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ll, .UMi.slOllifls llllT I L APPOINTS :. r i E Northeast Independent, Backed by Campbell, Is Named ;f Magistrate CwiLL FILL VACANCY noremer Sproul today appointed N. P.JMwin Llndell an magistrate irt the place' 5ef BegUttr of wius camppeii. Tbla appointment, It Is understood, Is ' pirt of tne movement ierr narmenixing hA northeastern section. Mr. Llndell 4 hi been for years a staunch . inde- Impendent, and made common cause with r.L. aMtltl. T"l TlhaAH T.nt1t It MHlJhMHM 'the northeastern Independents hare f'We Pce ,th "Jv1bc" Campbell, l&wd It was en Mr. Campbell's recem fenendatien that the Governer named Mr. & Llndell te succeed him. I "OIHH.iauB vvitl ,tucu tjjua uu ipe rnnshln nrlmarv in Mav anil rhlr R&linds reachlns out anxiously for helpful fe alliances conferred here today for the Ej Uit time before tripping airily te Ei Flerida. Senater are cnatcea iniermnuy witn leaders of high and low degree. All bis talks were directed toward having All IetnfnfR In thrt nnrfv unit fin Vt1- candidate for Governer who could fore lwtall a progressive revolt. IV, Senater and Mrs. Vare and- Abigail, iiU6ir injcaruiu uauBuier, leave ni 3". fi-47 P. M. tedav from Went PhllnriM. ipbla for St. Lucie, Fla., where they -'' trill Jein Censressman Vare and bis I family. ' Tha VilrM later will tin Intnnd hv ' Councilman Hall, Councilman Hetzelf, ) Hegister of Wills Campbell. Mr. and v tr. Harry A. Mackey and Citv Treas- !'trer and Mrs. Themas V. Watsen. v Themas W. Cunningham, clerk of Ii.lQaarter Sessions Court and one-time Penrose lieutenant, probably will trail ip.flAnr in n igw dbti. xucnara weinein. president of Council, also Is expected te Jein the "Florlderlans." It Rtrstfnrd nt 10 nVlnrlc thin mnrnlnv f and met Senater T. Larry Eyre, of dneeier ieum. xney sat in ine lODDy and talked about the primaries while tj Senater Eyre puffed a big black briar p(pe. w. narry uauer, secretary or the State Committee, will confer this afternoon with several leaders. Senater Vare looked forward eagerly ri his two week's rest In hn Knnth I!e said there will be "absolutely no tu1IHea" fllfvniftAAH thnrn "It's all a dream about making elate In St. Lucie," he edded. "There is lets of room in Philadelphia te talk politics. I am going for a rest." The Senater said It, is pesib'e, kewerer, that the "boys'' mav finally grift te politics while their wives talk clothes. Governer sprout is expected te nn- mnrn tin? nnimlntmnit te fill fhf vn. pounce the appointment te fill the vn- cancy caused by the death of uudge Bregy VII uiu ,vmmv . icun ui-iitu, viimci lu" f day or tomorrow. Judge Harriett, of the Jua ,Iia . VnM. Illnea hAn.h aI.Iiaii . ft Municipal court continues te leek like f the appointee. The Governer declared g. thnt he would net make an appoint .UtUfc u.u vuu.u uu luueiiucu a, tia.- i nM.. MAlllMi .!.. rnkl .&.. f mtet was regarded as disposing of the cibuiuml-.v ei uuuge iuntmiiii:, ui ine Municipal Court, because be would be considered a distinct recognition of the Vares. - , . i -A committee of lawyers which nil- ,' rotates the appointment of Municipal ilrturt Jiiugc .MacAeuie te succeed tuc relate Judge Uregy telegranheu Governer CtBpreui today uint four hundred mem filers of the Philadelphia bnr have in- Horsed Judge. MacXcillc. The message ijns signnu ey jenn v. iiincxicy, cnair pinan, and I. Smith Ra&pln, secretary f of the committee. b The Governer, when asked If he l thought there would be harmony en 'i the State ticket, replied he was confl cenfl 7 dent of it. He leeks te see the situa situa vtlen reiehe itbelf next month, after the 'pilgrims return from Flerida." "TRAP THREE PARK GUARDS IN ATTEMPT AT EXTORTION Motorist Driving With Fiancee Turns Tablet at League Island While n detective crouched in the rar of th? machine three ffuenls ir Ltagiie Island Park are said te hau- storied $10 Saturday nisht from u inoterKt who rode Inte the park with Mi fiancee, fhe tran was set when lue motorist reported $10 was extorted from him the night before. Chief Tlaxtcr tedcv suspended tk gunidi, Jehu Grace, Twenty first street Jijir McKean: Clement Mnscinnronie, Ninth street ucnr Seuth, and Geeige Hmltli, a Negro, rfeuth rtrect near Fif teenth. .Teeph Shcpcrln, a builder. 