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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR .WKDXESIMV, .MJVKMHKll fjeralb BlDcrta IA 1 LY ft N O WEEKLY tubvcrlpUon tolly, delivered, per' >oIlY, delivered year VMIL-IT. br mall per .....rmiOL por year President and lohn ..Torrance u Business IfaaaC" Dates.of expiry o[ suuscJ-ipllona ap- aalljrl da address Accept' uqce uapen alter eiplratlon lur authority! lo'cosLlniK _____' I THE PROGRESS 3F THE WAR x has aiibarcntly >nco more regained control of the illuatlon In Russia and win, be able lo re-establish his government in Pct- .The Majlmaiisls ero said lo lave already been defeated -TO the .-Hpllat. has evidently.been llile to'retain tie support of Ibe maj. Wlty-of-the people and also of (be may; The'British have completely re- pulsed strong German attacks in Flan- vrllicb were calculated lo relate captures and break tho now tinB: established last 'week by the Brillsif.' WELCOME TO THE PYTHIANS LBlhbridse stretches its glad hand 'of welcome to the gallant Knights of Pythias, and KnUbLs-of. KhorasEan. >Wp do not believe they could hive lonnd a city In A.berla jrhere 'conrli- UOD'S. are more perfect lor their FmU_ Ceremonial, and i "more hearty greeting would be M- _ Mended- The Pythians are. araoug our finest clUiens. We are jglad they are ,'wllli we hope thelr'stay will can? nblhlnB.-but pleasant memories city and Us people. ACAINST ALL PARTICIPATION INfcfHE WAR Montreal. NOT. A.-0- .Ethter, late Liberal metttjer-for Two Momi- last ntgtit a pledfee br wfiich'te declares that, if ie is tlitted. he wfll move in Parliament, "ML wllJ vote for-lha .reoeal ol-'tbe 'the pirty an, altl- further'says that he is op- .Tolunlaty enlistment to la.the T.ar.. voices the view the bulk of Liberal candidates in Qaebec. -.Tfeey "tndfrr'.thit the will arid pot Canada' the war. EUaier has lalXed the .sairi'e way. before and so have hla col- Are him or against can decide Vhea you mark roar ballot on December delay and ppbjbls defeat a Kterendum policy. MR. ELTON'S DECLARATION H. Elton, lite all l Liberals Is sdrairer otSlrlVHWd l-aurlfr be wanted to stay Wllli Ilie old chief; tan, i Throughout Canada there thousands jus( like Elton. _lt Is hard wrench to the beloved hwd of" tbe party. LlbersU aeree that Sir Wilfrid U sincere; they tbat be is a loyal Canadian and he has served Canada and the Kmplre nobly and irMJ for mjjiy years. HecOK> nitons these tenures in connection with the old Chieftain's career it Is that much more difficult to differ with him. This a critical time not only in the life of a catfon? but in the lives of men. A great war la raging and great are at slake. must, true, to ourselves, resyecl our convictions and recognize the dic- tates of our conscience. No one manor no one parly should draw us aw'ay from doing what we feel to be right a Hi In tho best Interests of our coun- try, and our much valued democracy. Others may not see the situation na do and they .are. undoubtedly sin- cere In the course they Those of us however, who feel'the "war Is tie uppermost issue and that all our energies must be directed towards winning the war, belleVe union of lha parties Is most desirable at thLa mo- mant. Conscription has been abhor- rent to us all in the past and even Is today, bnt Ve realiie the need, we un- derstand the dangers and we know that the fate o[ the world's democracy is gt stakej and so we believe it U ivlse and- pVoper to bring every re- source in mau power aud wealth, lo our country's defence. Undoubtedly It is for these reasons that Mr. true.Llhfiral ruin waria adnlrer_of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, finds it necessary 'to supporter of Union government. .Mr.'Elton Is'Very honftsl In declar- attitude. [le had been oppos'- to Union.government.and had said 60 bnt when itoHu-sisn slluatlon cnA the developed to 5ncli menacing 'proportions, ha. eaw Uiat Canada ;muit throw every reMUrcg Into ".the war that It was.b.5t to do so' lirongh. a Union Eovemment. Mr.