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•r I ft $ r \J 4 ,i~! v I- 'fr. Woman's Trials. tJ"^Mltter HiA! ln ft Wom&n'9 life Is to be childless. Who can tell how hard the struggle may have been ere she learnt to L'm 1" rs/i, to,.h^r lonely lot? The ab- Bcnie of this link to bind marital life together, the absence of this one pled ire to mutual affection ts a common disap pointment. Many unfortunate couplea become estranged thereby. Even if they flo not drift apart, one may read the whole extent of their disappointment in the eyes or such a childless couple when they rest on the children of others. To them the largest family does not seem too numerous. In many cases of barrenness or child lessness the obstacle to child-bearing Is easily removed by the cure of weakness on the part of the woman. Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription has been the means of restoring health and fruitfulness to niany a barren woman, to the great joy of the aouseho|d. In other, but rare cases, the obstruction to the bearing of children has been found to be of a surgical character, but easily removable by painless operative treatment at the rnvaiius' Hotel and Sur gieal Institute. Buffalo, N. Y., over which l)r. Pierce of the "Favorite Prescription" fame presides. In all cases where chil dren an desired and are absent, an effort should bo made to lind out the real cause, since it is generally so easily removed by proper treatment. In all the various weaknesses, displace ments, prolapsus, inflammation and de bilitating, catarrhal drains and In all flases of nervousness and debility, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the most eOicient remedy that can possibly be used. It has to its credit hundreds of thousands of cures—more in fact than any other remedy put up for sale through druggists, especially for woman's use. The ingredi ents of which the "Favorite Prescription" is composed have received the most positive endorsement from the leading medical writers on Materia Medico, of all the several schools of practice. All the Ingredients are printed in plain English on the wrapper enclosing the bottle, so that any woman making use of this famons medicine rfiav know exactly what she is taking. Dr. Pierce takes his pa tients into his full contidence, which he can afford to do as the formula after which the "Favorite Prescription" Is made will bear the most careful exam ination. I)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the best and safest laxative for women Two Tremendous Totals. Hartford, Conn., Times Two facts of significance Real Estate. City Property Seven-room house, shed, trees, cor ner lot, one block from car line ft ,500. $200 cash, balance }20 per month, 7 per cent or $1,800, $700 Cash, ^alance on mortgage. HOUSES AND STORE8 TO RENT. MONEY TO LOAN W. J. LANE Office over First National Bank, Fargo For Sale or su stand out In the an nual report of Secretary Metcalf. The exports from the United States dur ing the past fiscal year amounted to #1,743,864,500. That figure, surpassing by $225,000,000 the enormous total for the previous year, establishes a new high record. T*he other fact of im portance is that during the year 1, 178,785 aliens applied for admission Into this country. That number, greater bv 152,286 than the count for 1*05, breaks all previous statistics of immigration. The business which the United States is now doing in the ex portation of products and in. the im portation of people has assumed colos proportions. Long Tennessee Fight. Vat twenty years W. L. Rafwla, of Bells, Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He Writes "The swelling and soreness in •Ide my nose was fearful, till I began applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the SreSwellffifc surface this caused the soreness 1 to disAppe~a, heV%r fb re«' turn." Best salve in existence, 25c at ail druggists. Will Exchange. ^fMy hottse on North Broad way for sale. Will consider part payment for smaller house or will take good farm lands. «Nice property and nicely lo cated* For further particulars K v write, 5 0. Chl'ag° $- i Sit, .. *5£t jlr- •M :V KERR CO., ^Corner Third and Nicollet* Minneapolis, Minn. THEY WANT FARMS. A