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TUiniSDAYTIIE KQCit ISLAND ARGUS NOVEMBER 16, 1922.
, i - . J . , . :u::(iflS!:o ISLACD OUTL'fiU Of- In the Lc&? 4 fh I ui three Women, Col " ered, Arrested la Bald en Hense . t 105 Twelfth Street I ' i (Special MolUw Brrria 1 , . With the arrest of eight negroes It SOS Twelfth street, Moline, last light, the police of the Plow City 'ire wqpdering it the disorderly ' aMncn and their male consoets who have recently found things un comfortable in Rock. Island expect i is find Moline a haven of retoge.. - Chief of Police Ben DeJaeger tsys that the police department i will make every effort possible to discourage that class of people from locating in Moline. ; . Two of the women arrested ad Bitted that they were from' Rock Island. Several of the others 'de dared they were from Chicago, tat they were rather hazy regard ing conditions in the Windy City, Three of the inmates were women and five were men. They gave the ' following names and addresses: M. C. Boggs, aged 38, 305 Twelfth itreet. i - Mrs. Mattie Boggs, 47, 305 Twelfth street ' Eliiabeth Wire, 22, Chicago. Bessie Smith, 23, Chicago, Tom Williams, 34 wnmber of Bock island 2nd degree lUsoss are attest tag the annual reanion of Zarepath consist ory. Aaciaat aad Accented Banttish ; Ri, now being held ia Ivenport vim a ccapier- or u organ isation jeonferred the Rose Croix decree npon aj clasn f 61 candi dates, t ' . i , ' " Past Masters; Night" will be ob served y Trio . lodge. NO. 57. Ma sons, tola evening, plaster Mason's degree will be conferred at 7 o'clock. ; Dinner will be served ia the Masonic tempi at S o'clock. samuei p. Burgess, master of ttf lodge, la in charge and will as conr J rise t:oT SPECULAM, WJASSEflTS money for the ase of the attorney vO, 0 general " the statement sets forth, i Y. M- C.: A. Notes 1 la anrjOttnctngtaat H,M has been L " . 1-1UICT i . V I Rr " Wittim .. ' x,1aP Af f. Expert Says 17-Ceat Advance ia M fT Ja Beaalt af growing Aa. predaiJea la Market. ui ia memoers 01 ue junior m-x ; club at the "meeting last -night In the X. M. C A. . Rev. Mr. Essex ) gave an account of a trip which he took through the Canadian Rockies and showed pictures of scenes which would be of particu- Chicago. Nov. iSV-Corn market ing conditions 'unprecedented at any time in the last six years, are 7 ' -..., , The feature attracting attention Is that within about 60 days, the value btrtfrm "It was thonghtThat the Illinois Chamber : of Commerce'' was the logical organization to handle this matter s no honest -man could charge the Illinois Chamber of I Commerce with partisanship or en- j friendliness toward employers as a. class or workmen as a ciass. The Illinois Chamber of Commerce through its entire history has never participated, directly or indirectly, in ay controversy in which labor organized or unorganized was in- lar interest to the boys. A number of vocal' solos were given by Wil liam Pender and Clayton Frye. A publicity committee, consisting of Harry Hettler and George Duvon, DAIRY TRUCK IS BADLY DAMAGED IN AUTO CRASH Boy Scout News Machine Tana Comoietriy Over la - CoIUaien With Car Driven t by Mrs. Charles Bench. was appointea. Announcement was i IhetoSo u . l. w..h, girls Hi-Y clubs tt tht I the evening of Nor. 24. FINAL CHECKING ; UP ON PETITIONS JiEXT SATURDAY Advocates of ; Government -Form Change Are. to Sect Again at . the Cout House. nue. Howard Brown, itreet. Thomas Owers, leenth street, The' final meeting of those who have been circulating petitions fav oring an election to. determine whether the city wants to change 915 Third ave-jtrom the commission to the alder- i uiuum lurm 01 inrermneni is cuiiea 384 Eleventh to be held in the sheriff's office at . the court house next Saturday eve 42, 402 Four- j ning at 8 o'clock. - ' ' "We are anxious that all of the bushel at a time when the bulk of the crop is .still in the producers' hands. . i What this situation means to the farming community and to the bus iness relations of -the country at large was authoritatively discussed in a statement issued today by B. W. Snow of Bartlett, B'razier com pany, former assistant secretary of agriculture at Washington. Mr. Snow said: Crop Is Short. "The