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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Vm.r.MK x. LCTimilllHilvALHKIVI'A. MONDAY, OCTOllfcU 29, Xl'MUKK 270 ALLIES ARE SENDING AID TO ITAL Y NEW LOAN TO BRITAIN French ;ind British Encounter Trying Conditions in Advance in I'limders BATTLE 1MPOSSIJH-E GHOUND nritlsli J'ront In Ocl. 28. Associated the ilrlvc on Saturday the French were faccil ivltli Irusli troops, bill Ilicy liurlctl Ihcniselvp.i nn Hie cncrr.y with liayoaoLs und TVOJI Hicfr way lo ll'.o Ifn'o which Included bolh Ihcso lages. Tlic advance northward was tearlhrcal.nis lask. 'i'he ground was vile oml LUcr whole reRlon was pitted vKli maclilao KUII nests from which Hie Germans poured a vicious Tire. Tlio on Merckcm was innilo under a tcrrllic fire [rom the German This jilaco lies close lo Ihe lloodeil Washington, Oct. v other advance, of 5Z5.0OT.OTO ff was made today by the Uiiltoil Stales to Great Britain, brlnglne tlio total loaned lhal country thus tar up lo v v o INKODDIW Liberal" Unionists .Join Tories and Will Nominate Can- didate; Shortly (Dy a Staff Maclcod, Oct. consti- tuency Is ouo ol Iho flrsl In Alberta to form a union association of doc- lors lo support the iinton government in Ihls election. 'rtls afternoon, aftor the Liberal anii Conecrvativo conveu- lions or lhc Diorntng hftd adjourned, a meeUng was belli hi luc town hall allentled hy all llio Conser- vative delegates, .the unionist dele- gates lo thc Liberal'convention and few unionist Liberals from tile lowti. On inollon o[ Georgo Hoadlcy, M.L.A., or Okotoks, J. W.-McDonald was un- Jlartejevarl, and tho mud lay Seer i elected" 16'Ihe chair On nil nboul It. Merckem va5 not tion ot A F. oj jiatleod, strongly by (ho enemy, Ijn j w s Gny wa, sccrelary'ol even before thc Frcncli LUC iMolinB. It do tbe German Kail baglin lo shell w (Q -f g lo IMieavily. Tmoush ills barraee o! i. 1q be ridmcd later lilBli explosives tha Pollus floundered bcirer. the 'forward to tlie dry ground In llic out of Uic village aiiil then flunG themselves on Iho defenders with rifle and hayonet. It uaa a compai- short tut luleuso struggle Morckcm and (he Frenchmen-won Ibcir through, runny German dead behind. 1 at Kirpe, Is Mode- on Quartets of N'ewspnper, Kul Litlle Is Found rarls, Oct. police last night searched tho offices of.I.'Ac- (Ion and cf the various headquarters of leagues connected ivUh thai tvcvcapapcr. The search lasted Cor three lioiirs and resulted In the ,discovery .according to this nioriilng's Issue of L'Actlon Krancatse revolvers, one dagger and feu- pistols whkh decorated Iho walls as Irophlca. Charles Maurras, co-direclor of Iho ncwBiiajjer, wllti Gov.-General Is Coming Details ot the program will tc announced laler, Canadians Achieving Further Glory in Flanders London. Oct. Iteutcrs Ottawa frr-m 1-coii Oandel. ears the search _ Y.'asiUriUFh headquarters In France, Hcu- rlfltculous, Jl. .Maurras adtlcj tlic tcr's Bays: ifh'cro tho nssaulllne troops again cam.Q under-a heavy German nrlll- Icry'.IlFO. Kven lliero the Frcncli noxl bit- kept Luyghom was the nUce of. importance here ter slruggls :wna sdeed- -tuyghcm is on tlio road which across the olhorwlsc' Impassable marshes to Macleod consllluencV- II. 