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VOLUME CXI.-NO. 292 ALEXANDKIA, VA., FRIDAY EVKXIMi, DBCEMBER9, 1910 PRICE 2 CENTS. I AM OFFER1NO FOR SALE EXTRA FANCY Bristow Oreamery Butter 38c Pound. I guaranteo ovurv pound to glve aatia Otctlon. Kresh nnd Smoked Meats. Groceries and Farm Produota of all klr.ds. Toloplioue orders given prompt attention. !? roe dt-livery. F. C. PULLIN, Oorner Queen aud Royal streets. 'Phone. Bell -88L, Home*rrw. (yl5lv R. _*, Koox. AiK-to.neer. All TION 8ALS OF A HOUSE AND LOT ON HENRY STREET. PursiiHiit tO Um t**rnis ,,f a deed of trust b-arlaf date oo February 18, i<"3, :iud dulv nvordod among tii. laud reo ords of tbe eity of Alexandria, Virginia, in deed book No. 2>, .?_<? 245, gieea l*y William Col*-man and wife to 'l tioinas Moas, J.'liu T. Wilkins and it C. Aoton, the then trustees of the Moreautlle Railway Building A Loan Assoeiation of Alexandria, Virginia, to seciue tho payment of two huudred dollars as thero tn sot forth, moro than six months do fault having been mado :n tho ]>ayment oftho sum aeeured thereby, at the re (iiiest of the said Mercantilc-Railway Building A I?an Assoeiation and by tho order of tho board of directors of tho aaid assoeiation. the undorsignod, pres? ent trustees of said a-ssooiation, will offar for sale at publie auction at the Hoval street entrance to the Market Buildln*- in tho City of Alexandria, Virginia, on BATURDAY, DBCKMBEB 17,1010, at 19 o'olook noon, all that lot of ground, with the improvoments thereon. on the west sidn of Henry street, in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, ata point 70 feet t inches north of Wythe street: thenee north on Henry street 35 feet; thenee west and parallel to Wythe street 83 foet ? Inches toa 10 feet alley; thenoe south and bluding on said alley '?", feet; thenoe east In a straight line S3 feet 8 inohos to tbe point of beginulng, with the right of way over said alley in common with Others entltled thereto. Terms of sale: Cash. Conveyancing at the coat of the purehaser. THOMAS J. FANNON J. K. If. NORTON, nov2f. td Trustees. ^.rn^CAIAMH Ely's Cream Balm lt quickly abaorbe.. Gives Rsllef at Once. It cleanses, aoothea, heals and protects the diseased mern. brane resulting from Catarrh and drivea away a Cold ln the Head quickly. Be- y M W fXUTD atore*, the Sensee of flft I 8 bfLll Taate aod Smell. Full size 50 cts., atP/rug gi.ts or by mail. In li.piid form, ?"> -a -_j s. Ely Brothera, 66 Warrea Street, New York. Piles! Piles! Piles! Williams' Indian P_B Ointniont will euro Blind, BletMliug aud Itohlng Piles. lt ahsorl.s llie tumors, allays ilehiug at onee. aets as a pouluee, cives instant relief. Williams'Indian Pile Ointment is prepared f<?r Pllea and itching of tho piivateparta Draaflflta; mail 50c and il.OJ. Williams MTg Co., PrOpfl., Clevo land, O. For sale, wholesale aud rotail, t?v B. s. Leadboaterd; Bona. We carry a full line of Fancy Groceriea. Place your order with ua and get the best the mirkct affords at thejlowest poasible price. Candics. 10 to 25c pound. New Crop Nuts. 15 to',22c pound. Mixed Nuta. 15c pound. Mince Meat. 10 to 18c pound. Raisins, 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figs. 15c pound. Freah Fruita of all kinda. Midland Butter, 38 * pound. J PURE FOOD STORE.; St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts This Rocker, $4.50, A large. comfortable rocker, strongly made, with aprtna seat. Back and seat eovered with imitation leather. Finish e<t eithpr in golden or weatherod oaki Thi* would make a very accoptablo gift. M. RUBEN 6? SONS, flOj K.INQ STREET. GO TO Knight & Rodgers' Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will find the energy of youth and the experienee of age. There is nothing too large for ua. nothing too amall for ua. nothing