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A J pugxled o . r somt
nm?"7 1 . ;i. ponder ns yon may, you
mnt recall? hen i: happens :iRaln
tall the libra i s
Few realise the impotence of an
Institution of thin sort in a city the
"Ize of Ojrdcn. I.u; from the light
tinted walls of th- library. Informa
tion of every description Is scattered
""it the community, wielding i
nighJl influent , ,,
Proohbly ihr lariter number of li
brary patrons are student from the
local schools, 'specially those who
.Mend High school and the Weber
Normal coll r.
ROOMS ll ll l.
4 Between the Kourt f and c
o'clock, the rending rnnniK of the
Illirilf'V n :w tf.l-rtvl...l tillt. , Au mtm
I 'lents. laboriously ti inning .. realise
on paleontology, and digesting unpal
a'able appclatlons merely to find the
etoinologlcal derivation of plathylmln
lli-iory and F.ngllsh ar the most
called for referenr works, however,
the Ktud'nt- leek little scandals of
French. Knullsh and iven Egyptian
court life to spring on their teach
' ra and fellow students.
One teacher In a lor:il school, has
advocated ttjidentJi pursuing research,
work with the view ..: bringing io
light certain human elements to
gether with the stark, dry, unlntcr
Kiting events as chronlcl d in some
The refeien.e . ! r.- nnn tr A
Iio students. however. During the
III nod- while Amerlcanlaatlon clo sin
Were being conduct. , mi local Kchooig.
the library Was. the center of altrac
tlon for members of the class and
tlie librarian picked out such works
on various subjects that could be easl-
ly understood by (be Americanization
'lass studr nta,
Scores of ambition Ogdenlte spend
leisure moments ii the lihr.irv seek
ing Keneral Information, In some in
stances, while others concentrat upon
some one subject Which is probably
connected with their bus
Hank messengers, nsijirlni t.. rite in
i he profession they have mcsen have
garnered Information at the libra -y
vhlch. coupled will; their dallj ob
nervations regarding the banking con
cern Ibr which lhe w,-, worm?.
R lias led to a Job behind the cave.
During the past year , two. b okf
I WHITE QUOTES
1 HARP TALK
Chairman Says Republican
Nominee Views on Prohibi
tion Enforcement Change
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. George A.
' White, chairman of the Hemocratic
national committee, in a statement to-'
nigh) declared that although1 J-Vnator
Harding yesUrdas ''criticised the en
forcement of the prohibition law In tho
United States." he "conveniently for-
gjot that m a speech on August 1.'
iblT. he encouraged resistance to the
enforcement of prohibition."
Senator Harding. Chairman Whit
said, yesterday declared "we musl all!
condemn without qualification the
failure of nn eatablUthed authority to
vuext iit outrages of vlob nc , such aa
"The senator con venientl forijot
that In a speech in the senate on Au
gust 1. 1917." Chairman White con
tinued, "he had himself encouraged
, resistance to the enforcement of pro-1
hibitlon in th'-e words:
" I do not Hunk a prohibition
amendment will lit effective, Mr. Pres
ident. You cannot make uny law
stronger than the public sentiment
which sees to its enforcement. I have
watched tb'- progress of thiy question
froi.i Hie conflict in the natnlel to the
municipality, to the county, the tate
and (he nation, and while I stand here
and freely express my doubts about Its
practicability, the -am'- time, I recog
njjge hat is growing and insistent and
pi rslstent and It must be settled.'
" ' The country will not he partlcu- ,
larly Impressed by his sudden Interest
Ij, the cnfurirMnen: "f a law which
ho said could never lie enforced. Will
the friends of prohlhltlon he Impelled
to trust Its enforcement to one who ex.
pnKed H. t II o f that it could never
fi Ke enforced ?"
I A LIBERAL REWARD. IF
I YOU WILL HUNT
I THIS MAN
J HE WTS YOU AT ONCE
A t0 share in a large inheritance that
modern Chiropractic Adjustments
I under tension can give you It is
the one and most successful road
J to our heritancc of health, and to
8 natures storehouse of vitality
1 which is yours if you will
. A. V. HARRIS
,1 Modem Chiropractor
.Jf 218, 219 Col Hudson Building
f Office hours 9 to 11 a m.. 3 to 5
u p nx, 7 to 8 p. m.
