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f Fiftieth Year-No. 245 OGDEN CITY, UTAH MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P M
POLICE QUIZ BOMB WARNING SENDER
I) G 4 9 C
1 RATES TO CONFERENCE PROTESTED
j POSTCARD TELLS
I OF ATTEMPT ON j
H 'Though Believed to Be Fake,
Guard Is Thrown Around
N. Y. Building
Xj PRISONER FROM CANADA
1 TALKS OF UNSEEN POWERS
Swarms of Reporters and
j '-Movie" Men Laugh at His
j Queer Actions
I NEW YORK, Sept. 20. A postcard
warning th:it an attempt would he
made tomorrow to Mow up the cus
toms house after tin- Wull street ex
plosion last Thursday, was received :!
(he mull today by William B. Edwards,
collector of Internal revenue for this
Thin postcard signed 'a citizen.' was
turned over to the custodian of the
building by Mr Edwards, who also
notified Postmaster Thomas G. Pat
H ton. The department of justice, too.
I was Informed of receipt of the post
card. NOT TAKEK SI RIOl SL1
The warning sitld that the customs
house, already under heavj guard, was
to be blown up nt 2 p. m. Mr Hd
vavdl said that a preliminary Investi
gation haJ allowed no evidence of n
Plot and he was Inclined to repaid the
warning as a hoax.
A few minute hi fore the warning
postcard had been received by "Big
mil'- Edwards, who la a former Prince
ton fool ball star, Bdwfn P Flschel ,
ex-tennls player who sent warnings of
the first explosion on the strength ol
an alleged telepathic Up " had de
clared at police headquarters on his
arrival here fiom Canada that "more
will huppen In the future."
"Unseen powers had communicated
tha to me." he said
st SPEC! At. i s QJ7EEKL1
Fischbr, after laughing with
swarm of reporters and photographers
while posing for news "movies," break
fasted tt S lunch room after which
he washed his face with a. glass of
He stuffed Into his pocket three
cigars that he picked up from the
Grand Central floor, chuckling as ha
did so ami explaining that he did not
Bmoke but ills friends did."
":i ii posing for camera men he was
asked to remove his hat.
Have a heart," he cried
" I ipn ' ed talk. ii- said,
"tui. talk my eye."
l in in the bunds of my friends
It re," he added, referring to the de
tectives. "That's all I know. I know
w but sort of statement you fellows
expect me to make. 1 don't know
much to say."
Dl I'l SDB ON i -l i '. POW ERfi "
Fischer's Jocularity continued with
out let-up throughout the excitement
Of bis arrival.
Lien detect Ives Bald they had to
invoke the combined uld of tin mayor!
tsheriii, crown attorney, chief of police,
I'nited States consul and the Immigra
tion authorities of both countries at,
Hamilton to g t Flsi her away, the
former tennis slar broke In
"Yeo, If 11 hadn't been for them I'd
till be up in that darned plat e
' ' vvurc a gray bull and cap,!
both wrinkled, b travel. He was clean
shaven, but needed a haircut.
Fischer stuck to bis statement that)
"it was a premonition" that warned
Mm In aeKanco of the Wall strict oc-i
"More will happen in the future
I nseen powers have communicated'
that through me."
L "TRUNK MURDER" SUSPECT
FREED BY FINGER PRINTS
Montevideo, sept it. Morris!
Fox, the young man detained here on j
tho supposition that he mlghi be Ou
genc Leroy. the alleged perpetrator of I
the Detroit "trunk murder;" Is not
Ixroy, police officials of this city an
nounced tonight. Finger print ret -ords
showing characteristics of Le
roy's hand - arrived from Buenos Aires
during the day and established com
plete proof of Fox's innocence, there ;
being no semblance of Identity be
tween them and his finger prints,
l ux will be released tomorrow and
I undoubtedly will go to BuenQS Aires
1 to Join the British ship Dry den, from1
I which he was taken.
