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THE EVENING HERALD, AlBUaiTEItQTTE, W. M., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915.
maj. rmd fitmj Rosenwalds Daily Store News LJUUULLA Wishing You All a Happy New Year r ..' ". hi the Old fear ROSKNVAM nnoTHEHS wish to r-xtrmi to tin- Halc of Albtiriiri-tiH in tlicxe c1wi( Iiimiih of tiio old vcnr, n timj)lc, oM fiixliioiic ex H'cH ion of (I:iiUm, Hini'oto ami wlioli'-iu-iutcil. for your inifoiijro tiniinjr, llM."i. FiiinU.v nl to (lit-U-Ht of our ability Iuivp ihi-ii iiiiikiiij u "Wti" for I lull piit lounge. We lnvp xoulit to mnko thin Ktorc an inxliltition of leal wrvtro; n uwful Ntoit; h ntoic of tioiiouiv and "omul vuIihm ami Kiilixfact inn : anil into thin effort haw put every bit of energy ami every ivMoureo of ingenuity at our comuiHiitl. The resjxniw to tlii effort ditriiiK tlie past twelve uioiilliN liiis been nut li that we know we have at-liirv- ed an in porlaiit nii-iimm' of hihtcm. With every panning month iiiie we CHluliiirilifil here the largeHt retail establishment in the KinithweHterii HtaleM we have had the Natisfa lion of xeeing lliin busiueKH li-ow : but at no uliiyr of our rci okIh ami in no other year has the growth in palrouage'aud volume of buninesM In cii ho gieat, o Kiibstautial and ho xatiHfai toiy an has been our portion during l'Jl,". Theiefoie. it is with the iiiohI hinierc feeling of appreciation that we extend to you on thin New Vear'n live thaukH for your rexponse to our effort h; tlmnkH for the material evidence you have given ns that you appreciate thix Ktore ami the resource it places at your command; thanks for the busi ness accorded us during the past twelve months. We hope the old year lias been ns satisfactory for you as it has ls-cn for us and we trust that the business relations which have ltcen ho notably satisfar tory to us have been eipially no to you. , Xttc Year, Rosen wald Brothers For the Blew Year A THE NEW YEAR opea wa wish to a word to tie people of Albuquerque and New Moxico about the policy of thii Hi or; the poller that hn guide J I' T'lntinnn with the pulilU dining 1!1J and that will guide those relation during J Slid. Wo have assembled here under onr one roof some forty de p artments; each imp complete In itaelf and for it own partiru Inr lini; thoroughly stocked with reliable nterrkamllsc; a atore In itM'If. Our policy hm been to make this a real department attire, not only in rmoitt, but in the actual renlity of the arvip ft ia prepared to eend. In thii koow a bare auerredii). Ity rinse citmpurixon and tecrcili', rrilimt vbaervation of our own euiptniit we know that we hnve reauhixl lb point where thi atore will aland rompariann with the bent department sturca of the eonntry. Where the methoda of other department atnrea hnve berome atnndard or have proven effective we have not -itnted to ropy ttumc methoda. Where our own Idena and aielbwlii have aeemed moat practical we hnve aot heaitated to depart from the routine ayatrm of detmrtment atore mamizc- 1 1 ment. We have tried rnnaiatentiv and will continue to try conatantiy to make tbii atore one of the ntmont efficieney: one of cloae adnptntion to local necda and eonditiona; k atore for all the people; a atore for aerviea. Ai haa been the enae ia 1D13 ao it will be la 1010 la trading w ith Kciaenwnlil '. You w ill find ia thia atore eolid values; prlcea thnt are aa low aa any for which aound mervhundtaa can be aold anywhere in thia notion. Without anything of boaat fulneaa, and aa a aim pie atatement of fuct we may any that onr buying power ia fur birder than thnt of tho ordinary one, two or three department atore. We are able to buy at the right time, ami in volume wbtth rnablo u to aeeure un.iual prlcea. We employ the best buyera in the rountry and they a.