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'j THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 j.
Is It Pep That Wins Titles For Actresses? SOME IRRESISTIBLE EVEN HEIRESSES' Jose Collins, Who Recently Wed Lord Robert Edward Innes-Ker, Latest Link in Long Chain of Proof That Stage Stars Fascinate Nobility. By Fay Stevenson. Corrrlihl. lfM. br Th irf m ruMlnhlni Co. (Tt Niw Told IttBtm World I THE AVKKAQE heiress marries a titled man and pays for the title In hard cash but actresses (especially musical comedy and show girls) usually manage to capturo a husband with o, title jurt on the merits of their own personal charms, seasoned, perhaps, with a little dMh of "pep." Kt any rate, that Is the way a number of actresses "have managed It." LCtQoVWiSkv4Uas9jyu m OTiltW.l; ;w r1 i i J ,.iu a xrwf JTF 1 1 J a ROBT. .1NNICS The recent marriage of Jose Collins, rr)UfilcaI comedy nctress.and Lord Rob ert Kdward Innes-Ker, brother of th Uuke of Koxburghe, who married Mlns Way Goelet. daughter of Mrs. Ogden Omelet, Is the latest Illustration of this. Ixird Innes-Ker has a notable war roc crd. Is but forty mid Is very popular lh theatrical circles. May Yohe Is another theatrical lady ulio acquired a, title and tho famous "Hop" diamond Ju.st by h"r own vTvucimih boauty und lovely voice. In ll)i hIhj irurrii'il Lord Fram-ia Hopj, Wother 4t the Duke 01 Newcastle. Ha Hiijumed the title of Lord Hope t5 nt'fiuiiv a fortune left him by - Ilia KlSindmothi r, Jim wile of a rich Am sterdam diamond tiu-n li.int. Hi fain. Ily offend him Sl,o.,onii ir hu would Hot marry Mils Vohe, bu4- his lo'vo UV'dv' him blind to tuili iniiiefiu nts. ltottevr. iielihrr idr tlili., the "Hope" dlAinonn nor h) wealth, which ho managed to rquaniUr, brought hnjpines t.i May Vuho, who Kept rlifht on with hnr stage career, was divuived, murrted I'utu.un Hrad Ico Strong (son of a former New York Mayor) und afterward sought her freedom from "I'utty" to nuVry Gapt. John Andy Smuts, first cousin- of Geh. Vun Smuts, former Roer com mander. Hut Mrs. Smuts, famous throughout tho world of light opera and known as "Madcap May," has left the stage, forever and was last heard of In 1918 at the Seattle North Pacifla shipyards, where the was Working as a Janltress In order to care for her husband, who was 111 with Influenza. France Ilelmont, one of the orig inal "Florodora" sextot of 1901, Is nnother American actress who wed a? title on beauty rather than bills. She married Lord Ashburton, who waj a member of the famous bank ing family of Darings, In 1906. Lord Ashburton Vfap at that tlmo a eon firmed bachelor, comfortably situated as to the world's goods and owned one of the finest baronial castles in England. Then there Is Eva Carrlngton, known as the "Fairyland" beauty, . who married Lord de Clifford In 1S06. Lord de Clifford's 'title was tho most anolent In the Drltlsh peerage, dating back more than six hundred years. He owned 13,000 aores of land In County Mayo, Ireland, on which there was a hlstono baronial castle. This mar riage was also a very happy one and graced by the birth of a.son, ths Hon. Edward Southwell Russell, heir to onu of tho oldest titles In the kingdom, and a daughter. Rut In 1909 Lord do Clifford wo killed In an automobile accident at Dramber Five years later Lady de Clifford married .Arthur Block who bore no title but owns qjenaff Castle In Ayrshire, Scotland, and Is very wealthy. C&rrtlHc Clifford, who was a chorus cjrl In "The I'rinee of Pllsen" und "became .famous through her memor able Bonn, "Why Do They Call Mo a Gibson Ctrl?" won her husband. Hon. Honry Lyndhurst llruce, eldest sou. of the Earl or Abcrflarc, by ner wit ann beauty. They were married In 1908, soon forgiven by the at tlrst perplexed Lord Aberdaro and settled down to ffieKft very "happy indeed u'Wwhe entered the Itrltish service) was shot n Franco while carrying a nag of tnThn we have the recent case of Sir Hugo CunHfte-Owen. head of tho nrltlsh.Amerloan Tobacco Company, o-d h'.a wife. Lady Cunliffe-Owen. whose former husband, "Monte-' KatrBofWK.of,sa K I7r in Ttri-f. mi.