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M THE OGDEN STANDARD. OCDEN, UTAH: WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914.
II Woman's Page Suggestions for Girls Who Wish to Work for an Education Paint Brushes and Cans of Paint for Housewife Pantry Shelves Made to Look Brighter Many Articles About the Home May Be Made to Look Pretty Recipe for Salad a la Diable and Cucumber Supreme. I SUGGESTIONS FOR GIRLS WHO WISH TO WORK FOR EDUCATION. Helping 10 pay on e way through college Is a problem which many voung women have to iace either be fore they enter the Institution or af ter thev' matriculate Man and di vers are the means b which yn am bitious moid nan earn an education when she Is sensible enough to real lze that no task Is menial if it Is hon est and a means to a worthy end When the institution is in or near a large city tuo ways of earning mon ey offer a larger choice. The sum mer vacations, too. offer many such opportunities More than one large hotel along the New England coast employs waitresses who if desired, could probably converse on scientific problems with ease and understand ing. The writer knows n young girl who Is caring for children in her neigh horhood certain days a week taking them for a walk or amusing them at home by the hour Another Kir' tells stories to a class of children I once or twice a week Another has - -LIU J.nnina I g S O 71 " t h P T" I I a ciuiurvij b uau iuq iooo v v p I a y accompaniments Very often go-ahead girls makp themselves verv useful to their class mates by mendinc. hopbloeking. hair dressing, shampooing and manicur ing. A girl with a talent for candy making or bakine can supply materi al for "spreads" or even run a lit tie specialty shop selling embroider ies, water colored Christmas and En? ter cards and hand decorated dance programs. Sometimes there are "faculty ba bies' to be "coached ", not in studies, but on four wheels And then the girl with a knowledge of clear starch ing can launder fine laces. Jabots and other dainty finery for her friends. The girl with a talent for getting up entertainments or who ran re cite monologues, whistle or otherwise amuse an audience is also able to help out with her own expenses Hard and confining a6 th college course may be. It ia surprising 'o I find that with concentration there Is still time for outside work if one is willing to give up play time for the purpose. PAINT BRUSHES TO FORE. Today the hand that wields th paint brush may be the hand of the dainty mistress of the home So ad vanced has become the art of ready mixed paints that an woman with a few cans and a good small brush can .j do in her home a hundred little Jobs ;a' ordinarily professionals' work, fjsfl The pantry shelves may be treated to one or to coats of white or other SM color enamel This 6aes paper and Ijj the bother of changing shelf paper .T besides beinc more sanitary. im The radiators may look rusty a jB can of bronze or aluminum metal V paint will make them glint as of yore 3f The kitchen stove will he almost i a thing of beauty Is it is treated to im a wash of asphaltum or other glossy j3 black paint prepared especially for 3 metals. The andirons, too, the fire H' 6hovel or the fender. If It be of iron, n will be ready to enjoy its summer va- I ration, rust-proof against summer ! dampness. The porch furniture that has been I stored away in cellar or garret all ' winter may need several coats of fresh paint or stain. If there are reed or rattan pieces, a coat of stain, or Just varnish or pure oil, will bring back the hiFter of the wood and prevent it from split ting with changes of weather. Can.' and reed furniture, tabourets, etc should never be exposed to weather J without a thorough treatment of oil ' to fill the crevices The garbage can ma also be made resplendent with aluminum pa in afl can the ordinart! ugly mail boxes which some of us have on the veran da. Waste baskets, too. will stay Clean 1 longer, if treated to an oil or varnish coat. And one baby buggy I know of was madp into a thing of beauty by treating It to an oil coat, and then two of white enamel, with black un der body Perhaps beauty is nor skin deep, but paint deep, and the housewife will find that a little can ol paint will go a long way to making things