-e nlunya in the murketa. Th ue oar atorka are alwaya complete; alwnya frenh; alwaya up to the aiinote; and alwaya available at the lowest possible rctnil prices. Wr command extennive service in our buying and are able to give you tho benefit thereof in prncticnl, siilistnntiiil savings. You will fipd in thia store courtesy, you will find fair dealing. You will find every tniatnke. of oura readily and giadly corrected. You will find thnt antisfa:'tion for every customer, no matter bow large or kow email the purchase, ia a rate te which every one connected with tbia atore must adhere. We asaert with confidence that in 1011, aa in the past, you will find thia atore a atore of aervice, a atore that will etsnd '.he test of every-dny busitiesa relatione and that contact will make your relatione with na ateadily firmer and more cordial. We wish yon all a happy Now Year and a proaperoua one. We expect In course of the year ahead to be aide to contribute to your prosperity, your comfort and your hnpplncae and we respectfully invite you to give aa the opportunity, , vvjou,'1!:! With all good wlahca, Rosenwald Brothers HOLDS STATE 15 I'l HE FOR ftfi EARLY OIL BOOM Robert J. Lunsford, Expert in Fuel Development, States in Report That Prospects Are Fine. S.inta V M , 1 .-.. .11.- Tlmi New M xi or "unlit tit Im . ih-m n Inn ."- ll I't.'lUlH" UH Mil Oil :l!ll! KIIM Ull lllll'IIIH Hi, lie. I- tile 'lll"U hiMtellil -It ii ii np'tl in Uglier. .1. I .uti! I il, i. I'IMVi'il .el'lil.t iv the M.lie lillnl ,.t -III'"' Ml I.iIIim'iiI'iI IS u MFiill'i't lf i'li lii u iiklii., Hint f"r i'ii:ht 'i ;i w.t .-ii' i ...I t il ami his u lit of okla hiMiia. in pail. Mr. l.iri 'liuil h'i. ' New Mi li o. with h'T ureal aria of l.'.'.iiaii H'liuire in:le., m m juil iii it i li-rt unali-h Min.i:i with ie i; inl In tin- trend of ile elniiiie,ii fur ml ibii-l miH, ami rhiiili) In tin- next I.I' til illti.y 1 1 f Ohperil fluni tlie ills- i iiw i'v ami ii v i'liiitnein ,,f rn r ml uinl itH le-iiMll'ee.i. "l.i'nniiiK at a map ni t'n l'mti.-il Mates it will he seen that. Ih'kii'uiik v.rh the e.iKtein In 'iU aii'l iI!hMik the trend iliimitsli New Vnrk. I'enn t 1 :i li in . Vc"t N' :l 14 1 li lit i 'Inn. Ill- '.ulia. K e. it M k , llltlliilH, Kinsas itiiii i k In h "ilia, an exle'ini.n of ile'.el'p- IIK lit s llnlll p lus I h I U K I New Me),. I' II. AlKil liel.tllltlK III the U'll'tlleril pclil, It will lie 'a tn fee tluit an ex linsiini of lii'M'liipinrnt ftiiin W)o inliii;, M'iniaiia anil t'olnr'uto v ill pu tlnoiiKli Ni w Minii'o. I.:keW!M. an ixu-jai'ii of the I'aiille rouMt lielils hiilH fair In rem it at leasi a pnitloli if the stale. Irani either or nil MllKli'H o f view, one IM led In tho mc'l iiHion thtt thi-le rhmilil he nil ami tan t. 'int. ii) in uliiindam e with in tin Imrdefs of .New Mrlir.i "Any eatendeil tieatiiieiit of this slllijeit Wulllil lie too lellllthy for II i ner nulilli utlnii. Snlfloe It la In sa ;!i,.t tho writer lias mn 1 1 e nuiiiimi f trips tiy niiiKiiinliile ihrmiKli pni' I imia of New Mexito .'oiitrig (rir oil Im Hint inns. ImriiiK tlie months ol in tuner and Nn einlier of tins eir 1 ttuvt'led iiiatl .'.li"H miles In Hie Htute Inr that putpnse. toiind ainnei i.ii' loealiltes where the stl ni'tiire wire alniftiil ideal Inr ml an I can, suit . ...in,! H.ei.iK,. whi. h HlmWH the as. mii i n ti.ti of oil. M u ll of tit" finer I ni ni. i' mils Hie. liowi'M'i. relume tiiini t ianpiii tat in:i fai'ilitis. anil lntni'-imc sums of iiiiiiiiv will he t'eiiniri'd to srry on eienive pn'i-pe. tnii ami ile. elopmeiit nuik. "linweM't. no lioi.in nl Ktealer i.on- Hi'iillell. e ( . llld tea- 11 tile neolile of Nik Melirn tliatl Ihe del einpoielil of her ml nnd Kit. lias wmilil lie m I'licup. i lenu anil i o'lieuierit fuel piped to tuKna l.'r inannl.ietin inn utnt llonlcsll, iihi a. while ml wmild uild a arent olinne i.f mi.nev annually to wliut now II ii st iu w.iv into the state 1 lie oi and aim in (iMiiIioiuh soi l Im ". lino. nan last vear; this year It will reneh II. 