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VOlUMIe Xxxv. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920. NUMBER 40
FilST S[SSION O .
United States not Formally
ALLIES HOPE FOR
LER LATER ENTRY
Prahtce .io1day. Alties ieel fila
Abse1Nce Of 1,'ni11d khle is nyi
Tiemploriary.i Echian llt( o bie Ti Iken
San ":cnm. ApIril I S.- -Quest ions in
CollleCtion with the peace treaty wItl
T'urkey xill comprise the tirst lusi
le:;s to bw taken u11p by the supre:
vounne! allies at its !r:t for
mal session here tomorrow. This wa:l
dl8(ied aIo at a conIferelei today in
the Dilvachan Palace, where the so!
s1ons are to be held, attended by Pre
nieors Nitti of Italy, Lloyd George b;f
Great ltritain and Millerand of France.
It was agreed that dally coimmni
cations should Ie !ssued. as ipol t
occasion of previouts session of the
It developed defilnitcly today that
the U'nited States would not be repre
sented at the conference.
The prime iiinisters of the throle
great power:-Nitti, Millerand atiid
Lloyd-George, have expressed very
decided regret that the United States
government 'was taking no part InI
what Is regarded as one of the final
acts of the peace conference.
As far as it can be sensed, the feel
Ing here Is that the absence of Amer
lea Is only temporary and that the
reasons for her present detachment
are likely to disappear.
Ior the present, however, the 'prime
mi nisters, foreign iniisters and al
bassadors of France, (reat Britain,
Italy, Japan, Belgium and Grreece at
the meeting are occupied with prob
lems partienlarly affecting themselves,
and there Is no disposition to dwPli
imduly upon the lack of American par
The first meeting of the conferees
will be open at I I oclock tomorrow
Another subject '-whih has not been
much mentioned as yet, but which will
he brollght before the council before
Its clos(e, will be the condition of in
tornti'onal exchange and the position
in which Italian Industry has hef':l
pla1ced by ack of coal. The I uingai an
treaty will have to be passed uponl
finally. WVIi tle -prospect ahead that
the present i. llungarlan governnient
inlay reftuse )to sign it. Then there Ild
the vastly important question of com
pet lling ermiany to fulfill the treaty oc
Versailles, regarding which an early
deelaration by the coliference Li c::
Sessions will 1e held ma orliig and
afternoon, with the possibility tha1t
evenIng meiet ings also may be arraniig
Thie JugIo-Shtt'.vs arce not representedo'
here, anld it ap)pealrs dloubltfuil if th.'
AXdriatic ()Iertionl witl lbe tAken' up.
- TiOl si: -: i Sl-:N A'TE.
Repiresenttivle' ,Jnek II. Ibiv!'I Snys lie
Wtill the ini Ih Itne
Rop. J1ack II. D~ayis, whose term In
the lo ver house of lhe General Assem
1)1y expire's thiis year' and who hais
been :previously men tioned( as a proh
able canifdoate for the state senate,
stated Monday morning while in the
city t hat lie hadl dleeled to make tile
For business reasons, lhe asidi, he
considered he ought to stay at home
bult he felt he should enter the cami
paign to defend various measures in
which lie was interested as a repire
sentative. Other avowed entrants for
the senate so far areo 0. P. Goodwin, 0.
L. Long and Phil D. Ifiuff.
Ini AncOni IIesplital.
In a letter receIved by' Mr's. Josie
Martin Hudgens from her son, Ryan
MartIn, lie states that he was confined
in the Ancon, Panama, hospital, as a
result of a slight opieratton. The letter
was written on Atril 6th and at' that
time lie expected to be out In a week
or two. With the exception of the op
eration, lie said that lie was g'etting
along very wvell in Uncle Sam's inavy
bitt would hardly reach home this
summeoe. It 'was already like August
down there, lie Raid.
COURT NEXT WEEK.
Second Week Jurors are Drawn and
Roster for First, Week Announced.
The court of common pleas will con
vele next -Monday with Judge T. S.
Sense presiding. The tern will last
for two weeks, second week jurors
having been drawn Mlonday. IFirst
wek ji urors m-ere announced last
The Jurors for the secold week will
be as follows:
Stillivan Township--Tr. .1. Colemnan,
B. P. Craw ford, .no. W. 'Simpson.
Dials -S. L'. Taylor, Ii. C. Curry,
C. W. Davenport, P. 1.\l ur C. .
Youni---Cillen C. Jones, .ino. A.