IOH--eaj-pentry. plumbing, electricity. ,
and scores of other trades have been 1
in demand. Score of b'omc owners i
Iiave become ad'-pi atnVllnK furni
ture, doing rather liiUi'at repair Jobs j
on housi-hold appliances, havs In thiSi
not onl extended their education,
bin their general usef ulnesa.
KarmTss stud agricultural books
students asplrinf: to legal fame read,
books of the heavier type and demand j
'fin thes books is n'rl as extensive
as the patronage of the fh-;ion portion)
of the library.
IVnaps lh librarian is asked for in
formation regarding the anniversary
o fan early statesman. If reference!
works dp not carry the required In-J
formation, the magazine files may no'
Si aimed with SUCCESS atnl In even! that I
this source ts not fruitful, perchance '
... .1.1 . ..1,... .. a .... t lit InfAMHa.!
Hon will be uncovered. Few aes haw
been reported where the librarian has
failed to discover information that is
GENERA! 1X1 n:i M
In the olden days, before restrictions
v. I i placed upon "Central" answer
ing questions, many seemingly Impos
sible qSierle. filch .s the rate of
I of light, or how to nutlet BO) i
were naked of the Irtfowimtlpn depart
ment at the tcjeiihone office. The
librarian i now colled ror information
and although Dp ny f the o,ies:lons
asked her would stump a uVllvei It)
pre teesor. she cither ghcs the ,n-swe;-
off band or looks up "dope" to
answer the gneatlpn.
win- mi 1 1 1 ' mnai wmeiy rcau ooohb
al tin- librai) j large, red volume,
ni.seas. of Infancy and Childhood."
Kond moth rs. upon reading the
book, become worried over offsprings
rfnd Immediate! v jnnunon the assist
ance of a physician to prescribe for a
disease the sympfon.s of which are so
clearly srt forth In the book. The
book is i ii right, inn Imagination of
anxious matrons responsible for
many unnee s-ai doctor i-.ts. it Is
Another bt,k in dfmand at all times
is a large fat brown volume which
depil t marriage eutcms bf all na
A "nee popular 1"ok which ifow Is
.tl.,..st , r:j,,. (,.., -ried liy lis former
following, is a large volume on sea
manship Whl hi during the peri id of
the war, was widely read by Ogden
youths who aspired to enaign berths
in he navy.
For all Dep.irtmcn'r, Call Phone
Yes' our "MueWer Pipe and I'lpeless
Furnaces are replacing the stoves. No
troublt to Keep the whole house warm
and Che) save ions of fuel. Installed
b '' : w. 11 .1 . 4. i .-.mi Co Heating
Lpeiis. Tel 196S: Ady (S44
.Mnrilagi Announcement is made i
of the marriage of Sergeant George
Mason. U. S M Q., Ogdcn, and Miss
llofft SVaynb Ivelle) or Houston, Miss.
11 Salt lake Superintendent w. k.
HuiKlns attended the gild contest at!
Granite yesterday between the Ogden
high school and the Granite high
Sen Baucbtet John w. rteeve... Hie
income ia man. Jinnoumed yester
day Hie arrival of i baby girl at his
borne sn PYlday,
Phone 852 fr ineecnger
Hab Hnugbtcr A girl was horn
esterday to President ami .Mrs. T K
McRaj at their residence in H-.ints-
Clean largo rags wanted Bt The
Mj.ndai d-BxamlCer office
I'nt lanx- of lb'- -eayon ir the
lOlghth Ward Tliuivday. October T
Lillian Tliatclur onhestra. Kverv
body Invited. 0015
Jonathan apples and pear. '. c d
llyeg. 558 12th street Phone 3'fH-P.
Polo's Chili Parlor r.ow open troni
11 n. m. to ii p. m. Best chin in
town Take some home. !3fD Hud
gden Tvpewriter House for type
writers and repairs, 24SI Hudson ave
Wattis Says Building
Is Booming in East
Business conditions in the east arc I
unsettled bin despite ihes facts build-.
Ing construction ts booming, according
to President Warren 1 Wattis of the'
' ' liainlii i ii ConunTi -. w ho l as
returned from an extensive Lsit to the
eastern states. While in the east Mr.