'uu.tHMI. Aniile Irom tile direct reau. . Ilierally liuiiilreiU of inilllonN of ilollnra have horn tuverteil in (iklutimiiM lieeaueo of the aaperiiir advniilaRes offered l.y nan. .11 of these area) national iviiiukiih, New Mt-xiei offers fortiiutluiiN na profuse as her h'.IU ami iinHiiitaiiia, that aw.ilt th tomliiK of cufiital f'.r llieir Uevelopt inenl. uinl suiue t'ay inoii, in my opin ion, the oil fluids of New Mexico will ao attract un world-wide attuntinn. and I'.wiib mil be liullt in u day. citna 111 it year, and what will really i-nnsti-I JIe uti empire In a decade, us the re sult of the opetilnis up of eomtuerelai 11 aad na .lelds in urimi pnrtinns of 'the Htu'.e.'' GOLF INSTRUCTOR IS SENT TO PENITENTIARY lUton. N. M T SI. -rriiiii!t. iif iUv l.tit it 1 111 of t'oui t ttt-ri 1 U ICrw It eu l.kiu l pi intent Mt y i iiinnicii o t lie ir st un'iu h. a tnin c thi'in was .liiiiMH Ui nl. K"U' ,!iHrru'ttir lu ro ami ut lau"ii lat Hunimt r. win f.ii'fH u term uf cililt in imuilha tVr oihti'M sriiti'iu-m wfif: II. i-t. uitaii. tiHwtnll wi'h a (U'Uli. UtUpitil, frnm ifll 1 0 Ull HV. At xatidiT aihit '. I.in cir. , from inn In nno and a hi. if ynar-i. I'lanit Tilln h, mMM ry. Ir'-m utiv t one ar.il a half yt-arc. IMPR,0VINO ROAD TO FINE LODGE DISTRICT Ili.hWi'll, X. M., Her. 31. Word linn linn reieheil here from l'lim I.oiIkc that ii force of men has heeu at work mi the improvement of the road I 1 the Inilire c.iiniiieiiiliiK nt the I'htllipa tain h. since n tnlier 1 0. t'ulvei'ls are lieinv; plaeoil whete neressaly lint relocating the rmid has elllnlnateil i.pvernl eroHnlims and re Uuied some had brailea. MANY EVIDENCES OF PROSPERITY IN TAOS Tuos, X. M , I lee. SI. There lire many pvldeneea that ll"i haa been a year of prnKpeiity In Taos, hut the moat striking; one ia the fai t that In one day of the t'hrlstnuia rmlldays the poatofnee liiiHiness exceeded the entire holidnv business of last year. BEAVEN DISTRIBUTES BEAUTIFUL CALENDARS The New Year s disti Hnttlon of cal endars In AlluiiiieriUn this year 111' lieeii unusually Ri'liernlis and ninny very nitrattive onea have found their way Into oltleea sml honiex Hume ol the niont Mttrm live ever een here are those (liven to his rriemls and eiia tomerH by John H. Hell veil, retail 1 oal dealer, Mr. Heaven secured four or five fopyriKht phoiiiiiriiiihs of Mcetier in the hli'.lier ISiicky mountain rcalmi of ( nli. rail. 1 and I t. ill. lanyoiis 11111I iiioiir.tMin areiies inude tatuons liy 1 Ail run I advert IsIiik. and these In imignl lleeiil t olnr prims (nun the eeiling Inr the. Heaven 1910 ralclinur. TRY A HERALD WANT AD. CONSTRUCTION BEGUN AT EL PORVENIR RESORT Kant l.ss Venus, N M.. Iter. 31 ('oiistrintioti and repair of new and old liiitlilliiKs nt Kl 1'nrvenir, the re sort roiently leased l.y Murttarlto Ito mrru to Kansas t ity .eopli, Hear here, has ci.inmeiieeil The new hold ers plan to build fnrty new bnnna Iowa there this year. . BROOM CORN CROP AND BEANS WILL PROVIDE MANY AUTOMOBILES ROSWELL MILITARY STUDENTS IN TOILS Itnswell. X. Mt, I lee. HI. The Kvililim News of this city is rehpiili- Bllile fir the stnly that two unlets from the stale military iiiMtitute have been uriested, chai'Ked with inlnutioii f the i lly ordluaine whii li pr.dni.it' studeiils ol eiliouU or state Institu- tiniis irmn it'teiirni Haluons. The men. Hi Is said, registered at 11 hotel under usMinied ruMiiis and mailed Ihem- MelM's of the bar priN l)i-r4es, WILL VOTE UP0NA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL IN VALENCIA COUNTY llelell, X. ,'ll , llec. 31, - A'l I'lectiiill w ill lie held January I I upon tho iiiesiniii of isxuliu $11 "im worth ol In. nils Inr the building of 11 i.iiinly lillill sell. ml in Instill t No. :', .