Newspaper Page Text
WATERBURY EVENING . DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY,, JANUARY p, 13T.
Man Dry Ms Co. Extra Specials From Our January Clearing Sale for To-night and Monday. If you have any Inclination for profitable investments read these items. You can almost double your ' money on any item in this adv. A BIO SALE OF COATS. Every Woman's Coat in stock Is now down to almost halt Its original price. The season came too late on them o do us any goo they are your i now just when you need them, for (lmost halt what we should get for .them. Bee North Window. iAT END OF SEASON'S PRICES JUST WHEN YOU NEED THEM. . k nosen Best Satin Covered Com fortables, filled with best white corded cotton, worth 3.75. This Bale .... .... $2.50 COO pair 11-4 Eiderdown Blankets, worth 12.50. This Sale .. $1.50 1 case Extra Large Heavy Crochet ed Bedspreads, worth 91.50. This Sale $1.19 .100 pieces Best Quality Outing Flannels, worth 10c. This Sale 8c ''tOO yards Plain and Fancy Dress Ginghams, worth 10c. This Sale , .... ' 7o 1,000 yards Dark Percales, worth 10c. This Sale 8e '100 pieces White Mercerised Waistlngs. worth 25c. This Sale .... ...... 3 .V 0 25 pieces 45 Inch Persian Lawn, worth 19c. This Sale.... 12 l-2o CONTINUATION OF GEEAT VAL UES QT 0UE KEN'S DE PARTMENT. Men's Black Cashmere Half Hose, fancy silk dotted and striped, tegular price 39c. This Sale.. 19a Men's Laundered Dress Shirts, In fine percales, stripes and checks, regular price 91 and 91.25. This Sale 69c Men's Kid Gloves, astrakhan backs, regular price 75c. This SaIe.39o One lot of Men's Heavy Wool Un dershirts. In natural and camel's hair, good sizes and of an extra good quality, regular price 91 to 91-25. This Sale 59c .Men's Nightshirts, In flannelette, regular price 60c. This Sale. .39c : Men's Fine Suspenders, consisting of President and other makes of high standard, regular price 60c This Sale... 29c BARGAINS IN THE BASEMENT. 14.00 Gas Portable lamp at $3.00. -Handsome Portable Lamps, com plete with fancy tubing, green shade and beaded fringe, regu lar 94. at $3.00 300 25c Decorated Plates at 10c. . Fine Thin Austrian Decorated Tea Plates, regular 26c, at 10c 89c Crystal Cake Basket at 29c Ttich Crystal Cake Basket, imita tion ot cut glass, regular 59c, at MOi'lScXong' Handle" 2 qt Dlp'per, made of extra heavy tin. at ...ffe f 100 49c Dinner Palls, made ot ex tra heavy tin, at 19c S0 93 00 Brilliant Cut Glass Bowl, deep cutting, at .... $2.35 'E0SHST FOE WOMEN AND CHIL DREN AT UNDER PRICE. (Ladles Heavy Fleece Lined Hose, plain or ribbed top. Clearing Sale.... Ho 'Ken's Woolen Hose, regular price 25c. Clearing Sale ...... 12 1.2o Children's Fine Ribbed Hose, small sizes, regular price 12 He Clear ing Sal 7e WINTER UNDERWEAR FOR WOJf. EN AND CHILDREN AT LESS THAN PRESENT MILL COST. Ladles' Heavy Fleer Lined Vests and Pants, regular price 50c. Clearing Sale 2dc Hisses' Fleece Lined Vests, regu lar price 25c. Clearing Sale.. 15e Children's Fleece Lined Vests and Pants, white and gray, clear ing Sale 12 l-2c SWEATERS AT ALMOST HALF. Lad Ire All Wool Sweaters, red. white and black, value 91.25 to 91.60. Clearing Sale ga Children's Tam O'Sbaater. value 25e and 39c. Clearing Sale .-10c TOILET ARTICLES AT SPECIAL PRICES FOR TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY. Violet Talcum Powder. Clearing Sale 5c box Large Bottle of Witch HazeL Clearing Sale .... - bottle Tooth Brushes. Clearing Sa te . . . . Ftaeffleld "s Tooth Paste. Cteariag 1 J l-2 bottle Almond Cream for the rotap'es- torn. Clearing Sale ...