too plain and noth? ing too complicated for us. We can do a class of work that will auit the eco nomical anl we can alao do work to suit the most faatidious. Plans Furnished Free When work ia given without com petition. s*vl7 lm PDBI.1.SHKD DA1LT AKD TRI-WKBCUT AT OAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 I'RINCE STREET. fEntored atthe Poatofflce of Alexandria, Virginia, as aeoond-claaa matter.] Tkrms: Daily-l year, $5.00; 6 moutha, 92.60; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month.43 oenU l weok, locenta. _ ' Trl-weekly-1 year, |3.00: 6 months; $1.-0: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, io ':on tract advertlsera will not be allowed to exoeod thelr spaoe unless the excess is paid for at translent ratea, and under no clrcumstanoes will they be allow*! to advertlse other than thelr legiti mate business In the spaee contraeted for- _ ._ _ Itesolutions in memoriam. of thanks, tributesof reapeot, resolutions adoptetl by sooieties or persons,unless of publie concern, will be printed ln tbe papar as advertisemente. H1GHVYAY.MAN AROUBES PITV. Magutrate Harria, in the Adams Street Police Court, Now York, took up a collection yesterday to relieve tbe diatreas of a highwaymau'a starving family, coutributing $5 himself. The highwayman, William Clark, when arraigned before tbe magistrate, confeaaed tbat lie had attacked Mra. Jennie Demmelle, on Tuesday, kuock ing her dowu iu the snow and aeizing her purse. He aaid that atarvation aad pitable condition of his wife and two children were respouaible for hia u/;t. Tbe court probationary officer, Miss Anna Connelly, waa sent to Clark'a home. She found two bare rooms and a woman and two youog children abivering ou a pallet. There was only one chair, The woman had not ? penny. On Wednesday hhe obtained r loaf of bread from a neigbbor, balf of which sbe aad the children ronaumpd. The other half they saved for yester? day. "The man's atory is true in every respect," reported Miaa Connelly. "His wife and children were starving. He has been out of work for aeekaj and bears a good reputation." The prisoner had been sent to jul. tecbnically charged with vagrancy. A?i effort will be made to persuado the ve tim of hia attackto withdraw theebarjr-! and Magistrate Harris will -trire to find him employment. A sprained ankle will usually disable the iujured person for three or four weeks. This is duc to lack of proper treatment. When Chamherlain's Lin? iment is applied a eara may bo flCfflCtcd in three or four daya. This liniment ia one of the best and most remarkable preparations in use. Sold by W. V Creighton aml Richard QQMoa. CIIAIN* WIUTK WIl'l. TO VYAIJL. -foeeae in tecent years has come U* tbfl BOtioflJ *>f the Boston police so brutal and inhumau U was revealed totbeui when they raided the houso occupied by James H. Taylor, negro, an alleged trallicker in oocaine, Wed? nesday night. The officers breaking through th? door in tbe basetnent were. confronted by Taylor with a loaded revolrcr ia his hand. The black man quickly put it down when he saw the squad of police, aod the officers entered the room. Out of tlie darkness < anio R piteous ory for help, and wben the lights were brought a white woman ^w;us seen lying upon a eot, her hands tied behind her, and aruiiud ber neck a double padlocked chaiu which was fasteued into the wall. Wben released, she dropped to the door, was assisted to her feet by tbe officers, then ran to an old ice chest and began eating ravenously a loaf of bread. She cried for water, and when this was given to ber she nearly fell into a swoon. She told tbe officers that sho had been chained up two weeks ago be? cause she refused to sell cocaine. Taylor was arraigned io court yes? terday morning on the charges of having cocaine iu