Wntii visited M.-tr.iit. 'hlcago. New
fork, Boston, Niagara t ails and othe."
cities of the east. lie accompanied
his daughter, Florence. east. .Miss
'Aa:us I, now enrolled al Smith col
lege for women at Northampton.
lt imers In the middle west are'
looking forward to u great season foci
thell larni food stuff, according to
Mr Wutlls. In these states a record
crop has been listed and the farmers!
are due to get good returns for their!
goods, he said.
Missionaries to Meet
The Scottish conference reunion will
be held In the Knsign ward amuse
ment bail Ball bafce, Saturdxt Oc
tober 9 Th hall 1 located al Ninth
avenue ond l street
Deaths and Funerals
JOSHl .lames Josbua. aged 70.
of Wasbakle. Utah, died at a local
hospital Friday evening. He Is sur
vnel by a widow. Joshua was a
Washakie Indian. He was a mem
ber of tb high priest quorum at
.Washakie "The lodv may be via wad
at the ltrkln cnapel this morning. It
win be shipped at S o'clock to Washa
: kls, where services mill b bold at
, 1 r, einck tod' Hiahop Ward w ,
'WHY, THEY'RE WEARING BATHING SUITS!'
I W afTA cSBtK P8bB l.ciK iilH i-ger, ilclrl In m
' ; J1' j s y nevet been froni
r m WmXm ml 'dL 1 r ibau Miitauki-i
PIKw 9 "' ''" "i'ih;,ii
ll EOE BKCKDEY
Staff t orrcfpojident.
N'KW YORK, Oct. 2. As the train
pulled in to the Pennsylvania station
after the long trip from Monroe. Wis .
1 1 was far inor.- excited than was Edith
(May, my little 1 - ear-old prize win
ner of the National Salesgirls' Hcauty
I had always Imagined what hiia-
ious fun It would he to SCI .i maiden
from the South Sea Isles suddenly
down at the bu.A-i cdYner of broac
I way! Anl while Edith's home toft i .
a nice, trim, oinj; little city 01 some
lOuo boui. .r.. sixxri on irhlch
has an automobile, BlatlStlca shov,
iMtlll it isn't diuch like N'-w fork.
Ami Sdlth had never iefor- been fai-
iiher from home than Milwaukee
ISdith thought we had reached New
i York whe n we stopped at Newark, N.
J. 1 brokt the HOWS gently that she
,in list expect something still larger,
noisier, busier, more sk -scrapcry than
I thOUgnl (lie skyscrapers would
icnuse Edith May's first lonR-drawn
l"Oh-h-hV' of astonishment
Bus it was not. It was not the "in
credible mazes of the BUD way; not the
MUCOUS clutter of 94th street and
i II was the costumes of the women:
, IJdlth gOSped, opened her lovely
'mouth and her st.ury eyes, clutched
I my aim and whispered
I "Those women! Whai ire the
wearing'.1 Whv don't I hey put on bath
ing salts and le done with It!"
I explained that knee-lei:?th skills,
"seeniore" freorgettes and ballroom
I gauges for street wear were popular
I With those who cared more for at-
TO HER IS BABY
Woman in Lee Shippey Tri
angle Struggles to Prevent I
(By International News Service)
KANSAS CITY. ao. The devotion J
1 of Madeline Babln, the young ParNian I
I girl Involved ' deportation proceed
, Ingp brought by the wife of Lee Ship- i
I pey, Missouri poet and" newspaper man.
; and fbrjnet '. M. A worker ovCr-
as. to her :nall smi. ! ige.
I four months old. has won the aimi-
I ntlon of nelghbor.t on Wabash avenue, i
where the Ha bin famlh llycs The
'care and love bCStOj ' on tie t Ifjld
'by MadelUic, us well as the industry
j of her mother, Madam" Georges P.a-'
I bin, and her sister. fJeorgefe ImVe I
, won the friendship of 'he Iti ?hho -
i Many of the women of the neiffllboi -
hood have culled on the youii mother1
'and many others in ICanaas Cil' who
knew the unhappy circumstances of
1 the coming of the young Krenfcll girl
, t" America have assisted her md her
i mother and sister.