I 'MASTER MIND' OF BOND
j THEFT ORDERED JAILED
NEW KORK, Sept. 20. Federal
l Judge Manton toda) Issued an order
jH directing that Nules W, (Nicky) Arn-
V stein, putative 'mastei mind," in New
York's "five million dollar bond theft'
i-' will be placed in Ludlow street Jail
until he obeys court Instructions rela
tive to banqruptcy proceedings brought
(TWELVE EXTRA GUARDS
WITH RIFLES PROTECT
i OIL KING ROCKEFELLER
TARRYTOWX. V J., Sept 20. Twelve extra guards, armed
with rifles, patrolled the roads adjoining the estate ol Jph.ii D
Rockefeller here during the night, it became known today,
No statement could he obtained at the Rockefeller home re I
j garding village gossip that a threatening letter had been received
by the oil magnate
Two boys reported that they had met two Btrange men who
isked where Mr Rockefeller lived and taking spectacles from their
j noekets and trying them mi. inquired if thc made much different
in their appearance Tiny said the men later h it for New York
in a taxicat).
ASKS, "IS IS
Believing Himself Near Death,
MacSwiney Sends Out State
ment to World
i LONDON, Sept. 20. Terence Mae-'
Swiii. .. lord mayor of Cork, had a bad
niRht a.id we Very weak this morning.
.according to a bulletin issued by the
Irish Self-Determination lensue. The
bulletin stated that Annie MacSwlne)
.sister of the lord mayor had just lft :
, iirlMnn prison, where he today began
trre 39th day of his hunger strike, and
declared bin condition was unchanged,
except for the weakness Incident to his'
j long fasti
In bis te.porl to the home office, thfl
physician at Brixton prison, reported
that ih lord mayor's condition was
virtually unchang id.
l ord Mayor KacSlviney ln-t night ;
wrote a messvige to Irishmen through-,
oiu ill - world mi behalf of himself and
the hunger strikers In the Cork Jail
After thanking them lor their sym-
;Palhy and pravors, the lorl mayor sail!
according to the London Tlnles;
CAL1 S IT Ml Kltl.lt.
! "If this cold blooded murder is
pushed through it will leave a stain
on the name of England which has no
parallel 4 even in her history) and
which nothing will ever efface.
"We forgive all those who are com
passing our death. This battle is Pclm;
fought with clean hearts purely for
lour country. VVo have made our peace
With God and bear HI will toward no
After Invoking God's blessing upon
all who prayed tor the prisoner) Mu -ISwInoy
concluded b -..lying;
1 '1 believe God s watching over our
country and by Hla divine aecree, her
resurrection Is ut hand 1 believe this
!s her last battle lor liberty and that
God wll crown It with complete vic
tory. Considerable t.ilk wa occasioned to
day by a paragraph appearing in the j
Sunday Times under the head:
TiMKs ks ii i !STI IN,
"Who Is Feeding Mr. MacSwiney?"
' Everybody la asking who la feeding!
him There is no doubt at all that '
the government la not g,ing him food
Or any of the prison officials. It is
suggested that his visitors, priests and
relatives art giving him sufficient fooii
to keep" him a a
Pointing out that Mr MacSwiney and i
the Cork hunger strikers have virtual
ly eQUalled Dr. Tanner's forty days
fast, the newspaper asks how the first1
twelve men to be found Mayor Mac-!
Bwihey and the eleven In Cork whi n
they tried to go without food COUltl
equal Dr Tinner's record, which ex-1
Cited the wonder of the world.
In re ply. Art O'Brien of the Irish j
Self-rctcrmlnrttloij league said to-'
"No nourishment or food of any i
kind Is being given to the lord mayor.".
The fast of Dr. Henry S. Tanner
which lasted 40 days was carried out I
under supervision of a New York niel
leal college In the summer of 1880
Dr. Tanner had previously abstained
from food, one of his efforts, unoffi
cially reported, covering 4 2 days, It
was the doubt expressed regarding this
achievement that impelled him to un
dergo bis world-famous forty-daj fasi
He was then 4l years of age and he
lived to be 87.
NATION'S USE OF COFFEE
I SHOWS LARGE DECLINE
WASHINGTON. Sept 'JO. Per capi
ta estimates of the amount of cn(f .
consumed last year in the United
States announced today by the depart
ment of commen e showed a decline In
comparison with 1318. the I'M'.'