-Elton has done much for'patrlollc causes since the began. He has Sacrifice .lime and money and now in hia'.deslre. Ills conntry aa be he aacriflcu hia party and bis. leader for the ID" or- der to glie Onion loTemment an op- rnenl has a new poljcy.' Tbat policy promises tbe enforcement of tho Mili- tary Service Act and the conscription of wealth'.'Thal Is the Issue ami ye must'decide whether we are-'golog lo backup our mfu with feluforctmean Ihrousli the Uilltary Servke. Act, or desert theui by'allowing a. referendum dtfeit clear rase o( backing up tba or giving up the line we have beeu holding In France aud Flanders. I- .The ChJcajo Herald says Senator La Folleita will eo down the ases 'Hun-wept, llun-houorcd and Hun- osi nothing says Bour- issa In his paper, "ihau lo assist Laur- ier In 'jpfeliliif the government of national treason." Is aealnsl participation In Ike war, and] It nlusl be recognized as slgutficant'that be Is supporting Sir WiUrlil Laurler aud his policy in Ibis have treat- PICKED UP MAN Cily Victory BoujF. The Cauailian Onler.uf fSOO.OOO to. ilie Vlctorj- Loan. John MeCormsek, ol Mines is llfcely lo oppose D. D. Mai-Kcuiie, Lauricr Liberal lu Victoria X.S. Six Ottawa v.er? with ami bacon The treo rale policy on catlle auil is cm weil di1 fartuers both Esst aud West. Twenty-two 'Imes as murb timber has beeu destroyed by fire In Urlllah ed Bourassa as 'a nieniCQ lu tlie past Columbia aa has bceir cul liy lumber- and we so consider turn now. CAHDSTOiV Our Own Cardslon, NOT. first sub- scriber to the Victory Loan In Card- ston, was Mr. Frank Low. irlio la In bis '.country's sorrlce orerseas. He Is tha son of Mr. J. one of Cardslon's most progre'ssiTfl .farmers and one of the vice presidents ot the U. F. A. bere. ilessrs. Frank and Edward Low, enllllcd iu the Medical C.OTBS last spring and have since been transfer- red lo the tlgoltag arm-ef the service. This Is a splendid example to all at home. Those ivho fight and payare cer- faluly setting the pace i for all at homo none should refuse boys will of Canada and Ur fight and tueu place all-lhelr surplus pay In Ihelr country's they mean to win the war. The tlrst- lady at 'Cardstoh to sub- scribe lo tie loan la. Sirs. Talitba Carl- eon, who was (leaving '.lor the. Slates on the Saturday morning's train no applications were on hand and the sample sent the local postmaster, Mr. O. W. Bnrl, was procured former EO she could dp her bit before going" south on a T13II .for tbe, winter. The'lsdiea will doubtless profit by her good ex- ample. Still they ara always; more willing lo do than arc Iba men, whe- ther. the Dominion EOTernmenti'gtTes them a vote or'not" An Accident at.HII? Spring Mrs. Dewey Smith'ahd child suffered serbrely from Va run- accldmt'on Sunday last The family -was driving in to. for Sunday service's'- when an auto cama in behind tho team II to start oil on a- run throwing. the lady and chili from th'e The iabe'5 arm was. brofceir land Sirs. SmIUi- hid ber dfslo- catiou. Both were hurried Card stoa end their Injuries- .alleja'ded 10 LIBERALS' AND s UNIQN 'CSOVERHMENT 1 belter reason-, could .be offer- Ad for Liberal E upper I of Union Gov- ernment than' lie 'Ccllowins 'excellent I'litemeDt, tbe Wooflslock SCD- the men Trho arfe In cabinet men are supporltng It, there -no 'need Cor any .Liberal to for endorsing Ihe new Union The Liberal U not called Lo Bicrtfice ot hi5 Llb- eraliam. 