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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT AtBERTA'SFORM/iL PROTESTIN MATTER OF BOND Edmonton, Jan. 23.-Contending thnt It Is, wnconBtitutional and further ?plght have been aBtiBfactorllr acttleil bjr conference and nrranKCinent, the government of Alberta has written to Premier, Borden protesting aKnlnst the order-ln-councll Tegardlng the U-Bue and sale of provincial securitfos. The letter as sent by Prjsmler Stcw^ art is an follows: "The government of the province of Alberlii has retrained up to the present from nialcing anj-protest to your government in connection with the recent orderin-conn-cil regarding the issue and sale of pro-v ncta! contro), on ;u:count of the reports to the effect that nnieudpients were to bf made to. the original'order. "As I now understand that the'original order is to be enforced. 1 desire to bring to your attention the fuel that while the policy of this govern-^ ment is not to interfere with, or em-barras.'the Doniin'on Government in connection with any proper measure for-the utilization ,of"�he nation's resources tor war purposes, this province will not willingly submit to the encroachment * of your government upon onr constitutional r.'glits. "Alberta has been at all times willing to co-operate with the Dominion In rendering sudi assistance as it can. In connection with war activities, and the governmeiu ffols that this particular question could have been satisfactorily .settled by conference and an rangcnient. especially in view of the etatemeht of the minister of finance; as reported in the press, that the order was drafted, and passed uponj in July 1W7. and up to the time of notification of the^provjnces in December, practically six "moaths elapsed during �which time full particulars of both .general, and'^ocal conditions could hare bepn discussed." lOSSfilSERS German Papers Do Not Minimize Loss of Goeben and: Breslau ^ Amslerdam, Jan. 24.-German news-' papers received'hei-e. today comment on the sinking of the former German cruiser Breslau, renamed by the Turks "M dullu," and the grounding of the Goeben, rechriisteaed' ^'Sultau Selim" �nd deplores' the toas, of the two yes-els, , � � . ,J 1 he Cologne Gazette regrets the dls-fts'cr which befell the vessels because of the irreparable weakening of the Turkish sea power. Tlie Hamburger Nnchrischtcn refers to the partial destruction recently bf the great trans-Atlantic lines Von Hindenburg',-which was under construction at Danzig. The damage to this vessel is estitnat-ed at one' iniUion marks, which it says has not yet been repaired. The Frankfurter Zeitung displays great uneasiness over the prospect of the entente allies securing additioual .tonnage Uom neutrals and expresses regret that the Swedish cabinet is willing to march at the head of this movement.      (^ ijiRftivcs in France THE LETHBRIDOE DAll,Y Paris. Jan. 24.-General Tns-ker H. BU8e. V.S.A., has arrived in France ;WUh his staff. General (Bliss, 'the chief of slRff, w�9 a member ot the American commission to the inter-allled couferonca in Paris . and attended the first meoting of tho supreme war coimcil at > � Versailles last'month. Ho re- > HERAlD REPARKRleF  turned to tho United States on * PQcembpr l>th. UNm SALARY FIXEO AT $1,200 Moose Jaw, Jan. 24.