'amount being 8.99 pounds, the lowest
I Of any vear ezcepl 8.69 in 1900, com
I pared with 10.29 pounds the previous
TO SPRING COOP,
Communists to Seize Coal
Pits, Is Word to British
LONDON, Sept. 20. Extraordinary
rumors are in circulation throughout
Uaharksbhve to the effect that the
leaders of t he" Scottish communist
movement have planned a jensvitlonal
coup to be sprung :it Blantyre. eight
hilles southeast of Glasgow, says a
dispatch to the Westminster Gazette
from Hamilton Srui 1 m.l
It is asserted that the cashiers anel
officials have been bluntly told that
leisure of the co:-l pits is Imminent
ind thai It is proposed to establish n
, i system of mining controls," the
JP patch adds. "The authorities are
nol skeptical ( ti e rumors for they
ire not unmindful of the undercurrent
A dispatch almost similar In tone
Las been received by the Exchange!
1'e lepra ph
GREEl BELGIAN ROYALTY
RIO JANEIRO, Sept 9 Gavi
ciowds of merrymnkcrs marched I
I through the streets ot the Brazilian i
I Capital tonight m honor of Kln Albert
innl ijue.-n KllK::bctli of I :iu iJ in, who
landed here this afternoon. All the
thoroughfares were brilliantly llluml
jnated and allied and ussoclntej na
j lions' colors were conspicuous. An
elaborate program of entertainment
for the royal visitors, who arc the first
King anei queep ever l" visit South
America, began aoon after their arrl-l
i An jiuercsting feature of the last'
few hours of tlnir voyage was the I
fact that the, Uruguayan cruiser l'ru-
jguay met the battleship Sao Paolo off;
i d po Frio, eaat of this harbor, and
tired a salute, She sent a wireless dls-!
patch welcoming King Albert, in the!
name of Uruguay, to South American
waters. The Kuik made a gracious rj-
CONFUSION ATMEETING .
OF MEXICAN RADICALS
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 19. Confu-J
sion reigned . at tonight s meeting of
the ' comiiiunl.M congress ol tn, Mexi
can proletariat'' when, during a oharp
debate-, someone fired a pistol in the
air. There were no casualties, but the
meeting adjourned soon after the In-1
' ib iit. An element known as the
'yellows" which Opposes th.e radical
principles advocated by the ie.is," be
cime involved in exchanges with ex
tremist speakers and consldr-ra be dis
order prevailed during nun h of the
SeveraM incmborfl of tlm American'
Federation of Eabor who are visiting I
thla city, attended the meeting and I
wer.. ilaced In an awkward position
when several orators denounced their)
organlaatlon on various grounds
FORMER GERMAN EMPEROR
HAS WRITTEN NEW WILL j
LONDON, Sept. 20. William of lio
henzollern, former German emperor,
has written a new will, which is de-l
land to be his last testament. Ilei
ban entrusted it to the keeping of'
Notary Schroot, at Amerongen, says'
a Doom dispatch to the Dally Mall 1
CREDIT MEN TO UPHOLD
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J , Sept. 20
Directors of the National Association
of Credit men Sunday issued a State
ment culling upon the business men
of the country to stand against anv i
move to limit or eliminate the federal
reserve banking system;
OEOEN L 0, S.
!Y TRAVEL TO
: Members of Church Consider
Railroad Passenqer Rates
Too High Here
IN OGDEN, ONE PLAN
Apostle D. 0. McKay Heads
Committee to Investigate
The high rates to be charged bv the
railroad companies to Weber countv
'members who desire to attend the gen
eral conference of the latter-day Saint
church In X-Ul Lake In October, have
I raised a storm of protest umoni; mem
1 hers of the church In this city Un
, less the railroad companies w'lll give
further consideration to the matter
land apree to lower the rates, one oi 1
two suggested plans may be put into
; The first plan is to assemble hun.l
! reds of automobiles for the purpose of'
( conveying to S.,U Lake during the con-I
ference days. MB 1 1 1 local membei
as can posslMy He transported by that;
The other suggestion Is that the
church authorities be appealed to for:
the purpose of giving sessions of the
conference in gden so that local
members of the church shall not be i
deprived of the spiritual be nefits of the
A committee has been appointed
consisting of Apostle David McKay j
'and one representative , f each of the'
three local stakes to make further In-1
I vestigationa into the matter
This cpiestlon was discussed yester
day afternoon at a special meeting of
the priesthood of Ogdeh, North We
ber and Weber stakes held In the Og-,
den labernai le
SHORTAGE IN PAYROLL OF
NAVAL STATION BARED
CHICAGO, Bent 20. Irregularltii
aggregating 16,000 hav e been dlscov-',
i red In lr,e recruit payroll at the Great
Lakes naval training station by a spe-,
clal board of Investigation sent from!