advance in corn is not spec ulative in nature, but is the result of growing appreciation .in mar ket centers of the country situa tion. . The crop is some 300,000,000 bushels short of last year, and the stocks of old corn carried over are about lpO.OOO.OOO busbe'.s smaller than a year ago, so that the avail able Bupply for the coming year is fully 400,000,000 bushels smaller than was the case the past year. The surplus of corn accumulated as a result of war urging an enor mous war price has been used up, and we are once again on a basis of current supply and demand. "The present, price movement has had its origin in the country, with the farmers ashe price mak ing factor. The country set the pace by paying more for corn for feeding purposes, in transactions John Browu, 20, 305 Twelfth petitions be reported at that time. jtreet. '' Chairman W. F. Bradley stated to- The Wire and Smith women told day. ' "W desire that vpry name (he police that they had recestly I signing in favor of the election be come to Moline ' from Rock Island. ' recorded In order to make the A white man, said to have been ; movement as impressive as possi in the house when the raid was ( ble There are - still outstanding made, escaped. Four other whites petitions bearing several hundred are said to have entered the house signatures. Many of. these names earlier in the evening. are on unfilled petitions, but it is , wwcon V,i- n,n i nnnnd. Owens and John Brown pleaded; desired that they be iricludel withle(1 ln terminal markets. Ordinarily guilty when arraigned before Mag- the list to be filed with the city ( iowa corn l3 tributary to the Chi istrate Gustafson this morning, j clerk. Therefore aJl those having i market .but this year western. and their cases were continuea un- iieuuous, eiuiluku umy a ic ; southwestern and local feeder de til late this afternoon. ) ! names are on tnem, turn tnein in at Hoggs was charged, with being the meeting we have called at the keeper of a house of ill fame. The .court house next Saturday even- women are charged with being in- ing. mates and the other men with be- j ing disorderly. tion could not be honestly, ques tioned. The organization 4s in no way 1 opposed- to employers . as a class, nor ia It in any way opposed to workmen as a class, whether they be organized or unorganized. but it is very strongly and emphate ically opposed to murderers., - BUREAU BUDGET Finance Committee of Organization Make Estimate for 12S Hew . TJnita Forming. Under direction of the finance committee of the home bureau, a budge for 1923 was made out this morning at the headquarters oJLthe organization in the State Bank building. Miss Mollie McEniry, Moline, chairman . of the commit tee, was in charge. The bureau expects to end the year 1922 with 16 1 units in, the county. A unit .is to be organized in Canoe Creek next Tuesday aft- Open house wtli be held, in the Y tonight. There will be a tworeel comedy and a speaker. Willis Wood, adviser for the American Eagles, formerly the Ju nior A gym class, announced that a business meeting of the club would be held at 9:30 o'clock Sat urday morning in the Y. After the meeting the gym class will convene and then a hike to Rock river frill be taken. The boys will return in the afternoon for a swim in the pool. , MISSISSIPPI FAIR BOARD REELECTS SECRETARY BACON Directors of the Mississippi Fair Valley Fair and Exposition com pany have secured M. E. Bacon as secretary of the organization . for another year. It will be his fourth term. The first year's fair under his direction showed a profit of $22,000. During the winter season 'with no fair business to take up his i time Troop No. J. Oak- Grove chapel. Is sponsoring a roast beef dinner this evening in the chapel from 5:30 to 7:10. The troop is expect ing a Urge turnout of parents and friends. - Troon 'No. 27, Evangelical Church of Peace, met last evening with Henry C. Ehmke. Jr... These scoots are making individual radio ae.s under the direction of ' the scout master. Troop No. 12. composed of Jew ish boys, has changed the meeting night from Monday to Thursday, and will meet tonight in scout headquarters at 7 o'clock. ' :!SAYsousi::issi iiAsraovED SIKCECLEAC?! A Mississippi Valley