were accustomed to hear Labor leaders extol the bene- fits Soviets. Time has an ugly way MONTREAL UNEMPLOYED IN MENACING MOOD, SAYS COMMITTEE MEMBER Jan. inter- viewed this morning Bernard Hose, of of bringing truths homi: and the ex- tho citizens' unemployment commit- porience ot Soviet serve, to show- the hollow sham ot this system do it well, a very serious break may of government. occur in the crowded ranks uf the t city's unemployed, who are, lie said, British Columbia should fumisii HE "Had says Sir Hugh Allen.: Vfiry lmfi.t: interesting experience of what Prindpa, of tho Royal College or SET.', eminent control ot the liquor traffic j Music, London, Eng., "la far worse whose duty it is to assist tho unom- Will mean. than tha measles." It certainly con- Ployed ami to immediate aid to tributes to worse eruptions when are now actually starvlne. Sir Kobert .Home, President n[ the] cantoned by the strumming of REDUCTION WILL British Board of Trade, has the right piano or the playing ot the cornot by j NOT BE RECONSIDERED vision when be proclaims tho nplrlt of individual who may happen to Im calculated constructive optimism to I next floor. meet the world's existing j _______ Those who have been in the lutbit of saying that news from Russia in and financial depression. SYDNEY. X. S.. Jan. H.-The aii- noum-ement of a ol' seven- teen per.cent, in wages or tho em- ployees of the Iron and Steel company effective on .Tanuary 17, will not be considered. E. P. In urging the policy o( reforests, regard to riolshovirt rule is colored Merrill, general manager of the com- cannot refuse to believe what Mrs. [pany. told a doleBitlon of employees Philip Knowden has to say, In the who, Wm t.oday. Cost of production, ho added, must come pronounced socialist views she is but he vmlng io aiaaam lilted with having. She went to Itus- sla with the Intent Ion, if It was pos- j slble, ot blessing, but returned to A young girl In Clinton, Mo., was curse Bolshevism, from the first hand tion. Premier Drury of Ontario has the practical vision of the importance 'W the forests of the Dominion us one of Its great natural resources. His foipel should spreiid. j means reducing the cost of living ainoiiK thfc employees of the plant. i' jealous sweetheart of sev- information she gained. A KaLuuMioo woiuau niiing for divorce because her husband makci her get uy ana ittitt the (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Jan. l3.--Tno Itaymcau U. F. A. held their annual meeting for the election of omeers Jan. 13th. Pres. Myron was in the chnir. Soe- retary D. E. Wuoley read tho report and the auditor's statement. Both were approved by members pres- ent. :i number of nomina- tions for all vacancies but the result of the election was as follows: i'rosident, Arthur Dahl; vlce-preii- dent, Wm. Hudd; auditor, J.- W.-ET- ans; secretary-treasurer, D. B. Wool- ey; board ot directors, T. O. King, E. A. Kawns, Myron Holmet, J. P. An- dersoi and f. B. Roitsoa. The following delegates were ap- pointed to' tha provincial U. r. A. convention at Edmonton: Pres. A. Dahl. J. U. Altred, Wte. Redd. T. O. Xlof and J. r. Aadorsoa as alternate. proposed Wheat board was dis- cussed by A. Dahl, who outlined brief- ly the plan for the pool, also what was necessary for the success of the pool and the effect it would have on marketing conditions. He favored pool because it woald stabilize the market and Improve conditions for farmers. A-motion in favor of the proposed pool was unanimously carried. H. S. Allen-suggested that the U. F.A. of Raymond should make use of the talent at the A. C. college, alu UBS our local boys who wer4 gradu- ates of'Agricultural college to Improve methods of farming. Social A farewell party was given Clifford Dahl and Melvin King in the Second Ward meeting house Jan. 13th. They leave for the south Friday morning en route for their respective mission fields. Mr. King goes to "England and Mr. C. Dahl to eastern Canada in the interest ot the L. D. S. church. A delightful haute party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin King in their cosy home 'on First street east last Saturday. Thirty, guests enjoyed their hospitality. After the delicious luncheon had been served they foted Mrs. King the gold medal for her sal- ad, ica cream and home-made candy. Mr. King leaves for England on the 14th of this month. Frank 'Steele of Lethbridge.. was a suest at tue home of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Snow on .Friday last. He was here for the A. C. opening. Dr. Wray of Lethbridge, waa in Raymond yesterday on professional duty. Dr. A. C. Greenawuy is homo from the hospital. His hand la still band- aged up but gives him little pain. Mrs. Chas. 'McCarty, Jr., who under- went an operation in the Gait hospi- tal last week is reported as getting along nicely. Minsx Cecil Harris of Raymond is her nurse. (From our Own Correipondent) MAQLEOD, Jan. 14. Tie 31st birthday partv of Mountain View Lodge No. t. I.O.O.F.., held Wcdnaa- day, Jan. 12th, was one of the largest and most successful ever held in Macieod. There were oxer two hun- dred and sixty present.' The lodge room was beautifully de- corated in the colors of the lodge and flags of all nations. The moonlight effect, shining tiirough 'a largo Un- ion Jack, was especially effective. At 8.30 the gueats started playing progressive whist.-: There were 27 tables for cards. The prizes were won by Mrs. J. Morrison and Bro. J. II. 'Sutherland and Mrs. H. Little and Bro. R. Johnson. At 111.15 the guests the par- ish hall where the banquet was set. The tables were very prettily arrang- ed and decorated with cut flowers. The ladies of the Rebekah Lodge cer- tainly excelled themselves'in the mas- terly way in which everything was arranged. Brn. T. Flemming, who was chairman of the catering com- mittee, rect-ivfMl Iho plaudits of every- one at ilie banquet, and his untiring energy was responsible for one of the linest banquets ever held In Macleoil. The banquet consisted of chicken, ham, tongue, salads, all kinds of pas- try and cakes, and finished with ico cream in which the three links were displayed. Tlin birthday cake with Us 111 candles was presented to tho lodge by P. Russell and Mrs. Rus- sell. At eleven o'clock dancing commenc- ed. TlK1 music was furnished by FJro. R. Smilii, Mrs. Smith and liro. Russell. Tim dancing lasted till 2 o'clock. J'Jvemme. expressed tliem- selvea as liiKlily delighted with the evening's I'liloitalnmunt and congra- tulated Mountain View Lodge No. 4 on their great success. One of tho most Bleating parts ot the banquet was tA speech of Past Grand Master K. F. Brown, toastmas- ter, In which he outlined the begin- ning, and Ihe continued progress ami activity of the lodge for thirty-one years. llro. Ellin and I'.O., both of Unity I.odgn No. 23, Ciranum, Alta., responded, In very efficient man- ner, for the outside lodge visitors. Bras. Cui-ran Oritr. C. W. McKlMOB Heads Dominion Commer- cial Travelers Association Mr. J. SI. S. Carroll, new president of the Dominion Commercial Travel- ira Association. and .1. HicXs also made very excel- lent speeches. Past Grand Master Brown was a charter member of Mountain View Lodge No. 4, and hu been one of the most faithful and acttn members of the lodge. Great in due the VAriow com- mittees for their energy and deration to the lodge. Committees: T. Flaming. E. F.' Brown. Shield, P.G.; W. Stewart, P.O. L. Pollard, R. W. Smith, H. .H. George. W. Russell, P.G. "CHRONIC KICKERS" WILL BE LISTED BY FRUIT JOBBERS WINNIPEG, .Jan. (Canadian uniform rate for the hand- ing of "commission shicments" waa dgreed upon by tin Western Canadian Truit jobbers' association, in conve.n- :iun bere today. A resolution waft adopted calling for a commission charge of 20 per cent, on all such shipments. In accordance with vho resolution the jobbers will also in tho "nture render a '-tatement days after ihipmente are disposed of. It was decided at this morning's session that "chronic kickers" will >e listed and every member of tho association informed ot their identity, every "kicker" to be soltl cash goods only. The association