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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 16, 1918 NUMBER 30 Agree that Russian Profi;ram of Peaqe to Prevail With Regard to East BUT HINPENBURG - TO HAVE FULL SAY AS to WEST FRONT >* � � MUST UNLOAD AT ONCE Ottawa, Ji�i..l(J.^As a result ttiDo limit. The food controller > has notified the consignees that tho cars must � be unloaded p^'omptly or the contents will be ordered to bo sold. ? SIOLE $62,000 AT F London, Jan. 16.-No authoritatlvo Information has rsacbed lyondon ou tho result of the podltloal struggle In Berlin but'It Is confirmed ttiat Cban-ellor Von Hertllng'B spoeoii before the main committee of the relchstag has been postponed tor a fbw days. According-to a Router dospatch from Amsterdam ;the crisis continues to rage around' the fixliig of Germany's attitude In the new phase of the Bresf-Litoysk negotiations. ' The correspondent in Berlin '6^tha KoelntscUe Volks Zoftung bellovea ��-that e satisfying compromlae will bo reached and that It will avert any po- I' lltlcal or mUltJiry changes. Paa-rlze for showing how a brilliant' military position may be utterly ruined. Tho nuestion is whether the struggle I.'at Breat-Lljovak wlll.be a victory for Goi'ijiany or for the clover advocato** TrotrJty who fully reveals his Intellectual juperlorlty over the representatives ot tho central powers. Gen. Von Hoffmann alone saved the altuation, but It can only be saved permanently U he is supported from Berlin." ' Count Hovontlow In the Tages Zel-tung admits the strength of the peace movement and says lt_wonld inevitably I ifuin Germany's future. He declares It Is no secret tliat the entire body o( Social Democrats, with a conslder- I. able proportion of the Liberal and -^enitre-parties and a still more considerable part of German ifllplomacy hold the view that the submarlne'war cannot ^acoompUsbv USiAliC and can jouly - deiayp^ace^ 'Aeadds that the ao-^all-ed majority-are exerting every efitort Wanted a Big St>ke to Blame His Siiidde * i Ujjon Camp FHjnston, Kansas, Jan. 15.-An official check of the funda ot the army I tomobile. bank at Camp Funaton showa Captain Lewis Whisler stole 162,826.21, when he. robbed the bank last Friday night, slaying four men with an axe and Injuring a fifth. The 'accounting la final and will be given out at divisional headquarters this afternoon. No trace ot the missing money has been found, so tar a^ can be learned here. It 1b generally understood that the in-vestlgators'have evidence leading thorn to"^believo that the money has been taken away from the camp. A noto found'In Whlsler'a room addressed to a youi^g woman reads: "Don't blame yourself in any way. I simply got tired of living and toought I would become a pirate right. I came very near committing suicide so many times and I hated to do so without staking ll on\somethlng. As for the conaequei^ces, that is nothing but what we are all trained for. Hope you ca^ soon torget nte and realize bow lucky you were to eacapi^ me.". AIIEMPT MADE ON THE LK OF PiiEiEli LENINE Was Shot at By Socialist Many Arrests Have Been Made germany Impatient at delay in the peace negotiation^ Pctrograd, .Tap. lo.~An automobile carrying Nikolai Lonine^ tho Bolshevl-kl premier,., it Is reported, was tired upon tonight, when ho was driving to "a meeting ot the'councllot people's commissaries. Four shotSyWcro fired. Premier Lenlne was not hurt. The bullet shattered the windows ot the au-A member of >the party with Mlneri Must Stay ^ Work Calgary, J�n^'16.