(na niilily. The elortmu has vn ealleO ly ll;e county et nitnlxHintu rs and inl ine duly iii en. The bonds will l.e.r the dale il Janiiai'p 1... liilii. ah.i will run fi.i IWMily years, l.ut me red "Malile nl the pleasure of the dlntrlet alter ti .1 yeoiH. Tiny will dr.iw imt cent in terest, payable eeml-unnu illy. CONSTRUCTION OF NEW BUNGALOWS COMMENCED Silver t'ltv. X. M I :: I W.irk has heeu romiiieneed on the ilur.en new iiunuaiowa to lie erected heie by the lieiii i-.stnte and linprnv emetit Co. Want Train rm llltli's. S.intii Te, X ,M.. Iee. 31 A Hum her ol residents of Hororro voU'it have askej tlie state corporation com. riiisalnn to use Its ginnl nlticea to sc. rtrfe the stopping of train MS und I ut riernardo. on the Santa Ke line through that county. They also nsk that Hahatnllo be made a II a K atop. I'enplo nt Julrk, V'Hleniia rotintv, aak that passenger farea to that et tlnn be fmureil on Its actual inlleiiKe from A I b hi 1 1 1 c 1 iiie. Instead nf through IJiKtinn. W. II. Adams, who liv six miles nortti of town, says the House IMnttoer XeWH. was in r'ltturdav nnd he reports that he haa .4kireHlicd rinse In L'n.imii pound of bean thia year, wheh will net him between t."if0 and 111 hi. In ihIoh aeeral hundrd dpilais' worth ul feed eluff, and ha ul:.o ruieil Iiim H n meat, and, all In all. la ilim onh- lv Bill I! Hi th N. V, Jeter, one of the I'urry roin inanity s prvsperoita stork 1. iron 11 waa in Saturday on biiNlness, and he reports ihat he hits JU't niiirkeie.l hi. broom corn crop, wliPh lirmiKht hitu nearly fiiud, and he has plenty at leed to winter Ins 1 mini lera Mr l.u icli el' 1; eslock. GREAT INFLUX OF HOMESEEKERS FOR CAPITAN DISTRICT Cupltnn. X. M floe. M If the I111111I11 r of lllllillS received liy th. loral papers aiiLt real tiile men 1'iini,-. nny index, the number of li'inn-si ( kern w-)io will coiiih hero early in the rnni lii K yeur to make their residence i i future will lie ureal. fnltln l oliipany I lies I'apcri. Sa llta I'e, N. M lec. St. The No lan i'atlle company, with heiidiiiar. frn at I.iimbeitoa. 1 1 in Arrilm lonniy filed ui'Ui'lca of inenl ...i mi 1..11 jester day. The apita slm I.. $ 1 ."00. '"in. of which .nun is paid 111. Ktiwiirrt I'elsker of l.uiiiliei ton is the .o.Hnt.r iiKent. A rather llnllelhi lint. Santa l"e. V M., I iee. 31 The local w eather Inireau yester luy Imucd a .ntl letln on cUinutoiiiKiriiJ eiiiiilitions il.n--Irifc Xoveniber. Temperatures ranK.iiK from 14 to VI were recorded. AcruM-il Man t.els lloarinu. Vaughn, X. M, Iiec. ?.l llnrti.ir.i Muiioi. accilned of killl.1 .Iran Hanrin val here ten day ami. is to hae n heaniiK I.. das liefnre .Instil e of the I'eaoe II l. I 'lark. The killing is said to have followed u brawl 111 a salnun. fellowship (1nH llaniiels. 1. nla re. X. M Dec. SI. The Fel. lowshlp class, Jtidxe William H. I'npe'a orHiiixitiun, will hold tta annual ban quet loniorrnw evening ut the lie ar il as hotel. There ate between mty and sixty member of the class. GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO. Closed All Day Tomorrow New Year, Opening Monday, 9 a. m., With Our Great Sale cf LADIES' COATS, SUITS DRESSES, SKIRTS, FURS, Etc. For Details See Tomorrow', Evening Hernld. PRISONERS APPLY TO HAVE PAROLES GRANTED Rinla Fe, N. M iec SI. The fol lowing notice of applications for pa role has Uecii Issued by the state