about the house bright and pretty. RECIPES. Salad a la Diable Take i he meat of one large fresh boiled lobster and dice it; drain and j dry 12 raw oysters; cut In half one fresh cucumber, remove the seeds, i then slice if thin, mix and put In a bowl to marinate one hour in a dress Ing made as follow?. Four table spoons olive oil, two of horseradish , vinegar salt -aenne papper. tra- spoon of Worcestershire sauce and one sliced shallot, two cloves and six ' drops lemon Jujce Urain very care fully when ready, mix with mayon naise and add a quarter up of finely chopped celery Serve in crisp le tuce leaves garnished with olives. Cucumber Supreme. Pare and slice thinly four cucum j bers. two bunches of spring onion-, a dozen radishes, one small green i pepper chopped fine Marinate In French dressing 10 minutes, drain and fill half green pepper shells. Put j a littlp heap of mayonnaise on each and lay the shell on a red and eren beet leaf. This is decorative as. well as being very good. oo EXCURSION to CANADA AUGUST 4TH Special Round Trip Rates la Ore-I ; gon Short ine to points in Alberta, j ' For reservations and further particu I lars apply at City Ticket Office 25H j Washington Avenue. Advertisement. - - on MRS. O'MAHONEY INJURED. Pocatello. Ida. Julv 28. Mrs D J. O'Mahoney, wife of the horticul-, tural Inspector for southeastern Ida ho, was thrown from a rig Sunday j evening and dragged for some l:c tance, causing serious injury Mr and Mrs O'Mahoney and Violet Mc I Devenlt were returning from a picnic land while going down the incline of Hip subway one of the shafts of the buggy fell and the horse ran away Mrs 0 Mahoney's clothing caught when the buggy was tipped over and she was dragged some distance. The others escaped with slight Injury Mrs 0 Mahone who is already a cripple, sustained a dislocated hip and man) bruises and cuts oo RUN DOWN BY AN AUTOMOBILE, j Pomtelio. Ida.. July 28. Informa tion reached here from Soda Springs thai MIbs Rhea Dunlop known In Pocatello as a junior In the academy and one of the social stars of that school, was run down by an automo bile and received Injuries from which She may not recover. It seems that the driver of the car was watching a runaway hors. as was Miss Dunlop. When She was struck She was un conscious for thirty hours The doc I tors hold out hope for recovery Miss ! Dunlop formerly lived at Logan oo To Banish Wrinkles and Freshen Up Quickly I After a strenuous day outdoor, when wind heat nmi exhaustion have combined to take awnv one's frshn and oaused the skin in wrlnklt and c-or nfver a tedious or fretful i;i Indoor one ttftn has urgent need for some quick rejuyan- ifltor M.ivbo ihorf's a tango party on for tho pvenlns .r ime other social event How I" ,h world -an mi" mak" herself I presentable, looking as she docF"" its iult ea.v 1 Just Kt an ouno -f pnwdofd saxolil? Ian a half pint witch hz-i ai the nearest 'lruc More, mix the two and bathe the, face in the solution for tw-i or thre min ute. Then look Into your mirror and he- hold the wonderful transformation ' , Wrinkles have vanished, loose, tired mus-: dee have been rested and "firmed up." I marks of failKU have flown, and you look o much brighter and younger you. ran hardly believe your eyes. No one need hesitate to trj this, the witrh hazel and sHxolue i.c-inc so perfectly harmless. , Advertisement PLANNING BIG OUTING. Brigham City, Jul 28 The Sun day sr hools of Boxelder are planning a big outing to Saltair on August 5.1 TiK- outing will undoubtedly be the largest out of this county this year, ind extensive plans are under WtJ for entertaining th local people at the beach on that day and tor prop erl handling the crowds out of tbii city The excursion will be run over the electric roads, the Ogden Rapid Transit and thp P.amborger Super- ntendent .1 W Hoopes of the H! day schools expects one of thp mos' successful outings ever given by thi organization. T S. DIBBLE DEAD. Blackfoot. Ida.. July 28 T. S. Dib ble, proprietor ot the Plbblp girase In this city, died this afternoon fol lowing an operation for acute appen dlcitis Mr nibble was taken ill Sun day morning and was at onoe operat ed Ofa at the Blackfoot hospital. The appendll was found to he ruptured Mrs Dibble, who was visiting In the cist, was notified