-Miner* In Alberta coal miMM will be granted exemption fro(^^(mil tary service so long ae they:�:iwork, Mr. Justice .Sfmmone, of .thi^'mllltary tribunal announces. If.tliey strike or take holldayk the ^t^ptfun peases. THREATENED WITH DEATH Montreal, Jan. 16. - Judgo ? iMarechal, one of the military > > appeal court judges here, an- ; > nounced this morning that ho �> ? had received letters threaten- > : Ing him with death. He said � ? he had no doubt other Judges * had received similar letters. C* ? � mtmw Canadian I^l^r Leaders Appreciate Govi Taking Them Into Cohfidence ea majoriiy- are.ezercisg every eiiori'-n,,* r,e�il>,!��>,-�^'�"�� T- pire !a~;t|'.ealiVd9nimn peace ottibr as; a �" reply'to the'speeches of President Wilson and Premier Lloyd George. ^ ^ Agreennent. Reached liOndon, Jan. 16.-Qermau news-�apera, as quoted in an Bxchange Telegi-aph d'e>patch from Amsterdam, e^y /that as a result of conferences an understanding hrts been reached by^the political apd military parties in Germany in order to a(^oid further friction, Tho Lokai Anzeiger of^ Berlin says the bas.s ot tli'o agreement le that ^Chancellor ^on Hortling's vlew-polpt Ini regard to the eastern questions' (acqulesence in the Jlussian programme of-no annexations or iudem-. nltieb a|id thq right of self-determlna' I tion) is to prevail, whorea,'} Field Mar flhal Von Hlhdenburg will have fullS liberty in the west, in case of a German.victory, to deal with any possible annexations there. Rejects Proposal-CsMnst COURTS CHOKED Annferdam,; .Jan. lS.--l!mperor Charles,, accordlns to a Vienna dispatch to the Koelnlsehe Zeltunf. has rejected the scheme to eetabUsh to ar Independent Hungarian army proposed by Or. Wekerle, the.Hnnflarlaa premier, / >' It was reported In on Amsterdam dispatch on January 8 that the Austrian ministerial council oppqsed un animously the Hungarian government's army reform!.' It was proposed to give the Austrian and Hungarian armies separate identities. ' ' Cabinet Reelgne, London, Jan. 16j-The resignation of the Hungarian cabinet, on account ot failure to obtain necessary support for the military programme, la reported In a Budapest dispatch to Copeh-hagen, forwarded by the .Bsohange Telegraph. . / \ , Montreal, Jau. iH.-The council of Montreal bar decided yesterday to appeal to ,the mlnistei; ot justice to relieve the altuation here regarding superior coui't cases being held up as a � result ot the judges of the suporlov courtjbelng engaged on exemptlon^p-poal cases under the Military BerVlee �Act'. It was stated that there were uih wards of 22^600 exemption appeals In the Montreal district.' and that the judges' could not poaslwy get through with the work before, the end of June. The bar will take, definite action on -'the matter'next Monday, tho-premier was wounded slightly In the.hand. s , Scores of Arrests Made Petrograd, Jan. IG.-Tho attempt on the lite .of Premier Lenlne-was made just outside the hall in wbjch he had Been. addr^s!ng 8,000 of ~ the Red Guard who were going to th'e^ront As b's automobile swung through the crowd, four shots flashed In the darkness. One � of tho buUeta mtsaed its mark by only a fcAv inches, and the others lodged in the hand of a Swedish Socialist who was in the automobile. Scores of arrests were made; High-Handed Action London,- Jan. 16. -- Thq'Bolshevlkl has announced officially, according to a Renter despatch from Petrograd that the reports regarding the passage' of tho peace pourparlers sent out by the Wolff Bureau, the- German semiofficial agency, alter the real sense of tho negotiations. Secretary Von Kuehlmann, the- despatch adds, has declared to tho Russian delegaiea that the German government-, reserve  the right to intercept all communications which may excite the popular m^saoa In Germany. v Arrest of Rumanians . Petrograd, Jan. 16.