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TEACH LASTING LESSONS IN PEAT AMERICA* TOY IS A TACTOX IN DE TILOPMIKT OF YOUTH Or OUX LAND, Ideas of Style jnd Conetraction Are Tar In Advance of Pre-War Days. The American people today do r.ot buy | nn artli !o without considering its use; and value. Particularly. Is this the rase in toys. The time was when they j bought the Christmas toy and unl'ortu-' natoly that Wind frequently only lasted J through one day's celebration. ?While toys were imported novelty j merchandise many of the substantia! regular business establishments did not j devote any time or space to them. Tho i short season, tho low price and the ? forced sale line was not in tune with i good business methods and opportuni-' ties. In fact. It was more like specula- | tion and not a serious business for the grown-up hardware* store. Put today toys have been like many ! other things?Americanized. The Am- ! erican toy doesn't just amuse?it ' teaches lasting lessons while at play. I Such toys train* the youngsters mind.; They tone the eager muscles. They | quicken every sense for the bigger life: tussle that's ahead. That's why more : time and thought :s being giv< n In car- j l ying the gospel of toys to the dca'ers j in the trade. The toy business Is hard ware business-ali-year-round business; ??business that adds another whole gen eration of customers and customers that don't feel satlstled until they get what they want. \ e.\ sir, the toys are a real hardware j 1'ne. We can lov>k forward then to a leading display of the more substantial lines of wheel goods, eta. at the next gathering of the Ketall Hardware deal ers of West Virginia, which will be ? held In Wheeling. January 31st, Febru-! ary 1st and llnd. next y ear. Among the j lines shown will be the following: Auto Wheeling Coaster Co. This old. original concern from North Tor.awanda. N. Y? were really pioneers' In the making of a substantial toy wagon. Not the k:nd that fell to pieces or that would not stand all the hard : knocks given by the average American youth, but a wagon built on the sub- ? stantlal lines of a far mwagon. Ma do ? of selected stock of generous dimensions and roller bearing wheels and all fin ished In attractive fashion has made th.s business, from very small begin- j nir.gs, to be one of the big enterprises I In tho Uuffalo region. Mr. J. J. Schneider, the president of the com- j pany and simply a boy grown up. and Mr. Ilurgoyne, tho salesmanager for these eastern states, are both planning to bo present In Wheeling to meet their West Virginia and Ohio friends. X c. White Co. Makers of the original Kiddle tCars and Kiddie Kr.rts. Some five or six years when this original Kar came out It took the country by storm. It proved that a strictly high grade article for the kids along new lines would prove popular. In fact, it Is the "classic"' among juvenile vehicles. Made in five models for children ranging from three i years old to eight, and produced from j Vermont Kock-Mapie and second growth Birch. It was solidly built to stand hard knocks throughout every season of the year. This all-year-round vereallllty of the Kiddle Kar has been one of the i greatest factors in its amazing popu-j larlty. j TIrxibIa Tlier md Tirefly Sleflf. This famous and widely advertised, line of Sleds and Coasters will bo shown the materials are all of the high-I est grade and In the line as will be shown will bo a size and a grade to [ suit every ago and practically every ? pocketbook. In the Flexible Filer line the best of material throughout is used producing beyond doubt the easiest steering and the best sled ever made. In the Firefly is found a coaster far superior in construction, design, llnish and steering qualities to the average Flexible Coaster Sled on the market. Velocipedes, Steel W eg one. Etc. The line of Wire Wh'-el gcods shown will be quite extensive comprising num c.