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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUH .LKnnjRinCE DAILY HERALD Tt'ESDAY. SF.PTEMIJEn 2, 1019 ttbe Devalfc DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 Clh Street South, LelhbrltJgB A. BL'chanan Presldeoi and ManiSins Director John 'Ccrrance Manage whose cricli'isni. under the circus-, stauovs, U a Hills previous, if not en- tirely for. THE SITUATION IN REGARD TO SUGAR, Sugar which has hitherto, in Its everyJay been a cora- article, has assumed au im- poriaiH-e lu ?.Mrdty niid in, cou- sequouily. tho in price. The- putiiu- cannot but Iv bewildered wiih J ci events in Ibe s I ihe i TELEPHONES Buclness Office Editorial Office r mark- i given for tho short- jas'e and high price are neither con- jviRcinfi ncr assuring. Tn.U there -v SOLDIER LONG BEFORE 'THE Toronto Times: Much has teen l.Je of. tie Cict Sir Arthu- i'urrie ivas i real esu'.e lieforp more in ibe sugar situation J 1232 conru'cicd Msmber Bureau of Circulation meets ihe put IV eye ri-j.fon.iblY taken for becomes fonifkJ in Iho arguments put forward lo justify tlfe rise. I It is aseried that the situation has been crealt-i liy the inevUiblo livr ihe war. Some lo'.k Imapine thai as ;i TJ--.V civilian ho stepped into tho ainiv, learned overnight ihe important rules governing ihe simple pin-suit of anil sal down to wail lor arid lion. Uul Ihe rcvorj shows list for lonp years bofore the war A- W. Currle was an ar.lcin nfi.ccr ol Ihe Cauadiin fourteen years hp Iho rilil Garrison may DL- I Of Victoria. he irana- Thi> i ferroJ lo intiintry anr.l In due CRAjVlWOOK (Krom the An ardent disciple o! Iiaak Wilton, our ygung (rleod SU Murjairoyd. had a rather unique lu ibe SL. Uarj's river Iho oilier day. the river hip deoii and usins Ws reel only with a troll. SU hooked a Ms one. by all accounts must Rbo'ji. four or five pounds. Tho ttg- of llto lish give 11 balilo in Us own with the result that hs ranii- u> sur- face about 100 yards away and ashore, with the lift victor. Durins ihe struggle the (isli or sonic PA AICKED UP IN SSING- rOK T1IE UCSY MAS The Dominion iron n.nd Steel Co- ol Sydney. N'.U.. nave graa'.ed their clerks a 25 per ceni it'crcaso. Fredericton, police- commit 01 Its lice salary per year. o...... Dallri dellveieJ, rer year 7.50 iMplmiailon which Is deemed sallic- Dally. ly mail, per year u quiet the public mind and Weekly, by mail, nor vear..... it to accept the iDevitable. It bv mail, rer rear to U.S. 2.0J ,vblrt is (ar ,00 coarse bec.ime Ihe couiuiatidiDg off! cer of the Kifiieih Dailalion of Ilisli- White the iislimisls. .11 Alecks" were MMckinL uiililii rm.l makins sluulJ :'osls about l the ''stunri ng ihu Canadian companions managed lo relieve, our i IrleuiJ Sid ot all the f.'ire larHle and I ho warned about ttc nature ot the sh at that poiul. Charles -Macclooald. a veil kuowii man. wlio has been overseas, enlisting with the 22Slli. has return- ed to Cranbrooi for a ?Hort trip. -Mr. cstreme ,0 lo Vancouver and Cuple.ln UH U. Vraser. her ol the Institute of Civil The frcedoai of the city of Glasgow was lueseuteJ lo Sir L'onslaa Hals on May Sth. Iln Morris county. .X.J., lieavy rains have, kept Ibe valley llooued. aoi] at ccivins nl3 a brother-( I'racbrook farmers -are lurvMimg piry ol i Address ap- readily given by who arc? in tho label. Accept-habit of booking prices for their owa Dales or dally _ ance sfier expiration dale, gain, and they are ever ready Is our auihority 10 continue ibe on ,his ocouoniic axiom (or Ibe public acd endeavoring to ihe people rf-luetantly m-ciuiesc-z LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY in an inlolerahle SIMC- o[ ibinga. NEEDS EVERY HELP. M'ilh recetit revelations of profilepr- The staiciueai made Mr. iind the of lhc m.irk- sf MaErail1. l-> lion. ct. the public lias arrived ai that. Mc-ighcn, wbtn he n'as in ihe ciiy, {siage when it I? not LC be put oil liy thai it