capitalist desires to se- ,'Cfnrp through our Chicago office a tract Of wheat land in Red river or Jim river Valley, North Dakota, and to pay for -fllanie with valuable and prominent va cant frontage comprising a number of (Jhoioe residence building sites in finest location on north side, Chicago. Will he glad to get in touch with land own ers who wish to entertain such a pi-op- **/._» •¥31 La Sslle street, Chicago, III. W-,- ». I Osition. Send us full particulars.' rorniii want Ad* wet Results. WM. H. BROWN CO. & BRITTAIN, HEAR MUCH BETTER SWEDI8H RULER 18 GREATLY IM PROVED. Physicians Will Issue Only One Bulle tin Daily Concerning Hit Condition —He Slept Well Last Night—The Official Bulletin Today. 8tr*kholm, Dec. 18.—King Oscar Is much improved in health that his attending physicians announce that after today they will issue only one bulletin daily. Today's bulletin was as follows: "The king slept seven hours during the night. His temperature this morn ing was 99.1 and his pulse was strong er, although still somewhat irregular. There is still a slight discharge of mu cus from the trachea." PEOPLE OF NOTE J. E. Wilder Cauelton iM city today. la the P. M. Buckley of Buffalo If visiting in the city today. United States Marshal Shea left this morning for St. Paul. F. A. Green and daughter, of Arthur, were visitors here today. Ned A. Colby, a prominent Gardner farmer,, aVrlved in Fargo last night. State's Attorney Warren of LaMoure was In Fargo last evening on business. L. B. Hanna left for Buffalo this noon to attend to some business mat ters. L. Olsen, a prominent elevator man of Warren, was In Fargo today oft business. W. A. McDonald, the well-known N. P. railroad man, was a visitor to Far go today. W. F. Piper, a prominent farmer of Davenport, was a visitor of the day to Fargo. P. E. Olson, the well known Hickson elevator man, was ln the city today on business. J. A. Montgomery, clerk of the Unit ed States court, is In St. Paul (Unof ficial business. E. P. Wager, the driveling Grand Forks machinery dealer, visited the gateway city today. Senator E. H. Spoonheim of North wood was a guest at the commercial club at noon today. Banker Hutchison of La Moure left for his home this morning after spend ing yesterday in the city. two men, were visitors here today, A. W. Milner, the well-known rail road man of Jamestown, is here on duties connected with his position- G. W. McGunn, a well-known farm er of Blanchard, dropped into town last night and is spending the day here. H. J. Gibson, assistant commission er of agriculture, was in Fargo today visiting with his oijf friends in this city. Mr. and ^frs. John Boos of Leonard spent last night in this city, stopping at the Elliott. Mr. Boos is a promi nent merchant of Leonard. John Towers, the well-known eleva tor man of Ayr, wa3 in Fargo today looking after some business matters. He registered at the Prescott. P. C. Dillon of Grand Forks, stop ped in Fargo today on his way to Port land to visit his son, who is a well known newspaper man of that city. James Robinson, of Grand Fo^ks, one of the Great Northern officials of this division, paid a visit to Fargo today in connection with his official duties. He stoppled at the Metropole. Mrs. Minnie Cullen of Davenport and her two daughters have arrived in Far go and will take up their residence here during the winter in order that the young women may attend the A. C. Chairman C. S. Diesem of the state railroad board, and N. J. Cruden, sher iff-elect of LaMoure county, were in the city last evening on their way to Minneapolis to testify before the Inter state commerce commission. Frank Ingalls, superintendent of bridges and buildings on the Dakota division of the Northern Pacific, and C. L. Whiting, roadmaster on the same division, both of Jamestown, are in Fargo today on inspection tours. WyndmerS, Wyndmere, N. D., Dec. It.