Cooper., 0. "'. Cox, 11l. Rt. Pri-or.
llaurenis----T. .1. Irvin. W. I'. Hild
genls, -1. It. Pag'e, j. Pil Unbb.0
W\atel1oo---P. C. Moore, I .1ny 1I'.
'Wells, If. C. Sims, .1. H1. Wharton, .jr.
Crs liillW- TI. 1t. Drowne, .\l. o.
Boozerli If. N. Carter, .\. 1'. Kni-ih
J. liry Raasor, .1no. C. Goodwin.
lluntr-O.I. Bhecaly, Thos. F.
Motes, 1. 1. Copeland, N. It. Young,
J. W. Mlathews, J. Whl~iman Smlith.
Scuilfleown.--l. G. Aladde-n, C. A.
.lacks--Ioht. WV. Nabors, Fred .lhn
The roster of cases for the first
week has been arranged as follows by
the bar association:
31moiday, April 26th.
Oxweld Acetelyn Gas Co. vs. S. J.
Sullivan vs. Crisp.
.Woods vs. Curry.
Iagerty Cook vs. Scurry.
Uiill vs. Southern 1xipress Company.
Tuesday, April 27th.
W. S. Ti'umbling vs. C. W. Killings
W. S. Bolt vs. Laurens County.
Sqnith vs 11111.
Leake vs. iill.
Wednesday, Aprial 2,14h.
lughes vs. Blakely.
W. I). .Jones v.s -AlcPherson.
Cooper vs Gentry.
Watts lills vs. Southern Ex.;re!s
Sunerel vs Waldrep.
Thurdsay. April 29tM.
Reynioh's vs. OWenni.
Adams vs. Wilkes.
[tellans vs. Oliver.
Irby vs. Olson.
Thomason vs. -Stephens.
'Holt vs. Gregory.
.loltjoy 'S Pitts.
Bryson vs. Bryson.
MAiiAFFEY FLOOR 0 . COLL.\PSES.
l'eitar, Acciden1 Inl Local Or'neery
Store Vsterday A fteI'rno 4)n.1,
Yesterday afternoon wh'liil e he and
lis employees were working in the
riont part of the builling, the floor
n the rear of .\lt. A. L. Mahaffey's
tore (ollaseud, Carrying willh It t , a
flhallo b m below Ihe safe,
ago lot of flour 'd111d other groceries
besIdes pulling down a considerabile
unount of shelving. Fortunately no
)Ine was in thiat p.art of t he bu ilig at
the time, so no ,one0 was hurt. 'lThe
::rash, was sit ppiose'd to have beeni e us..
Ad by te large amount of (lour' stauk
NI up In the rear'.
White soime of the stock was be~ig
remiovedl yesterdany 'a ithIiout. d oane, a
'onsifierale por]Ion of ii w~as ulia
iged by3 (cOn?itnt of broken pickle hot -
lies and~ othier eon ta iners. AIt houlgh
:lonaldierably inuconvenileneed, ha sin ess
will be con tinuted righit a long as usual.
Air. C. ID. IHarksdale, 'theo well known
attorney of this city, has recently been
honored by' Goy. Cooperl in beoing ae;
pointed on the commission providled
cluring the last session of the legis
lature to revise the code of the laws
passed( by the successive legislatures
af the past ten years. TPhe work not
onily requilres a great deal of pains-.
taking work, 'hnt also a thorough
kno'wledge of the state laws. The du.
ties of the oflce will requIre much of
Mr. (Barksdale's time -being spent ini
Jce Cream Festival at Mt. Pleasant.
The Mt, Pleasant f. Y. P. 11. will
give an ice cream testival next Satur
day from four until eleveni o'clock, P.
M- Trhe public is cordially Invitedl
bAWSON' MA DDEltN,
Play at Merna.
The 'Shiloh school wvill give the
muiscal comedy "Dleantown Choir" at
Morna school building, Friday night,
NEW CITY COUNCIL
Newi City Employees .Eleceted und
''rafic Ordlancet Pissed.
Tile new city council with Capt. W.
