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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE sra THK -HATT-T IIKRAI.O MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1917 S.1MU IIIAT HWED HER CLEAN FIGHTERS! THEY CAN'T BE 8E.4TEN! Thai's wtiat we proudly say if rfur gallant soldiers and sailors. We can say the s.rne o our ioods-lhcy cannot be beaten lor value in themarkets of the world. Be sure and buy Canadian-made soap. Suelitht So.p Ts .ciao-Ieiled by Ezperts lo' Ihe IliSb.it St.ndsrd of Snip Quality ESciencr- GUARANTEE OF PURITY ON EVERY BAR LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. TORONTO Barons, Nob'.cford. Carmangay Vuican Buill Up Uy Rich Farming Districts (Fron 13 -H will lie Interes IDE to iciav of our readers to be ad- vised of the wonderful advance'-ncii whlcli has come alraul In many of Iho districts Ihroushout the ot Alberta in Ihe last couple ol lllsli prices of grain and farm pro- duels generally have been two ol he great (actors In pushing these dis- tricts lo Ihe front. Many of our read- ers will also realize the difficulties whirl! I'fve- been met by tho older tet- llcrs In Ihcse districts who came in [rom many olher parts, anil who went through Iho pioneering stages with nniy ifn.itcil means lo bsndle Ihelr land wllh. It meant to these pickers ard v.ort end long hours In order lo ei'ds meet, until such lime as cv were able lo gather enough o'und Ihcm in order lo make their ailing easier. U Is only Iheso men bo iavc eone ihraus'i the p oneer- stages who can re.illze what these .editions are. These settlers, at many of them, knew what was bead They knew the land which er hid taken up would be of value ouio day. and tier knew lhal ti they aved wilh il ions enough, and farm as II should be farmed, that lu the nd all would come out as Ihey had [shed. When we couie lo realize the uality of the soil in many of Iheso istrlc'ls throusbout this Province, in omparlsou wilh tho lands which have -oduced boundless wealth, and which ands caunot compare with the lamls n some ol our districts, It is lime wonder lhal today we have such boandless prosperity In our midst, and car In mind lhat Ihe prosperity which bese districts'enjoy has been reahzed mm. mi 'New York, Oct. Eteamship Ysoeldllk, ef 6SOO Dutch gross; caught flra today In the Hudson river off Hoioien, N. J. A large part of Ihe fire fighting apparatus 'of Hoboken Tras summoned to the walerfronL The i vessel is one of the largest in Hoi laud's freight Eeryice, snd is owned tie Holland American line. Tt Ii ne of the fleet or Scandinavian am )ulch ships tied up various Amerl an ports pending federal inquiry t elermine the destination of Ihe car ;oes under the American embarg- cl The Dames In a hold In whic frails and vegetables ar Lored were quickly brought unde control, but It was discovered tha he Bfe had eaten lls way through mlfchead into the coal bunker, an ;ho firemen laced the prospect of ions'flEht. hntapered by gas-fume The sblp lies a-conslderable distanc off shore. Repaireil Rocker Grates and Giears lor All Kinds of Traction Engines. We manufacture and In rtsck Deep Well Pumps, Roll Grinders and Plate Grindsra. G. KISCHELL Lesjee of the Lelhbrldgc Iron lAUCTIQN SALE EitraordinarfPoiers KOCHOX, Qrs., March 2nd, 1915. "I luvo received the most wonderful benefit from UVLnj 1 suffered foe years from inil change at lift, and 1 look every rcmcJy obtainable wilhout iwultj. I IricJ "Fruit-l-lives" nnd il only medJcino that rtally aiJ megwd. Now 1 am entirely well Hhou Bialism disappeared, and the ler rible, luins In my body are ill gone. I hope that others, who suffer from surh dislioislng diseases, will try "Friita- MiD.ini 1SA1E HOCilON'. 