-The various commlt-tees got down ta^ work In earnest this morning at the annual conference of the Baptist I'nion. One ot The first items ot business was the election of reporters for the various | sections of Canada, which resulted as ' follows: Rev. A. S. l^wls, Jlaritimo Baptist: Rev. H. C. Spelter, Canadian Baptist, nud^Rev, McHae, Western B.iptist. ' The conferc.ice. adopted a uniform salary system of^S1200 ior' married pastors and j^OOO fcr sin'gle men. An allowance will be paid pastors and missionaries for travelling expenses. Delegates In attendance at board conferences will be paid railway fare. The report of the work ot the churcli was read by Rev. A. ,B. ~Stovell. Dr. McDermott read" the report of the Grande Ligne mission. HUNStSIl Used By Americans-Three - of These Have Now Been ^ Sunk ,,An Atlantic Port, .7�n. 24.-The American steamship Owasco. formerly the German steamer Allemannla and seized here wh�n the United States entered the war. was sunk by a' submarine in the early pert ot December while In Mediterranean waters near the Spanish coast, according to survivors ot the Ship who ar4 rived here today on a Spanish liner. It was said that two members of the crew lost their lives. The Owasco is the American ship recantly reported as bbving been'one ot the three vessels sunk wbile? passing a .lighthouse, with the submarine lying off shore and peeking the ves-sels_off as they passed through ,tbe beam of light. The.two other ships sunk were a norwegian and a British ship. , ! \ . \ The loss of the OwasCo makes three former German ships that have been victims ot German torpedoes. The Ah4o Club \m% in6r.iilnK hf reed to withdrawn^ their , .recomtiratdiitton that tho parkhiR'ot cars on 5Ui St. S. and 3rd Ave. S. In the Uiif Inesi district for a'longer consecutiva.period than 30 minutes, and to suBittttate (horefor a proposal that the clljr .Cdttnoll make arrangements for the parking of Jitneys off those.streets In order to re-Uevc the' congestieh and tife Ufmora roroing to the city with tiielr cars.aii opportunity to get Msy access to tho stores In the shoppliiR district.^ Tho Auto Clnb committee mot the "special committee ot the' board bf irade on this matter, arriving at,that Joint conclusion, and the delcga'tloii' waited ^n the tflty council.with tho proposak -Want Ta�l SVan4. ,n Tomorrow morning ati\10' o'clock tho city council will enterUIn a ilele-gation of taxt^riyer� to learii their view on tho matter of prpvlftlrtir a^fix ed taxi stand. If they are not agreo-ablo to such a provision, .the .cbttpcti wants to know what, ^titioii they have for tho proWeii. "It"Is,-certain thnt .parking of taxis oh' 6th*8t. and 3rd Avo. ill the business'district will be prohittfted. ^ The 'joint committee * �Ibo ' recora- , MOOSE JAW QUIT  i^Hlboie^ ^i�f,- Jan.. S4;-r-Tho  inctnbors ot the Moodo Jnw m-  tachment ot the provincial po-  Itco statiohod hero havo resin-  cd. Piirther than to adnilt  their retiRha'tloiis, tlio pollce-^ men refusc^to st.iie their grle-^ vances. Will ij police circles'It  Is, rumored .nial trouble over  't>romotlonR In th(! force Is tho  cause. fhc?'pttliiy adopted by  authorities at' lUKlna of pro-  motlng men'newly appointed  to the fore* over tho heads Bf older men Is fumored as being . Blairmore, Jan.,23.-Private papley returned home from tho front on Saturday morning.'Hororlglnally Joined,; the 13th C. M.'R.'