-'>us mages at.d latest Improved pat terns and designs. There win be the steel tired velocipedes, likewise the rub-' ber tired and cushion tired Poycycle, 1 , as well as the Juvenile Bicycle for ' youngsters and fitted either with cush ion tire or pneumatic tire. There will , bo the steel bed express wagon In the numerous sizes?the small automobiles i in plain and even in the fancy stylee and equipment. In Ro.ler Skates sev- 1 er.il makes will appear suitable for the grow\-upH arid for r:nl; us* as well as the popular priced style for sidewalk; and street use. In the Ice Skate line will appear the Club or Regular pat tern? the liockey or straight runner 1 style and all cither suited for men or women's u>?. Additional to all above there will | be showing of sporting goods such as Baseball, Football. Basketball, l.awn Tennis. Gymnasium goods, Croquet Sets, etc. In fact, articles that perhaps truly speaking, would not be classed as toys, but all g'dr.g to make the exhibit com plete In the line of articles intended for play either for the grown-ups or young sters. Manufacturers from far and wide win be iri attendance here and local Jobbing houses together with represen tative jobbing houses from all over this state, ennsylvanla. Uhlo and Indiana, will take part In this exhibit. Tno ofrl cers of the association feel safe In pre dicting that the best attended gathering the state of West Virginia has ever held will be this next one In Wheeling. KIWANIS CLUB WILL ELECT ON THURSDAY Vui, Blackford and Moor* Unopposed Contort for Board of Directors. Oftlcers for the ensuing year will be elected at the rcjtular post-luncheon n.eetlnp of the Kiwania c'ub to be held at the McLure at noon tomorrow. AJb??rt Snedeker who was nominated for president and t.eorpo S. Walters, i. >miiintod for \ tee-president. have risk ed that their names be withdrawn. This leaves the election without a contest ex'-. pt for the boi>rd of directors. Ti.? follow.nc ofllc ?rs will be unani mously elected: T'ooplnsH Vaas. presi dent. UeorKe A. UlucJtford, vice-presi dent: Walter F, Moore, secretary and treasurer, and Julian U. llearue, trus tee. The followip.ir are the nominees for the board of directors, three of whom pre to elected: Kred It. Ounntnjr, Tlalph If owe. Joseph Jefferson. (Jeorge Jt. Walters. A. I.. Klnir. M. C. Mag?e and Wl'itam Urown. LET BIG CONTRACT Open las' of Xew Cool Mine at Powhatan to Be Prortded for at Bell air* To-day. At Itellslre. O. to-day. off!?-..?I.? ?.f the Cleveland and Western i.'oal ?"omp&tiy ba\.o announced, contracts will 1 Rwaided for openlnp a new mtr.e on the company's 12.i'00 acre holdtnirs at I'ow hatan. O. The new mine, a modern tip ple, a colony of 200 houses and other Im provements aro to cost eventually 51. JOO.OOO. DAN ARCHIBALD -??? Pan ArchilgtM?has a face familiar to Wheeling. As a young chap. lie served his apprenticeship with the McVay Hardware Co.. of ltellalrc. After a : time he came to Wheeling and tor a few ve.irs was associated with tlie j lieiner boys in the ileiner Hardware Co.. on Market street. Here lie atnde many I warm friends and acquaintances uhout i town. Keturning again to Itellaire ho j was connected with Mr. t'tt t'ummings i In the hardware line, and li.e years ago lie embarked Into hitsim ss on liis own account in this o!d established stand. Today lie is tho owner and propuetur } of the Archilgiid Hardware Co.? otu of Itellafre's most progressive retail estah- 1 llshmcnts. His stoc'.t comprises not 1 only regular liardwaro but house fur- j nlshing goods, tools, sporting goo.Is, I contractors' supples, dynamite, powder. [ etc. Archibald is a man among men. He i takes a most active interest Tn fraternal ' and musical circles, and. although a I mi"h*y busy ciiap. he still has time for i diversion and finds it in a way that j helps other people enjoy living. Tho West Virginia nssoci.ition is I counting on some of