Dairy truck was nearly demolished this morn ing when it collided With' an auto mobile driven by Mrs - Charles Dot sen, 126 Ninth -and-a-haif street, and turned completely over at the intersection of Thirteenth street and Third avenue. The dairy company's track, was driven by Al bert Perkins. None of the occu pants of the cars was injured. The accident occurred at 10:30 o'clock this morning - when the dairy truck was southbound on Thirteenth street and collided with the touring car - driven by Mrs. Dorscti slightly past the intersec tion of the street; AH parts of the dairy track were badly smashed when the machine overturned. . The Dorsch car was not seriously damaged. - , Much Milk gpIUei. In the collision numerous milk bottles whirh were being delivered n the truck were smashed and milk was spilled all over the street. Both drivers, it Is said by witnesses of the accident, narrowly escaped serious injuries. Real Estate Dealer Comments tee Ceo Kesnlts of Campaign - Against Law lessee, ; Mr. Bacon has been on the ernoon at the home of Mrs. Wil-I e4J M. Barnes company, liam Epper, making the 15th unit, MA CRN PMADTEP By d ii uni nQ lmuu" Ulini IUI , i.r.u.nui-Ud io MOTiTiiTcn TWO-DAY RALLY 10 ,UILU mand has created a price that con tinues above a Chicago parity. Cali forn'a yesterday paid 06 cents a and the 16th unit Is to be organized in Rural township before the pres ent year ends. Miss Lucile Allen, home advisor, will attend the winter convention of the American Home Economics: page 4. association in uetroit, .ov. ;iu to Dec. 2, a gathering which will at tract many delegate from various sections of the country. -The advisor was in East Moline yesterday morning making dress Inc., promoters of amusement en terprises. " Cox's Private Sale to be held in his private place of business. See .announcement on bushel for corn in Omaha, a price; forms at the home of Mrs. Fred fully 7 to 8 cents a bushel above Foster, and attending a meeting of Chicago's relative quotations. Un-jthe Cordova unit at the community Rock Island ' Association MemheTs Guests at First Church In Hock Island This Year. r i East Moline Organization Ceremoa !' lea Conducted by State Royal Arch Official. aer these conditions, there is no material accumulation Of corn storks at terminal markets, and the ordinary commercial demand has j to be satisfied with current re 'ceipts. j : Fanners Benefited. ! The spread between prices of .' thin cattle and fatted stock in the t stock yards shows an unusual profit to farmers from feeding op orations, while hog prices are j snch as to net probably a dollar a bushel for corn marketed in that Corn high school in the afternoon. She will address a meeting of! the Illinois City unit tomorrow aft-' ernoon. j EPSOM SALTS LIKE LEMONADE READ the announcement of Cox's big sale on page 4. The regular meeting of the court of honor will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at scout henrtmilirtaril All Krotit trocos ln the citv are expected to be repre-' Hance sented for points in the inter-troop j vesting cmMnrv pnntt rn twins riven ! estate. i . . i . . to successful candidates. nere nas Deen bo iwpruTw. isonally I am grateful to the ioflu- Troon No. 1 meets this evening ences which brought this about. in the Central Presbyterian church and 1 am sure my sentiments are with -the scoutmaster. William M. tuliy concurred In by other busi- Rlnck. Scouts are asked to be mess men. The Improvement Is so U U Hance, Rock Island, real state dealer, notices a pronounced improvement in business condition generally and particularly is his own field of endeavor sine the campaign against lawless confii Mons in the city. "People no longer snow the earn degree of hesitation," ' Mr. said today, "about . la in ' Rock Island real since the sitnatxia present at 7: SO o'clock that work on tests may be completed. Troop No. 15 will hold its regu lar meeting this evening in the Cleland Presbyterian church at 7:15 o'clock with the scoutmaster. Warren S. Fuller. Troop No. 8 will meet this eve ning in the Trinity Episcopal ehurch at 7:15 with the scoutmas ter, A. F. Eichelsdorfer. The scout master and the troop committee are working hard to build this troop up to Its former member