^at Plncher Creek I-mcnded to the cFty'council tbaVar. d'^chjirged froi^ to^^ rangements be madfeld plflcte direction l-""" account of �^hc�Uh. Hav ng posts at tho street IntersocUonS In the I "y^f^ J�e Joined ho 192nd Uttal-business, district.' The afycoanc'l is,that was recm ting In � ajmore year ago ADORESSONJEWS Victoria,^ B.C., Jan. 24.-The first shipment of the Burrell fias Detectors, the most ^lodern in'strirni^nt for the automatic analyzhig of air In coal 4n the right arin last sunmier and has, automatic anaiyajng or air in coal i^t-m.ich uWe of it vet His frIehdB- reached the department of rre"an giaTto*ahlL'hUs%lA hM^ even though It vvak. the left hand; He has a wife antf two children in BJair^ more. i-:', J., � Sgt. Andrew Bowers is now �t Strathcona military hospital. \ He Te-turned some time ago from tUe front. He reports that his arm la Improvlag considerably. i. � New Constable "Tho n,j*!.i.___J ...,u -J I ^Bt. J. Carter has recently rtbtaln- in I!^?.f�n!" ^rf-^'-E'^'i^^'^^T?^^ discharges and is now. In fuU in Balpstine, sj>i?'d^,,Jhe ."Wa] power at theXawn polfce office h^v- ot .mines, Hon. ;WIIIIam Sloan, to eqiflp every coal' mine Inspector In the prpylnce with one of the detectors. WONT. MOVE TROOPS - lleglna, Sask., 'Jan. I&. - General Mewb'urn gave positive assurance- to Major Cowan, JM.K, and the Reglna dolegatloh to Interview him In Ottawa, that no troops now quartered in Re- ------ . .r. w , ^"^ ^'iSf;*^"^^ be moved f/om this city communique and we pahse to think of i^g obtained that-'position after, then"?" headquarters of h. Unit, will the historical and-TRwred memories of I resignation of ConsL-vble Macleod. i>-~�as^ been | a^fj ^.^^g dujy .fjned. , J u,. . , ,i. �- Priaoner In Germany remain here, according to a private letter to a citizen from a member of the delegation this morning. found by the city as far back as 140(( B.C It was captured .*y the Persians i, ,,H v, .�,,.� .ho' Word has come t|i�t AlphonsePabro In 614 and was in the hands of the. ,g ^ow a prisonenlniGennany: rte'was Crtisaders of 1098 Palestjii*^ has been ^^^^^ prisoner during the great drive called an Isolated oasis. Us histo/y ^^'e Central Powers into Italy. Alls the most ancient and interestln^^^ ,,.^^1 ^^^^^to jt^, ^oon as Is sacred to the Jew.Mohammedan and j^,^ ^i^gg called. His old home.was The country has been rnn . .... ..... . " . Curling Two sheets for ladies gameslonight, �J. F. Hamilton vs. Dr. Leech, Brewery Trophy. -' W. L. �WcKenzle.ts^..R. R. Davidson, Ellison Milling Trophy. Thursday 'M. Freeman \yis. K. D. Johnson, Bre'wery Troph.i'. S. J. Shepherd vs. Dr. Taylor Brewery Trpp>y. , 'Jap.-^Aird vs. Dr. W. H. Marrs, Ellison riliUing Trophy. W. ,r. Nelson vs. Alex. Scott, Brewery Ti-ophy. Fribay IMcNabb vs. Spauldings. � iUacleod vs. Davidson. Held vs. Kirkham. McKenzie vs. winner Freeman vs.-Johnson. OF ALL CliSSES Victoria, B, C, Jan, 24,-ThrM hour* taken last night by tha * Trades and Labor Council to d�> cida what reeommandationa it should make to ita daiegata* to the annual convention, of the Sri-tiah Columbia Federation of La* bor.wbiclrit being held'In Van� couver-next wocku ty a five t�-four vote'the dalagatot' were in,o n.u�Mnna to of'five dollwi pel* mcinth for ^ii u iifh T.L%iTW?oS Simdav ImlldinR XMIV IUUO�V Will KM ^MSS* *-�.. 4*^-. it ' 'i '  .v Leo M Coflmbs of-tHe""C6n8ervatorv event./At presejit onlv pupils of M..�in oi^.ne.vwi�e?v�.u . .^.