-gc bottle Hand Mirrors. Clearing Sale g tack riae Quality eC Hair Bnsahee. Oeartag Sale .... ......if A MOUNTAIN OF RUBBERS. Ladies Rolled Sole Rubbers ' Value 65c reduced to 47c and hundreds oi other bargains In Rub- ' - bers and Warm Lined Shoe? at our , - GREAT CLE ARENCE SALE - BERNAT H0LCZER, Standard Shoe House 199 South Main Street. Our Famous Saturday Candy. (The Original.) PURE ALWAYS- FRESH EVERY SATURDAY, DELICIOJS EVERY V piece V;' ' On Sale Saturdays, Only, 29c the lb. box Apothecaries Hall Co. A Popular ETeotEicb Season I Is our Mid-Winter Sale of Millinery, and it is the same this year. Such money saving bargains as these for to-morrow are the magnets. Felt Vnrrimmed Hate, 10c, 25c and 50c. It is not necessary to say some were formerly $2. You will quickly note the splendid values when you see them. " ;" Children's Bargains at 10 cents. Some of those Tarns as advertised last week are still here. Not many, though. A. F.COWLES, MHHNER. TEE BUCKINGHAM. Bank, Corner of Grand St. K. Dougherty AT 39c A. pair Men's Leather Work ing gloves value 50c. AT 79c A pair Men's Kid . Gloves, value $1.00. AT 15c Ladies' fancy stock Collars, value 25c AT 15c 19c Per yard, all silk face Tellings, value 25c. ' (Agents for Pictorial Review Pat terns.) - 145 South Main St OFFICE SUPPLIES. We carry every thing used in an office, and tare pre pared to give you prices that we will guarantee is away below any other dealer in the city. J.II.Dovereaiix&Co. 25 East Main St' MOT HOUSE DANDELIONS F&ESH TICKED 25c a Found They help to make good health with a good appetite. ja THE People's Market, Phone 461 SI Phoenix Ave, Duesler Bros. LOANS TO SATARTTTO EMPLOYES. You can get all the money you want on your own name without be. log obliged to get an indorser and without it becoming known to your employer or friends. Our Sates Are the Lowest In the city, so everybody come here and get your money. You are wel come whether you do business or not. Those who want to make a loan privately and desire to be t relied honorably call on the Independent Loan & Secnritj Co Boom 38. Oddfellows' BWg. Open Evgs No. 2 NUT COAL 6.25 per torts Frank Miller & Co . 11 SOUTH MAIX STREET. NOTICE. Time having elapaed. the following pledgee will be aold St private sale, if not a Ilf-d lor by TunraJay. January ; 24. V.1. ' S7H. Hened July 3K Vifc, pin. Ne 5W7. laeoed July 11. TO, ring. ; No 572. bwoed July V WN ail witch. , No r.Tlii. iMiied J.ily 21. Xl gM wati-b ; Ne ."11. trailed July 2L xohl watch Ne ST. iwoed July 21. OH, rbain. ! No 57Ci, Hraed Jnly IT. '"X watch. ' . Ne SiXt. bwiieil Jnly 9. fPi. Z Ting. Ne 7r7X isrnwd July V iH. 1 ring. tjr.tn at otbr hargaiM sa hind, com- .nd . ! 1L A. GREEN, JEWELhR and BROKER ZO BANK STREET. Chocolate Creams That You Will Like, Martha Washington Old Fash ioned Chocolate Creams, pound bos 25c Each candy Is large and well filled with the rich cream, so many like. : Wiodrnff GncerCa. C6MPUTE GB0CEM. . 99 cents for a Leg of What ? I wonder what this can mean? A Good Habit Life is a succession ot various hab its, good and bad. which have their influence in forming our character. When you have pictures framed by us it is a good habit that will bring you peace and happiness. Why not begin now. The Curtis Art Co., 135 BANK ST. rorman's 100 Ladies Trimmed Hats fromerly sold from $2.98 to S.98. To Close Out at $1.00 Each ! SO Misses Trimmed Hats, Formerly Sold from $1.98 to 2.98. To Close Out at SOc Each. wars storm eubbeks. ....... Rubber Boot Big lot of Robber Boots, too ma ay more than we ought to have, that's the reason why yoa can buy them at these reduced prices: Men's Storm King and Hip Bcota $3.50 Mea's Short Boots ....12.50 Women's and Misses' Boots. 11 to 8 $1.50 Bert Buck Storm King Boot. 1 to 8 $3.50 Youths' Sigh Storm Xing Boots. 11 to 1 $2-00 Bon' Short Boots. 1 to 5 ....$2.00 Youths' Short Boots. 11 to 13 12 $125 sad $1.50 Get a pair to-day! J. G. JACKLE 75 BANK OT.. HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS. Met Last Evening at Crosby High and. Elected Officers. - At a meeting of the Senior Debat ing club of Crosby High last evening oflicers were elected as follows: President, Edward Kllduff; vice-president, Miss Kathleen Coughlau; sec retary, M1ss Katherlne Healy: treas urer, James McKnlgut; committee ou debates, Lawrence Phlpps, John Fitzgerald, Miss Christiana Kenney and Miss A. Kane. A constitution and by-laws were adopted after which tho llebato was held. ' "Itesolved, That the United States Should Govern Cu ba," was the question. Iawrenco Phlpps and Miss Kenney argued for the affirmative, whlleVJoho Fitzgerald and Miss Helen Kenyon spoke for the negative. William 8 nder, How ard Phlpps, Miss Kane 'and Miss Bowes, who were the judges, gave the decision to the affirmative. Reci tations were delivered by Harold Caesar. Miss Katherlne Healy and Miss Kathleen Coughlan. Warning! Buy Your PAINT STOCK Early. PRICES. 