bj wire, but was unable to reach her husband s bd -Kir frre death occurred. Sho is expected home Thursday CHILD SEVERELY INJURED. Blackfoot. Ida . July 28. -The in fant son of Mr and Mrs C. E Carson Is suffering from a stroke of paraly sis as tho rpsult of falling from a high bed and striking upon its head uu VISITING BOYS' CLUB. Brigham City, July 28- Walter J Glenn, field supervisor of thp Box elder county schools, Is busily en gaged these days visiting the boys agricultural clubs throughout the county Up is visiting each town in tho county where there Is a club and giving the boys personal Instructions in finishing their work for the year The club movement in this county If in exceptionally good shape and a great deal of Interest is being dis played by the boys and girls who are engaged in the work aRt I 45 cents j Jl M jthepound jrfc mCf guaranteed by the U. S. Pure Food CMP (Sk Laws. Manufactured for the best 1 .-.Q trade everywhere. J'4 Try One Can ofH&K Coffee and get the taste of real coffee and compare it with any other coffee on the Ogden market and you wifl find that H. & K. goes further for the same money. For Sale Only By Wilson Bros., 28th .nd Wall Ave. Tribe & Jone,, 2216 Wash Ave R. M'2786 wS AveC'f,C L He'stmark. 475 22Vd St. F;ed Fo"iger & Ztw 24th St FsG?3' JSff ve' P. A. Garner. 620 24th St. r R 'Jl54 Wah- Ave Tom Karadamea, Cor. 24th and Jeff. Ave. W E hSTI'sS W K Sa Wm. Weaver. 3284 Wh. Ave. Z' 2 AvAe' Domestic Science Bakery, 2258 Gran, Ave. S?- AllLive Grocers Handle This Pure Product NEW REVOLUHON PLOT IS DENIED Rumor of Huerta-Diaz Intrigue to Start More Trouble in Mexico Declared False. Washington. .July fe8 - Joee fastel lot. personal representat' ve here of Provlslnnjil Presldpnt C'a'-hajal. today enhphatlc'ally denied published repor'9 from Toronto that General Felix Diaz was expecting Genpral Muerta there to plan a counter revolution in Mexi co The report was very disturbing to Washington diplomats Mrs. (.'astellot conferred with See ! retary Bryan and declared very satis factory progress toward a peaceful agrpement with Carranza was being made Official advicps from Vera Cruz in dicated that n complete and sattsfac lory agreempnt would bp rpaheil whereby thp Zapatista forces would co-operate with the constitutionalists in establishing a new government Mexico The onh disturbing fnetor In the general situation, from th viewpoint of administration officials, was the decree by General Antonio V'lllareal ppplng foreign priests from the state of Nuevo Leon, of which he is military governor and restricting the activity of the Catholic ehureh. oo AUSTRIAN TROOPS ON TREJTjONTIEII London. Inly 28. Colonel Acourt Repington. the Times' military corre spondent, w ho has been assigned to make a sure of Austria's probable military plans, writes from the front Between 300,000 and 400,000 troops' are concentrating by rail and and ! river on the Servian frontier Spvpn army corps, each with two active d'-; visions .ind oup reserve are engaged Onp corps m strong, apparently is' a covering fone against Rumania The other six will probably be divia j ed Into three armies, each approxi-; matel 100,000 to IfO.OOQ strong, coui-: manded bv Generals Potiarek. Von i Frank and 'on Auffenberg The plan of ca&palgn anticipates the earlv evacuation of the northwesl ern region by the Servians and their concentration between Kraguev atic, Kruchevatz and Nish. Against this central position the Austnans proh ably will attempt an enveloping at i'.ck their armies being supported and linked by ravalry and th enemj position beinc reconnoitered by air c ra f ts The right army probably will ad vance from Sarajevo and Uvvatz eaatr ward, the center arm vfrom Semhn southeastw ir and the left army up the Moneva valle.v The Austrian might have had Belgrade on Monday if they wished. bi It was important for all the armies to advance togeth er and only when thev were ready to attack, for the crossing of the frontier may be the signal for a Russian ulti matum to Vienna, and it was to Aus tria s advantage to defer that dis agreeable moment. PIGEON RETURNS AFTER TWO YEARS Kansas City. July 28. A little bat-1 tered Homing pigeon, absent from home for two years has returned j with its wing frayed and its tall feathers missing The