^^ ^^^^ attalned'Melr seventh year . - aijeollowed toatten*J;'4 �' � ' " '. . CustomsiRecelota"""'. ^ Customs! Receipts . ^ Mr. H.' C. Graham, fnsnector of cuS-! toms at Calpiiry withjhts nssLstanf-Mr. ;h. E. liegg Have- j'ttst.finWicd .l-'ulr insnecliott of the la�il: cu�t.^'roj.. P^tr-ing the nine m6nth'si>f the.flnanclal year this office has takfjn In, about tiaoOO.OO. Mr: Graham al!lo entertained the soldle4-H at the Sanatorium with Intei'esting sets of slides. TWs klnrtneVs of .Mr. Gniham was Very Special Auction Sale of Oittle, Horsei, V ; Slieep & Hogs . AT ALEX. MACLEAN & C0.8 WEEKLY AUCTION; SALE AC�ERTAfTOCK YARDS, CALGARY " � SATUkDAV NEXT JANUARY/?6th \ At 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 350 range heifers, high gralle Hereford,'Shortl^om and Black Polls, one and rising 2 years. 410 condition range steers,^ 1, 2 and rising 3'yoaVs old, in etf-load lots. r.. A large number of choice young dairy cows and heifers.^ fresh and sprlnglng^-Two cfir-loads of mixed horses. 240,yeung grade ewes bred to Shropshire and Oxford rams due to lamb in April. . ' T ENTRIES SOLICITED r TERMS CASH. NO,RESERVE^ For Further Particulars Apply to Alex. MacLean Co;: ^ Auctioneers and Livesjtock AgentSv. Alberta 8toekyard8>Calgary  Phones E3208, 69321. PROFESSIONAL CARDS barrels str�lgh(en�d. |�ns rimtoek ed, gun work dme by 'a tuasmMli keys madii,. lodka\c*iiatred, bhsyolts. typewrtteif9,i|^mpitriiphs, anr light tnnchlnery npkffqd, lawn mowsi's sbarp�nod. D; B. MacdooaM. lodlaa Motoroyctoj; Agent. Phott* 1033, Mi �tli;AT^)iB.'^i>^ � A. � - MEDICAL DR. V/.a. OAbBRAjTHi M Third / Avo, South. Office hbtise, 1 to 3 p. m.;l to 8 p,m,; Telephone 1268. a. H. CRtPPS, iBkPBRT I'UNDll-PUyer>Piaub and Orgad Repalror; (SO'^years'..factory b'sperlence. Hon ipmCwUmk^MiV. iiiaa, Loadoa, ' Knglwd. ,R�^eruiwes to' tfia toading mpician* 6( /;it|t. l'h�Hll�> U&a litb Air*. A. �jut&. , ; pnivATkMospii AL�_ PrWatb" M0^P1T>l-MR8." VAN - Uaariom's ^Ivkto .Hospiul >. aad Katernity Heine. 1214 7tk *��aM Bortth. Pho%^7�l.. - THK -^XVJEIiU, H68P1TAI- FOR ' tna'terinlty, caiies and all sickness s excepting' contagious dlseases.-^lrs. S, Helwig, 3te 14th Jt, S, Phone 739, tPUCATlONAU ^ > QARBUTT^BUSINi^BS COLLBOB 411 tth St. aoutlt. Lethkridge Day aBQ^ aTtiuiii aohool. i Sbortbaud; Typowritiiig, UookkMplng and ail Commercial Bubjocta. Offlfa Phom lilt y NRMldene'e Pkona or Prinolpal ;I9S1. White (or 1^)1 IntormatioB. I^HOIt RBPAIRINO_ bHbiS KUPAIKINU-Pbone 1717 (or your shoo fopain. Work done arompily. Orders callod (or and dC' UverCd. Prank Miles, til 4th Ave South. UNOERTAKINO t. 8. #ETT.BRt,V. ySAOlWo PUNIilK al director and Uceased embairaor. aiotoi* or bonis drlvjir hearses. Par-tors, oiipwlto cairt Housa. Oltlca . phon. .Ml, rMUIOBGo taoao UU. Open 4ay aad algllt ^ ,^ MaoKAY A �a�kAY-I^UNkHAL Directors aad Practical Bmbsbaers; office aad reside^Mie. .Motor/ and ' horse drawn equipiaant, 803 3rd Ave. 8. Pliono iW*.' -Always open, navor closed. .FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS UNITED WHOLESALE HAY. PdTATOES AND ALFALt'A M^AL. inspectors at Coaldale. Lcthbrldge. Raymond and Hagratli. Whether you, waat to buy or sell wo will mall yia.our Weakly Ma^ ket Card on roquast. 201 8HBRLOCK BUILOIMO Lethbridgt ; : : Phons 777 W ,: uloyo, Mgr^ Res. Phons 266 M. R. Haxsll, Acctn Rss. Phone iy SECOND HAND STORE. liCONO" NORTH WARP-' SBCONO HAND Store. B46 Thirteoatb St. N. Furniture bought aad sold. Repairs neat ^ ly executed. F. A. Rogera, prop. Tola-pbone 1166. 