Washington, It became known Sunday
officials declared that the total may I
be more than $7.".n0O, as additional
irregularities rapidly were being un
cpverad. Lieut, s. k. Sullivan, until
three days ago in charge of the pay
roll, is being held under guard
11 Is charged that hundreds of naval;
recruits, at the station; only a few
weeks were swindled out of pay
through false receipts, the victims gi ra
ft rally being at se. before they ellscov-i
en d that the wele not receiv ing full
pay. Captain Daniel W Wurtbaugh..'
commandant at loe Ration, refused to
discuss the case ether than to say that1
a shortage had been discovered.
WOMAN'S SLAYER LEFT
FINGER M&RKS ON THROAT
Sol TII AMI'.oY, X. J.. .sept. 20. ,
Search has been started for the mur
derer of Mrs. Mary Trembowitx, 66
years old, whose body, bearing marks
of strangulation, was found near the
grave of her son Frank, near here. The I
body was discovered by members of (
the faniih. w no beg,, ;l ,, search, when
sin failed to return from her custom
ary Friday Visit to the grave of her
son. who was killed in Prance.
There was evidence of a struggle.
The woman's clothing was torn and
fingerprints were distinct upon the I
Humors that the woman curie. I;
large sums of money are believed by
the police to have prompted the at-
tuck. Her husband laid these reports
'FRONT PORCH' CAMPAIGN
USED BY APOSTLE PAUL
MMtloN, Ohio. Sept. 20. Marion
cbuich folk were inionued Sunday I
that the 'front porch" campaign is not i
a novelty but in fad dates from the
beginning of the Christian era.
According to Rev. Georgia M. Rourkej
of Long Beaph, Cal who preached the'
morning sermon at the I-Mrsl Presby
terian church, the "tlrst front porch
campaign' was ( onductecl b the Apos.
The apostle Itev Rourke said, dur-!
lug the first century of the Christian
era for two years conducted a rellg-1
lous campaign from the front porch of
ix tented house in Home.
FORMER PR1 Mil u DIES,
VICTORIA. H. C, Si pi 19 Robi r?
Heaven. former premier of British
Columbia, died toduv. .Mr. Pe.ivcn SM
born In England and serv cl two te rms I
as mayor of Columbia i
I IRISH RIOTERS USE "ALLEY APPLES" :
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BEJjFAST, Ireland. Stones are among the chief weapons used
in the risli nuts When trouble starts the rioterScan be found every
where with hespe ef hesvj stones and Li is these 1 allej apples" that
form the "heavy artillery'! in street fighting
Poland and Lithuania to
Leave Controversy in Hands
PARIS, Sept. 20 Poland and Lith
uania have agreed to suspend all hos
tilities, pending an Inquiry and decision
oi' the issues at stake by the council
of the league of nations, It was an
nounoed tier,- this morning.
The Polish-Lithuanian accord came
I alter the council had adopted a reso
lution calling on the countries to
I cease hostilities Immediately. The
I resolution asked Lithuania to adopt
tho provisional line of the frontier
i fixed by the supreme council in De
cember lust and withdraw her troops
; from the territory to the west of the
I lino, while Poland was asked, during
I Its war with soviet Russia, to respect
;lhe neutrality of the territory oecu-
pled by Lithuania east of tho line of
demarcation fixed by the supremo
i Acceptance of the league's arbitra
tion came In a most dramatic manner
I at the public meeting of the council
today. Ignace dan Paderewskl. the
Polish delegate to the league of na
ittons, arose and made a stirring speech
In which he said Poland desired to be
in complete peace with Lithuania and
had full confidence that Lithuania
uiso desired peace
Mi ( II KEEKING.