-Oliver, ivhngn Wrr S.V "Si.. E,lwUwth Just after the recent announcement 04 mo marriu-e or jp l oiuns io lird Robert Innes-Ker. a IindoYi desDatch announced "England has be- rtmte accustomed of late to alliances between memners or some or tne old ... t....... . . it,. ..i,ni... n-rf -,...1. " N-noM; 1! 'waw 't i vx ill .i u-v n ik . ih. v vjt k r -v rajk psm hall revorties. Aneusiomea? wtvy, a wcflerful corrective due to In- marriages havo been going on like ternal disorders of the type mentioned Tt S? in.' C rrte- y ed'haTf an ffi? frequently prove much happier thanmeal. Kodlum phosphate taken in this tho titled marriages so many heir, way acts upon tha liver and entire tits contract for. Beauty seems to intestinal tract and It remarkob y Utlonfer than ctshl . cleansing. CHARM OUTWEIGHS DAZZLING DOLLARS ; mm -s u3 n u u w- j r ) mi a Mmmi r - 1 1 ' .. . F-Sl " i I P-EAP ,) THERE ISH'T N 3 HOW DoYoU VCHARNIMejl eXQUISITE Cowrljtit 11JI). 1.1 the ritu Pul'llnhlnt Cn (The Nrw York World I DrUU IMSCOl'HAORD ONE: Draw near and 1 will tell you whore you can get some money. U1GI1T WHERE YOU Attn. Dr. Conwcll says If you cannot make money where you nrd you cannot make It anywhere. Suppose you estop thinking about monev. For a few dayi at least work a little harder and "TBND TO HUHINKSH." If you want water from a hoso you do not step on tho rubber pipe, do you? Thero is plenty of water In the city reservoir and thcri la plenty of money. In fact, morn to-day than ever. Turn the water on and get what you want. Turn CONSTRUCTIVE THINK ING on and the money will flow from your THOUGHTS ANIT ACTS and not from any ono source. Abolish the fear at want nnd you get what you want. LET TILVT RAISE LOOK FOR YOU. Get tho Idea expressed above and you will soon .have to worry (?) because so many em ployers are needing a man like you. Yours In earnest, ALFALFA-SMITH. BEAUTY DR . CH AR LOT Coirllil, lilt, hi Tin Vku l'ullUlm tt v.. 'i ci.:..? ui. -im u vam 1x o vou realize the commercial I J and social valuo of a clear sktif ? If I. mlmlM-dlv n. rn.it nn nt. 'T'lT-aT km dT heaHhv ,, ctT.SK SlWr.' stood - -. complexion." A ulh co,0 retM from th? cbb mufr'the various Taye.r "oi" ni. Xand ' clea?nes Isduo to the transparent scarf or outward layer 0f the skin In which there aro no blood VeM.Jf. Owing to the various T. 7. .'. .iu ....,.. "'-hcd vm must live hvgienicaliv. ami in er e mnrh innu -n and observe th hodv. . ........... V. a "f ouisiuo. , rrorts to restore or secure h a ''"" "l""" " me ue aware, no ti an t nave anv oniy son or nis n oiner sno usually men wn cn lorma on tne rmr. or ... .... r.... ....... .1 T ... 1 ur-oicm, ii u vii nu gi .drsired .ittraction shn should of dust more errectlvoly man soaps. ' J..'". j.. , ..... J r.'.r "" " checkmate In thi-eo moves. refullv nfter her -encrafhenlth Hub lightly and gently over the sur- nuiinuiiin umi wiumi ue iroie "' u"uiiiih "" i-vuih wjuivvw mm u mi .... 4 " Z tileres are arranged as follows! tho utmost cleanliness of tut of thn sHln. and after a few mo. at Valley Forge. In fact. Washing- her to make mother n mother-ln-low. mirror. "' ."