1 are advancing, everyday.. The ZpzMarks Go 110-116 South Main, r THE STUDY Much of the comfort derived from reading eveninga depends on ... the light.- It should throw a soft glow over the book or paper and leave the eyes in the shadow., , " , ' This is effectually accomplished by the use of a Gas Portable. We carry a large and varied stock of portables, ranging in prices to suit all tastes. LAMPS 75c Up. TheUnilsdGas improrsctsnt Co. 88-100 SOUTH MAIN STEEET. . 65c & SONS, WATBRBURY 11 LAMP MT VETJT Fi2,'S AcJ PfcUI? Cavd's till tls sppesred la Start Crier. Philip Duval, who conducts a barsj ber shop on South Main atreet, ia a good fisherman, so much so that some claim he Is able to do more with the line and hook than any other dis ciple of Isaak Walton in this part of the country. . But that's another matter, although there is some con nection between it and what we started out to say. Mr Duval had Planned to spend a few hours on one of the reservoirs next week and as a preliminary he bought about 200 shiners and put them in a pall about half filled with water in the cellar. When he went down this morning to see how they were getting along the first thing that attracted his atten tion was a large rat sitting on the side of the pail eating one of the shiners. He drove It away , and on looking into the pall found that al most all the bait had disappeared and he immediately concluded that rajs had been Ashing in the pall all night. Some say that rats don't like fish, but you aan't make Mr Duval believe anything like that. BASKETBALL. One Game Played fat Y. M. O. A. Building Yesterday. One game of basketball was played on the Y. M. C. A. courts yesterday when the Dartmouths defeated the Yales in the Second Section league. Brown and Columbia were to have played, but Brown failed to show up. The game between-the Dartmouths and the Yales was a fast one and was only, won out In the last halt minute of play. The line-up and summary: 1 . Dartmouth. - - -Yale. Squires (c) Divers Hoadley (c) .:. Forward. Welton .... . ..." " Forward. Kyros Bruneau 1 Center. Lord ' Divers, Devlne ' Guard. - - . ' Chipman Guard. Score -Dartmouth 22, Yale 21; goals from field, Squires 5, Kyros 4, Bruneau i, Devlne Z, Welton 2, Hoadley 1; goals from fouls, Devlne 2, Hoadley 1. Referee, McPartland. Scorer, Goodyear. " Second Section Standing. ' Won. Lost.- P.C. Dartmouth ........ 7 -2 .778 Columbia 7' 2 .788 Yale ...... ....... 4 ' , 5 - .444 Niagara ,2 -6 .250 Brown . 2 7 ' .222 BOWLING. Peanuts Were Too Speedy for the Casino Five. Bridgeport, Jan 26. The Musante Bros, or the Peanuts as they are. best known, turned the tables upon the Caalno alley team of Waterbury last night, by trimming them badly, somewhat in the manner In which the Peanuts were treated In the Brass City two weeks ago. The Pea nuts took every point, the first by only two pins, though, and rubbed it into the visitors on totals by 311 pins. The totals were 2720 to 2409. The Peanuts' score is the best made in the city In- several months. Father Dudley was high with three nice strings all over 200 and totals of 611. He had to go some, for his opponent was Bostwick, who squeezed out high total of 216 and grand total ot 602, but nine pins behind Dud. Frits Musante was hitting the wood the best for the Peanut brothers. The score: Peanuts. Pete Musante,. 14S 142 285 Joe Musant, 148 148 Louis Musante, 208 174 117 Sl Frits Musant, 181 190 189 660 Dudley, 203 207 201 611 888 893 879 2720 Casino. 137 123 143 402 200 172 1S4 S26 174 139 134 447 159 154 129 433 216 189 197 602 886 777 "756 2409 Chappelle, Curley, Allen, Teller, Bostwick, OTHER GAMES LAST XIGHT. Beardsley's team 812 Itachner's team .-785 Scovill Manufacturing Co .... 