50c. boi, 6 for J2.W, trial slit, 25o. At all dealers or senl postpaid by Fruity l-tivai Limited, OlUwa. tlvlltes of Ihe men who handle this laud, and Ibey are Ihe real estate men. These men have. always a good word lo ssy about Ihslr dlsirlels which means'S lol. as II is continual adver- llsing that Uicy give a district. These men are causing the buying nnd sell- ID5 at this land all the llnic, and they create a movement. Take for instance Uie business which has teen Irans- Hcted In land In the Vuican district (lie last lew years. Mr. Arthur Milch- ell ol Ihe firm o[ Arthur Mitchell Co. nt Vulcan, Informs us that during Iho last year Just ending they hnvo sold a lltile more (ban 45.000 acres ot lang In the Vulcan district alone This firm has been dealing In this district practically and (Conlrlbuted.) Oct. (he singing of Ihe Nallooal Anthonl and a social hour, vheu Ihe ladles c! the Prceby- '.erlan and Methodist churches lu Macleod scrveii dainty refrcshiwnls to Ihe vlsltlug delegates. Ibero was broushl 10 a close Thursday evening, Oct. ISth. one of Iho most Euccesslul and Inspirational conventions of Christian Workers ever held In Soulh ern Alherta This convention was called by Iho executive of Iho Southern Albcrla Y P. S. S. Association of the Jlethn 1st church, for Ihe purpose of effect ng a federation ot the forces of tho Melhodlsl. Presbyterian and Daptls hurches In Ihelr Sunday school and people's work. Dolega'lcs were i nvlted and urged to allead from all ho organisations ot Ihe-o churches In his territory. A total of JS delegates reglslercd, 35 from outside tho lown ot Macleod. Ilev. Dougfas II! Teller, M.A., U D., of Carmangay. was elected president ot Ihe convention nnd llev. John M. Fuwcctt of Cbaldnlc. secre- tary. The whole of Thursday morning was given up lo Ihe discussion of tho proposed federation. Tho Methodist srganlzntlon has been In eilstonce for ten years, and It was thought best not to disbaml this organization, but rather lo form a somewhal similar or- ganlzatlon In tbo Presbyterian ranks, Ihese lo carry on their denomina- tional ncllvlilcs as outlined by Ihelr hlchcr authorities. Tho convention unanimously ap proved of the EChcmo of federation as assented lo hy Uio provincial gainer of Iheso churches. Federalion fol Constipation Relieved by Food MAJI vis pnmded with ttw weapon to flght lion right in bis food. The weapon Is the natural waste in the cereals. doctor will tell you that the long muscular digestive tube is precisely designed to be in- cited to action by means of waste, and Dr. Jackson'i Roman district practically exclusively, anu x..-.......... have spent nil of their'lime In forg-1 MmmlttcJs were appointed in-tbelr district ahead, and they havolovrs: o be consratulaled on the amount of Preshyterlan Clmrch-nev p. It Al M _ j___ -him. Inn .Pnlnrnsin! llnv H_ H. Kerr. OKO e src lnB the period of only eight or nine ears which is undoubtely a record, he province of Alberta offers an op- portunity lo the selller which Is not iu excelled by any other country IB world today. Tho man who has trav- in other countries, and WHO knows land and conditions when he sees them will tell us that, and we have got to those on inc. outside have to admit lhat we have Ihe banner province. Wlicn you lake Into consideration land that has been farmed only such a short time, and In cases.only one and two years which will product! all the way up to silly bushels ot wheat per acre, and even more than this, and will produce oni hundred bushels of oals and even more, as well as all.kinds or vege tables In abundance, and furthermore there Is not a slone nor a brush, no any bad land lo contend with it prove the facl lhal the pioneer knew wha was ahead ol him, and he knew Inni a few years' bard work and long hours would bring him Uie prosperity which ha was looking for, and which In many other countries it has taken many years lo collect. Just think ot the ad- good they have done; They have broughl many now settlers In. and al- so Into (he lown of Vulcan. The land n these districts has not yet reached ta proper value, and prices will ad- for some lime to come, and 'in- il values reach In the neighborhood of 5150.00 to 5175.00 per acre, and In ome cases possibly niore then'Ibis. The opportunity is better today In besc districts lhan'lt has ever been on account of the fact lhal Ihey to- day ore offering the facilities for bel- cr farming, anil also Ihe