The Lithuanian delegates headed by
Foreign Minister Wohlemar, walked
over to the Polish delegates and warm
I" sllook hands with them amid cheer
ing by the spectators anel delegates,
marking the first instance In which
the league'fe mediation has been ae
C( pted by countries virtually In u state
M Woldemar said he had full con
fidence in ih, spirit of fairness of the
council of the league and would abide
bv Its decision.
o I I ( I K SETTLEMENT
Finland also Ironed out her diffi
culties with i he council by accepting
with certain reservations, the report
iM the council on the Aland islands
question, which calls for an Investiga
tion by three commissioners.
Definite transfer of the districts of
Eiuphen and Malmedy to the sover
eignty of Belgium was (ecognised fol
lowing an Investigation of the protests
filed by Germany against the plebis
YANKEE WITH DYNAMITE
HELD AFTER EXPLOSION
MONTREAL, Sept. 20. With one
suspect under arrest, police toduy
sought to establish the motive for aft
apparent attempt Saturday night to1
dynamite a local hotel owned by Wil
fred Cormier. The sidewalks of tho
hotel and ilium of the Royal Uroom
company's building adjoining were
Walter K. West, 20, who said he
enme heiv from The United State?, had
In his possession when arrested, the
police say, a stick and a half of dvna-
nilii and thre,. lengths of fuse with
detonating caps attached.
VETS OF CIVIL
Old Warriors Weary of Travel
ing But Are Happy to
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind . Sept 80.
Weary with traveling but looking for
ward with eager anticipation to anoth
er meeting with their comrades of '61,
thousands of civil war veterans arrived
here today to augment the thousands
aireadji In the city for the fifty-fourth
annual encampment of the Grand
'Army of the Republic. Special trains
brought large delegations from various
Tonight 'he veterans will be given
an ofti. iM wil. oine l.y Governor James
IP. Goodrich. Panic M Hall, of Col-
I umhus, Ohio, commander-in-chief of
I the G. A. R, will respond.
' ' 'i hers to speak at the reception are
Mr Alice Cary Risley, president of the
National Association of Army Nurses
'of the Civil War. Mrs. Abble Lynch,
president of the Women's Relict" corps;
Mrs Lillian Clarke Carey, president of
tho Ladies of tho Grand Army of the
Republic; Mrs Clara Gilchrist Yeng
ling. president of the National Alliance
; Daughters of Veterans, Harry D. Sis
con: commander-in-chief of the Sons
of Veterans, and Mrs. Mary Tredo, na-
jtlonal president of the Sons of Vetor-
QUARRELS SPLIT TURK
CABINET AND DYNASTY
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 19.
i By The Associated Press ) Three
(members of the Turkish cabinet have
1 resigned because they have been un
i able to bring about a compromise
agreement with the Turkish natlonal
I Ists by which peace terms between
I Turkey and the allies may bo carried
I out Their action makes the selection
of a new ministry necessary.
At a conference of princes of the
Imperial dynasty; held at the palace
I of Osman FOUal Eff ndi. cousin of the
sultan, yesterday, a resolution was
adopted declaring the princes reserved
the right to break their allegiance to
The princes were offended because
the apartments of Prince Effendl, heir
presumptive to the throne, were
searched recently. They deolared the
sultan was unable to protoct his dyn
asty from insult.
DISMEMBERED TORSO OF
WOMAN FOUND IN PARK
CINCINNATI. Sept 20. What Is
believed by physicians to be tho dis
membered torso jf a woman's body
was found Sunday by M it Adamson
of Cleves, O., lying in an unfrequented
spot near the tomb of President Wil
liam Henry Harrison! on ihe upper
part of the body was a thick encrusta
tion of lime. Indicating, it was b lleVed,
that an effort had been made to de
stroy It. I
MM AT I
Richard Saunders, 45. Father
of Three is Accident
HELD IN SIDE CAR BY (i
HIS CARPENTER TOOLS
Companion Leaps to Safety
When Engine Stalls
Richard Saunders, (5 years of age. H
a carpenter, 32.! Twenty-seventh street, H
was killed at 8 o'clock this morning
when a Washington avenue street car H
I crashed Into the motorcycle and sld H
car in which he was riding at the Thlr
I te-nth street crossing.