884 Waterbury Manufacturing Co.. 361 Diver's team Diver, Mechanic. A. Burgess. Drachenfeld, T. Burgess, 497. 609 and 643. Hout's team Dews, Merrill. Hout, Allen, Ross, 614, 604 and 569. Jaeger's team .............. 2139 Adam s team 2107 "HANDSOME GEORGE" WIN'S. Bob Htoae, the Waterbury Chaeipkw, Loeee Game. Hartford. Jan 26. Although Man ager Eraser had a special pocket built In his waistcoat to accommodate the V. 8. paper wagered on the pool games, the pocket was not large enough to hold the sums that were pat np at Campbell's last night on the game between George Brttt ot this city and Bob 8tone. the Water bnry champion. Stone has claimed at various times to be the champion of this state and many thought he would win. But Brttt has been im proving steadily and he la now In the best of form. 8tone had a lead la the early stage of the game bat BrUt quickly overbaaled him and played more brilliantly. William Gamer dinger was enable to be present and Frank Crane was choeea to referee. Howard Buckley and Benny Badge of the eah:tute staff were oa hand. Manager Fraser saade hie first ap pearance since he wsa kaocked oat by the grip aad ae his eyes are Mill week he was oeCged to wear esaeked -Commissioner Donahue ot Bank street entertained friends from Naug stuck and New Haven yesterday. There will h a menHnr nf tti Junior Amateur league to-morrw at me roms or the Quaker Athletic Club. ' :- . 0 Rev Joseph M. Gleeson of' St rairicaa. wno uttnnciori tha rnnorti or Kev Father Gleeson ot Willman tic, has returned. Ralph N. Blakeslee will become unpopular in Brooklyn if he does not include this section of the city in the route ot his big sleigh party next year.,, . ,; .,. . . , .-. : James White of North Riverside street, who has been in East Liver pool, O., the nast week attending the funeral of a relative, returned home last evening. ... . -r. t A horse, the uroDertv of'a sew Ing machine agent, ran away on South Leonard street Thursday nieht. but was captured on Bank street be fore it had done any -damage. - . A big delegation from Brooklyn will go to the Auditorium Tuesday evening to witness the preliminary game Detween All Brooklyn and Com pany G polo teams. "Hogan" Clark is the goal tender and Lew Cronan the halfback for the military boys. Although the residents of Brook lyn would like to see William Raffer- ty named assessor, the fellows on this side say that the bookies are lay ing loo to 1 against the Brooklynlte. Some of his friends did not know he bad the slightest intention ot enter ing the race and are of the opinion that Mr Rafferty regards the matter as a Joke. : . --w -- ' Last evening the members of the Brookyn Athletic club held the last sad rites in connection with the ter rible calamity that befell the basket ball team a week ago last evening. To-morrow another five might be formed at the club rooms to have it out for the championship with the quintet that is in mourning. Some of the club members are really tak ing the defeat to heart. . If the parents of any of the scholars of the Barnard school are Indignant becauso their' children are selling tickets for a raffle for a $5 gold piece, the writer coula not find any tnis morning, although he made several inquries. The plan of raffling a )5 gold piece for the purpose ot raising money with which to furnish the school building with statuary and pictures is considered a good one by all who are interested in the welfare ot the school. The children of the various schools ot the city have for a long time been bringing money in order to beautify their rooms with works of art Principal Thomas Con don of the Barnard school has the confidence of the Brooklyn people, and his corps ot teachers is also con sidered an excellent one. As to rais ing money by the plan mentioned above, no complaints have ever been made to any of the teachers or to the principal. Does your back ache? Have you rheumatism? Axtell's kidney pills will cure you. For sale by all drug gists, price 25c. Take no other. BURNS CLUB ANNUAL. Every Available Space fa the t Hall Was Taken Up. The annual concert and1 ball by the Burns club of Waterbury