ship. ' pronounced that it is becoming more noticeable every day. With the menace of the underworld re duced to a minimum. I expect to see Rock Island enter npon an era of the greatest prosperity from a business point of view." Mr. Hauce was particular to state that his comment is not prompted solely by his own experience and observation, affirming that many others in different business lines have informed him that they have also felt the benefits which have flowed from the campaign for law enforcement. nWWWWMWWWnWVWvWIv C Friday and Saturday Specials at $1.95 Particularly tempting special values in many departments again offer ed for Friday and Satur day. Every item repre sents a very substantial saving on new, desirable garments. MCUNERS REJOICE; HAVE GOOD REASON Has All the Splendid Bowel Action without the Awful Taste Special Moline Service.! . i Residents on Fifteenth street, i Moline, are going to celebrate thot opening of the newly surfaced thor-. Two hundred Rock Island Mas-, bushel for corn marketed in that , oughfare. And tbev - have eooil ' .' .Ions and Knights Tenplar attended form. Corn has already advanced ! reason for rejoicing. For vears I Annual rally of the Rock Island ithe institution of East Moline-17. cents a bushel or more, and at! Fifteenth street,- the main thor-1 association of the Bap.ist un8 'chanter. No. 216.' Roval Arch Mas- a time when the crop is still in pro-! oughfare Of the - city- from the: Peoples union win, ue neiu i m ong la8t eTenlng. 100 members of ducers' hands, so that, the farmer first Baptist church, Rock Island, jRock j8ian(f conimandery. No. island country business generally are wnuitlves of the young peoples' so cieties from a score of churches in this (district will attend and prep arations are being made for their reception and entertainment. Miss Grace Sheets, Rock Island, Is president of the association; Allen Early, Moline, vice president; Mrs. Minola Reaber, Antloch, sec retary; Miss Mildred, Peterson, Sil via, treasurer. "Stewardship" will be the theme of i the ' programs, which open with a banquet tomor row evening in the church dining room. The program is as follows: - ,; r FRIDAY EVENING. :30 o'clock Banquet. 8:15 o'clock Devotional service, Mrs. Harold DuBois, leaders ' Roll call. V- -, Address Rev. Carles Durden, Galesburg. '. - , Award of banner. . Benediction. . SATURDAY . MORNING. ' 9:30 o'clock Group singing. Rev. Howard A. Keithley, Silvis. "Young People and Their Use' of Books" Rev. G. A. Sheets, Rock Island. - "Stewardship of - Life" Allen Early, Moline. " , Stewardship of Time" Mabel Garrett. East Moline. 11 o'clock Business session. " Quiet half hour Rev. W. H. Par ker, Alpha. ' SATURDAY AFTERNOON. "1:45 o"clock Group singing Rev. Howard A. Keithley. "Stewardship of Money (Tith ing" Rev. J. M. Jones. ' t "Thaiiksgiving Ann" (Play) .Rock Island First church. J 3 o'clock Game conference. headed by Amoo grotto band serv-, getting the full benefit of the im- JONES STORE IS . ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN TRI CITIES Csnplcte Stocks In Fear Different Line ;ive Patrons Wide Range to Select From. ' The B. M. Jones store at 1609 Second avenue holds a distinctive Place in the tri-cltv business field In that its entire stock consists of tour complete lines. Established more than 30 years ago as a sec ond hand store. B. M. Jones, the present proprietor, gradually elim taated this feature of the business until today only new merchandise 'f ing" as an' escort to William A. E'.chler, Chicago, high pftest of the grand chapter of Illinois, . who of ficiated at the ceremonies of insti tution. A dinner was served in Knights of : Pythias hall, East Moline at 6:30o clock. The grand hign priest was as sisted by his deputy, John C. Fer rln, Chicago, and by H. A. Cleven- stine, Rock Island, grand king. John Olson, Galesburg. for t,he eleventh district, was also in attendance. ' s The new" chapter has a charter list of 100 members with a class of 20 candidates awaiting initiation. .Officers of the new chapter are; High, Priest Simeon E. Long. u King Thomas E. Adleman. Scribe-A. D. Cox. - Treasurer Frank T. Shearman. Secretary F. J. Clendenin. Chaplain P.' A.' Hall. Captain of , the y Host William