bird was re leased from the balloon Uncle Sam near Chicago, two years ago by Roy Donaldson, aide to Captain John Hun newell of St Louis Donaldson released three pigeon?, all of which had small metal tags attached to their lege. Both of tho others returned within a few day, but the third failed to arrive until yesterday. VISITING ATTORNEYS. Provo, July 28 Attorneys J T. Hammond and S. A King were here today on business in the Fourth dis trict court. oo CHILD DRINKS AMMONIA Bingham, July 28 The 2 year-old OH of Mr. and Mrs. G P Anderson! of Lower Main street is In a critical i condition as the result of drinking a Quantity of ammonia The Utile boy's j mother hd been using the ammonia for cleaning purposes and left a part ly-filled glass of the liquid in the bath room. The little boy found the glass and drank the contents He was im mediately seized with convulsions and several physicians were summoned At a late "hour tonight It was be lieved that the child would recover. uu LIBRARY PLANS WANTED. Brigham City, July 28 The Brig I ham City library commission Is busily j engaged in making preparations for j the proposed Carnegie library for this city. At a meeting held yesterdav ; afternoon, the commissioners romniu I nicated with 6ix firms of architects, j asking for competitive plans for the library building The city will re ceive an appropriation of $12,500 from the Carnegie commission. Plans must be filed with the commission befo August 5. POWERS TRY TO LOCALIZE THE WAR Paris. July 28 ' Russia must be kept from retaliating against Austria. ' To this end the greitest statesmen Of Europe crowned heads and prime tnlnlatejra are tonight taxing to the j utmost resources of their vast experi ences and intelligence. While the dec laration of war by Austria and the opening hostilities are the outstanding features of today's momentous events the greatest preoccupation of the whole world is centered on Tsarkoe Selo. whence It is expected the fate ful spark will shortly emanate to set fire to Europe. France. England and Italy are in continuous direct communication with St. Petersburg and slight hope is en tertained that the final catastrophe may yet be delayed. According to late Information ob tained from high quarters. Russia may be found inclined to relc Austria s aggression ib confined to the occupation of Relgrade The Ser vian capital Is reported today to be deserted. If Emperor Franz Josef, backed by the rabid war party, shows any in tention to follow up n peaceful occu pation of the dead city with B march south for the purpose of crushing on p for all the proud Slav nation, there is not the slightest doubt that lesions of Cossacks now massed along the frontier of Gallria will im mediately cross the border and in vade the dual monarchy Rumania would then attack also and Germany necessarily would have to take the fiold. partly to defen an ally , but chiefly In selfdpfense It goes without saying that her pli Is a crushing attack on France, where more than 1 000,000 men aw ait the opportunity of taking n iongprl-for revenge for the humiliation suffered I in 1870. TO DEPORT GREEK. PocatellO, Ida.. July 28 -Immigration Inspector L. T. Plummer has III rhargp a Grpek bv thp namp of Demi tutous Collins, who will hp returned to the old country Colllus is said to be a murderer fn Greece and will be deported as an undesirable person He was first arrested here for an noying women Hp will have an early hearing before United States Commis sioner Turner Mother Stanislaus Tells of Recovery Xegleeted throat trouble, and con tinued coughs and colds, often weak en the system Investl?a'e report? of recoveries brought about by Eck nian's Alterative, Here is nne Convent of St. Anne. Sanford, Fla. 