la a social feature in the lite of the city that everybody waits for with pleas urable anticipation. Last evening the club celebrated its twenty-second anniversary in the City ball, and though the kilts were about the same and not a change apparent in -the faces of the wearers, and the per formers in the stage program were as familiar as a year ago, still the music of Bonnie - Scotland seemed sweeter last night. : The hall was crowded. There was not room for scores of people, though every available place was taken np. At 8 o'clock the concert program began, and ably and aweetly and en dearingly was it rendered. Each number was heartily encored and the quartets were particularly sweet and harmonious. "There Was a Lad" veritably brought down the house, but It was the "Bonnie, Bonnie Bank o' Lochlomond" that caused the audi ence to burst out with appause that was never before heard In the old City halL The singers did not re spond to the encores, but swung di rectly Into familiar "Auld Lang Syne," the final number, because it was getting late.. But the audience would have waited as long as the singers were willing to sing. There were in the audience people who hsve never missed an anni versary of the Burns club since It waa established twenty-two years ago, and when the last number was sung they retired, for their dancing days are over. Their presence, however, was the greatest compliment they could pay to the club and the splen did music. Mr Craig s dancing waa enjoyed by the audience as much as by himself. The "Sbean Trews." which brought out the orchestra, was delightful, bat "Sailors Hornpipe." danced In costume, wss the feature of his part oa the progras. For A encore he danced an Irish. Jig and the Lancashire clog, each In. cos tume. It was an evening most delightful ly spent by those who attended, and It was the 148th anniversary of the birth of Scotland's exquisite but un fortunate poet. Robert Barns. Arrangement committee, T. Baker, A. Clark. D. McKellar. D. Mackle, R. Mackle. O. Stevens. W. Kennedy. J. Wallace. A. McKay. W. Walker. F. Mitchell. A. A. Armstrong. Reception committee, D. Hunter, A. Callaa. William Lawson. Floor committee. Robert Mackle, .Misted by D. Murray. WilUam Walk er. C. Kellie. J. Callaa, R. Allaa. VmU Star Utn SM Mm.. WASHINGTON. Jan. 26L Private Secretary Leeb may be the next a President Koowvelt'a Ultimate asso ciates to leave the pabue eervlre far a corpora tioa Job. Lob is Bow consid ering offers from more than one eor- poratino. end tber ar iatlBMHooa that be will strep. He esya. awwrvrr. be weoU hk te rteaai ee the pml dent's can2detial man rill the end t" the president's tens. He reretrea 6-V OPO a year, aad his friends ttaak he Is uiyrU i:ijii;cn;;iC3scuD' Vt!c!i City fee Ccat'iiay Ct eJ A;:i;sl Cc ZtvelStls. 'The temporary Injunction which' the City Ice company obtained against Joseph and Adolphus Zwelbel, rostra lulug them from cutting ice tflT Lake wood was dissolved this morning by Judge Peek of Bristol, who heard the arguments in the matter yesler- -day afteruoou. lu view of the con ditions of the lease held by the Zwelbels. It is said ' the attorneys, Hunt and Pierce for the City Ice eom pauy, were not surprised at the de cision. Attorney Russell appears for the Zwelbels. The City. Ice company which ob- - taiued a lease from the Great isrooK Manufacturing com pit uy to cut the -Ice on tho pond, contended that ev ery drop of water was necessary in the pond and William B. Brooks, treasurer of the Great Brook Manu facturing company testified that tho concern would give any money to be , able to. double the capacity of the. pond. "For said be, "not only la every drop of water in It absolutely necessary to the four of five brass in dustries using the water, but four or five thousand families get their bread aud butter from these Industries and to have them stop for want ot water would be a serious matter, for this large number of employes." Attorney Russell wished to ascertain from Mr Brooks If he Is a stockholder In any . of the concerns referred to and Mr Brooks pleaded