Pan's enthusiasm to help make this next gatiieung a com- I plete success and we have his assurance that lie will be with us. FOUGHT IN HOTEL; 1 PAY FINES OF $5 George Thompson cr.d George Krasrh staged a fight in the lobhy of the Kog<.rc hotel Monday night. Both landed bo fore Judge John S. R:tz In police court yesterday morning. According to the story told the polke. Brasch accosted Thompson and demand ed payment of JD.10. the amount of a fine that Brasch had paid for h!m. Thompson said he would pay him again. Thompson wont to his room and later returned and Brasch renewed the argu ment. Mat T.aGata, taken from the Man hattan hotel hy Policeman Gehring was fined $3 and costs on a disorderly charge. COUNTY COURT Tlduclary A. C. Schiffier appointed administra tor for the estate of Mary Puffin. Bond M.000. Appraisers tire Fred Brinkman, Frank l'elbrugge and O. 11. Garvin. Seeds chas. IT. Ituehle and wife to Harry S. I.'avls, let In Kim Grove. I.iwrenco G'.atz and wifo to Jacob Clays. lots SS and ST in Henderson's addition. l>av!d M. Alexander to Kdmnnd V. Swan, parcel of land In Greggsville. A fine way to spend six seeonds?dig up 13c and say. "Blue Devil, please" to your grocer. Adv. I WHERE IS O I 910 * j ________ N0TI0E To Fanners and Stock Raisers? We have on hands a few tons of A1 Hog Feed that will be disced of at a very low price. If sold be ore the first of the year. I'houe Warwood 45. ? - : 1 " J PRINTCRAFTERS I '/ / / ' X>rry, Taylor / tl> ee Of CtTl ami DaU?y. 10O9 Chaplin* Str*?t WHIIUHO, W. VA. m YOU CAN GET I w?t?r a-plenty by having' tin clean the water lines. Results Guaranteed. THE REDEKER SYSTEM CO. I (Patented Water Pipe Cleaning) 2231 Market St. j Good Coal! I Nut?a special size for the B furnace. Also Run-of-Mine and Clean. 9 Reasonable Prices. GLEE-NOVA COAL CO. | Warwood Phone 26-J | TYLER COUNTY BOY WINNER OF PRIZE IN LEAGUE COMPETITION The I nit^il States h..> tt"t only led in tli?> nil for dlsat niauo tit. ? i; it :?!>?? leads In tho training i>f the ;.omit; ] !>ir. of the world appreciate the aims, anil the spirit of the U ishingti-n 11 ferenoe. .Mr-:. l-'.-tilllic Fern Andrews, organizer of the American School ?.'i:l zciiship league, announced yesterday the names of tie* sucoeHsfitl e.itito'ants ;:i the world essay contest who h e'.i>se<i <>n/ June l, 1321. ami wai "? ? jn?111?"t?,? utjder the auspices of the American .school t?ii/otishi|> league. Mrs. Andrews also announces the contest for the year oloMint June 1. 1322. Toe contest Is open to all stu dents in normal schools and teachers' collects and to settlors in secondary seltools throughout tho world. The subjects of the essays are: For the normals schools and teachers' colleges, "The Function of 1'dttention In th? Fro niotlm of International Fnderstand-! lttR": for the secondary schools. "The | Ms-ential Fonndatlt ns of a c'o-iiperatine World." Mrs. Andrews is in eorrespond enee with about tlfty eountries regard ir?ir this contest, and many have already expressed their Intention of partici pating. All the prizes for list year's contest were awarded to students of this country, althnuith l.'neland Is rep resented anions those receiving honor able mention. The amount-' of the prizes ure seventy-five, tlfty. and twenty- 1 live dollars in each set. The list of successful contestants '.s as follows: Normal School Set First Frlze- Miss I.tn-ile Heath. St'lto Normal school. Totvson. Md. Second Prize- .Miss Hri.e M. Tall. | State Normal school. To\\ on. Md. First llonoralde Mention Mis* Hes ter A. N'oild. State Normal school, Tow son. Mil. Second Honor, hie .Monti- n Miss Nita DuFree. Htate Normal school. West I Chester. Fa. Third Honorable Mention Miss (Vivln J. Kerhy, Stale Normal school, Tow son. Md. Secondary School Sot First Frlze?Miss Mar*: iret It. Martin. Hollywood Hiirh school. Hollywo.