'M- Shaw ol Nanlon, a leading linlontBt Liberal, was named as temporary chairman oC the nninii nssoclatlop; and man, J. D; Trull, a .unionist' tlve, was named as, se'cretary. H was decided io hold a'-milonlal conyenlloii in Macleod at tivo.. o'clock on Satur- slntecncnt (hat lie and Uauilet con spired for fffteca years for the res- toration of the monarchy, out always openly, but thai since the v.'ar they haU thought only of France. M. Malvy, 'former nuniater of Ihe Interior, In Iho chamber ol deuutleE, replying to M. paudel'fi accusations of October 4, that Malvy was guilty of betraying secrets to the encmyT declared thai UautloL was attacking the republic through him. Caused Surprise. The" announcement tltdt domiciliary searches vsere made last night In con- nection willi an alleged Hoyalisl plot caused great surprise In Paris [oilny. Tho _ newly established pnpcr Le Pays, day, Novembe and a.CDmmHtee composed '-'of Phichev Creek, Jessu'p., of Nan- Ion, D. J. Grier "pC--Micleod, anil D. J.. Downey of appointed to name .each of the "seven provincial; lil fue Macleod federal riding defy It be held "The slory ol how the Canadians captured the Important vantage point on 1-MsscQCcdac-lc adds another the network of blockhouses. While pressing" uu the slope the men were hip In tbe' bquaU'hing mire. llieir rifles balances on llie-lr slioul- clers horizontally, they slrut'glei] on- wards thus for six hours, until In view of fne impossibility of thc l.ask they were ordered to withdraw and re- turned, lo Ihelr original ayseinbly liue where they were refreshed ivHh hot fare. Then-relnforceinenls -were brought up, tlio waves reorganized and the Canadians advanced again lo face the driving raln- "Yard by yard (he seml-lltiuid was hrcasled, pill box after pU( crjlc to the Canadians' great records. Their objective was u little moFscol- ore! spur 'curving around C-shapecl fre-tn the main ridge. Its capture j liue waa lhc principal achievement nn a hot day of heroic" struggling against tht i Iroi overpowering -elements. "The attacked Ironi directions. Ihelr right pressing alone, Ibe rain- rldjre and thc left working aronnn. towards the Beilevue spur. _._-----------------.........------ These posllioos Jay in a broad EUlly spur was reached and passed. which heavy rains had made Snipes-1 "llLustrallng Ilia strength of Ihe. able, iire'venling the attackers from the troops ready knows llml lie may rely on Ihe altacklng Progress iras j fouBd'fla.ikliig iho raihvay alohs the 'lnosl prompt and fullest support -it Huns The Peninsula Peiroflrad, Oct. Ger- mans have evacuated the Werder ptnlnsula, on the Gulf of Riga, where they made a landing re- cently, the war office announces. London, Oct. already been laktn for rendering the fullest possible assistance to thejtalians. London, Oct. The article is vrlnlcd. conspicuously by Ttc Times "There is reason lo believe thai the critical sltunllon on the Italian Italians Forced (o Evacuate' Gorizin, Is Vienna Many Points Lost AUSTRIANS CLAIMING OVER fiO.OOO PRISONERS ADVANCE CHECKED Rome, Ocl Italians are ch.acklr.rj the advance of the Aus- Iro German troops Into the plains or Northern Italy, the war office Vienna, OcL UaHant have evacuated Gorlzia. Home, Sunday, Ocl. Italian war olfice has issued amended version "of the official statement on operations issued early today. As amended Uic first sentence of the an- nouncement reads: "The violence ot the attack and the failure to resist on ihe part ot eome units forming our second army til- (owed ihe Auslro-Cermau forces lo break Into our left wing on the Julian This reraion eliminates ihe ivords boi was cleared until Hie crest of Ihe.! cratlon -of Iho Frcncli 'and British governments. U is'underslood that thc Kalian commander In chief- n) rront has reccti-cd and is receiving i lt] cowardice retired without Lhc prompt, nnd sympathetic conald-1 righting or surrendered to the cn- line of blockhouses _ which is friendly to (Joseph Cajllaux, si Die former iircmler anU [ormcr min-pvas thick with Wockhouscs 'anllllng M-Jthln 300 yards whlcb yielded, slow as the whole face .of Iho epur Krest a later of finance, and is ovou Bald lo be Ilia organ, has