will into iivc years of brceJ-jany specious or plausible argument, ing to bring back ihe Dumber of lire-1115 only scn'ts to make siock in Ihe district to" wliai LL was [matters worse, with the natural 1n> before the drouth Is one which very serious one. Mr. Dradshaiv is a large breeder and owner.o( live- stock ac-l knows whereof he speaks. Livestock owners slioTlage oC iced season and ihe uig Ihe yrjcc, oT Jondcr, obliged .La.sell, their stock. This has given whai is an cliuation to hoarding, and Ihe ganio ot the interests is thereby played by mroads ou Ihe supply. In Ibe consideration ol tlit shorrage ct reiined sugar, the laritt tells a talt. in the (act thai 'he duty on refined sugar is away beyond ihat on the article. Refined becomes tbus parlor soldiery, Currle anO many oth- er pooil men wert nctiutring by deeii study nn'l practico, at turir own ihe grou.Ddwork.of mil- 1 ilary '.rouble canio, Isudilenlj iind in a great flooJ, ihesp offirors wore re.idy. Tlie camp at rove.nlcd "iho value of surb nun. When Iho infantry was iv.lo three brigades, tho acting trlga- (iio's uamed were perhiips the best soidiers in Canada. Col. fiercer cT Toronto, CoL Curric of Victoria, .inii Col. Turner, V.C.. D.S.O.. ol toe. CoL Mercer was kill- I. Turner and Currie "carried on" ith reputation. Fin- ly the Canadian eslabllshmoni in was in ctiarge of Sir 'i Vurner. and the lield lorce M'as' oiiimanile.1 >iy Sir Arthur Currie. olh covered .with hotor. and roasts with decorRtlons. The record 01" the Canadian cnrps Is superb. All critics and ouserr- rs agree that ;hc heariauarlers stuff splayed fieniur iu design, and bril- an'co'In detail work. The Usks m crtaKeo were lieavy, -someiimes impossible, bui they, were cbiered through the demotion of the rr.en, the carelulneas and accuracy ot he [.Inns and the thoroughness of the important and essential industry a set- j something in the shape ot a monopoly back which will lake much time to Jin the hands ot tlie sugar refiners, recover. The situation calls for ener-1 These, In Ihe pcvrer thus p Kellc i real meat by botb the. Federal irhelr hands, are. loo prone to seize on Provincial Governments. Tb2 'adventitious circumstances to boost he price of sugar. Eucli a circum' and former can throw open [coding facll- Ijies in present enclosed forest areas, aji'd (he latter can direct its policy. to, offset the present aquation by ln- ptltutlng every "means in its power lo help on the industry lo resuscitate General Currie wag soldier before .nr was inado use of Is opjiortunities in peace and bis meteoric rise to reputation and then o distinction is one ot the besl proofs lhc national value of the Canadian militia force. The fact, which was raado known to the Minister of tne Interior, thai a certain preserved area in NValenon Tark not only contained a million dollars worth of fieri for shep in the shape pf_ eigbl varieties of.ivecda, put- pea vine-and; but that Bccesa through II lo feeding'grounds ID British Colninbia was, decked tell worth, the coming ol the Min- ister to this pare of Alberia to hear No aid forlheomlng and no restric- tions rtuioved. even temporarily, can be, loo much In the 'mpcraiive sicp of rerivlng Hie livestock Industry of Southern Alberia. MR. HOADLEY SHOULD KNOW BETTER. George Hoadley has laid it on stance uas bcc-n staled lo be the lack of shipping facilities which, 11 Is ar- gued, ha prevented Ilie refiners from obtaining ILe raw material. A specific case has been meaLloDEd where owiug to the marine' strike in Vancouver a considerable amount of raw sugir had been diverted to Seattle. In thi: respelc il cannot but be borne in mini trial, if the cause mentioned explain: Lhc inability oC the refiners In Van neceSzajy-fiuan tiiy of refined sugar, Canada's loss i: the importation-of raw sugar, is. th gain of the United States. If ibcr ihe assumed shortage in Can.iul is not that over Lh border. In fact the govemmdnt the