M. Boas.' ...Principal, sojourner A. L. ,AU mendinger. n '' Royal Arch Captain D. Y. Alls brow. Master of First Veil S. L. Black. Master of Second Veil George B. Naill.. t . Master of Third Veil E. C. Shaf fer. - :v Steward C. E. Long. , , ' Organist A. C. Howard. Sentinel H.. D. Andrews. ... At. the conclusion of the cere monies, addresses of 'congratula tion were made by Grand High Moat Kichler. and by E. C. Fish er, commander of Rock Island, commandery. - ---' , v -" ! Charles C. Flint, high priest of Rock Island chapter, No. 18. head- j ed a delegation of 100 Royal Arch Masons from this city. ' I Chapters at Geneseo and Aledo were represented by good-sised delegations. ITS .HERE. . Cox's sale opens Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Store closed all day Friday to arrange fixtures. , - proved corn situation.' STATE ORGANIZATION EXPLAINS PURPOSES OF ITS HEREIN FUND Committee of the Illinois Cham ber of Commerce handling fund be ing subscribed throughout the Tit ! UK - : j VPil? Steiess j EpsoinSalts : j 1 j 5 south, was in ' almost impassable' condition. The street was surfaced ' with asphalt in 1902. .-Travel was! decent for several years after that, j But the asphalt began tp disinte-l grate long before its allotted time. The result was long drawn-out liti-j gation between the city and the j Barbour Asphalt company, involv-i ing the question of maintainance i of the street by the - contractors, j Chuck holes were opened with ev-1 ery rain, and as fast as one stretch was repaired, other depressions ap- eniov all the splendid phvsis-action state to investigate and prosecute j peared. . on the bowels of a dose of epscm ' inspectori the Herrin cases has issued state-j Now, after ten years of agitation salts without the awful taste and; mem ceiamng its activities ana ior a new roaa. tne aream ot tne nausea. A few cents Duys a pacK-i purposes. "5 I agitators has been realized. Eli age of "Epsonade Salts." the won-1 . "The Illinois ' Chamber of Com- DeRue and - W. H. Christianson. i derful discovery of the American merce has not 'contributed . any j bluff merchants, are the prime Epsom Association. Even children money to this fund, but has merely movers in. the plans for the pro-', gladly take it. Drug stores. (Ad- acted as the agency through which posed celebration. j I vertisement.) Wlien constipated, bilious or sick, i citizens of Illinois could turn Over Ford Runs 57 Xiiies on Gallon of Gasoline A "new antomatic Vaporiser and rwarhnnizer. which in actual test has Increased the power and mile- 1? handled' nd entire itor. tf2&JZ2 evoted to four lines. Luggage, mo ' VLTXw itn Musical Instruments. Sporting . particle of carbon fronl the cylin- Put Raisins in Oatmeal , Add the. lure of tweet to cerr eala that your children should eat and you'll no longer have to force those healthful foods. Try riisins in the oataiekl they make, a "new diih" of it. Raisin also increase the en ergy and iron in. this famou food. - - Sun-Maid Raisin ihould cost you no more than the following prices : SmM ( M. tlw t-ne , '' Tiiilm Cm fs fx rmd nkom. 1S i til 'Alwsy ak for ' Sun-Maid Raisins Schleffel's Famous staJll t c Sale Continues Through FRIDAY AND SATURDAY i PS Cured Her Rheumatism Knowiss from terrible experience the: eufierier eufled rr rheumstion. Mrs. J. i E. Hunt, who in ml 80s K. Densiaa ; treet. C134. B:oiniD(toB. 111., i ao' thankful at haTinr cured herself that oat of pure gratitude ahe is aaxious to tell all other auOeicra Just how to set rid of their torture by a eunpie way at bome. Mr. Bnrat ha oothinr to eU. Merely mail yoor awn name and addreas. and an Write her at before roa lorfet. -tAdrertuement). . . .