endorsed tho sug- restion that Wm. Georgeson, Calgary, appointed to the vacancy on the >oard of railway commissioners. TABKR MAN INJURED WHILE HUTTING UP ICE PICKED UP IN PASSING K 0 11 TUB BUSY MA An alarming of hIccoagtU in breaking out (Kroni Our Owu Correspondent) TAllCU, Jan. I'. Malo li nurs- n Up, a pf uccldvnt whllf cranklnc a car. in one of the Fnrd Ktitn, and iiiioU ti) ears, hut la (Tanking u MeUiuchlln Ftvrcil in garate. thn hru'-ii Kli-heil. und the crunk dying off, took Pat iu the oscillatory orifice, and knocked him down. Itlood HoivwJ frotily and Dalldlnr liliiiied In Sndbnry I'at iviiH forced to mal'j a trip to Dr. for .1910 amounted to Hftnimao. who put in stftchet. lio now looki like Donnybrook und lias become u chronic oneniy OL' McUuwhllua. 1 Kx-Conit. King has just I through a surgical operation, a horse 'I'he City of Kdmonton will require having crushed liit right big toe while a bank advance of million he waa racomly In the Mounties. AI to' run the city thin year, viiit made to Dr. lloen, who I There ure over unemploy- ed In the UHltel Htatei at ent. Mm. Smith, M.P.P.. of. Vancouver, will be offered the ipMkerohip ot tho B.C. leglalature. promptly ampuuted part of tho of- fending member. W. Hwjcrman has reiurned from. Olds, where he went recently to look into his Bheep Interests, having about Frank Abberback, u TilUonburg 2500 iu taut locality. Tho Eheoy have j Junk dealer, WM rnmi for seiiing now been placed under with j liquor, farmers in the district, near Olds.! While at Olds, Mr. tlugcrmnn was in-1 I'line, a retired filmier, has formed of the death of Mrs. f. K. been appointed turnkey of the Elgiu Wilson, .wife of u former manager of the bank of 'Hamilton The United Grain Growers have sold out their remaining stock of lumber county jail. Frederick de Lamorandiere, a pio- Killnniey, Munltoullu Island, died, 66. to the.Malo-Mahon Lumber Co, here. While Jerry Godfrey, a KIitaistlB farmer residing in Tiber this W.< H. H. Green. Guelph, has been was assisting Iu loading ice at ths appointed soieUce master of the river yesterday, a .large block of it J high school. slipped, falling on his foot, badly mashing it. Godfrey, however, con-! will raise to pur- tinued at work, through the day, but i chase site for a bor. factory by pub- pains in his leg forced him to lay off. lie BUbnertptlon. He is now confined to bed. anfl blood- i poisoning is .Dr. Hamntan is Chas. Britton and Jos. Carr, Suil- iu charge of the caie. Father and daughter are the two lartnera in tha law firm of Robinson and Roblnaon, of Fayetteville, N. C. bury, sentenced to three years lor robbins the mail. Brbckvillo water rates have been increased 25 per cent.-by tho Public Utilities Commission. New Liskeard will pay the munici- pal councillors at' the rate of for each meeting attondod. U. F. M. MAKE RECOMMEND RE OVERAGE REVENUE BRANDON. Jan. 14. (Canadian of resolutions occupied tha afternoon session of the convention of the United Farmers of Manitoba. The first asked amendment to tke Farm Employment Act. providing for, y Aui fcentl BppoilUea bOvs' testing of all tractors by competent; t ilt the Bronttord y. M. C. engineers at to horsepower developed, j 4 hag rcsizued The executive of the U. F. M. was instructed to take up with the Do- minion government and the board of grain commissioners the matter of overages and to demand that the rev- enue obtained from this source be applied in the manner recommended Kenneth Cole, Timmins. was sent to Jail for six months for soliciting in- surance and not turning in the mousy. Mice anil matches are blamed for a fire which occurred in the Albert atoro, Sudbury. in 'Which a bankrupt tou-n council have purchased nurabar of fine bush sites anil a Bans ot men are employed cut- (18s and flrowood. ed all overages in excess of one-quar- ter of one per cent, and the conven- tion has asked that the revenue be used to reduce inspection President. Brown explained. Appar-. he said, the money was going; into consolidated revenue. j J. D. Hunt, the special cummission- The Sinn Fein organization has er appointed hy the Alberta govern- men under arms in Ireland, it, ment to "investigate proportional rep- is stated authoritatively. This repub- rhscntation for thu province, strong- llcan army represents fivo per cent, ly recommends tho adoption of the of the Irish population. system. ANGLICAN ti. Auguitln'a 'Church, car. 8th and 11th SL Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rettery, 212 8th St. 8. Telephone Communion iu 'Chapel. 