'Jin to change (cJTFards the gflreriimeal Tie 'IJberil (hs Union gOTensmfnt Blmply facing the Tacls ol the ellaa- tlbn, as Mr. Fielding inn oUiera have _ faced them. The great Uct thtl '.Canada must do her share for the wln- nlng of the war, and thai nothing lees utmoat can be accepted as her share. The new government hay -'bwa formed for the purpose pJac- Inf. Canada ID the position of pulling .foilh her utmost eJforL Ail olher con- ilderaLlona are secondary, BORDEN'S MANIFESTO Borden's second manl- 1 leflo makes It clear that weallb be'.conscripted and was worth while fusing If for DO other reason Iban I pojnt cerlsln. H Is also In Its clear cut declare- (hat the policy Is to carried fi. delay. Listen lo thla; j says Sir rtobert, lhal In Ilia national cmerg- necesslly for with 'the fc'Mrtlnifitir-'thitptiblle.deparlment neasnrW UiatSna' .Vhlch will 're slnce'.lt fcanwla will -HE ISSUE IS CLEAFl'AND STRAIGHT Union lorernmect Is not confined.lo LturUr Liberals. Tlia antl-wjlr and aaU-conscriptlon forces, no-malter preTlous-partj allegi- ance, don't irant Union. gaTemment a unloo TlctoiT means nt of and he.'BdopUoQ of drastic lieBe eltmMta prefer the-pollcr of lir' It he door, to the defeat of lenrl Bonrusa Is mpportlng tbls pol- cj- oa .list account and no other. No ounUr In the ,Tfar- coald carry coc- on.a ,referendDm, Crutlc war measures must be adopted by the TepresoaUltTes of the rteople. 'hBf know the peril and they mast aa- ame-.the reflponilblllty for dealing Tritb'IL A retereDdum wlll'not com- tat the enemy In.UilB.irBT. U vonld 'Imply pot UB'o'ul of the -war. Tie alncerltj. of many Liberals who IJJD039 Union. gOTcrnment TTB will ad- mit; Their fcltb In Sir Wilfrid lanr- er .-we' fally.- '.anderaUnd.. Liberals, i dMfer .TritK Ihem, hoverer, do BO hecaue they are also sincere and be- lley fee( that Sir Wilfrid's "pol- cT.ia not.hetptul to maln.UlolDi; Can- place at Uie ballh fronl. It Is lard lo break with a leader and those who, hart broXen -with Sir Wilfrid 'did BO from conrlctlon. Tiey dmire the man bat caanot'consclent- oasly accept his pollcr. D. H. Jlclror an eitlmable cltden of haB oeen placed lOjIha leld br'the Lloertlii-.of Mae- eod, btllBTH In Sir Wilfrid and hl9 or lid would not have accepted he'noDilnallon. He has been a COD (slantVLiberal. In the past, tut we do not. bcifere, he wanta-hli con alstencr. fp .carry bin to the point of f wlib his old leader K that lead- er's policy would mean Canada's with- drawal from war. We think Mr. MclTor would find lhal a refcrendut would defeat conscflntlon and that would mean Canada's with- drawal Irani the TolunLary ef- fort limply would not gel Uie reCTullJ to fill np the- gain In oar dlclslonS al the front. Mr. Melvot and Ms friends to Bordm government and demtnd that 11 fhouU oe for 11s sins, fit Canada's part In the Were not at etake. (hit would ha pur attitude', loo... nut can we alford to pimlsh iford'en ly permlUlng a leader enforce comcrlpflon. Mil ralket would ailopl a fa "deftit conicrlplloDr to iaaome pow. i Mje fro would he pun and C'artada, and her .orerseas tlie same tin rred a joint man laving a limb broVen name was not'leamed; >rtde, Steed cnse, Utah, a Steed of Mr. Smith .ie youngMt'son 'of "Mr- and Mrs. W. "d- Smith, Mt. Vlew, and la well known ID Vail the country west. Many frlendi'irlH wish. he yonng people a jour- ney through ilie. Lcc7urtl ProretEor Afoander" has 'been d'e- Ightlng his audiences" all tie past week wllb his forceful Ullu ind char- acter readings given at Tab cmacle. Very roan'y.