-. . . , ia thj, nrana iaueraiinu ui tw uu- woos and Jewelry, tacn siocs " " -, e ,k ,,, , matioo entirely free complete in itself and many nation- Jonu ,rL 7 Hy known brands are off ered. some "''i1 m-ie of them exclusive. No matteV whtLb,e.i'??,SlJl .Jlfw Priced article patrons may have inwl IneapeBalve device 1 U that Its Bind they have the assurance oecMon K".,"? "i obtaining h kaa, M.ihie alne motor. It Is elipped between the , a r . .. . v. mi taat price range. The follow "S well known, guaranteed llnea 111 be found In this stock: lnde tnicto and Belber trunks and bags, ' aeedcraft leather goods. Shake Peare and South . Bend fishing )ckle. Goldsmith's athletic goods. Including baseball, football, basket- tennis, golf, boxing parapher "a, etc Mrhnitor and Intake manifold and can be installed by anyone in fire, minutes - without drtljing Up ping. : With it attached. Ford caw Jwve made from 40 to 57 miles c one gallon of gasoline. Mr. Stran-l sky wants to place a few of these devices on can' In this territory mnA ha. a- varr liberal offer to Mhi to anvone who is 'able to s.i,.rJr; "Tl"rit.i77ito be created wnarever iai mar- Minna nttle deviee ia demonstrated. Down With the High Cost of Living Extra quality Red Riv er Early Ohio Potatoes; in two bushel sacks, $1.45 per sack. Satis faction guaranteed. 620 Ninth St, . ' " TeL R. 1.4286. 52HWeFaceRECORDS Em NEWEST BROADWAY HITS Tiny on any pbonograph. Guaranteed to wear as leag as any record made. Bring this list with you Woe j w ' . .. Yankee Doodle Bines -Slater Kate Stmttin' at the StrnttetV Ball BTary Sear .'.' Per the Sake of laid Lang; - Syne -Hny Khenld I Cry Over Ton I Wish I Knew Call Xe Bank Pal of Vine Love Sendt a Gift of Bases Old Kentacky Moonlight Three O'CIoek in the Kerning Swauee Blver Moon The Sneak Dancing Fool Georgette My Cradle Melody Hot Lips . Yon fan Hare Hint ' Stumbling Some Sunny Day I Wish There Was a Wireless . To Heaven S I Word Rolls Biggest sellers Imperial $1 Word Bolls on sale at Coal Black Sammy rm Jaat WBd A boat Harry I Set the Air from Pepper ' Blaee Daaeins'PeoI The Memphis Bines . Teraorrow Sweet Indiana Heme Temerrnw Hernias Georgette FEATURING FOB TOMORROW AND SATURDAY SURPRISING VALUES IN Coats at Less Than $50 Wool Scarfs $1.95 , Full size rushed wool, scarfs with fringed ends that usually sell at a dol lar more. You may choose from six pretty color' combinations. Don't let anyone tell you that a good stylish fur trimmed winter coat cannot be had for less than $50. Here Are Coats Lots of Them AT ?18 $2Zi $28! $38 Splendid assortments ready for tomorrow and Sat urday's selling including specially fortunate pur chases with styles and values rarely associated with such moderate prices. CONTINUING THE SALE OF DRESSES AT It's proving immensely popular. You, too, will agree, as scores of other women have, that these are the prettiest dresses they have seen in a long, long time at any where near there prices. SILK DRESSES CLQTH DRESSES The most popular winter styles many of them handsomely em broidered others beaded, braided and silk stitched novel orna ments, buck'els, fringes, tassles. You'll find the low priced are not the only attraction. Sweater Blouses $1.95 A sale of pretty wool slipover Sweaters that should make lively sell ing in this section. Sev eral pretty styles and weaves and almost any wanted plain shade, Skirts at $1.95 - Ml . B. Sd . Street, Davenport tur'PM Ldxvo mp l f I " ,1 I f y I i T b" X ii Cth Ave. II "I HeUne II I Wool serge skirts in nice styles with pockets and belt. Black and Navy in a good range of sizes. Also a few silk finish poplin skirts included at $1.95. Wool Middies $1.95 You can save a dollar to morrow on these pretty wool middies for school wear. Sizes from 8 years to size 40, and may be had in navy, green and red. Beaver Kats $1.95 A special value for the girls tomorrow. Fine silky nap beavers in sev eral shapes black and colors with ribbon bands and streamers. A very unusual value. (In the basement.) To tempt you to the Mil linery Section we have prepared this splendid group of hats at $1.95. Sport hats of many kinds plush sailors and trimmed hats. Smart looking serviceable hats at a bargain price. he $10 Dress Sale tI AK We're, aeld let of them bat there are k I 1 1 1 1 splendid assortments left. Sew style silk" I Mil J Ull-aad cloth dresses far above the average I Ull M In style and materiel at this price, - - X V Princess Slips $1.95 A combined camisole and petticoat of "Lignette" and - "Zepherette" cloth in black and dark shades to wear with winter silk dresses. The very low price is for two days only. Hat Sale $1.95 If yon want to try one entirely at hie risk aend hhsv year, name aad '.' Attention. Evervbodv. 2wwwmfWwVwyv V i 8eCoX',BcelBtOBea twlay.lAvWttoaiC)