-Minister Dla mandl waa arreated at the Bimiaiilan legajtlon during tjje dinner liour^Suji? day'liilght.' A group ol^^Sgd JCfSafaii. headed by an otficet demanded .ai; -received adm ttance to.,the Jeg^tlon, when they Informed" Dlamandl he wfis under, arreat. At the aame time they arrested Lieut. Kray, attached to. the Rumanian military mlaalon. A^, midnight the Red Guard returned and arrested Col.;.Pallada, head of the mill-, tary m'salon, who was no� present at tho time of the tlrst'arrest. Though explana'tlo'ns of the arrests are not obtainable officially, it is >e ported that M, Dlamandl and-^the oth ers are accused of counter revolutionary plots in connection with the dis-' drming of Bolaheylkl regiments oh the Ukraine and Rumanian fronts. Germane,Impatient ^materdam, Jan" 16.-Great dissat-^ lafaotion is expressed by the German newspapers at the.al6w progreas of the peace negotiations at Brest-Lltoysk and the Russians are charged with prolonging them deliberately. This delay is affecting the negotiations In pro-groaa at Petrograd, where, according to the Weiser Z^ung of Bremen, the declaions regarding the exchange . of prisoners has yielded no results.'thus far. Tlie Tagoblatt of Berlin makes a slitillav complaint regarding the, work of the special German comnierclal commissions bow In Petrograd! Most of the newspapers assert Germany will never think completely evacuating the occupied Russian territory before In Big Infantry Action Italians Took Big Toll From Aus-tro-German Forces ENEMY OBSERVATION POSTS CARRIED BY Ietropolltan po ant papers. The German government was asked to treat Caillaux with ev; ery courtesy and consideration If tho ship was taken. Arrest Paul Comby Paris, Jan, 16.-Paul Comby was I^Se;!^!'^r^'T^^M^rT'c;}--'^ i;;yt^nigkt'irco;;^u;>nwRi; the Irish government,-which Is expect- the government's Investigation of the ed to come under coAwatlVshor - ""�^�'- Caillaux. ------^_______^________ ... ly. Belfast Is now policed by the I* ^""^^'^^ fi'^^ labor leaders at the action of the gov- vations had been conducted were s-^vept I Royal Irish Constabulary and It Is 5!l^,^i^., c., niJ?. '""cheon would Involve the disappearance of Comby also is said to have^accompan-the old napjes which have unfortufr- f** ^^'^V''^ Loustalot,^whose immuu-ate.assoclat'l^ns and.that the,ne^tXy , ^i^t^. ernment in taking them Into their con- away. Along the whole line the Italians fldence and in asking tor an Inter- gained a foothold,' Under the conceh-change ot views.l They decided that trated fire of t^ie enemy lines they haying BecUreda'iBtatement as tothe later were withdrawn slightly after requirements they,�Would prefer to hold' laying waste the enemy works. .Aua-a conference-among themeelTMia or- trlan forces attempted a number ot der to arrive at�an agreeiiMiit ae-to counter movements without succeas. the-best pollCyKthey wiNiId j��gKaat. The struggle arjyind Monte Asolone They Iwere wUing to co-operate :^to continues,but one of tho main objects the liiiil *i|'f' llitiir iilimij. i niiipalllilii already has been accomplished, that of wlth*tli#iBillililtenance of their labor *l>�Vo�'8'nK the eiiemy from HJs works, :#lncJpleilii~Tu�, hihor menTwllI nieet to; say nothing of the .prisoners and tW8i���nioon^tt08Ur-i�^^^^ , , other:conference with the goTem'' About the same time an Incursion ment." ' 1 into:^ie enemy trenches was made fur- ther oast around Monte Solarolp, where more prisoners and m^iterlal were captured. . , TJie third bloody fight occurred on the lower hiaVe where the Italians en-ONTARIO''NEEDS FARM HANDS ! larged their Apbsltions between Uie ^torotito, Jan. 16.-6ntarlo will neei^ '"uS'"!^"^ * 7\500 tafm hands during the coming counter-attack -with heavy leased geason In additloivto Uie army of city . 