Lcea (nsisling' lor sotna time Uiat the authorities lake steps against llio Hoyallst organ _ Frnncaiso and its editor, I front. Ticen ordered tbat tile Leon Daudet. But in view of tbe Ipl.icc. moat be._hcttl until the entire support given bj- tlie Itoyallsls to tie J hilled, because the rn- Ebvernmenl, anil.ilic apnyrent tran-. it as n vital link in thc- lortlv .'death salvos. Prlsonersi tafecn ifiianltrtoiis in the belief th'at thu rtefcnceSjWero; regarded as the strong- est organization ot resistance DTI (his (lulllly in UnjalfsL circles since the war. attention -bas'-beeu. given lo this jnnfler, nulliorltics tills morning conjiminicallon' by '.which ihe: Frcncli could havo lirought np j o. froops, but 11 ivas heavily detondedlj and uarrlcctled ivilli wire nnd other obstacles. The Frcncli worked their Tray about LyKucm and gained poa- icsslon of (his roatl afler hard fight- ing. The village held out deter- minedly against repeated assaults. By late-afternoon tlio roid nail been denfc-A and troous were rushed across Jrora Driegracliten. Tho .allach oh l.uyRhem was renewed, and atter a hard battle tho Germans who. were Ellli allro wore forced to surrender. It wns ol this lime Hint Iho Helg- Inns (o the north beyond the Hoods caino Into the action? and na many as wcro mshed across lo assist In llio otlack. TUere wore not many men who landed on the shore of Iho German territory but they were enough. Tlic aeclor which was left for (hem lo conquer was alioul yards wltlo nl llio extreme and soino yards long. In tiro northern parl was Vyfn- and Ihere were, many minor (ortlflcallons scaUcrctl over the flee- for.. Tlie Belgians allackcil llko de- mons and swept forward wilh nn In- Tlncible rush. There wc'ro nearly 293 prisoners In lhc French cages last niElil "nt captives wcro exncclcd lo be -brought In to swell (Ills number. The small number of iirlsoncrs taken apeaks loudly ot Ihe nnturc ot the m morni L vill inT parli headiuarlcrs of L Action Franca ne Will IU1 tALIl. l_r, ,._.1n_ ridge syste, -'.'The i ually overcoming obstacles. Thc left i. l struJsIrt-Jonvard. Eighteen iniiclifnc guns I.atcr the Canadians repulsed a viol- ent counter attack." Fine Performance Drilisli FrcmC In France ami Uele- Inm, Ocl. Iho Associated congratulating I.fcut.-Gcn. Sir Herbert .Plumber, commander of Ihe second army corps, tor Ihe victory Friday oa the Ypres, .Field Marshal the performance of may be In (he tiower oC tiie elltea' to Bivc." That tlreat nrilaln .and France musl go lo Italy's lielp is the view ojuresscil by several. rhorDlng ,news- papers. The. Times, which prlntaj a statement implying IJiQl help. Is cotitemnlatcd says edllpflally: i. "Our ivortl lo the Italy is. to slaiiil Itnn lor. help will 'Surely Austrian Statement Vienna, Saturday, Ocl. London. Oct. IDrilisu admiralty per wireless inn general headquarters today lEsueil the 'following official statement on operations In Iho Italian Ihealre: "The bloiv ilirecled against the chief Italian front under tho personal command of Emperor Charles 'dc-' vclops with great force. Our volcrsn glorious Isonio Irooiis and German adyanclng with UiruaLe, have won great snccess'es.- Thc brolhers-tn-aruis of tlie allied _ was ffequenllj- checked by firo from i the Canadians was re.inarfcauly fine. apd In the which had beeii left under seal. Bomo -seized and the director IlglitlnE mauy iilacca It was i.. J1 Sices, _ minis-' lor 6C (he Interior and 31.- Franklin Uoulllon, minister of propaganda, calied today at Iho ministry oC Jug-lice, rind -later the prefccl or polke. the "public proBRcntor and lha nilli-lary governor ol Paris nrrlvcd, Sub-scoucnLly Lhe following official com-munlcalJon was issued. 