..ii , ,; ," ; ,r7l ..J - King at Queen 1. Olshop at nth on the irmlde as wtll ments remove 11 wun a piece ot eon .-mi. k.- . . tv,. H.i.otAd ir 1. nn. ,- .tin v, -,. . -.i. -,..1, t. L... '. t!.. -1... ...i' 7. Knight t Kings. I'ftwn at Queen' Can You r WE CAME ' 7x ' I I 7? 1 ToSEEttTOHNO lFFf I i 5 I t , I KJ SWrDTVl yJ. I X XW ."N I He WU OS) WEATHEfo??P0LITICS c.Mrtjwifl.b,Thiw THE new Administration has' promised us moro weather, T . ...Ill . 1 . mv I ii win gee mm .Aiarcn cornea In like a lion on March 1 and fsotM Jut like a lamb on March 4. Tbat'H snowballs this winter for tho Demo- Hooch Hounds' IVotctlve League Is twenty-seven days earlier than usual, cratlc officeholders to cat. collecting moonshine and making tho but you expect things like that from The Woathcr nureau should be atmosphere wt. It's a fi0-50 ar an Administration that has prom- kept out of politics or Hooncr or later rangement that gives us 100 proof, lacd to speed things up. Tho Weather It will be weathor-boaton. Ixxil; at The Anti-Saloon League's brand of Ilurcau has been a bum Bticcess un- what the Domocratlc weather expert dry weather Is driving folk! Into col der a Democratic Administration. It 'I'd four years ago. Election Night lars that weren't constructed for cy- gave us mild October weather when the Coal Trust wanted cold. ' Under a Democratic Administration there was sd much wind the Sham- I. , i rucn uuu io ouuer a uci- tu fivinun beaten. A Domocrotlc Weather nu- reau cave Chlca.o a blistering week ot heat for tho Republican Convon- predicting fair weather since tho are always plenty of changes In the K . t --. - Jfi"Vj, r WKT-T"ari -h"n n VeHr!- k ,5'00 a y"Hr A E,ll,,cu at h,s filco whn ho is con tlon. Tho Repubs will mako things time ot the Democratic Convention, Cabinet without the Weather nureau nt , terrible! You will go "ni "Iridegroom T groaned. In his centratinp would give the Impression even now by leaving the Democrats HEALTH TE" CWfiflT to. ! Ktw Vrt EirnlnJ Wofli.) The work of clearing the com , , t , t from tno lni)lt,0. n .mount nf tffort suent ution tho lace alono wilt accomplish much, al- .. ... i . ,v... .i- ih. W'K i -u...c.i h..c nn - 1 ,;r;lust"-ndnliHhn,UnTU.:a: u" " nTh. Reding j XvJ-wr! ln' Xh-r mi Teisure frH.r "f" ,"7' .mriiZ Li tho uvr( '0 d. 0 r" " .S113 thu u'c'' " ' d" LVln,, thf-. i, Xll of soaii, no matter how bland, has a 1nn0 w.o amo ason. Cleansing creams and Inlh ntd llnrn nr nm rhrrin rnlh. .V.:..:"r uQ expreo.ny ior mio puriiuio is b- cellent.) 1,00 oaTme?. i finely shredded cnatllo soap, rinse ro- peMedly with cold water. Tat dry with a soft towel until the blood ha been brought to the surfaoe. Beat It ! tr Ilfc out ln thb cold. However, there is always a, ullvor lining In the clouda, whether tho nureau predicts It or nt TliA n...nlU ttf -.- V. W iiu'-vut -remuuiam; uauiui nureau Is now arranging to furnish he predicted big drifts for Hughes, and when Hughle got up In the morn- Ing ho found It was only a frost. Yes. Indeed-tho Weather nureau ran r. vnntrnH frmii Ihn nih r.t ,li,f . ...... i--.. . .....j for purely partisan purposes. For ln- stance, a Democratic buroau had beon w'tn no pronpecis oi a cnange. -mat was encouraging for the fair weather Democrats. Dut what the Weather Bureau got was an early Novelnbcr 1 1 landslide, to be followed by four und be saving our dog days for tbo man " " " t ng -. Mr. iimgiey, - said Mrs. jarr. Doy learned to play was told Jat . , , , i, i i 'wo b Uuslwtnd hunting and bargain "1 wish 1 hnd