10 Bible Class. 11 and Holy Com- munion, 3 School. 7.30 Ushers for Rose- warn, Simpson, and Wilcox. and Study Class, S o'clock, In the chapel. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T. D. Janet, Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jackson 10 Dept. of the Sunday School in the flail. Sunday Morning, 11 "Take Us the Foxes; tho Little Foxes." 2 and Primary imrtments of the Kumlay School in the Hall. 2 Dept. of tho Sunday School in the Church. People's Bible Class in Ing Hall. p.m. Evening Service. Subject: "The Rirth of a Soul." WESLEV METHODIST CHURCH Cor, 4th Ave. and 11th St S, E. B.D. Paator Ernest F. Laytgn, drganist and Choirmaster. 11 Worship. Subject, "Thy Kingdom Come." f departments of the Sun- day school will meet immediately at the close of the morning service. Service. Subject, "The Friendship of Christ." A short organ prelude commencing at 10 minutes past 7 will be featured at the Sunday evening service. The following are the numbers "next Sun- day: "Cantilena in A. Matthews) "Marche Pontlneale" from the Sonata Pontificale (Lemnieiis) "Kcho Bells" H. Brewer) will sing of Thy Po'vcr" "At Even, .Ere the Sun Was Set" Lovely Are Thy Dwel- lings" Mrs. Layton. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th and street i A. H. Deneon, Minlatr- 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath 11 a.m.: Morning service. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: Morning service. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Ave. and 8th St. Joa. J. LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 518 7th Street Sguth John McAlister Kunday, 11 a.m. Devotional Service. Sunday, 3 p.m. Sunday School. .Sunday, 7.30 p.m. Evangelistic Ser- Tuesday. ,s p.m. Regular meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m. Hibln fl.ndv. Friday, 8 p.m. Youuis People's meet- ins. Saturday, 8 Prayer meetlnx ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS .418 6th St. South. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Stmlr. Sundays, p.m.; Bible Study. Wednesdays, p.m.: Bible Study, WIoFoil br praise, prayer and ire. timony SERVICES School. and Lord's Supper. Sermon Lessons 2." Society. on "Cod's New Treaty." (Beginning of series.) Book Tuesday, Fell Stb, for popu- lar lantern lecture, by Pastor, on "Beautiful New Land of Moa." A night of scenes, song, and story. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at S p.m. Reading Room open daily -from 3 to 6 D.O, An Welcome. No CallecHon. All publications of Society may now be obtained locally, including "flnisjjed NOTICE Church noMces should lie huniled in the evoning hoforo day of publication to insure insertion. Corner of 3rd Avenus and 9th Strett Rev. f, W. Dsfoc, Minister Mr. B, Jcnes, Director of Choir, WHAT WB FOB Evangelical Ministry, negenerate Religious Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15. Sunday School in the 5th Ave. N. churclf at, I! p.m. Evening, at choir will give by request the cantata entitled, "The ChriHtmai; King." Come and enjoy the service. SALVATION ARMY We believe all men may.be .saved. Sunday Meetings 11 meeting. 2 People's company claa.s. :i meeting. 7.30 for Souls. Week Night p.m. Monday P. workers in charge. Tuesday practice. Wednesday meeting. Thursday meet- ing. Band in attendance. Friday cadet class. Saturday meeting Adjutant Hardy and Lieiit. Ede commanding officers. BETHANY HALL 206 13th Street North Sunday Masttn'gs Worship and Breaking of Dread 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evangelistic Service at p m liod's Way of Salration Proclaimed. .Everybody welcome, ;