1. Ilc'hey as mayor was formally inl
(lucted into ofilce Th1'iursday morning
and linlediately set about putting its
affairs In shave. The flirst business of
th(e new adini Ist ration Was the eec
tion of emliployees. .lames 'T. C:ews,
cllef of police uinder the Owings ad
ministration, 'was electel chief of po
lice and Jae ie . IPow(r wvas electei
a-sistant chief. The following were
elected as -,rivates on the force: tlob.
Whaml. A. P. S1 ullivan, Jim P~a:v,;, if. 0.
Martinl anld Clar1ence Eldwards. The
chief i; to receive a salary of 185
per mlloionth ald the otheir m Wmb ,- o;
tihe' force $12.3.
-l. . lt nler on as -tr ed h(-.111h
oflice r u pon the recoi In cadat oa r
th, bocard or hecaih). Carlisle Boltwr
oh:Ned Street oversyr. Sianley C; w.;
city clerk andll .1. Hl. P1hilpot. eity e
triciain. All of thi've iilployees re1
(Tive thle samtue salary as the poli c
men. A. ' 'od, 1q., was-i elected
city attorney and Albert Dial was ap
pointed by the mayor as maiyor pro
PrviOsion was made fior the leasing
of the opera hiotue 'Lotr anot'er
period of two Yearis, adveitiselient of
tills being found in another section of
At a subse(tient meeting beld Mon
day night a stringent traffic ordinance
'was passed against speeding and .park
Ing oi the streels. A limit of towenty
nilles per hour owas placed on traffic
In the city with a limit of 15 miles
on the public squ;are and ten miies at
corners. The isiual provisions were
iade as to lights, brakes and other
safety appliances while traie Is re
(lulled to ilove on tle right hanid side
of the street.
Sec0t ion G; of' tle traffic ordinance
deals with parking on the valiols
streets of the city. This section was
adopted inl tile attem)t to sohe(I the
congestion of traffic on the Iublic
square and side streets. IL is publish
ed in full, as follows:
sec. t. Tat on ald after ie .;
sage of this Ordiniance, it shal!l be tin
lawful for any person, firm, or vor
poralotion In the City of Latlren:, to
make use of, or oceinpy with alutoimio
hiles, m11o1or0 vehicles, or other vehiicle;
any (f tle streels, public :puare, or
travelled Iflaces-of the City of l.auren:,
for "parking", or. othieir imri' pose, othar
than as hetelin al owed and in accord
anee with Iilie folloivinig iules a(i rS
Atoioil1es, othllr :!Io!ore
hi1les, antd other volicles of any hind
mav he parked o place. oni the PuIb)!c
Square :cainsi le Inhie and outilside
ei bs tlireor fc:; a iwirico of t welve
12) houris and no tictinlonir at any oine
( M Onl thet North and '.,,ii;; ide
of the lubic Square automo.i ;
mm rvehlicles anld ot~wr veh 1i1.1n
he parked' or1 placed in row. 4, -i[d
oi the -::'st and \V :Ist ; i of Ie
lib!ie Squaitre Inay he a.-de't or - darid
iIg a 1 ingle r w only. ID)osh' row
livereby perittedl a,4 ont l'k. Nar!:h !
South sIdes of i ih ('ruirt ilioos 0 t ,
hii(les, andl (itheir -velhl-. j;arl' e'
lilacedi on thie ibibIlie ihiprareC shat be
pa rked or Ilacedlat right anigl(; to
th e urbi andli with t wo (2) wheel:;,
front cr tear, rest iic :-ain~ I lie cliri:
On the Noithi adi South ;-hiis of ul~i
! those in thie inshi'. tow nie-at to 'li..
(11rb shall lie sioirkod 0or placed, ani
eaich rehicle ill the Merolnd orlmiidue
row shall tie placedi or :iarkedj immii
dlately behind aily such vehicle int
lie f inst or iside tow next to Ithe ('hrbi.
I) M No atitooile or eote veh icle
of any kInd shial bIe par1kd oi bIdaced
arouindl thle Courtt flonuse .u lot on the
Pub lhe Sriuareo so as to obstruct in any
way (lie approaches to the walks lead
lng through the Coutrt 1liouse plot to
the (Couirt IHouse and arond ti he saine,
and1( such approaches shall at all times
be kept openf.