-haTB AIJ. 13 B uiayornlty cauul- iu Calgary. Ur. J. 1'. :iollor, es-M. P.. Is Ihe Ijaurkr I.lucnil candidate lu Vroveuch- er, Mau. A. f-jruiilo. labor man will lm''a csitdUaie for scliovl trustee la K. s. Albright young Cal- gary has been iu ai.- Iton. The bulk freleht tonuage on the Ori'at Lakes Is (o be mobllired, bTeat- ly ImprorliiE illsuatoli, It Is eipectfl. IJcut. W. T. Wilson, wlio Is report- rd killed In ai-lloii, was n University of Toronto student ol'ms. His par- ents live at Mount lirydees, Onl. The Kood Controller has ordered llio iuutcillnte sale nt Ilie best price availRljta of 10 tons uf Sp.inisli onions which were spoiling lu storage at To- ronto. M. J. Potter.-tor 20 years assistant IHJslumsler at St. John, N.n.! and. 60 years lu The service. Is rellrluK sup- craunuallon. J. S. Flakier moved up to succeed him. Three lCauadlans the laic Major 0. M. ol Quebec, Seret. Robt; Hanna, of Vancouver, and- Pte. James O'Kourte, of Xew AVest Mins- ter here been awarded the Victoria Cross. I -___ Representatives o[ York firms are securing tons of tho finest Lako Sfiiu Buiii-iime His homo is.at are rushed across the Del Bouita. '1 border, double the former prices bclufi Oi-tobcr 1.6, 191T (offereil tho flsliennen al many ol the iSaerathned Cross: larjer fishliis polnls. la a judgment- handed out by the Dominion Hoard of Itallway Com- missioners.the ruling Is given ihnt Ihe, Ihe board has practically po iurlsilic- llori .In regard to 'Jirecting Ihe Instal- lation of a telephone servlcel F. H. -Reefer, K.O., of Port Arthur, is the unionist candidate In Port Ar- Other unionist nomina- tions Include Dr. Blake, North Winni- peg, H. A-.- MacKie, East Edmonlon, J. S. Reid, Yorklon, and Mayor Cowan, neglua, wjll run as labor candidBto in.Norlh. Winnipeg with Lailrler LlberaL endorsatlou. A loss by-fire in the business dis- trict q'l Ingcrsoll, Ont., estimated at abont flOO.OOO. covered-, by Insurance: Tha blaze, originating In the dry goods store and Company, troyed' tho stock, worth 540.001) and bulldingi _-worlh .-.f Bowvnan' SpofUng Goods atorii also burh'rt-wlth" a -iQ33 Of MaJ. Edwin Shepherd, sou of 1'ollcc Magistrate, E. 11. ShcpherJ. of Nlag- an-on-the-Lako, has bceit killed in. ac- Ion. LIcut.-Col. P. E. Illondln. Canadian Postmaster-CenersI, was invested with .to Insignia of (he Commander of Ihe Ueglon of-Honor by thf French gov- A largo and influential fathering of clergy, public and private citizens gathered to extend lo A. C. Boyce, ex-M.P., and Mrs. Boyce "end family a send-off as they left Sault Marlei for Ottawa: 3lr. Boyce wps given a gpld-lieaded and -Mrs. Boyce a ;oM-haudled -umbrella- i llr. Snith.-o'f Sit. view has lust- relumid from TJtah "'with, his private Interviews i given the. professor at his roomi la Wolford Ward RearsanUed' ere was a good'altendnace.of the pec-pie of the Bbore 'named ward re- cently when Bishop Aln'srolth was bonorably released- ed to aislst wltliVine -itipb Priests Quorum and lo the Teniple.Vork when that edifice Ii completed. The new BlBhoprfc was duly eel apart by Preildent Eider" J. after lie rota of feeftlnee.ot the people assembled.' ;'Mr.' Arthur W. Pltcher placed .'as Bishop Messrs. Joseph Nel EOn, Jr., aa LTs .aseislants.. The Sunday School waa-also reor ganlzed .with Mr. Jobn-A.'Jobansen as luperlntendent with Measrs, vAIonzo LAinti and David Pilcher as asslsl- In _... Alonzo Lamb who'.has'been z very elficlent aid lo the retiring Bishopric In this Important position: Tie next will be (he building of a new place meeting nt Ihla burg and its hare" Ue neccsiary puih to make this a. saceesa-all arc assured.' Beet wlsheg. of 'the people tbroujhout the Alberta Stake will go bolh tbe new the retiring of- flceri.' First Subscriber FrMk volunteer of the Army Medical Corps subscribed 'for the rirsl Victory Bond. Mr. Low Is 20 years of age. .B. -Mr. W. W. voted as'lie Ward Cleric, succeeding Jlr. your irelcoiue parcel yes- aud I thank you rery nnicli for it.-We .f.iil. Quite a march Inh i' with lull and Ihen got oa the train. We didn't know where we were going but rode all night until 6 In the morning. Wa put 'on our packs again and inarchcM ieven miles to the camp. I was pretty tired wbeu 1 got Ihcre as I didn't Bleep In Ihe night were ;o prowd1 ad. in the train. I went down town and when I got back thoro was a par- cel for me. My eyes were as big ns If 1 na'dn't ate anythlns for a I had to hare something but of thai parcel. All the olher fellows .were watching me. I found some candy, cake, gum, sugar, spiks. j passed it all around nnd everybody was chewing, the cake arid candy "were fino. I have Tiecn.iln France a year and this is the 1 hare had. I thank all the Red'Cross ladles tor sending this to one-'-Jlest-regards to all. The Magrath Ued-Cross.are maklog arrangements for a 'day 'to collect scfap Iroa." brflsa old. rubber. This will be arraDged-so thor school'" lie boys can busy nowand'look out for liesQ tildes'and.Ikey tan help the A Tiuinber" of Magrath at- tended the quarterly-Stake Conleren'dtt held In on Saturday and Sundaj-- Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bennlng', of Bow Island are hero Tls'ltlng' Mrs.. Ben- nine's parents, Mr.', and Mre.; Leif ler. Mra. McConcel was In LethbrJdge on Friday. A number of Magralh. people motor- ed lo Cardston on Friday night to ht- lend a party held al, the home of-J. C. 'Cahoon. Among them were: Mr. ant] Mra. Amoa-Pelerson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Chris .and Mrs. Carl Poulsen, Hall and Mra. Jame3 Taylor! Jliss was a visitor In LtlbbrUge on Friday. Mra. Jarpd 'Mercer spent Frlday visltlng friends at'Stirling. All the local teaching staff attend- ed the convention held, a f LethbrJdge last week. Among; Ihfim were: J. Mercer, J. Earl, 'JI. .Ilead .and the MUses Snow, Davis and SuUierland and Mrs. LeaTltt. Mrs. Ulchtleld. of Taber, Is In town, lie gncsl of Miss L. Hall. The Red Cross lunch rooms vyef> n charge of Mrs. Dennlon, Mrs. J-.'H, Bridge, C. Harker, Mrs..N'. Dial ill and Mies Cook on Saturday even- ng. Over Jli was tho'sum cleared. MAGRATH (From Our Owii ComippndeTit) NOT. Is not- ed (dr.Joins Ihtngi up right and has done a treat many good things In day and wheo It comes In (ho I'airoIUc line she can't Last week the loctl branch of the Retl Cross money (o the prorlrrelal office, And thty In turn foru-arJcd U to lot head office In Toronto la'lmr a motor !o bo oreneas for Ihe alcJt and wounded lo he known "Magralh ambulance." Thlr> ambulance'will cost In the ncleh horhxod of A letter of thanks and congTiilulallon was received by the Mr. Sjeele, thanking till! Mai-rath people for splendid coVitfibijHon. Tl Dtith ftccurred on Sunday after- ntXin'or Jarnea Clarlt, the H year oM tin- nt V, "UsfCtiirXe, ot thin place. The fad been for tejr ilaya Tlio funf-ral trill be ail dile, )j f, r'unce.'