-il. Cil. | Second Frlze?M.ss Amy l,. Spencer. Cranston High school. Auburn, it. I. Third Frize?Willis Keys. Tyler ?v>un ty Hich school, MtddlCuiurne. W. Va. i First Honorable Mention IV:i:ik | Swain Marsten. Cambridge, Hnrlm.l Second Honorable Mention--hV.nncls Sink. High S.-hool. Ada. Ohio. Third Honorable Mention -Mis? Mnr Joric Johnson. Oxf >rd. England. I RAD KIDNEY TBOTJBT.E TEN YEARS Don't iclve up Pope it' vim are suffer- ) 1 npr from htickaeho. rheumatic pains. ! stiff, swollen Joints, always t'rcd feel tnsr. pains in proln and muscles or otiier symptoms of kidney trouble. J. T. Os- j horn. H. K. D No 1. Lue.isvllle. < >. writes: , "I had kidney trouble for 10 years 1 I fried all kinds of kidney remedies hot I the did me no frond. I took one bottle of Foley Kidney Dills and they heloed i me so much I am well now." Sold everywhere. STREET CAR MEN Will Vote To-cLa.y end Wednesday oa Officers of TTnlon for the Coming Year. The annual election of offirers of' Local T'nlon No. 103 of Street Railway 1 workers, will be held to-day and Thurs day. Members of tbe union who belong; to the Wheeling section of the local will i vote to-day and those at Steuhenvllle to-morrow. The vote will bo counted ; after ttie Steubcnville ballots are in to morrow niKht. f > COAL For Sale?Clean anc. ftin-of-mlne, delivered at the lowest price. AUTO COAL CO. Woodsdale 138-J no.fc t V J| CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS]: f BUY NOW ! | Nut Subject? Quality Nuts?ur first and la?t I consideration when purchasing NI "i\S I ?properly pried. Candy? An assortment of i>t:ro Candles | ? that fits tlie jio'kctbook. ^ Christmas Orders? I A special Christfnas order that can be given as a present and will be honored at our Store any time. Candied Fruit of All Kinds? Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel. Nut Meats. Flavoring K\tracts ami Candy Colors. Paper Shell Pecans? A\'e have the JFMP.O paper shell Peoana from Georgia, por 10.... DOc H. F. Behrens Co. 2217 Market St. Branch?Woodsdale L_ t ?? f Reichblum's If \ Christmas | ! 1 SPECIALS | Wednesday and Thursday y New Jle Solid Cold V Waldemar Watoh chains; y* latest .style, laiu'v Units ?* ??Y2A's... $10.00 } A pretty S7.&0 ClLUd'e Cuy heavy Merlin t sli ver. A ft'lt little btster will "WO ^ ftft DAYS ONLY ??vJ.UV A HC-p f.-o s. t Roger's Silverware ? latest 1 patterns. Hit attractive. tic ? slraMc gift: giiaraiuee.i: Reg. SCO?TWO C 1 /l 7 C DAYS ONLY <? ^4.1 J Hcautiful ?25 Pearl Neck-* lace of well mail lied In dia: rue table cultured pearls. Artistic H-K white p..cl clasp.. TWO C1? en DAYS ONLY siciMSfttfi JEWELOIS OPTICIANS 506 MARKET ST. WHEELING V > \ LESLIE M. SHAW WILL TALK TO CREDIT MEN lion. I.esllc ,\|. s'.i.'i v.. ..r I><>s j la., former sectvt.uy of t I" 11' t ???!1 Slates Treasury under tJi?? late ? lluosevtli in lt>u2 to 11<"T who Is in tin.' i'ity. and addressed a meeting at \Vest I.iherty last evening. will ho "lie o: Uio; principal Hpeak.'r.s at today's semi monthly tiioi tllig of tmembers of, tin* Wheeling Assi'datl *n of - Credit -Mo il. , .Mr. Shaw's address will be brief but int.-re-ting. Mo m an abb- s ???altT. ami is \vi.;i \orsoil !n i ho Una in hi 1 affairs of tiio cm eriimcti l, ami im dull tit ho will si-ah of several tilings of \am Interest. In jiiblition 1? the talk by Mr. Shaw,, the regular program will bo carrle.1 out The tirst insurant o committee of the association wi'.l l>" m charge, with Joseph llemlrix. \\ . S. Koo.se and T. II. I'nlloek as speakers. The other eleven' til"' insurance members of the jissoel-. ittion will take activo parts In the tli.j-, vusston. FARM MEETINGS AT ! VALLEY GROVE-DALLAS: On Piirtay evefting at 7.70 o'clock, at tiic Prosbytcrlnn church In T>n!las will j bo bold tb? monthly incline of the J I>al!as Farmers' Club, There will be a j special program, with motion picturc.1. for farm boys ami girls, an 1 of In- ] torcst Us w.hl to the older lo'.k... . Robert I*. V. b'.te in president of this J club anil I'T'cilorick 17. Williams Is sec- | rotary. | on c'ato.ril.'iy night at Valley drov". j the regular meeting of !'