11?2 agner avnnue, Legan, drove through the nirk Pildny evening with hiK fiancee. He Inter told police he had 'topped the innihlue for a few moments. He wild the accused gunrds appreuehsd, and with Urjee uy Hpekeminrt, threat threat teed te arrest him and the girl. BheperU said he puid them $10 nnd Jfns permitted te leave. He reported the incident, te thu nellce. unil irrei(l 10 drive into the iwirk the following ?mht. Detectlve Jehn Gurt hid In the ton ten ,HMU nnd later bald the three guaids appreicheil when Shererla's Cur v-nt. Jia'ted. He snld he heard them agree te swpt .uj "Jm"ii ineiiev." .HALL PLANS TO SATISFY PLliTnr.RATS' Awn Tnn frq liizz:- announces Twe Meetings en Day- light-Saving Question i An ordinance for daylight saving, Mtncwhat altered from Inst ear's njeafiure, was introduced before the Law Ofmraittce of City Council today by Hlehard Wegleln, president. flic period fectctl by the bill extends from the last Sunday In April te the "JJf.i. um'B? ll1 HtT'tember, lib tentrasted 11 i n. l)e,''0,, hist year from the i-erend ii ,1,,T,' te the end of September. lr. IVPvtrlii nnnrttmAA.1 At... I l. .. nL King effertH te have the rallrondscen- t.-!V ,,,1', fJi'tem of tiine-keepInK, ! Leunellm.in Hall, chairman of the committee, announced thnt there would jue meetings (, tiln neill. f,,,,,.,,..,. ill-. 'St. '," n,nn these In the afternoon in ,ig for the "Plutocrats," and these .m.V"; 7C'"I'B r the "fellerH." The uai dutet were net announced. ; NINE HELD IN $2000 THEFT ItllWe Wemnn A. Ml-- e i In Camden Jewelry Robbery OPeil nifn mill lit.. .... . i- 'iJSnn.. ,n?an"l,n ns suspectH In con cen Ifmn01 l.lV:..l,'l'nf -T-' n rings Tpnn.T. '""": ii'irn ei .unx .MMlllh. ydJS ,rwt n.Ml1 K,,l' uvc"'10. C"' UC. t Sii.'1'.. .""Jv. ',Uhii i.. "'"' ii'-nr j lire, nun h"riei KicuMit u'm. ....... ilkr t.J Trenten, nnd James ""we xjiine, anam wunucr, MEL AS 1 miTTxi',''wmmmmmmKKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm FWT,lK",J,7GBB?3t'-"TWWrii - '- y fflvffr ft .w v &y k&, New Magistrate N. EDWIN LINDBLL Vho was named today by Governer Sprout te the magistracy recently vacated by Register of Wills Campbell DICKENS' ANNIVERSARY MARKED BY FELLOWSHIP Wreath Placed en Statue of Nov elist In Clark .Park The 110th birthday anniversary of Charles Dickens Is being celebrated to day by the Dickens Fellowship through out the Englifh-speaking world. Members of the Philadelphia branch of the fellowship this morning laid a wreath en the author's statue In Clark Park, Forty-third street and Chester avenue, and this evening will hear eulo gies in his praise at a dinner at the Bcllevue-Stratferd Hetel. A email committee gathered around the statue of Dickens and Little Nell, and steed In revcrencewhlle Mrs. Jehn Van Miller, of 4310 Chestnut street, placed a wreath of laurel and red carnations en the arm of the bronze chair. Present at the ceremony today were Mrs. Themas K. Ober, Jr., of Neble, Pa., president: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Thompson, 833 Saunders avenue; Miss Laura J- Ashmere, 4532 Spruce street, and Mrs. It. II. Woolley, 4307 Balti more avenue. Speakers at the dinner tonight', which Ithe 300 members are expected te attend, will be the Rev. Carter Helm Jenes, former Mayer Weaver, Calvin O. Altheuse, of