F) On WVest Main Street in the
block ,between Carolinie Stre~t aindl
the PublIc -Squtare, atid on Sout lIhar
per Street from the C. & W. C. Rall
way crossIng to the PublIc Square, andi
on Sullivan Street from the C, & W.
C. Raliway crossing to East Main
Street, and oni East MaIn Street from
the C. & W. C. 'RaIl'way crossIng at
the Unloon StatIon to the Puiblic Square,
and on East Iaaurens Street. fiom
Northi 'Harper' Street to the PublIc
Square, and on WVest Laurens Street
froti Church Street to the PublIc
Square, automobIles, motor v'ehIcles,
ando other vehicles may hbe parked] or
lilaced foir a perIod of teti (10) min
uites at any one tIme, and no longer.
Oti said streets, no automiobile, motor
vehicles or other' vehicle shall at. any
time be par'ked or placed ait rIght
atigles to the curb, or In any manner
no an to occupy more than one.-hnlt
of the street or to .block the name, and
(Conltined on Pagte SIx.)
' OIOClATIC CLUBS
The Hour of 3 O'clock fin the After
Ioonl Suggrested its Time of 3Ieetinr.
'ThI' Democratic clubs of the county
are expected to ilieet at thellr iusual
places Saturday of this welek
for re-organization and election of
d1e legates to the couity Convention,
'-lich inikeets in May. [it order to avoid
confusion as to time of mecetin g, .\ir.
A. .\. Power, county cha1m111a n1, 111
ug'estedl that where clubs have 1not
a reglla r mieetling lori or wvher n0
lie lu1i. not h'en girc.1n already, that
Im hour of :: o'clo ll inhe fInll c
be theG cinon meeting hour.
r1r U9 t 1 d to osed il I rporltt s ofl t hr r
tI -s to Thet Advertiser,
hairall 11Power hlas issuied the f:!
I ing il-i.ructions *1s to the neeting
and0 also ;vntevoting strenilt:1 (0,
1%ach (.;ih at tim insi. printiary vhleelionI
v, ilb the n nhrof, deea e :'-h Allb
i.; 1n tled to, as follows:
T ile variou; club; will or;,anize by
IIletion of, a presideil, ole or imo
vice plresidents, ecretary, alld t re1
Iuer a coniinittev of, not le 1s.1ha
thr-co onl reg'istration anld q committev
man';) to represenlt the (1u1) at lie meet
ings of the county execlitive commit
tee and also elect delegat.es to the
counity Cro)v)en tion, the nu1)mber from
.(h club being one for vvery twen
ty-ive memlleis and on1e for a majori
ty fraction thereof, based upoll th
11u111mr of votes polled in the first pri
mary1 Nil tihe preceding (election.
The 11 numbelr Of dtlegates to tihe
Counlty E'ouvention will be as follows:
No. Votes Poill: d. Delegate:Os
laurens .lill 125
Watts .\lills;......ta !
O1ra .. 2
hanford...... ...-17 2
Pleasant L un .12 2
Stewa rts Store .. 4i3 2
Cooks 'Stor. . . 5: 2
111oilpson's Store C7 3
G ray Court .. ..145
D'ials . 37
Sil~o ... .. .. .. 51 2
Ilickor-y TaIvern .1235
Priinceton ... .. 5
P1oplar Sprinls ..104 4
Dllnis Store . W .G) 4
Ekom .. ........
Nlt. Pleasant .2. . 52
Cross- 11111 .. .. ..115
Wmole.. .... ....I
Mlount ville... .....!'S
1.ydia .\ ill .. ) .. . 5 2
lopew l .. . .50 2
Clin on . .... .30012
(1li o 1 1 .121 5
Nuoted leilinn Nurs~e toi be Att ractionl
49n Apil1 25th.
11ight, .\lr il 2Sl ih.
Mis Lauler was (1aptu1red by thte
(G,.tuans whileii9attendling sch1)ooli
I elgleim an11( kept in prison two eas
Sh9Ie giv~O;es h r e'xpertie nce's and1( hit . (f
history in a most. charmi11ng and( intler
e'sting mnnier, and 1has malde' qiite' a
hit everywh'lere she has appea~red.
This is the last attraction of tihe iy
ceumf courise of G1ray Court-Ow ings
apd~ the public is most coirdially invit
A Visitor After 20) Years.