'Gpntlemen: In February, 1911, four doctors examined my throat and uronounce'l thp nerpsity of an opera tion llavinc heard at Peeksklll. N V Motherhouse o" the Sisters of Bt Franris. where I was visiting, of Eck man's lteratlve 1 determined a a last resort to trv It. After taking fmir or Ave bottles large pieces of diseased tlssup cam away I ron tlnued the Alterative, to mv grateful and daily relief In ten months I wa rps'ored to perfect health I would lip thpm to see and hear from my own lips. If they so desire, all I would say of It," ( Abbreviated ) (Sicned) MOTHER M STANISL.M'S) Eckman's Alterative is most efnra cioi:p in bronchial catarrh and severe threat and luug affertions and up building thp system. Contains no harmful or h&bit-forminz drr.es Ac cept no substitutes Small sip $1 1,0 regular size $2 no Sold by leading drurarists Write Bckman Lahora- tr Philadelphia. Pa for booklet of recoveries Advertisement -on DAUGHTER BORN. Pocatello. Ida. July 28 --A daugh ter was born vesterday morning to I Mr and tin Charles Brannon of this city. Mother and child doing nicely A I son was born Saturdaj to Mr. and : Mr? William Hanon of 248 South 1 Grant. oo Always Busy . There is no talk of dull hard times. Of business poor and bad For men who people knov have got The goods behind the ad. P.' 9SING IT OX A Sundav -school teacher, after con ducting a lesson on the story of "Ja cob's ladder." concluded bv sayln? "Now, is there any little girl or K.v who would like to ask a question about the lesson11' ' Little Susie looked puzzled for a moment, and then raised her hand "A question, Susie0" asked the ' teacher I would like to know," said Susie, "if the angels have wings, why they have to climb up the ladder?" The teacher thought for some mo ments, and then, looking about the cla?s. asked. "Is there any little boy who would like to answer Susie's ques tion'" Ev erybody s Magazine. oo SHE GOT HIM THEN. "Oh. dear. Max. what a prosaic per son vou are. I'm afraid we shall never understand each other verv well." "Don't you worry; you understood my proposal all right and that was In the baldest prose. Fllegende Blaet-ter. Positive Relief from the suffering caused by dis ordered conditions of the organs of digestion and elimination from indigestion and biliousness always secured by the safe, certain and gentle action of 1 Beecham's Pills j Sold ererrwhere. In bx, 10c. 25c JS SSI Dumore Vacuum Cleaners We Rent Them as well as Sell Them. OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY. 2448 Washington Avenue. Phone 693. CiJHHHHiHHBiHHUHHlHBflHHHBW MEXICAN BOYS SENT TO U, S, Under General Villa's Plan Over 100 Youths Have Been Sent to American Schools. El Paso. Texas, July 29. t'arlos Jauregoi. an Intimate friend of Gen era! Villa left here today for southern Chihuahua, where he will assemble twelve Mexican youths, ?on of con stitutionalist soldiers killed in battle land conduct them to a preparatory school in San Franciseo Two of thoj boy? are children of General Toribio Drtegv a favorite of the northern di visional brigade who died recently In ' Chihuahua City This custom of sending orphaned I sons of i onstitutiona list soldiers to , school n the United Stat"1-- originated wtth General Villa and expenses are paid out of the army war chest It is estimated that more than one hun dred Mexican youths from Chihuahua havp already been placed in Amer ican schools by the northern leader. BOYS TO TAKE OUTING. Brigham City, Jtajy 2S -tinder the leadership of N. J. Valentine, the boy scouts of the Second ward will make a three days' trip to the hills In the southern part of Cache count It li I proponed to establish a camp at what lis known as Twin Mills, shout twenty ; miles east of this rity. out In the j wilds The outing will h strictiy n pkasurp trip FINGER IS SMASHED. Brigham City, July 28 Hyrum chrfstensen is uurslng a severely bruised finger This morning, while working on th Knudson Brother building, (.'hristensen. in company with a forr' of men was engaged In j handling a large steel licsm, when a slip occurred and the beam i ime down on his finger In such a manner : that it was nearly torn off oo WILL SERVE SIX MONTHS Pocatello. Ida.. July 23. John , ' Burnes. who was arrested a few days ago on the charge of wife beating. ! was sentenced yesterday by Judg' ; j Moyes to six months in the county ' jail Georgo Honno, who is hld for J i transporting liquor into prohibition districts, was bound over yesterday I to th district court. The ball ol $500 was not furnished. SUIT IN FORECLOSURE. Provo, Julv 28 - Ingre Williamson has begun a foreclosure suit in the Fourth district court against Stephen S. Bunnell and Asa- - 8 Bunnell to collect $5000. with ln' rr-.-r at the rat? 