been firm with Mr. Jarr nlcht It was said that nnhnriv v vnnrx' rolirn. Khlverlnor Ilolirlans. i ...v,,. . .. v....,in .... nipni. ii waa imij inai noooay ever f - - n It Is wrong to let the nureau con .,.,- weather A ram- tro1 Uie campaign weather. A cam- palgn manager can always locate . . .. mild tO Sling W tllOUt tllO Weather "e-u furnishing rain. Let us keep -f polll.es. When Bryan ran three times, the 6m e oa a classified ad., he always furnished hla wlnd wllh(ut on tho Weather nureau. And any other a m. ,i -,,l Euy cnn do "e "-"'e W- 8et aB Eood renults as nryan did. " -.-iihmit thn WMthcr Uiiroim' nlil Wa-Wn-ton didn't have any mail- order weather that night he crossed w" "w 1- ir ...i.i i u u... 1 m i ooueumi, jimum au ucm In charge of the weather arrange- And yet we managed to pull through and et&rt tho union Ot thlr- teen original Colonies without even ... ..,. ., . ,, . tho wJvanttBt Ot California climate), CopjrWM. 1WO. Th IW PuWUMn Co. N Vor Ermine World). "what "V. FURNITURE I 7 By o 0HARA To-day we've got plenty troubles without the weather bookmaker's odds going wrong. Tho Anti-Saloon f . I.. I I .!.. ljuukuu in now KjiroAuinR auuaiiipu and making tho weather dry Tho" clone purposes. The way thflAntl- Hooch boys control dry weather, they wouldn't even permit a drop In tho temperature. Tllfi null A it m Itilur l-ll I Inn kiii'I h.l- The next Administration can't help - . w.,, matters any by planting a Secretary of Weather ln tho Cabinet. There mining in. ynu it noover got mo weather portfolio, can you Imagine the result? We'd he getting shine- lis sun days all through tho winter " " a vi- n s u i vi IL B I HAT -"l BY" rVOSQUERITE Coprrllllt. 1!0. fcr Til rm IMlUlkinl T in' v.,,-,-u .nr.it,, I.. "A mm .... ,.llf .,tVh.W ,U. ...M. v worth jlolng nt all IB worth doing well. Kvory girl bhould have a protes- slon, so that she can tell her hua- band how rich and famous she might have been If she had never married When a wise woman meet "tho "..v ... ..... t..nu.- 11. ,u. lu.iiD ou a niMiiaiii. oiiiuo Him- teenth time her husband tolls a funny .tory-of which oho ha. never grasped tho point. What every woman would abolish: . , . . ,J. ""' Jokos about her weight, men, who By Maurice Ketten Wretched a THE JAB U FAMICT f.-..i.i,. in h. Tt,. lMhll.Llii Co. ITbr xAl Tor riln WerM YOl Nl- Mr ' and Mrs lilngter. Oi M. Mr. and Mrs. B'C nowly married, were calljng on "" J'1"- J ,rr wfl ur"w."T. h-ld at nay ny mo nr.un bridegroom, not to mention Mrs. Jrr. r 1 . 1.1.. ...n I. I rwV nl r I t tt HA WII M IMC mill" w.in in II. nil o, .. . - . l .-.... V.. ... a n MrVnrVV V : I..;, "7.. spcvimi-n irwi.iiy ... ch.ise. captured. dlsplrlt.Mj. There, too. was Mr. Jarr, longing In hi. Mert ml to leave tho Present (IIS Secret WIUI lO IMVO HIW IMC-CIH reiined company and to enjoy himself with the married men In revolt, who were holding the n.nt bowling tourim- ment of the season on th)s very eve- IlTrig. HOW that t ho WathCr WHS ngnln iHTik, now mai no weamer was again conuucivo 1 fiii-"iis snort. "I don't know what to do about with mo ana nwp me ioox ror wimo Jl ruamuic biu. Wu,n ,Ui Jae. Jarr. eyt)l B.,cnM. ntn am only two gruiter Joy In a wo- iiuuiliiJS ii( iinm miiir iiui,inij OOERS nABSAALIa O Co (TIM Nrw York -rrntnl Wtrld.) treat her "as ono of ihamselvM." . . uai every man nuuiu uuuhbu: Clever women, the dally Poetry, manual labor. A long engagement Is as good In- suranco as any other agxlnst com- Itling matrimony. All is vanity Including the line of . .... v - v, .. 