M1r. Frank WVells, who was a resi
dont of Laurens about twenty years
ago and is well remembered by local
cItizens, splent MTondlay night In the
city, being entertained 'while here bly
Mr. and Mrs. TC. 11. WIlkes. Mr. WVells
was very much pleased wvith the ap
pearante of the clt~y after his long
absence. lie brought thle sadi news
thlat his brother, Oscar WVells, who
wvas connected with The Advertiser
for~ about six years, passedl awvay at his
home at- Miiford, Pa., just a few weeks
ago, leaving a considerable estate. Mr.
Frank Wells is now a resident of Flint,
Mich., whlere lie Is connected with ai
large . autonmobile concern\ He ran
down here from Washington, 'where
lie had been on business, p)articularly
to vist the city agaIn.
Latrtge Attendtace at 11tiass Meeting
Last Thursday Night. Resol utions
A large nuiber of citizens gathered
in the court house last Thursday night
ill response to the call of the minis
terial 'nion to express coIdemnat ioll
of the lynching which octltred iere
onl tlie night of April 1st.
The imtctin g was presided ov''r by
Rev. W. S. Ilolmies, chairimian of the
.\Iiist(qril Unlaion. Rev. S. i. TenjIpl-(:
mn11 opened the ieeting wit h prayer
and Rev. C. T. S1uirc stated the object
of the neeting.
Mr 1i fluires stated that the ministers
had alled the mlleetilg only after ii
as apparent Ithat civie organitions
\voul d not to so. Being convinced 11ihA
the law-ahbding .ieople of the city
110t, em1 o the 13 llnhing, t iniz
Galedth uctingL both1 inl the inter
('st Of the Innaintenan11Ce 01f thV 1Law a11(
to let the outsile worl inow that
sentiment in the city ai Couty was
cppo: l- to much lawlessness4. Alaking..
t strong alraigniment of Ihe li 1im1.1
he said that the ieting should go on
Ie'or d 1i as unhiilestitatingly and untIl uiv. .
onally condeinning lynelhinig I; that the
p(ace officers shoul be assurted of
Sit pport inl briinging the igailly paii 2
to jtstice and that sentimntl avaninit a
repetitin't of such a crime in the Vu
ture should he vreated. _eelaring liat
the law is the legislative expression
or the people, he said that it should be
naintained at all costs and that it vas
ihe duty oh tte law-abiding people to
stand behind the peace olicers in its
Oin imiotiont of Rev. S. II. Teiplemian,
the( chair appointed a comminittee (*Om
posed of W. It. Richey, Jr., It. .
Nick els. Alisoln Lee, It. 1). Boyd anI
.1. W. Ilellais, to draw up resolutions
eilhotlying the eXpressions of .lr.
Sfquires and present it to the ieeting
for adoption. This cotnnil ttee r 4ei
and preseited the following res0lu
tion s, Which twere adopted by a rising
"Wliereas, on ThtSlrday even in
April lst, 19:4 , a heinous crile was
conimitted ill our city, when one .o
Stewart, a nerugro, was forcihly I I
se cretliy taken from the cilty jail iid
Illcgally hanged by unknown parties,
"Ihereas a mass nmtcel ing of !It
citizens of the city and county hasi,
beetn cnllei to express its comitemnati
ion i stuch an act.
'Therefo re, he it resolvd: Fir.el .
That it is the selse of this imeeting
that we ulihesitat ingly and unsuiivo
cally conudemtin said unlawful haing.
Second. TI a'It .' assure tht offiers
who are sv.ornt to inforce tit law,
that they ha e out uliditetd supp
in the discharge of their' (tlis in ap
prehendin." and briginig the guilty
.ait ies to justice.
"\V. l.. Rll'tI -:Y. Ir.,
" l? I. NICKE~A,
"It. I. HOYI).
tvening by Soliitort ttlaitkwell, .\Irt. W\.
Itin, licy. I I. I). .iohn.:oni, antd la .
R.x L., r linys ('oplelarl P'roperl y
Netto.dwis er l~tiuliat $:100
Ia Front Foot. Other Sales .Noh
i. IR. L. Gray, of Grlay ('ourt,
bought the Copeland lot on West I2au
tenis st reel adjoin ig Thlie Advertiser's
new builIding in the auct ion sae Ic on
dutcted by the Southilanid Realty Com
ltanty yesterdtay. Mir. (Gray paid $200 it
front :foot for the lot, whltich has a
frontage of abouit 55 feet atnd at dlepth
of abotut 270. The sales of the other'
p iroperty wer'e not confirmed.