his possession, carrying a loaded revolver and for assaulting bis wife, and was held iu $100 bail on each count. For unlaw fully detaining his wife iu an illegal way be was held in $_,000 bail, making $2,300 iu all. The peculiar properties of Chamher? lain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly teated during epidemics( ol inthicnza, and wheu it was taken in timo we bave not beard of a single of pnetimonia. Sold by W. F. Creightoa and Richard Gibaon. CIIAK'.EI) WITH MURDER. "Thcre'a a skunk in the restaurant over here, with a gun; come get him. Tho "skunk" was John C. Warnor, a young engineer of Highwood. Conn., and somebody "did come and get him," for he was stabbed in the back after he left the restaurant in New York and died of his wounds Novem? her 3, three days later. Atthe timo of the murder the absence of any ap parent motive for the crime, added to the mystery. Last nigbt the police arrested Alfred Mule. 20 yeara old, oa auspicioa of hia being the mur? derer. The tcstimony accusing Mule comea from Jamrs F. Mullijrao, one of four prisoners arrested by the police Wed? nesday, charged with beiDg accessory to the crime. Mule denics having anything to do with tha fight in which Warner was killed, and accusee Mulligan of "fram ing up the whole yarn." Mulligan's story, as the pohce give it, ii that he and others were at a meeting of expresa strikers on the night of October 31 wben the message about a "skunk" came by telephone from a picket. An "entertainment jinmitte. ' was sent out he says, which found Warner, mistook him for a strikebreaker?he carried a ahot? gun that he bad planned to take on a shooting trip the next day?picked a quarrel with him, and left hira dy ing. Mulligan's story, the police say. is thatMule wasoneofthe "corntnittec," and tbat on his way back to tlie liall ho boasted, while washing a bloody knife, "I got him twice." In addition to the four arrests Wed? nesday, and that of Mule last night. a fifth arrest was made yeaterday aftcr noou. The prisoner is Jo3eph Murphy who aaya he ia a business agent, bat tbe police deacribed him M ? walking delegate for the chauffciirs' union. which went out in sympathy with the exprees drivers. The cvidence against Murphy was also furtiislied by Mulh gan. When a eold beootuw aettled in fbe ayatem. it will take several daya' trca' ment lo curo it, aml tlie best remedy touse ia Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy. It will cure quicker than any otber, and alao leaves tbo system in a naUua aud bcaltby condition. Sold by W. F. Creightnn and Richard Gih-*nn THK PAKAIM.SA I1WJI la_MT. "That w?, indeed. tmforttn exclaimed Ambassador Patrick I. O'Brieu, wbo arrived at Loa Ai;. yesterday ou his way from his bome in Michigaa to hia prtat in Japan. He found himself in the midst of considerable exeitemciit, due lo tlie fact Ihat the Pasadena socicty girls had just anubl-ed Admiral Yoshido an.l bk officers of the ticet that lay in the har bor, and thc atlmira! had saiied away very much offended. ?'Of course, it is of no great import? ance," coutinued the unbamdor, "but it uiiglit easily be cooatrued into a breach of courtesy. <<> say the leaat. I don't suppose MtTtbtng will come of it. but, knom'tng ibe Jauauoae u 1 do, I cau inugiae what ibe admiral, wbo [hf lo* way. is.ui excellent cbap, and h-officera are think ing aboul Atnericaa ?ociety iu general." Ambaaaad'-r O'firien alao Baid ihat ita did m>t believe anything tbe Pacific coast states could do would bring wa between the United States and Japan. but hc aaid thc anti-Japanese fecling at L->s Aogeles created a great dcal of dip? lomatic difhc ulty. That Japan must prepare for war witb the United States is thc text of 90 artidc published by tlie Tokyo Nippon aad received at Victoria, B. C yes? terday by tho steamer Xamba Maru. "Japan must ask herself," says tii" Nippon, "what object an element of United States citizens have in vi.