1. v.. ... - (,ciu-id, um 11 juu m uauvcii jwu can tell every one Just how much your engagement ring cost. Not every wife voted tho way her husband did because eometlmes ho "u u uioujeo - played lolf. Boy Wizard Like Old Man in Lightning Ches4 Plays, Then Wears -i-r inr i.nri.T- Less Than Nine Years Europe's ChampionsLearned Game by Watching Father. tt he freak, fako or phenomenon? A little boy of less than nine vears. with silky hair and a baby's complex- ciiomplon, and that is Just what ho-V !J Wt.?. ro6bJ mouth that can did after supper, accompanied by Mr. . I harden Ilka that of a jurist, with vel- c. Aiorbur-. , Jt vot eye thatcn suddenly flash fire, Aru uAi tho boy's guardlanr f ft boy with tho pathetlo look of somebodasked Mr. Ajenbcrff. f - c?,t' -h'Wnood. tx l "3lr, t am his secretary." was tbail chess table last night at tho Marshall rap,y 1. Ches, Club m West Fourth Street t,,,', mtIo prodlfjy Just about 'S vT'T" tttet , enoufh ook he chessmen In tteH When it was over. Mten the hard- tyi, wben ha ,lttnda ertct bMWo tha - ness and the oldne.s and the shook- u,,ie Bnook hanuH grRVtlr wlUl Ing shrewdness of tho facial expres- Marshall and A. U. Hodges, the tor sion had softened to a look that sug- mer Amrrn cnamnlon, posed tor a gested childhood agaln-n,i .leepi. fcw pholo.phl, on3 lnerl watched, ness-there was a great outburst of wlmt Mr, HodirM W(UI dolng witb thoi . . oheflsmeiu SAMUEL RZE8ZEWSKI. ppplause. nut one or two. who had emiuren or uieir own, snuaucrea. The boy WOA. f ,muel Rtsowkl. That Is the cofreoV spelling, and since It Is destined to become a famous I .. 1 1 tvB. maw wf atao b" classed under tho latter head, ,.Bverybo,,y talks about tho high . . mW Ka "' n'hl-h as they arc." tho bride " : .,W, .i-ri. m, d,ar!" ch'j; ,n' . -Jnrr. 'Ilumc y0U wim(ler (n(,t wo 1)vo , this apartment I ..... .ilt. ..I ah n Vinlllilllf All niraw, Willi IIU oikviiiui ui ..lUnw t- rAlrit fnn W I n I 'MM lllll I w be " frank. We afford the ,,. ... nlev.or nrtment k(, ,hn ,)ne whor, clam Mudridge- Kmlth liven. Kh.- imys MO.OOO a year - 'bo tenants there are not .... -. pct,,.,iV ing all night and all the dogs. If thoy are toy p'dlgrrc dogs uch ns r Poms, but no Wny for four-room apartment, tho rooms so small that Ilortram said H r.intiln't Lin a Iit nf rinm In m0st of them- not that I would Int wildest lllglim of fancy he never x- uifa io Mm mai rnuen ranney, nut hlX 'tomX! "u' only an exptnMvu hublt, smok- ,1UI, millflMIIK Mr. Jarr nnw nl.ruvl n,l InnW,! nt the lace curtains with a bitter mensro In his garn. If there wan one thing rokinr si ".n1 jan those lace curtains. "I want you to come with mo nnd neip mo to nna apartments, Mrs. Jnrr," resumed the bride "Tho very minute thn Janitor hulldlnr sunrrln. , . ... " ' " tendHlltfl or ntlllillntr mmm -nr. th.L. will themselves nr.w-rwe my darlltig m-rinuu niuy ri-garu mm as a vic. ' nr " "" especially when tho boy waa worWn- Bevcrnl mls.pel Ings have become ' problems. For familiar to readers on both aides ot .u.- w. t... the Atlantic sfneo the youngster bo- """" d came the subject Of ro many news- Mood mot onlcss, and soma ono m. paper and magixlne articles. g.