9"'^^,s'oe^^ prevalltiig among: men ernment which had presided at the several thousand war veterans who ex- mfonfy mto action. When thpltal- of. military age. He-attributed the search of. the safe In the Florence l^ect'tago on the land.' HEAI| APPEAL JAN. 14 v Ottawa, An. 16,-r-'rne appeal of the province ot Mahlt(oba and the Winnipeg board at trade agaloit the order ot tho rallWay board Increasing freight and passenger rates'will, It Is stated, be heard (lefore the, govamoNn-coun-1 peace has been brought about'on all cU on January 24. 1 the fronts. 'Montreal; Jai^. 16.--Thom8a Oote> a ..member ot the'board ot contnol ot Montreal and noted French Canadian, Journi^llat, died this morning.^ Ho was born at Trolso Plstolos, Que.', Septenj^ ber/ai, 186D. At vajrtoua periods he was editor of Lapresao,' l^outreal, and L'O'p'nion, Publiquo, Woroester, Mass. He wae president ot tliQ^Ottiiiwa Press Oallery for a, year> In 1901 he was r special census comnUssloner, and in  1903 appointed secretai'yiOt the Inter-. ' national wa'terwaya commlslon, Mr. V'Cote repr/seiitod Canada at the Brus-^;iie1s Exhibition and was decorated by -King Albert. i He waa elected to the rSMofltreal board of control Wi.l015. 1*^.;,, Controller ' Cqte, who has \>ao% In "'l* fulling health for aomo t me, was found ^esd in.>bod at his homo. ' " *' CONSIDERABLE QAMAQE ; O'ana'noquoV Ont., Jan. l4.f-Flro ,,^brok9 out at- 8.45 this morning at !thovtoxtilo department ot tho Outar o gtQOij'roduotn, Company,. Limited and May General,Mobilizing of Labor Through Ganada . \ - - - ' � ' ., � Ottawa. Jan. 11,-Iraportant coo- mobllliatloti of labor,'^but opposed to situation in-"conscr ption of alien'labor, farences on the labor Canada were held here this, morning. Thirty of the leading labor men la the Dominion mat tha prime minister and mombars ot the war cabinet in the iSast Block and dlsou^sed the labor .'Situation geneWly.:' At the Chateau Laurler, HoBt T. A. Orerar, minister of agrolulture, met rapresentatlvos'trom the provlnclar departments of a'|rloul-ture and discussed With them the problem dtr labor shortage, with particular reference to farm labor, /' In both cases tit^a' cohfereneoa were closed to press Y^preaentatlves; It is announced, however, i^hat the director general o( pubU'c IMormatlon will Issue a statement Utar In the day, covering pr^aodtagt^ b(. the two conferences. � '-/ - The question of.th�'better distribution of labor, it Is underatpod, was one of tho mala top.'os' under' dlsoussion �with tha labor men,'the aim being to aaura tha greatest possible output from essential Industries, For this purpose it may be.-neo'eBsary tn curtail the oporatloiis: of non-essential Industries; and suggestfd measures with this end - jn slejvOar* regarded as of particular Importance. regard to farm labor U Is painted out that 23,000 men approximately/wUl- be^oedeJL for needing.Ot: these, /iT.OOOi .it. la antl-mated, ..will; needV t'olbeV withdrawn from non-osaeatlalwdr,kln> the west or aecured'elsewhere,,, , ' , / NEW RECORD ENDURANCE .Washington, Jan. 18.-A new record lt6r��ustained endurance has been establ-sHed by one of jhe new "flush de^k" destroyers, the navy department announced today. The voyage waa from a Pacific to an Atlantic port and'occupied ten^ and one> half days, the'^verage speed being 19.15 knots per hpur. A new record als6 was set inah|;constructlon of-the destroyer. Toronto.'Jan. 16-Teachers of'two only 5L weeks elal.slng from the lay- schools, both high and^nbfic! i^e de ng ot her keel to the^date ofJaunch-.,,andlng a real'division of the salary >nK' \ � -4sohedule this year,.; The^y.w a lans first reached the crest they found trouble chiefly, to.clgarettes.... |bank and Prance was obliged to iiup- all the enemv soldifirR in thnir expressed the opinion that'pose that all legal forms'had been olj. If�the government had-in .mind the ea-, served. tablishment ot a federaLmedlcaLboard .-r--'- � now Is the opportunity to do the Can- ' adian race a great deal of good;; ' all the enemy soldiers In their winter quarters In log'barracks. 