..?? cuirmuniiy . will he under the auspices .-f the "Wo- i man's flub, of v.htcii .Mr . de.rga St rati b ;? president. The special i program announced for the 1'alias moot ing w ill !??? carrie \ i.ut at Yfill*-y i!r?v\ : Those mect.l'gs r.re giow.ng in attend ance ami ih" meeting place is now tilled cadi time ot.e of the community gather-, lugs is held. 17. M. Hunter, agricultural .agent for' Ohio county, will attend both tin Pallas and Valley drove meet: tigs and talk on timely topics of InU-rcsf to agricultural folks. PX AIT STATE OATHXAIIfCf A meeting of the executive beard of thy Retail Clothiers' as.-.oi .of West Virginia was held at tie Kluks' ?'lub Monday evening un.l plan, f ?r the coining convention to be held on Jatr.p ?Iiv 10th at the Mc.I.uro hotel were dtscuss-cd. ?_? i ? i?i HON. LESLIE M, SHAW ! WHEELING'S GUEST Kooserclt'a Sacret'ry of Treasury Speaks nt West Liberty?Talk? to Credit Men Today H<-n. Leslie M S-.nw, o* Washington. I?. is ,i distinguished Wheeling vis- J .tor. ami ;i guest ,i; tho McLure hotel. | Mr. Sl ow <*.i!n<* t.> ddlter :i lecture last night nt West Liberty. After th<- West; Liberty ??-.??? 11:n Inst Ti.itlit. lie returned t<> Wheeling Dial i ? remaining to address 'lie Wheeling A.mmk latIon of Credit Men J at their I-..!)' heo.i meeting this noon' day. j Mr. Shaw I" ;i former secretary of tho treasury of tiie I'mld States, having I served in ib.it capst. lty under the late j i "resident llooscvelt from 19^2 to 1907. ; lie Is a close observe.- of happenings nt the national capital, nnd speaks in-j terostingly of current events nt Wash- J iitgton. N'otwith.-tending his years. Mr. Shaw rnaint.litis till of his energy and I spirit and steaks without hesitation his thought* upon topics that concern the country's wo!.'*..re. ?'The feeling at Wnshington." lie said to an Intelligencer reporter yesterday: afternoon. "Is that the peak of the financial and Industrial crisis in this country has lieen reached. The return to normalcy In our industry, I believ?. will he >!ow. hut when if does come it . will havo the permanency resulting! from building anew upon a secure foun- | dation. 'The enactment by congress of the, tax h'gl -'lnliott. 1 believe, while It Is' still far from being all that big business hoped for, at least gives busino-s ussur- I an?'e of a great measure of tho relief it j hoped for. and tax-weary business men I 'will otit'-p a new tear Inspired hv a de gree of c< hlldence that I'resident llar*l? j lag's admlnlst-ation has 'lone the best I '.i i an In a short time to lift their load. I "I ilnd that our ex-servlco men are1 | Inspire dt" b"k for b'tter things by I the announcement that President Hard- , ling favors enactment o' u compensation ' j law for iiie.it when war debts are paid ; from Huron* With this hope In sight. I am ]e,| to believe that there is a new ' in vntive for ; peeling up collection of i war debts as rapidly as the finances of j the F/tiropean countries will stand. "Washington just now," Mr. Shaw J said, "Is centering lis attention upon; I tin conference for the limitation of I armamente. .lust what the ultimate outcome of this conference will be, no! man i-nri ?;iy n >vv. tint the general Men- I tlinent there is that much of the kuc- ' -eg.) which the I'r.itcd Stales hopes for. ' [ It can't help hut accomplish ? closer j j '.inde-stnhditig between the rations of the w <r!d. r.nd il certainly will have a ; j far eegi-bing effect in holding future i . onfli. t in check." ?1 ;? ? IGift ^ Hosiery ' ASK any woman how much the tfift of Rood hosiery is appreciat ed. ^ selection made at this store will carry with it the .itamp of quality and (food taste. We will be irlnd to help men in making suitable so leetions. f p Special Value in Silk Hosiery If for Gifts Sh $2.00 to $5.00 