United Slates-baa lafcen over th oh sorplus-sugar crup -In Cuba whose sucar production eicels ihal o any trihor couolry. If the Vancouver tale can be cepted, is; is only reasocablc to sume tliat the sugar refiners, like th ol I knovvu C.P.H. machinist. E. Jl. Lcamau LAS discovered u scientific method of inducing poultry to bcgia early laying. He lias a flock of five and K hali months old p'Jllels, three of which have lakca up ihc agaiusl the higli cost ot livins. They aro laying regularly for Iho lab! three weeks. SW1MMMING KOR THE PARALIZED (Dy Medical Correspondent of the LondoR Times) One of the many difficulties con- nected with Ihe treatment of pani- ppr.'ons has always been iho ob- taining of exercise and movement, his dHiicuHy seemed olniost Inauju rablo, and. though numerous efforts a more or ingenious kind were made to overcome It, nono ol produced results which could e termed satisfactory. was required was ruanEfestly mcdiuiu of support in which tho HIGH RIYER (From tlie Mr. D. E. Hlley laotored lo Calgary on Tuesday and wns In consultation with Dr. Tolmie, minister of agricitl .yre. on Ihe stock situation and the scarcity of fodrter in the district fo ivinler feeding. .Mr. W. Hamilton arrived here on Monday from Winnipeg, lo accept managership of the local branch atient could reel while at the aama ime remaining Iree to attempt move- ment in any direction tbat might till be possible for him. Apparalus did not secure this ideal, because It vas always In the last issue hard end Dvielding al. the points of contact, nd sooner or later inflicted pain. But there was one medium Th answered all the demands, and it was .eft to a patient to think of it and soino of their cruits from roivhoats. Mystery surrounds the death of A. Appleby, M'ho was found dead !n a pool of blood at tlie Si. George Hotel, Montreal. Operations al lha Xova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. plants have been creased and the coal mines aro now 100 per cenl. Miss Margaret Drown, who lias been a missionary in China Tor about sii yenrs, arrived at her home in Tiverton. The United Farmers of South 'Wel- lington'nominated J. A. Coekburn ot as their candidate for the egislalurc. Robert Denny, a cattle buyer who recently came lo reside ut Drampion, killed by an automobile over- turning on the road near Britannia Sadie Murle anil 'Marrig Tacobie, of tlie North Devon Indian Reserve, wera given six ;aontlis In Jail Tor having Toronto on: Friday. .Thero Bloat of wool haud- Itd by tho AEsoclation this year, which wil bo disposed ol by the t'o-opcrulLvo yroivera. FVrguo, Kelvlnslde. Glasgow. ha? presented lo the adiulrnlly two continunion cups which v.eie UECI! on Nelson's ship, Victory, at lhc battlo of Tnifalgar. An aviator by a Newark J.. sloro alltuicd on thi roof of ab and after 10 luiuuU's' rest tout; Iho air aeuia with liia pas- senger. Itnports from 72 cnld houses In Iho U. S- show large Increases in holdings of creamery products and egfs over August, oud indicate hoarJIus. I II. Joinisou, a Norwegiau, went to jail ior hours ;it New Yorlc ratber ilian p.iy CO cents for u halrcui and ibave when ho considered JO cents :i lair charge. i New York heillli comuilssioner snys secret drug sales hninpt-r efforts to secure drug addicts, and lliut smug- glers bring narcotics from Canada to New York. To conserve Ihe decreusitiR supply of American newanrint, a rcsolulton Introduced at would rizc a survey of available pulp- wood timber supply. A Ircaly providing for the protec- tion of fish in the coastal boundary waters of Canada and the 1-. S. on the Pacific has been signed by the U. S. and Urltalo. VICTROLAS AND RECORDS EASY lerms 011 Victrolas aL and a complete stock ol "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" Ttecortls always on hand. Quick, courteous service assured all patrons. Hcconls auywiicrc. posUge tuie delivery feunraniced. Catatogucs Free R1SCII, UHITED