-w when they advocate thc expendittrre of enormoua sunis on furnishing thc Pacific with a big fleet: of cfeating a powerful army on tho Pacific slopc: of building a hugo coal depot and naval station !n Hawaii, and of fortifying the Pbilippine*. Hawaii, and I'a uaina.'' STAKT THE KKillT ON BAI?BT The tirst gun in the fight against Senator Bailey, of Texas, who will be a candidate for re-election iu his state next year, was fired in the House ycs? terday by some of the anti-Bailey Con greasmau iu the Texas delegation. Tho 8hot came in the guise of a bill te put lumber on the free list in? troduced by Mr. Robert Smith. Tbcru are in the delegation determined oppo nenU of Bailey. who are helping to lead a atate-wide movement to bring about hia defeat. Yancey Lewis is kuggested as a candidate against Bailey, aud it is also understood that some of the Texan Congressmcn themselves cheriah ambitions to succeed the senator. From now ou every day or so will witness the introduction ofabillbya Texas member putting some raw material ou the free list. TfaflM billa are to bctclegraphedtoTexa**. During tlie debate on the appropriation bills the members will make speeches advo cating their bills. and at tlie same time pointing out tbat Bailey when tho Payne-Aldrich law was being voted on cast his ballots against free raw materials. Thus will tlie seeds of dis sension be sown in Texas. George L. Potter, third vice-presi dent of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail? road Oompany, resigned at thc meeting of tho new board of direetors held New York yesterday. A. \V. Tboinp aon, chief engineer of the company, was made general manager of tlu* road and will take charge of the operatiml department, which was Mr. Potter's special work. The vacancies of second vice-president and third vicc-president were not filled. If you aro suffcring from bilious ness, conatipation, indigestion, chronic headache, invest one cent in a postal card, aend to Chamberlain Mcdicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name aud address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sam ple of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tableta. Sold by W. F. Creigh ton and Richard Gibson. Ladies! Combine style with solid comfort. Wear the RED CROSS SHOE, to be had only at our store. J. A. Marahall A Bro.. 422 Kin_ street. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'K A?THMA KKMI'.DY givea instant relief and au ahsolute cure in all cases of Asthma, Broiuhiti- and Ilay Fever. Sold by druggists: mail on receiptof price $1.ixi. Trial package by mail 10 cents. Williams iffg Co.. Props., Cleveland, O. For sale, wholesale and retail, by E. S. Leadbeater A Sona. _ FIFTY YF.AKS' B___R??fC_ OF AN OLD XlRSi; Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrap la tbe prescription ofone of thc best fcinale pbysiolans and nurtes in the United states, and has been used for fifty yeara vith nover-failing success by iiiilli-uis of mothersfor their children. It relievc. the child from pain, curea dtarrhoea, griplng in tho bowel*. and wind colic. ?>y <**i\'ing heallb to the child it reata tbe molner, Twenty-Mve eentaa bottle. ? _*_-_*-_*_-_-55*_jW*-^^ _.__ Rl _fTl "*"*- *"*- ~^-? ?_--???????????_S_?