1(64 }eCORATINQ WBLLINOTON UKUa.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and. Painters p Kalsomlnlng.' Qeneral Decoratiag and BIga Writing. Estimates gives. The olde^it established painters In Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472: oftlco ^hone I'iSZ. Sherlock Uldg., Letii bridge. Alta. W. EatERV, PAINTING, DECORAT-Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomlnlng, etc, B�t materials only used for nil work, ^fcstlmaties/, willingly given 936 9th' Street S. - Phbne 338: WATER IJOCATOR WATER LOCATED-T? CAN tiOCATB '� water for you. Charijies reasoaabta T, L. Davieb, Nobletord.' ' 97-� GETCONSIDi\lN ____-A � Vancouver, -Tan. aSi-rJWbB Wallace. , chairman of the fish committee of the niucli appreciated by the;veterans^ Mr. i branch' of the foodi Graham ha� a son in the tronch'ea> ^ tew- Lieut. Graham, who lias lately recolv- V Brttteh Columbia controller's /Icpartraeirt. who, . . . ,j s- o T'T.-l^hlv^U^t'^^X^^'^^^^^^^ police ar* on the tiona for t^"""!*V,*SouB^ watch for ibon who are evading the from *o bapk co^tlguou^^^ military service act. One man was .Columbld ^"'"V *�^Sv1S escorted lately to headquarters at Mac prairie "'"^''Ifii^^J^^.lll^^^. leod. A number of men Who wart ex-the.folloy^lng telegram iirdm sir rod , ^^^j^^j not their papeA-wV^i * to^^ tho' them iwere appr�hended and wye' T.T *l.1S�fHni?*&SV"^ e�>�*t� at thcbarrackB till their pap-conditions^ ��tX^^^^^Mrt^Vm- ers arrived. It hehooresewry exempt- KC^^nSS??r;^.^1^:':^^ the Ua.^.'chur.K 0.^ .ACETYLENE tELDlNG kUTH Cor. l.st Ave and 10th Stieet ORB. CONNORi,MoNALL.TA JAMI� son-Office, l09 s.?herl6ok Block. Telephriiek: Ohim MO; Resldenca aig.xOnico hours: 11 to. 13 a.8t.i 1.30 to 3,30; 7 to 8 p.m. bu. tAYDSR^^BiSvr^iip .______ ..Jose iiSa Throat; 116 Sherlock Btdg. OHloa hours 10-12; 2-6; evealagi hy ap-paintraent Phdn�s: OHIca 341; Ro� Idei*!e6�t. \ ^ OR. P. W. fULLlh. (l*HYtitoiAS and'Surgaoa, OfdcaLShop^ard Blocif oppoaite^Btarland Theatra. rooms 0 to 4. dRica hours: 11 to 12 o.m.: 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. alid 7 to, 8,30 p.W./,-Phoaes: Otfico 760; Raoldeaco 4a�. JltBSt 8,. Phoaa 1494, . \ bH. J, B, LOVBIUNQ, Physlcaln and Surgeon, X-Ray MUlpment Ottlca and resldenca, 812 3r(I Ave, soutk.-Ilours 11-13/ l-U aad 7-9. Talephono day and night 1242. 296-0 DR. G, W, LBECJI, M,D., CM,, Physl-cjvx and Surgeoti. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldgo. Phono 889. Residence llll 6th Arenue. PhOao 1007. Office houijf: 11 td 1M5; |1.30 to, 3.0U; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1,30 to'3.00. DOCTpB MARTIONY-rAt Cardsto'n.. Physician and BurKooh. Actouchouv. Office In tho Wood and Woolf Block. PJjone Day and Night 135; Olllca alsS In Cardston Pharmacy.' Phone day 3. 36-� obntAl DrAwT^Simiikie � .M.O., C. M. EYJB, EAR, N08B AND .THROAT. BPtCIALIST. Office rooms; 121-123 New, P. Burns Building, Corner dth Ave, and .2nd St Easu Calga.y. ' Office i;honi>M2848 Eesldon^ Phone M2077 Interna acd Hb.isa Surgooa. :Manbatt�a Bye, Bar. Nose and Throat HospitisI; New -York City. l�ll-1914.  