the Central High Scheel; Judge Patterson, Themas K. Ober, Jr. NINE DETECTIVES SHIFTED Civilians te Replace Them as Clerks in Bureau Nine acting detectives who have been working as clerks In the Detective Bureau will return te active outside work as detectives tomorrow when nine I civilians enter the bureau te take their places. This resulted from the action of the Council te have all police of ficers new doing clerical work take up actual police duties. Six men also were appointed as machinists te relieve patrolmen detailed te the police repair shop. In all, thirty -six civilian clerks will be appointed te relieve patrolmen who have been doing clerical or inside work. ' The nine new clerks In the Detectlve Bureau are Themas R. Moere, COS North Eighteenth street: James D. Dougherty, 5301 Woodland avenue; Jeseph J. Bell, 3017 Harper street; William D. Prizer, 13S North Fifty third street: William LV Robinson. 5243 Webster street; Jacob David, 3115 North Tayler street; Philip Snyder, 321 Washington avenue; Harry P. Brown, 2147 Montrese street; Wilsen J. Jef Jef fereon, 5117 Aspen street. They will leceive S1000 a year, with a bonus of $100. The six machinists nrc Themas Slnett, 2450 Brandywine street; Geerge B. Smith, Jr., 1030 West Huntingdon street; Jehn J. McCaly, 313 North Kifty-skth street; Jeseph II. Law rence. 672 East Hermitage street; Wil liam B. Mltchler, 4237 North Fuirhlll street, and William J. White, 1737 Seuth Tenth street. LIMITED ftww MMvlvW, "Get Acquainted" Special Va POUND BOX, With One Pound L'AIGLON Auerted Cnocelitei (12 Vnrlttiti) 60c Or One Pound of L'AIGLON Asserted Fudge (Vanilla Walnut, Slack Walnat, Chocolate) , 60c L'AIGLON BUTTER CREAMS FREE Fer a Limited Time Only L'AIGLON FUDGE SHOP Chestnut above 15th St. PAVMMUMMMtM W MiMMtW Mitchell Fletcher Ce. Plantation Ceylon Tea 75c Lb. Full strength Delicate flavor 48c Burmah Brand 80c Orient Blend $1.80tynneiteiir Orange Pekoe Phene Spruce 8i-i0 18th & Chestnut Sts. 12th & Market St?. 5600 Germantown Ave. Atlantic City. N. J. assteaiP HliliiiilsnJlB ' i iSSSSSSSSSSSSSJBft; '4-r'mP LLLLLLLkrPlkH'''L kLLLLLL9KM4vLL Hhii VARES BOOM WELSH Fi Member of Beard of Education Alse Backed by Collector of Internal Revenue McCaughn IS OPPOSED BY GRUNDY Vare combine leaders have slated Oeew A. WeUh. of the Beard of Ed ucatien, for the extra congressional scat te which' Philadelphia Is entltleil. under the Reapportionment Act passed In the last region of the General A sembly. This reapportionment, of course, "eliminates the four Congressmen at- Large. Members of the lower house of Congress will be chosen only from dis tricts. One result of this Is that Cen-fTfssman-at'Ijarge 'Jeseph McLaugh iu, of Philadelphia, Is looking In vain for a district te represent. Unless Con gress Incrcanes the number of Repre tentative, there will be no Congress- tncn-at-Large. Mr. Welsh Is a friend of Btakely D. McCaughn, Collector of Internal Rev enue, leader of the Twenty -fourth Ward. Philadelphia organization leaci ers, It was announced today , decided te recegnise McCaughn because of his con trol of cenrddernble Federal nntrenage. The new Philadelphia district? was carved out of the old Sixth District, which Included West' Philadelphia and Oermantewn. The West Philadelphia wards, north, nnd south of Market streets, make up the new Sixth Dis trict. The Seventh District, represent ing Germantown and Oak Lane, in cludes the Twenty-first, Twenty-second, Forty-second nnd Forty-third Wards. Opposed by Grundy a Mr. Welsh, it is understood, will be opposed In the coming May primaries by the se-called Grundy followers, who expect te support Jehn Fisler, of the Manufacturers1 Club, for the West Philadelphia district. Congressman Geerge P. Darrow, who new represents the old Sixth