facl lhat there is now sufficient capital behind :hem to push them ahead. This is Question Now Being Asked as .Result of Re- cent Air Raid years vancement which has been brought about In tbe soulbern part of. this province during Ihe last sli years .on- ly Take for Inslnnce Hie districts of Quebec, Oct. In "air Interview, here on Saturday, Hon. Albert Sevlg- ny minister ot Inland revenue, affirm: ed Lhat Sir Wilfrid Laurler committed a crime In refusing to unite .the two great races that live In Canada.. By his altitude and .lhat of his members, who wanted lo save the'fr skina nnd not their honor, Iho French-Canadi- ans, who were a bravo people, had been made lo appear a race ot cow- ards, he said. If I-aurlcr had accepted union, there would have been prompt ECtllemcnl of the Ontario and Mani- Is in dnigless; nutrilwn 'food. Kith the proper, of nitunJ It poiilivel; constipttioa pc m return your BODSJ. ROIBU Heal Ii coinposed at entire berries of wheat and rye witi ihui bnn and flu teed (rendered mbsolutelj Uste- lesf "tni odorless by elec- Reman different from 'ordinary brin-foods. The Irri- tilln! effect ol bran used tloue; vtuch. uuf causs latesliul utlrrh, is'comiter- icted in Roman lieal by Ike sooth- Ict effect .of the lu- bricates the diges- tive trict Do not tlir Romu Heal porridge except mirirfg mill And water, or you positively spoilit- Roman Meal re- fauns allot the natu- ral, food and all of them are net JH. Illstheovpositeet. tto UgUj milled utttl food. Aours which ue robbed o( their precious blood rctubttinf ulines, tha food dements known I The United Stttei Gorera- Bnl's Uulth Service will uat jou a most booklet written by three weU-knora ficienllstc. Their ahow the imporuuiM of fuU- foods. Just write a letter uil ask for booklet entitled, "Bind is a Food." cents ud Addreu your erintendent of Gov- eraaient Printing Office, WLShlncton, D.C." ?fnea yoa han Hid this booklet you will reilizeh'ow1 precious Roman Meal, the whole lood will be to yea. At all poccn. Vulcan, Champion, Carmancay, Bar- ons and Nobleford. .Not more than eight years ago there were no railroad facilities, and hardly a town, but lo-li." E toba difficulties. VInslead of rising lo the height of.ihc said Mr "Sir Wilfrid Laurler gave ot his prestige, and his In- London, Oct. 22 admitting the. eilstehco of widespread popular I dissatisfaction over the Impunity with I which' Zeppelins raided England Frl- day night, a majority ol Ihe morning newspapers lake a more sober view [ban that oppressed hy the Saturday t and Sunday papers. Farm Stock ami Implements On TUESDAY, OCT. 23rd ONE HALF MILE EA3T OF KIPP STATION, AT 2 O'CLOCK THE FOLLOWING 'HORSES: 1 black horse, 5 ,ttn old, 1200 blaek horie, yeart old, 1200 Ibs.; i 6 years old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 blue 7 years olil 1100 Ibl. CATTLE: Choice dairy cow 3 cows, milking, 3, 4 and 5 year oldt 1 heifer, Z years old; hei er, 1 year old; 1 heifer calf 1 bill calf! of double team and bridle; 1 ,Ford airt ..nubile, 1915 model; 1 1 Hirrlt binder, nearly new; 1 Sulky plow, nearly new, Martey- Ki'rrls made, with I lumber wzgon and hay r.Miucy-Hx-rls mower; 12 1 irilrle hay; 8 loni Jheif eali; I and other 1 muil be. sold, giving up larm- CASH OAVEY Owner The story of the raid still rather '.obscure and no. official explanation has been given of the absence of gun- re In the London area .or of the es- pe of ihe raiders from England. It s-assumed, however, by thoughtful writers thnt the directors ot Ihe de- nslve system adopted a policy dlc- ated.by clrcumslaiiees and acled wilh'due vigllEnce and enterprise. Wblie ths raiders were not attack- d by gunrird In Ihey were jomhed' considerably elsewhere and here Is reason lo beltove that one ras so damaged that II Iclt England ndar Imperfect conlrol. II Is suggested lhat Ihe aulhorllles ad reasonable grounds for believing hat the Hepnellns would he unable o find London owing lo Ihe darkness and the height at which Ihey (ravel- ed, nnd Iho-firing of guns and the mLIIILLUJ, Illlli HI....-.