—To The Forum: There are no indications of a fuel famine in Wyndmere as yet. The merchants have been very busy lately getting ready for a big holiday trade. Misses Gertrude Hanson and Gertie Gardner came home from the Valley City normal to spend the holidays with the old folks at home. Through the efforts of Rev. McPeak, a bell has been secured and placed In the Methodist church. Mrs. Lars Olsgard gave a party Sat urday evening in honor of Miss Lar sen of DeLamere. About twelve young ladles were present and all report a most enjoyable time. The town board has decided to have Denis McCrate taken to the county poor farm. Uncle Dinnie is one of Richland county's oldest and earliest settlers, and his is indeed a sad case. It is hoped that some of his money may be recovered, as his case against W. H. Harker comes up ln this term of court. Cor. W. A r—* o.Mu. ''I*, .- a%'i s ft v »«,» "V ^i Farg'o Wants. Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED AT ONCE—An experienced lineman. Apply Union Light, Heat & Power Co. WANTED—-Men to have their razors ground. Donahue & Licther, 7 Eighth street south. WANTED—Men to learn barber trade. Only short time required to learn. Write for free illustrated catalogue. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. BRIGHT BOY wanted in each town to sell combination watch fob and trunk check, stamped with name. Write for particulars. Moorhead Fob Co., Moor head, inn. STENOGRAPHER WANTED—Young man for commercial work, apply in own handwriting, stating age, exper ience, references, salary expected. Ad dress M. A. B., care Forum. WANTED—Man of good address for permanent traveling position with large manufacturer, selling goods to merchants. Excellent contract. Ad dress A. F. Sanftenburg, Hotel Wal dorf, City. POSITIONS WANTED. Male. YOUNQ MAN attending schools wants a place to work for his board. En-' quire Aaker's Business college. BOOKKEEPER—Have resigned my present position and will be open for engagement Jan. 15, 1907. Have had twenty-eight years' experience. Very befct of references. Scandinav ian by birth. Address Expert, care Fargo Foruni. HELP WANTED. Male and Female. WANTED—Competent stenographer at once—nolle but experienced need ap ply. Address Box 17, Fargo. WANTED—Man and wife to do gen eral work on farm, close to James town. Write for particulars. Lock Box 227, Jamestown, N. D. WANTED—At once, a young lady or young man compositor, with some ±je^^jdin^r aiid Johprgon^ knowledge of press feeding and ad and to prominent (Srand pwks traveling J8b etfrnpositlofi. Must wft*~i»eat and an* particular. Good wages. Write at once to Teller, Milnor, N. D. WHAT THEY SAY G. L. McGregor: A regular meet ing of Fargo Lodge No. 5, A. O. Lr. W., will be held in Loyal Knights tem ple this evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be initiation. Louis Hotop: My experience as a rnerchant on the frontier some years ago has taught me that the railroads are not always to blame. In regard to the coal shortage the dealers in the smaller towns should be severely cen sured, rather than the railroads. They have been long on speculation and have taken grave chances, depending upon the railroads to supply them with coal on short notice and have run up an unprecedented business condition. If the merchant had not been so eager to turn over his money too often he could have had his coal in early in the fall when the roads were running empty cars west to carry wheat. But coal has to be paid for in thirty and sixty days and the merchant put It off. It is hoped this will be a lesson to everybody in the future. Frank J. Thompson: The annual death rate in the United States is a little over 1,000,000. One-fourth of these deaths are due to consumption and pneumohla, over 20,000 die of bronchitis, over 15,000 of influenza, the same of diphtheria, and whooping cough carries off more than 10,000. Thus we see that diseases of the re spiratory organs cause about one third of the annual deaths in the Unit ed States, or irv round numbers about 300,000 people die annually of these ailments. If some disease was annu ally causing the death of even half this number of cattle, sheep, or swine, the country would be in an uproar, states and federal governments would appoint commissions, make appropria tions, and our whole economic fabric would be shaken to clean away the plague. But inasmuch as only the hu man animal is involved, the nation sits down and says it is only a hu man being, and "The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord." To be sure there are commissions, and scientists, and physicians, investigating the cause and prevention of these diseases, but they are practically private enterpris es, and depend largely upon the milk of human kindness for nourishment. Now, why have I said all this? Be cause if cattle, or sheep, or swine, had to wait for indifferently punctual trains, in as bleak, unwholesome, cold, damp waiting quarters as are so gra ciously tendered to unfortunate street car patrons as that death-trap on the corner of Northern Pacific avenue and Broadway, there would be a general cry of horror. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals would reorganize and become active the officials of the street car company would be denounced, and our city fathers, mayor included, would swell & ill WT5 FXRTTC) FOWSf OTT5 "DAILY T?TCPTTBLIO,A'Nr, TTTSTVAY EYEXTXG, "DECEMBER 18, 1006. Words word after Week Farg'o Wants. good 'wages N. D. •^wlth righteous indignation. I waited portant a creature as man. •\i. A ,4 U I' Ten Words a word after first Inser tion. One Week 35 Cents Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. COOK WANTED—611 Eighth street south. WANTED—A chambermaid Webster hotel. a( the WANTED—Good girl for generaj housework. Small family. 614 Ninth avenue south. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. Mrs. Geo. Pirie, 909 Eighth street south. LADIES—We sharpen scissors, knives, skates. Donahue & Licther, 7 Eighth street south. WANTED—Housekeeper, middle aged, references required. Mrs. L. Van Es, 919 Tenth avenue north. WANTED—Girl for general house work $5 per week. Apply E. H. Wright, 376 Seventh avenue south. WANTED—A first-class woman cook for hotel. None but first-class need apply. J, B. 'Fleming, Washburn, N. D. WANTED—Lady of business ability, for traveling position, selling to merchants. A new and attractive proposition. No competition. Address A. F. Sanftenburg, Hotel Waldorf, City. WANTED—Lady stenographer, steady work and good wages, to one who has had experience in letter writing and accurate with figures. Address in own hand writing, Lock Box 213, Far go, N. D. WANTED—Two ladies to introduce a fast selling article, one that sells on sight. Big profit to the right party. Honesty and a willingness to work about all that's required. For particu lars-'address, C. M. Evans, Marshall, Wis. WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER—A maiden lady or widow without chil dren, between the ages of 25 and 50 years, on a farm adjoining the city of Fargo and connected with it by side walk and electric cars. Electric light, water and fuel in the house, also mod ern appliances for doing the work. No small children. To a thoroughly com- petfn^ $*r»on,.an early riser, good cook Address Box 275, Fargo, STENOGRAPHER STENOGRAPHIC WORK Phone 880M for stenographic work by hour or day.- WANTED TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY—Fur lined over coat. Address, Doc., Forum. WANTED TO BUY—Second hand set of North Dakota Reports and Di gests. Address Lawyer, care Forum. WANTED TO BUY—All kinds of men's second hand clothing. Send a postal card to J. J„ 224 Front street Fargo, N. D- WANTED TO EXCHANGE A NEW HOTEL and all newly furnish ed, in a South Dakota town of 600 people. No other hotel and rates $2.00 per day, now paying 50 per cent on the investment, for Red river valley land. This is the best hotel proposition in the state, and will pay any one that is thinking of going into the hotel busi ness to Investigate it. Sickness is the cause for wanting to dispose of same. For further particulars address, Geo. R. Morris, Presho. S. D. MONjiYJX) LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on city property from one month to five years, also on chattels. Young & Thomas, room 7. Fargo National Bank block. L08T. LOST—Ladies' small purse containing two $5 bills. Suitable reward for re turn to Salvation army. PUSH IS LOST or stolen—Large liver and white pointer dog, left fore leg broken when a pup. Liberal reward. A. B. Snell, 1124 Fourth avenue south. LOST—Somewhere between Ninth avenue north and Fargo high school, lady's jfold chain with cross attached, on which was engraved the name Clara. Finder please leave at The Forum office and receive reward. MISCELLANEOUS. WIDE