'A large part ot one battalion, iricludlng one major and two captains,, was 'captured In one of these buildings. / DI8L0VALTY CHARGES boost that varies from^i^od'toVsoo a vralrmont M.nn.,Jan.l5^-I^reear.ir;,r�,i^^ rests on charges of vdlsloyalty were der the same gridln/fay law WoSb made tpday on'warrants Issued by led for 1918. At nresLr-^h� .^^^^ County'^Attorney Alten as the beglnn- teachers' maximum sa?ary Is^'i^'oo Mfrtln/coZf� minimum JUOO .Tomon 'tS-Martm.i county. _^ e" apt from $OflO to �2,200 per yeffr. ( GERMANS DENY IT. ~iii\/^ti-Tna~n^77^ Amsterdam, Jan. 16.-The Wolff m�w v v ^ , � - ^ Bureau, the German semi-official ag-' pj;^'^ ^P^*^' 14,-Edward B. ency,- denies a report that entente f,, .."^T "vtor of the .Roberta ranr-, avlatbrs caught distributing President ^1�,.,*"^'''' Tpo boiler, died yesTSrdiyJ Paris, Jan. 15.-German^.troopa who attacked the Preneh lines on a front of 200 matrea , In the Chaume ,Wood, northeasV of vY'r-dun-today succeeded 'n.aainina a footing in some advanced elo: ' ments from which they, vvoro driven eu^ by the French, sajrs t^e�,of-flclal statement from the war office tpnipht. In Lorraine a Praneh r'-'d resulted In the cap- .ture of twenty Germant. ^ . ONEJI^LLED nugni u;BiriDuiiiiK x-reHiuoiii ,j ,,,, t.i___, - r,- -- Nutloy, N. J, Jan, 14.--One., man WUsonra message In Germany from f*"'^'! nnd,ten w^ro injured when .7b yeais. Ho came ot New Rnrtlamr nn automobile )',gger- bus carrying Toronto, Jan. 16.-^At the second convention of the G|tnad|an Creamery-men's Association here yesterday, creamery men from Manitoba and th6 Marit'me provinces were In attendance and tlie chief discusiou was as tfl the advisability of making the or-;,^nizatlon what Its name implies, national In scope. . : More than ene: speaker expressed the view that tha 'ntroductlon of olep has deVitroyed the - market for poo^ butter ttnd that creamery men will be forced In self-preservation, to bring ' their product up to the "^ery highest � standard. ' . Tepro�entAtlves. here are un- ant auperlntendept of ^otpre'ilie flamos were' olttlngulshod. derstood ,t^ be'iii'.ftVor'ot/agenerAV'W. T.weddale;-N0W Bi Tb,e labor leaders present at the conference with the war cabinet Incfa'ded representatives of tho trades and lab or council, J. H.~^enney International organ^or, of the sheet metal work-irs; F.Bush, internat onal organizer the Garment Workers ,Unlon; B, O'Dell, international' organiser ot the boot and shoe workers' union; J. A.' McClelland, vice-president of the Internationa) Assoclatibn of Mi^cbk;!-Ists; W. Harper,^Internatlonal. Association of Machinists; Tom Moore, International orgj>nizer Brotherhood of Carpenters and Jo ners; Walter. Rollav Hamilton district labor couilcll; Walter Browuand "jT. A. Stevenson, Toronto district labor council; A. O'Leary^ International flotel and Restaurant Employees Unio.f^ames Ralph, Inter, national Brewery Workefs' Unlon;--J W. Bruce, general organizer International Brewery Workers Union. Provincial representatives at the farm labor conference Included Hon D, Marshall, minister ot, agrfoulture, Alberta;.Hon, W. R. Motherwell, jiln--later of agricuUujjs. Saakatchowan;iT.' F. MoHoy and 1(9 P. Auld, also from Saskotchewaii; Hon, T, H. Johnson, and Louis Kon, Manitoba; Premier'A. H. Arsouault, Pi-iuce ISdward Island; Dr. "j. 1!,- -WaclOAn, BrlllBU Columbia;; 0. lil. Ba Ula.vOntar q; H, B,,ThomB.(in3 reproBonting the food controlIor;'':iiH? W. Wood, proi^iaentt United,-Farmers} ot Alberta; Blake Robertabq, anlstv Ipf migration Brunswick.^ j'thetalr-would be shot as spies... ' It says:; '*The fact that the message ob-tiilned the widest publicity In all Qer-m^m. aevfspapers suffices to brand'tbe story-as a ridiculous invention." ' NOTED HUN AlVlVlAN DEAD Amsterdam,'Jtin. IB.-y-The death. 