'Tend ID Provoke "Searches were carried out lost evening, which resulted in the seizure ot a quantity of arms which came under the prohibition Instituted slnco Ihe 'beginning of the war, as wfrll as documents of great' Importance. An inve3tigalltm''ha3 hcguji into to provoke civil war by arming citizens against ono an-olher." Charles Manrras. one of the direc-Idrs- ol L'Actlon" liaa 'Informed iho Temps lie bus not been and nil! not be nn enemy of the present "government. Jlc adrtGih "The Itoyallsl Idea Is now -being pushed ratlical-Isin or aoclallsm. The Hoyallsls havo hdlri no meetings or conventions during Ilia -war, the radicals and sot'a'i'.sifi, particularly the have not ccascil to meet confer .since the outbreak ol hostilities, j iMacLEAN ACTING .FINANCE 'MINISTER Ottawa, Oct. ,K. Mac-Lean has been appointed Tlce.clinlr-man of the board1, During Ihe nbaenco at anr White, he TV 111 be tcllng .mtnlster of finance. RY. OFFICIAL Monclon, N. 3., Oct. W, R. Pnyne, a wril known'rellrcd Canadian govcrnrocDt rallwfiy' Telerkn'j nteTi at his hopia here xeiter'diy. Ho, was horn In Quebec Stewart tyon Tells of the Great of Toronto, Stewart Lyon, lalely reprcsenltUVe'ot tKe Cinadlan Tress, Limited, In Fr'incb. Flan-dors, returned to thistly. Ihls morn-Inr. -I "i people of he said, "ought verr serlotulr. to urte on the leire lo Canada should DC irrmlted lo the 'original firsts.' ft Is thlni.lhit Iho was overwhelmingly In favor 'oil thai measure, ThcreVere some, 'not many, who were opposed to Where a family Lad a where two or three boys were at Hie front niul hnd left Benjamin at home there was a feeling (hat they did not tfant conscription. 00 Not Depend' Upon Them Now lo Defend The Empire -Petrograd, Oct. offi- cers of the garrison met today to diicuas the position of'the Russian army and adopt a resolution declaring .that author- ity-on the part of its chiefs Is virtually non-existent. The resolu- tion cays in part: "The community at it Is at Eresent, cannot defend Russia, n the contrary the approach of winter and the present subver- sive aspirations of the army and 111 lack of any sense of responsi- bility will complete the ruin of the country. We do not rr- nounce our duty, answer- Jar we do not an- swer for cur men. The lime" has comT to make this declaration openly so that nobody.may be de- ceived or trust In vain delusions." aflnck. Heavy nrllllcry fitting continues On (ho Alsno front nni) .Jn Flanders. Tlio ftnnouncarnenl follows: "In Ilclglum rather vlolciil arllllery actions occurred norlli of Dralcliank, n( SI. Qucnlln wo mailo nn nltacK which enabled in to (jack a machine nnd prlsoncrn. "On tho Alsno front spirited otlll- !ery tlihtimtjiccurred near llurtelilie initln the sector noill of Veudssson. "Our delnchmenl pcnelraled Gcr- man Ircncucs In the Argonno and on thd left bank of back few prisoners. On the right tho Mcuso the Ocrman [V lory TloroBMy liriDihnrileil our Jioal-' on lira front, belvoon Chanmc allock Jol- nadlan corps In wirtls more than snythlng "Tho number of firsts' i the men of tho (Irsl Htvlslon are called Is-plllfully small. Tno highest number In any l.ltulloK Is HO. That means Ihiit of Ihe lilOO men who or- iginally formed the bailillbn just one- terilh raaieln.i In Ihe field: In Jorao batlcillona the 'orlglml firsts' Is lesa than "There Is no mfllury-renaon." said Mr. Lyon, "why not comi) back." .1 An lo conscription' :Vt-' 1-yon said that the feeling amber. miin at tha Commencing upon the general as- pect of the war, Mr. Lyon safrf that it woukl bo tho sheerest' tolly lo Iry anU mlnlmlic the Italian and llinplan dis- asters. "Hut the war will nol be 'won In the on he will be won In Flunrlcrs and Northern Franco', We mny feel confident during- this