'of 10 per cent from January 24, 1914 on a promissory note, secured by mortgage on Utah count: real estate FRATERNAL SOCIETIES Brotherhood of American Yeomen Ogden Homestead No 1505 meets on everj Tuesday evening in W. O. W, hall Fraternity building. Washington avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial U invited to meet with us. IeRoy McKnight. foreman, .4 29th street ' J A. Junk, Correspondent, 32'V' W ash i ington avenue. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, L O O. F., meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members invited An nie Carlson. N G . Hazel Wolhaupter, Rroroing Secretary For DE LUXE ICE CREAM CALL PHONE 2359 GERD1NG & WILLIAMS j SLADE TRANSFER! j Phone 321 j Office 408 25th St. j FANS REPAIRED Motors Re-wound. Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. Phone 88. 425 24th St. THE ACCUMULATIVE EFFECT of an account with the Commercial National 1 Bank is one of the greatest incentives to save I more money. I Weekly deposits, added to by liberal interest, insure the steady growth of your funds. 1 ji 4 Interest Paid on 5 Savings Accounts. . , . k ' d jeta M v- 1 V Uneeda Biscuit , Tempt the appetite, please the taste and nourish the body Crisp, cleanand fresh I 5 cents in the moisture I proof package. Baronet Biscuit Round, thin, tender ; with a delightful flavor appropriate for l luncheon, tea and dinner., xo cents. ZuZu I i Prince of appetizers. Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to waiting mouths every where. Say Zu Zu to the grocer man, 5 csnts. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name I L J Order of Owls. Ogden Nest, No. 121S. Order of Owls, meets every Fri day evening in their own hall (the old Elk cluh rooms) at 8 o'clock Visit- Ing Brother Owls are invited to at ! tend the next meetings T. C Iver son President. G. C. Reberg, Secre tary. Women of Wcdcraft Sego Lily Cir j cle No. 174 meets every second and fourth Thursday nights at 8 o'clock in 1 1. O. O. F. hall, visiting neighbors j cordially invited. Frances Coppock. G. N.. 957 27th St. Kate He-man. Clerk, 232 23d. Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden ; Aerie No 1 1 S. F. O. E . meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles' hali. Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visitlnr brother Eag'es are Invited to attend tne aerie meetings Club rroms open at 11 a. m Wm. Dole. W President; E R Treiger, Secretary ; Dr. C. E. YNardleigh, Aerie Phvsirian. . MASONIC Queen Esther chaptpr No. 4. O E S. regular meetings held ' at Masonic hall on Washington ave., between 25th and 28th sts the first I and third Fridays of each month So- I Journlng members cordially Invited to attend. Minnie Parker, W. M ; Callie ! E. Cave, Secretarv. I 1 Woodmen of the World. Weber j camp No. 74. meets in the W O. W I hall. Fraternity block. 2320 Washing ton avenue, every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor dially invited to attend. C H Har- ; tog. C C.; W. Bt Pirgutt Clerk. Ladies of the Maccabees of the World. Silver Hive No. 1, meets everv ' first and third Friday evening at 8 o'clock; and every second and fouth 1 Fridav afternoons at 2 :50 o'clock In Woodmen hall, Fraternity block Vis I iting member?; cordially invited to at tend Alice Collins, L. C ; L. Jennie Prout R. K. Royal Neighbors of America meets m. every second and fourth Monday W nights of each month at 8 o'clock at the nerv Odd Fellowa hall, Fraternitv building ViBiting neighbors Invited Etta Ingeurelsen. 197S Steel avenue. Lillian Newton. Recorder, 27th and Quincy. T'tah Camp No. 999n Modern Wond men of America meetG everv Tues'dav night in new K. of P. hall, 3 doors north of postofflce. Out of town mem I bers cordially Invited to meet with us. O. F Olsen, Consul, J. h Shafer. Clerk. I Ogden Lodge. No. 2. Knights of Py thias, meets everv Monria'u I 8 o clock in Castle hall of the Py ; thian 'binding. 23-Sj Grant avenue. I lsitinc Knights welcome A. E Pratt -C C; Wr. L. Underwood, K R S W 6. Kind. M F. ". Royal Highlanders, Ogden Castle No 525 meets in the new T O O F hall, Fraternitv hlock, 2320 W'ash ave . flting "'Senders 'cor dially invited a. F Wvkes t p William Muller. Sec.-Treas Women of Wogdcrtft, Ogden Circle NO. 581, meets ever WednS. night Ave Anna Mifls G. N -"t 5 iJ Street. Phone 1530.R V,Vu rH f IW Clerk. 2731 Monroe. Phone's?!?