S? | SPECIAL?20 Per Cent Off English Wool Hoso H A JayShoe Company P 1311 Market Street N \ THE LOGIC 0~ OUR HANDY SALESMAN Mr. 4-1. Telephone We have TRUCKS FOR HIRE, just the kind for you, ENORMOUS FLAT BEDS?MON STER DUMP TRUCKS, TOO, Manned with drivers who under stand their work, Who'll give you best of service, without a shirk. When it come? to tonnage capacity, We claim that no fleet here could, possibly, Nearly equal the FOUR ONE BIG 1RUCK FLEET, While for high class machines, wo claim none can compete. One can, almost, think, 'twrould pos sible be, To move a town, clear across the country, With those FOUR ONE flat beds? so huge?so strong? As like a gTeat freight train, they speed along. Common sense suggests, 'tis economy To hire good trucks, of large ca pacity, And FOUR ONE suggests, that our BIG TRUCK FLEET, Will ycur most exacting require ments meet. WITH THE P[UHG BUMMAipifll CQ THE HOME OF BUILDING MATERIAL Kojjers Free Silverware Tickets lii\cn with Cn.>h Sales. * - '-I Wheeling's Best Store for Xmas Gifts . jig i ? A Xmas Sater SUGGESTING TO WOMEN WIIAT THEY SliOULD^UY FOR MEN Men's Smart Neckties I 1.65 These new pat 1 ems are dandies! Plain colors with all-over brocaded effects?good-looking striped and tigured designs. Long, flowing, open-end four-in . hand neckties of splendid grade silk. ? > The mail who gets three or six of these will surely appreciate your thoughtfulness. Tb? lboj>? Tot K?a Twtim BtftMt XltniM '% ? ? ?J V'J ?4 \rra~ HORSE SHOE GAMES Pitch-'Em Horse Shoe Game is just what Boys like to play with in the house, as the Horse Shoes are made of rubber. Set com plete 1.50 BING BANG BIRD GAME For the Boy who wants to be a "good marksman." A Popgun with three celluloid bird tar gets. Set complete 1.25 What ? j Boys Like 4 '?V TO BE ENGINEERS ?and manipulate their own Railroads. Lionel Electric Trains with Freight and Pas senger Cars, Track, Switches and Semaphores. They range In price from 5.48 to 37.50 DRUMS ?arc just the thing for Boy*. No matter if he is two year* old or ten, his Christmas is riot com plete without a Drum. Toyland has them at prices from to 2.88 * THE CIRCUS! ? "Hey Skinney! Come over to MY Circus!'' says the Boy who owns a Humpty Durapty Cir cus! Toyland has them in all size sets. One set with Clown and Dog, priced at 2.48 ; TOYLAND?FIFTH FLOOR?SANTA CLAUS 1 ? 'ill * ;I ?????j . A Warm Blanket or Cozy Comfo? vf i That's a Gilt! -;3| | BLAMvETS of finest all wool or part wool in fiir.es 72x84 ? colored plaids or plain colors with borders. $10 to 27.50 pr.' BLAMvETS in three-quarter fize of wool and part wool, size G0z84, boxed for giving:. 7.98 to 16.98 pr. COMFORTERS' covered with silk and filled with wooL 7 inch plain bonier to match centers. Size 72x84. $20 to $35 each DOWN COMFORTERS cor erod with plain or bordered sateen, 72x84, nicely boxed. 10.50 to f30 INDIAN BLANKETS and Bath Robe Blankets of tho tine Beacon make. A splen did gift. 95 to each I AUTO ROBES in the hand somest Scotch ptaids you'vo ever laid eyes onl Fringed or without. Very nice to gire. 91? 925. v _ _L ' J All Bundled Up to Look : Like a Snow Man ! That's just what these adorable white sweater sets for kiddies do. They are of four pieces?jacket, legging, cap and mit? i ? : friiS. Mar also be had in brown, peacock and beaver. , _ Special 6.05 ^ I " CHILDREN'S SWEATERS, coat style, knitted of soft wool, with belt, collar and poekets. Colors, red, brown, ^open, beaver, brown and white. Special 2.05 SWEATER SETS for Infants. Everything about them is temptingly persuasive; the link I J and link stitch from which they are fashioned, ? the angora trimmings, the demure littl* caps and dainty mittens. All colors. Sizeg to 4 yrs. ? 4.95 to 10.95 I VEILS are absurdly Togish for Baby. Knit of rilk and wool and priced at 39* to 50* MITTENS for little Baby fingers, made of silk, ^ wool and mercerized yarns. Pair 29* to 1.50 TtrmSU nay AT- e ; .