trying period Dial ullliDnlely HID three groat rfetnocrsckjs Tlie Hrttlah tfco- ann tho UnllC'1 i_ J ft l ninke an end of tho nuto- Great Feat of Allies London Ocl. Ihe house 'of corhmons today Premier Lloyd .George said that since the begin- 'nlnfl o( the war men had been transported with a losa of only and that of these only has been lost through enemy actions. or confidence oil Lhe CanatJlni troops needed Mas refrain tup rathei tliflU leading when a battle was on Tl.c experience of thc arms ot tho inci at" home 'out on their ulso Invaluable when U came lo flghllns In1 Ilic ccllnra, the dark or crflWJlng from shell hole lo shch holo lo slop lhc Ilochc, To Ihts more fro uSo or Initiative duo very rcpulsUoR Iho Canadian and .nativeborn lowed. Tho back by our fire, was OAl Approach our lines eicfpt ill a'fllrifla' [kiinL north ol Caurferen gained a rootlnR (or dfsUQCA oC.AMfll 50d mclrM In our idfancea troops tminiei'-nUacyed Jimedlatcly or Ui-J I ralfc system of gwcrnment.1 It musl Acquired in Uio yarJoiia asaaulls ;o If clHUwUon fa lo remain." launched this season'. In 'Ihe carl> Hcforrlnp lo the Canadian contin- gents Mr. Lyon "Tho havo. proved themselves ciccllenl short troops. The flfchlfng Lfins, al Vlmy rldecr HlU And oiher pjates Adjacent In-, rolred considerable Inlllillve oil tfat pert of th4 Iroopfi, This Is particular- ly applicable lo the suburbs cf Lent, Among thu nilncd hula there It Js quite (of men lo und'l lerf by (heir crs. It eflu fra with a great it of (he wftr Ifiey showed up lltel Leiiacdy In holding [loaltlona In tl) Hbramc that (hey were equally valu able, "The tuoralc o[ the men la splendid Fair' arid 'told.' The telegram1 to Mayor Hardie frorn Col. Anderson, secretary to H. R. H. the Duke of Devonshire, Governor general of Canada, con- veying Hie information the vlcc-reoal party would visit Lelhbridge on Monday, December 3rd, was 'considered at the city council meeting Ihls morning and Mayor Hardic" authorized to hejld a meeting of citiiens Tuesday board of trade building to consider plans for the entertainment of tha parly. All Interested In 'Ihe matter should attend this meeting, and especial- ij of the varlouB public bodies of the city. 'AHDEK RESIGNS WHH1 EO- she arduaiisly. In the loc..} ricWa-Diirt'EeMcd hy llic-blnod of-ilieV4 !g dead, lias proved UseIC ancVr an la- Isonzo Is uur front Iho and now- iio.llap-, ssd wo must do our; iilpioal" j; ID repair.It.j -Tlicre, Is nq'-ne'ed'i for alarm, bul there Is tlip iilmpst need for promptitude and broadness corop arable iiiiBTinsr. the :Upper .laonzo, our Alpine )s, have conquered territory and thc enemy in thc rocliy flja-" ot Monleromltm and have shown tenacious endurance L energy. Southwest ol Karfreit, c( vision. r :f prussiari nnti silesian Iroors took hy. TUG Daily CHronlcle, toking at B.un-rstorm Itie M0mc view, says, it ought tpbepossible aud r.CEt 0[ Tolminc (hu'nsht- to have IlrUisb or wns aItoBCtUer In Italian or hoth. in.norlh. -Italy In a very1 s short tlmD. The Dsflj- other liund, holdlug- K Jncum- bent on the fillies Iww best lo succor Italy; thinks Ml, la Ini- "On the namsiiza plateau laus themselves on Hie holly contested height 52, near Vodlcc and. highly celebrated-' possible lo semi direct, relict-on .the ,as lhe nrizc YictorT In Ibe eleveiith scale the situation deruantU, j battle, was captured nfter Wliile all tlie newspapers recoR-' Th2 dislrlcli of nizfl Iho peril.; .vuslria-Huugary cotnpctea m ihe ioy Straus- conridenco, Js ex press irl' f niiack of Iwo Auslro-Ilungarlan .dl- Gcncral Cadorna and tlio. Italian army OiUVa, OcL V. Pardoe lias csignetl AS cTiIef whip of the Liberal ifirty.' As tlie of whip lias o do chiefly w-IUi'mnllers within par- iamenl, (I Is- probnblo lli'at n suc- cessor lo Mr. Pardcc will not be ap- leri until after the new parliament meets. iho conviction. Ih.iL Ih'er- ulti- nmlely will emerge :ytciorious. Ital- ian perseverance and-'succesg .of Jlie pnst nre recalled wKh'warm admira- tion and the veakncss 'links the defensive cbeln 'Is condoned. Tbe Times says thQ: BO. auil- arid fiercely ilrlcrt- lany.'