pecialist to Calgary Boiioel Board 274-21 fisheries and the food* controller." NQTMREALWAK Monday evening held rf siic^ssfuV skating party nt McLaren's^MtUs, Mri^. Burns was hostess aad biajde av6ry-body welcome. Al^|iit > seveiity-flve were present, it waa a doHglttfttV moonlight tevoninB.ftThe Ice' waj Jti splendid condition fenftthe'Old Man ^ river. There were avfew*^profosalonaV New York, Jan, 23.-tiMany after- and dmateur ufiri'i/rmers'upon thip^ice i noon papers'yeaterdaj; carried ai� Item wnich excited the interest'o( the'on-(from London which reiid:' ' " '' , lookers consideriihly. The >�dlao re-, "London, Jan. 22.-Throe ^boy�,i all iiUziJd $2P.OO. . ' under 16 years old, moalhors of the; The moniber.s ortbo Baptist church nr�w of the British )�uMr4roaduauRht t and thoac ot the Prosbyterlan cbtirch, Warsplte, were arrastodj^tpdayfcharg-l have decided to continue the a unWn' cd with Betting that Veasjil afire." .Some papers carried >;^e explano-'l tioh that the Warsplte plpyed a prom-' inent part In the Jutland, naval battle; that although l>adly damaged, she managed to reach port, biit evidently contlnao thevunidn' .of ln.a two churrhe* (Or another yaar The Jinnual nieetlni,>( the union church will be hold'fon xW^daesday ovenlnp. A flminciat'report, irtU be read and aha the ^rcvorts'f^om t|�e two divisions of thp,9hurch relative Kbe was ot no further use, 4itd ^asj to the union, it Ih''generally''und i ) .'Justice Hazeu, DRAYiNG or All KiiiilB WestcrnTransfcrCo. . . LIfiiHtd V'rqss-C. p. R. FraigM l8�is ante or.Royar College o( Pental S^^ gvons Toronto and holder ot a Doia> iBlot) Denul XertifiUta: Offico: rooms 6-� Bryan Block. Phone lOTj. UR. L. T. ALLBN-DBNTI:iT. V8UC' eessor to Drs. Courtlce * OUchrlstl. , Graduate o( University ot Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phono 'IH6, Lothbridga. Alta. ' _I bRB. kARtta, Am kARRS-biSNT' Ists. SBccessors to Ori. Stewart aad McOAura. Hoars 0 to I. OtBco: lUg-labetham Block. Phpa* 74. � . . bB. h. Q. diUMdMlii-bbNflSf: aiaaibor. of Royal Colleca ot Bur-gtoaa. (BBS.) LieoBtiate Royal Col' togo ot Fhystclaas (London) L.DS. 18C0. Hoars 9-tii. \*. Ottlca C-8 Hlg-inbotham Block. Phoaa 1616. Fit; T. W, e^Sl-OANtlST. OilAUfi-ate North Wastern Deaitel Uaivers> Uy, Chicago. O((lo� phoaa 711; res-Id'-nco phone 762. OfUoea. Unioa Baak Building, _CMIROPKACTQKa bMITU � BMl'm-UVHUM SMlTk aad June B. Smlth.-^-K you are sick and want to regain health, uko spinal adjustmente and get well 0((ice In residence. 903 7th Avo. S., opposite, Uodelr Bakery, hours k.30 to 6, 7.to 9. Phone 1677. MU8IC _ UISS AlLBfiN-nr. JONBS^Planofortc Blaying and Theory: supervision of H, C. C. Salmon, One Knndred per. cent, of pupils entered (or the ai-aminations o( the R^yal Academif and Rsyal College o( Music, London, Ba.. laal- year wera successful. Studio, 623 9th Strest South. ~ MRS. W.' A. JOHN^O^-TBACHBtt Of'. Plaao, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teachinf espejlepee. ^Studio (ully equlgiped with blackboard, keyboard,'scale ladder, mod-alaUng board, etc. Stttlto 122S &ta Ave. A. South, ' '^. Wo ealr (4r aad dallror goo^a 410 (th. Straakaoath; Phone 824. � _ , ni-rlB Ebb WINO.' tha '\Ta�ar:' pressiag aad rapatrlag.- l!l|h , . work at lowast prioaa. PalWaiirMa.; Ill 7tE.'flt 8. Phoa* IPU. 2IM4 i BLECmiCAIi KNGlNEBR PaMmet�v.'> IL B. MolLYKA. / BiootMbal ^_ . . romos ud'autelUiSlS&^SSir' CoBsuitaUoBs ojB all kla�a ol olaa^^ . ..trloal work, 1U4.4^ Av�: a Phoaa llA MSI. � , , -i-Zf.'-i ."i �;.:.r";;,":'- � � ;,;,'.,'S,i^'7/." .;...'rr^t=a'!,� jfi\ELECTPlCAL 47293?31 00388126 ;