I John Logan. 3.1 years of Age. 2353
Mdnroe avenue. w;i. operating the mo- J
.tor. He leaped to safety a few mo- J
mi nts before the street car struck.
i Saunders seems to have been trapped J
ln the side car by the tools he was H
carrying on his lap He was Just
ready to Jump when the crash came. J
I He was crushed to siivh an extent that
: death was instantaneous.
DRAGGED xo FEET.
The motorcycle and side car. togeth
er with Saunders, were rolled by the
ar for a distance of about 30 feet.
When the street car halted, the man
l was beneath the tangled mass tha,t
wa- a motorcycle, with the front
; i rucks of the street car pinning the
wreckage to the ground.
Prank Salt ' 7 1 Llghth street, who
'was In the forward end of the street
'ar, said neither the street car nor
the motorcycle was traveling at an ex
cessive rate of speed
STORY OF WITNESS,
"I was lust w-alking to the front of
'he ear and saw the motorcycle turn '
Salt mated. When the motorcycle hit
the railroad ties that made up the
! crossing, the machine stopped directly
In front of the street car. The motor
man rang the bell and sounded the
whistle, one of the men. the one run
ning the machine, jumped The other
seemed to be trvlng to get loose and
; was standing upright in the aide car
I when the street car hit him."
The police were notified and the
ambulance called Sergeant A M Ed
wards directed the removal of the j
CAR JACKED IT.
Fully half an hour elapsed before
'the man's body could be extricated.
It was necessary to Jack up the car
and the car truck to allow clearance
Saunders' head and shoulders were
beneath the motorcycle and after the
street car had been Uftod sufficiently
; to allow room, tho motorcycle was
pried up with levers and the body of
the man removed from underneath.
J. L Hogeboom, .'4S Washington I
avenue, motorman of the street car, I
and R. Kunz, 329 Washington avenue,
assisted In the removal of the body.
Hogeboom would make no statement
regarding the accident. I
I C T. Muller. an official of the Utah
; Rapid Transit company, stated that
the street car had made every effort
I to stop Ho 'aid that the car had not i
j been traveling at an excessiv e rate
Mr Muller said that the car was 3
feet long and said it had not gone for
iward an entire , ;ir length alter hav ing
hit the motorcycle
LOGAN MI CH UPSET. I
I Following the accident. Logan went I
tn the police station lie was gnatl
'upset We wore going north on
Washington avenue and turned at
Thirteenth street, and the street car
jhlt us." was his statement
Passengers who were on the street
car at the time of the accident were'
Louis Oulld. T20 Cook street.
I B. T Burton, 2ti" Patterson avenua
I Mrs V Shields. j
J L. Moore i 20 Thirteenth street
Lorin Trapp, 2239 Monroe avenu
H D Van Sickle. Plain City.
Frank Suit, 271 Lighth street
FATHER OF TURPI ,
Mr Saunders was born In Colliston.
March 1 1876, the son of William G. " I
and Amelia l'achelor Saunders 7'he
j widow who was formerly Miss Laura
May l owers, and the following child
ren, survive, Roy L. Laura C, and Er-nc-st
M. Saunders. Lrotbers and sisters j
surviving arc Mrs, Elizabeth Millard.
Moplton, Ids . Heber C. Saunders.
Reuben Saunders, Kdward T Saunders
of Ogdeq David Saunders, Mouiton,
Ida ; nnd Mrs Charlotte LSyington,
The body was removed to Llnduuist's
LARGE INDUSTRIES SHOW
DECREASE IN EMPLOYES
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. Ten out
(of fourteen representative industries j
showed a decrease in employes in Au
gust as compared with July, the de
partment of labor's bureau of labor
'statistics reported today
Tho number of employes In the au- j
tomoblle manufacturing Industry de
eased ten per cent In August as com
'pared with July other decreases were
'six per cent in the woolen Industry acid
five per cent in the leather, hoslerv
and underwear industries. Increases I
i per cent and 1.5 per cent wee
shown in car-building and repairing
and In paper-making
, As compared with July, the pay
rolls In August showed decreases In I
j nine industries and increases In f l -.
SEAMEN'S WAGES RAISED;
LAKE BOATS MOVE AGAIN
SAULT BTE MARIE, ont , Sept. 2".
Aa a result of acceptance by seamen
of a 310 a month increase, all boats
which have been tied up here for the
UUrf few days were moving again to-