.well been Tho i gallant army has proved Ui-coiiraKG nnd dcvollon so, ofleh- hi tills war thai a single unfortunate leaves no on Upjjly nave visions near Canalo and cast ot Da- judlil, 1GDO prlaoncrs and' 200 guns, ,'We sland. on the'Isonzo. north of Gorlzla. "Tlie 17th Hungarian division, vfliich for moro Uian tivo years lieU vir.torloua watch on tlic lower Isonzo, deprived lhc pncmy by a suddeii storminc alUck of Ms first line.' t GO.OOO Prisoners "The total number ot prisontrs. tajitured is mid we havfs taken BOO suns and 20 airplanes." BERN370HFF TO-TURKEY, _ _. :it Amsterdam, OcL, Count' yon BrsrnslorlT, the lormcr arcbassaUor. to -Hie UnitPil has 'been.'- made n acbplmr'Al1'.-by' the ticr- mon cniperor wllh tbe 'lltlc (cncy.% Tho count Is -now" ninbajsadDr a( ConslaritlnoiiJc. GOVT. flIAY ENDORSE THIS-LABOR MAN Liberals Split i Convention; Toronto, Oct. A.-.Carer, To- ronto ncVrsrjapcrrnan, president of Iho Temple company and a member of the separate school board, Vhoad.'. amo-has teen' mentioned In conncc'" !on under-sccrctarj'shlp-of abor at Saturday, was lomlnnled by the Independent Labor parLyilp'Vun In South Toronto., ;MacUonneil, now. of senate, '-was trie former menihor fof .his ririJng. Sir. opens on.Frlilly night. ]le nisy also' he endorsed by the union (By.a Staff Ifacicmt, ranlis in .he Iiinclcpd constituency arc rent In on both shies to "fTdtn'.nlrn. And (hough he Is of Iho Liberal In nurahci Tho iih'.oulat Llbtrnls hi i'lrtj lhc Unionist ConservaUrea of riding lhc foymatloii of a union HSSOfilallon whJcli will hcilrt n conven- tion In Maclood on Snl'urdny, Novem- ber 10, nt two o'clock lhc purpoaa candlilnlc ID conies! general.c-lcclJon as a sup- poricr OC (lie union Kovernmenl- br. who for alx ycar.i has been lhc Ubcral member of lire Mac- leori cohsllUienby in the House ot Cdnimona -'not bo the tlvft of auy of IV- parlies, Though has intlmiUd from OKawa thai would bo.Acceplablb W the union canrtl In f.iror'ot svo'Joined raeul. The askcil him plainly1 and have Gent today from tlib' dale for. the. rldlns, the fact lhal lift awoy from tho con- stlluency tor. ihe whole (Ime'slnce-ljll and has been litlle in erlderice (n cither, fit iliojast Wo Im- tHjrlapl-SfKsfotfs of hptiiSO- has support of llta. unlonlaW .that ccrntcl.; John llorron, nomlifa'ti'il I ngo as the Conscrvafive ca'gdlda'te for the Mncleid the'Mpcleod Federal ;ConserTatiye; ifssOdUlIOrt Is now hlalory. U lits'goric but- of nusl ttlf s'goric Mr. Herron .bit Moctercd him of .Union ntfla4lc who ready to Bupport Silshl bs union c6nvenL'on, And Ihe cards '1 that Ihe candidate iis'-i1; Liberal, Jlr. be Been on the platform In IhovCuEo'lni? cpn'leil Winnipeg, Ocl. ftolrerl Rogerj hna refused lo allow hla namft to be submitted to the I.islllonlsl com-. mltlee of South Winning na showo by the following corrcsponilenee: u OcL 26. "flon. Ilobcrl HJBCrs, You were nominated lonlghf, Jn We Conservative committee of Wlnnlreg aa one of tho unionist didatca whose names will.ha ted to tho Tuesday. Wfll you permirybur nirM'. (UOXTINUKt) lo 10 before thai commUtceTi W, J. Uoyd, ".Montreal, messageIreacfitM ni4 here. Myth aa.l pKment kind action the Conservatlre eiecuHvo, 1 still fifiil It ImpihSelblft to'changa my unf must thertfofe ftBk-you not to an bin It tbd fuslonlat comrnlittfc tf) (SlgnedJ R, ;