Bl Kin I li.ll l I
Prosperity has begun to visit the
family and suffering of the past
months is beginning to lighten foi
thelli The bouse whetC tile;.- are .iv
lng Is a targe one and Is well tin -nished
B industrious epplli hum of
the needle In making expensive' gowns
they bae built up a profitable trade
Msaiame Babln works until , '' it
night putting the fine needlework I,
touch to the gowns. Members of
the Alliance lrincas havi been (
material assista nco In helping the I;
hree women vindicate the confidence'
of the government In them ih fed;
Oral authorities having refu.-ed to de
port the famlh
She keeps her baby spotless and i
spends all of her time with it ,?
neighbor said In praising the devotion
of the Kretu b girl to her son "II.
seems to ie hei oni Interest
The famlh lives a few doors from
Warren hong, who is in charge of the
local Immigration offke.
The wlf- of .Mr. Iing has Interested
herself In the famlh and saj tb re
l no danger of their becoming pol III
"Mad line hi- won the hearts of a I
the women of the neighborhood." Mrs
It H vi ii i IXTERES1
The bab Is kept cire-sed in the :
whitest and sheerest of garments,
and Madeline appears to have no
other interest than that of the little
son o er w hom she hov ers ''
Although the health of the young I
Prench girl Is not excellent, she finds
time 'to assisl her mother uml Geor- .
getle in the rush of getting out thl
mani ple4 e of work which are
brought to tliein
lee Shippey. father of Madeline's!'
bab. according to Immigration offi
cials, la on the jtaff of the I Ange-T
re Times and continues io liv- with
hu mother and sister there. Mod
nn receives frequent letters from
Shippey mother and slater, all ex-b
pressing their sympathy and love.
Shippey wife and I heir eight - ear-'
old son are In Kanaaa City.
i IGHTW1 ii. it rs MAI HU)
MILWACKKh. Wis. "ct J - Jo
Welling of Chicago and Lw Tcndlei
(of Philadelphia, were matched toda)" !
to meet In a ten-round tiut heri on
October Si. The winner Sk til be rated
as the legitimate hgntweTgh' ihim-Plon.
25 women to peal tomatoes.
1 Van Alen Canning Corp. 517b
tractlng attention than for attracting
favo aine attention,
"EVI HYOXK In 11 N !'
"But but " Edith sstood still, or
as still us the surging crowd would
permit, l ei lips wide apart, "'everyone
seems to i., -funny-looking. That girl
with satin il.Micing slippers. that lady
'I' in-ije , ii'nfou and fur rape thut
-tiom.in twh she's older than my
mother!' In shbrt skirts, a oung girl's
hat and and look at her face, her
lips like blood and her cheeks "
I I drcw.JSdlth firmly along, feeling
more apologetic for my fellow cltlzeit
easea than 1 bad for n long wlule. She
kept right on exclaiming.
I I should think they'd he arrested
or sometbfng: And why ilon't they die
of the lic.a in those furs: How do the)
Walk in such slippers' Aren't they
ashamed to show their "
Swiftly I steered her Into the big
hotel where her uew fortune have
swept her. The rich corridor flanked
i With Its gay newsstand, its theatre
tickel booth, its flower and candy
shops, its constantly ascending und de
scending elevators, the prosperous men
jand women who moved about Intent
upon their business and pleasure all
i made a kaleidoscopic whirl in the
mind of the little country girl beside
Her bewildered eyes optsned wider,
her soft lips framed a new "ub-h!"
I'p t in- parlor ami bedroom that
is to i e hi r temporary home, we shot.
ECdith stdod Ira ns fixed.
hi Iter gingham frock and little blue
haj ftom Monroe, she stood In the
mid'dh "i Hie room a moment, word
lees, breathless. Then she flew to tho
window from which a paiio ams "f tall
buildings can be seen. She t oil 1,1 al
most hav,. tossed biscuit, if she'd
had so plebinh a (nisslle. to the roof
hiTh office of Pip Zlcgfeld, of tlie fa
mous "Follies," and of the Mayflower
Photoplay corporation, which two
greai dealers m feminine beauty offer
K luh May her tu ket in the lottcr.N 01
"AREX1 DR1 VS..P r M.l. !"
She stared, spellbound, at the pco
ple, antllke, below. I thought -he was
going to say something about dreams
come true. Hut what she said at last
"They stlil look funny, eVen from
here those women in their bathing
suits' I've BlWSjys heard New York
women Were such splendid dressers.