- day the railroad service Is not eicell ed In any other part of Ihe province, and these-districts today support towns which are considered the most prosperous and up-to-date in the province. Whal has caused It? Nolh- Ing but the good land, nnd the capable and InduBlrlous settlers who. have made their homes there. Tie town of Vulcan today Is admit- ted to be one of the busiest and Iho most up-to-dale o[ them all, and the district which surrounds It Is making the lown what !t Is. The farmers In that district and Iho .business work along cooperative lines, men and fluence to the Montreal dynamiters, lo the Quebec window smashers, and to Ihe opportunists of this province." As a result of his altllude.'the.Que- bec minister said, Sir Wilfrid Laurier now found himself nbandoncd by Ibe best men of his party, and the French- Canadian people were humiliated and demorallied. Mr. Sevigny roundly scored the Lib- erals and-Ihe Kallonaltsts'ln-thls-pro- vlnco for Ihe manner ln_ which they have poisoned public -opinion anrt worked up racial hatred- If Ihe peo- ple In Quebec had nol been misled by demagogues thoy would have shown ell along how numerous In this pro Ihey all have a good word for eacli, are nerocs Buct, as those of the ic. mnm thprn for Iho nattaiion; he declared, and he every confidence.that com- mon sense will eventually prevail and bis province will do her part nobly, regardless of tho sacrifice demanded lashing of searchlights would have revealed tbo target.' only It 19 .known that British airplanes were up In considerable numbers dur- ing the raid, and writers In Iho mor- ning newspapers hint lhat these had much lo" do with the driving of Iho Zeppelins lo France, where Ihe French gunners and whose sklll'ls praised deal wllh them by darllghl. Nevertheless, II Is contended that an explanation Is due lo tho public and ought lo be given preferably in parliament. Tilbury, OnL; Oct. five hundred people, attended the menline held on the raco. courss, of Hi? French. .Roman Calhclte church clc- nienl who.are in sympathy with Ihe Ford city opponents of Hlshop Fal- lon. Manv Profeslanlj also were In attendance, and olso a fair percentage ;of French speaking and Kngllsh speaking Calhollcs, who arc nol sym I palhellc'Wllh the hiovement. Patrick Strong ot Tilbury.was chairman am Gilbert Queerivlllo secretary. Auctlon.tr A T93 asking jthcr There Is no room there lor Iho knocker. In this way these settlirrs are1 gelling every advantage which the land Is offering them. Six years ago Ihe town of Vulcan was hardly In ci- Istence. and It had no money behind o( )iar II. Today II Is a hive of business, and the millions of bushels of number one wheat which have been brought Inlo lhat town from the surrounding farms Is a credit, and those ambitions set- tlers hnve become and good luck to them. They, have pioneered, they liavo gone through the roughest-parls of II, and they are now entitled to what Ihey have obtained, ond hero Is hoping lhat they may enjoy It 11 Is a fine cure for sore eyes and a sad heart to go through lhat dls trlct and get acquainted with Ihesc setlle.ra, nnd out their experiences and see wlial-lhey have around them today. They sel an example lo others, and as Urao goes on others will fol- low them and will help Ihcm lo hold Ihey nave aircauy ioug'nl for. Thero are many Instances In Ihose districts where settlers are able to retire with sufficient, wealth lo last Ihem tor the balance of their days.' Six years ago there was about one- lenth of Iho land In these districts un- der cultlvallon, hut today there Is on- ly about Ihls amount uncultivated, which speaks (or Itself. Each year thousands of acres have been brought iho nlnw. and today It Is pro- ducing record yields of wheat wllh to Iced the ttlllra. Thi; farm- rs In districts are helping lo vln the war. Each day aces new tat- coming In, up-to-dato homes are nrecled, modern In nvery way, anil In a few years only Ihcac dhtrlcls n other parts whlch'havc- been work- ne for scorea of years. hear ol men who have been caller! "Builders of a but there are men In Ihcso dlstrlcla