District (West Philadelphia and Germantown), will be a candidate te succeed himself in the new Seventh District. Mr. Dar row will probably have Combine sup port, but mn.v be onnescd by Daniel F. waters, a business man and friend of STENOGRAPHER OR CLERK Yeans lady of refinement ' and pleas Irk personality with three er' ex perience In clerical work drelre. poalt'en. Recently graduated frem1 atrnetraphlp Mhegl. Axe IS. Ejra tat. rnttinalaatlc worker. A 784, LEDGKR OFFICE nrW AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN WANTED Owing te fact we ha aecured large number prospects at recent automo bile show, we are seeking the serv ices et several experienced automo bile salesmen who want permanent position with opportunity of advance ment. Only these who have had ex petienee In closing sales and are co fetters need apply. Application reated In strict confidence. B 134, LEDGER OFFICE Seme day you'll be up against it for a geed photo-engraving in a hurry then you 11 try us. And we'll have made -another customer for keeps. The Chetnut jJtreet tNCRanNcCp.ini 702 Chetnut Street H U OR CONGRESSMAN US $1695 Finer in All Hudsen's long leadership of fine car sales has always rested en value. Today you get the best Super-Six and greatest value Hudsen ever offered. With the Hudsen 4-Passenger Phaeton new selling at $1695 and the 7-Passenger Phaeton at $1745 what de you find elsewhere that is comparable in worth. Always the Center of Shew Interest 4-Paas. Phaeton 7-Pasa. Phaeton Sedan - - F. O, B. Detroit GOMERY SCHWARTZ MOTOR CAR CO. Sales Roem, 128-140 North Bread Service Station, 2400-14 Market Street CWB SUPER - MMBMHsVsMaMHBnHsMpWHnpMaH Themas T. Watsen, City Treasurer and chairman of the city committee. Mr. Darrow Is a member of the Im portant Steering Committee of the Heuse, and if he were net re-elected Philadelphia would probably lese her present voice In that controlling com mlttee at Washington In a general way,' It Is understood that the Combine plans. te reelect all of the present district' Congressmen In Philadelphia and te ndd te'the' list the name of Mr. Welsh for the. new dlstrtct. Congressman Vare will be reneminated in the First or Seuth Philadelphia dls- '!. RrniirMtmin Graham. la te be supported in the uecena district, wnere "Tem uunningnam is one ui wc leaders. v .. -v . It is explained that Mr. Graham de sires only .one mere term In' Congress. In the . Third district Congressman Harry' C. Ransley, former chairman of the City Committee, will be slated for return te Washington this Is the old J. Hampton Moere district. Edmonds te Return The leaders Jln the Fourth District, one of whom lsRlehard Wegleln presi dent of City Council, .propose te return Congressman-Geerge y. Edmonds. It win. h remtlivl that during the last local campaign,. Congressman Edmonds "ns Mmutlf Ml!ir'- with the Cem. blne by speakln at a W fgleln meeting, even though Tils brother, Frankltn Spencer Edmonds, was conducting the Voters' League campaign. Of course, in tne nun winner. eg. ister of Wills "Billy" Campbell uml the ethers are all for the re-election of Congressman "Jim" Connelly. HAUL PHILA. BAGGAGE CHEAP N. Y. Public Service Greup Told of Cesta There and Here It Is far cheaper te run n baggage truck In Philadelphia than it is In New Yerk, nrrnnllni te Clarence O. Lam bert, general manager of the Westcott Express uempany, at a ncanng Deiere the Public Service Commission in New Yerk City. The cost of manning a baggage truck in Nw Yerk, it was testified, en the basis of a sixty-hour week, 1h $72.32. as compared with $21.02 in Philndcl- tlelpbla. Xius is partly due, u was f.ald. te the fact that the driver in New Yerk must have a helper. Traffic con ditiens are another cause ler the nlgu cost of bnggage handling lu iscw lerk, it was said. BURNS BdMbMdtegki 1822 EXCEPTIONALLY attractive sets for the Dining Roem and Bedroom are te be seen in the VALIANT Galleries at this time. They have the grace and distinction of ex clusive design and the enduring quality of scrupulous workmanship. The moderate VALIANT prices for these sets offer sur prising value for furniture of such distin guished character. WALL HANGINGS DECORATIVE OBJECTS INTERIOR DECORATION 'VALIANT SERVICE IS CORDIAL- VALIANT D S B&v AeSMMUSSJAM Ways Cost Lewer in Coupe - - - - $2570 Cabriolet ... 