But goodness gracious, thev aren't
Iressed at all:"
GomperS Takes His First Air Trip
. ROCIIKSTER, . Y. Samuel Gompem president ..f the Ameri-i-an
Keclcrjili'in ul" Labor, reicntlv took his iirst airplane trip. Gotn
Srrs hail hu important address to deliver lion', bul miaged iiis train
nt Buffalo. So the labor lt-ador chartered aij airplane and arrived
here in time for the speech. The picture shows Gorapera in the
plane in full toga of the aviator.
LONDON, Sept. 11. - (Corrcspond
pnee.) The old swindle of passing
currency notes of the Confederate
States of America, which hus been
worked in England for years, is
flouishmc again Heports of the vie-'
limizalion of shopkeepers at ports
iiac been reaching the American em
bassy here In increasing numbers re-
A ticket -eller al one of the big
London railway ststlons gave a Swiss
- .l. Cn.11.1. ...... n. I l. ..
t at t , ir . 1 1 -n re ' t. pouuu- ivi a
1'iti i ujitederate note, hut became sus
picious before the waiter had gone ,
far and had hlui detained. The po
lice were in a dtlemna as thev could
not dlst Ingulf h tbe note from good
American mono and finally had io ,
appeal to the American embus)-.
The Swi. ald he obtained the
note from SB American, but declined
lo say bow much the transaction
ro.t him The police believed his
story thaft he -had acted in good faith
with the ticket reller.
The police say this swindle runs i
In waves cropping up eery few years i
snd more : ucc eomfolb han hrreto
1 'a uama hats are made front fibre I
taken from the leaves of palm tree.'
I'AUIS, Sept. i I'orrespondcnce
- The "preliminary Investigation" In
the ease of Henri Unulrii. whom the
police refer to as the Gambats Blue
heard hnd hold responsible for the
dlsttppearur.i e "f eleven women to
whom he hid i.i .,n. it., I iii.ii riaKc. h.u
just been coneluded. It ha lasted
All the documents In the ca..
.imuuntlnR to over fte ihouxand. have
tieen turned oifr to the promrutor
general of the republic by Judge Bon
In. who eonduet.tl ihi prelinona,-y In
west Hatlon. 'the Judge luinedttLtely
left for a delayed aeatlon. lie was
accompanied bj the good willies of
Uandru, who told the Judge tbal it
had been a great comfort to blin lo
make his acgualnlance and that h
hoped the feeling was mutual.
I jndm has ronalatentty refu- i
answer the guesttoo of Judc- Itouin
and haa made the Investigation an lif
ficuh an possible for the ma fU'rate.
It la the feeling in court house
irclea that the case aCulnst f.tndru
is weak and much doubt 1 being ex
presjed as to the -bancea of convic
tion for murder against him. The
eleven women have simply vaeliiifrt
Into thin air. Thr "corpus delicti '
In larking In the case. Boner were
found In the villa occupied bv Ijoi
dru at Oambala and the pros.M-utl.n
will eonieDd they are human io-ie-,
bat the defen.e will call ripen to
wer he ,ir rahhii. lamb and dor;
Fall Clothes of
$30 to $60 I
There's a iliflVrenro in clothes, hut tbre's also n
difference in the men who wear them and the tail' rs
who make them.
When a tailor is crankier than his customer ibOtll
giving li i hi a perfect fit, iiauallj the cuatomcr geti WKt
(ur tailors know all tin- kinks and curVca ol uotlr hH
ake palm pride anil jL m
Q sides we give you .1 real variety "I the latcsl fall W
patterns to choose from all-wool materials of high- W
est quality . 1
Vc satisfy our customers they come back-
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OWEN BENNETT, Prop.
On Hudson Avenue by the Alhambra Theatre
, -3 n
AMERICAN LEQON PROTESTS
DECISION DENYING TREATMENT 1;
! TO 40,000 DISABLED SOLDIERS 9
iQy Intern.itlondl New ervlc )
BOSTON Women election officials
I in aid tin- women ot M.isaehusett k in
j casting their votes at the coming elec-
That's what 'Ii'- leaders of several
iMiffraKe organizatloru-i want. Thev
have formal) requested tin- appoint
ment of women election officials in
letters sen! to the mayor of every
M.i.xsachuHett city and the nelectment
jo. every Massachusetts town by the
I Massachusetts League uf Women
The are sjgopd bv Mrs.