AWAKE student would transact business in Minneapolis during Xmas for party, for fare. Address Merce nary, Fargo college. About three-quarters of an hour last evening in that death-house for a car. There are three electric heaters in it. Only one of them wns going, that is, I thought so. Some one might have stuck a lighted match iir one of them, for it was only warm, the others were cold. The floor was damp and icy, the and k,ndr.rlfarteni decent and warm but don't let It stand a monument to cupidity, to in difference, and a constant menace to the health and lives of even so linim- Fargo Wants. Ten Words Cword after first laser Week 35 Cents Hon Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. BOARD AND ROOM—221 Fifth north. -1 reet ROOM and board to 1M obtained at Mrs. F. A. Paige, Ml Tenth street south. FOR RENT—A front suite of rooms with board, modern. Enquire of H. H. Hall, 211 Tenth street north. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished, 8. 8. FOR RENT—A modern furnished room. Enquire of W. L. Morris, 1011 First avenue south. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, suitable for two. 1114 Second ave nue south. Phone 433-L. FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping well located and convenient, on car line. J. B. Fol som, 618 Front street. FOR RENT—Front room, ground floor, direct entrance, tire place, hot water heat, access to bath. Lady preferred. Ill Ninth street south. FOR RENT. Unfurnished Rooms. S. 8. FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. Fargo Steam Laundry, FIVE unfurnished rooms for rent, mod ern except heat. $12 per month. Phone 880-M. FOR RENT. Houses, 8. 8. FOR RENT—Furnished house. 854 Ninth avenue south. FOR RENT. Rooms Furnished. N. 8. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern. 702 Broadway. FOR RENT -Beautifully furnished' rooms. 324 Fifth street north. FOR RENT ern house. THREE ROOMS furnished for house keeping. 737 Second street north. TWO FURNI8HED ROOMS—With heat. On car line. 608 Fifth street north. FOR RENT—Twc furnished rooms ln modern house. Call 1016 Third ave nue north. FOR RENT—A modern furnished room at 1020 Second avenue north, near Milwaukee depot. GOOD WARM furnished rooms, one front, $7 two connecting, $10, at 302 Third avenue north. FOR RENT. Houses, N. 8. FOR RENT Thoroughly modern house on car line. Good place for boarding house, twelve now boarding here. Inquire 1201 Fourth avenue north. Phone 1099-L. FOR RENT—Good dwelling house, 121 Ninth street north, between First and Second avenues, two blocks from postoffice hot and cold water, electric light, bath room, hardwood floors, cel lar, etc. Apply 817 Fourth avenue south. Phone 641-L. ^^FOFI^ENT^-ROOMS—N. S. A FEW good steam heated rooms for rent in the Knerr block. Inquire of AP. Gabel, Km-rr block, N. P. avenue. FOR SALE OR RENT. Houses, N. 8. FOR SALE—On monthly payments, or rent, modern five-room house. 123 Twelfth street north. FOR RENT. Cottages—N. 8. FOR RENT—A five-room cottage, at 1405 Third avenue north. Enquire at 614 Front strret. FOR RENT. Offices. SUITE of rooms with vault, in Maglll block. Call Pierce & Tenneson. OFT'CE ROOMS for rent, steam heat, over Wilser's drug store. Phone 672-L. FOR RENT—Offices, steam heated. Enquire N. W. Port-Huron Co., 6 Broadway. BUY MEN'S second hand clothes and shoes. Send postal. N. B.. 314 Front street FOR RENT. 8T0RE. ... northwest of Fargo, forty-acre pasture, sides frosty, and, altogether, a dis- balance under cultivation, good build grace to the street car company, an For terms enquire J. C. Carnine, insult for all the considerations shown !119 Twelfth street north. that company by our city officials and the citizens generally, an outrage up-| FINANCIAL. ^en°/V FOR RENT—-store room 25x78, In Dixon block. Inquire at Dixon laun dry. FOR RENT—FARfol. FOR RENT—Farm of 300 acres, half mile east of Harwood, eight miles W?F?1JONDXCO^T^ the undertakers. I say either take it I lished brokerage house in Goldfleld, away entirely, for the dry cold of out- issue each week a market letter, re doors Is better than the damp chill of, plete with news of all Nevada camps the alleged waiting room, or make it1 an^ -ri giving reliable advice on all Ne