2295 Touring Limousine 2920 Limousine - - 3495 $1695 sjamaeHf 1745 ksxjr 2650 flT SEES 22 MILLIONS SAVED If Hip Efficiency A(ee Adds '$7,000,000 te Income, Engineer Telle Transit Hearing DEMAND DETAIL EXPENSES H. II. IlOrtOn. trnmc enxincri, tilled at the P. R. T. valuation neenns before Pub He Service Commissioner Clement today en economics effected by the present .management. Policies and methods of the Mitten management, be said, have resulted in a Hsvnlenpmsnt of cress revenue of ".- leOO.OOO above normal nnd that the com- fiany IS nuvnningeu uy me inniruvcinvui n-lts net Income te the extent of $-.,-100.000 by reason of this development. "Economies "which have been effected In operation nre estimated te amount te $22,020,000. The Introduction of larger m units iilnnn nmnnntH te n Saving at $14,230,000 per nnntim. The use of trailers, one-man cars ana bix-cui- i- A carefully planned direct-mail advertising campaign may solve your selling problem. The Helmes Press, 'Printers 1315.29 Cherry Street Philadelphia ELECTRIC DISHWASHER Make Every Day a Holiday The only dishwasher we hate seen that actually mhfH all pana nnd dlshr. Ths water Is sprayed, net splashed. lit untomntleally filled mid emptied. Ne water te handle. Send (or booklet or phone for free home trial. Easy Washers TJtenre Irener Royal Cleaners CASH OR TERMS JUDSON C. BURNS 1108-10 Walnut St. r?.7.. Open All Day Saturday S05l. Breed St. -4.120 H. 02d Bt. Camden 0 redernl Pt.i Wllmlnirten Chester Trenten Harrlsburic orrlstewn kOpen Eveningmmmmmmmm- ft 97fiv alianT MIASU0-ISI- CHESTNUT STREET VI 'rm lu I PRICES ARE MODERATE1 E O Nl F.O.B. Detroit SIX vated trains .resulted In a decrease tn trainmen cmnlerd. which effected a saving of .1340,000 per annum, 'Fit ting t no service te tne trntnc results In a direct saving In operating expenses of at least $0,240,000 per nnnuni. "The Increase in the speed of cars ef fected n saving of $1,030,000 per nM.i,.M n, ,1.1.. k non nsm ...Lm In operating expenses, $8,850,000 is attrib uted te the Mitten manegement, Added te the $2,400,000 of created revenue credited te the management, the total economies and efficiencies effected amount te $10,750,000. "Without consolidation," Mr. Hor Her Hor len testified, "the Mitten manngement could net have created as great an amount of passenger revenue, nor could Having tliieufch time table adjustment m ,nnJ La mm.Ia f I'll imnffliui I unnl ulll . unt.m nf rnnunl iln. tfe n M rc(,pensiblc for nn annual iranrevrn,Pnt'1 1 ,'ict mcelne of S3. 500 000, 'J'hl'i capitalized at 10 nor cent. or $35,000,000, represents u fraction of the value or consolidation. "I would also credit the Mitten man agement because of economies nnd ef ficiencies of the transportation depart MmtQ Beautiful Modern Jewels OF EXQUISITE DESIGN can be produced from Antiquated Jewell cerJshed for sentimental reasons Designs prepared aad whaiiUei The Philadelphia sattle 56th Street sn VvnrifTu mrwncre . New Yerk ttCarltcm JROAD AND WALNUT STS. PHILADELPHIA ARE NOW HOLDING February Clearaway Sales All Remaining Winter Stock te Be Closed Out Regardless of Cost Embracing DAY DRESSES EVENING GOWNS, SUITS COATS, CAPES AND WRAPS SPORTS APPAREL SKIRTS AND BLOUSES FURS Advance Fashions for