9t Max-.MuUer, one of ^he most sncocss-ful- German aim- n, Is reported in a Mtinlch despatch to the Lokal Anzeiger 6f\Berlln, Muller was killed in a (all resulting from a detect In hia eii-gliie, ,'iHe cli^imed 38 victories In aerial engagements. KILLED BY SHOCK ; early yesterday. Kingston, Ont., Jan: : 16.-James Do.uglfls; chancellor of .Queens University, has renewed his otter to give half a-m llion dollars to Queens-'f a like amount Is raised' by, the board of trustees, A promineb^t 'Queens oftlc-laUh'as offered to give'fifty thousand dollars of tho amomityrequlfed to sec | uro'jthe chancellor's gift, "Dr. Douglna i la;;W^UnB to allow, the ^eo\\ard offer : mAdplaomo years agoV to stand as tho unlve/ely'8 portion, If it is renewed However, the uniyeralty authorttioy hope.'to rai^e the half million dollars i outslda] of_ this, | ...' 11 \.-.iS WGAaUEl �At V ' ^ j f   � HGIt ",-ll'..l'-'..'i!' / i Ho came ot New Rnglantf au ,_ . ,....... -, . , ^ , t^�, , � it. stock and was born la.Manchester, twetity pussonpe-g was.hii by an Erlej! Toronto, Jan. 14.-Mra. bthel Hoit,-England, while his paronta were tern-- train at Avondule crossing near here' Ma'.tland street, aged 32, -was instant-porarlly abroad. . � '* early yesterday. "A". ' ' , |ly k.lled by an electric .shock whiles ' ' ' -i^-f . I taking her bath at her home Saturday; It appears that .she had taken an electric heater to the bathroom with h6r,' and placed It .on. the floor near the? batU, and miist have roacbedioyeriandyV taken hold of it wUU Uer w^t'liandaj- ' " FUOiIiR MiULs BUBNefi^-ri^;;^ Brantlovd, Ont., Jan. 14.-Th'o^oo^ Flour mills at Norwich, owned .by'Tt,r L. Wood, formerly ot tUla oltx; n9.'WiOt': Norwich, were- totally destroyedfwlitli;; contents by flrp'on Sunday-imbrping'', during the blizzard. ^A' croas'edrf iJl^'fil trie wire la ,blamed; The-loa^-^'jyllVvbo' very heavy, though partial ;insufunOQ',; was-carried.- ... ^ / ,i > C �'��5^i''-SlL? THE RED CmmN CANADA ^ Most nf the,civilized nations of tho world have given .Jhotrodhesion to the UecK^ro.'ss treaty ot Geneva,*August twonty-socond 1804, and national -Red Cross^ societies � wpre formed along the lines of and $t|bJoct to tho rules and regulations of tho ^ parent Sfccloty at geneva. The�y^! however, 'differed In their Interpratatlon'.'.at the rosulatlons and some-trouble Society-for.uId to tho sick- and wounded" of Englandiand waa actively ehgaged ;'ln, war charities at ih^ time pt.tl^e South Atr(can War. - This society was lifcqrpqrated by Act ol^tho parlinraont of-Canada' in 1909. The act provided for a general organization ftfrtUe whole of Oftnada. vlth- a >Bcnoral or central counctt' In full charge and for the formation,of prpvmoial branches'. The, emblem of tho society IsVa^Oreak Red Cross on a white ground; conforming to the omblemvpr/badge/des. bribed.'in the Treaty of a�yjeva;Tt.Is contrary to,law tausevtills badge othenwlso than tor Red Cross'purposes. By the act tho.yRed^Uross: la. authorized tb act In mattors'of relief under the said troalyipnd (n .affiliation With the British Red'Cross sqolqjy. The act and amen'drteutot 1^3,6 makes It the duty ot the Ccntralt(;$n*!Albqrt� branch wtis torhied In ISl^'saon after the beginning of the ,V>r>' I^OTJil branches and auxiliaries vr^re-orfanlzed as quickly aa polilble anrJL'tlio a($Uve .'^rorkjrot the soolely>,begun'in,.tbls province, The :b,Ma'of(tQ�?'(Qr: th�.prbylll3r|s�tOalf�ry,,;*7', 'r. ' ^ ' "1^yl !by Insurance.!,. Thore-wnp i=iqvore In^.' ' Juries but the -f.re-fightersi^autfai^it somewhat from frost bite,-' /."J XUT ,jTb':PIECE��S'-! . ^ St. 7homas,'.Ont.:�"Jan.,�l4rT'JBv'' Dawson, bHU chlg^n .Central [l^ailwi 8WltcUman,;jvhUei{SwHch}rg.^barA b|lndlni?k8n,nW;-�A�r|RLBA'tiU^ ,lng. m|Ad hl�'at|S^�W#|-"'' neath the whaate .yruWilK^ V 07114 05 01857?49 1533 77777073 ;