Balmoral Block Home of the VktroTa" Funeral directors, clergymen and cemetery managers throughout. Ks- ha toon and Moose Jnw nre concerned. sex and "Union counties in New Jer soy arc leagued la put a ban ou Sun-j One of two S. Ben- day funerals after September 1. Seventeen years ago a Xcw York policeman wished a tramp good luck teiicod lo death (or sleeping on sen- try iluty In Franco and pardoned by President Wilson, was killed In HC- Hun, and the other was wouml- ialozicallng liquor in their house. Hev. William Mackar, i Oled re- cently at Onaway, Alberta, was a former minister of St. Clement's cLurch, Glasgow. Major N. Maclean. who died from wounds received In demonstrate ils That medium [action, was a son of Mrs. Maclean, was water. In a swimming bath tho iKirtloa Gardens, Glasgow, water provides the patient -with com- plete support and at ihe same time lives him complete freedom of action. Thanks to the enthusiasm of Ihls patient the idea was Iranslaled into action and wrj found to bo nol only v.-orkflble. but exceedingly valuable. Medeical men were quick lo.adopt lie new melhod and to perceive its sibilUies. At tbe Tooiine Military I Hospital, ttinnka largely to tbe ef-1 forts ol Dr. Farquhar Buzzard, para- men have Iteen given tlie oppor- tunity of using it. and havo profited grreally by its use. The water fornii an Ideal support ill commence ho Tvro oliicials of the Departrnenl o'f Washirielpn. in Kieh -River today evidence in connection with lie disapp'c-arance of Indian calllc from Ihe, Blnckfect Reserve. Montana, within the past yenr. About 7GO caltle are missing and they bave been traced to Canada. The output of the 'Dingman oil wells al IMack Diamond was recently to the Imperial Oil Co. other shrewd business men, would j the1 Provincial Government as some- ftflTe 'ha4 lQG 'impending strike in thing of blame that IT has noi made; E0 desired, had every any. provision tor instruction In of stocking the raw mater- on the demonstration j lal (oo But with tbe Ibis Mr. Hoadley speaks restricting Its Importation wilnput knowledge. It la one of those ,he whjch the tariff on cvi- r cases, in. .which criticism is made, jn SUgar gJVC3 )hcmT i the" Epirit of criticism without any j dcnlly not coaccnicd ihcmsclve. VULCAN trouble !o facts, Thi practice has been a feature vvilb Oppcrsltion In the Legislature, ami now Us Leader Is carrying on out- side the assembly. The Calgary Albcrlan advisedly re- minds Mr, Headier that, U the GOT- ernmeiil had been remiss :n provid- iug for instruction In Irrigation farm- Ing, that s'noulrl have been pointed oul while the House session- But neither Mr. Jloadley nor Hie AlbtrLan appears lo hnow thnt srealiy orer this. The opportunity, which Ihe lack of the raw material gave them, held oul for tho I Krom the Advocate.) Some talk Is again heard In Vulcan regarding the construction of water mains along the principal streets of the village, or one street, lo bs used principally for fire protection, and ;i suggeation has lie en made that the the case is nol hopeless, lhc recovery of the muscles is natuurally greatly Tricilitaled. Moreoydr. the efCcct on the patient's mind is "Excellent, for he la stimulated to action and brought to feel Jhal he is slill ctrort and qf interest; Irl li'fe. It ro'ay be pre- r'JH be V-wide" ei- ,em of treatment, and that great benefit will result lo many sufierere. and qf interesljlrl 111 dieted Ihal there, tension of this Nilro, W. Va... a city huilt by tbe F. S. (Jovernment for to manufacture smokeless powder, is to be sold to the highest bidder. Lt. Arthur M. Jones, son of Prot. Sir Henry Jones, Glasgow Unis'cr- aity, -wounded four times, is cow pre- sumed dead. James Kirk, oE Randolph Villa, West Coatcsf Scotland, who died recently left nn estate valued at nearly hali million' dollars. Lt. A. Jl. Smith, now reported ns tilled in action, was chamberlain ant secretary lo the Duke of Uucclcuch Dalkcllh.' Tbe