with the court for protection, on the grounds tbat he did not want his private affairs to get In to tbe public prints. The court al lowed the question on the grounds that it was necessary to show Mr Brooks' Interest in the matter and bis kuowledge of what he was testify Jug and then he snldMie was treas urer of the Great Brook Manufactur ing company. He had no Idea of the capacity of the pond, however, ami said It had nevea. been estimated or measured. He said tbat tbe - state surveyor has been Interviewed with regard to raising the dam and maps of survey of streams aud land be yond the upper pond have been made at great expense as It Is proposed to Increasethe capacity of the pond if possible. As Mr Brooks was about to leae tbe stand h turned to the court aud said that this Is a serious matter in volving tbe livelihood ot four or five thousands ot people, but tbe court cut bim short saying that tbg attor neys would make the arguments. " Adolphus Zwelbel then testllU-d tbat bo bad fourteen men cutting ice on the pond when the papers in the injunction were served upon him and be Immediately stopped work, leav ing tbe cut ice in the water. He ua-l hutlt a Inrea Ice house and evidently will sell Ice this summer. As o tlw decision on tbe injunction, it is likely tbat the City Ice company will take the matter to the superior court, - THE F0UCE COURT Lyons Committed to Brookiide Soma , to Straighten Oat Michael Lyons, a member of the coast artillery, stationed at Fort Mc- Klnley. Portland, Ore,' was before tbe city cpttrt. Judge Cowell presiding. this morning. He was charged with Intoxication and waa found by Offi cer 8. McCarthy sleeping on the steps of the Salvation Army shelter yester day noon. It wss stated that he came to town three weeks ago on a fur lough and had with him about 1600. Last night when searched at the sta tion house he had about 330. He looked considerably done up this morning. He waa ail a tremor with the effects of liquor and was taken twice in the station with fits. He said hla furlough expires next Wednesday and until then he waa committed to Brookside to straighten up. Thomas Leary, who was detained ' yesterday on suspicion, ws let go last evening. William Scott, alias William Mil ter. was picked up by some boys out sleigh driving last night. Scott wss asleep, drunk, la the highway, and In danger of being run over by teannf. The police had been looking for him singe last April when he failed to re port . on probation. The sentence then was revoked to-day and an ad dltional fine of $5 and costs wss lm posed. Benjamin Noether was chargsd with stealing manufactured goods. teleMoplc drinking cups, from the Scovill Manufacturing Co. and An gelo Nigra waa charged with receiv ing stolen goods. Both cases went over, to Monday. The value of the cups is 60 cents each. Martin Tleraey was fined 85 aad coats for Intoxication. XiIUmI l al vanity Tf IrvlaaS. DUBLIN, Jan. 21. Replying at Dub lin castle to deputation, repreeentlng Presbyterian and Catholic Interests. Jamea Bryce. the newly appointed am- ' baaaador of Great Britain to tbe Unit ed States, outlined tbe intention of tbe government to create a national uni versity for Ireland. He said tb. gov ernment bad derided to create a aew college In Dublla entirely free frees any theoiogk-el teet Mrxtraa Tr Defeat Taaal lalaa. EL PASO. Tex, Jan. 24-1 a a battle betweea Mexican troop, aad Taqnl In dians la Ponora, Mexko. oa the Taqnl river on Wednesday tbe Mexicans de feated tbe Taqnls after a hard fight, la which heavy Iomps were Inflicted ea tbe Indians. The Mexicans suffered severely, losing twenty-five killed. With- tbe Yaqnl Indian, were two white men. said to be criminal refugees frees tbe United Ktatea. Mm, Hiimi Mlcalaa BWt. OLEAN. N. T, Jaa. 2&-Dr. Et bard said after a rail ea ox-Governor- Hi infos ffcat tb patient bad lost a tittle grosmd, TeHerday Mr. Hlgflaa a"uit t be gaining asd waa do4ng o ea half the stlmetanrs required np te Iweaty-foor boar before. Early ia tbe BMraiagt however, ate conditio tec a sodden cbaaee for the Try a Cczrrrt c:;