peni tent lury: New Mexico Plate Penitentiary. Santa Fe. lee. . To All t'otn erned: The tallowing prisoners have made application for parole. A 'lion on siiinn will bo taken nt a meeting of the hoard of penitentiary rommixalimera im January 6, 1H16: Fred Anderson. Sunta Fe rotinty; Mary I.. Ooodln, I'nlon county. JOHN II. McMAXfS. Wuperltelldellt, PAXT0"FlSGIVElf STIRRING SEND-OFF BY MEMBERS OF BAR I.as Crimes. X. M Per. 51. Tho inemlurs of the bar resident In I.as I'rucea Km i' James II. I'lixtnll, recent ly him i. il nt ) to an important post In Oiitral America, the following letter ni ln di'iuittuie from this city: ' The timlci Mitni'il members of the bur of Hnna Ana county, having learned that you are about to assume the position of diplomatic representa tive for Ihe government in Nicaragua., take this means of conveying to you their beany coiiuraliil.itl.iiis. Our asaoclatioiiK und relation with you as a member ol the bur of tin district have always been exceedingly plena nut Ymir knowlcdue of the law un I dcrp itcndemlc cnrrsln have made you u poiotlon of high atittiding in the comiiiiinlty ns a cltuen. a scho'ir and an able lawyer. We trust that your new position will be agreeable, and we tender to you onr best wishes ami hope of your success In your new field, and look forward to your return to this community. We sincerely hope I hut your new duties will not require you to relinquish your vltlxenshlp with pi" The letter was algned by Jnrtge V. I.. Medler, II. U Young, president cf the cnui.ty bur association, and ten other local attorney. Mr. l'axlon now la In Lexington. Va., his former home. Uiter he and Mis. rnxton will vlall Washington for a ghort time and In May will leave lor Central America. be given apeclal emphaala. In order to obtain some reliable figure on the cunt of production da the different typee of aoll. Another feature of the experlmelt will be to get half a doaen or more furmera over the valley to co-operate in thia work. Tliey will each plant one-fourth to one-half acre. Instruc tions will be given them aa to the method of growing augur bee la. The station agrunurnlut will visit these furmera from time to time during tho season und give them all the personal Instruction possible. Through the chemical laboratory analysis of the beeta will be made at different stages of development, and a I mi Irom the different types of aoll. In order to get aome detinue and reliubiu Information aa to the percentage of augur In the beeta at different elages of growth, and Irom tho different lypua of aoll. Aside from the larger feature of the experiment, amuller l"l will be planted on the station form nt differ ent limes, in ardor to ascertain, if pos sible, tho beat date lor planting the ed. Information on the November lieceiiiber, January, February, March. April und May plant Inn will be se cured. In the chemical laboratory Mnnlyncs will be made of tho tests ul different atugea of growth, from all of these different pluntings. At the end of the season a report or a bul letin will be prepared un the subject. This ia the uutllno uf Ihe augur beet work that the station Intends to carry out during the season of 1915. The data obtained by thu end of the season sh iuld indicate the possibilities along thia line. Tho princlpul object of th s experi ment are to ascertain Ihe beht kind of aoll for augur beets; approximately the cost ot production, the yield per acre, thu btst time of the year to plant the seed to get the best yield, and the largest perivntiiKe of augnr, and to find out the percentage of sugar In the beet at different stages uf growth and from the different times uf planting. MANY EXPERIMENTS BEING MADE IN THE " CULTURE OF BEETS ritate College. X. M. llec. It. The New Mexico inrnilltural experiment station i now plnnnlng on experiment with atigar beeta. something on tne following l.nea: First. In irder to ascei linn the best kind of soil for this plant, there will be one-haif acre i, hulled on adobe aoll. one-half acre in loam nnd one-half acre on aamiv soil. These three half-acres will he planted after the ground has been thoroughly plowed and subsoil. 