-ted that a chair be placed for Wm. One hundred or more ches. Haycrs. Tho chair was placed and man including many of tho strongest In tho touched tha boy on the arm as a !g country. were gathered at Marshall's l that It was ready. The youn-jtar last nlh'ht because of the news that oK a n,a' hand impattefWy, the boy had como to Now York on tho stiffened, nnd would not permit his Olympic mind to 1ms coaxed for an Instant BOY WIZARD ACCOMPANIED BY nwny fro" the problem. Ho did sat A SECRETARY. touch a pieco until he waa ready ta tt was assumed that ho would go ove It. In order to solve- tho prob- . lem ho had to consider many possible shave. T; . perhaps visit a few of the other chess Mr. Jnrr gavo darling llurtram a clubs, presently ha will give exhtbl gloomy glamw. nartram surely was tlons of simultaneous play against' J 'a '1 ZluT and' a',Wo of sorts. A lot of man get that way JjrXlT nLuJL ".'ir mo.IyV darling Ilertram wji that way from the twglnnlng. ..,.- -.. u., , bmiE 'iiii UH too" better but ltwnutd he rood discipline for Mr. Jarr. Mr Jnrr kTM! nin and reoolvid If he had to go home hunting with that sapheod he'd take v jlhU aVww n alrahaft Child's Smiled Old, He Has Defeated' first of Ml to n ki Pn.i. in Frank t Mnnh.n rri..j a....- - It had been announced that the boy would not play any garnet," but J Mr. Hodtfes, who la ono of tho fore most problem composers, wu ar ranging a doien chossmsn on tho ,f board In an intricate design. When i gers, a sign that tho problem was to- givo checkmate In three moves.' It was a problem that the beat pluycrn at the I'epper Fat had spent a whole evening a few weeks ago In j unulyxlng, and only a few of them, ! after trying many experiments in re arranging, had succeeded. , The boy looked steadily at the board and somebody In the baolt- , ground held a watch. In three mln- 1 , utes und iwtmty seconds Iho boy made the key move. Two moro prob- .5 lems worn submitted to htm and ha -& solved each in Itos than a minute, -' PLAYS CHESS LIKE HE WOULO. PLAY MARBLES. Is he freuX7 i . Ills secretary Insists that ho la" nothing of tho sort,' but not erory body was convinced. "IMayIn-; chess to him," said the sec- llko vayine rrble. to other boys. It Is no strain at all." Hut one of tho bystanders thought he found evidence that there waa a strain, and a very considerable one. variations even after tho key-move. Hut his mind proceeded accurately through the maze, and when he moved he moved unerringly. Another test that be met yesterday was prepared for htm by II. Htlm. , Kdltor of the American Chess Dullo- ( bo chlJ tf . ffamo , t ft expert without seemg tho board or men. The game had never had any exu,tenc to hun outside of the visual- l.n.l Kn.r.l In hi. hnln T I. h.J bren published here. Mr. Helm' Dlave.1 It about half wv Ihronrrt. n nn ttclual board and ,hen ihowe(, lho . . T,,. ,,, ,n,rj,n,iv ,n P0lon; The lad Instantly rin,nl.l ll nm ntil".l lh. nl nn. MIOr,. i--. more t IK- in wmph HE CONCBNTRATtt. HE u dol TtatnJ. tc. that ,m,,M " , . 7' ' " - " ' " -''r""" that reminds One of Rlld-St who urn tlWn rhllilrm in nnthi.. .. ..... mat his oge mlgm be forty, an4 that is why some shuddered when they walcneJ A revla'J story of the way tha little RU-!" hm tl,e move., but tht b5 learned tha game merely by watching his father play, and that he realty an, rert t ?t "0 ver moved a piece, so that In his vory "r,,t gamo ho was tha victor against, a, strong player. Since then he has played and held his own against nlayers of the verv first v.nk . . . " .. . . Ifn winl hnnif. .nil t n K.1 ..rl., .... 1 night at the Hotel I'onnsylvanln. To- day he will see n ult Of NOW Tork and r mQre Wns Meanwhile. If ther-i aro anv wh.i d,ub' '"at ho knovv8 the t ,,,.-, .r om iimir hn.rd. n . ., wr itodgea's Inrenloua glvo The niock Queen ,;,.u. . ii... u n. ltl.k. niom'l- -. awn at tlUfeivs inignt 1. wnite K,n at 0-u!n'!, Ulshop 6, Queen at SSSV at tt-'K Knight at Queen's Ulshop J. Nlne.year-old Samuel did It In Uss four mnut-B( Can you In less than forty ralnutMf 5 j i i A