who have produced enough which in proven Ihcm lo be l( Cron, Fevcrlth, Sick, Bllloui, 6lein LHtlo Liver and Children "fruit and nothing else .ck-anscs lender stomach, liver and bowels so. nicely, A child simply will not slop playing to empty the bowels, and the reaull Is, they become tightly clogBt'l with [waste, liver gels sluggish, stomach then'your little ono becomes Ian, Coleman; Itev C. D. Kerr, Oko- loVs; Mr. RohL Patterson, Marlcod Jlrs. A. C. IJryan, Tabor: .Mrs. W. L Hamilton. Lethbridgo; Mr. J. II. Wil kie, Lethbridgo Methodist D. H. Tc! fer, Carraangay; Rev. John M. Fan celcctt, Coaldalo; -Mrs. V. W- King F. T. Hallelt, Nan Ion; Sir W. E. Dean, Carmanga-; Mr Robl. J.' Could, Coaldale. .As there was no representative o Ih2 'Banllsl church present II still r mains for those to be appointed. Re D. II. Teller was appointed convene of the committee until It meets fo organization. The work of this com mlllee will bo lo organize institute on the various charge? c! Iho to arrange and conduct an annual co venllon. Tho Methodist organizallo lendcrert lo lae convention their sum mer school equipment and the contr ot lie summer school. .-Tho assets Ihls.dcparlment total about ?250.( wortii of tents, cots, etc. Their Is lialnlity of .IIOO.OQ .which Uio Iw churches are fo assume and meet once and then the school will pass lo the control Ihe federation co mlttce. Lively discussions, wore a fcaluTc of Uie. convention. Even JJiough the speakers had one hour for each sub- ject trealed they were kept busy over- time answering questions. Rev. John Kennedy of lla-cleod, Icrl us Ihrdugh the hours and progressive power of Iho day o[ Pentecost. Rev. W- F Burns of Lethbrldge, called our attention lo the lack of a real devo- tional spirit In the church, the Sun- day school and Ihe home, and gavo us much food for thought In his practical demonstration ot how family worship can ha conducted in the home In a very short time and still be voicing real worship and lorn of our heaven- ly" Father Hev. Hugh llathcson of Raymond'led us to the thouEhl o[ true arablllon and sacrifice with Moses as the greal example. The convention was favored In hav- ing Iwri specialist present In the per- sons of Rev- Dr.'A! J. W: Myera, as- sociate sccrelary of S; S. ar.d.-Y. P- work of Iho'Presbyterian Kev. J P. Wcstman. field secretary for Albcrln and fl- C., for tho Mclh- odist church.1 Mr. Weslman conduct- ed very helpful discussions on Mis slons, standard efficiency' lesls, and a wider and more complete program for tho young people of all ages. Dr. Myers gave us a thorough drill Ing In organization of classes and schools and the Importance of a defi- nite objective before every teacher and class even- year. Ho also gave such a clear and forcelul .demonstration ,and explanation of tho grided les- [sons lhal one delegate said she had never believed In graded .lessons bo- lore, but she surely did now. The evening meellngs were bright cned by tho splendid Junior choir of girls and the solos of Miss Paulino Lewi! and Mr. Russell. The hospllal- Hy of Uio people of Macleod who BO plcndldly cnlertalncd the visitors and welcomed them EO hearllly was very much appreciated by all. Mr. K. Scru- Toronto. CuUi: Ncrtk No Twfc CAISER IS STILL VERY UOASTFUL Amstcdam, Oct. Wil- iam haa sent to Count Von Ilocdcrn, he German financier, a telegram of conHr.iluladon on Iho Ecventh war oan. It eays: "I am highly at Ihe splen- did result ot Sio subscriptions lo tho seventh war loan and 1 express to all concerned nearly thanks ond con- KiUl o( a fired aim before the eyes ol Ihe world, tho whole German'people'elands In Iho fourth year of tho war at Ihe sldo of Its heroic sons In tho'field ond be- hind the imperial government and the army command, ready for sacrl--' lines of blood and treasure until Ihe honor nnd freedom of the falherland Is assured against Ihe nssault ot Its enemies In superior force. "May Ood bless all lor their fidelity nd sell sacrifice by the happy, od-: concerned nearly llianns ana uun- gralulallons tor Iho successful work, vantage ol our peace... WF, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at oiu- farm, eight, miles south of Lcllibriflgc. About 100 head of choice cattle. About 20 heart of workhorses.' About -10 heart of 3 and 4 year olrt horses, Nearly all broke to.work. 25 or 30 yearling aurt 2-ycar olds. Choice lot of sows aiuV-pigs. Machinery, etc. FULL PARTICULARS AND EXACT DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.