Coalbrldgc" branch oi (lie Dri Eh Red Cross society sent tho Scottish Hlindcd Soldiers' 3 Sailors1 Hostel, Xewinglon House. The death is announced of Jamc D. Tvho was for many year agent of the Ncwingion, Scotland branch ol the Union Dank. Jlohert White, one of Hie king' slate trumpeters for Scotland, vra buried recently in ceuie tei-y wllh full mililary honors. J. Stark, secretary of the A hcrla Provincial Sheep Breeders' soclallon cays Ihe last cars 'or bought him a suit, ic lramn rode up in an ifered him a good position in Cal- ornia. W. E. Lee. Amercan consular agent i Draill. says 'hat country wants II American goods It can get, and l It will LCI five years beforo Ger- many regains the market she former- s' controlled there. In the opinion of R. A. Rlgg, organ- zer for the IntcrnR'lonols In (ho west, he One Dig Union more men t ts tely defeated as far as Ilrsina, Sas- YEslerdny ed aud finally honorably dlsclmrgcd. aulo and Silk Stockings nmdc from sawdust and selling for centa a pair, aa compared with tor lhc real silk ones hnve heen made possible through experinicnta by the Syracuse, N. Y., University School of Forestry. One hundred Australian soldiers, chosen for an agricultural courso at the Unlversily ot California, ni rfred In Now York August 29, en routo to Berkley, where they will 12 months ol lield and laboratory work. DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank is prepared to make advances to individuals, partnerships and companies against approved trade paper on favorable terms. Do not hesitate to discuss with us the requirements of your business. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R.T.BRYMNER, Manager J, H.S.GORDON, Manner J.V. STEEL, Manngei clip of the asociation were forwarded j_____ price of sugar was something which, no doubt, a belter business proposition, and was, accordingly, maile tbe rf. same should tic undertaken, if onlr in a manner, or by laying Lhe piprs al n depth of only three feel and of sufficient size to provide for lice corilingcnclos in the business of ihe viilhge. Another i lion !3 hoard that a quantity of hoac be purchased. In length long enough (to reach the principal business houses jaml.lo be coimRClcd with the present Keptembcr did not fall to give j hole! water tank with 'a prcsbure ,6. Ul, U preaching. In regard to coming events, the In the essential of irrigation farming of 'the bye elections in October lo he the most i Irish Americana in llie Unite.' SUlc.i In Ihcir opposilion lo the provision has tjeon made by Ifon Duncan Marshall. MlnlaLer of .Agri- iullure. In the demonstration farm at Raymond. Over Lhe signature ol the o( Agriculture, the following statement was published In Lhe Irriga- tion Number issued hy the Herald lit May last: "To Ihe development of Alberta's agriculture, Irrigation is boun to play shouM arpreclatc this a' very Important parl. Thfs .will th'c fa1r tn6rc in mjnd, particularly true In the vicinity ol i________ Lelhfcridge- of tbe soil In this part of Lhc province 13 of a'characJar lends llaelf tb aucceEsful farming with water. As, one who hrj per- sistently and tnslstcntly preached the gospel of livestock on the land as basis of all successful- farming, J Peace Treaty cvirleotly Inltnd lo keep up the traditions of their race. The Coaldale district Is a distinct asset to licihbrldgc. Citizens of Txilh.- by With liacon at 70 cents ID Canada and 47 cents in the States, Hie packing houses here hftvt some- thing lo eiplaln. And what la more liogs aro conilng down In price licrc, Zoning the Mayor antl Council for lite erection of a curling and sknllng rink' the coming reason meets thu npproval of all anil It is lo be hoped, i ?ame will be favorably, aclccl npon j and will finally reach iho ilagc ot reality. __________ This I? the last Wednesday- half-'j -_---.. ullday ffjr this year The' business lacca will bp ojicn as usual on tsifaya liercaflti'. The Young Man's Best Recommendation A Sayings Account is more than a start towards financial a mark of character. One of the strongest recommendations in the world of business that a young man can present, ia a Mcrchantsliank Pfiss-Book, showing a record of consistent savings. A Savings Account may be opened with SI.00, which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to savn. MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Eskbli.