George ' Keanng, Jr.. hair man of
the league, Mm. Charles Sumner Bird,
chairman of the women's dlvlalon.
1 Republican state Committee and Mrs.
Suza.n U tltxgerald, chairman of like
women's .llvlxi.pii. iJeniie r.i 1 1. State
1 lf fering opinions as to the Inter
pretattou of th'- law COmpellloi; iH
men voters to state their age are as H
I yet unreconciled, llcnrv V. Cunning- H
1 ham. chairman of the Ballot La
CominUioii. believe: Ihs law should H
WOMEN OFFICIALS ARE WANTED ON j
MASSACHUSETTES ELECTION BOARDS I
'Bv 'nternntioral New; Service)
WASH I KOTl N. -Vijcorous protest
I has lieen made to W. W Warwick,
I comptroller of tin (reasur)', by the
American i.-glon again.it his recent de
cision that the i0.00 dlaabled veterann
'of the world wur taking uattMial
training ware not entitled to medical
. .tu ntlon and supervlnion neie ir' '"
keep them In fit eondltton to pursue
1 In a letter to ih" comptroller Na
Uonal Coinniiinder Kranklin D'Oliel
Woman Accused ol Bigamy
Says She Thought Him
Killed in France
NSW YollK. dept. Lilian Mu'.
ler of Brooklj 11. armlsiicJ In the tloti s
avenue police court on a charge of blg
um. told MaffUtrate Oelsman fronV-.lv
in.il hi- bid murrled Howell ' I.U vd.
., iir;i'ni in the American . t- 1
tlonury forces lo France, shd Freder
ick W. liarK loth Brooklyn boys, but
declared that she thought her wartime
swethe;irt bad beeo dead for year
before ahe married Mark. She held
n I Ive-montbVold bai In her arms
and begged the mlglstrate not to send
her to prison and break up b r happi
ness In her new home
" Wiefci tesm In her eyes she told how
In 1917 she had fallen in hve with
Uovd whtle In uniform and hsdr mmr
- i-tl him onlv two months befur- be
ailed for France. She told of I b
masy loving letters she sol from her
soldiiT husband, until one day In Jul.
1911 came missive telling ber that
his outfit jeas golnjr into battle, and
Intimating (bat If she did not hear
from him again she might know that
he had died on the field.
No more letters came from ber-
rejnt l.lo,d. he Mild, but x-S'-rnl IMB
Khe ivs 'led several months and heard
nathi irom him. and thrn when
I Kred Mark asked her to marry him.
the legion, has asked that the de- H
he reconciled. The Federal H
Board for Vocation. i o ion has H
been providing medical attention and H
treatment fordlsab)e men in train- H
ing until August 4. -m f
iiolbr of the treasury refused to B
17,000 rnoBtb but according to Fad
don hundreds of disabled men HBVJ
will drop their tralnln? and pcrhipi VJ
never lake it up-agairr. kVJ
card Ing) y. Just a year ago, lbs and H
.M irk wer- m.n rled in the Urace Lu- aaBBIjl
tsfonned clurcb m iirooklu. B
Thev were ih said, arid LaVaafl
(there was no thought of midnras H
Mi u home until Tharsdaj when lf
th.il IJ... ) wns n.i
', was living und back In Brooklyn and H
knew that she had married again. H
l.lovd. who appeared In court, sold H
I trace of bu wife, but bud beeb uaaMa fH
to locate ber until last week, when he M
'Sflamu ih.it ir she la hapjyy with her fH
04 moabend he has no dentr to break aaaaaBaaaa!
The magistrate held the )Oumr H
BBaV l M
i;b bi KTa ufsu nm Bn)i
hard-fought tuiii' tier today Brown
defeated Amherst. II to 0 Both fiH
l.i.ide In the first
to WlsiTn-in Inventor has patented aasaBaasal
a device for trapping and killing
Tb first lifeboat ever made was LaaBaBassal
built in Inn? and is to b. ser-n HH
$1 a Bushel
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Ptope 8 R-2 Wi