( The Felger Farming Co. Ltd. -TELEPHONE R 411 children of oil BKOS and lips plainly printed on of countcrlcllB itolil Hero Uet neipco. 10 rnano inn won.ier.u, Ihe genuine, r.iado by A resolution was passed asking vanfcment In these dlstrlcls, and lhat Syrup Company.' llefuso other of Ulshop Kallon. Is, a whole lol depcrfds upon tho ac- kind with contempt.- Adverllsemfnl There Ihlng of coura. which has lo be considered which has helped to rnako this wonderful ad- ross, half sick, (everlsh, don'l eal leep or acl nalurally, breath Is bad, ystom full ol cold, has sore throat lornach ache or diarrhoea. UoUn Mother! See 11 tongue. Is coaled, then give a tcaairaonful of "California Syrup if and In a few hours all thi constipated sour bile and undl- 'cstcd food pdsscH out of Ihe system. md you have a well, nlayful child Millions of mothers B'VC "California Syrup of Figs" because It Is perfectly harmless; ehlldrtn lovo It, II never falls lo act on the nloraach. llvtir and bowels. Ask your druggist for a fcoltle of "California Syrup o( Figs which full fllrenilnns (or on of Calgary, chairman of Ihe pro federation commllteo present and gavo valuable advlco In ho organization work. A splendid success was Iho expressed opinion of the delegates as they said goodbye lo each olher. Tho federation commltlco will like- ly mecl In I.ethhridgc at tho time of the Boys' Conference, Nov. 8-1I when tho work of thj year will be discussed and outlined. Calgary, Oct. nn Interview given Iho Canaillnn Press, Sir. James Loughced, who Is In Calgary for a short vlall, Mated thai tliwo was no'- any donbl as lo .tlio result of Iho elccllona. lie, predlclcd lhal Quebec would provide n surprise In the etcc- llonn; lhal tho nddltlonal appolnl- la tho Kdnnlc would bo mado nflcV tho nominations nnd before, the clocllons; thit Iho elections will lake placo laic In December or early In January, and lhat HIr James Is not going overaeas.aB mlnlsler of mllllln or In any other capacity. PUBLIC SALE HAVING SOLD OUR. FARM WE WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE, ON SEC. 9, TP. 8, RO. zrf, NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETHBRIDGE, AND TWO MILES NORTH OF WILSON. OCT. 24th, 1917 'Beginning.at ten o'clock the following property, to wit: y OF Eleven head heayy brood marcs, clcht p( which hare, colta by 'sine. These innro arc bred lo n good I'ercheron si a lion and Un ol them supposed lo bo In foal. Four geldlnes; one saddle and. driving six years old, works nny place, n handy maro; ono I'ercheron Slnlli'en, tlvo old, weight 1500 Ihs., a good ysara old, four fillies; three yearlings, Iwo fillies; eight weanling., four Illlles. OF Twenty cows with calves by side; 1 good milch cow, fresh In August; ono dark ronn bull, Indtnn Chief, 111043. born October 27lh, 1015, ri good one; forty yearling alecra nnd heifers; forty I- year old stecn. FARMINQ IMPLEMENTS Two Weber wagons, 1 wllh bushel grnln (ruik; Blorm buggy; spring wagon; 3. EvMn drUU; 3 hinders (SMcCormlcVs and'l John Dcorei; 2 discs'; 2 smoothing harrows; spring toolh cultlvalor, sub-surface pnckor; ono-horso cultivator; lank healer; mimp; aome No 1 commoun lumber; grlndslono; 9. double, acts work harness; double, ncl driving harness; alnglo set driving harness; saddle and brldlo; fprkB; chains; shovels; power horso clipper; and many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD AMD KITCHEN FURNITURE ncJ slcails, sprjngs, nmUrcsses, drcsscre, lables, chairs, Chblc range with 'reservoir nnd warming oven, all tltcbca r-nurn, washing mncnlnp. etc, 4 DOZEN-WHITE WYANDOTTE DOZEN TERMS CASH FREE LUNCH W, H. t. aON 0. H. LEGLEH, Auetlower ;