.lir. Syenttt. eijjslecl In i -i- 370 Wether S60Ewe 370 aged and 380 3'yrs.; and older. ALL GOOD MOUTHED.. EWES FOR SALE afc large Lambs are Purebred Shropshire and Oxford Bucks. N. The Felger' Co. Ltd.-: .Box 940 Telephons R 411. Victory Bonds A Safe Investment RNS 98c tack WHILE THEY LAST HAYRVHARDWARE CO. .THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Every Owner of a Mason Risch Piano Is a persistent, enthusiastic for the'instrument.-This is one of the'impbrt- ant; reasons Mason Risch. Pianos, are soveasy lo so safe to buy. Mason Risch Pianos Ale-sold to you direct' "From Factory to Hofne" .throughout twenty man- ufacturer's branch stores" you the factory -profit which must be ackled to every middle- man's cost. BAUMQRAL BLOCK RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST 3 LETHBR1DGE Are Year ChDdrea LeamlDg to Save OF CANADA' Each maturing "son arid have a personal Savings' Account fn the Unkm Bank of to save training'In how-to expend money Such kn education In thrill and saving -will prbvV [nvaluabta In. later LETHBalDGE BRANCH) A, F. S. CAHD3TON BRANCrl F. V. Minigfr BARONS' BRANCH J. Bla'clwUdr M.'nager AUCTION SME Unreserved AUCTION SALE Of Farm Stock and Implements On Tuesday, NpyemBef 2Qth AT ONE'O'il.OtK SHAftP .'J.ME j HORSES: 1 black marc, 1600 IbS.f 1 eorrfel marc, 5 yean old, 1500 Ibs.; ,1'jrey 'marc, years old, 1605 1 'any marc, 8 yea ra.pfd, 1600" Ibi.J 1 W niard', 7 years ofd, lldA ISs.1 '1 lilack ,6 marcs and gcMlngs, from 4. to 0 yeanold, wttih.U frpm.lOOO (id IMP CATTLE: cowl mflhlnK, 3 Jo rears old, bKil la Shorlliorn hull; 2 2 j'eirn oMr'S heifer calvw; I'yborthorn Durham bulU 2 duo lo tu freBli atioitlj-; ii foils, .inm 3-1.0 1 and doc lo bcu fresh In March anil 'April, 'fheis cavi arc o( dairy lypp. Dnd ate good onca; 1 heifer, rlslfg- fciilicrs, rlalng i'jcifn olil; 1 licltcr calrej: 3 tlter bull, 3 years old; 1 llofstdn bull, ruing old. i slacker; 2 bull 1 1 In Did Cut- throw; 1 ha; rock; J'itl iron harrowrf; 1 net of team liarneai; 1 potato j.lanttr In'Vorklni'urder; .1 Jlrncrjon julhy plow In raite; I double I Ai (he hit '-i a -farm In B.O, Yviryth'lnj will bt v E. ECkLOFf, Owner FARM STOCK IMPLEMEffs At ihy'fani N. W. 2U-20, 9 rnkk, MHitfc Lethbridge and 6 qiilcs wutb wett vMONDAY, 12 mllcli iclfara. rising 3 'yean lioKe'tl to lie IK calf; 3 lielfcr calves; .6-ileer liull, 2 years old. ..I, 1 bcavy team of gelillngs, 9 nnil. ID old; 1; hoii'j' iriare, 6 years old; 2 light .mares, 5 ami C years v pony; i 2-Vcaf old filly; 1 mafclieil l.iaro old; 1'lea'm of 'nonr marcs; S year oUj 1 fllllfj 1 pure brtnl Clyde rtiare, 10 years old; 1 pure CWKo yeafs old; 1 p'tirc 'bred horse 5 months baTy rndfc, "Id, welgl'l 1300; 1 son-cl ninrc, 3 ytan- old, weight. 1350; m.iro, S old, weljhl. pnre Suffolk Eunrb J y'tarn In-roal, Weight 1 nmre' and colti 3 ylari old, we'Wit brown coll, J'yftfS'qld; wefebt laCo; i hay intirc and coil, 7 year! weight lilOOj 1 8 jt'sra old, weight 1100; 1 lirown mare and coll, S'yVafs'ofn', weljh't IDOOi'l" toy gelding; 6 olil.-WelgtlC 1COO; t Erey.goldlngv.S 1 tcafn Drown goldlngs, S 'Ana 9. fMnt'Ud, 1 team niHlcljpd'.browrt geldliig.i, 6 Wight-' 2800; l.black Tercheroii iiiBre', ired-I'mhcron efalKon.j) yenrd ohl, weight 17liO lli.i.; Ipalr'go'.il- 15-ycara old.'Veieht SOOOf 1, coll, 'J.ye'j? bfdpiZ .li ZV 4 lulndfe iva-goa Alnuejr-innli ..lied iliMl; I gang plow 12-lnUi'iifuMliH.npd trijiik'' er faol'toi'ni; 1 John gang plow. 14-inch bottom; U breaker bollora; .1 6 h'.p.; .1 ganolhie cngliieV 1 LONCK Xf-WOON, ;