'd. har rowed uinl leveled, atlj aa early as possible. Th idea in Ihe growing of the.Be half-acre plot will be to grow the beeta on a commercial acale. The cost ot the labor iu growing tam will NORMAL BASKETBALL . SQUAD IS ORGANIZED Silver City, X. M Dec. SI -T.e baekeihall squad of the normal school here now la fully organised and has sealed down to hard training. The team laet year captured the stale championship and hope to repeat the performance In the current season. Three of last year's aipiad, Irunlop. Olllett anrj Ijknharn. ate playing ugaln, end there Is every prospecr of turning out a fast and heady team. The new material la very prnmlNina. The Normal basketball aeason npe. here January 1!, when the Texas Schi.ol nf Mines team plava. On Jan uary Ihe ritate College nvr will meet the Normal here. The aecond week In Feerunry the Normal team will go for a tour, which will Include game w ith the Pt its Helm, of Mines at Hocorrn; the Htute 1'iilveisity at AI hU'ilerile, tlie Normal I'nlverslty at Fast I jib Vegas, ami the AlbuiueriUe iiuaiieae college. Iloawrll I'at'Uxrr. Koswrll, N. M Dec. II. A fac tory to make an null-dandruff medica ment Invented by a looal hur'.ir. C M. Arnold, goon will be located here READJUSTMENT OF CLASS RATES III STATE IS LIKELY Corporation Commission to Hold Many Hearings at Which Interested Persona Will Be Asked for View,. Sunt Fe, -X. 'M.. Dec. II, A gen eral readjustment or local claaa rate on Intrastate freight shipment up. peare likuly. The atuto corporation commission, through ita chaitman. M. 8. drove, announced In a letter which la renclilng officii and other today that Ihe . .jimiv. ssi.hi will hold a eerie of hearings throughout tho atate at w hich Interested person will he asked to give their vlowa. The announce ment follows: This coinnileslon now hag under conalderatlon the uucstlon uf read justment of claaa rates locally within the atate of New Mexico, and It hag been decided to arrange fur confer ence at certain point In thia atate for tho purpose of dlacusHtng the ltu. atlon with Jobber, dialer and oth er interested, in order to enable thia oommlmlun to aeeure full Informa tion In connection with the proposed ratea a affec'.lrtg certain cominunlUea and conference have accordingly been arranged aa P Hows: Hanu Fe Tuesday, Jan. II. Albiiijir.ue Wednesday, Jan. X. Kerning Thursday, Jan. 10. Silver City Friday. Jan- XI, laia Crucee -Monday, Jan. 14. La Vorue Thuraday, Jn. 17. Itaton Friday, Jan. H. Clayton Saturday. Jan. I. Tucumcarl Monday. Jan. It. t'lovla Tuewlny. reb. 1. Itoawell Wednesday, Feb. 8, and Thursday, Feb. J. Carlsbad Frldav. Feb, 4. Dates for Alamognrdo and Gallup lo be announced later. These meit'.rtg will be informal, and it la desiroua of having a large an attendance a possible. An Invita tion la therefore extended to you to be present at the nearest point at whlcli the meetln; will be held, If you are Interested and find It convenient, to attend un the date indicated. LINCOLN TEAOIEHS TO MEET IN CAPITAN rapitan, X. M.. Iiec. 11. Announce ment wae made by Mr. W L. llumm, county aupvrlntendent of achoola, while here thia week, that the County Teachers' association will nieet here late In February. Several of the leading euueatora at the atate have ben secured lo make addrceceg at thig meeting.