Huyi~s (ilhreath Rtelee.
Dri. 11. K. Aiken and Mr'. I. M1. Wolff
btoughit thie J. F. (illreath resdence on
Trby Avcnue, formerly te hiome of
!Mrs. IEmma Roper', thIs week. Mr.
Gilreath has sold out his Interest In
the PepsI Cola plant here to Mr'. M iI
let', of Greenville, Mr'. (Geo. Wham now~
ibeing the local mtanager'.
Anuothuer ILyceuma N aumber.
Tlhe fouirtht of the series of lyceum
attr'actions is to heC given at the grad
ed school auiditorlumn next Wedhnes
day night. The attraction thIs time
twill be the "Yodler's", said to be a
comnany of r'oal merit.
M any 'Industries Were
.\'Xi,i el' .\ ny Ind liih';. One !n-.
h'led sal orkfe.r 1 s lie nd- -r.1 Mviflt
Iulel ilnet r luoi t 'tidr it(ione.
.Wh:a ' i l , .\ il 'a. -Tiu- nation
r -or es Ow d ' t', they he
an r t wti'-4e s had be enm ht i
novint tevst ament onf lrh
htOLr h:; Ii bea n: Onullatdigtough-l
eul thl untr . opially in the east
hinlv heast1 threev weceks.
.%'lny of the, 01rikers went, out %\.ilh
Mt in-tWinting" anly grievances and
aIr anit nou nced tha-t ailulr to a
-i ve increasebs in il s granted to
ithor railroad mtil promtpoted their a
lion. Th strikits who ncted in defi
mece of the railroad brotherh1.1ood
hiefs, have gro nerally retrn'l ed with
lil aey dtienito protiies of moe'0' pay.
In mlcany cas's, however, they inhie
Wn aSsIrNd their demt anids will hi
presenIted to l'rvsidenlt. \Vilsonl's labor
Loelar( which is ie-powertd thee1. i'il
ederal tran spo(tatio n act. to settle
lisiutes betwel th railroad and
hirt ien. t The board is niow sittill
i \ashin t ol.
Ini (hicago. N Hu original Strike eenl
er1, railroad oflicials reported the
trii had lost its lffectiven ess, wile
11rotherihood 0hi1fs declared action
vouild h l'iln today towards revoking
he charters Of Iloals -wihos Illembers
'efItted to return to work by iidnight
mlrday. Not mor than t,000 mno
ttev 'vepOrt( d to be Oil t Her1- byN rail
- IlL ofiiatl, although th(I ese figur s
eraiptedbyviunu who claimledl
ho siilt tt trikr'an wr unbr okin and'
hat a tm eline of t- t -law" tinilon
ad.. fromt all se lionl s of the co try(
vould h. bld there today to m11ae
a 'nor c tl iling the -tik .
fin the Nvw York distitit it wvas i
mtent Imot of the Strikers, whose
u1ther cr variou ly 0 estimtted at
rom 1,1011 to 2110 111, ha.d return'led. Tw'o
hitouind emphoy I s Itn of the dson
reliht vlhich -- th ousaids of foe
t lutorg into N ew York daily from
mritall N:.o,.lrony points. were t'e
oIfly lltInd anld iimrtalnt holdoaus.
i'if the tkho'n hand 1lreadyon
r traffI n inc th" uen walked out,
In fat haben tem will bo many
on sumC ecse ohin tehlra insith t
o)nntaer craws maeruialtd freigt
ans. tof ove thetory wrorkcts. On
b'vedd alhoal meil werm'pintal,
ath thmer xIn o thae Nw Ohoran:
nta,O Ith Collinwood ards coke the
asn w~tr sanrviee thousandthersio
mitiof work nothr eciosf.h
Theeturn Nohereoa ee bteikn:a
atimo ntri'&Oio inmn of the fo ipiy
Teih pervice I cohdall nitt At-e
ittsburn tce-remilet art sti leas-t
nchodlhi disldetg, Satrae the ma-. *
bhuinnin hat be o'clo igfan