Palm Beach and ether Winter resorts as well as for early Spring are neiv being shown. ,'" -Hi MacDonald & Campbell Reduction Sale Men's Fine Suits Please bear in mind that MacDonald & Campbell garment3 are always most satisfactory investments unequaled in style, tailoring and dependability. At reductions they are incomparable bargains. $18.75 Suits Were $25.00 $22.50 Suits Were $30.00 $26.25 SuiU Were $35.00 $28.50 Suits Were $38.00 $30.00 SuiU Were $40.00 $33.75 SuiU Were $45.00 $36.00 SuiU Were $48.00 $37.50 SuiU Were $50.00 $41.25 SuiU Were $55.00 $43.50 SuiU Were $58.00 $45.00 SuiU Were $60.00 $48.75 Suits Were $65.00 Alterations at Cost Overcoats Conservative, Street Ulsters, Coats and Fur Cellar Ulsters. At Proportionate Reductions 1334-1336 Chestnut Street 9S2Z2ZZZZZ!!S!!S!!Z!!!ZZZZ!Sm'mlmmmmmA mmwwmm. ment in the creation of 'additional tw-. senger revenue with an annual Improve Impreve ment In net Income of 7.500,000, whjeh represents" a fraction of the value or worth In, management." Further demand was made Wt the hearing en the transit company for de tailed statement of Its expenditures for property Improvement during 10.21 nnd also It, budget for the current : fiscal year, by Assistant City Solicitor Resen -.-.num. The remtianv was instructed te furnish this information te the city b representatives before the city presents its testimony in the valuation proceed ings which will be within n month. Upper Darby Health Beard Electa The Heard of Health of Upper Darby hnH reorganized, re-electing Charles W. Duke, of By weed, presi dent. The ether officers ere vice presi dent, Dr. E. F. Hemminger: bollciler, Heward M. Ltitr.: health officer, Wil llnm 7. Steele; milk nnd ment in spector, Dr. Hicherd P. Llenhardt; plumbing Inspector, David H. Raundcr Raundcr sen; treasurer, J. Milten Luts. Elec tion of n secretary was held ever for a future meeting. Entrance te Par it endaru 57th Street Ulsters, Great iiMi,; ii ' askaJ r trn? x& ' fe ' -. : r 1&" 1 Buy that Suit or Qvercpt. you need . i '' Right New I One uniferrri price 28 for suits and overcoats that are worth every bit of $40, $45, $50 and $55. SEE THEM ! They are the finest garments for the money we have been able te offer for several years. r e n n v s NOBODY can approach these values because there it nothing te compare with them in Philadelphia. Even we could net have sold goods of similar quality earlier in the season for anything like $28. BUT NOW te clear thesa 2000 fine quality suits and overcoats out in a jiffy we're letting them go at the re markably low uniform price $28. THIS is without doubt a most extraordinary clothes buying opportunity. New Spring OVERCOATS Are Here! Light-wi'ijht topcoats for your trip te the Southland or for the first springy days of late winter. Perry & Ce. 16th & Chestnut Sts. SUPER-VALUES in Clethes for Men FINE FRAMING ' Etchings Prints Water Celers Paintings THE ROSEISBACH GALLERIES U'.'u Wulnut titrvct MUST BE SOLD If 11 wuv v 1 mliMen Gladioli Bulks, Dahlia, Iris and Peen- Roots. Ken, rare and standard va rltl'i I.are" or small orders urcrpted. helei.ilere Retallen Drekrs Depart ment Meres, I.andcfipe Architects, Cen. 1 nelixieura Etatf ai.d Institutions are In , lted te cemmiin r.ite with K. n. I-EICIIINO. SALES MWAOER. HOTEL .MuU'LIN. NEW ORK CITV. J- W55 In purchasing a staple article like glass, care should be exercised te deal with a responsible firm whose reputation, experience, facilities and stock of glass are such that satisfaction will be assured. Stnd for Bulletin Founded 1864 HIRES TURNER GLASS COMPANY 30th and Walnut PHILADELPHIA pwjiiiimiiiiwnw liliilUU Rich and Mellow asce Coff 25 C lb At all our Stores lXlf TVJUJsJJl jtr'TW W T' v "T Ii BiLi!iiS IT '111 ""re?! "m vJ m n i vl ' V'V1 ;l 31 ; i h 'Nfj v.