vada stocks. Mailed free regularly to any address. Send yours. Box P., Goldfleld, Nevada. For State New» Read The Forom. Fargo Wants. Ten Words One Week word after laser 35 C%nts Rates for Classified Advertising On* cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each Insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. BUY, 8ELL OR EXCHANGE. WE BUY, sell or exchange new and second hand furniture. Easy terma. M. Levits, 416 Front Rtreet, Fargo. HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE—-New and second hand furniture and stoves. Hartstein, 402 Front street phone 181. FOR SALE. Household Goods. FOR SALE—Art Garland heater ln good condition, medium size. Tele phono 1401-M. NEW and second hand furniture, in stallment plan. Fargo Auction stor% 610 First avenue north. BUSINESS CHANC! A BLACKSMITH SHOP in a good farming community, with a well es tablished business, for sale cheap. In quire at the First State bank of Rog ers, N. D. FOR SALE —Stock of hardware ln good North Dakota town can rent building and fixtures. Excellent oppor tunity. $2,500 to $3,000 to handle. Ad dress Trustee, Box 700, Fargo, N. D. FOR 8ALE OR LEA8E—Good paying legal newspaper in homestead coun try. Good advertising patronage. Homestead duties require owner's at tention. Address, Newspaper Snap, care Forum. FOR SALE —Good clean stock of gen eral merchandise in one of the live liest little towns In North Dakota. Stock and fixtures will invoice at from $8,000 to Address Box 178, Wilton, N. -m FOR SALE—$2,400 takes hotel and restaurant $1,200 cash, balance $50 a month. Thi« is a snap for some one who wants to go into business. Good location' -Furnished room ln mod 229 Roberts street. KOOd lra1e- Buyer can step in and make money from the start. Act quick. Address Box 648, Fargo, N. D. FOR 8ALX. FOR SALE—Baled hay at New FtogO House barn. FOR SALE-Good second hand cutter. Inquire Stanford's feed store. FOR 8ALE—Nice clean old papers, 15 cents per hundred at Forum offica FOR SALE—Gilt Edge hot air furnace. Will heat large store. Howland 4k Goodrich. FOR SALE—Cary safe, No. 9, prac tically new, very cheap. Inquire of Jas. W. Glassford, city. THE SCHMITDK'E restaurant, for* inerly (table's, at 510 Front street, la selling $f) meal tickets for $3.50. FOR SALE—120 white Plymouth Rock chickens, will sell cheap because I cannot care for them. Ed Seims, Far go. IF you don't find the house or room here to suit you, advertise for It Hundreds of people are watching column for your ad. FOR SALE—Cass county maps, show ing names of owners of every Quar ter section. By express, $1.76 for pa per, $3.25 for cloth backs. FOR SALE—On easy terms, fixtures for confectionery store, soda foun tain, counters, show cases everything for first-class store. Address box 118* Fargo. BIRDS FOR SALE—imported canary singers, talking parrots and pet ani mals. Prices reasonable. Address the Standard Bird Co., Lock Box 154, Chi cago, III. FOR 8ALE—A few of those celebrated sets of Forum dishes. $6 pays for the set and The Dally Forum six months ln advance—If your arrear ages are paid. CARDS. DEALERS, write for samples of our line. We sell to dealers only. The Porte Company. Farsro. N. D. LOST OR STRAYED. LOST OR STRAYED—From Maple ton, N. D., Nov. 17, a 3-year-old steer: dark red color, crumpled horns weight about 1,150 pounds. A suitable reward will be paid by returning to Charles Footer, Mapleton, N. D. FOR SALE- FOR SALE—A fine residence lot, 150x 40 feet, on Eighth avenue south, 100 feet to Fourth street car line, cement walks, shade trees, paving, etc. Price Including 1906 taxes, $675. W. R. Kil patrick. Fargo, N. D. UPHOLSTERING. EXPERT furniture repairing and cab inet work. C. C. Anderson, Flamer block, 64 Fifth street north. FOR SALE—MOORHEAD. House and Lots. FOR QUICK SALE—Small house and eight lots. In Moorhead, each 25x140, also barn with room for twenty head of stock. Good well and pump. Must be sold before Dec. 24. Call or address Farmers' Land Co., 612 Front street, Fargo. COLLECTIONS. WE MAKE collections, taking over your regular accounts or get the money on the hard ones. Full facili ties to handle all business, commerc ial Adjustment Co., Thos. Hall, Mgr. A** Hi'i '1111* ?Mj«Tr i •'riifr'