-hcd IBG4. LETHBRJDGE BRANCH, R- J. DINNING, Managti. alize how much" Irrigation means to ih'e greater-production b" alfalfa anil other (odder crops, and having thin in rhjnil I am'malting arrangemcnta thfc present (Irao lo hare Ihe greater part tho demonstration farm at operated under IrngAlcd con- QiUans, ;a'nd, our Intention 10 ln- fn the .EChobl -of ngrlculturo ;at Kayniond nn expert Irrlgatlonlsl who wlirdlrect lhc frrlyatlon farming on tbo land du'r1r_e Ihe summer months tnd lhc hoys resuKs.of.his p'racHcar ejcperlmentfl during llic win- monlHg fb'hljj school; In-lhl3 way "the Btudenls al the Raymond acliool will be gettlrjg Instruction from cx: 0Crt who Is aclually on- during" lhc Rinncner lime In frrlgaUon farming fn a practical way." sallpfy Mr, lloadley J'rlces arc elrange things. In the reception he received Irom ,c of iJaltimore, de Ynl pliould now know the; "Irish republic" dooa not meet wilh the unanimous ap- aa he of the llepnb lie. of Ihe SlarA and Slrippz. In lhc .progresilvc policy oulUneu by the'ne-sc Mberal party ril Ha con TPUU'on In Allj'c'ria nono -cajTs for greater'iillenMon than lhat ih reg to Lahor. A parl of ihla tho adoplion of lhc genera! prln cfplfl.1 associated U'flh the league o N'Ationa find fncorporaled In the con CHAMPION (From .Chronicle.) 'I J. no'lgson, aujiorvisor oC solicited firliools, was here on day looking Into the school lax levy j on or thct pnlltioncr.i .he villapo rale. A report In the matter Is Dxpt-ctoti 2.1 ;in early ilate, Rc-v. r'. T- Cook occupied the pulpit aL ihft church en HuiiJay evening for1 he lirst Ihne hla holidays ami back thft L-ongregn- tion. The village Ui notice have been Is- sued (tils wctk. Tlic rntt of levy Is 10 iriills, llic same as last year, but this year a rebate ol Ion per cent offerer] tor payment within 30 days, More rain is hunod (or IT, Iho near fuliiTb to In ploughing opcra- Uns, Saniplcfl of ihla yftar's nrop Rent to Calgary have grarlcd very ea faclorlly and ifia yield has been iip-to pnticlpailoiia, P. Oalloway'ft Injuries received on Monday morning, from bolnp atruck liy a lironcho lie tfaa hUchlnK up, rlurle a ankle and a friicL above the ankle of lhc left leg. Illfl Injuries will Incapadlato lilm for two Diontlia or Only Tablets Marked. With "Bayer Cross" A're Genuine Not Aspirin at Alii A hoy or glil Is ready for cchool or pltice clae tn i valr our shoes, Thoyftro Just In and are veil marie, strong, neat and good valuers, STORE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING "Bayer" Mow Made in Canada by a Canadian Rights Purchased from U. S.'Government' If anybody inlimnles Hist "Dayci1 Tablets of Aspirin" arc German made or owned, he is playing unfair 10 a Canadian Industry, and to Canadtoji Workmen. 'Absolutely no perman interest in Canadian Company. Unless you sec Ihe safety "Bayer Cross" on Ihe package and on lhc tablets you arc not gelling Ajpirin at nil. The "Bayer Cross" means Inie Aspirin no other tablets are Aspirin, Don'l accept Aspirin in a pill box. Buy a "Bayer "Bayer tnblels of Aspirin" have been prove'd safe by mil- lions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earadie, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Joint Pains, Neuritis.. Proper and safe dircclions arc in every "I3aycr'f package. of 12 DolHcs o( Dollta of 100-Also 'ApMrln lljp EOJlHr In CiDili) fit Hirt; MaoofielTirc J of SillnlkitKf. nhlTplI l FAJIiL Ibp vnMn xzilcsl Ito Til-teU of Rirrr wilh CAtlf retml imt iriftHf {ttt "Haylr WMw ;