-**?" _________? __?? $22.00 Value Wateh and Fob or Wateh and Pin Complete for $19.50 Miintin< all fully This combination represents one of the best proof we have offered that Castelberg prices are fully one-fourth less than ^ those of eash stores. Men's High-grade Etgin ar Waltham Yerithin Model Wateh: open face; 14-karat gold stiffeued 0888; full jeweled nickel niovement; fully covcred by the Castelberg iron-hound guarantee, oomplcto with handsome fob. C1Q 50 $__ value. Caatelberg'a underpriee. . H* ? -'. W w I-adies' Higb-grade Elgin or Waltham 14-karat Uohl Bftttened Open Watc-ea with full jeweled nickel moveinent, complete with handaorne wateh ptn_ etad by' the Castelberg iron-bound guarantee. #__value. Ca-telht?rg nnder $10.50 priee . . . Pay 50c a Week If You Wish. Open an account today aniwe will make terms to please you. If you would to have our reprcsentative call with samples just phone or write. CASTELBERG'S 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C._ STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER J, 1910. G. L BOOTHE. President M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President OFFICERS GEO. E. WARFlELD|Cashiet J. J. GREEN. Assiatant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER LBOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER! ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loana aad Inventinente, Y>i:,,li.\T.i ?: .u.l,. uwoaoo . 7:!,_?l.f.l Inie from liuiiksnrid R*> ? Agenta. I?,120._ _Mh. __M_U5 B t'er Cent r.m.l. '..000.00 fl.:-_r?.IT9.61 LLABILITIES Capital.Sloo..?.V>* Surplus and ProfiU. I87.7.H.-I Clrculation. I..I.O.I..I Depofltta. !Mi.:a"...Vi Other Liabilitiea. I02.S1 $tf_8,179.61 This baak arttti its flmpU oapttal aad surplus, ita adequate equlpmaat _nd hcilltles, aoUelta tlie aoeouuta ot iiianufactu-ers, wholesaler.-i. ratallan and Indli Iduala ea Ihe beat terma ooartfltrnl with sound baaklaa. i.uiit too lartre to hfl handlcl axti ?< * ?'??riiy; none 104 amall to be lated. Put Red Cposs Stamps on your Christmas packages. They cost only 1 cent each andyou help aworthy eause* On sale at cashier's desk. This is the best and most helpful Christmas store for thrifty people. Stocks are in full readiness. Start your Christmas shopping now. Hundreds of excep tional values in the very things you want will stretch the buying powers of your Christmas money. Assortments of gift things and reasonable merchan? dise were never so large, so complete, or so well se lected.This with willing, courteous and intelligent ser? vice makes gift choosing easy. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. CHINAWARE GLASSWARE AND HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES. ARTICLES China Cake Platcs, 10c. 20c. 30c. 75c. 85c and . . . China Salads. 20c. 50c. bOc. 75c and . China Chocolate Sets. 11.25. 12.00. and. Price. II up. II up. 13 up. ARTICLES Berry Seta. 75c. 11.25,11.75, and. Dinner Sets. lOO pieces.$7.50, $10. 116 and. Decorated Lamps from . . Price 12 up. I25up 40cup Cut Glass all kinds: Decorated Toilet Sets. all prices; Decorated Globes. all prices: Nickel Tea and Coffee Pots. Percolators. Chafin. Dishea. Brass Goods. in fact most everythin. suitable for a Christmas present. Come in arid see the lar.est assortment ever in this city. Oscar F. Carter, 505 King Street. Qulck Sales and Small Profits. For Mother, Wife or Sister, Silk Stockings Pure silk full fashioned garter tops. 2 pairs in a hand-ome box for $1.00 tor father, husband and brothef, 4 pairs Sox in a handsome box for 50c, or 4p^irs Lisle Thread in a handsome box for $1. Thousands of best Christmas Ilandkerchiefs in fancy boxes for swecthearts. Glovcs, Umbrellas, Handbags, jewel Cases. Comb and Brush Sets. Handsome set pf Furs, in fact anything you wish in the shapc of a Christmas present you will find at Rosenfeld's. As a lady remarked in looking over our stock, "Anything you can not get at Rosenfeld's you can not get in Wasiiington," and our prices beat them to a frazzle. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercia! &. Savings Departments on grounds of absolut safety and satisfaction. OFFICfeRS Judge C. E. Nicol.Presiden;. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. H_____B_--__M_?K_-HB__H-_S-B-H-B^ LIGGETT'S CHOCQLATES THE BEST 80c A Pound TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 016|Kin(j Street. Both Ple.ncs. NiRlit Bell. Gents! Styliah, up-to-datc footwear adds materially to your app-.'iraner. We have the uduaire atylca, aqcfc THE HESS, REGAL, WALKOVEK, BROCTOlf COOPET^ATIVE, 4c. J. A. Maraball ife Bro., 4?1 King m Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dy*pep sia. Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Trouble*. Leading Phy*ician* endorae it aod tea tify to it* flreat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. (IVSTI;M I* AIX VIYUM, CHICIt l?\ 0| TOAWT, ?AaWWlO?P alvraya on aalegatilHPISiKM'M CAFE, E-rlnae nnd Koyai Streeta. HASTE in selecting a flavoring e_ tract just beoause the label is attraetive often MAKES you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater'., which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Establiahed 1 792 STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Kvery day in the year for Fort M..i. roe, Norfolk, Newport News aud j n'ji s.,uth, via superb, powerful steel pn ???7 steamers. Leave Washincton.G.J- p. m. Leave Alexandria T.'HI p. m. Arrive Ft. Monrocs 7.<?)a. m. Arrive Norfolk 8.00a. m. Arrive Portsmonth s.OOa. m. l.i'ave rortsmoiitll 5.00 p. m. Korfolk 6.00 p m. Leave I't. Monroe 7.oop. m. Araive Alexandria <!.:*) a. m. Arrive Washington T.OOa.ltn. Through eoiineetion.s ma.le at > irfolk with steamers of tlie OU Domlulou Steamship Compaay for New York and MSn-hants'and Mmer'.s BtflaiBShlp*- lor Boaton. lieneral Tieket Ofnce. 72014?1 ( < \\ lt(?nd Building, Washington. ' Phone Main \bJ). Seveuth street wharf. l'hone M Alexandria wharf foot <*f Prim \V. II CALLAB w apil lyr General l_aa_fN ' ' Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Railway Company. SPKIXO SCHEDl LE Steamers ol this line leave Alexandria on and afier May 1*>, MO, Kverv MONDAY, WkDNESI-A Y aml SATL'RDAYatOSWp. m. FOR UAI.TIMORE AM) Ai.l. THE U8UAL RIVER LANDINGS. (UMne aml appolatmenta nnexcclled. Freight for Baltlmore. I'hi ;. lelpliia aml Xew York floUetted and rtandled with eara Through raten an*! bl lading issued. Single faro to Baltimore, 81.?'?> r? lind trip, 83.50; staterooms. one *ay. f|..V) Meals.oOe. REARDOX A GRIMES, Agent.-. Foot of Cameron atreet. SCHEDULE _ Steamboat Go, EfTeetive May 9,1910. Steamer" Capital City." Leavea Alexandria at'J p. m. on Mon? day an?l Wedneaday for Parham's I'oiut and lower river landings. Return eariy Wednesday an.l Friday morning. Leave Suturds.y Rt8a ni. forNomini aml iuter mediatt landings, returning Sunday about 6 p. rn. Steamer "Wakefield.' I.eave Sunday, Tuesday audThiar_day at:?a. ni. for Wirt's wharf and ali later medlate landings. Returning leave Wirt'a wharf at I a. na. the following day and arrivingat Alexandria about -I p. m. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot or Cameron Streot .elephoneNo. 50. jel. lyr RICHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS oeraoa aara htokbs; HMlf n. boyai. st. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. A.ricul tural lmplementa. Vehiclea.Harr.esa. Field and Garden Seeda. WARKHOIHKX. SOUTH f.NIO.V HTRKKT, ON |_ra OF HOITTHKBN HAII.WAY. Also Graln, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Fe*.d Will alwaya keep in atoek tho highes grade or tbeae articlea. XOTIt't.. Alexandria. Va.. Pecenibt-r ."*. l*?to. Ihe annual ineetini* of the sloek holdor* of the CHARLOTTE-H'II.LE AXI? ItAPIDAX RAILROAD COM? PANY ?i)i bfl held at tbe oftea of thfl eo'npany in Alexandria. Virginia. on WLPXESDAY. Deeemhcr 11, KMO. al t.n o'eloek a. ni.. for tbe purpoae ol cl.iting directora and tr.insactingan.-h other buaineaa aa may come before the nvwUB*. R. D. LANKFORD. dooCtd ?ecretary. ?